Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00176

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i i nigar Growers Meeting Called I I If

;f DRAINAGE MEN Get County Examination School Kids : Officials Of Tropical Sugars Will

DISCUSS MOORE and Thorough necessarv physical immunizations examination against I Meet Cane Men Saturday At

oannunnable diseases were given
HAVEN PROBLEMS 10 141 Glades County school children
during the Florida State Boardof 10 A. M. At Court House

0 i' Health special school health ]

Th.hai!, Drainap.Di*rkt program recently concluded here I I ; I r -
held a meeting at the court house I and tn other Florida counties I,
Ed Frierson Returns; Public To Hear Plans
In Moore Haven The program. one of the most' HEAVY RAINS COVER

at which it was Wedaesdanilht'j i ambitious undertakings ever spon-I'I'i From Hospital For For Cane Men And

hibit femoral of 'sored b> the State Health Department -

levee for the purpose repairing I I was termed "a success beyond Meeting HereJ I, ENTIRE LAKE SECTION ;i! RFC Restrictions

roads, or for other purposes lest the anticipation by Dr. Sowder and I
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levee be impaired for future pro I! others cunnwted with the project I
{ E. Frierson who was strickenseriously : Sugar cane growers and proepec-
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tecUon against kick water. A task\ lashed
iJmmtr ItiT:11
: I ill Sunday night and sentto :i I tire growers have rre.lTed.ke
After CMMMersbie disensaion, it take Otetnobee. and
the hospital at Arcadia for treatment drning sport |j that a meeting win be heW in Moore
was Agreed that the removal of.. WATER SPOUTS ADD commercial fishermen ashore, late
i on the orders of Dr. Draughn I Haven court house Saturday ..rn-
II earth should but the rule! I Saturday afternoon
cease Winds with a
t I- returned to Moore Haven Thursdaynight ing at It a. m.. with Hugh Breck-
Roes not bar the **e of earth from i velOCity' estimated at as high as (0
in order to be present at the tnbridge. representing Tropical
the levee to MUd the: TO LOCAL miles hoar almost force
grade an
or on THREAT conference with sugar officials Saturday gale Sugars Inc, and local representatives -
land ride of the levee itcelf Several morning and heavy rains were reported In of the, proposed sugar mill
I residents with property bordering j some sections of the vicinity
Mr Frierson, who has been here, _
I OB the levee have in the past graded ; WATER SITUATION very Along Route Sf, east of Clewis-
active in the past la the sugar interests At the meeting, which is open to
I and landscaped. their side of the loB, several large palm trees were
in Moore Haven Mid he had the public, plans will be laid forth
levee, using dirt from the top of I Mown down across the highway
waited too long for this meeting to of In the
During the put week, several growing sugar cane
the levee for tab purpose This i Although rains were heavy in that
been observed in miss it aow Moore Haven area for the new mill.
i water spouts have
practice will net be prohibited. but I are, little flood damage was reported -
owing to aMther practice of using ,' Lake Okeechobee in the vicinity of At the hospital it was discoveredthat and at the same time according to
Moore Haves. Three such spout Mr. Frlersoa was Mffertag a )Ir. Brcckinbridge8 letter to J. E.
dirt from this aonrce to repair 'I In Moore Haven. rain stalls of
nearby road, the din removal for were seen from the city airport in kidney ailment but he refuted to' great intensity accompanied the" Frierson restrictions laid down by
other purposes was teamed I Clewtotoa, and appeared to be beaded remain at the hospital during the wind. described by ORe observer as the RFC will be explained. The recent -
I directly for the city of Moore Saturday morning meeting grant of a lean of I$**>*. by
Drainage, city tad county officials "like a baby hurricane" This, the I
t Haven L. H. Bright, manager of -- '! the RFC was announced some timei
also dioeaesed flood control In thte observer stated was because the
the Clew 1st on airport, said he saw I i ago. and the restrictions are really
i area A report of a meeting earlier wind blew strongly "from one direction I
: IB the day at the locks with U. S. two very large "twisters forming NEW PATROLMAN TO for a short time, and then S I'! clauses in the contract setting the
i limitations of how the Is to
n'arb mosey
Engineers was made for those not in the lake with a third turned around and blew from the
1 I be used to construction of tae ..a311j
which never completed its ffrma'tion. "
present R. D. Lyons admitted at opposite direction for Jut about the
i this time Ite.ner. was ao dteconraced Bright said this morning that !TAKE OVER HERE ON .| same length of time" tat j Moore Haves

i in hU life" a* after the the two full spouts appeared tn I Residential section ot Moore 1!! Preliminary work of ise lag the
be heading directly toward Moore j I invitations and calling the meeting
earlier when '
meeting, local men I
Haven suffered greatest, with pam
r made every effort to suggest to theengineers Haven and that planes wen held THE FIRST OF JULY of the section under so much watfl'foUo..tng I ti have already been taken care of,

i i ways and means of removing in readiness to take off for the I the storm List boats were' but both local officials connectedwith

the flood menace only to he lake city in cane the twister continued pressed into service to carry residents the enterprise aad Mr. Breck-

stalemated at every torn by the fact in that direction John Wesley Collier. 2J. recentlyof from their homes to the higher -1 mbridge urge that the genera pb

1 that the eaaeers were intent apt After shoat twenty ..!a1l1M, Fort Myers. bat originally from land. Dank walks were butrigidly -' He be informed that they are wet-

t ea matetaia&f the proton} method Bright said' one *t'the water MiMrtid4sT DeLand, will take over Ms -dtitfes ; I thrown up tn front of som Jc atttad.titsmeettagBreekipbridge

f' of d ceewifging"water) from Late: < >ened, nod tfrei 'seotrb ow as State Highway patrolman lathe homes in order that the occupants U fandUaar 'with the

Okt cboee. .. changed Its tree to rates Moor Clewlston-Moore Haven area July (Continued on Page 8) local situation to a certain extent,

At ke dralaag Meet, it was decided Haven eBtireiy 1. Replacing Officer A. W. Miller, having visited Moore Haven several
-- to clear eertata dft1aace ditches -" Fishermen on the lake nearby who will be transferred to Wan-I times la the past few months while

es and near the city. letting the reported seeing the spoats and one chula Collier has had considerable l\1echanicall\lonster I' preliminary negotiations were being

J adjacent property owner nay the i I commercial -fisherman was forcedto experience in his t.Follo..irag Amazes Moore HavenThe made to bring the mill to Moore
and take off in order .
damp his sits H9TMIMoore_. .
i Continued on Pale S) his graduation from I u
to out of the course of one
get r
DeLand High Schos Center Joined
t Mrs. Zelma Griffith of them the ('. S. Navy a fe wdays after people of Moore Haven rul- Haven Youth *
While water spouts travel slowly, bed their eves Tuesday morning at ,
Pearl Harbor Jacksonville, cad
at about else or ten mist the strange spectacle which greeted :
f Joins Kappa Delta usually trained at Norfolk. Va, leaving boot Catches Big Tarpon
1 an how, the vertex snood has bees camp to join the North Atlantic Patrol their gane. and took a second look I I II :
Pi At SouthernThirteen estimated as at as Mem M foal Then they leathered in a grouparound : -
He saw action n the North
I i have bean observed lathe i
hundred mile an hour strange monster parked Tarpon '
i It In seldom that scab forma African campaign at Algiers with at the curb to downtown Moore Haven river during the past few daysat

t member ':>f the Florida: tions which are believed by aviators eight months of score duty at still expressing disbelief at Moore Haven and Ortoaa Locks.

t' Southern College Summer: Schoolstudent and weather observers to be. Casablanca Later he shifted to the what they saw. I! bat it remained for 17-,....-... Ira
body have been initiated I vicinity South Pacific includteg the Marshal Collier of Lakeport to actually
I caused by thunderstorms in the "I wonttat believe It If I saw It;i
into the flortda Southern Coneschapter t Islands Saipaa Leyte sad Luzon .
catch oaeCoitter
However.same ;
x ore.
come remarked one,
of Kappa Delta PI. profeesioaal ;C Be... awarded the American with my ova eye*
t "I years ago one sack rater .' observer There it is. cad I ..un'I caught the fish near the
tutor society in ednc Theatre. North African. Astcntic -
spout did come: ashore at Moon t don't believe ft." Ortoaa lock Saturday: morning and
( ; Hon, It wu announced today sad doing Pacific and South Pacific rib- I who watched tae battle:
Haven uprooting trees "It' was perhaps the strangest observers
I 1 s Inducted into society memberahi t' considerable damage to Severn!I l boas t i contraption ever to visit the city, nl i from the nearby. lock said that
ware Wn. X_.lm_* Griffith__.__ _. Uaflrt I u. d' ..
u n i ed boa Die ischarge : it
roots u the cny. I I '" rice v an era mechanical monster mad in the there were times when appeared i
Haven; Mrs Aliened. Bates Miss According to )fro Bright, it Is believed -i on Jan 3. IMC at Jacksonville : UkvMM of a huge elephant bat the'! that the fish had caught the young I

l: Lola Frees Miner, both of Tam possible to break up a water-I and Joined the highway imitation went further than any,] man rather than vice versa i!
;I pa: Mrs Lois Greene Shields, FontMeade patrol a month later at Paaami :
snout by flring a rifle .. real elephant in jungle zoo or I Collier battled the fish to a grim
Mr*. Ernestine WiiMeas.i at its narrowest point, whore apperand : City His first assignment WM ii I circus Besides being able to; finish in a fight that lasted' ever an :

Terra Cesa; Thomas M. joaaa, Arcadia lower funnels coataei. Coastwise Orlando and: later he served iiTnvarea I I''I swing its head from side to sidewalk !! hoar and when weighed, K proved I

; :. : MM Laura HartatteM: Joaaon steamers at one time carried Lake County; Bartow it wag Its tail and wiggle its l, to be leg pounds one of the largest :

I Gareaer. Mrs Magioaleae R.I a small gun mounted on the bow Polk County, prior to his moat recent I ears this elephant could roar. hoot. caught in the river in some tome I
Espy, Jacaseavtlle; Mrs Maret the assignment in Fort Myers
for the purpose of breaking up (Continued on Page IiI past !
Jones. KiMlmmct; Mrs. Grace Kwtrel > freak marine tornadoes, in the earlY I i I
Irby Laurel. Mississippi; and I. I
dave but now with faster boats. No Action ReportedOn
Mr Veda Powell! Cotter. McRae I
apabir <>' J
Georgia It..., 1 r., : : t.- "8.d Net Injunction Emergency Meeting I

iTs S. Engineers Outline ..iM although Friday an afternoon injunction against was filed Joe 1 Called For Tuesday

i.nffin i of Ctewteton aad Ad Beckof
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Moore Haven to restrain them In a staterr".: 'hi-: r( \i"'p..r from ousdp &fftt< tea. Just how
Future Flood Control tnm handling fish caught ta Lake
: ; this morninf ("i'> Md.idger Mark 'o help oursw-hes is the big problem -

: Okeohobee no action has been! Greene stated tb..n mergencv and by a rousing old-fashioned

and I reported a* vet in either ease. meeting will be r ailed to be held In. round table discussion we hope to
A group from iuti (rl' 'di-r dr..naJt' men
I The injunctions were nerved: the City Hall Tuesday evening; settle this problem in a democratic
Moore Have and I'. s. Eagiaeora cit\ and tounti officiais were preeent -,
after the Olades Coaatv
shortly \auni
I I at 8 o'clock Mayor Fraak manner
met ia Mum Bavea Wedaoaaay akVernooa
Democrat went to press Friday afternoon and Manager Greene said the meet-! "The only way we can hope to
D. saM that the situation -
rettof tartb R. Lyons
to dJarass flood in the Moore Hares area to desperate .. I' having been Wad by the I lag is for the purpose of laying! please everybody, ii to get everybody .

ely, following Saturday a.M1 i with the financial IDS 4ae to Freak Water Fish and GuM Commisutoa definite plans for future flood control together, aad find oat what

flood the UEattmots \ the flood undertermsaed. tat Ilkoly against the two dealers. In the dt). Every property they want done. There are certala
H A. Scott. represeattac
>. from Jacksonville! to reach Into thousand ot dollars Mr Beet was not available for owner qualified voter and citizen I to be conflicting views expressedat
comment te the matter but )lr. of the community Is requested to be the meeting Tuesday night but

came to order Moore from Haven Senator to investigate Saessard : The present control of ta* Ca- Griffin said bed "be darned and present at this meeting. I I believe that differences of opiates

by L. an Honest Representative DwightL ; i, loosahatvhee caaal is the greatest I offered ao farther statement in the According to Manager Greene can be ironed out by discussion
and in matter several questions are expected to be and a definite coarse of action decided
Hoyors sad Senator Claude Pepper handicap to the agricultural
da.trialelep..t of this valley," It Is presumed that the Injunctions definitely settled at this meeting. upon'Tbe .
He said the engineers I
not cat off discharge of water f'OUd\\ said Mr. Lyoa. "We are expecting are part of a program which I Among them will be a future course meeting will be open to the

Lake Okeecfcoeee Lake without en- new industrial endeavor withina the stopping of two fish delivery of drainage for the city, to provide public for the ..rpose.of expres-

da* ertng properties elsewhere on I; short time. I seriously doubt it I tracks recently at cities north ot for such aa emergency aa the one sloe definite,,coarse constructive to be takes Mesa by as

if there Is here. These two trucks were halted Jest past. to Ua.htve
the lake and the hazard of a more{I can be a complete success
periods coavdMion in event of a hur- no more cooperation from the engtaeers -) and the drivers made to- post bond.Mr ",u the matter cow stands the**tare :the efcy to'prelect: K' agtart Left.
in the matter ot water control -. Griffin stated in regard to this many suggestion for u. ( $ tseb:tea'nil i 4 sae s
rieaae effort to mediate coarse of aedoa".ui4 Jar.j I spese.Icbe \, :.....
orderat than In the past. that It was probably an
the to
coat called meeting -
Moore Haven lock immediatelyafter I Lyons eeettaued, "I propose a Intimidate the driven of all delivery Greene "About the only total,oj; ass eit 1 tMiIs \III;
aa Inspection trip through greater degree el local control ad- tracks handling fish. which all are ,agreed f to' tae. |a *. la.iilde < led'EaL
the Tentative plans -announced that the people oC Moore ;
the canal from Mears Haven so Ortoaa Jastahte to sack emergencies as were ; .
Tklrty-twe representatives o(i present I suggest a change in tlat- for a meeting to Okeethetee of the mast do something to help -. :;- .

vicinity agriculture businesses and: (vettnued en Page 8) commercial fishermen of'the-region.. selves before -they;eaafesgseeti i I

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More in West ,*+ .::. ASK ME 7 A with offering i
Sugar Rationing Ends in Nation; quiz answers J
Since the end of the war, the national
unemployment picture ha fAN 0 HER information on various subjects

U, S. Denounces Hungary Grab; undergone a remarkable geographic 1
shift which finds the highest per. hAhM1hM1M1M1M1hhM1he- co-

l Record 1947 Wheat Crop /Is Seen western centage states of jobless, a recent worked survey in has the 1. \\":-a: %: ..:, .. ', ,; 1.1 t:1e.ost ;I The Answers
I in a s.ngie :::j:, :
disclosed. 1. Gene They, who received
EelnMd by Wtttern r:-c crcz i:_)a I 2. For \\hat OL:er country does
.. I Although the problem of unemp'oved ;11800,000 as his share of the receipts -
i 4aanoa'e KOTKi Wat* ( I sr. i te l tm tt cdnia U y ar* U -* fWnUra USA. stand besides the United
\ lewsppr lalaaa atwt a.drta =* .* :ttaaiUi .! tal .tmi trThis workers is not as serious from his second: match withDempsey
; I in the West as it was before the :States of America I I .

.. '.f' war their numbers are gradually ; 3. Who sold drugs before there 2. The UniOD of Sooth Africa.

increasing, according to a department ftre c I 3. The grocers.

of labor analysis of coadxtioBS.In I 4. Do bees like saccharine? !. No, it iI testier to bees.

1940 the heaviest unemployment a. How many people in India 90 I 5. About at/ MM or over 80
in relation to the labor force barefoot
s I per cent of the population.
was in the North. Now it is in feWest $. How long did the governzneatat 6. From 1781 to int. The new
The South is in the same the United States contiaoe fuss I Constitution went rate effect inter
relative position as before the war. the Articles of Confederation ; 1789

Increasing unemployment in the 7. Does the earth reflect light : 7. Yes but its reflected light is

West is attributed mainly to tIN is the moon does 7 times stronger then moonshine.

tremendous migration of war workers ,
to Pacific coast factories and
!.*" ..rards Most of the migrant NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS

stayed after V-J Day layoffs began I

.a and subsequent expansion d
Star Medallion
peacetime industry has not beesr Heirloom Crochet

:';ld enough to absorb all thosev t .
proved viMMl sib
patter*- cast
: a were laid off, together with the ... 'rrarts and pLQOR. .... cemp'<..eus
Waning veterans. mafev: needlewKk ea.sJ'
:- 'o an onnmaltMarge demand a1OOdittoDK.
SUPPORT -: C' SuSI more UlHC ISrf
: .
in fiffizt< orders far a few of Uepukr
bevy of school children are Inhabitants of a Jewish detention .
: :>' pattern rmabor.twiu
tamp on the island of ('nm1.here they hate been detoured to await I: From Canada iV -: yasr order to:

admittance: to Palestine under British quota. It is their first experience I In a speech before the Canadian

in school: most of them having spent the first years of their parliament in Ottawa President i ?'t6 circle ; -'T.
;* W ftutehjh
lives In Nail concentration camps. j
Truman called for Canadian
support E-c:;)M. sets for petted
of the "Truman doctrine" an dt

IT'S OVER : WHEAT CROP: received, In a thunderous ovation $ =';:-.
the promise that the nation wouldgo
Inconceivable -- a .\:dGas:-
Sugar Is Back along with American foreign L --r..JJ. .a
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28. "Almost inconceivable" is the policy .. .' ,- ". '..J"' '
time since April .
For the first .. .:.. ,; &;.
The President's a 'i" I...
have described the address appearedto .
142 Americans and esp.ciDYlotsewivea way men t. - .. .
could go shopping within prospective size of the 1947 wheat be another effort on his part tc ,: .. .,.: ''': ". ..

ration coupons as the govern- crop in the United States weld the nations of North America !....' .:.w". :.'. ".;. P on Stomach
the rationing According to a government forecast into a hemispheric fortress of good .. If. j .4 discs/S ri.tac ar chitin.If ar..r baDtwb.a.ea.t.n..a.
r at called a halt to --I' #S ti. .-wel+ rsukt .
of June I total wheat neighborliness and cooperation. ..... .1 '. ''.;:. .o' .. .
if sugar for households, restaurants as a crop --. ,; ....- .t sr..r.. era w.a..rbswKea. .
") .. = .. .j m e..aa+reir
tad hotels of 1.409,800.000 bushels is indicatedthis Pledging continued American efforts .. ={.: ...... ... ...... : ,jayr.xrs.f-ors.. M iuaIItw.: b.aaaa.lefq..eaet sit._is a.4w.1w I. a
Secretary of Agriculture Clinton year, the largest on record. to protect weaker nations from r 1!'O. d..iiM foot...-tM*M -Acs ef 80IcW
Anderson announced the move, ex- That compares with the 1,153,713.000 outside force )(1'. Truman promised Pattern No '7104E ......a&... __

eUmicg that It was made possible bushels harvested last year, which that the United States also -- -- ---

y the appearance of larger sup- was an unprece&nted high up to would continue to assist in world \'E1\ a btb ire.er \\ ..;.: find tbs

pttts of sugar than previously had that time. recovery. medallion easy crochet
been thought available. The forecast showed the winter "We count Canada in the forefront Joined, the medallions form a
well wheat prospect to be tONOn,08O of those who chare these objectives lovely pattern for large or small .....wiwi. .:::=:
Price controls on sugar as m - -
is rationing of the product for industrial bushels and 316,822,000 bushels for and ideals," be asserted. .essories. fA. :... -. .:..-.:--
wheatUnequalled that idea Prime Minister ;
use will continue, ho-enr. spring W.; ; EAGLE BRAND
winter wheat crops W. L. Mackenzie King said that A new star--& rKdaFujr that teases y::
AD sugar controls are scheduled to in heirloom of jour crociet Pattern Driiifctof W. .
are in sight for all of the great Canada and the United States would .
xpire*October 31 unless congress l rat has direc'rans, aUtch. Pnc of fa'cca 11 iMtwAtx ttfrum i irwcv-5151!
iktstes otherwise plains area, as well as Texas, Okla- continue their wartime cooperationin r JO cents
homa, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. i the interests of maintaining
Three reasons which acted to
Although the cold, wet spring we:3: Face.
ring about an end to sugar rationing -
delayed growth and development of

were the crop in all but the Pacific coast Vdvocates Training (t PA.POINTS THE
Allotment by the International states, losses from wet weather ,

Emergency food council have been slight so far. r

to the United States of 350,000 At the same time, however. the i ,
tons of SB gar from Cuba in ad- unseasonable spring weather was ; WAY-

dition to that which was allotted responsible for a reduced acreage '_

earlier in the year. of oat, the government report said. I 1r .

2. Presence of still more surplus A crop of only 1,24-1,333.000 bushelsis TO MORE SMOKING PLEASURE
sugar in Cuba, which will seen this year as compared wits:
help cut down demands from the 09,817,000 bushels harvestedlast

ether parts of the world. .....
year.LITTLE Prince Albert is choice, rich-tasting tobacco
3. About 209,004 tons of Java-
**v JUJU now will be e&ered: CHAT: M I specially treated to Insure against tongue bite.

to world users With .n olotol'I I ftt P.A. Is the world's largest-selling tobacco.

Secretary Anderson said that he :
'did not dare" end rationing until United States diplomats might *

la leaned of the extra sugar nn be able to got a word in edgew-sa: '

with Vyacheslav M. Molotov hari PRINCE ALBERT
boiled Soviet foreign minister. 1 t._,tone _
HARSH WORDS: Of the "common men," M E SMOKES MHO AND

Schroeder of Oelwein, Iowa, did so I
Note: to RHJM simply by calling him long c.* TASTY,' PA IS REAL i

tans at the Kremlin in Moscow I i 0
The United States has accused ,' '1 TONGUeEASYSA10KlNG i
.; ., .
in convivial moot
Russia of using threats and cow- Feeling a "

else to instigate the recent Communist Schneder, a fireman for the C";. Dr Karl T Compton, chairman
coop d'etat. Hungary sago Great Western railroad decided of commission on universal military COMFORT/
make the call at 2 o'clock
A strongly worded note to the to one training, told congress that
Soviet union charged the Soviet morning after coming in from his i'I plan for UMT was .'conceived: as e

Bommanto in Hungary with violating run. I a means of safeguarding libertyand

tents of the Yalta agreement After,.a-i.1.explaining to a battery of I not as a means of preparing
mono r taw Kremlin that
which guaranteed that liberated canons -I V for war."
would relate their so\er- he Just wanted to be ti Tttac Albert it nry peps

etcnty sociable, Schroeder MONGOLIANS : tobacco, says George
Implicit but not specifically finally got Molotov on Spnagtc "P A. fi-n. m.

stated te the note was a warning the wire and suggested Russia Blamed t.3 S } e Tick-tatting, frafract
r that the United States will call for that they talk about f, WDOb bach ta MIy OQ
United Nations investigation of raf0"di:: He said Mono Russia had another black mark my tocco For rU track
a the circumstances under v:..vHungary's : \' sounded like he scored against her when the Chinese t *' lag joy, there i* ao ether
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government formally blamedthe r totaaoco tibP.A.
aouid if he ,
democratic hang up
: 'as
I Soviet union for the invasion of
had advanced
oerthown and Communist rue: i-- I politic C' '
_..-... -- -- v.,. tvar>d aSatts as a Smkiang province by Outer Mongolian t a i..rr t..w. w ...a..d r7'

Main proposal embodied m tr.e. Molotov conversational topic. trOOpS.
protest was that the United States Said Schroeder- got By the time the forces from Out-

Brent Britain and Russia make a ia good plug for Iowa's tall corn. er Mongolia which is under Rus- CR1MPCUTPRINCE

.joint Bupeatigataon of the political He talked to me about three minutes sian domination, had captured the ALBERT
H CT* TM te Hungary Russia prevutusly and then tamed me over to a secretary city of Ptttaiahan 200 mites insIde
rejected two earlier American in his office Two or three sec- the Chinese border. China's foreign ROLLS UP FAST INTO

requests for such a probe retaries horned fat then. Everybody office bad decided that the conflict FULL-PACKED SMOKES
seemed very friendly and was more than an ordinary frontier
The U. S. position is that Hungarian -
happy to talk-' incident THAT ARE A1'J: >AND
Premier Xagy was forced
Foreign office sources said the invasion -
ate nile and was compelled to re- UP AGAIN: had political rather than RICH TASTING! t
order to make for the
lip way
military aimed at giving -
OsaaBawust; seizure of power. Hungarian Meal Prices a pro-Russian special commissioner -

;: by ConuTHHusts the Soviets were te this fatty move supported ,- Rapid, and ta some cases unexplained m Smlnimg complete con-

fee American note claimed. advances m the retailprices trol of the province.
of meat have been reported Protesting to Moscow China de-

PUSHBUTTON: from many sections of the country manded immediate evacuation: of ""I'ben'a plenty ol
Some of the offered for from the enjoymot
reasons : Mongolian troops province ia
a AIbctdeu.tt.
Look, .Vo Hands the price Jumps were: Seasonal in- and a guarantee against similar .." says PatG'Nem'Gimp

Pushbutton automatic flight, a fluences, higher feed costs heavy incidents in the fatare. cut P.A. r
field in aviation was ushered foreign purchases. In a cumber cf holds ia the paper for e
sew instances, however, packers admitted : PARASITES: faster rolling gain shap- '
when spotless four-eng-.ne army
!tn a
that they were puzzled over thesharp jag. aid r'Kberuttlar"makia'
landed at
transport plane increase in retail prices. \etc Wrinkle ....a
2.000miletnp )
Ohio after a s
from Long Beach Calif., dun Stak.hlcl1 soli for 70 to 83 Parasite" fighter planes, escortsto g;(tYd/
be freighted: to battle aboard the
which no member of the crew cents a pound six months ago was
tag touched the controls being listed as high as $1:3 si B-38 superbombers of the army air

It was the longest flight of its kindto Scractoo.: Pa, and a dollar in New forces and then released to fight on FOR PIPES OR PAPERSPRINCEALBERT
be completed wholly by means York. In Chicago: retail meat prices their own. are being considered by I

cf the pushbutton aatanttic system experienced a general increase of AAP engineers. '
not to 2M cocfasei with drone 13 cents or more on popular and Reason for the "pirairte*" Is that
remote control is ght scarce cuts b mid-June. the 193 B-33 planes now coder construction -
planes In the automatic flight set-up, aa There was one bright prediction. ::: at Fort Worth Tex. have
data wasted elec- however: When the manta: beef such a tremendous range that: no
necessary tota flight a master control: panel run begins, prices are expected to fighter plan could accompany I THI NATIONAL JOT IMOUc
r trcn: within the plea ttseS'. drop as much as Z3 p.r cent them on a compute Jonrsty. I tar r Pitta an.ra-sre sd.de Rate

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Fliers Are Main Cog : the When sheriff the coming delinquent with tenant the eVICtion saw-

papers he locked himself in-

I In Marine Corps Air Reserve : side the tile house officer's and snmroeas.refused t*The answer

IT':NT Features : sheriff slipped the papers under

the doer, whereupon the tenant
r w We 'k-end fliers." they're generally dubbed, but these Leath- :
beDowafJem the fireplace
picked up -
neck volunteers play an integral role in the marine corps aviate
and Mew the paper. out fawn
n reserve program. The marine air reserve again is ready to i under the door.

resume its peacetime mission corps officials emphasize in reI
its first of activities which ends 1. The sheriff again slipped the papers
p I irting on year on July :
under the and
As the initial step in launching the organized resrrpro door again
the tenant blew them out.
b.-2 months ago. :20 Leather- -
Pocketing the document, the of-
fighting squadrons composed
-.k-end fliers were activated ;" ficer turned to his deputy and

S ': then: a total of 24 fight:g G said, "Come on. let's take this

.r ,ns have been formed. vJfnAvWl back to the landlord. I wouldn't
pay rent either if I had to live in
1..ated: by the principle that "
old house.
such a drafty
._ reserve is the force needed in

>..1 rr.ergency, no effort is spared to ;
if the reserve a combat-ready IATION NOfES

.....: according to Brig. Gen. C. F. AIRPORT CHATTER CLASSIFIED

ANCIENT1LLAGES PRESERVED Fascinating cu, Scr.ilt: : commander of the marine .
Participating ji observance of
built by Indians centuries ago in inaccessible caves perched bifh in air reserve training command. National Air Week South Dakota DEPARTMENTHOME
canyon walls are preserved in Mesa Verde National park. The cliff
: "Every flight has been conducted Flying Farmers win make a statewide -
cities of which Cliff Palace above) is typical are noted for their i
to further the pilot'smilitary aerial 100 FTRMSHIXCS 1: APPLI.!.
size and excellence of building techniques. pilgrimage over _
: General
proficiency, towns this weekend. CoL Joe Fossof Sewing \Iaclililes-Singer Rebuilt -
Schilt insists. Training for en-
HOT ONLY SCENERY Sioux Falls, national guard air
listed men commenced with the Portables, $69.93; Consoles
r 0 first drill and has been squadron leader and former marineace
period 58i.SO Treadles $54.50
; ;
will lead the air cruise of at
organized on every level .f skill ,
Rain Forests Cliff Cities least 50 terms. Parts and supplies lot an mac".
from basic training to aircraft planes. With Clyde Ice Mtort. counts butim hoU tlactntBU.

engineering, he adds. I the state's pioneer aviator, in Write for caUlof. r

charge, service has SKEI.TON SEWING MACHINE room
a new flying
Show Diversity of Parks Fcr ihe.r ar.nua: t..;:-,r..er rr.aneuvers < N. Mate St.. Dept 4. Kkllmee4 "..
been opened at the Pierre S. D., airport < --- -
the! r.anreveck-
TTXL Features. will ec regata tt C-.t -r P .::!, N recently returned to city control ___ WANTED TO BUY_

C S.--/E: T r. Cc..f f Aug. from the army. Two of Ice's ,
for Prices Paid for
"National Parks" has become a synonymous phrase Highest
;: t :, -* A -..... r: '!" 12 flying sons Cecil and Charles will ,
superlative but there are also other din rse ? ALIGATOR HIDE
scenery, many
assist in operating the school and
: interests represented in the national park system of the Unit- service. The slogan 1 j jharter ', FROG LEGS

ed States. In Olympic National park in Washington for ex- "Air Power Is Peace Power," was

ample, are unusual "rain-forests," where, as a result of a mild emphasized at the first national air LIVE SNAKES

climate and abundant winter rains, a tropical appearing power conference of the Rocky oe r-'ar plckucs

ogle has been created far north Mcur'ain Empire held in Denver Writ

in the temperate zone. Here also is'j lent baskets they had no p *trr- G',1e auspices of the American Leg REG l11ORPE. B.s I!. SAsar Siriara.na.

the home of the rare Roosevelt elk ; nor did they use the boa i--i 41k n Headline !'peakenere Gov.

for the protection of which a part j row. They lived in open chunted ;1'P. Lee,. Ilnous Brig. Gen. Leon W. **************
of the park was established with the throwing:l' ". ;J >n. commanding the fifteenth

national monument as early as 1906. er they learned the art -f ; t r t f rce; Brig. Gen, Frederick H. Planning for the Future?

On the other band far to the southof making acquired bows.i S- .' Jr., commanding general of

the Olympics in the southwestern rows and built simple pit h": .-r 4'a ilivil' Air patrol, and Rear Buy U. S.Savings Bonds!
of Colorado Mesa Verde Na- M. adviser
corner About the time that Char i : A.Irving ,
tional park preserves the ruins of a tel was defeating the M i i-al reserve to chief of naval
which 17 **************
once flourishing civiliratioo Tours or roughly in t- <> F rs: ions. With charter
was brought to an end by a lade of I century a new people J jr p.-i \ -!: ers, flying enthusiasts of Man-

rainfall. The national parks also Basket Makers on the Mc=a \% -f est r. Iowa have formed the Man-

include two areas famous for their I and together they made rt-r arable -.- r i.hestt r Flying club. Aviation inter- Do Iw KiuwIn.

heatth-givinf springs-Hot Springs cultural progress. On the n ea; F est in the community has increased ..

National park in Arkansas and Platt y top they built i Mmdreds of village a steadIly since establishment of a JJLvI

National perk in Oklahoma. some: with buildings of mud and fling! field. A fleet of 28 privately .J

The Olympic mountains are f others of stone. They improved I" owned airplanes carried a group

known to thousands of veterans of their pottery and began the weaving ff fishermen from Storm Lake. Jefferson

World War II who returned to Puget of cotton cloth. RESERVE FLIERS and Ds Moines. Iowa to i

sound ports from the Pacific thea- I These people apparently were Bemidji, Minn., for a weekend of
Ready t.f'
ters. From fa* out at sea these peace loving, and In tbe 11th fishing.Drctiag.

glistening snowy peaks were the century about the time that William .
of home.i i east cc..u.:: ;''; \'. ii. -erb1e! I t _
first E
welcoming sight
j the Conqueror was landing jf
at Cherry Point while the 12 west
Mount Olympus nearly 8.000 feet in I
in Britain they also were farm crops by air
coast air reserve units will parti-
height and a \ beset by enemies. Many of plane has become an important
cipate in the EH Toro maneuvers.
score or more j them therefore moved off the business la Idaho, Oregon and sffmSer
Natwnal Parks of other ice- I| open mesa top and e ntre
Ei huh capped mountains | their Tillages in inaccessible co-ordinate all individual and squadron states mere than O.OOO acres of
S are mIn I training with problems of dose were'dusted
cares located high in canyon farm craps by
a Serin.eluded :n the I walls. These villages many Iff air support of marine ground units. I plane luring the past year.

1.325 square them well preserved' today, are While close air support win be the .
miles of asfeHmkfec both for their she primary function air defense will I

Olympic National park. Occupyingthe and est *leee Iff baMiag terk- play an important secondary part. UNIQUE OPERATIONOne I

heart of a great peninsula this I aiqacs.Toward. | Although the fighting squadronswere

park is surrounded on three sides j the end of the 13th century activated first, two other of the nation's most unique \ Std ker Doerr lee
: >: the
by water. the Pacific ocean on the :j a 24-year-long) drouth forced phases of the marine corps' post- flight operations is going into its i food h.'. getting and makes no secret
west the Straits of Juan de Fuca : 1 third year of successful service.
these people to abandon their cliff war program also nave been empha-
of tt. I! only hU Bistros would Us
to the north and Puget sound on I I| cities and move to raare favorable sized. They are formation of the John Riedl. manager of the Hey-
wood-Gull Lake at Nisswa 1 P Gro-Pup RKbonl Crtep. Tout* .
the east. Within a few hours of ; lands ; marine ground control intercept airport ,
Made with 23 essential nutrluit Economical
Seattle and Taeoma are virgin forests : squadrons and training of the vol- Minn., recently completed two yearsof -

aJpme meadows deep blue HOT SPRINGS National park located 1 unteer resen'e.The power line patrol for Minnesota too. One box uppUe aa
mach rood In
Power and Light dry weight u five 1-Ib.
lakes and sparkling trout streams. in mountainous of
region < ground control intercept
COM of dog food! Oro-Pup ,!
M comes
which constitute one of the finest un-I central Arkansas contams in its i squadrons, successors to the air During that time he has flown In Meal and In
Pel-l'ttI.Feed.u t i'ee.I .
spoiled wilderness areas in the thousand acres 47 mineral hot t warning squadrons of World War II, 25,000 miles in a Piper Cub flying a
ed States. springs reputed to have therapeuticvalue. few feet above the 100,000 volt !antes
j are equipped with radar and communications -
I which north to the MesabI iron
The rain forests are teats ia These springs were knownto gear with the mission ran I I Dogs fuGROPUP
the Indians and early Spaniards range over heavily wooded countryIn
tie tower vatteys en the western of detecting enemy aircraft and controllinl -
I and were used by then. Within the contrast to foot patrols which required -
step?* where !rein !September | friendly aircraft to interceptj s
national park are free campsitesand six weeks to inspect the company's 'l $ ,
planes. a
1 to JlMe I there is an averaf j ny
:e annual rafefatl of 1U ....es. there is a free government i Training of members of the volunteer lines Riedl and his observer v ae. --
John Mattson make
bathhouse for people who cannot af- regular
neatly It feet. In these rain | reserve has been conducted
trips over the entire line every other
ford to for baths.
frf t$ are neighs firs .*,- pay private I I on marine air stations at both El week.

nrmr *P t. 1? feet in diameter Toro and Cherry Point. Reserve .. .
and 111 feet in beifht.There PLATT NATIONAL park containing j wits are receiving training as funds Damage from lightning forest fire .a.r.r.TO
bromide and sulphur springs, is I and facilities niadatuims and fallen trees are \
permit. '- -
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horseback trails in Olympic National Okia Sn.all in area this: park is which must be watched. Most frequent EASE BOILS

park and a motor hrehway encircles know: chpf1: > K toe for \\ cn This Prows There's trouble spotted by the aerial A CUE! Soft

the peninsula. From this the \,31. r< 3Tv -, l--d T'e! perk observers, however is broken insulators SORENESS

man highway other roads radiate Is : ... : irg-. l.-C:cIII No 'Perfect Crime9 atop the 10-foot poles which Quickly apply soothing and comforting : *

for short distances: into the park .:' : ; :- _' t have been shot at by triggerhappyhunters. its wholesome GRArs antl OINTMENT* ptK and with Bator ..

NEW CASTLE. DEL.-As New *idiaa m dic tton.Nothing elM

IK THE" CORNER of C.vd i."a te's! night police force consists < like It-nothisff w> comfortiBc
i pleasant for externally caused akin
'!,1yone patrolman.. two burglars
where the Rocky mountain > -- trouble 35c. Get a package today.
the arid highlands of the So 'ft' .1i'H.! .,.g-: t they had figured out the "t\. ...". 11r

there ripen a high eat-tnrr'- .; .. :. : crime. WNU-14 26,11l'.YT.r..a..eU

shaeed mountain. EarS! : ,' broke into a grocery store

exp'otfrr called it theft -.- '. ;.. -. across the street from f-e

for fee table top, tIN,'j1y ; .lice station, where t'! etch \ Kidneys Must

with p'twi and juniper v ri' I Patrolman France J

lirecM. On this green nits -. .I .. sitting at his wafl-Uer: Work WellDOANS -
caves and cany >.n.. 't' III. ,",> .

farming Indians Iiv d t J: f r, Hewlett spied tit e

Tears, cutttvatmg the *- 3,' '! ..I IJ., i." -,: telephoned the st r ite_. 54 a..a .-y ds T Sass. ...!

theft.iUages or pueblo ;-. ."' : sfrg .: ..cer, cks five mikes..-- : east vas;:r-::.-: *.1.....tWa. i a..

the rums' of these tslaeea. = .. ., -, -t broke into Platt's gr,. It_......vaas-..oP Y.Wa.va .
Mesa Verde Net ; i'"i .. ..ar..arar '
'* .IMS the street \i.e s p =- sad. .d :=

has been established. Tr i $ A an see me. so if ithey'll ,. ,. .= aMt .. 1.: w tbs ho.dwio
is W .. hfeT a Lisa. mould
the park aquariAaeordietg W scram. b base. asi..a-4-t d .. .
to arcbe .oc -t.duusi r '.:InUtes later the burg..,' i. vial.v. a ar.s .s.b..LW..1S

cMtse to Amer ca (- i-I __ aching Hewlett, were startc > .:::r;:w .. --"":..
Asiafk aMneland by t' e 1 .ss -a- cis .....ebbt..ra.e.
state policemen pounced on .... .
T.e nq aa tfss krr.eb.
i -.e
thoMands of .
rout rear e e, nrLia. r ir.l. ...
for many centure!' !lived j:? ..-... ........
... :NOT A CR.\ H' This might fiF... IGII' T._ _
hunters Aboot the Degin-. .. ... Ss .- Oe
Oir 'tian Era cer-ta-n of ea-\ h"prl Lcaws Behind hare been a crash-bat wasn't.A .. .D...i .. .
Legs coast guard helicopter is deliberately I sin:r :ba..a== :....
ers grrnwd i* the ro?:.m of tN M aa.i ... ..r..w ..res b.b abel
Vert|>. they hkfld the secur'tv .,; PITTSBURGH. PA. Someone landed IB the sea, where
tt.-nr.-t.:;;:: =
f .
walked away and felt Us legs be- n0 land plane should be. to test
\ rP r- I
forded by this mar r-xtuntam a.tits -te ....ors w.- -
Btculiar cWTs. a->a mfied down : $; -i:ee trees abcuc.i alone Hh hind. Police report fiateg two al't1-j'I the newly developed emergency l!

to %m. First mh. [.;.."*.( of the : n.ff in n \ n.plC :National park, ficial legs comptut with sacks, flotation gear The equipment
.Nerd were fcnosrr as Basket I MM Iff tie :.et *n F U-i watflr- ten and shoes. The fegs trey Did makes it possible U land .n the PILLS
: had been worn recency. water .r *. marshy ground.
Tlakeri'fhwhile they mad excel- ness areas in te csuMsy.


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{ rI I GLADES COUNTY --.....xof-0 0 I : U 1 U. S. Government Creates I dale name Field address Louisiana age, race, giving summary full '"{ -

DEMOCRAT of previous military service if any

I Everglades National Park I a transcript of high school credits
MOORE HAVES. FLORIDA Too Late To Classify and three letters of recommenda

--- should list three train-
rnlledl) tion. They
Entr as second-class matter May By RUSSELL KAY The Everglades National Park h subtropical region of the courses in order of preferencefrom
at the Moore
PoctofCee at
Haven. Florida. under the Act of I came tab being Friday Washing-- States I list of coarse below The .
Centres of March I. 18J7PvblUbrd HI : *::: -'-: : :";+: :-:-:-: :. ) : ton when Secretary of the Interior Everglades National Park is the \ir Training Command will review

i Julias Krug signed the ('[fi.lal' -Sib in the national park all application and notify each individual

Eiery Friday Ily I I played hookev last peck and documents This was done after
TUB C.IAIt PHINTIM. CO. !.". I attended the meeting of the Florida he received the $2.000, from largest of all when expanded t Accepted applicants will receive a
CARK SETTLK.: PublUktr Vegetable Committee in Orlando Governor Millard Caldwell. the sump' ultimate size of more than %,%00..0. .- letter which authorizes entrance into -

----- 'I :::e retary-lianager LaMonte Gra. appropriated by the I'M Florida acres. I the coarse of his choice prior to

........rlptl.. II....' invited me to his FREE banquet legislature to pay for privately owned Yellowstone now to the largest his application for enlistment This
0.. Tear _ __ e2.aa I And then made me earn every lands within the park area with 2.213,000 acres ia Idaho, Montana entire procedure takes place before

ass M..... .::$i mouthful by serving as toastmaster. Federal officials had agreed to and Wvuming Second ia MtM enlistment, thaa assuring a n.an of
After listening to the boys from handle the legal details of acquiring -1 <.Kinlei :National Park in Alaska getting the training he desires

the farm tell about their troubles title to such properties after receiving with 1.t! ": 0.19!* acres.. I The following courses are available -

I realised that being a tramp newspaperman the money needed to pa\ : to three year enlistees: Fabric

has its advantage The' fur them. J i EnlisteS lect I and dope mechanics, airplane woodworker
STUFFby uccessful farmer, it seems, ia a guy So the l2i..e acres ot laud i! aircraft welder airplane

who starts at the bottom_ and I' and water at the southern tip of!;Preferred J Courses I and engine mechanic, control tower
by WAKES UP Florida became a gift from the people -' "
I operator, parachute rigger and repairman -
U\o.T.nnl-n: What with labor troubles, bags, of Florida to the nation Of J Before EnlistmentHigh bombsight mechanic, small

disease floods droughts market I this total 847.17' acres of state- arms weapons repair airplane

slumps and a few other handicaps owned property were deeded to the school graduates who contemplate armorer combined coarse remote

The Big Mouth is a cutter that i* a lot of farms are jest portions of I department of the interior in 1944 entering military serviceare control turret repairman and mechanic -

tall of sip and fight If you can land entirely surrounded by mortgages The 1947 legislature's appropriation advised that they may now radio general course radar
slaking hay while the sun of fZ'Ooeo from public funds before telephone and
hook one big enough bell battle choose a course of training fundamentals coarse
yam all sight The boy near Okee- shines is okeh provided you are covers the gift of the remaining entering the Army that thaw who telegraph cable splicer, telephone

ctebee Lake take great pride inth t smart enough to do It without getting acreage needed to mend oat the wish to enlist in the Air Force may and telegraph equipment repairman -

.ir taking To catch the biggest sunstroke. minimum park area specified by now apply and be selected for training telephone mechanic repairman -

b.M of all to what each one is wish- They didn't spend much time talking Krug as acceptable The money in certain specialized AAF telephone and telegraph Installer -
about how to grow vegetables will be used to purchase or condemn of their choice weather observer.
teg. Dick Powell the home town training courses repairman
novelist who writes those m.terytal'M but devoted moat of the programto these lands. |I I' ,prior to enlistment and -without photo lithographer (DT> photographer

went out and caught a bass discussing the problems of mar- The brief ceremonies Friday inKrug obligation carpenter draftsman and

last week that darned near broil keting. From all reports it seems 's office constituted the formal 'I Applicants must write directly! to : draftsman topographic, powerman

the scales it rained that day that that the average housewife is getting creation of the park. It became the Commanding General \TKC I5ark : (Continued on Page 5'
finicky With more goods on country's 29th national park exceeded
Richard fished he couldn't have
the market she can pick and choose in Sie only by Yellowstone
got wetter, bat caught a big
and give more consideration to which was carved from three states I
month baas that day that weighed
quality We and lit Kinley National in!II
Hi pounds or better. It made the can no longer get park
away pith shipments of low grade Alaska I I *
boys around the lake unhappy at VITAMIN D'HOMOGENIZED
butcouldn't inferior stuff and must give more Establishment of the Everglades
be. They tried and tried '
heavier fish than thought to dressing up our products National Park climaxed 19 years of I
get a
three. in attractive, appealing packages! work on the project.The : I I MILK

As one chap puts it "We've got to I idea was conceived in 1928 i
Anderson this
Cliff came over sell quality merchandise that won't I by Ernest F. Coe Miami landscape I
in his
ek-end amphibious plane
and fished in lovely weather-itdidn't come back to careful buyers who I irchitect.: He organized the Everglades i GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK
will. During the war. consumers National Park Association to '
even rain. His party captor: were hit by just about everything foster the plan. I' Home Delivery or Available At Your
ed 14 fish in just a half an hour
but falling prices. Now it is the This group won enactment: of stats !
biggeet weighed eight pounds farmer and the merchant that ia and federal legislation leading to Grocery or Drug Store
no more. That made the lake boys
being hit by them. creation of the park. Cut action i

the eoor Reverend Our fishing Floyd Baptist J. Creasy minister went,''I From Orlando I drove over to. had lagged for eight years until I SINGLE OR DOUBLE CREAM
l Leesburg for the annual Watermelon Cot Caldwell in 1946 reactivated !
out to try to beat their catch The
Festival and it was a grand the Everglades National Park commission i
fishing wasn't easy. lie came back I
and glorious party. I never saw a state agency created to i Mamlis DairyPhone
home ennreathed in smiles, bucouldn't t
so much fun frolic and entertainment acquire the necessary land.
force a laugh.-his biggest
packed in a single day's program The 25-member commission conducted -
base but tipped the scales at five
in my life. When these folks : conferences with state and !
pounds and half.
up in Lake County put on a party f federal officials, and obtained the
The Bystander filled with civic they don't fool around about it.I $2,000,000 appropriation which

pride, grabbed up his rod and reel. I Starting with a colorful street brought the park Into being.To .
\Vind and moon and tide were right j I parade one exciting event followed be eligible for designation as\

I another some times overlapping. a national park an area must contain -

.- -, | A bathing beauty contest and wa outstanding natural scenery or
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'. termelon contest were followed bya historic interest, and the site must

\ rutting, a barbecue, tennis matches be deeded outright to the federal THE OLD RELIABLE

baseball game. Pioneer's contest government.
aquatic show air show radio National park officials have announced -

I talent quest beauty contest fireworks intention of developing that
Watch and a coronation ball Everglades Park to emphasize biological :1 CHANGES ITS NAME

I which Miss Jeanne Crowe of S t. values--the wealth of unique .:

Petersburg was crowned Watermelon birds fishes and other wildlife r

Repairing Queen for 1947 chosen froma I in the area. It lies in the on- I

group contestants of 27 beautiful and charmIng but ONLY its name

7 DAY SERVICE C L. (Zip) Starnes, secretary ot minutes in which to tell some in-1

the Leesburg Chamber of Commerce, retesting incident or experience: of::1; .
a former Seaboard railroad engineer the old days.

Our kept things moving and I While the
large repair depart- cameramen present .
.. ..I .I. _
mean moving ON TIME Guess his I spent most of their time photographing I 1..aaa.alas.
ment is now able to give 7 .
railroad training was responsible f lag the teen aged beauties entered / / / ,.
day service on watch repair- that. He did a swell job as master in the beauty contest these oldm -

ing. We have a staff of high- of ceremonies Backing hi I timers represent a better advertisement IIMIi

ly competent and skilled up were old wheel horses like George I for the county and for Florida I {
Ra t. Festival chairman and Karl as they are the living testimonials i % SECURITY SERVICE
workmen who turn out gua- Lehmann. secretary of the Lake to the ''
as health faln_ of j J for theENTIRE .
ranteed work. We use nothingbut County Chamber of Commerce. this favored section

genuine parts and ma- Lake County pioneers were invited These old folks ranging in age : SOUTH

terials. Send us your watch. to enter an old-timers contestand from 70 to 97 years, were a. chipper ; ;
each contestant was given three I and -c-
) spry as could be While! ..::
Special attention to mail
or- ODe or two had canes most ea. :.t'You

ders. Registered and certi- them climbed up on the stag with
watchmaker in charge. !1! the fishing was ideal. Bill Johnson the agility of youngsters They have known this institution for years .:

; donated a boat to help t be slag and danced and carried on to as the Industrial Life and Health Insurance
:, angler out And anglers gave out a manner that one of the bytaa4- I-
j then with tips to help him catch a era termed "right smart" Company. It is still under the same management -
H. GluckmanJEWELER
': "trout" The Bystander spent the They told some tall stories of the ,its executives are the same you still do .fi
; \pnlnR with line and plug a-swish. old days. bow they came to Lake
business with the people know. .with
hut came in empty handed he County In covered wagons, il
ne\tr caught a fish lished homesteads fought I tip the same friendly local agent-but now the 'd:t
1012 First Street
I'll! try again To catch "the bears, panthers and laid the grand Company is known as
Fort Myers Florida ,.l11tI"> is one of my desires We work for the rich agricultural empire
< fishing crown be we find here today. or GEORGIA.
I. :'\ Fort Myer
,. The Bystander In those days the woods were The name was changed simply because the
full of game and the lakes Dammed
Company provides many more types of insurance
--- with fish and about all a fellow had
to do was drop a line off his back than industrial life and health insurance. -

porch into the lake and pull in afresh LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF GEORGIA
bass for breakfast or stick a
rflie out of a window and pop offa provides understanding life insurance service

couple of squirrels if he preferred to fit the needs of all-life insurance for
meat. Several of the speakermere every
FLAMIN[ O born in Lake County and had purse and purpose. Although new in name

'i lived there all their lives watch LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY or GEORGIA
ing it grow from a primitive bas
country to its present marvelous is still .THE OLD RELIABLE.

I stage Florida of development owes much to its lont'f'rs"not

r I only those of Lake Count. but E gJtU"O.flce :

IDAIRY fEED I in every conntv The great state ffj briar -
r we know and enjoy today would t !

t not have been possible, had it no
and Concentrated Feeds I been for the courageous folks who I.

____ went through the rugged experience OLD RELIABLE 8IKCC 18BI <
of pioneering
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users unbelievable hardships and priva -

lions to set the stage for Florida's I Faimtuly INDUSTRIAL LIFE and HEALTH INSURANCE CO.
The vegetable growers of today' MOORE HAVEN AGENT

may think thy hart their troubles" I
CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) but they 8owM Usten to some of the WARD W. ROBERTS"AGE

MOORE HAVEN, FLORID stories there obi liars can tell and

they world find that they are pret l J
ty well off


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}f-KIPll. JUNE 27, 1 /47
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44&<<* <-<<< = 0 C eel C C C C C C .., : Moore Haven OES 'I Southern Gives electrician plumber, sirreyor. re.
: frige:4tion mechanic water supply ,
: I ; Honors Mrs. PirkleAt President Arevalo !. technician construction equipment I
m< I Honorary DegreePresident I operator. automotive empmeat mechaaic. i

i I a meeting of Moore Haven I i diesel mechanic, operating
I 1I'Iff.SOCIETY Chapter No lib Order of the East- eagiaemaa, machinist sheet metal :
Juan Jose Arevalo of '
: era Star Stella Pirkle was honored : operator. clerk-typist cryptographer -

......-.-........._-..--._.._-.--"--.-_.-_...-...-....-_-.--.....-.-...-..-..no--.o"Y"o...,.... -;-- --t 1 1 as Grand Repre enx tive of Ver- Guatemala was presetted an hoa-\ technician, AJLF military poHe
I moat The Graad lastraetor of I orar 'lecree of doctors of laws firefighter ammunition supply II

Mr aad Jin Lilly spent Wednesday HEI.TJnIIIn': IU" [ District 18. Bessie L) as. of Belle m inK> Jthera College, Lakers ad. techaiciaa sad me<*.nU corpamaa.
in Fort Mf raMn I on"IHnnT: BI.I. 1<<>>1.: i i Glade. was also present in rmon'w conducted at GaateI -I For farther iaform,Uoa or help,

I' I The motif of the evening was I mall City Wednesday by Laid M I contact let Lt. James T. Pope the
Joe Van De Veld epeat, Oa their return to their home i' maple and the chapter 1'0011 was{I *'pirt \. president of Soataera. I. s. Army Recruiting Sub StationS ,
Wedaesday ia MiamI. Saturday Bight Mr and Mra W' T. : suitably decorated with maple I' The Guatemala llfttis. : ;.:.: Leoa Baildtef, Fan Myera.
i Ball found a very p'eaaaat surprise i boughs as well as beautiful bou1 -' leading educator of his coaatrr and i I !lot Ida.

Mrs. A. M Baker and Miss Knck-t I awaiting them. Their son Wallace'Jimmie 1 quets of cat flow r.> M i I'ir...h: :i: iiiv- 0' the members of his cabiLii -I
er Ctevelaad of Lexington spurt two,> ( ) had brought burnt, a Master -i i and Mra Lyni v. I- ''''' tied iu : I.(t government officials arei nLHtIIL\1"KPt IWl74iET i
days :ant week in Moore Hat en Built deep freezer which MrBall ; the East to the t..:.' <,t I In th. ;I ,i:- .i' :nc in f'duatioa.
I IMr aid was a "et'J nit> fathers; Shade of tinu'a! M0 II.! Trtuns PIt''. ttatinn of the honorary dt-; Fri | Day gift, even though it cams' a fewdays Edith ,... : .._._.. ; :. aqrat at the
r11 Jai joined oa Monday La- i
and Mrs. D C. Gorman Left i I "} -uu dnsx ; rnte tree, vr :"\; i\ey saitt, was trade In.
Wednesday for a vacation trip i late for that occasion J! Graham who held u, pk b ,ush: to recognition of PrrrtdMit ","&10'8 i; Mooretoa Club with the T nasjn to: !t
through the Carolina and Virgiaia "Mama," said Jiande "You I form a "tree.'.* I, efforts as an educator Bad as head i wish her a "Happy Blrtaamy.
Just quit canning so much BOW and 1! The Worthy Matron of Belle Glade of the government to raise the intelligence -I A buffet sapper won served and
Roscoe Miller, tax collector for freeze those beam" { Chapter No 27.>. Mr- Helen Mor- i 11 levels of the Guatemalan i Mn Lone received ma y lovely I
Headrv County of LaBelle was IB -- --- 1 ris, together with ten Past Matrons population and to establish a aoua-i I gifts from tIIMN'e taaa forty
Moore Haven Saturday Local Rebekahs and Past Patrons w Ore introduced: democratic goverameat Arevalo guests who atteaded. i
Welcomed and presented with boutonnieres became president about two years I
Joe Matateoa ate father brother Hold Bingo PartyThe made of lam drop and ago when the dictatorial government S
and brother's wife aDd two chil- I mists. of Ubico was displaced. poet s\I K-Sciall concrete block

drea left Jane 24 for a short trip. IJ bekah lodge held their \ short program was preaeated President Arevalo has cooperated maeaiae. See C. C. Gaatt ltplA.TPair

regular meeting Tuesday night with; by the Star Poiat officers ia which with Dr. Spivey la arranging the
Mr, and IIn-JI.S.: Baadall and the following members present; they pointed oat that the principles summer school program Southern of preacrtojUo* gross I
soL Fraak left Suaday for a two'I, Mrs Elsie Jordan. Mrs Grace' of the Order are kaowa the world conducts in Guatemala. He to providing sea tissues with case. Reward I
moatha' vacattoa Ia CaUtoraia.Mrs. i Summers Mrs taez Howdeshell over. for some of his staff and' E. H. Boy_, Court ..... :

Mra Anna Belle Jenkins Mra Nancy Myrtle: McLeod read a surprise other Guatemalan leaden to serve
A. W. Shator of DeFuaiakSpriacs Ball Mra Britt Wethington Mra greeting to _n. Pirkle aDd pre as instructors for the college! U.\Mt:D-Snakes. any kJad except I
> vitttiag Mra J. A.. Lee. Gather Klatts Mn Mollie Settle seated a box of maple sugar candy classes I!II black and grass snakes. threefeet
.... Shier is Mra Lee's slater Mra Amy Landy ..... Sweet Peep- from Mrs. Irene Hewitt of Montpelier I i and loager Otto WhlddenLakeport. f

lea, Mra Emma Swiadall Mn Martha Vermont Florida Grand I Cancer Drive HeadReceices Fla Itc i
.... Georte Sturgis left Monday t I Thompson sad Mra Elizabeth Representative to Vermoat Florence I
far Miami when she will sacBd] Stewart. Graham presented a pretty doll PraiseST '

acne tine lad later visit ia CM- The next meeting Is plaaaed for dressed in green crepe paper which i

, oso. I August 8, at which time Mra. Klattt concealed: a bottle of Vermont Maid PETERSBURG-(Special) [!
sad Mrs. Swiadall will be hostessesat maple syrup The Chapter gift to Glades County today received special Going to Fort 1)f'I'j Beach*

Claude Cox MB of Mr. and Mn.J .I a Bingo party. Mn PirVIe was presented by Edith commendation for its aecoa.mHt .....-'I stay at
B Cox of Ortoaa, to saw atteadtaf t Nell Jackson, and Gladys Stalls ia raising more than *.. per Gulf Shore Inn
the summer school frtoaioa at j Future Bright For presented a book of sachet with eat of its goal ta the drive for ,
atataoa Uaivarattr at DeLaad. I I.n. the fans ia star point colors used funds to fight caacer \ Cool Comfortable Hotel
Sport Fishing Here ia the program between the pages i: Right on the Beach i
Rev W S. Bocesaaa Moore Ha-
J. A. Maloy: and mother left The chapter voted to close dur- : 4t t
sea who headed the county successful -
ftamtay with Ja4Ir sister and sister
lag July August and September to
Sportsmen from Birmingham. drive received high praise. ,
M. Jack for Himrtoa. Texas, for resume meetings oa October 7. The
a visit of several weeks Alabama stopping at the Moore Ha- The state campaign chairman also I
l ven Hotel this week. had their first Worthy Matron invited the chapter praised the work dee by Mrs R. i
her home for covered dish
I to a sup
sample of fishing in Lake Okee- D. Lvoas Coaaty Commander aDd
Mn J. E FrferBoa weat to West Mark R. Tennant
per OB July 32 aad Mr aad Mra
I chobee
and departed full of praise other volunteers who helped to
Fatal Beach Taeoday to meet Peggy J. K. Rogers Invited the chapter to ,
for i the local sport fishing sadpromising make the drive a neeee. Ueesed
laeGtaa of Pruarga. Pa., who I celebrate Robert Morris na,. the i
\ to sooaMr
win k. gu-eot for several weeks of birthday of the founder of the Eastern Real Estate Broker
and Mra A. L. Smith said
few trade J. E. Frfenoa sad Mrs Star. oa the afternoon of August EnlisteesContinued i
Jo'tteIwa. they could see _0.4erf.1n.llI- 36 at their home i' GLADES COUNTY LADS
ties for sports fishing her*. They -
Those present from Belle Glade from Page 4) 607 Congress UWg. Miami Fta
Mr. aad Mra F. A. Flanders Jr., fished for to days, each day com-
chapter were Mr and Mrs. J. WLyoaa worker, combiaatioa welder and :
aad calMrea of Fort Laaderdale sad tag iDItb bag limits weighing
Mr cad Mrs Robert Heftaer of around four and a half to fire Mary Schlecter Helen Mor- blacksmith tabulating machine:
ris and Orther Lee Maynard. Others ,
Miami S* M the week-ead ta Moor I pounds per bass sad also enjoyed
Ufa with. ).fl'. lad Mrs F. A. bream fishing ia the vteiaityHigh present Mn J. K.were Rogers: Naomi Gayle Dull.Woodward.Mr. and Ji

Fleaess. Sr ia their praises for the Mr. sad ...... D.. A. 01.... IA>8IM ..".
# *--w4Industrial -- -- I. natural resource of tbJa sports Miller Faraba Chalker. DorothyLee.

Sugar man's paradise they expressed Mollie Settle Edith Jackson, Get the Habit of Shopping at
amaaemeat that the section had lOt
Mary Etherton Lily Merl Waldroo.Mr .
Is Still Controlled beea farther exploited and Mrs W. J. Robison, Myrtle 1
I "It wonder to there areat
s a ae McLeod Mr and Mn }1. C. Vowell
I more and larger fish camps ia Moore i
I Mr. and Mrs W A. Montgomery The In J
Sugar rationing regulations affecting -i I Karen" said )lr. Smith "I have
i Mr aDd Mrs G. E. Townsend,
industrial users are stilt in fished in many sections of theSouth 1
Florence Graham. Gladys Stalls.Hacel .
FmiIy I FortMyers
fan force and effect, despite widely but never have encountered i
Keen tella Pirkle Mary
eireatated rumors to the contrary.Slapson anything to compare with the sport
I Coleman and Mr. and Mn C. C.Klutt Dept.
warned Industrial users offered here"' i
of sear that they are still required t f e

to for he registered with SRI. to apply U. of F. BreaksEnrollment # Pepper Doesn'tJLike Store" Flu. i
allotments or provisional allow-
....,.' II ,
aaeec and to use ia the Records
+ Republican PoliciesFlorida

pro-nets I Easy Terms Purchases More
on $10 or ;
AH previous enrollment records
ay the aarreader of ration evidences citrus growers and farm-
Likewise he added suppliers are for the rairersity of Florida Summer era are said by Senator Claude BUT FliOM OUR \TU-OG-Orrr 10OOOO Hems i
aroeJWted from delivering "gar tradwttrtal Session hare been broke with Pepper to be suffering already from

users except upon sarraadwr registration here -of approximately Republican "pouad-foolteh" policies :
of proper ratios evideac 4,?" students tor the Mrs of two "We are now beginning to see
Simpson again emphasised the six-week terms officials aaaoaaeed.' what the false economy program of i .

fact that sugar ret ssiag re ala- First official coot placed ea-'tile\ Repablkaa-CDa elled House' <=-=- =-- = -===
ttoas have bed lifted oaly fromhaaaahold rolhaeat for the session at 4.m hat means to the Florida citrus industry -
and iarthattoaal seers' more than 1M late registrations I. aDd to agriculture ia general" I
and that price controls coatiaae la and only a few withdrawals pat total observed Pepper
effect. enrollment near the 4.7" mark.
!. floridsaes Spend the"Week r !
--- This tears enrollment lists with agricultural interests _
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID more students than were registered through elimination or reduction of

------ ---II funds heretofore available Pepper L '
( ....:-:-:- -........:..:-:-: :-.....-.. ..:.:.: >.:.:-x..x-->>: :..: : : : :-X.t -:-:-:-:-xParkinson's : :I eaamerated these curtailments;
.: Purchase of
.t I orange juice for school Inch programs of the 4th in

: nation ally.
<< Offer 1. Agricultural
marketing aad statistical services Fort Myers
s s.: School lunch programs. Farm mortgages -

:i: Rural etoetrtficanoa. Purchase -
S!. of citrus sad vegetable products -

for foreiga relief. ,

..:e. -We always mast remember that S Air Show Events Sunday ;
our prosperity ta Florida IS peculiarly

,: the retlpcttoa of the .,.- Thrilling Boat Races 4tk _
t: pent of the rest of the coaatry: I

X.&.'I f pointed oat Pepper Other Exciting Events ,
i Florida State Markets which S Horse Races the 4th "

: were raangnrated ha l'3f lad

i placed ender the direction af WB
liam L. Wilson aua apatatt a artwork
; :ahoy a real cool vacation! come
of 27 active ......... Tmsystem .
I is ootstaadlac te the Casted to Fort Myers Beach visit the

I Tennis Shoes for All Occasions-Fishing- States and last year these markets many places of interest in tropical Lee

did |30........ worth ofbasiacaa County islands and beaches .

i Softball or Just Loafing t boating, fishing, sightseeing trips ;

xI Just a reminder, Have you paid special entertainment planned for you i

Styles for Men and WomenParkinson's t # your pledge for the awiauarag pool from Sunday through the 4th.
1 tend?

I Wire or phone Lee County Chamber
at mat year's rornrd smsauHni soa
t area when J.1PJ attested sammw of Commerce, Fort Myers now for fuR

I etseaA details regarding events hotels, roods

i temporary dormitory ana oa cottages and cpcrtaents.
the south parttoa of the...... has .
"The Complete Store" been ramai. .r. ta tile leans etts

: i +ssaa nsatisw, .n.I sagisa .-
"",, ,, "" ---"o. "o,,'+----.x. .>.. """o"o,, >O and atudesrtB wtth cbast: :-==



till i u I Tat i'-:; !1, Gems of Thought
9L 50 ?
Kathleen Norris Says : 1 HomE .... '

Some men blaze a way; oth TOWC \ I, ONE of the fflusraBs life is
era only blaze away. -uPEpOPTh' the present hew is not

Man may hate more courage The lore Than Erer Glorious Fourth! J the ery critical day is ,the decisive best day boor in Ev-the
than woman but be

doesn't jet half the chance to Bell Syndicate.-WNX: Feature IN WASHINGTON :! .r/ year. S .
show his backbone.
Life doorn't NoIIN II ., aW ae.dace -
The man who admits it of thugs few JMMII. fin M

when he is wrong is wise, Bound and GaggedORDINARILY irmtfme ,..,' moray of
and the man who fins in e L' bear of *.r.,* *.
when he is right is married. I II
it thi! stare Unlike other things, words
Over in Europe they'reIa1inr session of a gain with every weighing.
that it's a vise child
congress a freshman con- ,, *
that knows its fatherland
gressman is a disillusioned The test ef a pefMa's

representative of the people. strength is the knowledge of Us
A gold-digger is the hard He and weakness.
is bourd with red tape
est known female. It takesa .
gigged by the trjditunal rules ofthe '
diamond to make an impression house and his zeal for "saving : All fame is danerous-COOd
on her. brings envy bad shame.

Let's Have a Party 1 a tY6 r tic'f Fall in St. John Riser

With Games TricksParties ,M \ ; Reversed)" High TitlesThe

falls in the St. Joan river

reverses itself This is caused b>

\-.n\\t\\ t'!:e ecu; tn :las been quenched by the 50-foot tides in the Bay of

the seniority system the magnitude : Fundy At low tide the St. John
y n uAE\ 7AL cf government operation and the river flows into the bay over a 15-

ntinU" \\ "dr "opinionated, hard-beaded and unreasonable foot falls. But at high tide the

6 viewpoints" of the smaD water comes in with such a rush

fJft I band of seniors, 25 of them or less, that the falls are reversed the sea

who run the show in the lower houseof water falling into the river froma

I congress. height of 25 feet.

that Click i
"I* the school yard they are bary *i;d bind 'm, lie: Amtmini, tad it's Kara Generally however this attitude I

WHO said the cummer's n6 to tell tbtm*prt." of freshman congressmendoes

for parties? Make yoursa __ ____ _ not hold true in this session. I Skin "itches'
hot-weather bit with cool drinks, By KATHLEEN NORRISTHE

light refreshments and some quiet I In the first place there are about and irritationsof
SPIRIT OF TilE U. S. A.Two .
games. I
I birthday of American 90 of them, an unusually large awnher. I summerTo

i Pencil and paper came arc approprlat comes along About W of them are World be ready with quick relief
for summertime. So art magic tricks I i War II veterans and these young keep handy a jar of soothing,
this of and after the close of
and fortune-telling stunu Word games time year, years I men Democrat and Republican are j I orld-famed Resinol Ointment.Use .
arc played popular while, sitting too because down. they can be I gives us a chance to consider World War' II most of the nations I bound together by ties welded in the I freely,see how the medication

To five a really successful part' send as we never have in all our 171 of the world appear to be i crucible of all-out war. So despite eases itchy irritation of ivy

for(coin our) for booklet"Games No for CO Good Send Parties"25 cents to : years before, what an extraordi- worse off than during the tonfact. I political differences, they are socially : poison chafing, mosquito. For bites added, sunburn comfort

Weekly Itewipaper Serrire, cal West 17tfctt. nary thing it is to be an American They are sunk in utterly, : compatible, have the same general i bathe with mild Resinol Soap.
New York 11. N. Y. Print
CfceM, booklet title and No. 60. name ; hungry, shabby end sick at heart. viewpoints on life, and their Ct both today from uy aructwt
I own problems, the problems of ,
We I Political turmoil bopteisnts !
started something new in the RE51NQL0m
their families and of their constituents
t'.orld at Yorktown in 1776, and this and fear of the future beset them. ; I Ana SOAP
i largely follow the same pattern -
new thing called independence and '
freedom and liberty and human By contrast, the United States I .

rIghts goes on getting bigger and of America is almost a parodist. : I ?
Wttktbt ntbonal
Rttmbhun comitn- tl/IuJSu/feA
i We are IIllll'tlllJ well dressed
ire remarkable aH the time. I ties dread rut fir PMiuMftu, t good
10 ;txt0IAsnows \\',,rid events have left us today ona and bare many luxuries. We hare HI weal!H HI t.e Demeerarie cosvee MIIII tcics 111 mil If

national eminence that nobody freedom to go and come, to do Iron utU t s lijgtJ ill Sac Trsnctuo Gossip RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.lUMBACO
Ko : '>aid have foreseen when our fore- and say what ue please These : n that Detnocrtftc dfrait mil pick
f:.thei>; in courage and trepidation sac Frtntttto to ","oJ, ;,," on Jeiefttombetfusi '
Bhp INK51 rights are worth far more than
and high vision, staked their lives of rtdtmaltom and orbs *Ppnt-
'!their fortunes and their sacred honor I our great national ueallb. ,, prutton mil tfertiHg Pnfc comt and

upon our beginnings. On Ibis annn ersary of the signing olhtr utttern Usttt. -

The great countries of Europe of the Declaration of Independence Business BoomsThe REMEDY
even after all their hundreds of 171
rears of statecraft, lie in the dust Norris totes stock of the magnificent report on business conditionsby
SMALL PR/ by jqQUracrE some not to rise again. However heritage all Americans I Senator T8ft's economic committee largo.......1__'t-Sm.a SAa.50r
S .
tll1lll. III tiLl It IIIECU '
clever they were, they didn't know knocks the from under his
One of the greatest acbietemenls props n in titi tin butt M IT im nItldl Swap d eke
BREAKFAST how to unite to work together, to contention that tax reduction
is necessary
of Ibis the I lilt tl. IM. JlCISIIIfUt 4.Tllllll. !
country teas fusing of
stave off catastrophe as a means of stimulating
But the despised republic across many peoples and traditions in a investment and increasing consumer -

the water, our own America, some- u"it1bat ue call the American purchasing power. The committee -

n"has grasped the secret kept s irt. This spirit, animating us report said industry is booming,

(I1 I'I! peace in her own hemisphere through the years, has made us profits are high plant expenditures St.JosephlO

.' il: out fear or force, and weldedT the most fret, the strongest richest higher It gives little credence to

\i and gentile, brown and white happiest ptople on tMtb.We'vt' i i depression talk; rather it shows
mi black, Dutch Irish, Italian likelihood of increased productivity,
Ri csan; and all the languages sales and profits

backgrounds religions of all these NO LONGER WAKES UP
got plenty of little rotten
hundred peoples, into the stronger I Some 15 million tenants in rental
/ ; and happiest race in the world. to spots one in American our make at up least, and that it seems it is properties will be affected by the 3 TIMES A NIGHT

11f The richest, yes-and not alone in our job to dean them before 'I rent control bill. If approved as it -IS site did for S movtks before switching

af1 money. The strongest-yes, and attacking the Job of managing up the passed the senate, the bill will result ta J-J(tile 5ewkidaeyaiedbladd.rMani.aa )
not alone in arms. But rich in world. in a rent hike of 15 per cent d doctor. pirmldq, ,

hurt,es, in gardens, in quiet country Reese In I probably higher in some instancesIn lone toe-.UeUoj... 1
towns, in libraries, churches, Improvement.But case of a veto there will be a troa ucbt ergo BOW known to coat a cutiy
READY TO SERVE. DEL'C1ous' >m>MwMer tmCoOoM. ,not tbe kidaer To
- GET THE OR/GNAL, / ( KELLOGGS :-ountry clubs swimming pools and homes, gardens, schools amusements I a new law or no rent control since ptli*. I-.. oley PiOi mgftnilstftayt :
COM R (ES l IV THE WHITE, tennis courts, and strong in children chances these spots are the present law expires June 30. tb.y hn ftfculsfsr pa tmJiitio".tave Mdat..e..hb* \otkuic.!-adios hkv tktssiyt
free and joyous and unafraid. I t nlowo hud tlMmfar .UB
-.5 vore >
RS.ANt> 6* EN PACKAGE. small. They do i 9* seriously mar I IwtflryDOlfil 10LR MO\LY BACK

REGULAR oR rMwLY SIZE.t Just American Now. the picture any one of us can see

O'1 the school roster they may if he can get a few weeks'' vacation I Farm cooperatives are being
placed in the realm of Socialism
0 Bnen and Hagenstrom. Levy and travel across the country. ROACH SPRAYQUICKKILL
Perhaps the Communism brand
,j" MirhoMch, Bianchi and Hago- I RID I
He will
come to not one but will come later. Congressman
But out m the school yard
scores of Walter Ploeser chairman
sky-scraping towns whose I Missouri
>ke Indians, to their middy OtlM.1 scum PttOTlCT1O.
-. sweaters, caps buckskin factories have raised the standardof I of the house small business BAKMLKSS TU rrrs AND lit xas9

i turned-up jeans they are domestic comfort for all the !, subcommittee says his group LASTS 14 DAYS AND LONGERNONPOISONOUSOQOR1SSSTAlNIESS

,1and? handsome little world. Ae will come not to scores will probe special advantages

"ns. and it's hard to tell but to hundreds of prosperous conferred on cooperatives and 0. .... aM ,_ ....., ... wale.a. .
where "will open the eyes of the Ameri- .1.THOVT "'T".UT1N.CO.
cart towns women ...
are buying 4..._ T.r5a,pea
can people to socialistic trendsin
meat and fruit
t."\'r.ca s children never have jrom stacked mar- "
America Hearings on cooperatives
either kets, where children are to
vn want or fear Some- running
,. big. schools. will begin in the fall
--- --- t our fort'ien-bom citizens have airy where corner
-- ... w;...,... !l't: these things for a while. but lots stage weekly ball games and .
fir nmttenths of our children the little libraries everywhere I leep (1
Yodora c rule i! of life is a rule that to Eu- books moving. Where movies i Once He CursedCONGRESSMAN '

rr-pe t,)day would be one of unrm- are crowded and people stand in George Smath- 40

"_;n:,:ile luxury. Homes where line m restaurants and banks ers ex-marine lIeu- antis .t ..
aphid. .dtt
checks 1 111(1. irH warmth and full meals I bulge with the savings of quiet inconspicuous tenant who says he made up his t v eth., ..-.. lam...

-"1 t ::PT for granted: protected folk. He will see enormous mind to run for congress while sitting CO' A Ld..otulonEOll ...r I
d a:lkt
'. r In home and school and I hospitals, gymnasiums on a lonely Pacific island cursing F hd 10 males 6 gib.I.loa.

perspirationodor tl; ." l'vies, cones. cokes, fun- parks beaches all strung along 31 ye .,r..0,(. "B.'Klne. oair aph.I.... I.
To highways and
few American children over great 50115 f< b -,IP r iin a motor car a rare mountain chains 10 run full ,ere.ac4 I
stucco at pasoectatl :
.. trf'"t i To few American children And be will see one flag blowingover a tatwthl CGI.

are nv. shoes, warm beds, lilting them all toom ocean to ocean. e e 1 .IIcOlrOUTU' I
.. ; tout ut t u.
THE WAY rr .;'s matters of miracle. the flag that speaks today of help .

These are things to think aboutn and brotherhood to all the suffer I
Made with a Jon cream hue \odora mg world.
Fourth of July. Why of -
to us
if actually oatkmg to cormal ikin
all] th., nations of the world should I
No harsh chemicals or irritating vVi:!hmgton and Jefferson and Ltatx He ineptness of congress, probably GIRLS! WOMEN !
taltJ.Vont bum iua New
or clothing. Hope in CancerAn of the new
: >'" have been given as leaders* is typical groupof
SlAp tort and Berrr try this If you'reNRVOUS
creamy gets fre-hmen
jrwny. T ,"t i t possible that our way oft remedy, podophyl
:: .' t-e best* We made great lin from mandrake or May-apple Said Smathers: "First impression -
Try ge II t Yodora-Jttl the .0000rful science's !
root. is
difference! )" '",-" -. 171 years ago We've not newest potential is the magnitude which
,"-t t m all, but anti-cancer weapon.
we've come is so vast the young congressman -
0* tOTUI MTT Of M.raW
r Other nations nave made The remedy's cancer-killing ac- takes some time to realize I

: +, r.>t i mises, before and since tion in test-tube experiments was that instead of an apparent lack Do wicx female-*-faactlnart you reel nenroui mooUOr,Intubl disturb, I 1
'; Some of them never were reported by Drs. Richard A Orms- of purpose there is a definite ao west and tints oat.-e.t neb times !

;rvt!' :'g but empty words Some bee and Ivor Comraan of the Stab : program going on;" ttbl TLen Compound CIO try Lydia to K.rtUcr riBkbaa* men tjicp Vet. !

if them Kettering Institute New York torn*.Ice teens for tw l T kea reruUrty !
promought A laboratory accident "The freshman congressman PlBkluai Compound ttlfO .
f freedom thai mast keep IBS sewe of senior tot bund up muune MUut neb 4W- \
> and ,
1t ply held at Ute which led to discovery of pencil I' I treM. AIM ft grist rtomxhU toalct
sr,:nt of a gusi beiore Ute ignorant tin led the Sloan-Ketteriag God kelp yw if yen ke it," Smatb
/ -.n..r.. .awwwa... yes of slaves. to their discetery -W'C saw i l1llA1./llllAJ/1n otJ5I: $


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B.1d a 1 piece of cardboard Add two tablespoou .o! l !I

aaanst c,u-.paper to protect .*. :nice to one quart of boning !
fro:.. its:':-.s while wag oas t: keep cauliflower white.bear. I. : nn am1e x 1-f

To help restore flaffinesi

WMB petting elastic in chu- biankets, add one ;
sew a hook on one glycerine to the
dran's! panties rinse water !
tad and an eye cm the other. ; each pair of blankets. Summer Fruits and LTXX CHAMBERS MENU
Makes for easy laundering -ee i Berries Tell Us
Yon may set quick I I Breaded Pork Chops Applesauce
Wfcea meadlag fine knit wear, out of scolding or spanking : That It's Jam Time Candied Sweet Potatoes

lace a piece of net under the spot child, bat the surest kind is i Vegetable Salad
Jo be mended, extending a little tamed by taking time to Butterscotch Pudding
beyond it on all sides. Then sew stand why a child behaves Beverage
leek and forth over the net in does and letting him come to I
rather loose stitches. I fog f
o ps w.th mater, if Beceaaary. Ilk
,el: Bring to a full rotting bofl.*Kt

: : : .( en fre Stir constantly betes
: : ar.d white; boiimg. Boil..... t

ftEW KEROSEINi w} '-,rte elT.c.fro!:; fire and stir ia fr "'. i

'.r St.' a-d skim by taP- -

= .o,,,.,"J.l. to :,ol slightly at.
-t ."gfr'..t. Pour qdeki. 0 .
--aT.n at once.

Blackberry Jam.
1 4: : cups prepared frattt

:;:;; 1;box. cups powdered sugar trail iTo ....

prepare the trait: Crdkhe oear g
IllS fOR FIll .,,]ly: ,- layer at a time, aboa
2 q"l:: -. o fully ripe blackberries.
!f dnJ red sieve half of pulp to rae + >
-":3\ scare: of the seeds Measunnerrie
<:' into ]large saucepan.
To make the jan Measure sugar
To make Jams or jellies select and aside. Place with
set saucepan
ripe berries and pick them over fruit over hot fire. Add powdered
CENTS A DAI earefally so you will have no sour fruit pectin and stir until mixture.
i i, M' bitter taste in the jam. Wash comes to a hard boll At once stir L !
: the berries thoroughly before
in sugar Bring to a fid rolling
i working with Uiem boil and boil hard 1 min_ s&rfMg

constantly Remove from hea,
1 it's the frut or getable
Although skim ladle quickly iDle glMM p pParaffin
that keeps us going on the job from
I at once.
day to day with 91 True marmalades are reaDy soft 1 b
( Its vitamins and ) J !.s
t 3
sO fruit jellies, and are woader1M ti
SUB-mEZING minerals, it's the use for spreads when lunch hex 1M-

COMPARTMEKT jams luscious, butter fruit> or II I lems come up during fall
ter Have a few choice jars OB
conserves that : hard to take care of the .....
I meals from f-Po'
+ humdrum tc t\-.p
c i Cherry-Raspberry Censeve.
So 'S panto :
II elegant 'r.
-- :3 cops pttted cherries
add de'igto v- :
1 pineapple
I i meals. 1 tap cheeped raspberry pulp
If you need a f-rt e, ex..se to cop
=n I 4 caps scar
I, make them, you may cor..ider them Run cherries and
i for
from standpoint
BIG FLEXISLI! an economy roll will not through food chopper Add
t jam on the bread or ::
berries which have been 1b..
i take nearly as much of the expensive
INTERIOR crushed, and sugar Heat slowly total
I I Fruits and berries,
I spreads.
dissolves then boB rapidly
this season are among the best and until thick. Pour into hot stead
1 R are reaDy very reasonable in price 1
I' jars and seal at once
have been
compared to what they
When make jam or Jelly
1 ....,. .
it's a good idea to check aDd pre-
; When you make jam, jelly, butter pare the jars in advance Get some
: or conserve make a small batch.
help with the fruit or berries
4 This takes less time and allows for m
at all possible
failure in small -
NO MOVING less Cooking quantity Have all ingredients t: tII
also saves the color of the fruit, measured
PARTS TO WEAR : and appearance is as important in out before you _
jam as is its eating quality.
cooking as
If you want some food spreadsfor you win have to ....1
next winter make fruit and
be right on the
berrv but+er. as these do not takets
spot to watch out
much some of the others.
sugar as
for scorching With these tips in
13iaeberry Apple Butter.
mmd the preparation will take on a
2 quarts Maefcerm
simplicity you never dreamed potable
Z fUns apple pulp .
Yes, it operates silently, econoaucaDv on kerosene1! The 2 quarts sugar Cherry Marmalade.

new Senel kerosene Refrigerator brings you every new cnn I 1 taMepe ground spites 2 oranges
and alice tart Add
Wash apples.
for Me cream, : 1 quart pitied efeerriei
icnifinrir big sub-freezing compartment water to cover and cook until soft.
foods A interior with adjustable 4 tablespoons lemon juke j
ice woes, frown roomy Press through a sieve and measure.

shelves to store large wOk cans giant turkeys, watermelon.Best I Boil apple pulp, blueberries, sugar Run Jl(:Jra:1gpt.r saps sugar'_- r J hipper l

of all the Serve Kerosene Refrigerator has no tnocMgptrtt end spices until thick. Pour hot into C,','er n ,"- c : ; a .'1 to 1 softC
vahes, orPVHH. i ttenle jars and process 10 rr:rates -,- 1.i. .-.- ..
free No roachmerv, pistons r -m juice
m its : Dg system. : In a hot water bath.CantaleapePeach. ,
Just a tiDy letosene bIDe does the wu,\. So Servd Conserve.

stays silent,lasts longer.New kerosene Servers now on display. 4 4 cops cops diced diced cantaloupe peaches I I.

Now available in two iie-8'/4 C'bic feet and 6 cubic C t cups tables sugar ns lemon juicei1

teapoon nutmegI I
; I* Cup blanched almonds
U teaspoon salt
Ca cantaloupe and pea;-,.3 to'

L_ a J gether fJr. 20 !
: I m1nutEos Add ,
w nJA l sugar anda: : ]
I. =
]ice: bin re':,d j alrr
; I
i h until t : .k
add nutmeg r;.;ts

[ and salt Fr, ( _wr _
i boiling ho*. ;rtn.i
ilJ.\I! \ sterilized :ars Ton can pat jams and jellies to
and seal a* ce use this summer by making light
I with para ffi". sandwich refreshments from themto

Elderberry Jam. serve with cooling fruit Juices.
Sold exdusively from Maine to Florida Was''.. stem and measure then Fruit juices also may be canned
lightly crush the bemes Add for later use as jelly.
2 tablespoons vinegar and 3 cups
sugar to each quart of berries and sugar Boil to jellying pssat
Boil until thick and pour into hot Pour into jars and top with paraffin
sterile Jars. Seal at once. at once.

ERa Concord Grape and Plum Jam. Raspberry-Currant Marmalade.
I' (31&kesll t-ouoee glasses) 2 quarts raspberries
I 4 caps prepared fruit 1 quart currants
I 7 caps sugar 9 raps sugar
1 1 H bottle fruit pectin Measure berries and currants after
v To prepare fruit, slip skins from stemming and cleaning Crush
'I Hi pounds fully ripe grapes Brag currants. Cook slowly until juice
AMERICAN OIL 'I pulp to a boil and: simmer co\ered. flews freely. Add raspberries and
for S minutes. Remove seeds by heat slowly to boiLng. Add sugar
putting through a sieve. Chop or and stir until dissolved. Boil rapidly

Dealers Kid Distr&itors II grind skins and add to pulp. Pit, to jellying point. Pour quickly
Its Amoco I but da not peel about 14 pounds into hot sterile jars and seal with

of f-lly ripe damson plums. Cut into para: .n at once ,
small pieces and crush thoroughly. Note: The currants are cooked
Add Vt cup water. bring to a longer than the raspberries because
boil cover and simmer 15 minutes. they are more firm and do'not lose =
Combine fruits. color as quickly as the more deli-
tBlllf ?Lc-. au. 8 Measure sugar and prepared fruit cate fruit. ---*_.

Into a Urge saucepan fifing up last Kr< tr4 kv Wectrtm KrtnMwr Cafam.

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"\ : KltiHl GLIDES COUNTY nK'IOrn.\T }'mn"'Xl. : ::, 191. i
r- _--- '- _- _- _- f'"

: was worked oat en a 'cooperative by being pUated on slightly higher white weeks of the city stated that rhteb \. a salt f I.. hereby div.resy j I ;.
tl County Democrat
WHITE BOYS.NEGRO basis! with each preperty owner( It round were MX injured. lariat saajhagglag opt Mi ed as the new"'f'er' ia I :;
I rt'tleDtee..g to apply to the! A similar storm ami. .the J aa of 1 the: bei *t of the flood .... order shall be ......... cane II., l'-
i for four eunseculive weea letAin -
mintv commissioners for approval'\ almost tornado int cavity IB the Lake I 11iarfield t the: city he had stood in water I Fail i not under penalty of defeuM I :

DRAW\ PROBATION ath work according 'o a roef'nttutiun. ( area near Bartow, uprooted -: ''waist deep:' ""There.... 12 or 14 DONE AND OKDKRBD at Ilse it:
Haven. Glades <"o nty, Florida Thep
"."- and then going ahead > trees and left a mile-long path j II I Iif inches of water flowing from .-1 tTtli j day of June. 1 T.OKHiMAL "-

IN SUGAR STEALING ..tin having the work done One I (J destruction. 125 feet wide la its i, n-t benefit of such a system a* rake through a elites area. No jiasualttes M that time". stated Lnndy. 1 j D. S. WBBKC. 1 ;;
Clerk of Circuit Coort.Uladc .
t. was poiated 'out by Lyons i:, tit;tt I (' were retorted and no im-i At the height of the County, Florida.Bjr .

VHendry County :'\f'W. i the property owner involved get: (, nediate estimate of aarouat of dam-j heavy rain sounded the metal root I) F. & Scott, Deputy Cl< rk i".

greater benefit from each dollar IF? wa available. Two houses inihe I of the building where the meeting i COV8E a JOHNSON
fly J \\1: \V\IUKI Moore Haven. Florida
Ftour white boys and I negro spent Were the stork done under ii i path of the storm at Lake Gar-j was held so normal tones were IDI I Solicitor for IlalBttff. .
mint* or drainage orders and taxes field: were removed from their' aadiable and voices roe to shout-1 J. )(. Cones
timer<< 3 years on probation from Jane :o. 27. July 4. 11.tlTeit f:
Judge George W. Whitehall Monday lolleiU-d, it would! be necessary to oundations. and windows and glass tag pitch and the raiD lasted 27 i: :
an assessors salary and 1& l'ollt'- '.. destroyed in of thehousc'4
1 a"y 01 ft' were one minutes. Three-qaarters of aa inch
afternoon after pleading guiltyto j
toi"'h fetin addition to the .ot: ofthe according to the occupant water had fallen in the Moore'' OP'PrtJt'ti14 t'eK
a charge of burglary growing oat I more T ,\ 11t11iNOTICE / ...
work. \ 'This storm was thought to have I
RaTeD which only made -
of the theft of 17 bags of raw anger area
weighing 325 pounds each from Present at the saeetiag were some dissipated itself tn a nearby wooded flood residue still washing dooryards -! 18 HEREBY <:IV'". tti ,t '
thirty-five representative citizens area covering agriculture lands'': J. J. Wiaviiw. holder of Everglades
aa Atlantic Coast Line freight car'April Tax Oerttfkut
3 in ClewUton ; of the community and area withH. The greatest damage in Moore and pasturage that much worse. !I numbered Drainage :,.. dated the 7th day efSeBtpaibor
D. Lyons in charge and acting Haven was caused by stand-ng water A. D. 1M1. bur filed add .
The had been routed to At the very end of the discus- made
sugar as chairman. Members of the city which for lark of drainage and certificate ia my office sad has t
UM refinery at Savannah. Ga.. by ion. Engineer Scott informed Mr t application for tax deed to taoe t> ron <-
and county commissioners, and because of the high water ahead In accordance with law Said Certificate
the United States Sugar Corporalion Lyons aDd the others present that described _
various business and private iaui.iduals in the river, could not be drained .robraces the foltowtac {
but the car had not left Clew-;, he engineers were working oa anew property, situated in GLADE
were also at the meeting off before lawns gardens and shrubbery
County. Florida, to-wit: !.
taten when the bags were removed. plan to place before congress Iwhereby i:
had been damaged. Tract la. Section 4. Township 41
All but Z of the sacks were recovered new waterways would bed!i South Range 3: East.

by Sheriff Bill Maddox and I Heavy Rains- utilized to discharge water. "We{! The under assessment the said of certificate the said tamedwas property

these were left on a levee and dis-i ltechanicalllonsterContinuf'd plan to make a survey of the damage in the name of Frank MatartahUnless .
to stories toldjiBten. 'I I of this to said certificate shall he redeesMd ,
appeared, according (Continued from Page Oae) present emergency deed
I according to law. Ua.
I! could reach the road dry-shod. As ( from Page 1) : be used as a basis of oar argument will issue thereon on the Tth fcjr eCJuly. !.

The whites all of Clewiston rang- :, late as Monday afternoon Moore bray and toot being equipped withan I for the new syat.." said A. D. 1947.

fer in age from 16 to 22. were Ed Haven dwellers were still paddling assortment of automobile horns, Scott. "la the event this new plan I (SEAL) t>. 8. WBBKS.

win Thomas Fletcher Nelson Jefferson about their door-yards in row boats. bells and whistles. Children of the goes through the canal here at I Clerk Glades Circuit County Cent Florid, i,

Fletcher Robert Henry Jen- Rep. Rogers of Washington en- city were given rides in the bow Moore HueD can then be turned June C-U-2S-S7. July 4.

niaca and Doyle Carlton Geiger. The Hated the aid of United States Engineers day atop the contrivance, the pipedream over to the residents of the valleyto I

negro was Frank Brooks aged 37. stationed at Jacksonvillefor of C. H. Chrum of Michigan. be used for drainage and discharge hrTifFOP APPL1'ITIO FOR f

AH had been at liberty on bond the Moore Haven area instruct- Riders were not limited to childred. as they see fit." T.(. DI E1) ,

first set at $1.iOO and later reduced fnv them f A g ice whatever help either. f o r at the lime S onny Sl a 1t sand

'to $300. Sentence.as withheld ;iglt\.n be required at the western Marshall Joe Crews were seen NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN. That
pending fulfillment of probationand I lake 1 riding about on the ponderous IN: Till- ('IH<"tlT OIRT OF TIIK R. D. Yoder. hoMer of Grtldk.tesnussberrd Bvetfla4esDrainace P-P1
city. District Tax
good behavior. All were ordered astie's hack. Displayed at theWorld' 'I.OIUU'. l\ *M> FuR 1:1 ADIs f8 and 4* dated the let
I Damage to crops in the .III.... X D. 194$. has filed saMcertificates
day of
to report to the court once ayear Fair the elephant's owner 5'01'\T1. IN l'HAfER1'lilt :
area surrounding agricultural \ in my otttc aM has
for the next three ,earll. was now taking it on a tour of m4 flieatMHt for tax deed t* issue <
Tea was slight. According OHrt thereon in k w.Said :\
Florida. -tt. r
Bond operator of a pilot ramie 8. T. COOKSEY.Plaintiff. certificates : lew-
l'vlen- tag eJOeriMd property stt*atd in iGL.S
Drainage growing and processing plant here VsDORA. County. Florida, :
the damage to the crop was held to U. S. EngineersContinued LBC OOOKSBT.NOTK BH .f the SE i asjd .rtt tk.
Defendant NW; of the SWV Section U. and t
(Continued fiora Page 1) a minimum with plants growing in .f the set; of Beetles ii. aB t

lost of such clearing, and then receive low lying grounds wiped out from from Pago 1)>> il ORDER FOR K TO pt AI'PEIR HLICATIO> r.EIo lI 4X South RaaSS K ;;
tax receipts for such workafatast standing with roots in the water lag of the formula of timing of The assessment of.... property
TO Mrs. Dora Lee
: CookMjr
future water drainage taxes -\ after the flood. Plants which the discharge of water. san Lawndale AVMNMWect nader the said certificates teased W. i

when they are Imposed. ThU I drained by methods of planting orI I "I bare spent the past ten years D.trbam.orth CarolinaYou in the name said certificates of S. P. shall MtTCHBtJ.Vnlens be redeemed .-

1 in this valley and base found that ire hereby required to file anappe.r.ne. I according to taw. Ux deed
In th. court above 4** will Issue thereon on the 7th dy of
each year when It is wet, we are scribed on the II*t day of July 1947 July A. D. 1947SKAI. i
Names drowned out and when the dry season at the 1'ounty t'ourt House i ni I ( .) 0 8. WEKK8.
Citrus Exposition MoonMitten. Olod.l s Tountj Florida.'
arrives. we suffer from lack of and tin r."ft'r t" file such defen'es H;I 1 ri.rk t Cirtiiit Court,
I you nii' d< *'r. ..r I.. n4> '3. ti in r.. tlicl;I '+ County. K'orida I
water. We could profit by high ".p"tb' 111. .1' ,1"1.1. .t .i ,- ... .., ..1 j iu 4.
Dates For Big 1948 ShowWINTER water d u tin g th e dr y sea so n. a nd ---- --

by proper drainage such as proper ..- -" .. -- .
control of the canal could be mad .- -..-. -- -. -

HAVEN-With plans tons which will be signed during to give, during the wet seasons. As I

tor expansion of its facilities and the next few months. it is the canal is the greatest detriment ,

attractions, the board of directors WANT COUNTIES IN SHOW and causes the greats HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN

(If the Florida Citrus Exposition Exposition officials will encourage damage to the valley, instead of !

ban set the dates for the 1948 every citrus producing countyin being an advantage."

show, opening Feb. 18 and closing the state to participate in the Engineer Scott replied that the I TF MILKsr a

on Feb. 21, according to John A. future expositions and will make present system Insures plenty of

Snively, Jr.. Winter Haven recently facilities available for these dis- water for dry: seasons and plenty of

reelected as president of the or- plays just as fast as possible it drainage In wet weather, "If we And Other AlEs Products .

ganization. was said. do not pay any attention! to local

Widespread use of an official In advocating expansion of the interests." AVAILABLE AT YOUR

.slogan, like the cut herewith is be- citrus show Snively pointed out "It is up to the local people. to ;

that the industry the biggest in provide protection both against GROCERY AND
the state, needs "show window"and high and low water;. stated Scott

pOS'110"CI1RI that with mona than two decades "On my inspection trip I passed

f of history behind it, first as spoil banks with no openings to let DRUG STORELFA

'the Florida Orange Festival and water out of the pastures. By

now as a full-fledged exposition standing np in the boat I could"see
IDa vii "this is the only way in which the water behind the levee. \

fJ.O industry can show off Us wares "Our is
HAVENNJ present theory proving
and its advancements to the pebIi. "
entirely satisfactor. said Scott. ,
Any better Method of storing water -
tug advocated by exposition officials BIG SELLING JOB
will receive 1** percent cooperation
who are making it available 1-
"If we are to properly Merchandise from the Engineers. The

on rubber stamps, postage meter and the big crops of the future, we system }I r. Lyons suggested would I Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
slogan plates, newspaper cuts bave to sell not only the people of
be but would th
mats and in other forms. the state, but the nation, on Florida wonderful upset and I West Palm Beach, Fla.
theory we are now working on. }
"We have ambitious plans for citrus," Snively added. "It Is my which is proving so successful .. I

... .
the .
the 1943 show we want belief that time visitor -- >
every one Judge CoOlie stated a lag in th< _,.. : :
public to keep the dates in mind. from out of the state is sold on operation behind the present tor-' y ot oE I

Snively said in explaining; the adop Florida citrus, we have at least mula is desirable and said it was his : : .. ::: ---- ::: -

tion of the official slogan. "We 100 potential customers-because understanding tat times the lag IndlllC'bare : ; : -: t
have used the map of Florida to indicate those that see the exposition will is ad.! .
that it is statewide citrus f f fI
a go home and sell their families
"There are times when a two
industry show, and is no longer and friends on what they have weeks' lag would be unsafe" stated I:::: Last Times Today [.
just 'Winter Haven's orange dielay" seen in our state."
Scott. Engineer .\. R. Broadfoot.
Plans for the 1943 show include Paul
in charge of the Clewlston area who I ; 1 Kelly in
Snively explained that two new several special events which will accompanied Scott on the inspection

permanent buildings put into use be announced from time to time. I trip to Ortoaa locks earlier, explained -I 'Strange Journey"" ,
Citrus firms and who :
for the first time during the 194' suppliers that daring the rainy season
t will be augmented by will use the slogan can obtain rub
exposition, ; with the lake at a high level therei: \
aa ampitheatre facing beautiful ber stamps, cuts or mats by writ- was. danger of a hurricane which l
Lake Silver with accomodations for ing exposition officials at Winter I
[ might that the lake 'iy
I come so sickly ONLY
big stags shows, including network Haven Snively said. These are Y
level would lot be lowered in tim J
radio broadcasts and other attrac being provided without charge.
I tu prevent a break in the levee. :: Call Of The Jungle '
w "With the lake at 17 feet" said

< JlfwG. 1 in Broadfoot.from the"aM drainage drainage are, coming shoeldI 1 Chapter No. 3 "Son of Zorro"and Cartoons 1'1

:: From where I sit Joe Marshr' I I a hurricane strike suddenly the
.i .. fy levee might rafter." SUNDAY and MONDAY

1 Engineer Scott said there was

I no doubt that the levee could hold t Dangerous Millions i

at 17 feet. "Or even 18 feet, and
Crazy Hat we haven't a doubt that it could : Fox News and Cartoon t

\ hold at 20 feet." :!: '

-4i. Wins Refrigerator! Mayor Yaaa of Moore Haven : -TUESDAY--- and WEDNESDAYDennis \

asked for the rainfall so far this i

..*... It was learned that 12.11 : Morgan Jack Carson in
inches of rain had fallen so far this .
lone of lau" -tl-eakfsst in the as she's put up with Ed's pipe and

r : :' .. '. ,:.v. -Jr.ctoCapithe other little freedoms he enjoys month. "WovU four or five days ; Two Guys From Milwaukee
I of ceasing of discharge through the
lei t...;. I'. a. :..tai: Sarah Carey They've got that refrigerator I locks from the lake into the canal
Plus Serial and Two Colored Cartoons
....ca f rot ptisj fr wearing the crahome now, stocked with beer; and I overcome the prevent emergency!".1

Pint hit in tae an&enre.: It was a we're going over tonight to drink a asked Mayor Yaun. The engineer

foH-siifd refrigerator! (The prize toastMtjusttoSarrah'.hatatakDot admitted it would. "But what good :t THURSDAY and FRIDAY

the hat) ing first prize. bat to a happily would that do! At the end of the ?
Double Feature
"Glad them hats of hen paid off married couple, who've learned to four or five days it may rain again ( )

.*l last," says Ed, treating the live with one another's differences and you folks will want us U' Johnny Mac Brown in

'* nole thing like a joke. But you in tastes-whether it's a taste for leave the locks closed another foul i

eould see he was proud of Sarrah hats or beer! or five days." Under Arizona Skies

Trorn where I sit there's another Prior to the arrival 04 tile eagiaeers '")

Jar Ed can be proud of: the way fly' the Nits had ea closed u: Bowery Boys inIt

with. those bats of 8c /, \Aw( for a X hoar period Mayor Taui''I I
"VeS pt p
"During that time th
painted out In Fast
'Sarrah's,with never a criticism;Just :It Company(1f
water *a the land hereabouts drep-

pad srf4iftSM(.

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