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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: July 4, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00177

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GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT







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Cane_Quotas May Be Changed I








MOORE HAVEN MAY, New Injunction Is Quota Control System Will

Sought In River I


PUT WATER CONTROL i And Lake-Net Case !f I Actually Have Little Effect



BEFORE ITS VOTERS : The Flonaa Game and Fresh

Fish Commission today asked that On The Everglades GrowersUnited

I the State Board of Conservation he
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The C'ty of Mo+. Hd\ may put enjoined from exercising Jarisdictton -

the question of bow to fiuaace over fishing on Lake Okee-
fu-\\
tarp water control squarely up chobee and the St. John's Rrw States Sugar Corp. Executive Goes

the citiceas at the nest election In a bill for inlaacttoa filed ia
To Bat For Local Farmers In MonthLongMeets
Tentative plans for such a more the Leon County Circuit Court, the

ver, is* girated at a meetiat of I commission charged that the three With Officials In Nation's Capital.

the city commissioners Tuesday legislative acts Erring the Board of
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night at City Hall with a large Coaeervatton aatwerity over the two -

group of dtisens present bodies ware "iacoaoiateat with and I A l riM of meting aa4.It.r..

It was pointed out at the meeting; hostile to" eoauswsioa recabttloas City Announces An FERRIS REQUESTS cares Washington between gvrameat -

- that the commission general revenue and asked that they he declared Office Vacancy officials and es-ecatives representing -

fund has been showing a deficit nacoBstrtnttoaalTh the varioas sugar Inter

of abort SSOeO darlag each three acts, designed to reopen CONGRESSMEN AID ests of the entire world, whist has

of the past several yean The group Okeechobee and tile St. John In a legal advertisement elsewhere stretched out over more tn a

of representative citizens who attended River to commercial fishing were in this newspaper will be,. I month appears to be drawing t* a

the meeting voted approvalof passed during the 1947 legislative found announcement of an election Senator: r r,er and Hi.baud and I r very successful close in the preparation -

a pica to hart City Attorney session to be held July 28 with two Important Representative Rogers each received ; of a pew sugar act woden has

Couse place mUlage vote beforean Under them the ..!water con fame to be placed before the copies of the following letter! just been presented to ee..grss

election provided it could be (Continued on Page 5)> voter of Moore Haven requesting their support for the Working in the interest *f

done immediately. The plan hi ODder Of Major importance is the de- proposed new act. present sad prospective growers

consideration now by Judge Glades Offers duos for a mill tin to be decidedanon. Dear Senator: I l of the area. Josiah Ferris Jr., vfaspreaident -

Couse, wHo plans to Investigate City The mlllage will be imposedif This is a request tar, your active of the ranted States S.-

possibility of sash a resolution be- Water Control Aid it to the men' indicated will for support of the proponed Saaar Act I I gar Corporation, expressed hteeeK

ing presetted to the voters at the the purpose of establishing water of IMS. j I as well pleased with the progress

next city election, without the necessity At Meeting Tuesday control fa the dt). As you know I have always been I made. and full of hop far a Bright

of state legislation on the Of BO toss widespread interest to opposed to a iota system *f prodae- future for Florida, catttaaal

matter. Such state leetolatioa will the annouecasent that at this election Tatted States sugar interests.
Glades County came to the aid lion control' and I am sttn opposed I
mean a delay of two yean unless I of Moore Haven Tuesday at a meeting voters will fill a vacancy on to any law which restricts domestic 1 Oat of the maise of m-ftin....

an emergency meeting is called in the board of city commissioner production of an essential conferences aad discussions in the
when resolution !
a was passed
Tallahassee, whfeh is aot likely. created by the expired term of nation s capital with MaT and
f.... The proposed act. however I
to spend up to fit.000 if necessan I
of
Mark Oreene commissioner
Judge Co.e will report at the to establish water control in the ( does not appear to restrict. excepttheoretically varied interests represented has issued -

next meeting of the cemmisatonen city. The meeting held in the Moore Haven for tin paM six years sugar production ia a feeling of confidence anwssg

of Moore Have who will establish morning voted approval of a plan'i' ---- --- Florida and Louisiana, the mainland all concerned that the S* ar Act

the proper procedure for having the I for two pam,.. one to he installed I cane area where a quota of of 194S will be the fairest and best

question pat to a vote of the peopleof on the South city limit ditch the j; MILL SITE SOLD AT 500.060 tons would be fixed regardless ever enacted for every*** cne.rad.
I The present act now fa effect
the city of consumption in the
other at the Hney ditch where it :

City, Manager Mack Greene xplaia4 tnteraecU with Bagara boat slip. : United States Under the present was dratted 1937. sad raaUa >l

} 1I"" t1tEMppRi Its). 'nawaeAtvt- --.Bm y. peen' MOORE HAVEN SAT. tew tin.,faa**, JMMBhfcM tl>r g.dwwmaccordo pMs nsttsmte taw Piarsiiilssi- ,Ijo: *"' 1 1

prept.., ::.. : ** ..... at fJMi* yj a to un-)\ I ft tenaamptiiB siran1t.
r a nuarialaffIIr wkit a : t.... hatl tVif wfll W twenty inch TO TROPICAL SUGARS It is understood by the sa.ar ..- rn n4nW4ttBt that tktoretlea wy this
area to stffl ruder restriertsns
qaota ,
iative act tad that there are swtnough pumps, refer. ia order to pump I ,lustry that the President will suspend -
bat add that actually the Otades
< rentals la the slay for a water ta or asjt as the need ma : the quota provision of the act
are n4 restricted far a petied'.rat
general fond-revenue arise for dialaagt or hrinaHon; I In until production meets demand,
large enough ..... ,
T! Moore
: ;i'" iJ : ;1:1: -it.t .It least five rears at the ad el F
do ia the control I coordination with ditching possibly within the nest two ar
u any good water present ,.
:ij >'n. 11 i. ; : :(1' d'ion of the whit time a sew sugar bill will
l.:ian. plans throughout the citit is txp three years If quota wereimposed re-
I :1 neufii' mi: i planned for that tie brought forth, since tile one new
cted that the two new pumps will I BOW under the nreaeat act
I city. was sold Saturday morning under draft expires then
provide ample drainage and water the mainland cane area would get
Glades Granted Soil I { according to an announcement by "While in theory the new htUmav
I control for the Hugh Breckinridge representing appear to restrict Florida atw-
Conservation District emergency: seems to me it woaia be wise to
Tropical Sugars, Inc Prank Taanformer I I diction: actually It does nothisg
exchange the old law which will
I! owner of the site on the i of the kind" Mr. Ferris ..*..111.
December 31. 1947 for the '
expire 'I
Local Boy Makes oath edge of the city, sahstaatiat-
after a long series of discassioaspublic .i sew one Florida producers pro- ed. "However a and when a time
beartags and referendumou ', ed the new*, but withheld actual coal during the five years brat K
Big Bass Catch (Continued on rage 8) '
Glades eeaaty has been graati details of the sale should restrict pro ftloll. we can

the right to eetsattsh a soil eoarvatioa The announcement was made --- go ta sad ask for amendments wltns

program! A. G. Hatchia Going against all the laws of public at a' meeting at Moore Haven Fishermen Are '. strong HkeKhoed of getting u.I *.,.-

man and astute, and violating jast court hose Saturday morning OM PNitSect.ioa
c' n county agrtcaitare agent .ti i I IhroIwd
Rescued From Lake
about every rule appthwhi ta good wbeslocal Interests and official of I
< l waterdayThp 301 of the *M sugar act
I base fishing. 18-year-aid Calria D. the sew corporation .sad representative -
results of the recent re- After Bad NightRescue I makes It mandatory that ......-
Whiddea of Moore B_ caught a of banking interests gathered -
'rpndum, sabmitted the state ors pay what to known as a "lairprice"
string of bass Thursday BOOH. which to plan farther... in bringing t
t"'ard of agriculture indicate a rep- j for sugar cane he bays trans
might very well be tensed "The the mill to Moore Haven parties were called out I I
its'oiatioa safftcsent *e merit [ individual growers. Dnrtn till
limit! early Monday morning at Moore I,
Banting of a soul laajautiUoa filet Tropical officials trader MrCaMtweil yean this section was tnclnded to
Even the rankest amateur bass and Mr. Welch left CleW- Haven when a pair of fishermen i
n, t. tile old bill never once ha tn* secretary
fisherman knows that _-..MtlaI. istoa late Saturday afternoon for failed to return after a trip 9noay of agriculture bees aafeasl instep
... well be
.
NOW .
merely
by I
... wont feed front the surface Miami to confer with Atlantic CoastLine I tn and enforce it in the ntnta
aad sat I
to attain a charter Headed Fred A. Flanders and
high noon oa a hot day. bat ia headquarters there regardingrailroad by
of Florid. It.. expected that .*.-
.... fail Hatthiaesatrrday I. I
wn to t W B. Norton. Jr., in the eallneers'speedboat
a few of tbe'" Wtft'u'r siding fa ilities in Moore tieD 3e1 win be omitted from ale
the ejcUw
Be said
'I who pat oat from the
of this regulation, it would Ba.I .-. under draft. AIM
i Dew bin new
the district will be W give aU Moore Haven lock.'and several private
he necessary to creep ap ou them I mild -ader the __... __. i4

problems of sofl coaaervaUoa taft I through the bushes being very I Bible School To parties from fish camps ia. tile j i o the .':7m:=t for.tail
':ding water (control and pe the search ended ..ttbFlaD.hn
t careful not to let a shade fall on viclnlt i i. wages and hour for sugar .......

opmeat. the water and with a tang ayroddrop IOPiN1 Here Monday II locating tile missing mnone lake1pioptr I This paragraph also has ae effast
miles from the
seven
the bait gently on the surface
'one way or another on Fkartmv
:}
bank
a spoil
on
Fire Department Young' hidden tomes all this Xct-nrdtrtK : the Rev John 1.1 since the secretary of agricattaaeiContinued
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and lot of other rules. outri.denr the I John E. Hodges Arcadia merchant I
a Haves ( on Page )
Formed For City Moore, pastor of the Moore j :
j. and Edward Afrobrook of .
when be roes oat fiabincla j.I ----
I First Church the VacetJeaj
] Baptist: I I
the Kocatee crate mill set oat oath
the ftm be fishes ia thehottest
rlace 1 i.iwie School of the church will open Two Injured As Car
; of the with tbf't fishing trip Sunday afternoon i
day,
f Farnam of Moore Haven pan sessions Suuiioav: twining My 7,I
: i
t I ovrliead. But Ca A big Mora struck their craft:i
sun using a Qy Crashes On Highway
ternv
:.inied d .f" the newly at 9 a. m {. '
; ia the
which became unmanageable
,- department .f that city atus fisat a fv fiTiPimaa. Tbe fly i"j Ml i-ovs and girls; from four to!,

,. .. *f the coma lesion es1 j j Ue4 to ;h.. end of a line bat is i I I :ift't D vfa!'< of ae tn Moor Ha-' wind and finally ran out of gasoline -i. Near Moore Haven '
When tile sabstdod
Halt 1*.|cam from: .i M ihbv fear' and a storm ;t
-.1.1)' ; .i.1 a: City t yea are invue-i t. rarticipate ia tlf'i! '
., 'I lair foot 'i rod fo top !tall the two men still six mile fromshore
vol fire department tai ti ice blamed torI 4
charca A blow-out
::tr 1 da- estf&Tl:cfsof W was
left the heat sad started;
;'rat ,.. 'U'f' each .... off ins tad ('f aprr aain* the! ucdaimool .rfiliatiou. wading ashore through four feet of i:i I crash late Saturday afternoon, nap

Cl i of :ti ogre Haven vftt pay trPaJII t4t'a1hl.1 pt ifiA! swimt : -r ReT Moon: a ail i.t'fVe.. prf1l'f'j''j'j''j't water Darkness and dense growthof :t I of CtewtstoaAnal .
i mini trunks anti jest "aroutarasiinc 4.
t ;
th .,t I..'t' sass -ami JsrUsal t al aad a very good weeds in the water hlsdirfd I I I Cribbs of Miami was tablet
ft. with ate baa I
n r
.IIL:, .." iord:ng to Maejk: Green, 'rgs the ,>rt and seldom gets *, volunteered to arTY oa th* w01'k.1. their progress and finally tko aatr.i I to asjsjariand Hospital tn C en '

rant a_. The aearuci rate i The school will ran twu a ers each : became hopelessly lost I where he was found snftsfUs waver

,,,-It.. SI per session and tact oat.e.ii xhp- four feel< from I morning for a iW'ri-d ot two weeksNmry's 4 Police were notified early ...-, shock and teas of blond tbsresell '
,,
..n,' .. !r"r., at S.2. :he ti,' ; !.s I'll'l.t l. I --- day moraine when th? pair failed of a badly nantatd a..
t Cl\i" r ui.-. I!!<* fwa twrlaflion of
for the I Mobile Cork home \ cbcc Alder Jan Cape ef Scoria to* ..assauN ;
;ra at.11'? of laeanjM t listing "Uucnp\)nn|!" and th:* termwt.'n I I to return at .
; i-i,. firemen both at man's boat camp at Moore Haven|I.. after treatment *or shock _
tot! .0: to 'with .
is t' 't c 8 'i he
connive
:.reui Oarte< aetaal fit's: ; he To Be Here M y I I I proved that their boat had not returned i brasses wan re1-. 1 and ......
stra/-: 1 .ass -'i< h as UM on* ,
'jtjQ* .' Iii i t.e takaar.ap at a tots taJ Tt: rrda\ i.uthiDe :$3 pesads ''<: the night before. Severalsearching i" te her T?.fCribbs !

,.'.ug \tie city: eemmissionefa, and nine ounces The seventh naval! 4totrict reserve -I parties were dispatched I : ff'r-alO.j i at rlsnrfa1119 ;

>,roe:. anaoaaced.want ;i i "A hamper crop" grinned Gal otobUe unit "The World on to seek the fishermen bat it re-: Hospital i.nll. T:...Mdav. wnaaj ate i 1 1r

{ "1,'. enough to mahn. >: a* leDtt-I Wheel will be in $pore Haven BaiMd for Flanders and Norton iata was transferred te a veterans %* '

members speedboat harbored at the lock i pital ia Miami atItOJ'41ac to Mrs
7
at
i;,'t Vacatioa .W* Semsoli I i. mate fishermen hang 4t hjsaaa int Monday July whip

the Carted States sad CMadi t i shame Mud the Rev. JIM Moor.i fat V-6 in this area art Invited" to to locate tam. Helen Peters, lonertnetadeat
attar j bring their friends am< poansetiveV Badly bitters by .oaaaitoes. and The' accident ocearted, according' '
: base an enrolment of i.09t10 0!> : Baptist pa-tor at } Ifctin .
: aboard sntfartac erasaa tree their long to Highway Patrolman A.W Mill
hnadwith f < tnitotasa
E dren this samaiev it was awed encountering Ca ho ppH| -
today<. by Mia* Ruth Ettsa--i,{ the his string p**. Mni '1 U Canua. E E. Caftar, officer stav ia the water before the crawled er of Moore Haven 1t'a rear last
waits..
the back the blew wat. ft
will question oa to spoil pair left tire
in chare answer ale
i has himself fepotation
:h Slu"direct** .* Taaaooii I. acquired a I
ass a were returned to Alderaaa'l.I highway accident Patrotaaa' :3ffB r
seventh naval disdrtot
h lateruon AI coaaaterabl *f a Zi.isrThe
;toas edaeatiaa ft* ijajji
.t .:fb4t o- whence taev were taken home to Investigated before being transfer'
:;.. .l Council eI *.eOge> .f Fos' man "I guess w. Jot drat Hveright quota of 4 new enrnttmeats I
reinhsimen bptfeniber 3l> I Arcadia in their own car red July 1 Waucfcala..
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Don't ever leave buckets,pans or To remove a hard-water deposit 1
E SCRE !0 LCSSON tubs of scalding water on the floor I, from the bottom of the washer. )
released by Wevtern Ker.p.gr Valoa. where a child can stumble into' rub it with a cloth dipped in "lD'J
them. cgar water. J Je
87 INEZ GERHARD --a- J

IT IFE'S always been full of surprises When footsore after a hard I' Cranberry and most fruit stains j

'L for Marian Shockley Integrity in day's shopping, sit down and soak will come out if boiling water it J

who's "Carol Brent" on NBC's your feet in warm salt water, dry poured on them with force while :
"Road of Life." She planned to o Lives j with an absorbent towel and masstains! are still fresh. Soap wil j
TEXT FOR JULYJb 1:1; [I sage briskly with ice-cold cologne. set the stains. jC 1
be
a history teacher but a job .
19 2S. I| - d
in a stock company bobbed up "' ELECTIO. -My rUBtena-i i f I j
Take time to sweep up broken One can make a wood stain sun
as she was finishing her studies at L-t and sni not let it go: my I i
the University of Missouri and she ;: reproach me 10 toM $1 1 I glass carefully and empty it into ply by dissolving a piece of roofing
., 6 tin Use cloth tar gasoline or other petrel:
took it. Later a can. a damp or in
an artist who paintedher j
moist cotton to pick up the tiny''' solvent. The shade can be varied
portrait introduced her to a
Theater Guild official-result, partsin S NOTE: L.._ a ;.cn..1 slivers. j by using more or less tar.
teat *rltctt tut coyjrntktftf 1
two Broadway productions. She ."">atl Cwweif et R.1" .,.. Ctf-
helped a friend make a recordingS ., .7 r.'_... NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS .j

"c: 118 it L LO DO.VIST. D. D.
S/ :Moody Bible lastitatt, Chicago
Pansies Crocheted in Filet
problems may well be

j \' by the Scripture.principles Man found is Romantic Lace-Skirted Design

.. ; the same as he always
...
sin and temptation to evil w
1 changed their outer trim Ii i
all, the Word of God
in its validity and effec
I v

I from him and his ex
I I that it is possible so to

the grace of God, that he
with our lives. That .
fact. Job was r j

I I I but he was a man who
IARIA."l SHOCKLEYfor 'ji i

I' and Good (1:1). 'jt
a radio show t
by impersonating liberal critics of the Bible
Judy Garland Phil Baker
; promptly
tried to that Job
engaged her to impersonate Katherine I II prove
; a real man, but other Scrip.
Hepburn on his show, and it clear that the words
there she was, in radio. Her bus- I ..re
a man" (v.1) states a
fctnd, "Bod" Ccllver, announces I Erek. 14:14 and 20;
'i
Tioad of Life."
:JI)
,
I
a man with a large fam-
Kent Smith will be the American I great flocks and herds, and
narrator in RKO's documentary, of business, and the hus- m v
"Hirohito's Children." Charlie father in a growing and
Young, "the man with 1,000 voices," o i 1 But in it all he
will be the Japanese narrator. The and a good, God
picture was assembled from con- man.
fiscated Japanese films. I
make excuses for their
-=1E-
to serve the Lord. They
The cast cf "The Gunfighters" : their business duties and
fically broke down the resistance of make it just about
Deputy Sheriff William Steele of I Others say that fam-
Coconino County, Ariz., and talked and responsibilities
him into playing a small part in the i I from service and wor-

l, picture. But the company headed the Lord. 5460 5495Treasure
by Randolph Scott, Bruce Cabot, of Job explodes
Dorothy Hart and Barbara Britton I ; and
excuses squarely
worked on him for nearly a month i ti. Lace
down"t with the fact that it is lyN
before | T ACE-SKIRTED and embroidered
he finally gave in and turned ; to live for God in the *-' -
actor. I s'+ I I figures worked in a romantic
the very circumstances i fashion. These
{ designs
-+-- t life.
i maKe unusual pillowcase or dress-
For "The Foxes of Harrow" eight !'
'er
scarf
decorations. Crocheted
and True (27:1-5)
technical advisers were engaged to
: lace
measures 4 inches deep in
coach Hex Harrison. lie had instructors Job had lost his property, the "skirt"
section
the edging
for the card and even his health I
sharp scenes,
carries out to the end of the pil
fencing, jumping horses, dancing his friends came to comfort Filet Chair Set Makes
Ilowcase. a most handsome
singing:, French and Irish dialects, they only added to his little \msy faces are and
DEAR sure-to-be-treasured
by accusing him of being
and jiu-jitsu! I in filet to make this gift!
what be
-;- i suffering only lovely and unusual chair set. So II a a ,
I easy to do and the set will look
Besides the usual of first To
quota j these verses is replying to obtain trurtii deacn. completcrocbeuac ,
aid men on the job during the shoot- note that in his ignorance :' so beautiful chair. on your best upholstered Romantic Lady infractions Oettgm for(Pattern bee on No th .>

tog of battle scenes for "The Man purposes, he accused God i f HJ) send 30 use to coin, your gam.adess *
rasa Colorado," starring Gleam cruel to him (27:2; .:11). I and pattern number.
Fwd William Holden and Ellen To obtain complete crocbettaf inttroetMos. Due to demand mat
later be
was to straight
Dthe filet chart aiaounu of materials cwrtnt aDE: man time ii
veterinarians were on with the Lord. speclM far the Pay Net Chair Set required a lew of DM
hand, to care for the hundreds of i t Pattern Ho. MM) and sa caste la cow. moat popular patterns.
kl0raes. now when he did not year acne ain aDd patten number.LifeSaving Send your order to:
1 God's dealings, and
i sick and destitute, he
SEWING CIRCLE
If you remember "Grass" and his integrity. He would ReelA SM Soot Well Si. NEEDLEWORK Cbicat T, QL
"King Kong" youTl know what to i! from the Lord, nor would Enclose 30 cents for Pattern.CRACKLE .
ejcpect! from Arko Inn off into wickedness. NoNa
a new company i I new device to save lives in
formed by Iftrian C. Cooper hotel fires is a reel of steel tape _
possible for to he
I
man
who a j
produced them, and John Ford. Adder
mounted
permanently on the win
and bruised and bewil-
I
They say they'll make unusual adventure : I
o -
dow frame. The of the
!o and still true to the Lord. | occupant
f pictures forget that! room fastens the tape under his
r <- arms, steps out into space anc is ,
Peter Lind Hayes came back to and Fair (31:19-23). lowered to the ground at elevator -
New York for the first time since o, : i been a rich man, but had I speed by the unwinding of tie : 1 H
his sensational) debut at the Copa- his own prosperity dun t reel. + 1 ;

c*bona last May, this time to make that he could not see the -. ------ ---- --
scents for his first starring picture his poor neighbor. lIe was I I

.fw Universal-International, "The : C those who, because they I I NAP! AND POP SXB / I IP
Senator Was Indiscreet." He also i T fed can see no point in aO e
discussed plans for the coming about the hungry peopJe i

Broadway musical, "Cross Town"to i
which he'll co-star with his settees is something very toe and !
wife. Mary Healy our imitation here. It M

-...- to take what we have as a

then Jean Her&helt. "Dr. Christian from the Lord, to be
." finishes translating the works and used by us. when we
of Han Christian Anderson, he recognize it as a matter of

plus to write his autobiography.based ip for the Lord. ?

en the diary he's been keepIng part of real moral integ ic
since he first armed in Holly. I the right use of posses
peed, in 1913. He's seen a lot of a man or woman who
things happen in those 34 years; it all the other tests with f R1C KRlSP E fs
should make interesting reading conies to grief at E
He'll illustrate the book with pen nut
and ink sketches.
t and Faithful (31: S e aw-u you get Americas IwrlUrke cereaL
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z the OM and only KtUoeft Rice Krbpie

A group of William Bendix fans were plenty of tempta- - -- ---
to Brooklyn have started a movement m Job's day, as there are
to have the "Where There'sLife" depart from the worship of
star named as "Mr, Brook- : God to other modes of
J' lyn," on the ground that he best

represents the characteristics of I p of the sun was com *
Brooklyn citizens. He's net a Brook; : Jeremiah U:1'7 shows

lynite! for generations.. In v
--"to- i shall we say of the world.
'. \( to astrology in our
Robert Young denies that this is : To Buy
a man's world. He works in "Three ,
!{ was the temptation to
1'- Were Thoroughbreds" st Columbia,
s then goes home to nice women-his gold. How up-to-date that
we not have millions who U. S. Bonds
Savings
wife, four daughters, a housekeeperand : "
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I only airman to perform ; A Job for a Lonely Woman . M .

t :<. the spectacular stoat o! gttdscg j jL jt.

,; through the air by means oC canvas I BeD Syndicate.: -WJIC rear**. 'f o t D

l : "wu gs" attached to his anna t' Ji i :fir
" It'" was Oem Sobn of Lansing Mich..

J says CoQier'c. At an attitude of

12.WO feet, he would jump from '

r a plane and swoop, bank and loop '

:. to within .:.001I feet of the ground.
'" finishing his fall with one or twe
;: parachutes.

After making some 200 of these r ,..

'. descents in two years. be plunged
to hn death on April 25, 193?: .

through the failure of both chutesto :. E 'j ,

open, before 100_ spectatorsat
an air circus in Vincennes.

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A flustered woman, her .-. ; t .
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full of packages. approacr .
department store fioora<.'. .t'

"Oh. dear' she said in ..,-

guished tone, "I'm looking i. r
husband. I was to have me: '..owat.ww.I tt + -

here two hours ago. I wonder :?
you have seen him" ,1

The floorwalker did his best tc could be Popular enough, erne of that mttly-pwmfd, fraying war,

look uMifing"Fiaiililj who pUf Wf, heed fppointiutnts tie btautj Parian, __urviuti, ...nitsyrw
I have, madam" be .

replied. "Is there any distinguishing J&.
characteristic: about him by By KATHLEEN NORRIS'THE
IEADERS NEEDED
which I could identify him" Creamed Tuna in Potato Nests:

After a moment's thought, a of CharmianI See Re. p** Bfi a
frightened expression came over story ..h intelligent, u-etf-of widow
I I : is not unusually ..As Min Norris' advice
thtwomaft'. face. for some First Aid for Lunch I
"He's." she replied hesitantly, I i as stories go today, OH booting really ahsorhmg, LYNN CHAMBERS' M NO

'1 imagine be's purple by now." and yet her letter is a very sad and useful c rur. She can oford "If only I bad a good list of main
., and she wants advice. Charmian 1 Chicken Loaf with
one, to devote herself to practically dishes and desserts for company
i
was a newspaper woman anything she u HI. Parttimeassistant hncheons," said a friend! of mote Mushroom Sauce

10 COOL BURNS I 25 years ago, when she made a e to charity drives, eon'mu recently "but it always seems I I Ii Green Peas with Peart Oniaai

SCALDS sensationally good marriage.Jim i get stuck with things and can't think Tomato Salad
CHAIINO $ty services end to on, are Orange-Honey Rolls Ptverafa
about
something the girls really
Lewis '
lneg BRA s voothinr OIKTlZENT and w tttthhr t was handsome pop- not tvcieKt to inlerttt this tigorout Jib" *Lime Q-.iffon:: Pie
fot ,: ular. rich devoted. He was
1U olesome ant1Upti'S ad nature i I killed in Flanders on November I alert woman who ttttd toft A gvv? solution for the above Recipe gwea.e .
aiding adication.Nothing etaslike i : in newspaper work. problem to keep a card file of
it-oothln? so comforting 8pleasant 10, 1918. just a few hours before
: Her daughter is mxrriod to 1t complete menus
for externally caused kin the fell silent.charmian's and pour into a greased loaf pa .
guns I )
natal t : for such occasions.
troubles. 25c. Get a package today..h offer and now lifts in :
Bake in
baby, Marie was Be certain a moderate (3depeelOven
Mexico.' Except for two monttst I for 35 minutes or untS irsm.Unrnpld .
well
Marie is
ban that mont now to try out the
;
whets Mrs. Leu-it wants to \
aad.
year carefully on platter
> married and living to Mexico.: Charmian foods before the
could live with them of this btr daughter, she bas nothing /b company date famish with parsley. Poor ......

chfldless : to do. Of count, she writes, .\ room sauce over loaf.Mushroom .
course, bat they are DO ... -. C'omes.alone so
excuse for her to boa awful grandmother 'i sbe could plunge into the useless .,.:..I you will be thoroughly Sas+e.
-and they are navy folk. Everyone I social attititj of bridge-playing ':-' familiar 4 tablespoons butter

knows that the navy is a club, ; and gossiping, but that doesn't with the preparation. 4 tablespoons Sow -t'p:

and outsiders always feel themselves interest her. and then everything will run tm caps mitt
outsiders And Ghanaian. is comfortably I smoothly. sZ teaspoon aH
Miss Norris adrists Mrs. Lewis i I
14
teaspoon paprika
rich so that she may have her I If you don't want to plan the menu ,
to enter politics and to to ? cooked .... j
try z asp or ra
home and
ran nicely kept may completely then select just the
make: herself a useful and busy per- work herself mp to a fuittttdominant : main dish and ftil is the salad and sndhsoems .

_on-if she sill.Bridge enough to wield tome !i vegetable with whatever is in..... Melt butter and. Mead wife ."aar j jb'
aC I roeOy constructive ,.... The and w.....*. Add milk .... ...
Tara It Khg
and Coinia."A a
ahd cook
over low heat __
merely metal life would be I need for imteOigemt, tnseffub in Potato Nests.Serves constantly, until thick and .......

quite possible and I ceoJd be p )guar ,, leadership is..,..,. The jemn ( ft) Add mushrooms aDd cook two oa0a: .
of those bead are critical. Evemts that 2 race aiIk &= ales Serve IdCJftl' tid
Unlike on old horse, on old enough: one nicery- longer. i ltgS
groomed graving women who play saf shape the future for generations 4 tablespoons ..ur loaf

engine ten be node young again Bridge. writes Charmian, "keep are just stead Women 4 1ftf)4IIIM tatter. -o-- La a Cmcffaa Pie

You can t IDGK a-. en .r.s: .:1 thr terra appointments in beauty parlors discuss j should take a bid, ioutmmit H teaspo<< salt 1' ...... J lIRa aallavasati
get
but you can look at the exhaust. If it : servants movies, styles. Or I I Miss :\ rris. and try to save what 1-K teaspaMi pepper .*

m ufct it bums a lot of oil and probably rould marry again, hut I somehow is best im our cirilliz leut H teaspoon Warcestersiwre I* cup can water

SJGGOX. new Scaled Power PisfuaRB can't consider either way seriously. t i waleI 4 eggs, separatedH
: B. ..There' a Seated PMMT Riae Jim and I had only seven' months I taps cinard .... tai teat**** salt "

Set spectficcfiy eacmered far your ctr. together, in an. Bat'they're going to leged citizen of the greatest country' 3 tabtespeuas the.poi piesieato 1 cap agsr -'! -
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truck: or tractor easjiar, wbIiIna' the test me for life. the world ever has kDDwD.I H rap day oem caps 4 taMesewBS stow }ire
Scald milk in double boiler. Make
make, soodd, or cyGnda tear ooodi- "I'd like to go back on the oldaewspaper. | Critical Tlsoes.j a paste of the melted butter and Green eeiering
But at 44, rich. weB- Orated rind of 1 force line
ties* SM your SaIled Pbteer FlwkciuwPrrftr.9 j And you :younger women you flour aDd add to hot milk, stirring 1
g You have to need a newspaper { you and teachers : pk
young nurses cook 15 Flake
and minutes.
I ;
Seal a postal for ifto- fob to with the strain of it. IiabUe Soften gelatin in cold water. Place
put up how about ? Do
J realize that
mix
tread mfortn tive new you you ton fish into large pieces and in topf double boiler. the
booklet on 7 mji tc UTe .::::: .:: in every drive charity projCt ;: the things that affect the next generation with white sauce. Add pimiento and egg
oiL It' fire lOAd awoMftyClUlotaofmoocy } that comes up: Red Cross can- ; have moved out of the 1D8IIbrooma.i yolks, 4 of the sugar salt lane

Seated Poser Corp rer. tuberculosis community chest !I hands of Granny and Mammy and i Potato Nest,: Peel 4 medium- juice and rind. Cook over boiling
water until thick
Dept W62. Mu Russian, China tornado relief. I dear Teacher? That tremendous sired potatoes Cut into tiDy strips \
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ReClO.Ibdl. suy tickets for everything. But aB ; forces afoot and smooth stIr. t
are whose action will lengthwise.! Heat in a small amount i
!
ring cocstant
this leaves me profoundly unsatisfled. affect us an. and <
i perhaps undo what of tat but do not brown. Remove -
INDIVIDUALLYSEALED \ know that if I ? aged into Remove! from "
1 we've been building since the world- from fat sprinkle with salt and arrange ''
ENGINEERED something even book-binding. laavuape |shaking, days of Washington and in nests inside large muffin heat, stir and in gelatin s I
? study stamp coQectmg.: rd I Uefferson? cool. ;T ) '
tins. Press potatoes firmly; i gainst When I'
slightly
.-. ,'rk out. But which shall
rr.'WI"8V Just
now and then
sides of and bottom. Bake fa
you young pan a thickened, fold in '> I
POWER : b( must be free to visit Mary wives, to with Bill and Bob to a hot (4t0 4egree) oven'for 15 mtautes.
-\ sear Call that two moo.... stiffly beaten egg whites to which
c political meeting, read aa occasional Serve hot tuna fish mixture: in crisp,
-. remaining sugar has been added. II
/PISTON f the other tea I
RINGS newspaper article form
an hot potato nests. Turn mixture into baked pie shat
Enter FrtiHrt. Gp I OD. This will be a true serviceto Lattice Rlwtorb Ke.
Hit IM Wt tNWNtt'i aDd chill Im refrigerator tot ass.boor. .
America a service without coat
Pastry
i SfST IM pi* iNtWIS tCharrnian:: IT1 answer you or sacrifice It Spread or late wbi0ped I'
in 1Cyears
may save you 2 cops rut aa rfcaaarb .
te.- what I'd do if I were cream over top. !
:> g you --in 20 years-from the bitter: Flour ;
A-hoie I A simpler combination thaa ..... :
5 Generation younger as yea and terrible
sacrifice
that this Joyous 1
are and had the me.to do it. M little cup scgar I Ij of the two given thus far is this' ace
SUFFERERS! nursery of yours wtould Line with Wash I
KIDNEY pie pan pe.-rv
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;o in for politics-and how! I think have to face in of baked tomatoes and banana taits
another
rhubarb
war. and peel : cut: :r. maUi
any own one resentment of the en- j I Baked Stuffed Tomatoes.
74% BENEFITED rroaching years is mat I was born i pieces. Flour (Serves ,)
Pla lic : until they -
Tableware pieces
-?.eanscal test by rKopizH nest a little too late for it = Is =- I C medium sized tomatoes
N.Y. renarell orgasizatleaA Tested : are quite white. Hi cops shrimp or crab meat
If ever the greatest country in the by Army men add sugar. ;

Musts, ten.sassriM..... tu1.t fNa. IcDaoI's tt t vMn at.bwd world needed honest servants it is f ; Mix well and I flaked
Preliminary
.IIKUI..._ut.ucw- .o.........,.., J.6t.e1.M.osbo today. If ever we needed level I tests of army tableware in P ** cop thick cream sauce
'1:mtuuiattd bde.rs .at do...rnu.attl cbpoJIo' made of: molded plastics tad place pastry- I H teaspoon mustard
coot aw a.........-W vt..t.u.4;....... rteads in Washington it is right i cate that these items have lined tn. Cover II
!1"taw,ett. Fotay hilnl.o l ooU ) n.rat m aow. If ever the muddles that men l mans wi&lattice strips t. I I 1 teaspoon salt !
.. j advantages over chinaware dishes r: "
UM vu it'; w head o< borwa Fine bread crumbs
t..__ ink t.4"tit ay Si tuft m-ttwd. have made of international affairs, j, for military purposes. Eventually : of crusts and : i.
trot. -..Tvcmj aen.N gtksr.laofUwtwcs6t > labor' problems juvenile control, I Butter
Jrwn thv f c ToirrTO these dishes will probably be used bake in a 450-
or* ar 'i ( Paprika
..
She L" 'I">I.tnaUU"... national policies were crying aloud I
; in homes too. degree oven for JO rr.M--tt-s: t'::e7 ir.
atni eadtl..fartuaead.a ..t7.tCSLk : Scoop out tomato ceaters and satx
for the touch of a woman's band I
Plastic a 425-degree oven for 30 minutes.
VOVK MONEY BACK. bowls and plate
cups
half the pulp with shrimp '
firmly holding a maternal slipper-it are undergoing tests at army hospitals A combination of yellow and green i meat cream sauce and or crab'I'I
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is now. We want leaders pitifully, is attractive for workirg into
at Camp Lee, Va., and in a a Fill tomato shells with mixture. Coyer
cruelly. desperately. Perhaps you quarttnnastu. : luncheon combination, especially
rated restaurantNow I
tops with fine bread crumbs, dot ,
are one Perhaps you can help pot the when it involves favorites like I
quartermaster corps is i with butter and sprinkle with
SPECIALBARGAINS No paprika.
and into office.
good men women
chicken and lime chiffon pie!
conducting research into
did his plastic Bake in a hot (450-degree)
soldier at the front ever
molding materials aad processes in Chicken Leaf With Mushroom Sauce. oven for 23 minutes.
country a nobler service than yon j the search for products that will (Serves <) Baaina Cream Tarts. j

can, if you will. meet high 2 diced cooked chicken
I military reqoriremeDts.I cups (Serves <) i
The plunge into politics for awoman !I Plastic: articles produced: for civil 1 cup soft bread crumbs 4 bananas I

the pedals of is apt to be a trifle grimy. ian use often do not have sufficient *4 cup chopped, cooked celery X tablespoons sugar

WHEN Y Y merchants you see announced The practical start is to watch: the impact: strength and abrasion resistance 2 tablespoons. finely chopped H teaspoon vaailla extract

our papers for announcement of a po- the low water absorption pimieat *i cap waippiag cream
in the column of this paper titical meeting or rally and attend rugged design, and resistance to extremely 1 tablespoon mired parsley I baked tart shells

you can depend on them. They it. If delegates to some larger meeting high and low temperatures : H teaspoon salt t tablespoons shredded eacanvt

mean bargains for TOO. are solicited and they usually needed in military items. The army U teaspoon paprika Toll sugar and vanilla into

'! A They are offered by mounts:: I ire volunteer for that service. Get hopes, with cooperation of the plastics J eggs, w1 beats whipd cream. Slice bananas Into

who are not afraid to SITKTITVH I :into a committee, or head a delegaj industry to develop materials 1 cup milk tart shells. Cover at once with
their the quality j I tines and learn how simple the business for use in rich items as buttons 2 UMetpoMU latter *r ckickea whipped cream and garnish with
prices or j of state management is. and sunglass frames, waterbag faucets fat I coconut
of the merchaadise. thee offer. I again to oWl TOUT weight as a privi- crash helmets Combine .
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GLADES COUNTY June Rain Exceeds Company and recently elected presi- with that kind of a man In the:
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\ I +t dent of Rotary International. Kenis Governor's chair

DEMOCRAT Average For Month close to the Caldwell administration -

He is a member of the The United Press repotted last .-i'
MOORE Too Late To
HAVEN FLORIDA .
'_- -- I Weather Man States Classify State Road Board, headed the week that. Attorney Gederal T.a "J
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II i I Governor's Committee on Watson was formally removed. :-i
Entered a. econd-cU matter. May. :
I. 1127 at the Pottofnce at Moore \ more recent report from Mr I Ry RUSSELL KAY I tion and has a long aad Educa-\\ attorney for the school board, aa4 "-t"!".
Haven Florida under the Act of civic and political leadership replaced bAttorney Julius 3'.
ord of
Congress of March 1. 18JTPBblUkrd \ Flanders observatory at the lock Ij : _:
showed that during the six months I Those interested in seeing him enter -: Parker of Tallahassee

ending Jane 39 31.41 inches oft the race think he would command ,,
11 Although the Democratic primates -
Eterr Friday Hj ,
THE GLADf 1'RI\TIXG CO. Int. I rata had fallen, with a total for the I of 1:MS are still A long way the solid support and back- iEOR YOUIt I7. :,
CARR SETTLF, PuMUfcrr full mouth of June set at 15.f 02 off those busy little bees that makea I tag of civic clubs aad groups I tilt,js: (l
II throughout the state. They say that -
the ..
-____ inches With evaporation for business of buzzing in political I I n.:
n 1 same period of the current year at bonnets are beginning to swarm,I he is a forceful and aggressive
tubirrlptUa Baled I 26.63. this left plus or ex-I I speaker, a sound thinker and would I! 'lOW N1CKrt.'
only a
one Tear _____ _ ___ IMI: and folks who like guessing gamesare admirable ONLY A
fall of 4.81 inches. make an governor My
__ ____ __ __ cess chewing their pencils and working -
U .th is is too busy with
June unusually wet month guess Guernsey: 1 71'
I.J\\ was aa out dope sheets. \OTI .. of KLEC'TIOVoTlt
i If there's anyone ia the area who Rotary duties to consider a guber- -..
The spotlight of course, is on theGovernor's ,
doubts this information, it may be natorial race at this tiau XI h 's h< rtO% .I\- n thu Proclamation -
race. Attorney General I ff J..m 1..t"l and ;.. herein -
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heard the of Representative
I've also name
\ added that 12.83 inches fell between
Tom Watson didn't fool around r uhli ii-H t>, the t'ty \>mm* sionr ;
Juae 1 and Jane 26 at the Moore I J. B. Odham mentioned : (' of Ms t.re na",, n. Florid i. calling '--jIy.
STUFFby Haven lock ...-.tbMobIIervattoD' waiting to see who would or several times While old timers 1 "i 'i. n.'ral Muntrip.il Election to b* 'ter
wouldn ran but, confident of his hi>I Id '4t the office of the <;iv Clerk
station. This, Weather Observer may view him as a political upstart on Honda>, the 2tth day of July, 1144. :1j
own position, marched out oa the he made a for the of electing cry men
Flanders, in charge of the station. and Joaanieometately. purpose .,
TillIIYST.'ItER political springboard and dived ia her of the City Commission to Ml the
points out is an excess of 3.22 tremendous impression on a lot of \acam "u".d bt the expiration of' fI/>
inches head first. Fuller Warren has, ordinary, run-of-the-mill citizens the term uf Mack Gr.ne 3':
never stopped running. He missed who admire his courage and forth- Another question may bv placed on t
the
Flanders stated that this is the ballot for approval or disapproval
Speaking of weather. June camethrough biggest rainfall for June dace the I' the second primary ia 1949 by a rightaess rYe never met the maa .>f the levy of an additional a4 va- .-
of rala it Whfteaair Anyhow lortMB tax, not to exceed 4 Bills, proceed ,.;,;:;
with a bumper crop year so often called "The Big hair--or was a but am informed he baa a vote- of which ..nto be used et--
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tafe year, tke first time since 1936 Splash," 1936 when on the 16th a tot of folks contend that getting personality that cannot be elusively for the BWlBtwwBce of a .n
he made it he would have defeated water control crates within and adjacent -
With draiaage ditches running near had discounted While politicians look ,
the rain fell 8.49 inches ia a.single to City of -. J!{
tike top, with pumps going night and day The Calooaahatcbee reversed Holland. oa him as "poison" the man on the D' C Maven. !:

day, tad Lay field in the area which gives 1947 aa excess of a :' Both Watson and Warren are street doesn't and a lot of folks< MACK I'. f AALN GREENE, ,, :

without drainage afloat and popa- little over 312 inchea la 1936 able campaigners They will set think Florida w'11d' ht' *, U s-nul I ,,,,\ J ', 1 1\ ..'
latod with catfish and gar instead the the pace and make the welkin ring
the 14.59 Inches thae fell gave
oT cattle and hogs and with Jut month a plus 4.98 inches of fall, so long and load that other contenders $

crop about of every clouds day on producing the horizon a, new aad its but flow.years aad between ran back 1936 Into and the 1947 lake making will themselves have a heard difficult Both time> l''I HEREFORD BRINGS WORLD'S HIGHEST PRICE ;JI

eload that aren't kidding, but for the following 14 days. Oa June men have a large aad loyal following '- I

really mean basiaess when it cornea I 13 and 14 9.3 J inches of rain fell' Labor or that portion of it I ,

to rainfall; with all this going on Breaking the first 26 days of i which Is controlled by union leaders .. -r.

behind our backs the weatherman last month down it was learned can be depended upon to appose I I '

at Moore Haven locks adds insultto that one inch fell on June 1, and Watson bitterly. But they I __ :

iajary by tile understatement that the following tea days were "fair polled their full strength against I -o
him last time to no avail and the I X
JaDe wet month! "
was au unusually and warmer. Oa the 11, 39 inches '
Mr. Flanders, who is the fellow whogoea cane down and on the 13 .40. fiery Watson figures he can din i ?
count this opposition and still win
out every day at 8 a. m. to Flag Day June 14 was fairly wet .

lad out if and how much it has with 1.24 inches falling. but oaly a Warren greatest handicap is the

raised arias the p st1 hours quarter inch fell the following day. fact that folks are not inclined to /

has been oa the Job for a good many On Jane 16 it really rained, with take him seriously They like to _
hear him talk abut they inclined -
arc
years and really knows his Muff 2 30 inches high for the month at .t?

when it cones to isobars and all the lock station The 17 wasn't so to view him as a Comedianand "ji.

the other various weather gadgets bad with only .n inches but the a showman to te cheered and

they nee around a weather obser next day it clouded up again and applauded but not voted for In :

vatory. But It seems to me that let go with 292 iaeae The next spite of this handicap however

this tiMe be has slipped a little. two days saw ,29 and .j 4 inches Warren has a strong and loyal following ,:::
that will back him all theI"
Unusually vet iudeed'! That would respectively a mere drizzle compared .;.

be very math like old Noah poking to the 16. Jane 21 saw 1.55 .,. -

his bend through a porthole and inches aDd the 22, 1.03. Apparently -I" It is a safe bet that Watson and
will not be the only on-
aayiag to bteMelf, or a neighboring satisfied that the section had
Others hear mention
giraffe .H.-.-.! A little shower sufficient rainfall for the time being you ,.
ed with ever increasing frequencyare : -<
the rain tapered off to 04,
Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce -
Let's cone right out with it, Mr I 04, and 73 for the last three days
former Speaker of the House His ""
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Flanders Let's say "Jane was until the 26
definitely wet!" or "June was doggoned I One nice thing about the whole record is good. He is a veteran Gras CaampM "... ." briars world's btffcttt price pU by C. K. Rrw, ;
and commands the respect of solid- Manufacturer GeM Da4y Clactric pars (upper right) at Btrmmf da**
1IE'or "June was d- affair was that daring the entire thinking citizens. He would un- Aa..al Fat Stock Slow Tin steer was 4**.h4 t* t... Caster Dm ayRw.
(what was that other word that month there wasn't a day that the doubtedly have the full blessing of TUtottt shins cantor is 4-H Cl.b **mb.r J. LM Alley wW a*.
started with'D1 that I had In mind) I sun didn't chine at least a little the Caldwell administration which tbit4 tie steer rxcirmf a kiss teem his MHnr, as Gas Awtry wto
wet." while during the day. That Is one --... the steer leeks sa.
would probably prove a handicap
Mind you, 1 know that the life of thing so confusing to a newcomerto rather than an adventage Grand Champion of the Birmingham Alabama JianufacturIDI Ocmpe.nf.

a weather man has its difficult mo this section It rains so hard Alabama Annual Pat manufacturers Gem De.nd1J3ee-

ments. Every time it starts to rain that It appears to the stranger thatat Down Miami way they are talk- Stock Show set a world record trie Butter Churns for farm use.

somebody is always calling up and least four drops of rain are ing about white George of Smathers Florida's Gold political price for polled Hereford steers The steer was donated to the Can
asking why the weather man doesn'tdo occupying the space where only one hope according to announcement made
Coast. to bis winning cer Drive by Hew, who 1* known aa
something about It. There's go- drop should be. The rain comes They point by H. L Herbert editor and pubthe "Chum

ing to be a wedding at two o'clock down BO hard and so thick it seems personality his ability a ra cam- of International Polled 1t1ng"Uber -
and contend that if South -RoOo" was exhibited by 4-$
and here it is one thirty and all this that at least ten feet of water must paigner Hereford Magazine. 5
behind him Club members J. Lee and Lawrence
to .
rain is going to raise cain with the be falling but only a few inches Florida were get Grand Champion" "brought

plans and the girls are going to and a few tenths actually are registered solidly be would win in a walk. But $5.06 on the auction block. Previous Alley of Midway, BuOock County. *'
unfortunately. South Florida, or Ala. The total price $5,373.30, will
get their pretty gowns all muddiedeven on the rain gauges. One world record was more than
if it stops right off and how visitor seeing a tropic rain for the any other section for that matter 400. The world's highest price be used by the boys for a college ,,-iE

long to it going to keep up. Willit first time is said to have hurriedto can seldom be counted upon to go was paid by C. R Ben, President. I education, .::

stop in time BO they can hold off the nearest weather station to solidly for any candidate Had

the wedding half an hour or willit see with his own eye what the they done so for Ernest Graham he

keep UD all the afternoon Then gauge registered, and finding it far might be Governor today. Some

oa the other hand, if it does stop below his estimate, carefully folks would rather have revenge -
in time the to make than a governor and vote that way
for the wedding Mr. Corn- examined gauge sureit
VITAMIN'D'oHOMOGENIZED
tasate the big farmer of the section wasn't leaking Former House Speaker Richard

beats up the telephone with a It may be interesting to note that II Simpson of Moaticello is being

complaint that he hasn't enough this is the first yMr'Me 1936 that strongly urged to run If he does MILK

rain for his crops, and why did the the rainfall for the month of Jane McCarty won't They are close

weather man shut It off so soon and has not been deficient. Normal friends and this is understood It

after all, the needs of the taxpayer rain for the month is 9.61 Inches, looks at this writing that Simpson GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK

must be considered and on and on. have fallen behind in mean fall. will hold off and possibly run

I tell you It keeps a weather man for Commissioner of Agriculture Home Delivery or Available At Your

hopping from one shut-off valve to Dick Pope famed Aqua-Maids of should Nathan Mayo for any reason

the ether lust aboat all the time. Cypress Gardens were featured in chooee not to run Simpson is Grocery or Drug Store

tryiag to keep everybody pleased five pages of Life magatine last eminently qualified for the post of

t What this country needs ia addition week bringing Florida additional agricultural commissioner He is a SINGLE OR DOUBLE CREAM
valuable publicity. Thanks to the successful nurseryman and long
: to a five cent cigar and afire
work of Wizard Pope Florida is years in the legislature gin him a
teat: piece really north a nickel
eves a plugged one, is weather kept in the national magazines the thorough. kaowledge of state affairs Maudis DairyPhone

yatew within reach of everybody. year rouad
Two State Senators with long and
Swan saaart dock will come along
able records of legislative service 176FLAMINGO
swat day with a good working ourselves Let's get busy aad get
would like to eater the raci One.
model of a weather bureau that this idea into the practical stageas
Senator Walter W. Rose of Orlando -
really works, aDd if he can find financial soon as possible. After all. only
former president of the Sen-
backing for his idea we fools and tourists predict weather
He to able .
ate. and aggressive.Some
may get .....,lIere. What a woacferfat here and everybody talks about it, I
contend that he is too aloft. .....- -- -
Wag it will be when we but nobody does anything about It. I
I that be caa't get down to the com -
can step oat to a little hat in the and all that. Let's atop talking and
I moa man, but obesrvers who have
backyard and tarn oa our weather]|I really do something.
watched Rose for the past few

years don't agree The Senator Is

a lot better mixer than he used to

be and would run a much better

campaign in 1948 titan ,be might \

Get the Habit of Shopping at have run a few years back
The other Senator is John E

Matthews of Jacksonville Fiery

and aggressive John would make

The his presence in the rate felt His t

Ia health would prove a bandit ap anda DAIRY FEED ,

"FamilyDept. I FortMyers strenuous campaign would take I I
a lot out of him Rat he is ri bed

and has a way of coming "U,,'k. a'
I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
his political opponents well knowIf

: a he were to eater the race be II

Store" Fla. would stir up a lot of feeling on I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

the subject of "White Supremacy'ia
which he to a firm believer FOR SALE IX TIllS AREA AT DEHYDIIA1INQ PLANT IX

Another Jacksonville man is frequently MOORE HAVEN .::',

Easy Terms Purchases $10 More mentioned although those -
on
or doN to biai insist that he is not WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) g

BUY FROM OUR C.\T.\LOG-Onr 10OOOO Items I', interested and weald not consider MOORE HAVEN, FLORID ;h..
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H-C C C C C C C Dee c c C C D a a C a a c a 0 a C a a a c c c a a 0 a a 0 a :+r penait. vation."
Church Services i
| Sundayi I The aba were Sampson Dixie i Tne suit is by mutual agree- :,

i I t At Lakeport 'Junior Cypress Willie Frank Ear- j meat he said. "Beth agencies 1 .1

: icy Jumper Morgan! Smith, Jimmiej realise the imposaibility of tunenrtman -

PERSONAL and SOCIETY Late I (> Little Tiger Tail Frank tioaiag effectively uader coaittctJ I
Rn V. G. Gilbert from '
Hi Billie and Little Charlie ( ing H<< at1ou. Both the omwer-
'I' Walt's known locally as the "fl>-i!
l serviiesroOta. -I vatioa -.rt-t... tile com.

ing preacher will conduct I! ___ mianoa are aaxkms to teat the validity

-.-. ,--.- -, . . ,v-, .-.-.- '----"yyo---. . .Vt..r.. ? Sbs)9 ir.dKO4 I t at day the afternoon Lakeport July school 6. at house 3 0. : Dredging. And Levee f of these laws, so that a vary

Mr and Mr Douglas Clark were1!4 i Mr. and Mrs R. D. Lyons spent I II His sermon topie..iII bt The I Revetment To Start I coaIaIq and chaotic aItucIea ..'
Moore Haven over the week-end i I be clarified as quickly aai sorpibfe.
ia '
the week-ead in Miami Their Lord' Sw.Ner. Bible School ..ill''
i i The case will be hesM befog
I IClt"isloII daughter Evelyn returned to Moore i convene at 2 oclock! with Wendell Late This Month
I j Circuit Court Judge Back M.
C. C. Kl1ltU... takea to the Raves with them Click as superintendent Tay
I t oa July 11. .
Hospital Friday
I All of the young people Christina1G I
Today Mil of comptatat marked
Mr. and Mrs. Pledger ol Cedar- Interested ia attending
COl.Uu.. E. Teals district t'IItbe second time in a week the eomaussion
Nail
Mrs of dewavtoa
Conaaily town Ga.. armed Tuesday to \-iml service ramp are asked to be present -
gineer work will get underway on has moved to estatlUh the
!
visited in Moore Haves MoadayMr ,
their daughter. Mrs Vernon Bales at these services
i maintenance dredging and reset. tunsututioaattty of the aaries dWOPAM'i
I and _r. Bales. I
and jr, R. J. Abern spent CUB WILL HOLD ment on the levee'oa Lake Qkee- :{* commercial fishing bills aaaved by

ahoVri i iJiauaze chobee late in July. A contract for! the 1M7 leP atve. Last week
Sunday in Mr and Mrs Frank Woolen and P.\ltTY ix tiEJ"2'II3IBtR
'I dredging in the vicinity of Monet I tue agency asked the Cisdss County
children of GuUport Miss. arrived f
Wilson bridge has been> awarded the Palm circuit court to declare the "na
Dun and Margie Satacdav for visit The WOMB'S Club of Moore
with )fro
a and
in Miami 11 Beach Dredging Co. at.. ......-1 penalty" bill invalid and to ra-
Cram spent Sunday Mrs: Joe Van De VeldeMr Have aaaoaaced today .lans for a
toed coat of '%4.1". j strata members of Okeeekjakea Com-
Tom Breaaeman radio pm
Clear Brothers Coastructioa Co.. mercial Fi eraea..
AauoesatioB
I. R- late and Richard took!
: and MsL.. M Lilly. Rev. September at the Woman; Club
received an award of contract for I from netting and selttac hook valet ...
1i Tale to Lakeland ,
rs Monday. and Mrs John Moore and daagh !" 1Ji14inl.
ee revetment work Bear. Okee- ter flak.ehohee .
where she is attending school ;I ter Phoebe spent Sunday afternoon The exact date of this meeting
The contract provides for j
--:- I Ida I Okeeckokee. will be announced later ne no peaalty kill fTT.pts eon-

Rowena speer and children sad! furnishing and installing about 1.-1 i' mercial fishermen OB TTifr OIDM-

.I 206 tons of nprap stone ta eroded chew and Ute St. J...' Mimi'
her brother A. J. Sheppard left Dr. D. M Draughu who .
confined -
was Former
Newsman Is
with c0. filter
areas. toM of from pnnishmeat nader co.an
a trip Wednesday to Arcadia hospital Tuesdayis ,
blanket material being provided by lion regulations.
reported m improved' condition Leaving For Army the government for placement bv:
Frances Hardy aDd son Larry returned -: and to expected back ia Moore Haven the

visit ia the Sunday West from aa extended within the lien few days. Harold Misellt-son of Mr and contractor- I I Highlights of Proposed

Mrs. Owes E Muelle, who spent L. A. Storey of Sugar Act of 1948
Sins Stalls made a trip to Vero 1\1ontana'I'{
three and a half years in the United : -
Mr clad Mia. J. W Adkias left
Beack Satarday last to bring Peggy _
States Mary during the recent Wins Recent Contest
Wedaeaday for a vacattoa ia Colorado Stalls and Miriam Nail home The :
war emerging with a rating of The bill. the proposed Sugar Act

two young ladies had been visiting. AMM/ 3c .announced this morning With Oldest Truck I of 1
there for two weeks. i 5ugar't of 165 very closely The
that he has accepted a rating of
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Charles Bowman and from
party I sergeant in the United States trait The national and division winners principal differences from the 19X7
Fort Monde spent the week-ead ta Rev joha A. Moore, Fred Jenk Air Corps t Act relate to (1) the standards. far
of the "Search for Oldest Track
a Moore Haves, and enjoyed Ute ttskMr ins. Sion Stalls Walter Bellamy, i setting annual coasaaiptioa estimates
Sgt Micelle Tuesday Wed
i spent contest. sponsored by the Chevrolet
.
Mack Greene Jimmy Doll Wilson I (sectiaa 201) and die
nesda> and Tharsday of this week division of General Motors was aaaoBBced (2)
Mr and Mra Rate Williams Mr establishment aid revmioa of
quotas
in Boca Raton arranging the rat-
this week by Hab Spooaer
and Mra Lee Pippin and two Mrs C. C. Klatts. Jim Wood
and I ing, and will leave hr Kessler (sectioas 282I -%").
local Ckevroiet dealer
moo, Jerry and Keith of Frostproof, ard. ....... Oaatt Louis Cosnp- I
... sawing the week-ead with Mr toa. Kenny Mwrdoek, Lee Hancock I eor.J.Field at CuUport. Miss. Monday Leslie A.. Storey, Jordan MenThe bill also provide that (1))>>

had Mrs. Fred Jeakias.Mr and Calla WkMdea epeat Wednesday I .. taaa won the National eoateat with tke S&rtary of Agricutturw pafcUakta
The sergeant is a former m ma 1918 oae-ton truck and Charles the FEDERAL RB8I5YBK! a

evening eajoyiag the fishing her of the staff of the Glades L. Demar of 2710 birth St. Nona. statement of the bases of oaaaideratioas -
and Mrs A. C. Tttlery sad
at Hardy Peat CaaalJL II
tasafly and Mrs. Richard Roth and County Democrat St. Petersburg was the contest wta- I upon which detetmiasttoBs

aer ia the Jacksonville division with with respect to quotas sad payments
sea Phillip of Oak Creek Colorado I
T A REMINDER
arrived ia Moore Haven Wednesdayto I New Patrolman Takes a Ins Canopy track are made; (2) the separate BBB-

pension by the President. aa
spend a visit of a few weeks Have you paid your pit dge forth
; Over Duties Here emergency of illisil i fiBssaiplhiii
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with Mr. and Mrs David Shaw / immlng pool fund I New InJunction-
II sugar limliaUoas, aad (S) tile domestic -
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sugarcane and angst keetCofttteued
Patrolman John Collier torments
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Jaiie (P.''rfil llII8 Ilritlu I stationed Deer his duties at Fort as Mi'local era. has Highway taken serration department woald assume

Patrolman in this area following control of all fishing oa the two I'OK >.\L1/-Easv Mangle JT5...

Of A. J. TffVfCiewistoB ''I'. .lr. Saturday the transfer July 1. which brought pound inland levy bodies on and all fresh collect water a ceat-a-fish Can be seen at Foster Cleaners

him to Moore Sacra. and seat Patrolman Itp
taken by commercial Betters.A
best and G. N. Pitaten A. W. Miller to Wanchala
( News) ther as man constitutional ameadmeat.however .
Patrolman Collier made several FOR \LB-lt4S .. Z
ta. aa impressive wing cere-I and Phil Thielen were ushers gives the Game sad Freak la.rfl .
unofficial visits to his new territory room HoBue TralHr, eIII-
noaj sad nuptial mass, Mas Jeanne The bride's mother. Mrs D & Water Fish Commission power to
t earlier in the week to familia dHiou New tires. 2 4.
Sleeks or
VXefQ' iaaaaw the bride of A. J. Tompkins of La Belle. chose aa regulate the taking of ail fresh
rise himself with the See Roeeoe Harris rkmdta, Fla.Itp..
her of district.water
.TUetee *. JT.. OB SMurday moraiagat MBa crepe and corsage was fish
.. A.r J. Tkieleu. Sr Patrolman Vlller has served in .
ar4Bias Mrs .
8 O'clock at St. Margaret CatkMe .
this section for the past 18 swathe, Ia asking for aa iajaaetlee. the .
Ch.Mh. The 4oaaie ring ereBMay mother of the groom also wore a do'a commission charred that under the

and the nuptial attss was read corsage of gardenias and her gown making deal many Meads maintain aid tile high three existing fegislatieBS "it is impossible' FOR >.%LB-S room house with

by ftev Peter J. Reilly and mass was a rose flowered wrtat great of to the highway patrol. it to effectively discharge five acres of grouad, feawed good
reputation
atrvei ay" Essay and Timer Pow A wedding breakfast followed at law ttafor constitutional sties. water and electricity Term W.
by
He is held in high regard
era. Tie soft light from the tapers jUte ClewMoa Ina The bride, table enforcement officials and the cltIIs a statement to the press. Earl E Caseidy Moore Haves Box 154.

gfsw ... oa the altar heantttallyhonked. i was beautifully decorated with a in general in the D Farr of Punta Gorda, attorney

with white asters white''I I floral arrangement of white asters tens where he served for a : for the commission emphasised that I

gladioli and fern tuberoses gardenias aad fern and half and it i Is with r eo.--I today's reuest for injunction was!

Muptial musk was played by Miss, the mantle was banked with fernas girt that they saw him "ia no sense an antagonistic move Mark R. Tennant

Nora OilMhT and Miss Geneva. a background for white gardenia toward the State Board of Confer I
----
Tkialea, sister of the P'OOEMal: and tuberoses The white tapers Un-au. 4

Jekakerts .Ave Maria before tk ia crystal holders had white gardenias Blish Greer And Seeking a good sound logical''
I' Real Estate Broker
service and "Hotker At our Fee; tied at the base The wedding Randall citrus program the Florida Farm
Carol !
to Kaeeliag daring offertory oi". cake was one tiered with a Bureau is asking citrus grower GLADES corvnr LAVDS

white roses After the member of the organization to submit -
die mass.Mms frosting of Join Air Corps
ol[ breakfastof plans and ideas so that the be st 807 Congress Bldg MUmt. his
Anne Jabaly, godmother q, toasts ia champagae a
her maid olhoanr t grilled ham eggs.rose ideas can be worked into \ rrrfar,
tale ..... atteaAed as fruit CUP
Blish Greer and Carol Randall for the indL'tM'
I and
ice
and was gowned ia French fries, rolls cream

awraumette with raffled boBiaeckttee t wedding cake was served Attending two LaBelle high school student

,.I left Monday for Boca Raton after
and with tiny bows scat the breakfast were: )lr. aDd

land ever the bodice sad skirt Mrs. A. J. "....... Jr.. Rev. 'Peteraid Joining the array air corp on June COMPLETEReUpholstering

fla wore a JaHet cap of white J. Reilly Mr and Mrs A. JTkieiea .124.
Bush is a son of Mr and Mrs
wirttalBt elbow ...-. l dO'". Min p Sr.. Mr aad Mrs W A. Walter Greer of North LaB -ll.- while and ReConditioningof

Jakaty carried a Boascay of pinatlten k O'Neill. Mrs. D. C TolD"" .... Mr
of Mrs Stet! :
Carol is a son F.anI
and tuberoses. tied with Dine and Mrs Doan Hiae. Mra. H T dall of Lakeland and Hend- Furnituresiir

tulle Vaughn Mrs Ann Deaa Mra. Isabel p.an-I
clan Of Moore Haven
The rings were .eras to the alt*r t j Powers, Mrs Frances Stroud Mrs Randall spent thehere a ,rd OVER T\nx>nFn TO HT

Phil TaMea, Jr.. BOB of Mr. amVia. Tkieiea Sr, I
by I! Mr Bad Mrs Philip with )lr. and Mr (;'fMr and

Phil ThWea. Suron a whit.e Mr and Mrs Daaae Thieleu Mrthe and MrR L. W \\hid1 -, aQ I Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Owner

mm.tm co csaled within Tkieiea, Mies LY1I I .
pfllow and Mrs Bay
to be with her son h>fr. !l. : ft I

petals of two rooes Vaughn Miss Goaeva Tkieiea. MiMora I for camp L. C. Miller, Assistants

Lyn Vaughn daughter of Mr. aw I I \ Oc-br. Miss Mada Thielen I

Yes H T. v...... as flower girl 1'1 Phil Tfcieleu. Jr., Bob O'Neill. Bar ;' la"IOJ'n ;$14 !? O ('EOL.\

scattered the.... petals from < old Roland and Adrian Thielen Florida Indians Must ,

basket designed like a laS e rteMrs. outfit I
Thielen going away Get Driver's Licenses
La were ,n oft the a.... Cploa, was of pink won with white ac I A.w_

...... ta ---
ecsaady model, tesaortes and she wore the inserted I
Matyto with for gat-sae-msis sartakli 1 t- Her ba from her bouquet '
keale .u skin8he corsage from now on obtain drivers license From where I. Joe Marsh I
an over tile 1 was of white set sad pink roses. I fy ,
wore for e -B e- ots ia her u|- the wedding if the> orerafe a motor vehicle -
Oat of town guests at i-
-eyt ...... I Newton on state highways accord me i
BI Lawrence
The brMe wlao.... given t were: Mrs to a ruling made last week by the I ,
,.1 Arcadia Miss jabalv of Days The
marriage Inher father A. OIiu of state cabinet I IB. Picnic Was
Mrs. W A ,
!! teas Beach Mr nand .
,
et Daytona Beach was a N. Kirkmaa dlrsttor of the
Beach and Mrs
aretty as tile tradttloBal picture e d O'Neal Tompkias of of Daytoaa LaBelle.d state highway patrol, wM taBtruct-1 I ,, a "Hug" Success :. \.

weddteg g.*. of! the raMaet ...alri .
to
a. bolds. ID. I Mrs Tkieiea flaisked flu ed by \ 4I I

...... emtkroMansl aauoa faahionewtth School ia LaBeBe and was employe Indians to have the ttceaees the l

a aMiiUBoart ended aertttee ta' ..*.*;. tiglBtttag on It II' for some time IB Dajrtoaa Beach he- same as other drivers On local Wild Life League went cause folks are M temperate and Ii.;

sleeves edge tneckline be I t fore she came here shoat a yearnod ago Kirkmaa told Ute .eakteet someeoaaties I oa a picwc Satsrdty and I went weH.behaved In oar town that they
U e
tile aaad Freat have ..
United States Sagar Coy- bees --tac.iH- .
osU! with the aloes te cover it for the Clirren. conk afford ts take the whole
it thir1
of
: aDd kam she ia employed to rawtaaa for Inflate to kave VeeaseswhBe
where
and encircled the saag ttt tlawamtkBBd .;i pont Jos departmeat.Mr other rouattea haw not been Monday, felt kIp step \C me, as a joke.From I
skirt wastrataed ew- the purchasing and ceyiag: "Mu t have gotten out

The fall of iHnswa w.111 Thielen attended school iiMoore briuging charges of hand, that ,..." where I alt, even' a newspaper :

The sell erect 1111 Haven Ih.was employ "I see no authority to make exemption editor's entitled t* a few I
waist length ia front and rev "Neasense, I says "It was
until the ueddiaeareaMBy I: for some time at Riddle Meld **- *. Ooveruor CalatreU de mighty pleasant and mistakes. And sate I reported I
tile bride's face cocgemaL .
and f*U fore he west Into aenoce with th clarecI. that taey served a moderate beverage
was completed s Just Seer and hot dogs, cheese aadOder
*k rovem.d
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lace
of And then
treea a halo they show tkekeadbne
aaakwrst off ec t. Vegas. Nevada, he retuTBoa1 to Mor special free Itaease ...ten for theirautomobiles me tafaks tie pteasc was the least bit

pearls hi a ta fan sad risen Field and was stationed there bat drlsSSSP Uansses rending; "WILD WIFE wilt or aEytSfa but a huge sac-
Tae wen KaOopvmf BUG SUC "
was ATC for the d>tvatiswH< never have bees glfoa ta tMIa.PIG'"IC ESS.
was aleouan wide with the cess-aad I mean hays,
the peak oC Ads***$4IS shows. s-! is at present working Bt ftiddft t As a result of tk... s'Mng aiD Of esur e H was Elmer, my type.fmbeses -

Of .fdatata CaIIIInI Field lotoBvertiBBataae* far dill- apsnr ed beg 811h1rtay. tiettee| -fps lie$mrde tie inmpiiili: .

y bridal koataat .atL who M weed laa aee.A 151 die .-rt.... .test the NIIIrBut is nsj fare red! It's oaJy bets c9ce 'klA.. .

wikeroses TOSS as.s. fte TOWS, ensile ta .* Mire .t.i as ghaa by" iUlnle Oaf Psd "
mini of swesaheart,: ,Ver kafM, .... .
tksar M111 mini fat rim e>Be WaBtar aad an,
....... .. .. .... Bad Ctfjnfte HfT Ha3e3 Sf1UJS'nmar.
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NEWS I I OwL 9L So ? I
Money Talks
Abandon j.. ,
Seek To Farm Control
who is i
; Under the 300 million dollar i One fellow always
American aid program to strengthen I going around looking for I
BEfflNBtl : Gromyko Hits Disarmament Talks; Greece against inroads of Com- something soft is the man I
munism the United States will takeover who has lost his false teeth.

virtually the entire economio A reformer is one who insists -

OpenUnlversalTrainingHearings management of that country, an exchange on your accepting his
of notes has indicated. conscience as your guide in
Rtltiitd by Western Newspaper Veins ___ ________ I
8y PaULMAtiAN 'EDITOB'I. NOTSU Wk.. ..,l.l..i Mil ..'r..... la tb... lll ..._U.7 are UI... .f It was reported unofficially that + life. i ij
'.....r. N...,.,., lai.. ... ..ai.it sae ... ....._rUy W. ....,...,.. I I the United States also will favor i No woman ever has enoughto
1 II some political reforms in the Greek : wear. And no woman
.ti'4 by Wottrn Newspaper Union. !I I government-specifically, the admission : would wear enough even H

CIO Leaders Tip Their i of "liberal" elements to responsible she had it.
governmental positions.
Hand in Own Magazine I I Notes between Washington and Dance band leaders are
I Athens finding it difficult to obtain
WASHINGTON.-The Inside explanation setting forth a comprehensive
diffieuH
of major' events from program of economic reforms crooners. But net

Washington lately may be foundIn to be undertaken in Greece have enough.
the place you would least expect been made public by the state department The "man about town" h

it-the CIO News, a magazine hardto They concern taxes, Industry so often a fool about womea.!

get government administration, ,
You may peruse it with me. The trade, finance and agriculture.
leading article tells of a tV *.nd Contained in the notes is a guarantee FM1 M1M1n M1 A M1M1M1M1 M1M1M1M1
union members visiting the capi- that Dwight Griswold, admin- 1
tal "to the disgust of a lot of ... > istrator of the aid program, will ? ASK MS ) I IJ
gressmen seeking to knife the peo- have effective supervision over all I ANOTHER
plt's interests" and continues. the dollars spent for Greece. J [ |

"They talked with representatives OPEN SESAME: \ A General QuizAM1M1AM1M1 >
and senators, left petitions M1M1M1M1M1FM1M1M1A
and scrolls and headed home The Holy: Land
determined to spread the word I The Questions
that now is the time to preparefor Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krug (left), Undersecretary of The bitterly tragic puzzle of Palestine :
the 48 elections." Said the Navy John L. Sullivan (center) and Max W. Ball, director of oil and the Jews appeared as in- distance
1. How great a case a
Luther Slinkhard, UAW-CIO of- and gas division of interior department, meet to probe nation's critical soluble as ever as the United Na-
hop
ficial in St. Louis, who spoke fora petroleum supply shortage. Experts forecast empty auto gas tanks, tions committee on Palestine kangaroo
group of 32 Missouri unionists: closed factories and chilly homes this winter because of tight oil opened hearings in Jerusalem.I I 2. When was the Mammoth
"Onr visit with Missouri congressmen situation. Reporting at the committee's first cave in Kentucky discovered

showed a shocking open meeting, the Jewish agency i 3. Who is credited with having
lack of recognition of the seriousness FARM CONTROLS: TRAINING: for Palestine persistently demanded i invented the compass?

of the Hartley bill. ; unlimited Jewish immigrationinto 4. How many patents have been
(Note to those who do not have j Opposition Grows Hearings Begin the Holy Land, contending that granted the U. S. patent office? .

time to read much news: The American Farm Bureau federation -, Although congress is scheduled to whole immigration was the key to the 5. How did Peter the Great

Hartley bill has been largely powerful farm group which adjourn July 28, the senate armed Jewish case. change the attire of the Russians
The British
discarded by the house and sen- sponsored most of the agricultural services committee has voted to previously had testified -
6. Can fish live out of water
in a closed session from which I any
ate conferees.) legislation now in force, is considering proceed with hearings on universal
the press and public were barred. for a considerable time?
TALK TO TAFT recommendations for total ;; military training.
"The congressmen, with the eruption abandonment of all farm price and > But in a formal statement the Moshe Shertok, head of the political i 7. What was the strangest wM
of Reps. Cannon and Karts- I crop controls by the government. :I committee added that If a report department of the Jewish recorded in the United States
ten, are either uninformed or badly Edward A. O'Neal, president of | cannot be made ready by July 28, agency, asserted that it was Impossible : 8. The real name of the aril;
Informed. From Ohio came 150 the federation, said the board is not it will attempt to have a report prepared to estimate how many more : Barrymore family was what '
CIO'ers. Fifty of them, crowding a satisfied with the j for congress when it con- Jews could be absorbed into Palestine !
Into a committee room for an in- old AA A, established venes again.Decision adding that while Jews now j The Answers
terview with Senator Taft, were told during President -I of the senate group was make up only one-third of the population f
by the senate GOP leader that labor Roosevelt'sfirst I reached as the Very Rev. Edmund two-thirds of the local Internal :
was exaggerating the serious- term. lIe re- I A. Walsh, a member of President revenue comes from them. The I 1. When pursued kisigaroat
ness of the bill and that he has no saied that a bet- I Truman's universal military train bulk of Palestine's local budget is I have been known to hop afesJMt'

objection to industry-wide bargaIn- ter a g r i culturalpr ing commission, told a house committee spent in a way to benefit the Arabs forty feet
ing. The Ohio senator had gone to gram than theO that "the politburo in Moscow principally, Shertok said. 2. In 1808.
great lengths to keep that view cut the farmersrow I is not going to adjourn for the 3. Flavio Gioja, aa Itala<
of the public eye. Conclusions of ave is being I summer as its forces creep acros Mr. Whiskers 1300.

Lavelle and the Ohio group: 'We -.....- 50'j.v.t"; The AAA I Europe." .,', '---'" ., 4. TWO and one-half niffttm.
found many congressmen who voted authorizes pay- Father Walsh said that Amer.ca '1(1 '' 5. He ordered diem to wear
for the Hartley bill and didn't O'Neal inert to farmersfor is definitely on the Soviet agenda r'i 1 pats; instead of the fiewteg eft-
!know what they were voting for.' reducing acre- conquest. and Russia will be re.dYI j r'rc 'r er'al robes which had been the "

Indiana sent two groups of CIO sgi.- in the rncrops of wheat, to start ner "shooting war" a* s "f1 ;,
st6.
Hoosiers to make life difficult for ?orn. {cotton rice, tobacco and pea I I as her atom bombs are in pi ,>.! 1.t. Yes a lung sink CaB five oat
Senators Capehart and Jenner and nut.- tion. ... '-, of water for 3 or 4 yews.

for many GOP members" of thestate's Farmers from the North and |j TAX l 7. Two hundred aD delegations. Northwest have consistently opposed I PLANS: TT..ICan: hour, recorded April tt
The article continues to tell of federal subsidies and sentiment -i
ITo j Think Over 1504, n top of Mt. Washington,
delegations visiting senators and was reported to be growing 1 New Hampshire.
congressmen from their home dis- amon; the producers for letting I J Congress has been present J! 8. BI 'the.
tricts, South Michigan Minnesota, farm products seek their own price I| four tax-reviston plans to th; 11\ ,

Wisconsin Illinois, New York, New i level as a permanent poll:y. i until it gets ready to have u r
Jersey, the New England states at the income tax proble i
In the South, however, cotton and ; go
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky The treasury department iaI A ROACH KILLERTHAT
{ tobacco growers are known to be i
and West Virginia, with similar tad- 1 satisfied with the situation as it I I en the house ways and mea -s HERE'S WORKS rDa CATS

I stands, favoring tight controls if i mittee studies of four plans to t., Jjfi ti Use Aey FUct
7Tne article is headed: "Mr. La- { prices start to slip. I ize federal income taxes on m r.. 3 KILLS ON THE SPOT
bor comes to Washington." The i One of the federation's econoI couples in all 48 states. IBIES UTIIIIIi4ITS R*I*D
anal line says with innuendo: "And mists predicted at least a 10yearperiod One of the proposals would ..-. .
I LAST f 4 D r If L..tw
fudging from what the delegates of good prices for farmers at i iI 4,900,000 couples three-quartern ofa OIl (of. .t rW DM/., If Wrft
promised they'd report to the people billion dollars annually by .-.* .
levels slightly below those prevafli gr; L L TROUT MfTwairriM co. .
back home, a lot of congressmen now. those living in 38 states the fare iI;: N.a ML.M..e. TMP*....

must be having a bad case of red i! "income splitting" rights now enjoyed -
ears." DEFIANCE: by couples living in 10 states '
SELFISH INTERESTSNow which have community property MUCH
let us go over that again Gromyko Again I laws. TWICE I 0lEU11
Rep. Chester Gross (Rep., Pa.) JUlY
Iron the beginning. This sort of In what his Secretary of the Treasury John' ,
was possibly most I. donned phony beard in the house
Bring has been continuing since thebeginning i Snyder has indicated that the administration .... --. ..ra Tyfo.U .14
: defiant action since be walked out : chamber and invited his colleagues _U.eht W* u to tar
of consideration of the labor cdnrtiMd bnad..... .
of the security council a year ago. I It considers the proposed I to attend sesquicentennial BMttnaOr
bills and before. In that time Andrei Gromyko, Soviet delegate to plans to be among the "right kind"of celebration at Waynesbor- 1 1
there have been no similar tactics the United Nations, acidly warned changes in the tax setup. ougb, Pa., where male population
by the public at large, interested
1 the U. N. disarmament
commission
stopped shaving last February to
solely in the public welfare no delegations IKE TO STAY:
for them before : that its refusal to include atomic cultivate whiskers for event.
congress control in the negotiations on genera Denies Report
to such a other. Their
or
way any
ANOTHER CRASH tl
disarmament would bring : W/uJSuf
weekly magazines, news serVIces.et about Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower will
a total "collapse" of disi -
cetera, were not similarly active armament efforts. not resign as army chief of staff Fifteen Die ru MIIII KIM in run ir
In short, the whose interestsare i.
people
at least this RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
He said the commission's refusalto year. Fifteen persons were killed and -
thus reported to have been"knifed" link the two aspects of world Walter Winched, in a copyright another 10 injured when a Pan '
did not even appear. The story in the New York Mir-
Daily American Airways clipper carrying
peace plans was contrary to the
CIO is it
plainly solely
assuming ror, had reported that General Eisenhower and of
the interests, wishes of the U. N. general assembly 27! passengers a crew 10
represents people's an
either but delegates of France, had tendered his resignation crashed to earth near the Euphrates -
assumption hardly justified
as chief of staff and would become
Great Britain and Belgium promptly river in eastern Syria
by its limited membership or this r.
attempt in its own selfish interest. denied the charge. president of Columbia univer- The plane had left Karachi, India. s
For an instance of this the CIO Ignoring previous Soviet warnings sity Eisenhower's next falL The story said that the previous day and was en routeto BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF
editors carry a headline on page 5: the commission had voted resignation was in Istanbul as its first scheduled
the hands of President Truman. Ur(*aMtalM-'wSoH C0|
"CIO Wage Gains Soar. Pay Hikes down a long list of Russian and The nation's stop on a return trip to New York It tuntfc in mi intern. I
for Half a Million." They do not Polish proposals to tie atomic con military leader, however Identified as the Eclipse the clipper n m tin mi nut:.r sue H ntr**i'*I I
report that the wages of the other trol with disarmament talks and issued a firm denial: "I have had turned back at Gander. tint mi ct. b*. jituiimu t,lusts
lM.500.OOtf people soar although approved an American-sponsored i! no intentions' of resigning as chief Newfoundland, on the outbound
of
these 134500.000 are the people work plan to keep the two subjects staff daring the current year. flight from New York after developing --- -- -
they profess to represent. separate. and in no event would I do so with engine trouble.A WNU.14 2747

Now you might say this was out first getting full approval of the flight control officer in Cairo.
not important unless it was sue- FRUITED PLAINS: President" and the secretary of Egypt said that about two hour
war.
cessful. The CIO magazine Apple Outlook Rosy before the crash the plane had radioed
shows you it is successful. Indented that one engine was ablaze.
right into the same story 1 Despite a late spring and some ,EI Price of WarfareHow I and a subsequent message said that BaWadBeMay
concerning this CIO campaign trust damage in eastern fruit areas, the pilot was trying to crashlandthe
which started months ago and prospects continue generally favor-' craft Warn Disordered
continues in its unequal at- | able for this year's crop of apples much does a war cost? Many Kidney Action

tempt to influence public opin- and other deciduous fruits, a department answers are possible, says a reviewby G.I. DILL: Malts Bf.wttk ft*berry sad worry
.
ion. This indented story is |Ii of agriculture report has the National Industrial Conference Imcvtar Iruti.e-w Ufcitt.rYk./t.prep..u.e Ytww..4"'ss,4_
beaded: "For the record. Another disclosed. board but the cost of any war Curb BenefitsThe uw-urea beery IUaIa r U. sera
link in the anti-labor record 1: The 1947! strawberry crop is estimated cannot be determined definitely un- senate has passed legislation rnr-uu4 A U k .:.*TW La y.rL *. Slur apt_I*br.sddpit.Ie. ..
of the daily press has been to be nearly a fourth larger til at least a century after the end- stopping benefits under the G.I. biD ... ..1M..,.....hpvs.

forged. The Twohey analysis of than the 1946 crop, but still .' tenth of hostilities. of rights to those who enlist in the .!. unt.e bsck .b.,
newspaper opinion reported that below average. However, the peach For example, it was not until this services' after August 31. If the b -1.r. .. p =
'support of stiff legislation on crop in 10 early southern states is year (1M7) that the last pensionerof measure is approved by the houseit I seal L*r...*.,lit ui.r..-..6.1... Otter eqra
labor has crystallised and i expected: to set a new record of the War of 1812 disappeared from will mean that future servicemen w.., w WMM t.dr Y._
..
strengthened/ The analysis, aa more than 23 million bushels this the United States budget As an- will not be eligible to receive educational st s1u1si -n If trssessi

objective surrey of comment in j year, the third successive large other instance, the military cost of allotments or onthejobtraining I Try DM"I fOt Da .f. tel. akUam .
the major dally papers, said top from those states. the Spanish-American: war was a grants. M>... that 41 per cent of editorial opinion 7 In California, the sweet cherry mere 582 million dollars: however, At senate hearings on the legislation t swwq.tpebOT.. ':;:'" ar.r.r.,
la recent weeks concerned I'crop of 29,000 tons Is 15 per cent the continuing costs-interest on the army and navy did not 4 essa.e e per h ss'sb fR..S w.rTsbs
labor legislation. Of comment *smaller than last year, but still 18 war debt, pensions and care of veterans object to fixing the August 31 cutoff
on this sabjeet M per cent fa- per cent larger than the 193844 av amounted to 2,400 million date but asked authority to set
voted the stiff bouse antilaborbill erage. California's 92,000-ton plum dollars daring the 43 years ending up a substitute program to encour. DOANS PILLS"I'
who t3 per cent preferred crop is slightly below 1945. June SO, W5. age further enlistments. ,
the equally victors senate WO."


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GOD Gems gave: of us Thought mentor t1- .- Dl l I %l Ute

mIght have roses e-.t.': hs OF *
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month of the 'ear. i -

7 h Im ttttwHu* y+* par to *i. j GQ WEEk
tUttttM ptrtntt plsui ** ibt ioaat i' RiCE
._ .u,tie fmiiltrreu Will rt* iiwv -

Ia/ir.6ar. t' TH: two scniew' we d id
....' MOPSY GLADYS PARKER
Ao opportunist is one w Y pennant races n t'e:: t-3 1t1..d. Westera K.wtpp.r ra oa. by
goes ahead and does what \cru big leagues be,;-:.g to t e fa "3
always intended to do. that make spat w,'lat ,t ? T.<; World Always Needs Food

Character is a by-product; it riearts its oer: |IN A re ent iss e ,f Cv>...er's an BUT .I'LL BE A SISTER TO

k prodaieed in the great manufacture taints its various official of the department of agriculture
of daily daty.-Wood- 1' breaks of luck. its stated there were only two YOU. IVE ALWAYS WANTEDA
i
raw Wife B. sudden ard baffling acres of tillable ground in the world BROTHER WHO HAD A
; swings Without this for each of the world's inhabitants. '
Where the common pee unceru.atsport: We could have no better authorityfor LOT OF ATTRACTIVE
and make them,
like tie
puns u.d be
w drab af-
11 a the statement
nation is on a high level of ciuturt fa.r sufficient FRIENDS /
It does not seem possible that dd
G. C.
Lichtenberg.
S<'; -a. letters food of all kinds to keep one

have c;.::-e our way i person ahve. can be produced on
recently asking us I only two acres. In reality a large i ,

Change Your WeightFor tj exrain: why it is portion of the people of the world | Jw
t
that the Cardinals, are living on food raised on loss than i
Beauty's Sake Graatland Eke v.rld's champions two seres Some of the people of : r J
have been in last the world 90e in America especially.
place with the tail-end Giants of i are consuming the product of far .
1846 battling for the top? Why the I more than the two acres that would !; t -
DIET pe rat wig Red Sox of last be our share. If we were InniteS I

f year have been working their I in our food consumption to the. prod- oytr
DOES tocjues out to get a toe hold in the act of only two acres we would feel
first dhrisiOB? Why the Athletics we were starving OB many of our

IT -f who fished 55 games behind last western ranches not less than 25 '

'jt, year. are only a few games from acres is considered as a minimum
.'the top of the American league. for each head of cattle Two acres

Why Bob Feller and Hal Newhous- ould produce only a limited portion -

Eat and Be Slim er, the two star pitchers of the last of the beef, pork mutton and ? -
I few years, have taken oats. :::
so much punistanent' fowl; of the wheat, corn rye. i-
WHO said you can't have your Why Stan Musial. a normal barley potatoes vegetables and
and eat it, too? You .365 hitter has been trying to fruits of many varieties that we
can actually change from the pass -296' Why the Dodgers with i as individuals pour into our stomachs -

well-padded matron OR the left to : so many erratic pitchers and only t each year, We Americans, as ,
tite slim mist on the right without one 300 hitter-have been leading 1 l individuals throw away as much

tapping any meals. i JOT challeEgiag for the top This food each year as could be pro-

I fusillade of queries goes on and on. 1', :lied on two acresStagccnng .

Iti all a matter of estarirs.. 'The Erratic ElementThe as such gures are
B you sat to toee Iwo = a
Reek
real meanings -
answer they can have some
is simple It
enough
UH) Louie an anral.I Ifd woman at-
lea younett between UM and 1S60 cil- is the uncertainly of sport and the for the American farmer.

nee a daj uncertainty of the human and otherwise For one thing they mean we can
For fufl details on ho. to tore elcbtufrl I market for
assured of
animal be a
; and impj. send for booklet NoM race, including race
Send 23 cents (coir.t for "Ckic Year torses harness horses or grey- American farm products provided -
Wrickt for Beamy' Sake' to Meekly hounds an inter governmental
Kotpaper Served 741 West ltk St.,
Ikew t.rk II, v. T P,,-" -aroe adCrru For example the Cardinals were system is set up that win.. injure
I booklet] ..':e a .. N\ 45. rated at 3 to 5 this year the best distribution. It can and mut. HOMETOWN ECHOES By C. Kessler

team In baseball But who could be arranged so that a surplusof
tell in advance that Mnsial a treat food in one place can be ob-
s.tray twat quo eoTr
ball player would first hive an tained by those who need it. GLE,1 a'y 2 tac taatseouea

appendix ailment and later on an .-bereni they may be. World CE1L11:0lD. Wtiti tFxr>,wTrlAuD
JilffAK eye attack? After spending a month governments can provide an lIY'STTTwG K L.AU.. s 1AMTcn
with the team In St. Petersburg, we equitable means of distributionif ELLcv. "1111Alii.'b /MCU It h DCtL
rated the Red Birds the best team, they will. It is not a Job for ring b O r-i > K 114. Ws

cE510 BIG and also the btst- oodltioned team any one nation.DISTRIBUTION. real twit #. 11+1x?

"e had seen leave the southin FROBLDM:

Thirst actfs 0, years. There can be no valid excuse for
Quenchers! So did most of the big league he wanton destruction of little pigs

nr managers, Joe Cronin included and !or limiting the production of corn
b baseball experts who were in the wheat or other food products so :
west coast vicinity long as there are people fas the 7

Neither Croon nor Eddie Dyer. work who need food as many millions -

two pe&aast winning managers, do right now have in the ;
DosIreRhawn. codd slip at any angle on the de- past and wiD in the future.
.. badr. To provide a method of world

"Why don't you figure it out?" distribution that will enable those;

o was their comeback Which had us who need food to get it is a problem
stopped m Gar tracks. Both Red right now for world economists and

Sox pitching and hitting took the rld statesmen. When they have

same five the Cardiacls ran across. toe that every American farmer.

They vet practically the same and every farmer in every othertorplusproducing I
pitchers aad bitten who won both natron win have

flags a year ago. This again is a market for all that can: be produced
what makes sport what it is. There then will be no need
for government subsidies When the )

farmer can sell all he can producefor
l atlinfL Rule Breakers
a fair price, he will stand oa
An argument came recently
up as his own feet __
to what sport game or competition
A second mcaBMc te 'an emphasis
.
has more rule infractions-baseball.
football on Ute reed fer conserving __
boxing golf tennis racing,
hockey. basketball or what' In our every acre of productive
oH. It calls for the exercising
opinion the two worst offenders are

football college and pro and golf of that every oar known soils scientific maT net factor be I. l
Basketball and hockey are not so
in the spring
washed awl
far behind judging from the penal.
floods, or be worn out by the I
fTollcky fritZ ties inflicted but they are not quite
sets
Eats well. excessive planting ef one trOpe :
to the two .. have named."lIurrup" .
pons u wefl-on a bade diet of Oro- up we of farmland is a i
acre
Every
Pup Ribbon. These crisp toasted ribbons Tost lead me once

grit tfcn TOT vttamSn ac4 that he doubted there was ever a valuable great food part producing of :the nation's factory The World at Its Worst By Gluyas Williams I.
mineral dogs are known to need. Economical single football play without a foul .
i*
be kept
too. One box apples u that mifht have been called. This and as such must '
much food by dryel tt aa five 1-lb. sounds reasonable. In football we working order continuously. It : I'

r.M of doc food! Oro-Pup also come have 2! young active athletes' all is a plant we cannot replace {\
to Meal and m FO-ttt For variety. once it bas been worn out fer l
under tension, body to body. g
Teed ail three! lack of care. Without it both
The four officials' are usually high suffer Ii
others will
ourselves and
grade, doing their best But four "
l Dogs 'ForGRO from hanger more than we, at
men can't watch 22 men. scattered
least ever have in the past. I
all over the field Holding is the
need' is a continuous -
farmer
What the
PUP offense There \
main i!: iljfgal use
market as an incentiveto
I1.. af hands and arms. There is offside I
R1Bpo r.a. There' starting ton quickly. keep his part of the great

that There a are player any can number commit of oBense often plant times. in working order at all :: I

with no intent of breaking any When t"- rvonomists and irtate- :
.r.Ma.tM LW
rule men of the ->t>rld provide a market.
la r.Ie. realtiRC. botdinr e'*eciaHy the American farmer' will do his ; I

the pre are subtler than tereticfianv full part in supplying the people at iiiiLi II I

,. S Chafing The know mer Tte the world.. with food. ; II
eve .
ell Dry Eczema knew how to grab an opponent ud .


"' fl}'1i.1IVP{Sirnplt Pol1'OftIIIII RashRESINOLNTMT let have jet re' just this in the turned from fraction et-ceflefian pro.of"We!'a stc can'tmatch who nd.I DISASTER No More has overtaken'Speller us1 Na- f i


the pros In bldwg" all of bee forced drastic I

them iav. "They are much faster retrenchment For the nextrear.
and smarter." at least we wiD have no one pS YOcI A11 COMkFAT Yet if officials' begin calling too to name any newly discovered KTSSP *9; ((ff ft kVaosa.TtKft OH IKE its Rft CF SCTW6! *c fcaOS
$C AMQ:>, sot ttitApts sR16+aflif 1iAf 5i
penalties they rum the game nountam range, river, creek or 'IQI) tIA1t 11 If
any Ltt 't Vkfcts Spth
BI.5Lfst 9 K W.N d 1K.StIE1u K
The are accused of trying to hg take Nor will we have anyone .CMSMStEE5&EItNM2xE3
HOTaFJ.AHESpm the spotlight So most of them try to tell us how to spell and pronounce pr..cfU'IT''Je jE ihi3R toll ttptt ffDf {lttfl1tW01C lilt rlalR a
to call only the penalties that count house that have been named. That :
ball overtook an offside or a said the apprapnations committee -

holding penalty that bad n* effect af the house of representatives is a

.., ta year *4CV1 Dow .an -n the play. This sounds reasonable Mxwry poor folks can not afford. CONCEALMENT"Doc SAn: AM dANg:
rurwiior i toaai++t* p toa rwuiM of ate that has cost f
to *on.n WJM o ta tvStr boa enough, unless the sound rfce 1 $ .OOO luxury I
&a t... Denoua. UctMtnux. sank. *h shred .. .
ft U nr Tttn tfo VjLft a. much
M>nnct&bl* Oorepeuoa to In the matter of rule breakm '. error department budget with me, dcn't rive me a long so drunkj at the fear to girt the order .
lortJe ftJ'*'. ell ca .rB4. >tams It* /Ca4 W football lead them aD. It is t'-c: : ig m.t the wishes of several bureaucratic entitle came. Say it to I can cndtr- I. then locked dcwa at theIr pal

I1i.s rrcuferiy I -Pltiiaa'* Cwm- type of competition that leads to experts who could spell lUadtt." who bad fBa in fba middle af ft*

= di.v..i UP bw rule breaking a big part of it unit and properly pronounce such names "\"efJenycu.u' lazy. i floor and mate Je tSsrt U rfss."Wbat'il .
twrua t.mai benefits AX T a earl.o..o CecOv oa tentxmal through orerearerrcvithat as K-E-0-K-U-K or L-A J-ILO. "Gee tbacki.: Now give me the h. hive'. La aakad. .

tomacxt swab Vena U7U1,1um leads to hoMw offside! or sta' Sjch economy comes a bit hard scientific canct. I." to report Uta --Xcthl. Bak," asnrtnt one ..ctbm.

l./lI JIfIWSS *irg: ahead cf the ball: also slaegal 1, tjut '?*.000 is worth saying. I my belt. Tit'i 4rfrlI:.."
use of t-ands.
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PAGE_ Hf.HT: __ __ __ __ __ GLIDE* BOUNTY DKMOCItlT:. __ __ ___ FR1DIV, JILV, 1947 ,:.


; Highlights Of- continental United State First take which the layman thinks of as' Just t reminds Han yon paid 1 .ppcarmncv in the coneS ...... described -' ;1

the Secretary uses as a base the:, legislation it is Gatt of the low you plain for the swimming 'p.ol' the on oHBty the list Court dar of House July 1947t in. "<

sugar consumed in the year ending .j| the 1948 Sugar Act Is in itself com fund? Moore haven Olades County, Florida :
(Continued from Page 5) October 31 next preceding tile I mendation for the work which has and thereafter to file such defenses as ;.J
(rowers comply with proportionate yon nay desire or be ITtMII ta rcaponae -
calendar for which the deter- been
year accomplished In Washington
'l1U1' or ,riUcaNPPe11 to the suit above entitled :;
allan aereace allotments and childlabor initiation is being made. This basic I during the past weeks Tt\ IHn3NOTICK which is a cult for divorce GladesCounty .r
reBtriettom conditions of Democrat Is hereby designated -
as figure is then adjusted for
IIITE'n-1 I Itestcfn PayWaU t., Combine as the newspaper In which this
ftttiMlity for psymenta.Que4aa tory, population and ...... 18 HEREBY all ffii, That order shall be poMlsfeed once a week
Under the old act. benefit K. D Toder. holder of Ever gladesDrainage
I pay- for four consecutive WecKa. Herein
tors then current In order that
District
menu of from 3* to M Tax Certificate* fail not under of default
Section *t2 of the bill provide the quantity determined by the cents per numb r..1 48 rand 4* dated the 1st DONE AND pelts sledded
for the estabiishmeat of fixed I Secretary will both protect the welfare -I hundred pounds were ........ The day of JUIH.. A. D. tMS. has filed saidcrrtifkstea Haven. Glades t....aty. .. this '
In.y office and has
name rule of benefit 17th day of June 1"1.OFFIIAL .
payments has ,
quotas for the domestic areas as
made
of consumers and of application for tax deed t. is
follows: t..1 I been forged; into the new act, in Cu,' thereon In accordance with law. ( SEAL niP1UB9HB>)
engaged In the domestic: Said certificates embrace the fellow- D. & WEBB*
Domestic beet sugar 1.81)0.00' the Secretary, in addition to the!{I spite of the fact that the trend incongress ing described property situated inGl Clerk of drew Court
tons has been to veer from or .AI>ES County. Florida towit: Glades County Florida.By .
.. foregoing adjustments and the avoid such payments recentl<< Next E"of the 8F-14 and Shah of the F. a Scott. Deputy Clerk.
Mainland cane sngar. 500.000 level and trend of consumer' purchasing } NWI.6. of tbe SW>4 Section IS and COfSE JOHNSON.
fens )tr would have been too late to SEt of the SK\ of Section 1C. all Moore Haven Florida
I power shall consider finally In Township 41 South Range IS
have these benefit payments included Solicitors for Plaintiff
Hawaii I.OU.tlt tons
the maintenance of the relationship East J. M Couse
Puerto Rico nO.eOt tons between the prices at wholesale in a sugar act. In fact with The assessment of Mid propertyunder June 20. tl July 4, 11.OTI'E _
Virgin Islaads, 6,000 tons Cuba taking up high or tow quotas the said certificates issued
for refined sugar and the general in the name of S. P. M17t4. w"l
the another year would have made it I'ntrss said l
In line with the provisions of certificate. shall be
cost of living in the United \: .F .U"'UC'Tl56Veit ;
the entirely impossible for such clauses, deemed according to 'T.IUP.U
Philippine Trade Act of 1946 :1I'TUa: :
States as compared with thai same will Issue thereon ot day of i
quota for the Republic of the Philippines 1947 to for benefits to have been included July A. I>, 1547 !
relationship during prior
is died: also at 952,00V short Ferris said."Roger'. SEAL) D. 8. WEEKS, :' NOTICE 18 HEREBY GITEK, that
the determination of control Clerk Circuit
price Court
i. J Wiggins, holder of Everglades!
tons raw value. I I On the basis of the per capita levy Helpful"Senators Glade County, Florida. Drainage District Tax Certificate
The quotas for Cuba and for June 6. 13, 20. 27. July 4l numbered 24.. dated the Tth day of ,
i sugar consumption figures used as Spessard L. Holland September, A. D. 1JJ1, has filed said ;
foreign countries other than Cuba the basis of the 1937 Act or the pre- Claude Pepper and Representative, certificate in my office and has mode
> Tilt ( Hit I IT (Ol nT TilE
are determined by prorating the re- World War II years and using the Dwight L. Rogers are doing a wonderful T" .:IFTII JIIM..II. 511151 OF IT "I-. apalicatton In accordance for tax wits deed law to Issue Said thereon Cer--

mainder of tfe* consumption estimate estimated 1948 population figures job for Florida in the nalion's -' l-llilll>.%, 1'.K I.Ltlll- tiftcate embraces the following described -
(.01 :\T' nl.\\.tR':
(the ro&raapttoB estimate a consumption for 1918 of about capital says Mr. Ferris 1 I -- property. situated In GLADES .
minus 5.:!!*..*. short tons raw County Florida towttTract :
7,400.090 short tons, raw value is "Representative Dwight Rogers,: ituonc'R 1*. Section 4. Township 4! '
val,..!) in the proportion of 98.64 8 T. South Range JJ East
indicated-and this without consideration especially, has done a splendid job COOKSEY.Plaintiff.
percent to Cuba and 1.36 percent to I, The assessment of the said property 1
of our present high consumer His constant attention to the best'' Cs.DORA. WIlIer the saM certificate Issued
fall duty cooatrws. I I LEE COOKSET. was In the name of Frank Mattulak. d
The Philippine deficit is allocated purchasing power aDd our interests of .his district are most Defendant Unless said certificate shall be redeemed :
depleted pipe lines Increases in commendable according to law tax deed
to Cuba-that is, 95 percent population during the life of the bill MITH: TO .*ri'K%R will Issue thereon on the Tth day of
thereof with the remainder goingto Few obstacles are foreseen in I onUI FOR PI HLK"1TIONTo July. A. D. 147v .

full duty couatrlM.TIle will also add about 80,000 tons a the path of passage of the bill in : IrP"L. I.1 I'"k- \ ( |I'1: | > .x WEEKS i
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year to requirements. the few remaining weeks' before it I ''I.- ta.tmt\ ,,, An, c k i'lrUIt .'crt.
deficit in any domestic area '(, Wet I.",.' 'IT s.'r'l .:.(It'- .'n"l't FInn" z
a* in the 1937 Act. is shared by the Conditional PajmentsSection is laid before congress and handed T ti "r. J r. . i :- JI, U f.
romainding domestic areas and 301 of the bill provides to the president for his approval I

Cuba in proportion to the quotas] that for a grower to be eligible to I .h. __ _'_.
full payments be must warrant -. .
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in effect Ferris RequestContinued j
with respect to his farm (1) thatno
The bill includes three exceptions
to the foregoing rules for establishing child under the age of 14 years
shall have been employed on the ( from Page 1) HOMOGENIZED J
quotas in order to afford certain -
minimum protection to Cuba farm in the production of sugar: portions share of the 500,000 tons

beets or sugarcane and (;) that: plus their proportionate share of i
oar chief foreign" supplier These t
there shall not have been marketed any deficit which might and always VITAMIN t W MILKAnd 1
are: (1) In ho event will the final
or processed from sugar beets; does occur in some other domestic
quota for Cuba including her shareof
or sugarcane grown on the farma I area should permit them to
deficits of other areas be
any
leas than the proportion of total quantity of sugar in excess of the I produce and market from 1 00,(too Other AlfVi Products i
proportionate share for the farm to 125,000 tons a greater amountof
consumption requirements that
as determined by the of sugar than they have ever pro-
Secretary AVAILABLE AT YOUR
would be assigned to Cuba under the 1
Agriculture. These two provisions duced and greater in my opinion
1937 Act and the quotas for domestic
comply with national policy with times in history, aDd probably the GROCERY
areas would be reduced pro AND
respect to child labor and providethe first time in sugar history, that such 1
rata to give effect to this provision -
means for the control of production unanimous approval has been ex-

provision; (2) is whenever operative the Cuba foregoing will' in domestic areas necessary I I present With so much at stake at DRUG STORE 1 1'I

to effectuate the quota provisions the present time. and with so much
receive 98.64 percent of any Philippine -
of the Act. of the future of industrial Florida
deficit; (3) whenever the total !
depending on the provisions of this
consumption requirement is be- I
legislation now being hammered in- ALFA
low 7 million tons, all domestic area Cane Quotas-
to shape, the widespread approval of
deficits week he assigned entirelyto
than they could produce annually

Cnba. I Coatinued from Pap 1) within the next five years a a

Since all the domestic areas have I fixed wages and hoars so low that The position of new cane grower

in the past exceeded the fixed I I I no local workers weak work for and producers under the proposed Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

quotas set for them the fixed do them to say nothing of Mythteg act with its quota provisions suspended 'I

meatic quota, and the partial sharing less as I understand they wi!: West Palm Beach, Fla.

by domestic areas of domestic Mr Ferris stated that as in the be, Is as good or better than und > I

deficits represent modest aspirations matter of quota controls, he agreedto the present law. With quotas su--iI It --- --. ... .
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for the domestic consumption I
areas at 'I "go along with or without these pended they can go ahead if tin"' I

levels reasonably to be restrictions" This attitude is easily desire and produce to tht- 1111111 1.--
anticipated during the life of the'I understood when it is recalledthat -" '"JO.4.. <- .._ . -'_ .. ..... _. .
of their capacity so that if and v I h '\ : .
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increased domestic consumption theentire I' wage and hour control will make have an historic base their nJl'" I

Philippine deficit-tor practical any difference to continental grow- recent production, on which to 1'1.11111 l d

purpose*-and the lion's shareof 'I ers or processors a quota allotment j Glades-I Theatre'I. j

domestic deficit go to Cuba she I'nquatifml I .\l'Iroal Another and meet Important r< .i-

will be able to adjust her United The bill has the significant distinction son why I believe it would Iv vi..='
States marketing from the present of having the unqualifiedapproval
I to exchange; the old act for th>'
wartime peak to a higher baste level of all sugar intereststhe -- .
proposed new one lethal n" xt M.II
than in the past f entire industry-and the unqualified in my opinion Congress would not i Moore Haven : : : : Florida j ji
t'wiiMi miion rVtimate]
approval of the secretary approve benefit payments to J1rQw.;

Section 291 of the bill sets out j of agriculture the secretary of state era at least not on the present stale

the formula for the Secretary to the director of budget and the which is Identical with the scale SATURDAY ONLY i ii

follow in determining the amountof I I president of the nited States for provided in the proposed act. Th-i i

sugar needed to meet the requirements the first time in historj growers need benefit payments in ii i Hopalong Cassidy in

of consumers in the In the great; !same cf give!: and I' that amount if they are to profitably 1

produce sugar in competitionwith I Unexpected Guest

Cuba fader the present art

I and under the proposed act. the subsidy -]I Chapter 4, "Son of Zorro"and Cartoons ;

ADVENTURES IN INDUSTRY I plan not only carries itself i ----- ---_ -- -- _
through a processing tax of 50c per
loo pounds of sugar produced but r SUNDAY MO

FRUEHAUF J i !"_tI'ULffN I actually pars the government a Y:1: ?" j

WAGON SHOP.YOUHGJ* i mil profit of about IS million dollar a
HIS FATHERS |; \
l !+ I scar. but even so an eeoaom mindd -
UARVE YC FRUEHAUF DREAMED \yPl j -= f ACTION
Congress might refuse to enact
TRANSt e APnNTual1 trnd TIIItlUSI
OFA REVOLUTION \ S
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y lj.- th- subsidy or benefit p\r HI'au
PORT THROUGH GAS ENGNESANDFREIGHT J U r I <- nest year. !

i Lk I have discussed the p-r;. IM h'I-i II .

n;' the proposed p-t with the nJ-,
TRAILERS r av ji E s l'1 .. GABIE $ TRACY
., ?7 SJ++Ett+LT I testy cf graver: and .J'tSU t. if p ;
+EpF lomla and tl.P*' azrwith ilat :"'-

: the act a;: pro*'otpd. wooed: tI ">- '
I .
I M. feraWp to the one under whit l h 1 1WI' .
,. OUT OO. suvisyhat.
are now operating I '1

Heretofore v:ben !ii'gir : !....,. U"AI a aOIlAHCII'

I HE 1 'ES W UNPRECEXNT1O'l ion bas come up in i'I"I'1t.i /?

FLEX/BIL Tr AMD YOLUME they cion'estic areas an.t 1 all mUd tfl
1:rjncr-es of the sugar : ?
'r
_THROUGH(ic 1ThAUL/NGTA'A/LER.E
y F ajrre'd with each o'h+'*- and u'ti

r(rt ) '.yI'H:: prnmel1t. Now for the first COlBERT LMEiH

YOUNG HARVEYSMRSr f titco in history ail branches of ttlomestic

I sugar Indu try. the De '
CRUDE TRAILERPROVEDIN
1.art meat of Agn ':.Hnre: State. interior ',

... H/MRA'HT:7/ENf1IS7)n t r6ROT1ERSJON < and Bureau of the Budgetare .-- ..At .
DH/M I 1 in accord I believe it would t'r :
I 'j-'i:1
RESHAPING AMIRICAS t, :be in the beet Interest of our state \ :

TRANSPORT nil! certainly in the beat intere=- I fh 1 1 .
i ; ,f ti.e sugar industry of Florida too
1. 1 l = i with the other I
/' l along sugar pro M-C-M PROUDLY RE-INTRODUCES
TTOGAY FRUEHAUF HEADS f; .> <'inp: states aDd the Administra-:!
I.Dion in seeking quick passage of the :!

THE FREIGHT TRALERNLkJSTRYYOULL r.r"lIo ell act by both the Honse and :, PO M TWA

/ Sec he senate, reserving the right; 'l

t '. MS GIANTS OH EVERY'" .. non ever. to oppose at any time in

E ROAD. N ISav( CFd the future: nay restriction on domestic -:', I ---- h -- --

d production of a wen-'flllus;: TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYIngrid

-- TOP such an ..... : .
\N GREAT rob .o Attached hi n brief summary of Bergman, Greg Peck in

be! pfOfOH ... I j

With kfevfeat ...r-.. .1. ... i i I SPELLBOUND


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Cane Quotas r May Be Changed








MOORE HAVEN MAY New Sought Injunction In River Is I f I Quota Control System Will



PUT WATER CONTROL And Lake Net CaseThe !I Actually Have Little Effect



BEFORE ITS VOTERSThe : Fionas-Game and Fresh I

Pub Commission today naked that On The Everglades GrowersUnited

I the State Board of CoaserraUoa he
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I Ou of Ha:n nay pat enjoined from exercMaf Jartaflc<

I the question or bow to finance fU-\\ tlon over fishing on lake Okee-

ture water control squarely; up o( cbobee and the St. John's RtverIn States Sugar Corp. Executive Goes

the dtiteu. at the next election a bill for iajanettoa filed in
I To Bat For Local Farmers In MonthLongMeets
II Tentative slaa* for such a move t the Leon County circuit Coast the

were taaagarated at a meeting of I commission charged that the three ; With Officials In Nations Capital.

the city commtssioaers Toesday legislative acts giving the Board of

night at City Hall, with a large CoBMrvatioa aat i rity over the two I -------- -

group of dtiMBi pretest bodies were "teeaasfateat with and I -A series of meetings and eaoaareares .

r It WM pointed out at the meeting hostile to" commhwioa reeahtttoaa City Announces An FERRIS REQUESTS ta Washington botweea. B Ternmeat -

..;; tt the commission general revenue and asked that they he declared Office VacancyIn officials and eaeeatfree rep

had has been showing a deficit nnconatftattoaal resenting the varioas Agar.hHt.

of aboat 15.000 durtag each The three act, designed! to reopen I CONGRESSMENS AID eats of the entire world which has

of the pact several years The groupOf Okeechobee and the St. John's a legal advertisement elsewhere I I stretched out over more than a

r r tPtaUv eitiaeu who attended River to commercial fishing, were: In this newspaper will be' month appears to be drawer t* a

the meeting; Toted approvalof passed during the 1947 legislative found announcement of aa electionto Senator. c;er and Hi.Uaud and I very successful close ia the psipe.

a plan to have City Altorf.Conle session: 1 be belt July 28 with two important Representative Rogers each revived ration of a new sugar act which has

place a mfllage vote before fader them the salt-water con issues to be placed before the copies of the following letter just been presented to esress

&n election, provided it could be (Continued on Page 5t voter of Moore Haven requesting their support for the Working ta the interest tC

don immediatelyThe plan is under Of major importoaee is the de- proposed new act 'preaeat sad prospective growersof

consideration now by Judge Glades Offers aisles for a mill tax to be decided Dear Senator: I: the area. Josiah Ferris, Jr., vice-

Cout*. wBo plans to Investigate City upoa. The mlllage will be imposed This ia a request fer your active I president of the ratted States Sa

poeaibUity of each a resolution be- Water Control Aid if it is tile voters' indicated will for sapped of the propoaed Star Act I I gar Corporation, expressed himself

ing presented to the voters at the the purpose of establishing water of 1 4S. 1 as well pleased with the progress

Best eAt, election without the noeeealty I At Meeting Tuesday control te the city As yea know, I have always been I made aid fall of hope for a hrftght

of state legislation on the Of ao lees widespread interest Is opposed to a MIa system of prodae- I. future for Florida, easiBa&l

matter Such state legislation will the aaaouaeesaeat that at this election rifted States sugar interests.Oat .
tin control and I aa still opposed
Glades County came to the aid
mean a delay of two yean, naleas I of Moore Haven Tuesday at a meeting voters will fill a vacancy OB to any law which restricts domestic I of the anise of mrttat,

an emergency meeting to called inTallahassee. when a resolution was passedto the board of city commissioners production of aa essential conferences and diseaastoas fat th*

hkh is MM likely. t spend up to flt,009 if necessan created b> the expired term of t.... The proposed act however, nation. capita with so mans ant
Mark Green < ity commissioner of varied interests represented **. leaned -
Judge Coax will report at the to establish water control in the 1 does not appear to restrict except, !
:Moore Haven tin six;
for
past
next ateettef eC the cemmiastoacrs city The meeting. held in the years theoretically, sugar prodaction in! a feeling of roafidcMe amai;

of Moore Have who will establish morning voted approval of a plan Florida and Louisiana the mainland all concerned that the Sager AM

the proper procedure for haTtag Die I cane area. where a quota of! of 1948 will he the fairest and bestever
for two pam, one to i* installed :' SOLDAT
quesUoa pat to a rote of tile peopleof oa the South city limit ditch th. MILL SITE I 500.OUO tone would be fixed, regardless enacted for everyeae coateraod.
The present act BOW fa effect .
the
ehy other at the Huey ditch, where it of consumption ta the

CiU Manager Mack Greene ex- tatenects with Bagara boat slip. United Staten Under the praaaat was drafted ta 1937. sad i sat cast>ft ;.

+it ... ......- Ta* .**paps .***. >*et vat been;MOORE HAVEN SAT.I lotr digs ..,. nIl..taL. eel armor. ., ........ m mote -._. \

are...,.;i'.lii lll -WItt... aawiftaiiil
t a fiaaactel .-affair' >ihho% a ttfislativ .. **ow*, ta. ihJaT vHf he twenty inch 'TO TROPICAL SUGARSi It is understood by the sugar tail potets'.ft that toretleayarea thts i:
Is still ..eIer.Mta rsi istlins.
act, anj. that there are set pamps, mstalhhii ta order to pump ustry that the President will .. -
hat ad.. that actually theOtades
enough restate la the ahty for a water la or ... as the need ma i pend the quota provision of the act
are at restricted fer a period of
ral-r..c1-reY'ue large enoughto arise for drataac or trr1a'Ion. In until production meets demand,
'
i i I': '"'''t -i ::1:1:I "it. It Moot at toast five years at u.e.. of '
do the control !1 roordlaatioB with ditch me: possibly within the next: two or
any good ia water present ,
;I'n. i I. :- ; dtion the
: ;In ; n uf which time a sew sagar Mlhe waft
plan plans throughout the citit is t x. three yearaIf quotas were re-
.
I new upair; planned for that I hteaght forth ataea the else niwnader
pArt.d that the two new pumpe will I' imposed BOW under the present act
riiv. was sold Saturday morning __ draft eXBirea then
provide ample drainage and watercontrol I the maraia.no cane area WOHM ese
Glades Granted Soil I according to an announcement by "While ta theory the taw tot
for the city to meet any a quota of about 453AOe tons, so ft
Hugh Breckiandge. repreeentiag may appear to restrict Florida psawdacttoB
Conservation District emergency seems to me it would be wise to
Prank Yann.
Tropical Sagar Inc actually It doe aotUftg
exchange the old law which will
I former owner of the site on the of the kind" Mr Ferris essfa>asiz
expire> December 31. 1947 for the .
.\fter a long series of discussions i Local Boy Makes south edge of the city sahataatiat- ed. .However, if and whoa a time 1
ed the ...... bat withheld actual aew one Florida producers pro-
public hearings and referendum coatee daring, the five yean taw* K
Bass CatchGoing ,
Big
details of the sale. Continued on face 8) should restrict production. wo eke
vote Glaaa eauaty has bees graat i i
*d the right to.sotshHsh a Mil coa The announcement was made ---- go ta and ask for amnadmeem wish :

rvatioa program, AG. Hatchtasfn against all the taws of public at a' meeting at Moore Haves Fishermen Are a strong HkoMood of ..."- ....." t '

county agrtcaJtar agent aestt man and estate, and vlalattac jest suit house Saturday morning OM Presl..lane P"'It'"I i I
about every rule appttcahta to good when. local interests and officiate of Rescued From Lake I !
d
) t"'J. Section 301 of the eM sugar act
bass fiahmg; IS-year-old Cahrta D the taw corporation and representatives -
The reamhs of tae recent re- After Bad Night makes It mandatory that process
Wbidden of Moore Haaaa caught a of banking Interests gathered -
rondant sabmltted to the stateb on pay what te known as a "fair ,
string of bass Thursday awoa which i to plan farther steps in bring
<,ard of agriculture tadicate a ..- i price for sugar cane he bays from
might very well be tensed The : ig the Bill to Moore Haven Rescue parties were called oat
i tatatioB MrTieteat to merit tadtndaal growers. Daring till
>. ranting of a soil taaauistlua diet limit! Tropical officials under Mr early Mooda.on ag at Moore I yean this sectioa was taetmded ta t
Even the rankest amateur bastfisherman 'I' Caldwell Mr Welch left Clew- Raven when a pair of fiahenaea
rlc t. aad I the old hill. never once has aW sat i
failed to reefers after a trip Swa1 -
knows that bfgmoathbaas
istoa late afteraooa for
Saturday of agriculture boas send to I
rotary
'NOW. by merely...... well bet
.< wont feed from UM sarface Miami to confer with AthcaUe CoaafLine I day stop ta and enforce It ia the state j
cmamr and eat
t to abtata a '1I Fred A. Flanders sad
at high BOOB oa allot..,. bat in headquarters there I Headed by
of Florido It.. expected that Section
., .. hags HutchJaos rep..1
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wn to Jr. ia the
W. B. Morton engineers'speedboat
He said the obiset/ees ease a few of the.... wel't'a't railroad siding fa< illtles i Ml win be omitted from the I Ii
vtrrday
aware of this regalattoa., it would Havea who pat out from the
I i new bin BOW under draft Ads !
the disrriot will be to give aidproblems
Moore Haves lock,'and several pri-
be necessary to creep ap on them I
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of soQ conservation. omitted under the same secttoa Isi I
vate parties from fish camps ta the(
'!:ding water control and pasturelopmeat. through the bushes being very! Bible School To 11 vicinity the search ended with i the dane of requirement for Baati >< i
.' f careful not to let a shaier fall on wages and hours for sugar ....*. i iI
'f the water and with a laic fly-rod. Flanders locating the missing ana
I Open Here MGIKlay I I I This paragraph also has no eta ;
I aasae seven miles from the lace
drop the bait gt-ntit oa the sarface I one wav or another oa Ftorsiw., )!

Fire Department Young hidden toMes all this, Ueordtne to the Rev John A.' proper, oa a spoil bank 1 since the secretary of agricatta :

and a lot of other ...-. oat the I Haven' John E Hodgee Arcadia mer- + (Conflated on Pace I)
Moore the Moore
Formed For City 1adQw when be roes oat fiahtacla S pastor of I rhaat and Edward Alt'obrook, of ; '
PHrct Church the Vacation:
Baptist
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the first" ice\ he fishes ia the the Nocatee crate mill set oat on
i..uk School of the rhurch wtU open Sunday : Two Injured As Car
the fishing trip afternoon
hottest of the day with the t
Haven part I
',' H Farnam of Moore : swbion inuhod'v :turning Jaljr 7.
I sac o .'rliad using! a tipBut Ca A big storm struck their craft Crashes On
Highway
;
: rued chief of the newly furdepartment |'isat i"i I at 9 a. mAll I which became namaaageable ia the .
..;.t' of that city at a fly fuhFimanThe fly: ) toes ->; d irks from four to
I I tied to chess of the tommtaaieaef; Ha-
(j fifteen year c f a1!:e in Moore .; i
When the subsidedi
t cam free si'ihbv fear and a storm !
Halt: 10 a : :
theca l lA
t sy :: dit aCity yea art iUVltE'1 tl> rarticipate ia ----- t
HI."t'r fir' d ?artaMat with'1 half foot f
;>fat ,t' ,'ncf' each we.. all off M.> tad "' approgdting the; tinday t-i JOoi *:II::at KIDS. shore. left the boat and started!| crash late Saturday afternooa .ate j !
stream rteai!hi'!', (:11 paa"+. ,wimtmirg wading ashore through boar feet ofwater.
Ct x o! Moore sateen well Bay Pei Moore wail sti -e a* priiut Darkness and dense growth of Ctewistoa I II t

th ,ici.it aeaaiasma** actual I trunk,aid! ;set warounddthrarhirc ; : al and a "togoo faculty ha :|, or weeds in the water kiBdaiOd I Archie Crihhs of Miami was tats I !
Ii' a ttr with Ms hart:: I
aiL;, ."+ l'ord:11I te Mack rH-De. : .' vt>lncie red to carry on the ..CM'k.t 1 their progress and finally the fjdr I to Ssjawund Hospital ta CtwLfA 'j
: Pi5 ttv ".id ana w14D gets
mai ..,,, i The aaex'iurate! a. Too school will run two beers each |i became hopelessly lost i Where he was fond edict: tllr !
.at oat .... lh'H' f.'nf't frem1 '
;'va -. : : II per lion and ''Ii,. I'I'h. morning for a peri'l ot. two wets.lag's I *... *b ck Ad IM of U*... Aa
pool.
.:rv ,: Tat,, at |2. 'Ii" ; II j Hewday ream or. badly mangled araa.Jaa ;
1 t;'.hiftahinc :; ri t. Itt9 pwa.vatiafiQa of ; I .
;,<- av, "f insaraace for the i "humpering'!: aid 1M Levin | Mobile Uwt I to return home \ ri>cc; at A14ermatl' Cape of Sebrtag. the ]insiaajer

!" aol ..: fitttromea both at when he ia aSth.M boat camp at Moore Havenproved I after treatment for shock ski et
IS \'i'I"Y e;'t rome
,, :.re. jui titrtat steam tire 8tr.JJI-: : t 1.aso >".,,'h? dM> aaa he1' To B e Here May 1 that their boat had not re- bruttes. wan released ... teataaaV> i

'>!tOI ',' i.ii.' lAkaar ap at a tator{; al ,1da' a t l iIiD&n: "' I tarsal the Bight before. Several led te her home.
ravimiasioaera ponds'' iWu'nt-\: dispatched t' at C*.......
'I.Il!! I'h.. city" I mane Bin ounces The \ district reserve seatchiax parties were Crihhs mafr' d

reelnauineod.'t I "A bumper crop" artaaed Cat jBobile unit "The WotW oa i to seat the ,....... bat it rein -. Hospital rut i, Tv'::rsdav woe- ...

j "Us enough to tsar es lelitti Wheels will be in MOOT Harem ine6 for Fteaden and Norton iath 1 was traaafoiTed to veterans he**

:'; "otaat Vacation .bJe geaools i mate fishermen: hang oft bends ta| Monday July :' at whiffe members I Ii speedboat harbored at the lock pital la Miami according to Mrs
'shame" Vin this tavtted to! to locate taesa. t Helen Fetors, suyertassnaeat.
t Ut' Carted Stales and Osmad said the Rev ;Jata Moore,{[i of area are

1 haU enrolment of t."?.... : Baptist pastor: at Moore nil atterj!, bring their friends aaoX. poapostiveV4 I Badly bitten by .....tOf'l. and ; The aeridaat occarte*. anordiag'

'E dren than samsMSwas pre- eacoanterhtg Ca' hoRHMSd beandjwtta I tnliotaam aboard : sntfarteg eraais frees their long 'to Highway Patirsmaa A. W Miller

ed today.. ay 1 Mias Ruth a.h I the big string Ipr. Moore I U Omemk- E. Caftor.. officer; stay te the s-alsr hesaru they rawled of Meere Haven, -'- a rear ;' j,

.S: Murphy < seveath naval ha. a were retarded to Aldermaa's'highwar aerUeat Patrotnlaa Mflerinvestigated
district
isr The
!tit:tots eamaataaasaw, .aao lit****i| M caBsfclsTahss of a ..qa. .... '
atirnal Coaacil of .tUgi... Edua .. "I guess w. justright ...t Uve', quota of 4.2414 new enijiUBjieats o-: whence tHy were taken home to Wore MiDI transfer
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pEpOPTth' I
hard-water deposit
Don't ever leave buckets,pans or To remove a
IN WASHINGTON tubs of scalding water on the floor from the bottom of the washer !
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E SCRE !0s where a child can stumble into rub it with a cloth dipped in yin

e'eased by: Western K.,,* *per Ualoa. them. egar water. \
j -a-
By INEZ GERHARD Battle of Isms When footsore- -after a hardday's II Cranberry and most fruit stains I

|IT' IFE'S always been full of surprises is as evil or more Moral Integrity in shopping, sit down and soak will come out if boiling water ii j

*-* for Marian Shockley, FASCISM communism. We your feet in warm salt water dry poured on them with force while

who's "Carol Brent" on NBC's have only recently concluded Our Everyday Lives with an absorbent towel and massage -I stains are still fresh. Soap wil 1 1I

"Road of Life." She planned to a war against the evils of fas- LESSON TEXT fOR JULY S-Job 1:1: briskly with ice-cold: cologne. set the stains._ J
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be a history teacher, but a job Remember? Fascism T7 1.5. 31 IS.21MEMOR -.- I
in a stock company bobbed up cism. the strong -' ELECI10 -My rUhlMUless Take time to sweep up broken One can make a wood stain simply
at usually develops among I hoU '_-: and win not let tt g*: my ) dissolving a piece of roof 1
as she was finishing her studies I glass carefully and empty it into by
I ,
and powerful, communism among cart aba1 reproach me so Nag is
the University of Missouri and she the weak and underpriTileged. And h.*_-.Job .. 6 a tin can. Use a damp cloth or mg tar in gasoline or other petrelsolvent. :
took it. Later an artist who paintedher democracy is a way of life which moist cotton to pick up the tiny ': The shade can be varied j
portrait introduced her to a slivers. I by using more Of less tar.
wou.d: prevent the foment of either EDITOR S NOTE: Lest m*,..ts ail ;
Theater Guild official-result, partsin leveling trltctti ti cpyjrnfht
fas<..sm or communism by Scripture ttttt
two Broadway productions She ./ Imttnttioatl Cfumeil at Rs',,'_* ids
eat.*. uttj ly ,.,11I,_.. NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS
helped a friend make a recording

M .v : "'- 7! Z BT HAROLD L. LUNDQITST. D. D.
or Tat Moody Bible lastitite rbk|*. Pansies Crocheted in Filet

\ 'ODERN problems may well be
{ I
solved by the principles foundin
Old Testament Scripture. Man is Romantic Lace-Skirted Design

essentially the same as he alwayshas

been, sin and temptation to evil
have only changed their outer trim-

fASCdM ? rungs Above all, the Word of Godis

rr t a rpggasM eternal in its validity and effectiveness
;

the peaks and depressions of either We learn from him and his experiences t It

privilege or underprivilege. that it is possible so to
live the of God. that he
by grace \
With the hue and against
cry
can be pleased with our lives. Thatis s
communism in this congress and 1
fact. Job was .
.. elsewhere in the nation it Ii well an encouraging '
''' I tY
:1' who
just but he was a man
a man.
,
to see what fascism is doing in the
MARIAN SHOCKLEY : meantime Monopoly Is fascism in was

I action. It is steadily gaining ground I. Upright and Good (1:1). m ef .
for a radio shew, by impersonating I in this country and nothing is being SOME liberal critics of the Bible .t fia : s' y:j'I1yut

Judy Gar land J Phil Baker promptly done to curb it Development of tried to prove that Job

'cnjagid her to impersonate KathI I monopolistic cartels was a Hitler I was not a real man, but other Scripture ..

,trine Hepburn on his show, and I practice. makes it clear that the words
there she was, in radio. Her husband "there was a man" (v.I states a
"Bud" Collier announces I The program to divide the fact. (See Ezek. 14:14: and 20;
Toad of Life." farmer and the city worker is James 5:11)
fascism in action-tbe old Hitler
=-+- theory of divide and conquer. He was a man with a large faro

Kent Smith will be the American The trend to weaken or destroy ily, with great flocks and herds, and

narrator in RKO's documentary labor onions In the guiseof so a man of business, and the husband St
"Hlrohito's Children." Char lift correcting some labor abuses and father in a growing and e

Young, "the man with 1,000 voices," is fascism, one of Hitler's first active household. But in it all he e .
will be the Japanese narrator. The steps in coming to power in was upright, and a good God- a.tr

picture was assembled from confiscated Germany.On I fearing man.

Japanese films. several fronts the trend to- Many make excuses for their v

-9 ward fascism is evident while the failure to serve the Lord. They

The cast cf "The Gunfighters" peopje are blinded by the wavingof say that their business duties and ?
fically broke down the resistance of flags and the thunder of oratory relationships make it Just about r '
Deputy Sheriff William Steele of against communism. Remember, impossible. Others say that fam-

Coconino County, Ariz., and talked both are equally evil in any form. ily situations and responsibilitieskeep ,
him into playing a small part in the them from service and wor- 5460 5485

picture. But the company headed ship of the Lord.
Street Scene
by Randolph Scott Bruce Cabot The experience of Job explodesall
Dorothy Hart and Barbara Britton A large florid-faced man wearing such excuses and squarely Treasure Lace

worked on him for nearly a month black hat and string bow tie apologetically faces us with the fact that it is ; LACE SKIRTED and embroi-

before he finally gave in and turned proffered three cents and possible to live for God in tbe f ,! figures worked m a romantic
actor. a five dollar bill to a bus driver. midst of the very circumstances fashion. These designs '

-=h "Think I can change a five spot?" of modern life. make unusual pillowcase or dres-
tu
napped the bus driver. The passenger -
er scarf decorations. Crocheted
For "The Foxes of Harrow" eight : looked up and down the bus. II. Tried and True (27:1-5). !
technical lace measures 4 inches deep in
advisers to
were engaged I Other passengers looked away. A FTER Job had lost his property,
the "skirt" section the
A
coach had in.Strnctors edging
Rex Harrison. He
in his I
little white haired fumbled health
lady his children and even
carries out to the end of the pit
for the card sharp scenes, 'II
her purse and proffered a dime. three of his friends came to comfort Filet Chair Set low-case. Makes most handsome
fencing horses f a
,
jumping dancing,
The florid-faced reluctantly added to his -
I But
him.
man they only i. -v tare' are and -..betre.sured.1
singing, French and Irish dialects. .' I took it and paid his fare. Tippinghis sorrow by accusing him of being D.' : '.'--. i I.' f 1.11., make t.i.t i gift'LifeSavins !
and !
jiu-jitsu I hat, he said, "If you get up to sinful and suffering only what he .
,
lo\ l .\ ", riot "r>.v:-u (, ii>.r sit So I a a
I the capitol, look me up. I'm Senator :desen: cd. ea'-\ ii; do. and the set will look I To obtain tr..ihi deucn, complet.crocbeUnc .
Besides the usual quota of first I McKellar." Job in these verses is replying to so autifui on our best upholstered untractions on th
mforplace
aid men on the job during the shoot- i. them. We note that in his ignorance chair. Romantic >Lady No

tog Of battle scenes for "The Man I Rttml met Aires roar dim a Week of God's purposes, he accused God j, 55)address tend and ae patten e Bti to number.cota. you Dame

Iran Colorado," starring Glenn usurpscis luring At cos/red dipsal of being cruel to him (27:3: .:2U. To obtain _pWte crdMtfal InstnleDue I to aa Mumattr ttrgc demand one
Fwd William Holden and EDen i tk* Jt+Mrtmtnl .t lritlAtUTt uyl This matter was later to be straightened Burn, filet charts. amends materials currant ceodttM ifciMto m... tan* ii
Drew, five veterinarians were on ,, ..HIJ1# at}..".pr.JM i., udsZimillet out with the Lord. sMcriM tar tile Pay Net Chair Set required In Ota* cadets far a few of OMtn
: ,.J5 ., /. tftem OM west cot Patten Ho. Hf ) lead M eeote ta coin *t popular IIII4IenILJ1IU
_
band to for the hundreds of >f
care But even now when he did DOt name address aDd pattn number Send rout "vdef to:
horses. tin KMi I ; #fill rest fonlrtls. Do ut firgtt, a, itI understand God's dealings, and
-_ :, ttariieenlyisNeti.O.l! stood there sick and destitute, fce SEWIVG CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK:
If you remember "Grass" and i maintained his integrity. He would ; Reel SM saute Well Si. cacao, r. 1H.Fnchmt .
not turn from the Lord, nor' wouldhe 30 cents fr Patten.
know what
to
"King Kong"
you'll
I Fertilizer propaganda. Use more
expect from Arko. loci, a new compMqr : !fertilizer to live 1ong r. Dr. Fir- be led off into wickedness. I A new device to save lives in Narr-No

formed by Iferian C. Cooper, I man E. Bear of the New Jersey agricultural It is possible for a man to he hotel fires is a reel .f steel tape Adcln'
win produced them and John Ford. experiment station told beaten and bruised and bewildered permanently mounted on the win- I
They say they'll make unusual adventure I low; frame. The occupant of the I
I, the American Plant Food council and still true to the Lord.
f pictures. Rock that fertilizer room fastens the tape UDder his
convention at Little Let's utter forget that
arms, step out into space ana is
life expectancy.'Figures
increases
I III. Kind and Fair (31:l -23). lowered to the ground at elexator e e .
show that in as
Peter Lind Hayes came back toN proportion I
.w York for the first tome since :aur fertilizer tonnage is increased I OB hid been a rich man. but had speed by the unwinding of the A .

hie sensational 3eemt at the Copftcafcaoa 1 I, 50 has our life expectancy," said .. not let his own prosperity dun i reel. -

last May thia tone to make Dr. Bear his eye so that he could not sec the I -- ---
need of his neifHbor. lie was
poor
scenes for his first starring picture i
.far Universal-Intematioasal, uTheSellatal' Struts 'Sitfin, Down' not among those who. because they I SNAP! CRAG LE! ANO POP! ;'Av. .
Was Internet." He also are well fed. can see no point in ail
i THE PAST have been
IN we the fuse about the hungry people
4fec s ed plans for the coming
KKR1e4ft
pleased to laud the statesmanshipif round about.
Broadway musical "Cross Town"in Senator Vandenberg of Michigan.
which he'll co-star with his actress Many here don't like Vandenberg. There is something very Anne and
wife. Mary Healy. he worthy of our imitation here. It iso

-*-- ____. _-_-_- _, They say is easy to take what we have as a
ii stuffy Ora cynical
special favor from the Lord to be
---oiJ---the
When Jean Hmhelt, "Dr. Chris member retained and used by us. when we
tian," finishes translating the works press gallery de- ought to recognize it as a matter of
of Han Christian Anderson he scribes him as a stewardship. for the Lord. J
pins to write his autobiography, ; Ut man "able to strut

based en the diary he's been keeping i sittir(! down" He is A vital part of real moral integrity '
Since he firm armed in Holly I % becoming irritable is the right use of passes- .

wood, in 1913. Hes seen a lot of over the load be sions. Many a man or woman who

things happen in those 34 years; it carries. He is his passed all the other tests with RICE KRISES/I / $
should make interesting reading charged with hav- filing! colors conies to grief at
He'll illustrate the book with nand mg opposed appointment this point. ran

ink sketches.A of Mark IV. Spiritual and Faithful (31:: P C Be sun you get America favorite rice cereal.
-f-- Ethridge, conscien- 24-9S: .0. the OM and only KtOogft Kk* Kritpit
"r = f the Louisville Cou-
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group of William Bend'X fans THERE were plenty of tempta- -- --
rier-Journai. to head the Creek miS-
in Brooklyn have started a movement trans m Job's day. as there are
s.cr; : because the President did not
to ban the "Where There'sLife" now, to depart from the worship of
star named as "Mr. Brooklyn onsalt him beforehand the true God to other modes of

," on the ground that he best Now he is being charged with devotion.! e *

f represents the characteristics of lofciing up appointment of Francis i The worship of the sun was com-
I
Brooklyn citizens. He's net a Brook; Bidd'e. former able attorney general I 1 mon, and Jeremiah 44:17 shows
lynite! as American member of the that it continued for generations. In I pDL

--+- United Nations Social and Economic !> fact, what shall we say of the world f
council for the same reason. The i i wide devotion to astrology in out 9 To Buy
denies that this is
Robert Young nomination was made by the President ; day.
a man's world. He works in "Three 1 last January. No action. When ,i Then there was the temptation U,

Were Thoroughbreds" at Columbia, asked for the reason Vandenberg i worship geld. How up-to-date thai t

then goes home to nine women-his said "Action: on Biddle it not one I is, for do we not have millions wh, U. S. Savings Bonds

wife, four daughters, a housekeeperand of the supreme dedications of my I worship "the almighty dollar" yes,, ,
a cock; says he cant get a We." Is that "strutting sitting I i I even if..they do not have it.
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Kathleen
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Swoops, Banks and Loops Says :



The only airman to perform A Job for a Lonely Woman

the spectacular stunt oi gUd&2 ;

through the air by means of can- Bel: Syndicate: -wnv' F*.t-r*., HOUSEHOLD '

vas **wi gstf attached to his aims .

was Oem Soon of Laming, Midi,

says Collier's. At an attitude at

1%,_ ft, be would jump Iran j a' EM O

a plane and swoop, bank and loop I 4"r ;# ;

to within .%,. feet of the ground !

finishing his fall with one or tin


parachutes.After mating some 200 of these

descents i& two years. he plungedto F1km''t

his death on April 25, 19r: .

through the failure of both cbtes '

to opes before 100,000 spectatrs

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A flustered woman nt'a1 s

full of packages approach; t.e.: : J'

,j department store floorwalk.eOb -.
dear,"' she said in ac a-

i? guished tone, 'Tm looking for !TV

j husband I was to have met him

l' here two hours ago I wonder if

. you have seen him!" .t

j The floorwalker did his best tc / .r,A.W N' pnpi. ir rmomgb: out ef those mcfly-gre tmtJ, grrtttg .. r TI, .
j iookaftQgmg. who f>ir> bndft burp fffotmtmtmts rm Wvfy Ajnfors, dtsttas urttn:' wo: 'tstyks.
1 1 "TlMialj I have, madam" be ."

+ replied. "Is there any distinguish-

j ins harartmrtH about him by I By KATHLEEN NORRIS 1 IEADERS NEEDED

j which I could identify him!" Creamed Tuna in Potato Nests:

After er moments thought a : of Charmian I See He r'f'5 Bf i '
Am MftlbfMt veU-of widow
1 frightened expression came over ,
J the woman's face THE I : is not unusually ; ands .Mist Norris for t mt adntton First Aid far Lunch"If

I "He's," she replied hesitantly, as stories go today. '! footing ruB, absorkmg, LYNX CHMBERS' MENU

1 I 'I imagine he s purple by now." and yet her letter is a very sad and unjul carter Ske can ford only I had a good list c' man ; .
one, and she wants advice. Charnuan : O.cKen Loaf with
I to Jtrote kirttlj to prctcaUy dishes and desserts for companylmuheams.
j ; was a newspaper woman i anything the wi&ei. Part'tints ." said a friend of mme I Mushroom Sauce

TO COOiSCALDS BURNS 25 years ago, when she made a assistance to ckjrtt drives, com'muvtiy recently, "but it always seems I I Green Peas with Pearl daisesOrangeRiney
1.I sensationally good marriage. : ) get stuck with things and can't think Tomato Salad
and
CHAT/NO terncet to on. ore
i about something the girls really Rolls Beve raga
Jim Lewis handsome
QuickC aprhr oNraE r com- f I' was popular not wfiuitKt to iuJtrttt this vi&orotu like" Lime Chiffon Pie
fortinc"RAY'S with \,; rich devoted. He was .
its w&oieaom mtlstptifs" and atj killed in Flanders November : dirt tfonun, who used to A g-vtf <<.;?*:on for the above Recipe guea
on
tore aiding medication.Nothing enhke t l i* in newspaper work problem IS to keep a card file of
u nothing so comforting 10, 1918. just a few hours before .
Her it serried s :ete menus
daughter to Mtufal
pleasant for externally caused skin the guns fell silent. i iCharmian's ? camp* and pour into a greased loaf ....
troubles 35c. Get a package today. offtttr and note lines t* t1 T ouch occa-
baby, l .sr e. waaorn "" ., -: :".> Be certain Bake in a moderate (330-degree*
.xu.. months
Except for two ) I Ids.
that month. Mane now is well "> tryout. the oven for 35 minutes or until
uw.frs.. Lents Beasts.
a tJnrnoM
year carefully on platter ari
:named and living in Mexico Char- foods before the
mian could lift with them of tint ber daughter, tht hat notbwg :-rpany date garnish with parsley. Poor.....

course. bat they are childless no I to do. Of case she writes, comes along so room sauce over loaf.Mushroom .

excuse for her to be.a uaefal grandmother I slot could plate tut* the metes k; : \'OUill be thoroughly : SalloH.t .

-and they are Levy folk Ev- !. social attiritj of bridge- riyieg familiar tablespoons hatter -
4
!rvone knows that the navy is a club, and gossiping, hit that doesn't with the preparation tablespoons Seerrapp -.,,:'
oral outsiders always feel themselves ,. interest her. and then everything wig ran mint
u utsiders. And Charmian is a teaspoon salt
comfort-i smoothly
Miss Norris alma Mrs. Leers '
ably rich so that she may have herr ; If you dn't want to plan the menuzompletelv .teaspoon paprika '
to enter politics rind to try to *s rap cooked or rayed 1
home aad
\ nicely kept may then select just the
..,- :lee herself a useful and busy per work herself mp to a poutttnAs main dish and nil m the salad and rah sems

",--; she will.Bridge iiM.f eiMetgb to meld tome i vegetable with whatever aim scaaen.Taaa Melt butter and bland whit >lqm I
I really comstnutive f eWr. The aDd seasonings. Add milk grab .....
Hi 6eHip. a la Kiafta
and cook
over low heat nines
Hued for isteii morsel sb
jest .
canal Bt wwild be P tate Nest
"A merely constantly, until thick and snosA.
..t> r!SsiWr. sad I ceoH b pope : leadership ts urge *. The yeanahead Serves *) Add mushrooms and cook two ndB-

Unlike on old horse, on old -." enouchn of thaw nicely.r 'i. are critical Evemts that 2 ma Batik ales longer! Serve hot CJftJ'1oaf. chida
ed who will shape the ftttre for 4 tablespneas riser .
>oT> paying women play generations
engine ten be made young agt+n or.dee:' writes Charmtan, "keep' art just ahead Women 4 tabiespesas batter -'.,., Lisa Caifaa HeI1 .

: You can't 1 TOJC a.. eng: jie .n th- teN. appomtments in beauty; parlors dis- fhomU take a band, comtimmet *j teaspoon salt : teas*.... JIIIda iwuassd

but you can look at the cr.haj If it :.uss servants names styles Or I ; Miss Norris. and try to sore vbat 1-W* teasaaaa pepper gebttai
teastttaa Wai.nln iaii f
Moke it burn a lot of ail aad probably could marry again. hot I somehow is hest in our ctfiluatton. cup eaU water
aeedinev Sealed Power Patoa ran't consider either way senouslv aece 4 eggs, *+frt.4 &jH
Khat.. There's a Sealed Power Raw.fMtpn'lfn lira and I had OBIT seven monthstogether !|I 2 caps eaaawd taea taaSU t as*.aa salt 1

iffy caginfued Car yaw Mr. m all Bat'they're going to leged citizen of the greatest country et aaMrisaaydiJ.mliali. 1 cap sagar "5: -

truck or tractor engine, whatever the last me for life. i the world ever has tmown.t *4 rap day amkroam taps 4 taaleipaaas haw jafce
Scald milk in double boiler. Makea
.snake saodd, or cylinder wear scents* "I'd like to go back on the old {t Critical That paste of the melted batter and Geese
Grated rind of 1 Haw
tads Se*JOUf Seated P wer FrsaduM !newspaper But at 44 rich. weB- ; And lure
you younger women. you lour and add to hot milt, stirring
: 1
; iresMd. tedepeadeat, that wouldn't sep hapme wean.' 'sped
Hosiers tlne.d.wegaresserepetaertiwd mothers of children.
nursery-sue uatfl thick and smooth. Add sea-
Baked 4wh sloe!)
rork You have to need a newspaperrob J you young nurses and teachers : cook 15 Flake i pie
; sooinCB and minutes.
a postal for lUastMacd. j Soften in cold
Plate
to the strain of I I gelatin water
with it.
.nforro tje new put up how about you' Do you realize that tutor fish into large pieces and ma '
booklet 'm'y uuvt dabble m every drive, charity proj- the things that affect the next in topf double boiler the egg
(if generation with white sauce. Add pimiento and
} yolks, 4 of the ,:lt. haw
sal It I tin and Hu} ct that comes up Bed Cross. can- I j have moved out of the mallhroem& sugar *
sMeytubndtnoociSoled cheat juice and rind. C'vk "ve<- boiling
tubercuteia
oommoany hands of
Power Corp Granny and Mommy and Potato Neat: Peel 4 mdium-
V( Afar 0's-i2r. Chtea. tornado relIef. I '! dear Teacher That water until thick "T
Deot. >2. tremendous stand potatoes Cut into they strips \I
klich x tickets for everything But allleaves : aDd smooth stir- I
krfgo .t forces are afoot whose action will sasgUiiiise Heat in a small amount ,
"., unsads- nag constantlv .Y : I
me profound affect us all and undo whatwe've
perhaps of fat but do not brown Remove Remove'from
INDIVIDUALLYENGINEERED I know that tf r"-nged into > been building since the world- from fat sprinkle with salt and arrange
': :ng even book.......,. leasP >! shakmg days of Washington and in nests inside large murnotaks. beat, stir in gelatin -

nhY : study stamp coQecttag Fd j, Jefferson' Press potatoes flrnOy agaimtsidas andWhen )
sl j
*. Y way out But which shall Just now and i
then you young of pan and bottom Babe ta a thickened: fold in '- I
-rtust be free to visit Mary wives, go with Bin aDd Bob to for I
a hot (49 de ne) oven IS minute i
Call that two months.'ne stiffly beaten egg whites to which:
'vtar political meeting read aa occasional Steve hot tuna fish mixture in criap, \
"
has been
remaining sugar adisl.
other ton!
:
RIMGSaist newspaper article, form aaopauon. hot potato nests Tans mixture iota baked pie nisi
EMMChanniaa.rM/les. This will be a true service: Lattice Rbatarfe PK. !
M fttai WGJNtt'IJT aDd chili aa refrigerator for salehoar.
to America,
a service without eat Pastry
IH answer Spread or tote wheti I
m pi (Mttwts you or sacrifice It
may save you m 1C 2 cups eat aa raaaarb .
.' c you what I'd do, if I were 90 cream over top. : :
Tears m years-from the bitter: Flour
5-.e> Generation younger, as yea and terrible I A simpler combmaboDbaa aiMsc<
sacrifice Chat
this joyous 1
t' and: had the means to do it. Fd littte cup rear of the two given thus far is this see I
SUFFERERS! nursery of yours would Line wit Wash
KIDNEY pie pan P& try. ,
;n fr politics-aad lice: I thirst have to face of baked tomatoes and banana tans: '
m another war. i and peel rhubarb; cut m small I I
-u\ own one ntnteactit of the earoachmg Baked Stuffed Tamatoes.
74% BENEFITED years is that 1 was born ; pieces Flour (Serves C) f
Ma-tie Tableware until they I 'I
-la c&nkal test by reeopizM jst a little too late for it. la peee 6 medium sired tomatoes i
;
N.Y. research. argaaUatiaa V ever the greatest country in the Tested by Army then are quite add I I1 : cops shrimp or crab meat :
AIl .... from tIIn&I e.Nae. I flakeda 'I
-! ears e&.mc
,.. orld needed honest servants it is { :
JItItIaCIf t.nbu All"" $atW I Preliminary tests of tableware Mix well
.busdaatt.v..s4a. .Mata.+ na-taw.wb.&tm today. If ever we needed level 1 army .1Ii1e'I1' I cop thick cream saute
,
,tat.d.oredooo.nmt .,.. made of molded r-lartrt: md place IT lt teaspoon mustard II
_.,.., d...-.....-w o.rata Iledlerh leads m Washington, it is right cate that these items have lined tr.
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+ role I'&h.l.soctl5) If the muddies that men maaj teaspoon salt
= : = aow ever ;1 with lattice
advantages over chmaware ; -
I d 0111 74r sae lend al dishes: Fine bread crumbs :
to.-. OBT W MI P'lIP at s>pt torskad Yt.ss Dave made of international affairs, for military purpose Eventual : of crusts _
too..T.p..sereq! ck.l..4I.Ma control I Butter
labor problems. juveaUe these dishes will i bake in a 450-
bsm.b e froe tkr s. fmwd., Let roof probably be DIe I Paprika
,'M MW kidnewbl.dd+r FiB.free s.y ' and U..Imt seas tmtaf.tmarj.. Scoop out tomato centers and its
for the touch of woman's
1 Kicr-f a Plastic 425-degree for 30 n.1u. I
bowls a oven m
;& MONEY EACk. cups and plate half the pulp with skrimp or crabmeat -
firmly bokkag a maternal. band-I' are undergoing tests at army hospitals A combination of yellow and greenis cream saace aDd sus mgs. I I

is now. We want leaders at Camp Lee, Va" and m aquartermasteroperated attractive for vorbrg into a Fill tomato shells with. mixture. Cev

cruelly desperately restaurantNow : hacheon combination especially er tops with fine bread crumbs dot I
are one Perhaps you can help put I the when it involves favorites like
quartermaster corps: is with butter and sprinkle with
SPECIALBARGAINS No : pap.
good men and women isle office chicken and lime won !
conducting research pie
into plastic rika. Bake hot
did his in a (45 -degree)
soldier at the front ever j
molding materials aad processes as Chicken Loaf With Mushroom Saner. oven for 23 mmutes.
than i
country a nobler service you the search for products that will (Serves C) Banana Cream Tarts. I
zan:: if you will. I meet high 2 diced cooked chicken
military requirements. cups (Serves i) ;
The plunge Into politics. for a I Plastic articles produced for civilian 1 cap soft bread crumbs 4 basaaasZ '

TiniZNyoaieethefpcciaUof .oman is apt to be a trade grimy. use often do not hare sufficient >4 cup chopped, cooked celery tablespoons catarH

,I Y Y merchants annocnccd The practical start is to watch the impact strength and abrasion reSiStance 2 tablespoons finely chopped teaspoaa vaailla extract
our papers for announcement of t po the loT water absorption piaieata *
whipping cream
4 cap
in the columns of this paper laical meeting or rally!: and attendit. ru&ged design and resistance to extremely 1 tafclespooa minced parsley I baked tart shells

you can depend on them. They If delegates to some larger meetin high and low temperatures Vi teaspoon salt I tablespoons shredded raciest

xacsa trjaia for JOGI are solicited and they usually needed in military items. The army U teaspoon paprika Fold; sugar and vanilla into

'I e They: are offered by rests are. volunteer for that service. Get hopes with cooperation of the plastics 1 i X tin. weD keatea whipped cream. Slice bananas into

who are not afraid to aiTKrnvt i acto a committee, or bead a delegation industry, to develop material 1 esp milk tart shells. Cover at once: with

their the quality I and learn how simple the bust- for use m rich items as buttons. i I taklespooas butler or thicken whipped cream and garnish with
prices or aess of state management is. andSera sunless frames waterfaag faucets fat coconut:

.- ef the merchaadije. toy offer.: I to Duff YOU weubt as a privi- crash be&sets aad tabiemtr I! CoccbiB ingredients mixing weB 1Iet.-.l be 1rm.re..eager Vain
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. I GLADES COUNTY June Rain Exceeds Company and recently elected president with that kind of a man in ?the
-.o++k"-nt!: co. : : c International. Kenis Governor's chair.
\ I -- of Rotary
i t DEMOCRAT Average For Month close to the Caldwell admin

amber of the The ailed Press r*$ tesl latt
istration. He is a
:. MOORE HAVES' FLORIDA Too Late To
Classify
t- I Il Weather Man States State Road Board, headed the week that Attorney General Tan

I Iof I Governor's Committee on Education Watson was formally restored at
Entered May -
a. cecond-claM matter
' -i, I. 127 at the Poctofflce at Moor \ more recent report from )Ir. tFlanders Ry RUSSELL KAY 1 and has a long and active record i attorney for the school board, aad
Haven Florida, under the Act 01COErell of civic and political leadership. replaced by Attorney Julius F.)
; cf March I. 1137.r I.1 observatory at the : ":" (
showed that during the six lock\ Those interested in seeing him en-, Parker of Tallahassee.

ending Jane 30 31 44 inches of ter the race think he would command -J>
Although the Democratic
S blUhrd Etrry Friday: II7: I pri- '
t' THE GLAnra ritivn\n co. I.c. I rain had fallen with a total for the maries of 1348: are still a long way the solid support and backing -' ",FOR YOUR {.r-

CARII SETTLE, PublUhrr full month of June set. at. IS:02 I i off. those busy little bees that makea of civic clubs and groupstbroUBbout that I 'I. ,% :.J 'fl.ts
the state. They -
incites WilD evaporation tor tile business of busing in political say I dl.'row.
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il same period of the current year at bonnets are beginning to swarm be Is a forceful and aggressive .

Oae Tear aaberlytl.._ Ita.pal_ --- *;i M'' ,only 2663. this left a plus, or ex-I[ and folks who like guessing games speaker a sound thinker and would I ONLY A HtCKatiTrl
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fall of 4 81 inches make an admirable governor. My
IU Mh. ___ __ __ II.=:J cess are chewing their pencils and working is is too busy With
I June was aa unusually wet month out dope sheet guess Guernsey \.. : elF KLVCTIO*
If there's anyone in the area who Rotary duties to consider a gubernatorial -
The spotlight of coarse, is on the .
doubts this information it may be race at this time. ViTH b '" ti. r oMin th.a Proclamation -
Governor's race. Attorney General his, ten IB-! and is hereto -
of Representative -
the
also beard name
I've
\ added that 12.83 inches fell between
Tom Watson didn't fool around T'u"'jq by th* fit* MBiaisnon*
June 1 and June 26 at the Moore J. B. Odham mentioned tI: ,'f YI"P' 11:<\.11. Horid., calllnc
STUFFby waiting to see who would orwouldn't several times While old timers .,.n.rd :Uunc".1 tUitiun to b6
Haven lock vw>ather observation .
run but, confident of his I h..oI .'ti" Mi. f the i 1.tJ' Clerk
1 station. This, Weather Observer may view him as a political upstartand i on Mo uJ "i iu. J fifth J" "f July, IItT.tbl' .
own position, marched out oa the ehrtini\ : >n.> tnem
pu't't
I Johnnie-come-tately., he made a for
of the station
Flanders, in charge
+T\\OKR
THAI H\ ,'
fill the
to
political springboard and dived in her of the ( tt> mmi-.xon
'1 pointa out is an excess of 3.22 tremendous impression on a lot of \acaniv ....used b> tpirttlon! et'
.=r" inches. head first Fuller Warren has ordinary run-of-the-mill citizens, the term of Mack Greem
I Another question may br place oa
never stopped running. He missed who admire his and forth-
Flanders stated that this is they 1 courage I the ballot for approval or dimpprovmlof
Speaking of weather. June came biggest rainfall for June since the: the second primary in 1949 by a rtghtnesa I've never met the man I the levy of an addition ad va-
.
through with a bumper crop of rain hair-or was it a Whitehair Anyhow but am informed he has a vote lonm tax: not to exceed 4 sadla pro-
year so often called "The Big .eds! ,,f whirh are to be need eK-
this year, the first time since 193*. Splash; 1936. when on the 16th a lot of folks contend that getting: personality that cannot be I.dU1Il'h' for the matntrnnnrr of a
With drainage ditches running near '; bad he made it he would have defeated discounted While politicians look vittr ,'".fl"r..1 system a ithin and aa-
the rain fell 8.4. inches la .single ;a, nt P. ary p f M.x,r.- Hi>','nI a
tie top with pumps going night and day. The Caloosahatcaee reversed Holland. on him as "poison" the man on the' > C S5KTT1
and field in the area Both Watson and Warren are doe and l lot Ilf folks{ Marti; KFENK
day, any which gives 1947 aa excess of a street 'n t A .1' 1'. I' T.tC\
without drainage afloat and populated little over :3.t2 inches. In 1936 able campaigners. They will set think Florida wt"ild 'ht' '\\'tll erred! ,1..'\ 4 1 1S. :a.

with catfish and gar instead the 14.59 Inches thae fell gave the the pace and make the welkin ring

at cattle and hogs and with just i month a plus 4.98 inches of fall so long and load that other contenders -

about every day producing a new I but years between 1936 and 1947 will have a difficult urn' I
aadelouds themselves heard Both HEREFORD BRINGS WORLD'S HIGHEST PRICEs
crop of clouds on the horizon its flow. lad ran back into the lake making I
but men hare a large and loyal tullo*-
aren't
that kidding,
I for the following 14 days. Oa June I
really mean business when it cornea I 13 and 14 9.3 J inches of rain fell ing. Labor, or that portion or it ,'

to rainfall; with all this going on Breaking the first 26 days of which is controlled by union i iid

behind our backs. the weatherman last month down it was learned ers can be depended upon to up i

at Moore Haven locks adds insult I that one inch fell oa June 1. and pose Watson bitterly. But they'

to injury by the understatement that the following ten days were "fair polled their full strength uafnstlalm !
last time to no avail and the I
Jane was aa unusually wet month! and warmer." On the 11, .30 inches

ilr Flinders, who is the fellow who came down and on the 13 .40. : fiery Watson figures he can dh! s ..
i count this opposition and still win. 3
out day at 8 a. m. to ,
goes every I Flag Day June 14 was fairly wet,
find oat if and how much it has i with 1.24 inches falling, bat only a I Warren's greatest handicap is the

past 24 hours, fact that folks are not inclined to I I
rained daring the quarter inch fell the following day I
take him seriously They like to
has been on the job tor a good many On Jane 16 it really rained, with
hear him talk abut they' arc inclined
years aDd really knows his Muff I 2 30 inches high for the month at .
when it comes to isobars and all the lock station The 17 wasn't so to view him as a comedian

the other various weather gadgets bad with only 69 inches but the I and a showman to be cheered and
I but not voted for: In
applauded
they use around a weather observatory. -, next day it clouded up again, and
of this handicap, however
But It seems to me that let go with 2.02! inches The nest spite
this time he has slipped a littleUnusually two days saw ,29 aad .74 inches Warren has a strong and loyal following -
that will back Dim all theway. its
would eY
indeed That
wet respectively a mere drizzle com-

be very much like old Noah poking. pared to the 16. June 21 saw 1.55 .
It is a safe bet that Watson and .
his head through a porthole and inches and the 22. 1.93. Apparently -
Warren will not be the only ion-:
laying to himself, or a neighboring I satisfied that the section had .
giraffe: "Hm-m-m! A little shower sufficient rainfall for the time be- tenders. Others you hear mentioned
with ever increasing frequencyare
!" ing the rain tapered off to .04,
Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce a
Let's come right out with it, Mr 04. and 73 for the last three days
the House His
former Speaker of
Flanders Let's say "June was until the %6.
about the whole record is good. He is a veteran Oumpioa "RsJU" snags; worlds .19...... price paW by C *. .....
definitely wet! or -Jane was doggoned One nice thing
and commands the respect of solid- Mamifactorw Gnt Da.4y El.ffk a.,.. ( PM> right) st lm i.jkaalAniMul .
wet! or "June was d- affair was that during the entire thinking citizens. He would undoubtedly Fat Stock Stow. TV stern was doled t* .... Ceases Dm BT .I

(what was that other word that month there wa.n't a day that the have the full blessing of Raw. PUt.rtJ absvs caster is 4-H Club s*..bsr J. Us Alter, wto ..lt.htitad -

started with "D' that I had in mind) sun didn't shine at least a little the Caldwell administration which the steer, M c ivm, a kiss hem BM mother, as CM Avery, wile
wet." while during the day. That is one anttiomd He stun, leeks .*.
I would probably prove a handlrap
Mind you, I know that the Ufe of thing so confusing to a newcomerto rather than an adventage I Grand Champion of the Birmingham Alabama Manufacturtnc Oompanr.

a weather man has its difficult mo- this section: It rains so hard Alabama Annual Fat manufacturers of Oem Dandy dee

ments. Every time it starts to rain that It appears to the stranger thatat I Down Miami way they are talk- Stock Show set a world record trio Butter Churns for farm 'use
about George Smathers political -
eemebody is always calling up and least four drops of rain are ing Florida's Gold price for polled Hereford steers The steer was donated to the Cancer -
asking why the weather man doesn'tdo occupying the space where only one white hope of according to announcement made
Drive by Rew, who Is known aa
Coast. point to his winning
something about it. There's goIng drop should be. The rain comes They ty H. L Herbert, editor and pub

to be a wedding at two o'clock. down so hard and so thick it seems personality, his ability a ra cam- lIsher of International Polled the" "Churn 1CDg.-
contend that if South 'RoDoexblblLed by ,.It
and here it is one thirty, and all this that at least ten feet of water must paigner and Hereford Magazine.
behind him Club members J.Lee and Lawrence
rain is going to raise rain with the be falling but only a few Inches Florida were to get Grand Champion"RoBoT brought

plans and the girls are going to and a few tenths actually are registered solidly be would win in a walk. But $506 on the auction block. Previous Alley of Midway Bullock county
unfortunately. South Florida, or Ala. The' total price $5.373.20. wlU
get their pretty gowns all muddied on the rain gauges. One world record was more than

even if it stops right off and how visitor, seeing a tropic rain for the any other section for that matter $4.00. The world's highest price be used by the boys for a college

long is it going to keep up. Will first time is said to have hurried ran seldom be counted upon to go was paid by C. R. Dew, President j I education.

It stop in time so they can hold off I to the nearest weather station to solidly for any candidate Had

the wedding half an hour, or willit see with his own eyes what the they done so for Ernest Graham he

keep up all the afternoon* Thenon gauge registered and finding it far might be Governor today. Some

the other hand if it does stop below his estimate caret ally folks would rather have revenge

in time for the wedding. Mr. Corn- examined the gauge to make sureit than a governor and vote that way VITAMIN'D"HOMOGENIZED
Former House Speaker Richard
tusk the big farmer of the section wasn't taakiag

heats up the telephone with a It may be interesting to note that H. Simpson of Montkello is being

complaint that he hasn't enough this is the first year since 1936 that strongly urged to run If he does. MILK

rain for his crops and why did the the rainfall for the month of Jane McCarty won't. They are close

weather man shut it off sO soon, and has not been deficient. Normal friends and this is understood It

after all the needs of the taxpayer rain for the month is 9.61 Inches, looks at this writing that Simpson GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK

inUit be considered, and on and on. have fallen behind in mean fall. will hold off and possibly run

I tell yon it keeps a weather man for Commissioner of Agriculture Home Delivery or Available At Your

hopping from one shut-off valve to Dick Pope's famed Aqua-Maids of should Nathan Mayo for any reason

th* other Just about all the time Cypress Gardens were featured in choose not to run Simpson is Grocery or Drug Store

trying to keep everybody pleased five pages of Life magazine last eminently qualified for the post of

t What this country needs in ad- week bringing Florida additional agricultural commissioner He is a SINGLE OR DOUBLE CREAM

valuable Thanks to the successful nurseryman and long
dtttoa to a five cent cigar and a publicity.
work of Wizard Pope. Florida is years in the legislature give him a
five cent piece really worth a nickel.
in the national magazines the thorough knowledge of state affaire Maiidis
tees a plugged one is a weather kept DairyPhone

system within reach of everybody year round
Two State Senators with long and
Seas smart duck will come along
able records of legislative service 176
some day with a good working ourselves Lets get busy aad get
would like to enter the ract One.
model of a weather bureau that this idea into the practical stage
I
Senator Walter W. Rose of Orlando -
really works and if he can find financial as soon as possible. After all. only
former president of the Vn-
backing for his idea we fools and tourists predict weather,
ate He is able and aggressive:
may get somewhere What a wonderful here, and everybody talks about it,;
Some contend that he is too aloft -
thing it will be when wean but nobody does anything about It.
that he can't get down to the! com-
step out to a little hut in the and all that Let's stop talking and
I bat observers who have
mon man Illi :
backyard and turn on our weather I i really do something.
watched Rose for the few
years don't--- agree. The Senator past ii TH I I 11 T r" n I '" I

a lot better miser than he used to "

be and weald run a much better

campaign in 1948 than he might MAMINliUDAIRY 4 I

Get the Hob of Shopping at have run a few years back'

The other Senator is John E

Matthews of Jacksonville Fieryand

aggressive. Joan would make
I r
The I. his presence in the rare felt His

health would prove a band II ap and FEED

a strenuous campaign would takea I
Family i FortMyers
lot oat of him Rut he is rueged _

and has a way of coming !bark, a!<
Dept. Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
"
his political opponents well know
I
a t If be were to enter the race he
Store" Fla. Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
wonld stir up a lot of feeling on I

the subject of "White Supremacy'in

which he is a firm believer. FOR SALE IX TIns AREA AT DEIITDRAIIVQ PLANT I.V

Aaotfeer Jacksonville man is freqaeatly MOORE HAVEN :.:

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 More me tioa 4 although those .
or doN t* nisi Insist that he is not VVOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) it

BUY FROM OUR C.\T.\LOG-Ovn 10OOOO Items ineerested and eld not considerthe MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA '

race I refer to Ken Guernsey .
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e Q C C'C C C C C C C C C C C cae a ace Q a cae a a I cae a 0 C 0 J 0 H r permit. ration."
Church (
Services Sundays I
-:1. The nine were Sampson Dixie j "The sail is by rattan agreement

ii'- At Lakeport 1 Junior Cypress. Willie Frank. Ear- ) he said.. "Both agencies

ley Jumper. Morgan Smith Jimmie! realise the impowibility of faa*-
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PERSONAL anal SOCIETY'Mr. Gunman. Little Tiger Tail Frank > tinning effectively under coafiietwg -
Rev V G. Gilbert from Lake I '
Hi J. Billie and Little Charlie Oe- r* Bi ttoB*. Both the coa rvatioa -
IL Wales known locally as the "fly- !
cools I department aM the cantmiaiioa -
ing preacher"will condact
sfrruesj are anxious to teat the validity

. . .-. .-.-.-. ....-c.- ...aa at the Lakeport school house' Sunday -. !! Dredging And Levee of these laws, so that a very
I aftemooa July 6. at 3 o clock

aad Mrs Douglas CUrt men I i Mr aad Mr*. R. D. Lyons spent I II Hi sermon topic will be 'TheLard's Revetment To Start I coafastag clarified and as chaotic qnickly sttanttoa as poMtYe spqbe ...

ia Moore Haven over the week-end.I I the week-end ia Miami. Their i' Sapper." Bible School will
The case will be httast bdn
1 daughter Everts retaraed to Moore,i convene at 2 o'clock with Wendell Late This Month 1 Circuit Court Judge Hugh M. Taylor .
C. C. Klatu was take to the; Haves with them. Click as superintendent

Clewiston Hospital Friday. j I All of the young people who are oa July 11. .
According to word received from I Today' hill of compiatat mara+t'tI
Mr. and Mrs. Cedar- interested ia attending Christian)
.I Pledgers of Co!. Willis E. Tease district engineer -! the second time ia a week the > ju-
.
Mr CoanaUy Nail of Clewis- Iowa Ga., armed Tuesday to \"isitl service caaap are asked to he: present .
work will get underway on mission has moved to ostabn nt ,
ton \ibitfd in Moor Have Monday.: their danghter. Mrs. Vernon Bales at these services.W'OMA'a :
maintenance dredging and revetment l'nst.itutioJl&lIty ef the series t
*nd Mr Bale I
I on the levee oa Lake Qkeoeclaobet commercial fishing bill pas a i
.1
Mr and Mr R Abern
spent tuB'IU.. HOLD I
late in July.: A contract fori the 1947 ledalatare. Last"i\ <,
Sund& ID rahotf.Junmie I Mr. aad Mrs Prank Woolen PARt IX PTt3IIUK,
and dredging IB the vicinity of Monet i tae: agency asked: the Glades C..:.L'.

: children of 6aUport. II..., arrived bridge has been awarded the Palm circuit court to anrisre :h; : .
Dun Wibou and Margie Satacaay The Woman of Moore
for a visit with Mr and nub .
Beach Dredging Co. at am eaUautd -! penally' kill tavattt and to >1-
is ;m spent Sunday in Miami I ...: Joe Van De Veide Haven announced today :laas for a
cost of |2" ". j strain member of Okeeehobet c',.r.-
"TBreaaeaaa" radio tu '
i pan Cleary Brother Coastractioa Co.. aerdal Fishermea's AaKHiu--! .:,
I.. r; Yjies and Richard took Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lilly. Rev September at the Woman. Club
received an award of contract for i from netting and selling barb water -
Mr Sate to Lakeland Monday and Mrs John Moore and daughter building.
leren.tmeul work near fish.The
where she IS attending school. Phoebe spent Sunday afternoon The exact date ot this meeting OlEee-l
ehohee The .
contract .
penalty hill ,
I in Ofceechohee. will be announced later. no eeatpta t n.
furnishing and installing Moat l.-i i
Rowena Speer and children and mercial fishermen oaehohee r.OLf" -
296 tons of riprap stone ta eroded: '
and the St. J.... D
her brother A. J. Sheppard left oa H
Dr. D. M.
who
Draagka was confuted Former Newsman Is
areaswith 66 ton of fitter from punishment under
a trip Wednesday: Arcadia I coim-
to hospital Tuesdayis
blanket material being provided by aWn regulation
reported in improved conditionand Leaving For Army the government for placement by:
Frances Hardy and son Larry returned is expected>> back ia Moore Haven the
contractor
Sunday from aa extended within the next few days. Harold Micelle: son of Mr. and \ Highlights of Proposed
viftit in the V;Mt.

Sioa Stalls made a trip to Vero Mrs. Owen E Micelle who spent L. A. Storey of Montana Sugar Act of 1948
three and half in the United -
a years I
Mr. sad Mra. J. W. Adkiaa left Beach Saturday Hat ta bring PetaT I _
.
State Mary during the recent Wins Recent Contest
WaabMday for a vacatioB ia Goto- Stalk and Miriam KaU home The war emerging with a rating of The bill. the proposed S1Ipr Act

radoChattel. two roans ladies had been visiting i AMM/ 3c aaneB.nced this morning With Oldest Truck I! of 184, follows the pattern ot the

there for two weeks. that he has accepted a rating of Sugar Art of 1SST very cioaalf. The

Bowman and party from i principal differences from the ItST
I sergeant in the United States Arm
The national and division winners
Fact Meade spent the week-end ia Rev. John A. Moore Fred Jeaki. Air Act relate to (1) the standards tar

Moore Haven and enjoyed the artMr ... Sioa Stalls. Walter Bellamy Corp of the "Search for Oldest Track"eoateR. setting aanaal consanatioa! ostt-
Sgt. Missile spent Tuesday. Wednesday sponsored by the Chevrolet I
.... Mack Greene Jimmy Dolt Wilson I and Thursday of this week, division of General Motors, was announced mates (section 201), and (2) the

Mr. and Mra. Kate Williams Mr in Boca Raton arranging the rating this week by Hah Spooaer. establishment and reriaioa ., spasm

tai Mra. Lee Pippia and two and Mr. C. C. Klatts, Jim Wood and will leave hr Keeaier (sections 2v2-2v4).

OH, Jerry and Keith of Frostproof.am + ..... ......... Oaatt. Lobs Compton local Chevrolet dealer. i
Field at Gulfport. Mi*.. Monday Leslie A. Storey of Joraaa. Montana The bill also provides that (1)
aaeawing the week'" with Mr. Koaay >>a Oek. Lee Hancock
evening. won the National coateat with I the Secretary ofArrtcaftare aahUaKta
and MM. Fred Jenkins and Calvin WUaaes Wednesday -
spent
The sergeant is a former member -' a 1 t 18 one-ton tract and Charles I the FEDERAL KSBtdTBK astatement

eveaiag enjoying the fishing Of the staff of the Glades L. Demar of 2710 Feirth St. North.St. of the bases ef eaaaMaratioas -
Mr. and tin. A. C. TUlery and at Harny feat C County Democrat Pptenbarg was the contest wta- I upon which liiiiiiailaslloas
family and Mrs Richard Roth and I
net in the Jacksonville division witha I with respect to atoms and payments
son Phillip of Oak Creek. Colorado REMINDER
JUST A
New Patrolman Takes 1925 Canopy track. :: are made; (2) the esparas ins-
armed in Moore Haven Wednesdayto
pension by the PreeMeat ta aa
spend a visit of a few week Have lion paid 'our plt-dge!: for I II
Over Duties Here I emergency of diroctcoasiaiBttoasnaar :
with Mr and Mrs' David ?hiwClewistoa I lh" swimming pool fund I New InjunctionContinued -
limitations; and (I) the doasestk -

u I sugarcane and sugar heist

Patrolman John Collier. formerly ( from Page 1) Continued oa PH 8)

Junnuu O !Yeilllf'f tlllIfN llritluOf !tinned at Fort Mjers. has taken serration department world assume
I
local Highway
over his duties as
control of all fishing oa the two IX K SALt ...
Patrolman in this area, following > -Eaty Mangle, $75.

A. I. Tl';( !(!II. Jr. Stt"/1 the transfer July 1. which broughthim pound inland levy bodies on and all fresh collect water a ceat-a-fish I Can be seen at Foster (Cleaner.

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to Moore Haven, and sent Pa- taken by commercial ...rt It*
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( News) they as best man aDd G. N Pitxenj trolman A. W. Miller to Wanchala. A coastitBtkwsl amendment
Patrolman Collier made several FOR S'LE-ltU Glides, It-ti.. 2
IB aa impressive ddinr, cereaoaj -I and Phil Tbielen were ashen. however, gives the Game and FreshWater
unofficial visits to his new terri room Howe TraOr, psbet easdittoa -
bride's mother Mr D. E
and aaatial mass, MM Jeanne The Fish Commission power to
I tory earlier in the week to tamflia- New Una. Se.a. r or 4.
La.... chose
anaaea
rSeJ9 became the bride of A. J. Tompkins ot regulate the taking of ail freshwater
of rise himself with the district.: See Ro.eoe Hcrrfs. PatseAate PIa.
IMcJa' Jr.. OB Satarday moraing; creae aad her corsage wa fish.

at 6 o'eloeTK at St. Margaret. Ca .1 gard*****" Mrs. A, J. T isles. Sr., this Patrolman section for Miller the past ha 18 served month in. la asking for aa iajaaetlon. the 1tflo,

ills Ch Mh. Tk dMafe' ring CM'eIIe mother of th. groom, sine wore a a commission charged that fader the

May and nuptial mass was read corsage of gardenia and her gown making many Meads maintain, and the doing high three evicting togMatio&s "it is im FOR NALB-..-5 room beets wtth

.7 .... Peter J. Reilly and mast was a rose flowered print.A great deal to the highway patrol possible" for it to effectively discharge fire acres of ground fenced good
of
wedding breakfast followed at reputation its constitutional daties.In water and electricity. T.... W.
"
Pow-s. 'II ike Clewteton Inn. The bride's; table He enforcement is held in officials high regard and the by citizens law a statement to the po..... EarlD. E. Cassidy Moore Haven, Box 1&4.

glowed on the attar beautifanyhashed was beautifully decorated with a in the ( Farr of Punta Gorda, attorney
in general ,
with white asters white I floral arrangement of white asters where be wired for a for the commission emphasised that jtoday's j

gladioli and fen. I tuberoses gardenia aad fern and half. and it is with :'o..att'l reueat for injunction was,

Nuptial mask was played by Mist the aa.tleas banked with tern gret that they saw him "'D no sense an antagonistic move Mark R. Tennant

Man Oclosby did Mies Geneva as a background for white gardeniasand _._--- toward the State Board of Conser- I!

Tatofen" slater of the groom mar.Ib'hahert's ; tuberoses The white tapers Leea.ed 4

"Ave Maria- before the in crystal holder had white gardenias Blish Greer And Seeking a good. sound logical !j Real
Estate Broker
service and "Mother At oar Feet I tied at the base. The wedding citrus program the Florida Farm :

la Kneeling' daring offertory of cake war one tiered with a Carol Randall Bureau is asking citrus grower | GLADES cool "TT LANDS

the .... ; frosting of white roses. After thej Join Air Corps members of the organization to submit -
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Congress Hldg. Miami. FU.
plane and ideas so that the bt
MlM Anne Jabaly, godmother of j toasts in champagne a breakfastof

the bride. attend her H maid of trait cap. grilled baa eggs. ideas can be worked into a programfor

honor and WM gowned ia race I' Preach fries roll, ice cream and Bush Grer and Carol students Randalltwo the industrv
LaBelie high school
aaT.ataette with a raffled heatiwekttae wedding cake was nerved. Attending -
I left Monday for Boca Raton afterblame
and with tiny lion scat the breakfast were Mr. and

awe* over the bodice sad skirt Mr*. A. J. Thieie, Jr.. Rev. 'PeterJ i the army. air corps on June COMPLETEReUpholstering
1 124.
ate wore a JaW cap of white sal Reilly Mr and Mr*. A. J., Mrs
Mr and
BUsh is a son of
Tntttrt elbow loagtb KIOTO*. HIMJahely T1 eIea. Sr.. Mr. aM Mrs. W. A. Walter of North LaBelie uhile I and ReConditioningof

carried a aoeay. of plait i O'Neill Mr*. D. E. Tompkins' Mr. Carol is a son of Mrs Stella Randall .

taten and t....... tied with hint""I and Mrs. Doaa Hiae. Mm. H. T. of Lakeland and Hendr. Han-' Furniture

tall. .1 Vaughn, Mrs. Ann Dean. Mrs. Isahel dan Of Moore Haven. ,

The rings were horse to the altar Powers Mrs. France Stroud Mr*. Randall spent the *... '*.<-nd SUP OVER TAILORED: TO FIT

hy Phil Themes Jr.. oa of Mr. aadMr 'JMr.i and Mr*. Philip Thielea. Sr. here with Mr and Mrs tree and I

*. Phil ThW.su Sr. *n a what 1 Mr. and JI... Dnaa Tbfctefl. Mr. Mr and Mrs 1.. W Whidd-T *< a" Mrs. F. E. Chalker, OwnerL.

Rita p IoY. eeawestod within thaatate I I' and Mra. Ray ThWen. Miss Lyn to be with her son before I.\ 1..ft I

of two raaea. Vaughn. Miss Geneva Thielea. Miss for rampFlorida C. Miller, Assistant

Lyn Vaughn daachter of Mr. aa I i Nora OcteKby. ... Made Thielea .
I
hHv H. T. Ya.a*.< aka newer **.'j Phil Thielea. Jr. Bob O'Neiii. Harold I \IIi.LEIRi.ItF\1 $11 t:. O.('EOL.\
from Indians Must ,
scattered the.etala Roland and Adrian Tbielen

haaket designed Hh a huge rose;I Mrs Tbielen's! going away outfit Get Driver's Licenses I 1
showJder bin< II
tat wore aa oft the .j.... of pink, worm with white acceaories I *-tW_

etcaady model, tasatooed Inialat CoIoa- t sad she wore the inserted -

.e with ton t-ae _* ian .....kJ. from her .....et. Her hat Florida Seminole Indians ir.u-! I r
skirl corsage driver' license From where I sit Joe Marsh .
ad ever the bootee and .I wa ., white net sad pink rose from now on obtain a I fy ,
te fortetHBe-awta ia her nCy if theoperate a motor tlbhle i
wore the wedding
Oat of town pests at
""" ......... I u..reacejewtOll; on state highways accordir.c :|
The bride. who was given Uasarriage I were Mrs. to a ruling: made last week hy thfstate > s sc

bv her father. W.A.. O'_I of Arcadia Miss jabaly of Day-. cabinet. j The Picnic Was
AO'Neill
and Mrs. W.
Beaeh. Mr.
KeOl ef Daytona Beach wa Ai 5 j! tuna BeM-Ja. and Mr. H. N. Kirk.... director of th.

fntty as the traditsoaal pietare o r| Tompkins of of Daytona LaB-Ue. state highway patrol was taatructed -I', a "Hug" Success !

a bride, ia a wedding avwa o t 1 Mrs Thielea Bushed High by the eabtoet to leaalrt the \

white. MihroMorod ahtea (MMoBfTKh I School ia LaBeUe an* wa employedfor I ladiaas to hare the 1fci! Mts the I
tigh t
aecU.e other driver
;
satOheart same as
a Beach before
some time ta Daytona Ou local Wild Life League went folks
ore r cause are so temperate and
Sitting sleeves totted ta lam here about a year anti .I Klrkman told the oahtaet some
she came oa a picnic Saturday and I went weH-behavrd
t. OUT town,that
the ..... Fresw* lace edged r State SUIT Corpontioa comic hare beet poauattag. the they
the Uaited alone te it for
with cover the damn. renM
0IItla.I i afford te take the whole thlnrl
*. of it .
awkttm aDd ha. where she i* employe* to talons for fafiare to have Menses folks
fittinwafeibSnd. Ii Monday, kept stepping me, as a joke.
tad encircled the snug deaaruaeat. while other coaatfa have Mt been
et'_ the purchasing and sayiaf: "Mart have stton out
was
The fail of skirt iHaaioa wa 8 I' Mr. Tbielen attended school! rt bringing charge' ., head) that atrme!* From where I ah, even a news

....... The nil I Moore, Harem 1k'"* employe' "1 see no authority to make ex paper editor's: entitled to a few
wart length to front tai covert declared "NeBsense I says. "It was mistake
at Riddle Field hr t"lIlpUG.'r9Tenor Casiwnsll *. And since I reported
B.til the ***.*.'I: for some time mighty pleasant and' eosreaial.
the hrtoVs face
that
service with thAnny tax served a moderate beverage
W I II! fore he went into
aM Just beer and hot
completed dogs, cheese and
ocreaH>ay wa CI. After basic trateiag at Bet The Seniiaole aanaaUy receive ate feet, rare nobody

bee a halo of lace with rows tee l. Vegasecada' he retanHI to Mor special free license plates for their eider.And then they show me the AM: tae Jiaie wig the inert bit
a.u.w rst or hsadGae -WILD
seed pearls ta sending WIFE
1a lace as.,l rhea Field and was sUtiotM then antoBwbfles. bat driver Ucce t wfla, or aerate: ; hot a ftge I u.PICNIC .-
ttalloDpot
The veil was ( .*. ss a **.. with the ATC let the ewrattea.te Ht ever bare been glen to thorn.A HUG SUCCESS.- eaai_and I C&M .../

the aaak of The .-weI t ted i at present .wising at saddk a reaatt of kw. riling sine t Of o*.re k was Ebaer, my type- '

r .a.ofAH%, CaIIIIHI Field lotoavertiaai" .-n tar dolt 9HlMKOWal sppesrer bets .all'>Vaiy.! settet w..bed made the miaartats:
eI 1f, 0
bridal bsNret. with w. n In.... I iaa ales.t the nn .... teat tile rtelRhj But is mj fare red! Its raJy be- Joe uff

oaten, tube a es vases as d t! 'fte 7..at osipia .11 i Mae. BIiet I l.tfl M (HVat .f ftaNft IM Ftt! +.

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS 1 I THE MANAGEMENT: I

;: NEWS I Money Talks : OltiL 9L So ? i i'I

Seek To Abandon Farm Control; Under the 300 million dollar i' One fellow who is always I Ii

, American aid ':'I going around looking for
program to strengthen -
1 Bf Gromyko Hits Disarmament Talks; Greece against inroads of Com- something soft is the man I II

munism the United States will takeover who has lost his false teetb.

virtually the entire economic I A reformer is one who insists ,

OpenUniversalTrainingHearings management of that country an exchange I on your accepting his
4 of notes has indicated. I conscience as your guide in
t Bel..4 by Western Niwrpaixr YalonEDITOR' I II
B PaucM NOrai < tk ..!..... It was reported unofficially that I I II
twK wl..plalss u1 x'rMH Ia *> Uf M* U. .(
WieWes Ni.ap.p.r Vale'. .... esslys u sad u.! iMtlurll* .( tkii sees..p.Jer.) I the United States also will favor life.No woman ever has enoughto

1 some political reforms in the Greek I wear. And no woman:
BIleUtd by H otern N.w tp lper Union. government specifically, the admission I would wear enough even if

CIO Leaders Tip Their of "liberal" elements to responsible she had it.
governmental positions.
Hand in Own MagazineWASHINGTON.The Notes between Washington and Dance band leaders are
finding it difficult to vfe4am
Athens forth
inside setting a comprehensive -
explanation
of major events from Y"a program of economic reforms crooners Bat net dtffeiiM

Washington lately may be foundin to be undertaken in Greece ban enough.
the place you would least expect been made public by the state department The "man about town" is

It-the CIO News, a magazine hard They concern taxes, industry so often a feel about womaa.PAM1M1M1M1P.FM1M1M1NM1. .

to get government administration, ,
You may peruse it with me. The trade, finance and agriculture.
leading article tells of a th"nd Contained in the notes Is a guarantee M1M1M1M1
union members visiting the capital that Dwight Griswold, administrator 1

"to the disgust of a lot of .. > of the aid program, will } ASK MS f ? ?
gressmen seeking to knife the peo have effective supervision over aH <
ple's interests" and continues. aeri W f' h the dollars spent for Greece. ; ANOTHER I

"They talked with representa- OPEN SESAME l A General Quiz
tins and senators, left petitions :
and scrolls and headed home The Holy Land
determined to spread the word The Questions
that now is the time to prepare Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krnr (left), Undersecretary of The bitterly tragic puzzle of Pal-
for the '48 elections." Said the Navy Jobs L. Sullivan (center) and Max: W. Ball, director of oil estine and the Jews appeared as insoluble | distance
1. How great a c111 a
Luther Slinkhard, UAW-CIO official and gas division of interior department, meet to probe nation's critical as ever as the United Na- ?
in St. Louis, who spoke fora petroleum supply shortage. Experts forecast empty into (as tanks, tions committee on Palestine kangaroo hop
group of 32 Missouri unionists: closed factories and chilly homes this winter because of tight oil opened hearings in Jerusalem. 2. When was the 1artmai4hcave
situation. Reporting at the committee's first in Kentucky discoverS
"Oar visit with Missouri: congressmen
showed a shocking open meeting, the Jewish agency i 3. Who is credited with haviof

lack of recognition of the seriousness FARM CONTROLS: TRAINING: for Palestine persistently demanded l invented the comps=1!

of the Hartley bill. unlimited Jewish immigration 4. How many patents have bean
(Note to those who do not have i Opposition Grows Hearings Begin into the Holy Land contending that granted by the U. S. patent olfee? .

time to read much news: The American Farm Bureau federation Although congress is scheduled to immigration was the key to the 5. How did Peter the GBM

Hartley bill has been largely powerful farm group which adjourn July 28, the senate armed whole Jewish case. change the attire of the RussiaasT
discarded by the house and sen- sponsored most of the agricultural : services committee has voted to The British previously had testified
in a closed session from which 6. Can any fish live out of water
ate conferees.) legislation now in force is consid ;, proceed with hearings on universal
TALK TO TAFT ering recommendations for total ;, military training. the press and public were barred.I' for a considerable time?

"Tbe congressmen, with the exception I abandonment of all farm price and But in a formal statement the Moshe Shertok, head of the political i 7. What was the strongest wM
of Reps. Cannon and Karts. I crop controls by the government i I committee added that if a report department of the Jewish recorded in the United Stets

ten, are either uninformed or badly Edward A. O'Neal president of I I cannot be made ready by July 28, agency asserted that it was impossible 8. The real name of the actfef

Informed. From Ohio came 150CIO' : the federation, said, the! .board. .is not ,o it will attempt to have a report prepared to estimate how many more Barrymore family was what *
Jews could be absorbed into Palestine .
ers. Fifty of them, crowding sausnea wan me i[ for congress when it coal -
Into a committee room for an in- old AAA, established venes again.Decision adding that while Jews now I The Answers
Urvicw with Senator Taft, were told during President I I of the senate group was make up only one-third of the popu- i I

by tle senate GOP leader that labor Roosevelt's I I reached as the Very Rev. Edmund lation, two-thirds of the local internal i

was exaggerating the serious- first term. lIe re- I A. Walsh, a member of President revenue comes from them. The 1. When pursued ktaaatsai
ness of the bill and that he has no :2aied that a bet I Truman's universal military train bulk of Palestine's local budget ia I have been known to hop alamt.

abjection to industry-wide bargain ter a g r i cultural ing commission, told a house com spent in a way to benefit the Arabs forty feet.

ing. The Ohio senator had gone to program than the mittee that "the politburo in Mos principally, Shertok said. 2. In 1800.

great lengths to keep that view cut one the l farmers cow is not going to adjourn for the 3. Flavio Cioje, aa liaKao, about

:of the public eye. Conclusions of row have is being summer as its forces creep acros Mr. Whiskers 1300.
Lavelle and the Ohio group: 'We sought The AAA Europe." 4. TWO and one-half nBBsft.

found many congressmen who voted -- authorizes pay. Father Walsh said that America a r 5. He ordered diem to war

for the Hartley bill and didn't O'Neal ments to farmersfor is definitely on the Soviet agenda o' pats instead of the flswtag ede -
know what they were voting for.' reducing acre- conquest. and Russia will be ready:: ; | '' :'al robes which had been tfce

Indiana sent two groups of CIO jgi .- in ti,-irnsi..- crops of wheat, to start ner "shooting war" as sc ,. sf-v: '
Boosters to make life difficult for -orn. lottun. rice, tobacco and pea- j as her atom bombs are in prod 6, Yes, a lung fish ea five est
Senators Capehart and Jenner and I iut*. '! lion.j .. of water for 3 or 4 yer
for many GOP members of the Farmers from the North and I ''
7. Two hundred "" .
state's j| TAX PLANS aa: '
delegations. Northwest have consistently I :
opposed rr :Ir: an hour, recorded April 11.1C34. .
The article continues to tell ofdelegations federal subsidies, and sentiment "
j To Think Oierl : n top of Mt. WasUnftoa,
visiting senators and was reported to be growing 1 1amona' New Hampshire.
congressmen from their home districts the producers for letting l J Congress has been presentee 8. BIyihe! .
South Michigan, Minnesota, farm products seek their own price { four tax-revision plans to thin!
Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, New < level as a permanent poll:y. j{ until it gets ready to have al *' --

Jersey, the New England states !' In the South, however, cotton and ;o go at the income tax problem
Pcansyhrania, Maryland Kentucky f tobacco growers are known to be I I The treasury department hi AROACHKlLlIR
and West Virginia, with similar tad- j satisfied with the situation as it'!' en the house ways and means ,'" HERE'S THAT wens FOIIIYS

I stands, favoring tight controls if I mittee studies of four plans to J,fi U Bn JUj Place
'fhe article is headed: "Mr. Labor I{ prices start to slip. ize federal income taxes on m : i KILLS ON THE SPOT

comes to Washington" The I One of the federation's ecogo.I couples in all 48 states. tuns wmtNts UTS R*I*D
final line says with innuendo: "And mists predicted at least a 10-year One of the proposals wouk s.,' .- odorbw-
fudging from what the I LASTS,....._
delegates period of good prices for farmers at 4,900,000 couples three-quarters ota 0. ..,. M r_ o-Ier se sae.L .
promised they'd report to the people billion dollars annually by gi\'ng
levels below those L TrtOVT o.srtnstm.e eo.
back home, a lot of congressmen slightly prevail- those living in 38 states the same .... .....-... T_....
ing
now.
must be having a bad case of red i 1 "income splitting" rights now enjoyed kY -
"
ears. : DEFIANCE by couples living in 10 states
SELFISH INTERESTSNow which have community property "' ,........... ,-, 11 ( .
let us go over that again Gromyko AgainIn laws. TWICTliterU'drs II
Chester Gross Pa.
I Rep. (Rep. )
from the beginning. This sort of what was possibly hi* most Secretary of the Treasury John'i donned phony beard in the house 1
tttiBf has been continuing since theblaming defiant action since he walked I' Snyder has indicated that the administration .- -
: out chamber and invited his eol- .ors if. lie 2s S5S"v
of consideration of the labor 5r !
.
of the security council a year ago. considers the proposed leagues to attend sesqul-centen- II&&IGoI1IJ
bills and before. In that
time Andrei Gromyko, Soviet delegate to I j plans to be among the "right kind" nial celebration at Waynesbor-
there have been
no similar tactics 1 the United Natiods, acidly warned of changes in the tax setup.
b/ the public at large, interested ouch, Pa., where male population
'1
the U. N. disarmament commission
solely in the welfare delegations stopped shaving last February to
public no : IKE TO STAY:
that its refusal to include atomic cultivate whiskers for event.
for them before
congress control in the negotiations on genera Denies
to such a other. Their Report
or
way any
'
?
disarmament would bring ANOTHER CRASH: tl/IuJSu/I t
weekly magazines news services.et Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower will
about a total "collapse" of disarmament
cetera, were not similarly active efforts. not resign as army chief of staff, Fifteen Die ru suit KIM 111 run ir
t IB short the whose interests :
people :
at least this
RHEUMATISMNEURITI5lUMBACO
He said the commission's refusal year. Fifteen persons were killed and
are thus reported to have been to link the two aspects of world Walter Winchell, in a copyright another 10 injured when a Pan ,j ,
"knifed" did not even appear The story in the New York
peace plans was contrary to the Daily Mir- American Airways clipper carrying
CIO
plainly it
is assuming solely
ror, had reported that General Eisenhower and of 10
represents the people's interests an wishes of the U. N. general as- :7 passengers a crew
assumption hardly justified either sembly but delegates of France, had tendered his resigna crashed to earth near the Euphra
by its limited membership or this Great Britain and Belgium promptly tion as chief of staff and would be- tes river in eastern Syria
come president of Columbia
attempt in its own selfish interest. denied the charge. univer- The plane had left Karachi IndIa.
sity next falL The
For an instance of this. the CIO Ignoring previous Soviet warnings Eisenhower's story said that the previous day and was en routeto BRINGS BLESSED WM&
editor carry a headline on page &: the commission had voted resignation was in Istanbul as its first scheduled
the hands of President tare.a.etl.5_ Mi>U-Uul So
foes
Truman.The *
down a long list of Russian and return trip to New York
"CIO Wage Gains Soar. Pay Hikes nation's atop on a suites: in art) it iiittrii {
for Half a Million." They do not Polish proposals to tie atomic control !I military leader, however Identified as the Eclipse the clip I N Ill sue Mil rtltt!.IIIM M ntt-H.l tritt
report that the wages of the other with disarmament talks and 1 1 i issued a firm denial: "I have per had turned back at Gander. (welt III! ct. .... jltllllflUf '.TtlllUJ
194,900,00' people soar although approved an American-sponsored I no intentions of resigning as chiefof Newfoundland, on the outbound

these 134,500,000 are the people work plan to keep the two subjects staff daring the current year. flight from New York after developing -- ------
they profess to represent separate. and in no event would I do so with- engine trouble.A WNU-.14 2747Baekade
out first getting full approval of the
Now might this was control
you say Sight officer in Cairo.
not important unless it was successful. FRUITED PLAINS: President" and the secretary of Egypt said that about two hour

The CIO magazine: Apple Outlook Rosy war. before the crash the plane had radioed
shows you it is successful. Indented that one engine was ablaze.
right into the same story I Despite a late spring and some ,IIIII Price of! Warfare I and a subsequent message said that
concerning this CIO campaign | fret damage in eastern fruit areas, the pilot was trying to crashlandthe
which started months ago and prospects continue generally favor craft. Hay Warn *f Disordered
continues in its unequal: attempt : able for this year's crop of apples How much does a war cost? Many Kidney Action

to influence public opin i! and other deciduous fruits, a de- answers are possible, says a review G.I. BILL: id.d..ax.visa ta karrj M< warry'
ion. This indented story is 1 I partment of agriculture report has by the National Industrial Conference babies rw..4W, tapewn ..use .
headed: "For the record. Another I: disclosed. board, but the cost of any war Curb Benefits u.s it ..y IIUaIa LII. .S

link In the anti-labor record 1 The 1947 strawberry crop is estimated cannot be determined definitely until The senate has passed legislation _., Ie ..4 TMr,aI M an.II&er".Ie... ....
of tbe daily press has been to be nearly a fourth larger at least a century after the end- stopping benefits under the G.I. bin ecM lontu.r ,5MW.dea.arw

forged. The Twohey analysis of than the 1946 crop, but still .' tenth of hostilities. of rights to those who enlist in the arw ssggl t a e1 M
newspaper: opinion reported that below average. However. the peach For example, it was not until this service after August 31. If the s..nn e Wse =
'support of stiff legislation on crop in 13 early southern states la year (1M7) that the last pensioner measure: is approved by the house asp ar.d..sl_e... .sO sMenso.015.n t ._
labor has crystallized and expected to set a new record of of the War of 1812 disappeared from it will mean that future servicemen el ......, .e fcUdto i strengthened! The analysis an more than 23 minion bushels this the United States budget As another win not be eligible to receive educational I --kmntot.- sneer u tee bees iTr

objective survey of comment in :; year, the third successive large instance, the military cost of allotments or on-the-job 0 ? Dnr'. plea De's ttrp tMtl4a.re
......_
the major daily papers, said '| sop from those states. the Spanish-American: war was a training grants.At user fly a pr.d...k.4 s ne Uaa toll a.y.
that 41 per cent of editorial opinion 7 In California, the sweet cherry mere 532 minion dollars; however senate hearings on the legislation I ones: .. psw1S .... _
... .
ta recent weeks concerned i'crop of 29,000 tons is 13 per cent the continuing costs-interest on the army and navy did not I =. ahe.rnesetHjiiiffB.1 b. a.r..e.r.l.
I
labor le& laUoD. Of comment smaller than last year, but still 18 war debt pensions and car ef veterans object to fixing the August 31 cut
oa this subject b per cent fa- 1 per cent larger than the 1938-44 av amounted to 2,400 minion oS date but asked authority to set
voted the stiff house anti-labor i erage. California's 92,000-ton plum dollars during the 48 years ending : up a substitute program to encour.

bit, wUU t! per tent preferred I crop is slightly below n43.I JUDe W, IMS. I .g. further enlistment ,
WD. ,-
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opportunist is one whcgoes .:.. 7 peg Vii:it races .-> t'.s tw:;;> Net"ised bx eves.era Ji.. aper rftloe

ahead and does what you big leagues beg; to t e fa. 3 Need Food
World
intended to do. that nake spot what ;it. T ..cz Alway

always it means Its ur..er- IS A ret issue Co..er' an .BUT I'LL BE A SISTER TO
Character is a by-product; 1
tainty, itsanous official of the department of ag-
IB pr dee4 in the treat manu YOU. IVE ALWAYS WANTEDA
breaks of luck. its riculture stated there were only two
fa.tare of daily daty.-Woodrw
UlhH. sudden &:".d baffling acres of tillable ground in the world BROTHER WHO HAD A :

swings Without this for each of the world's inhabitants.We '

Where the common people; uncena.nn: sport could have no better authority LOT OF ATTRACTIVE

like puns and make them tae vv.d: be a drab af- for the statementIt ,
nation is on a high level of cutaft. ,- fa.r do not seem possible that sufficient FRIENDS / d

.-G. C. Lichtenberg. Severe.: ; letters food of an kinds to keep one '

have come our way person alive. can be produced on
rece_ Uy asking us 1 only two acres. In reality a large I

to explain why it is portion of the people of the world :

Change Your WeightFor that-,,-- th-..-. Cardinals"" are living on food raised on less than !

Beauty's Sake GraBtlaad Rice world's champion, two acres.' Some of the people of

have been in latt the world 'Ae in America especially, .
place with the tail-end Giants of 1: are consuming the product of far :

1948 battling for the top? Why the 1 more than the two acre that won id i I II
DIET peixact winnicg Red Sex of last be our share. If.. were tanttet! I

\ year have been working their j in our food consumption to the prod r _
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11 tongues out to get a toe hold in the uct of only two acres *e would feel '

DOESj first division? Why the Athletics, we were starving On many of our
who finished 55 games behind last western ranches not less than 2 '

ITId year are only a few games from acres is considered as a minimum _
: 'the top of the American league? for each head of cat e. Two acres

Why Bob Feller and Hal Newhous- could produce only a limited portion -

er, the two star pitchers of the last of the beef pork, mutton and

Eat and Be Slim few years, have taken so much puntshmect fowl: of the wheat, corn, oat*. f'e. _

:| ? Why Stan Musial. a normal barley. potatoes vegetables and
said can t have
WHO and you eat it, too? your You I .365 hitter, has been trying to fruits of many varieties, that we,

can actually change from the pass .:90! Why the Dodgers with I as individuals, pour into our stomachs -

U-padded matron on the left 1 to : so many erratic pitchers and only3K t each year..., We Americans. as _

fee slim miss on the right without .900 hitter-bare been leading I I individuals, throw away .* much
meals. or chalkcgffig for the top This 1 food each year as could be pro-

stopping any I fusillade of queries goes on and on. 1 taxed on two acres

'' The Erratic ElementThe such figures are _
Staggering as
..'. aD a matter of counter ealarir*..
a yeu. want t. bee two pnun.. a wee answer is simple enough It they can have some real meanings -
.., alto
you're an .nTalr'ma for the American farmer.
is the
yourself between UW and ueo cal- uncertainty of sport and the
wins a da. uncertainty of the human and otherwise For one thing they mean we can
For fufl ufrtr and iunpl> send for booklet NoM American farm products provided
Send 29 cents 'ecu i for "Cka.fc YMTrlfkt :worses harness horses or grey;
fr Bita..y- Sa"." to Hrrklyfc hounds. an Inter governmental
.>*MP r Service, J4J West ltk St., Is set that win insure
V, T P-."' ', For example, the Cardinals were system up
hew l.rk 11. .ame ad- most ECHOES G. Kessler
mesa, booklet '.e N.:. 4S. rated at X to 5 this year, the best distribution, It can, and HOME-TOWN By
a. team in baseball. Bat who could be arranged so that a surplusof
-- --- tell in advance that Musial food In one place can be obtained -
a great ABUEasrsss I'd q 2
need it, -
by those who saves
ball player, would first have an .
.wherever they may be. World *
appendix ailment and later on an 5 ass11
provide IB c
attack? After sovernmcnta can } d
rye spending a month rr tt UNO COVtoU
of distribution Tb 6iCtJ
with the team in St equitable means WucLpstaJM.
Petersburg, we MU. lW
rated the Red Birds the best team, if they will. It is not a Job for ftL rUt g 75 t3.N /4tiD TWK IRt71ti! 1 lErj/
t 41
KatcE510 BIG and also the brst- oDdlUolied teas toy one nation.DISTRIBUTION

we had seen leave the southin PROBLBM s rf

Thirst Qo aip, years. There can be no valid excuse for
So did most of the big league he wanton destruction of little pigs,

gQuenchers' managers, Joe Cronin included, and 'or limiting the production of corn

Ju GRp s ,. baseball experts who were in the wheat or other food products in the so

west past vi ility. ., long as there are people
mil-
Neither t3N ain nor Eddie Dyer, stored who need food as many
two pea B ant winning manager*. Hems do right BOW, bare In the

could slip as any angle on the do past and wiD in the future.
I've Known. world
Days .. bade. To provide a method of
enable those
"Why dolt you figure it out?" distribution that will
tCcrcwr WM their comeback. Which had us who need food to get it is a problem
6y 2u z world economists and
stopped m oar tracks. Both Red right now for f
When they have
Sox pitching and hitting took the .frond statesmen
that, every American farmer __
ione
*ve the Cardinals ran across.
saThey farmer in every others ,
were practically the same and every
pitchers and utters who wm both orpins-producing nation. will havea
This i iwhat M marfor all that can be pro-
flags a year ago. again
will be no need
makes sport what it is. dueedThere then )
for government subsidies When the

farmer can sell all be can producefor
r Leading Rule Bret kers a fair price he will stand on

An argument came up recently@ as his own feet

t, what sport, game or competition A seewid mrftttkc is 'aa eM- .
t has more rule infractions-baseball, the reed far e BSerria -
on
phasi
1 football. boxing golf. tennis. racing of productive
basketball what In our ; every acre
hockey or exercising
soil It calls for the
I opinion the two worst offenders are fatter
scientific
football college and pro. and poll of that every oer known soils maT net be I.MriThe l

Basketball and hockey are not so .washed away in the spring ,
far behind judging from the penal floods or be worn out by the t

!rocky/ Ritz Eats well actswell ties inflicted but they are not quite excessive planting of one crop. .
up to the two we have named is a
u .rn--on a tuck diet of GroPup Every acre of farmland
X&txm. These frtlp. touted ribbons "Hurry-up" Yost taW me eoee valuable part of the nations
rive Urn very vitamin and that he doubted there was ever a food producing factory, World at Its Worst By Gluyas Williams

mk eta, dogs are known to axed Eco- single football play without a fml great such must be kept I.worll.inr .
and as
nomicml, toa One box supplies aj that might have been called. Thisotinds < order continuously. It I IYOIl
much food by dry welfftt u fire 1-lfc. reasonable. la football we cannot replace
MM of dog food! Oro-Pup also comes have 22 young active athletes, all is a plant we out for -
m Neal and In Prf-Itt For variety, under tension body to body. once of it bas been Without worn it both 9
lack
eare.
feed aai three)
The four officials are usually hsgh ourselves and others will sufferfrom y 1 t
doing their best But four at c c
grade hunger mere than we,
Dogs qg fuGRQPUP men can't watch 32 men. scattered least ever have in the past.Wbat .

aU over the field. Holding is the the farmer needs is a continuous -

main offense There is iljfgal un eaf market as an incentiveto

t t t t 1 hands and' arms. There is off keep his part of the great
4iee -- side. There starting toe quickly in working order at aH
plant
There are any number of oBenses

that a player can commit, often times.
with no intent of breaking any When \'r Fvonomists and statesmen
-.r rule of the .:irId provide a market f

la r. nakiAJ. holing f""f'daHy. the American farmer will do his

the pros are subtler than tefoHflunv full part in supplying the people e.f.

ChafingDryfciMM They know nrne. 'Ike'know the world with food. I
'fJ I/eves aid .
how t. grab an oppenent

I\e 1i1IYY{ let K* ia the fraction ef a seemed No More 'Spellers I
Pol.on"il
4'1' O I jet this from ec+Iegiaas wh overtaken us'! Na-
Simple has
} hate jest turned pre. "We can'tmatch rv ISASTER
...uhRESINDIINTNUT forced dras-
the in haWing. all ol lboml poverty bf
pros
them ay. "They are mach faster tic retrenchment* win For have the no next one Ht CDjRattR M i Y:1.: 4f at itfWI

I and smarter." rear at leis we discovered iKssre ltrp en it UPWR FMW at vtv w RSC Cf StT1Mb Z+K CDCXSMir
Yet if officials begin calling too to name any newly III liCIRMt s< to aMitmiVt 5( icxartvcuwa/ tJ i iUS If
-any penalties they mm Ae game nountain range river, creek or t r>+Rtt5lo,1!) S 3 H'V K KJW Oi lMfSrit XI XltCaro :

The are accused of trying to hog lakeNor will we have anyone $ II'MMousi *3iii*(
HOT-fI!. :'1 e spotlight So most of them try te tell us how to spell and pronounce That : THOO SKfc fC rw+ R HOA ItOf. MWJ M HOUR. '
been Earned. ,
to rail only the peaateef that count (chose that have -
rhe ll overtook M ofisMe or a aid the appropriations committee
FLASHES pcoaHy that bad *. effect if the house of representatives is ausury
holding folks can not aSord. CONCEALMENT SATE: AM BANE
DooptGi sounds reams poor
WGIIIID This
U >euy4rs't n the play.
ruacuocai TnlCd-***' ptrtod r.cuito > able enough unless the sound of tttrhstle J'te.40,000 that luxury has cost
s r VMMB OkUM cwt_W Wrf.T bo dominated the pay. is each year was cut out of the in- "Doc, if there's aajXbJcg wrong Tb bartecdar waited for the twe

ttt.d r..tn sf' Tb:-t. tr -t the matter of r,le breaking tenor. department budget much with tec, Jcn't) give 1:1 a bong oectifie dmnkj at the bT te girt thair .rdtr. -
J>u.ur.m'. t'eeetabi. Coffipeuad 1OLWs >. In 1 leads them *UIt is ltype ': gmt the wishes of several bureaucratic na%xe. Say it to I can rzder- then locked Cora it their pal
ailed 1" Peas Tootball
IJQWIIIIa. 1.
lot sa Ie PW'JXIN I ef competition that leads to experts who could speD stand it." who bad taken in tta: milila of tt

71t.. ...ui.rtr-Ratnam kuQ4 miiuaoaneb 'a Gmk rule breaking, a big part of it unintentional and properly pronounce such names "Very well-you're" lazy floor and ma.c.!. &. eflet to rig..
eta
=' ewma.Tbewaaoi b..e through o
repcrtetf.taauetta twneStl___*Worlfe>>o a vary UJ'aSecav c1UIU that leads to ho1dtPIll. efsi J le or tunVg Sjch economy censes a bit hard, adcn\ik .:ret.. I get to report It BakM itenrtrd one *i

ahead cf the bail: also liegal. 1 r at sM.tOl is worth javirg. ;11. my KIL" | hem "fc.'. totrteg."
l.lIll1W1 saPsaM
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Highlights Of- continental Uatted States. First, take which the layman thinks of as' Just r......,. Have yea paid! aapearaHce la then ak... d.-

.the Secretary uses as a base the,; legislation It is oa* of the fw ; your ptoafce for the swimmteg pool! wrlbed at the on the Jlrt Court day of flours July 1S47

sugar consumed the year cod- the 1948 Sugar Act is ia itself commendation fund? Moore Haven.County Glades County Florida.in

Continued from Page 5) tug October 31 next preceding thei I for the work which has .... )..,. sad thrrraftrr to file such of.Dw. .1*
growers comply with proportionate calendar year for which the deter-! been accomplished la Washington w. r M.- you mar desire or be advised ID rrp -
D4K- to the stilt above entitled,
aaare child U-nU Uf' trructy'sa F,HT
and
altotmeats
acreage initiation is being made. This basic daring the past weeks. \\ IJlfilt which i. ault for divorce Olade.
tatar NArtedns as conditions of figure is then adjusted for County democrat H hereby dedanat-
IIITE'O-I Ih. .fk 1'ayiwuats t. (
'ss
noire *4 as the newspaper In which this
eligibility far payments.ju tor-, population and demand NOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVSX. That order shall be published outs a week
< .4as Under the old act benefit paym..ata K. D. Teder. bolder of Raetglades for four consecutive WMKS. Herein
ton then current. In order that
Section 2t2 of the bill provides of from 39 to M cents per Drataasfe. .. btetrict Tax Ortirkatcanural fall not under penalty of default.
the quantity determined by the II ) r I 4$ and 49 dutrd the let DONE AND ORDERED at Moore
for UK eaUMhthmeat of fixedjaotas : Secretary will bath protect the welfare hundred pounds were graatad. The d._>- of Junv. A. D. It... baa flied MMrtificnte Haven. Glades County .......... this
c In office
my and hm
fame rule of benefit baa 17U day of June 1M7.
for the domestic areas as payments
I of consumers and of those! mad application for tax deed ttI.is-
follows: I! been forged into the new act, ia cur thereon In ercordanee with a.... OFFICIAL IMf )
engaged In the domestic industry. DES .
Said certificates embrace the fvllowing WW .
of the fact that the
Domwtk beet sugar 1,$$00.00 the Secretary, in addition to the, spite tread In described property. cltw.ted iaGI.AI Clerk of Clreutt Csvrt
ions.s congress has been to veer from or )ESount). Florida towit: Glades County Florida.
soo.e" foregoing adjustments and the avoid such payments recently. Next 1 KI, of the 8F.'i sad Sty of tbNWl. By r. R Scott. IMpatr Clerk
Mainland CAM sugar. level and trend of consume purchasing of the SW>4 Seethe IS. sad Cot sE JOUNaON
tOBS. shall year would have bees too late to SEVi of the' SEU of Ruction 1C. allIs Moor Haves FloridaSolicitors
finally
coBsMer. -
I power I have these benefit payments included Township f South. Range IS for PtaintttY.
Hawaii. 1.0S2.0 tons '
the maintenance of the relationship East J. M. Cou_
Puerto Rico 810.000 tons between the prices at wholesale in a sugar act. In fact, with: The aeeesatnent of said propertrunder June 20, 27. July 4. 11.OTI.t .
Virgin Islands. 6,000 ton*. Cuba taking up high or tow quotas: the said certificates issued wam .
for refined sugar and the general the IUB of & P. MITCHKU.
In line with the provisions of the cost another year would have made It'' unless said rertiftcat stall be redeemed .
of living in the United % : .n' .tl'1'LICtTl44\
'
1946 the entirely impossible for such clan according to law tax deed .
Philippine Trade Act of 'T.UtIRU
States as compared with that ..merelatio..hip will Issue hereon on the Tth day of
quota for the Republic of the Philippines daring 1947 prior to for benefits to have been included,. July. A. I>. l'47.
to fixed also at 952,000 short 1 Ferris said."Reger'e. <( the determination of price control.On Clerk Circuit Court J. J. Wiggins, holder of Everglades
tons raw value. I I Very Glades Count Florida.Junf .
the basis of the per capita 1III.ful"Senaton ) Drainage District Tax Certificate
The quotas for Cuba and for e. 13. SO, S7. July 4l numbered ZCS. dated the Tin day of
Spessard L. Holland.Claude
than Cuba I sugar consumption figures used as September, A. D. Ittl has filed said
foreign coaatrtes other the basis of the 1937 Act, or the pre- Pepper and Representative certificate in My office and has mad
are determined by prorating the remainder > Tlit'Inl't IT (fit liT. OP TIIKrnKirrn application for tax deed to Issue thereon -
World War II years and using the Dwight L. Rogers are doing a won Jiuniti. < nu-i IT OP In accordance ...itlllaw. Said Certificate -
of th* consumption estimate derful for Florida ia KI.OIIIIIN .\M KUK <.L\I>H*
estimated 1948 the
population figures, job aa embraces the following described -
{4tTI. 1\: \R\-
(the consumption estimate a consumption for 1948 of about lion's capital, says Mr. Ferris. I -- property, situated In GLADES
minus 5,22v.ot: short tons raw County Florida to-WIt:
7,400.000 short tons, raw value, is "Representative Dwight Rocen.esPf't'iaUy 111\ORf.E Tract K. Section 4. Township 42
value) in the proportion of 98.64: S. T. South. Range tS East
indicated this
-and without consideration COOKSEY.Plaintiff.
has done a sptradid Job
percent to Cuba and 1.36 percent to, The aaaeaameM of the said property -
of our present high con His constant attention to the best Vs.DORA. under the said e.rtlfleatloed
fall duty countries.The J sumer purchasing and LEE COOKSET was la the name of Frank Mataaiak
power our interests of his district are moat
Philippine deficit is allocatd Defendant Unless said certificate hall be redeemed -
depleted pipe Hoes. Increases ia commendable." aocording to law, tax deed
to Caba-that is, 95 percent population during the life of the bill '''TIC'.: TO UTKtR will issue thereon on tke Tta day of
thereof with the remainder going Few obstacles are foreseen in OR.II FUR PIHLK'iTIUV July A. D. 1)47.
will also add about 80,000 tons a the path of of the bill in \151-\1.1; S WEEKS,
passage
to full duty countries. OMr: *. P .ra I.. t\.,.k""r
The deficit In any domestic area year to requirements the few remaining weeks before it I 2K37. l.Hwn-ln.' Av. n.i- 'irrk 1 t'rtnit: <','lIrt.
Conditional Nest Ilm-'IfT' North, ), t ii I i1e"' t'oSilt, Fluridi
as in the 1937 set is shared by tile Payments I is laid before congress and banded Ton H' liH..t>-, '. I .' ,' : .- JiH 4
Section 301 of the bill provides to the for his I
president approval.
remaiading domestic and
areas _ __ __
Cuba in proportion to the quotas)i that for a grower to be eligible to I I I r .._ . __ .. nnn_ _. ,

in effect. fail payments he must warrant Ferris Request- I .- -- _
with to his farm that
respect (1) I
The bill Includes three exceptionsto
no child under the of
14
age years
the foregoing rules for establishing -
I shall have been employed on the (Continued from Page 1) HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
quotas in order to afford certain
I farm in the production of sugarbeets portions share of the 506,000 tons
Cuba
minimum protection to ,
or sugarcane, and ( ) that plus their proportionate share of <
our chief foreign" supplier. These
there shall not have been marketed any deficit which might, and always D' MILKAnd
are: (1) In bo event will the final
or processed from sugar beetsor does occur in some other domestic
for her shareof
quota Cabs, including '
sugarcane grown on the farma area should permit them to
any deficits of other areas be
less than the proportion of total quantity of sugar in excess of the produce and market from 100,000 I Other Aura Product

that proportionate share for the farm to 125,900 tons, a greater amount I
consumption requirements
as determined by the Secretary of of sugar than they have ever pro- AVAILABLE AT
would be assigned to Cuba under the YOUR
Agriculture. duced and greater in opinion. i
domestic These two provisions my
1937 Act, aDd the quotas for
comply with national policy with times in history and probably the
areas would be reduced pro GROCERY AND
respect to child labor and provide first time in sugar history, that such )
effect this
rata to give to provision -
the means for the control of pro- unanimous approval has been ex-
(2) whenever the foregoing
;
DRUG
t:action in domestic areas necessary present. With so much at stake at STORE i
provision is operative Cuba will
to effectuate the quota provisions the present time. and with so muchof 1
receive 98.64 percent of any Philippine -
of the Act. the future of industrial Florida
deficit; (3) whenever the to-
depending on the provisions of this
tal consumption requirement is below 'I i i!
legislation now being hammered into ALFAR
7 nilUM tan, all domestic area Cane Quotas- i!
shape, tbe widespread approval of
deficits would be assigned entirely ,
I than they could produce annnalh

to Cuba I Continued from Page 1) within the nest five years. .. J

Since all the domestic areas have I fixed wages and hours so low thatno The position of new cane growers e 1

in the past exceeded the fixed I I local workers would work for and producers under the proposedact. : Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and i
quotas set for them, the fixed domestic
them,
to say nothing of 'aaytMae whit its quota provisions suspended

quota, and the partial sharing less.Mr. as I understand they will West Palm Beach, Fla.Theatre. ,

by domestic areas of domestic I Ferris stated that, as ia the be, is as good or better than und>'i J Jl'

deficits represent modest aspiration matter of quota cbatrols, he agreedto .
the present law. With quotas sn- -
for the domestic areas at eonsamption -I "go along with or without these pended they can go ahead if tin I : -- 1.: : ,

levels reasonably to be I! restrictions." This attitude i* easily I desire and produce to th. IUI1I1 i I wo'j.j.j.I
.
.. .
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anticipated during the life of the, understood when it is recalled of their capacity so that if and v !1'- M\ : :$._ '. ..-... '" -= 't_ .
hill. Inasmuch as the equities of that neither fix -
quota controls nor quotas are reimpoaed they ""'1'\i

Increased domestic consumption the wage and hour control will make have an historic base their niP'-

entire Philippine deficit-for practical difference to continental grow recent production on which to I.uin i iI
1 1I
-aad the lion's share It'd
purpose or processors. I a quota allotment j Glades

of domestic deficits go to Cuba she Unqualified .IppnnalThe Another and most importan' i 11.1-

will be able to adjust her United bill has the significant distinction -i son why I believe it would 1.a i..1 I

States marketing from the present I of hating the unqualified i to exchange the old art for th.

wartime peak to a higher basic level approval of all sugar iDtere.ts--1 proposed new one Is that not I star: 1 I :

than ta the past.at'.iwg4tan. the entire industry-aad the unqualified Moore Haven
I in my opinion Congress would not I : : : : Florida

( to.titMittt" approval of the secretary I approve benefit payments to growers ; I II j

Section Ml of the bill sets out t of agriculture, the secretary of state at least not on the present stale I ,

the formula for the Secretary to'the director of budget and the I which is identical with the scale SATURDAY ONLY ii

follow in determining the amountof 1 I president of the United States for provided in the proponed act. Th>i

sugar needed to meet the requirements the first time In history.In growers need benefit payments in i Hopalong Cassidy in

of consumers in the the great game c: give and
that amount if they are to profitably -

l produce sugar ia competition I Unexpected Guest
with Cuba. t''''' the present! act

and under the proposed act. the subsidy i Chapter 4, "Son of Zorro" and Cartoons

ADVENTURES IN INDUSTRY plan not only carries itself -

through a processing tax of Stir per

hoe i pounds of sugar produced, but I SUNDAY MONDAY

FRUEHAUF i. { aC"tually"S the government a y.

ffN HIS FATHERS WAGON SUOP.YOUNt ;\j\!_i profit of about IS million dollars I .,
f l i \ 'ar. but even ao aa economy mind- -
UARvYCFRUFNAUy'DRfAMED ,- I : d Congress aright refuse to enactIht. I iwasaaucauwe7 ACTION
Cf A REVOLUTION IN TRANSPORT 3% I Q ADYfNTUIiI TJlIIWII
t : pubrfdv en benefit payment r
THROUGH GAS EN r tIoM ,7
:.11I'P 11f .1 } 'ar.I .
C//V S AND FREIGHT ( I have dbcnrecd sit.. p-ri j"lo.n I

TRAILERS NFS i -:." the popowdt with the ni.>-
M.tvef I GABlE
TRACY
GOT SJMEtyNG I if oJ ity cf grower :'i.ii i"'H>"-so.r if. I s cuca

I 1 Honda and 11.f'a rc" wit!: 11: '

!Vat the act a.? pro'wed 1I"old:: : .
I _
.
pi.ferabie! to the one under whirl! I
& ourncoa a1Jl1aT
we are now operating .

Heretofore v.:hen siRir ;i. risla 4. LLtMai a 100JNCtl

,\ y HE TC, fS W UNPRECEG NT0 ion bag come up in Congress all I /

-' cl FLEX'/8>LTAOVOLUMETMULMG "ther domestic areas* and all other mUd

r ranches of the sugar; incluf'try din
TNROUGx F4El < TRAILERS.
A agreed with each ofur and w'tr I

ate ? a I lie 11\f'rnment. Now for the first
COlBERT !AMAR8
YGIWVG 1ARFtYSF/RSr tCRuQc tireo in history all; !branches of tfetj'lome'tic II

TRA/ZE 'PDOVEO .! sugar industry, the Department .
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.' lure. State. Interior '
of Agri ::
.
'
..... HIM RIGHT: THENUK TWO r = and Bureau of the nud ..tare I I 1" '. ... ,.
I< '.A"" .
BROTHERS JOtU t UfM ,''J- # i in accord. 1 believe it would! I I .; "t .",,. .' !-,", .I ,' .,.

INRESH4P/NGAMER- + :ie In the best interest of our stan t" r

ICAS TRANSPORT yy :rd certainly in the best intere1 ... .. r 1 !f, .J t..,...
/ if the sugar hHl1 try of Florida, too I
j'r
( with tbe other -
I along sugar PM
f \1 r .'-'-tug states and the AdministraI'ion M-G-M PROUDLY RE-INTRODUCES
__ FPUENAVT _
+ in seeking quick passage: of the :
THE FREIGHT TRAILER Jl'UtS f? both the House and
r r.-poej *H by ROOM TWN

O'bNDUsTRYYO. .' L /a he Senate, reserving th* right, '.

GIANTS QVEV PROAD. :.<1\\1 ver. to oMMMe at any time tD.

HE SQvECF the future: say restfittlon o* do-'' I --- -. --- --- -- ----- -----.--

t "tic production: of a aoa.surplus;
I 4 F e"w AMERICAS it ; I TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYIngrid

-' -op. each aa saaar.Attaehel I .
GREAT JOBMAKERS. Q n a to a brteC aammary of''. Bergman, Greg Peck in

!'be preprSd ... !i

With k$5.st tfJgo *. .1 am.VfcPreaideB. i ii i.1 SPELLBOUNDPAGE

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