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was t. ia the eaeenmtien and continue nntil asset August ; tackle cash and mereaaaidiae from

c.' to Wnehtncten to participate I phrase for lea than .Ml and oa the :n. Anglers from near and far are various mercbanta A request w 'I At present the 10M'aIMk areas
whatever action may be neceaar -I 117 .11 Inches. made being blown on tile city fire siren
invited to to Arthur
participate, with a large Harringten ofLa '
to obtain the third lake oatlet I but Mr. Farnam hopes te establish -
These official readings may net assortment of peters being offered Belie presideet of the Head n ,

I't ibly as a reach of this meets -'; agree with amateur laaiHma taken by individual merenants a* an Incentive Conaty ConeervatioB ChIli forspaesertng one Mast on the siren shaty

,: the U. S. Engineers began j elsewhere even in take neishbsre to participate of the excellent of the eon test. and I'r.. aa alert with the cone whistle signals

Thu !day afternoon relaastaa t* ;head of the lock Oee seen ...- tporte-flahins offered IB the donation of a top prise. Mr. Hai r-j I to be blown on the small

l' as-mum discharge of water' tear reading, taken at a nearby fish area rtngten expreeaed himself as favorably at the electric plant. He ala hope

ir rough th 84. Luck Canal Tne camp "|B a straight sided backet According to a tentative set of Ira pressed by the Mea. and|, to pat the signal board closer to

Ca:ahatchee tea bole dtechargtrg -> and meaar4, with a rater" tndfcated rnie no one will be limited because premised. that the request weald| :!|: the telephone at the pint ta order

at maxtmnm caadty for some- 4.5 Inches of rate in an boa of place of r...... The only reeetve' eeBsMeratioB at the neitimeeting |T to laTe time. force
Member of the rennteer
''J and 4f sautes on July 11.I limits so far contained in the place of the clab {,
E. Farnam,
{ at present ire: L.
Ttf Calooa hatchii has a sew are that the fob meet be btg-auwtb Watch this I
newspaper for fa r-, chief J. L. Woodward. asst chief:
:
.,'. urn dt.ca urge '"f UM ecaad feetwh : SONit \RRln_, I ban and oust be caught la Lake then details of tbt contest. Yore I!i Bob King. Ken Mardock. Mitten
I
.ie the St. Lnee has a"* -; Okeechebee or its ul *tartes. TIlts tnlomtatJea will be available and j Adkins Fred Jenkins Stoa Stalls
ar': s.**. seoeaid feet Orders )k. and Mrs. J. Yemen CeehraaeD extend the eictUent
r > j j ', contest to the released next week and if the present -I I Bob Ahem. Ralph Wood R. D. r

n. reaM the St. Lode fn w rate :, are the nrend parents ef a SOB# haw grenad at Ffsheatlng Creek wave of enthusiasm and cooperation : Omit Yemen Bryant John Dowd.

: gtrtng an exretteatt: ..or' wetfMag nine pounds tea eanee* at{ and the various caaafo In tile area eenti&nes. eemptete detailswffl E. 1. Bowyer John Moore C. S. ::

'rne Thenlastee paaonnos are| hgathDd Hospital te: <:In1.feet' AU nh entered la lice castes mast be liven IB the special secs fun Preaaley. Ycrnaa Coehrane. Ward

K'ne; htgb4lgind also as a fort of i Meaday -- '. He has been' be weighed: and legged (Mae adaddress of the Oewlsten News ea the last Roberta. Each member answeringa

F iro<
.ce to ..... ta-taMar with I. kt his Dad says heU anewer'teacme the day they are eanght. and best fishing eeetest ever to be to register la order to be ell ibte:

fr: oW flat took. of Jimmy I Angler will be reqared to ftrMaced in this area ;: for aym l1tH



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_= 1. VThen was 0 .YeT Cromwell 7. Is a baby rattlesnake denger-
lPhilliprM 3 beheaded' 0.I!

%. How nary times does the
r word "veto appear in the Cocstitutocn TAe Antvctrt

i Letter for Special Delivery MOPSY byGLADYS PARKER I of the Umted States'' i _

; Prof. E. M Jelliaek. 3. How many vocal cords has the I. Net tatfl he was dead and
Tale UnlTtrsJty. hnnnffl larynx* I buried. His body was exhumed
Dear Professor: \VHAT DO YOU THINK/ I'D HATE TO : 4. Who said: "You shall net j I and beheaded.
press down upon the brow of labor i t 2. Net OEC*.
I have read article stating
that there were your mere heavy drinking OF MY NEW SPRING SAY-IT MIGHT t. ass crown cf thorns you shall not < So Two.i .

women in fratdma'i day than PRINT 9 a ANSWER craary mankind upon a cross fiallr' i 4. Ali iam JevuBgs Bryan.
? i 3. Yes once in 1362 sad again
there are today, and am 1 lazg&cgt'
Yea BACK / i 5. Was the Suez canal ever in 1915 by the Bntosh
say that there were more
daces crocked in the gay nineties iI dosed to shipping** >': 6. Yes once every :5 days.
than in the cockeyed forties and iI I 4. Does the sun spa around on !j''I'I 7. Yes at birth it has venomI -
its ? 1 I .S characteristics.
axis
you quote<< fgures, hut they bou&ce : S
right off my convictions based on iI I

first-hand, scenic cbaer aticrs appearances: checks, and aotaUcns Step-by-Step InstrucOn :tionsf Illustrations


general des ccDcUUcns. m drinking cir- I Making Slip I Covers for Furniture

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',''pili a In my grandma's daj a female In <*iar. and cut veil outside roar pfci:::-.*
a barroom was strictly unique, extraordinary I ..1Or't The arm. back front and otter MCUC::a .
(.1 :Le chair arc made 2a the same a"
declasse and a bum. A

woman could get talked about for !. waS p-bfst p. aerated iastrucaocj !01
creeping to within 300 yards of a 'ant man typ of elk covers are f T.
beer barrel at a beach picnic. Many eboatlet !ter 3S. kid Jfc IB coin.
.
fc"fit sap c.-us saeoearle0y" c
a girl lost her rep for being seen Weekly r.wspaprr.er.Se., MI west lien
with a man who had an alcoholic St.. New T.rk U. N. T. Prsataaw. adCress.
Presto
Change
booked title and Vo 31
breath. If grandpa going to Toole
and McGinn's for a snifter ever saw Lovely Slip Cover .
grandma and Aunt Aggie standingat i

the bar and demanding a heavier

slog in the next one he would hare PRESTO. ,IM-XQ: Turn d: ::- 10
yelled far the eeps. the family doe- ness fre !ires.s tnrpugh t,".<. dJ1takeJ ,

tar .and a closed_.hack._ S A :vr magic of sip covers: Anyone BIG COLD :
evep a beginner can whip up a se: Dfffctouf
PoD yourself together, professor, of lovely slip coders IB no t-:-.t: Drinks
before you tell me that Whistler's flat with. the easy pin cut se:: FUVORs. j
Mother had a rumpus room, that method.
the Old Oaken Bucket hung in the .

stffl and that the Face on tbe Bar- There aft as patterns M cat; the -a '_
total the dint. lye-
leaped tufts
rooM Floor was the theme song to I -

every old-fashioned l cottage (AIm ;

no clamu&g that mommer darned Hi? Skeleton Attends Board
the socks while half crocked raised

all those kids while shaking up -- -- .,- i Jlt d= for Over 100 Year Foot Sufferers
drinks and crawled around the old

homestead baking pies on her HOMETOWN ECHOES By C. Kessler Jeremy Bentbazn skeleton ras R.-as: .."1 at. r.t-, .;: I
hands and knees.) attended meetings of the loc: b Ci. Tt: ,- n- '. :. -.:
same .
Dort ::.g skis a ':.s -.3 F- .o- .
wou >1 t t2idAi! hospital board for over 100 years ;: : :
I know better. And what Is more I Beg:a;i today L;,j c< p.** ::- '-*"
I Brigham died in lilt IB accordance -
doctor, if many elf those grand J. 'EDiS'UTLJeE with the dictates of he w:1:. RESINQLm,
mothers were around they would : f fc ff his skeleton attends all the meetings -
make you eat your wards, run you .
of the hospital board of t>:eUniversity
ragged among the elms of the Tale college in Tondon seated .

campus and make you issue a complete in the chair be used during his
denial from the roof of Mory's
lifetime add m exactly the same
Ale Reuse. m
College
position he used when engaged :: ,
Correction, please before it is too though!,
lite.

Tours, Elmer TwitcheBTi >
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&4r T.., UVi Itit ALt aMnt
fit Ih Ftrtfr her T&<* Swats
ill G.rYa
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I Portrait of a Pelkid&n: f 1w

There he staMs

On shaking wra.u"
Afraid of aU rAT ,

Those telegriMS.KM .
rJb'

.

eI she trrwa.vv tbeea eau.:
c;......act bra CIIII, .. srei%atsyw '
den* .*svs sW UU .gg.Aaaault Ii'1'Jll1r'i
.

has now won more money
than any other race hone in History 0.1i

We. attribute it to his remarkable

mteffisence Although his I- ,/ ,( / V1 / ';/
trainer constantly tells him, "That
arat bay," m sending him after another i
purse. the ateed knows bitter
rrt
$tE1tUiG !
S. This It \'GC'etenlNt
ors, ua qulz RGr't 1 1Orie
Teacher, JOB dame! a } f
teat!
ww. as me (Yet eos.ee 7 Goals

olio baae bee to ffaered rs e.tla satiny sss4. Seating Arrangements By Gluyas Williams -a;' ; lritfa a fWhipt

.\ w* lAir name rates aattl see a7..YtS!
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Mutar" Ifahlaet. hopesb telaee3 die
earic .. Me'E
yl ....
Frank IfoUary a lone male was
gradMted with a class of 447 girls tick.an mash 4fnq.po& a
kU Ih fuUoi
bas Smith college the other day !earth De 6.. 43OO -
He was .f! months with the army rsde-.d do u }

donasj the war and valor corneaMturatty eo soste 1...
to nun, we aacume It """ raw L
may be worthy' of note that the ftratna
Smith tai!'GES c' l&tK rt& C+.iit oe* fa3w'' t M1Y AsClG' Wlt1T idol
.
la c.a grad sties
\.I..e: Art 4ee C;>.'\.. E 51 5 r.. .e os .A.'"'a(JIT ec lUCil rLB+L ti.tAt
soldier and not sailor.
WM a a i>'. .K A_:.L arc /109.5 iC Rh f W TC .,:...t:A P.u.Oo1f'O .4ra,. aaOaErICr
--e, '_+Lf? d? rHG raga BACK'7g [
Bring 'Em On!

("Give her the moon, give her <*
the stars, give her tbe Iaea -sent eye yve. this acauMadr .
Arks die
tatfpved fragrance of this ntattiee' dottg
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foi p-erfuso".-From an ........ It wet POSTER to male kght.Ao
Jlae-t.) \tr \ < = ekes powet-padked eew"Ii ready1 !.aab- U Dries .tka* hx c
Give her tie save. .-.r \ cr light cells to make jcr flnMittt airs And .s yours tor die
glow! sz"ci ic yoob.tsecEghtlongrrToday'Irmadyt! ,.*..u crke. f h a
Give her the hulk Ike tr- & : brand !!a span snow! I-W \ ncrrwivcfe foci*.......LIGHT!Pltaty
Fens the CMMffftt aye. hoe p : ara lsbls-ro price iaaeajd
SE's 3 err 1D DE A .
>c tfT"vtM'a 0''R
'i lkn Ski bW'
brow :1olo Ai.Y F ?t'AtSiL ix: fC'ID,1II.'TSf:GT4CLr \fte...........-.-. ""'--w" ...................
I don't quite He w.it .'s ES .e 2v cps Pa.t
asing new. !Eg.Mio : #G"JoTf'atmf'LA'( bDGC cuss :, NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, INC.
) racr 7 GAscES PXJc.,nsr '5 Wf,7RfA8l rFJd ,WGlbt 30 Fast 4iaJ Son .New York f.N.Y.

Ghe her the skies M aeavea- errs S:)'C.f7ti: rasDa.9if r.r eI 1....Cari.1. .d C.ios c-5s,w...

tent! a
i I IYtiANi
Give her the Dapper Uk I'

dough's weD speat!)- f FOLLOWING ORDERS COVERLNG
I Give her the fragrance by stars I

inspired t. h-o ante were raoavg at great !!! Yoag son_Dad. why do you .1-
Ten give 'em, kid I'm ,a 'i peed aooas a cracker MIL -i ways s.gn my report card with an
little tired! "Why are X instead ? eatatrrot UOIR,
we rcsagrg so fast? t cf wnUcg your name
.
.asked the Art .... j Father-I don't want your teach- IMtCQ
Fewer T.-uidl UI for, IT, renr. iist -Oan't yon see flat it says Tear ,} er to ttitk that anyone who can
the gsU frees Farr bear oil lorryie1 ,, thing .te dotted fcef reeled tie -tread and write would have a son as

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of Thought ,.

TO SMILE at a lest which Kathleen Norris Says :

planta a thorn in another's

bruit 1* to become a principal

in the mischief .... ,.. Should a Woman Marry at 40?
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Ltittfturt is.ii titmtnt of g'.... : ; Bell !,1I4Iute.-WYtJ r..tur*..
li ninth pays tUUtiUi t* .!tub-- HOUSEHOLD; t? l a
4Hnt tnrutj -Jobn Bmreutbt. I -
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Wit and Judgment are often '

at strife, though meant each f. EM ,4

other's aid. like man and wife o3.ff4c4iiVarious J

-Pope. ,i m: :;....__ K :. : 44 L

It's all right to hare a train '

of thoughts if you have a term- I Sandwiches LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU

niL-Bewker.. Make Good >orch,

Nature has given to Asserted Sandwiches
men one t
but two Picnic Suppers Potato Salad Co!e Slaw
tongue ers, that we I
Sliced Tomatoes Pickles
may bear from others twice as
much as we speak.-Epictetm. Celery Carrot Sticks

; f Beverage Lemon SherbetIf ; ,


'Lost Colom-' Presentation you want to use ham or pork

for barbecued sandwiches, use the _
Net FUliing; Town Wealth fo'.cwing: sauce

Barbecued Ham or Pork

In the summer of 1937. t.e ..* Sandwiches.

habitants of Manteo on E ,ort +9.a j 'i cop chopped oaten

island off North Carolina ga'. s a 1 clove garlic

series of performances of T"::e Lc -' Vi cup tomato catsup

Colony, a play written for t'.t 14 cap Worcestershire asses

about the English colonists v.: i U teaspoon pepper i '
mysteriously disappeared sooa 1 cup tomato soap

after settling there in 1587. T..e H cop vinegar

play was so successful that *. bes 1 tablespoon butter

since been presented annual*;, except 2 tablespoons sugar
between 1942 and 1945 In this Mix aH ingredients together and Tbtrt fri dfsubftkt .nl I *. ntt IMW MfcW I *m fJ*+tVt enougb t*
six summers, 500,000 people spec simmer a few minutes. Use to mtJtt tin best.of 'b.... On. u Rcfrr't sister, fe+ega, *memeJ drtt4 Ie b:5s eel
(4,000,000 in this 1,0xpopulationcommunity Sandwiches such as these "egg- baste treat whileit easts isalous.

,hose burgers" are the perfect answer is cooking. _ _
v previous income
to summertime eating When Ii When meat is e By KATHLEEN NORRIS ,
came mainly from fishing TH1SGS WILL CH.iSGEMirrugt
served with salad and relishes "
tender, slice and ... ( HOULD a woman marry !
: beverage and fruit, you have a add to sauce in ti. V for the first time at 40," is tJtaji gamble, *t

complete meal ready In no time. I pan with 1 cup \ J writes a woman from Oakland any age, says Miss Norm, in /eply -

Dogs rYe Kiao sweet pickle relL Calif. "I 40 last to a 40-y''''-olJ woman who
m.ee was sum
I. 1, It's estimated that sandwiches are ish and gene .A 1Idc19i
wants is
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eaten at.the rate of 30 million dally sauce as a relish .z'" mer, so that 41 is right at my itenog-
here in the Unit on the sandwiches.If door. I am a stenographer in a rapier who is ,tontine an exttl-

ed States and you are having a large crowd large insurance firm, have been last salary and who pas $35,000in
'
,
Its no worder k"r m either for a picnic or for a porch in one office 17 years, and naturally bonds, a summer cottage and
because they tone supper. plan to have several differ have risen to a good place. a town bouse. She is in Ion with

of the aim:1 eat varieties of sandwiches on a t I get a month's vacation every a widower, $6 Who is quite successful -

plest. most TOUT- large platter, a selection of salad year, and have a cabin on the as a sales agent.Tbe .
tshng fo MS toere fresh fruit and cookies and beverage
Skyline to which I can escape only obstacles are Roger'spretty
The sandwiches be madein
Do you like to i' the morning and may wrapped ia where I can entertain on week- young sifter, Pearl, and bis

yz make sup r hot.&Y heavy orated paper and chilled. ends all the year 'round. I have aunt, who lies with him in a big

slrrp: on Here are some suggestions about $35,000 in government old bouse. Pearl ss possessite and

s w e : tering 1. Beef or tongue sliced thin bonds and own the home in jealous. She resents anyone'coming -

c;ghts* Serve a sand .-. -a:ad and spread with musttrd-horse- Which I live with a married sister betu rest her and bier brother.

supper on the cool back poreDo radish on rye or pumpernickel she paying no rent and I The middle-aged aunt is a capable
you;: like to whip up a picrw at a bread.
paying no board. housekeeper and "manager who
moment's notice? Then wrap together 2 Cold pork, chopped sweet no doubt will do
"My youag man. the letter on- want to things
a few sandwiches, fruit and
beverage to take along to beach or pickle salad dressing and let unues, "w 76 rather youthful for her ou-n way, erect though Motra .
tuce white bread.
woods. on his age, atelbgeat and succesafaL is mistress of the household,

Sluggard S0azy lt ,::t Simplest of all sandwiches is the chopped 3. Sardine hart -mashedi ed'with I He holds an agency for dentists Motra wonders whether she can

even ret up wv-'ft a lady eaters. Dogs slice of meat between two pitc s of moistened wfta hfcpo '* Bd supplies, travels to the western adapt herself these two
: womenand t
states and makes a&.exceSent liv-
art often listless when they're not fed reread; brrt-itiUstes ejrw better rf
right Gro-Fup Ribbon ,,oud gin you add some liiiilliiWiti spread or boiled dressfag' -and," Wttrtr-: .- teg His mother( died two months get along smoothly after baring -

him every vitamin and mineral dOl' ,I accompaniment to tt. such as: shire sauce. age, and he tells me that long before bad, tbtngs her own way forso .
are known to need for rigor anti 4. Swiss fefeccse, tomato slices I she died he
1. Cover with a thin slice at hoped some day to many years. Miss Norris tells
and wafer-sliced beef with let-
vitality. Economical-one boa sup- cranberry jelly, especially ham ask me to be his wife. We seem to ber to go ahead and get married.
plies u much food by dry weight M tuce and mayonnaise on rye be COD nia1. enjoy the same These difficuliiti will
roast
or pork.
strgigbteaout.
bread
five 1-lb MM of dig food Gro-Pup
amusements love home and would
also comes in :Vr'i. and In Pel-Etu 2. Cover with thinly sliced 5 Chopped bard-cooked eggs Pearl soon uttt be interfiled
sweet or sour pickles or mustard mixed: with chopped stuffed hope immediately for a child or in lose and marriage btntlf. The
1 two. For the time being we would
.
olives and salad dressing with live m the old home of too-competent aunt will in time
flJ1 I Dogs Go :For ;i 3. Spread with horseradish lettuce on whole wheat bread. an old and rather OBmber-Roger'smother fit into the HIIIIHLl.
i mixed with
saayamaise. 0. Ground, cooked chicken i
some house, but at least a roof.
4. Cover with lettuce and
L GROPUPlnteeo mixed with an equa1 amount of
"So far all seems simple But
boiled dressing or sandwich cvr>ppn caked ha: :. seasoned Ute the young man. and you can
-... spreM. there are drawbacks and I do not
w '" "tea oi'-es a-d may- act as peacemaker there. Tbe man
know whether I am adaptable
5. Cover with chili sauce. or C" T a ;te bred aging aunt will be in your house
enough to make the bet of them.
f p catsup what housewives in of
your part the
One is Roger's sister. much
When> have leftover meat younger -
..,. you not married, passionately devoted world, as you well know bare to
I chop it or put it through the meat pay $200 a month for-I mean anaBarouDd
grinder aDdne to any of these to him and quite jealous; honest interested
economical
Pearl
expects to make ber home

Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! ways 1.: Mix with mustard and season .\:th us. She has a way of appro- Aunt Olivia, hart-working sometimes jars Servant on you' If
;rating him and of making
with chopped pimiento cr nippy does her
-- things way instead: of
!ttle remarks
: about that
my age
green pepper. I 1r T yours, takes a pretty high hand in
:\e era perfectly wfld.
2. Mix with equal parts of .. making decisions, why so does any
!fl"elv' shredded cabbage and # brother problem is Roger'swho good servantGo
.:-* runs the house She is
ser\e with chopped pick:e or ,
60 Along for a While.
s: very capable and ex-
or.!'in'
3 Season with chow-chow or .- meV' anxious that I continue Accept these conditions gallantly,

pickle! relish and season with i'L a th rrv job, perhaps from an in- and share your feelings about them

enough boiled dressing or mayonnaise :ate jealous instinct that I win sop- with Roger TeD him you'd ratherbe
to mix through. rant: her if I stay at home Roger at home, but that since Aunt

4. Mix wrtfe-eyed olives, uants me to quit work. Olivia is so happy, why not let

green pepper and dressing. It's True Love. things go as they are, for a while.

5 Mix with chopped hard- Now balance against these difficulties Express nothing but admiration for

w cooked eggs, chopped green the fact that Roger and I Pearl and satisfaction in her devo
A creamy iced beverage and tion to her brother, and win her
pepper and mayonnaise. truly love each other I won't
go
slices of a simple cake, or fruit
6 Mix with chopped celery I into ecstasies but it is the real confidence. Play an amused, lenient
and cookies, fittingly top off a
CALOX and moisten with mayonnaise. thing He was married before not understanding part, the part of
sandwich
change to When you plan to feed a bunch of supper. happily. His wife died in an accident an onlooker.

hearty eaters and I For : He is gentle. rather timid At your age most women have
facie a nourishing "burger" type
for the
effect the weather is a I of sandwich you might like these with his womenfolk only anxiousfor been married for some 15 or 13yean.

on your smile bit on the crisp I made with eggs.. peace rm afraid" the letter Most of them by this time

side, then serve De Luxe Eggbnrgen. ends, "you'll advise a woman myage are having problems like yours,
"1'i"r..ah*sank two tttrrtt r1! hot sandwiches (Serves I) against this marriage, and I problems that have grown through

1 Helps remove ila bring oat for a real treat I won't promise to take your advice, the years. You are finding yours

satte.all tii. OArartl.luaus of coat The barbecued 2 tablespoons eggs fat for frying but rd like to know what you readj-raade, that is an the differ,

2 type is i ideal for round buns tI Dk." ence. With sme famiiiti it is a
A special iajtrcdicet ia Cabs I
.
difficult
eocoa.ratI n..J.r massage... the occasion. slices eheesemediumsized J .. older person, cranky uncle,
w ucla hi tome effect oa game Barbecued Hamburgers.Makes 1 onion Go the contrary. Moira my tendency exacting mother-in-law, paralyzed
.. .1a-:*; cheat staile.wwb fcrn sadtosy. ( I) Salt! and pepper would be to advise you to take father. With others it is the adolescent

Calox B row *i cap milk Split buns. Lay halves, spKt sidf this chance It is a chance, of I crisis, the wilful teenagers,
Vt cup soft bread crumbs course, but then so is who provide the worries. Some fam-
mar
_[.J. i. jean rw..-.. up, on baking sheet, place cheese any
11J __ ., ,... .. M pound ground beef slices on them and toast in hot eva riage. You have several advantagesmost flies are always In money trouble.
li teaspoon salt or under broiler until cheese begins brides don't have, in that you or always in bad health. Some have

I H teaspoon pepper to melt and: other half is toasted. see the difficulties clearly: and are I all these trials in greater or lesser

I S tablespoons Worcestershire Meanwhile fry eggs medium ftrra I I facing them in the right spin Also :: degrees, and some add bitter grief
saute have an remorse, locehness to them.If .
turning ones; season. Place eggs you the cards if you winonly
W/uJSu/frAJ. 1 tablespoon cider vinegar on toasted halves. Top with onion j play them right you win take it so, you win find
*i cop tomato catsup I Go into this determined if in this marriage of
challenge
,It ami hats in rt.it ir rings. Serve hot, open or closed. I necessary yours a
': RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Combine bread crumbs and rnGk Pass chill sauce, chopped pickle relish to take the attitude Armenian to exciting and useful living
Add: ground meat, salt and pepper. or mustard. I brides were supposed to take in the to varied new interests and responsibilities

Form meat into patties, then brown For beverage at porch or picnic I old days I mean a. year of silence to infinite opportunities

on both sides In two tablespoons of use 1 rounded tablespoon of all purpose i Yours won't be quite that and for loving service.

MCNEILS tat grind, decaffeinated coffee ia shouldn't be quite that but if TOUcan And It in a year cr two, children

MAGIC Combine seasonings and vinegar every cop of water. Make by boiler :: steel yourself to be only Rog- do core along, the question of your
with catsup and: poor over mea t or percolator method.: Freeze coffee er's devoted wife for a while and continuing work wdl be settled once

'REMEDY ,' Cover and simmer slowly about 10 in ice cube tray. At serving let other matters settle themselves, and for an. the whole household will

RINGS BLESSED RELIEF minutes or until sauce is very time, heat milk but don't let it you will find that time, the irresist- bow down to them and you and
i i thick. Serve hot between heated or boil Fin glasses with coffee cubes able solvent of all human tangles. Roger between you wiB have created
Ur<*Mtt> 2_MMBU -*...SO*SOJITItfc toasted bun halves. .
a( III 1141 U MUTUB a and pour on hot TnilV. The result iDork in your favor. what the world so badiy needs,
The above sauce also may be used: will be smooth iced beverage. The beautiful little sisterinlaw9nQ ore mere successful marriage
U till pet stiff r M N tenet tf,nee a creamy one
.ita mi u. .... atmimi .. tiu" j for sliced, cooked beef roast or for fall in love and Referon't more real borne.Gams .

;! frankfurters as barbecues. .......be w..t.ai ha....ap.e l:af.i



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j FACE FOUR GLADES COCKTT DKMOCRAT .r FRIDAY. JULT I*. U4T' ..a,


- I-, GLADES COUNTY formidable and we were slightly l I .the descent for we had the road 'Ing a livelihood after anything like Ing soon to be tinder way; other 3

n-plused .when several folks told! blocked. This was the widest pointwe that, but not Mr. Whldden. who considerations including royalties -
I DEMOCRATMOORE us we'd be foolish to attempt driv-I! encountered and when we were went out a few days later to catch! are covered in Lease 248.

HAVE. FLORIDA ing our car to the top; that told that we could go bat very lit- a record-length coral snake, forty- One hundred to 150 days are estimated _.
save money by paying a total ofseventeen I tle higher because the road was one Inches from nose to ail-tip. to be required! to drill to .
'I a depth of 11,'" feet at the WeH '
Ent red as econd-cla matter. Mav dollars to a sightseeingtour 1 snowed in we decided to use this asa
.. 111 at the Potofflce at Moore company to get oar family up) turning around place at an elevation i In a talk before the Merchants) Number 1, Block 9 site sear Moore
Cccrre Haven. Florida, under the Act of that seventeen mile climb. Being of a little over' 13.999 feet. It Asseeiatiea at New Seayraa Beach Haven. Geological data indicates
;;: of larch J. 11)7.ratlUard .
it: of Scotch ancestry and inclined toward was the kids first real snow so we last week. Representative Tom that at least that depth will Hneceeeary

'" stubboraaew' at times webto.D took some picture, rolled a few Cobb of Volasia stated that the tax I to properly teat the area.Ia .
}: THE Eery Friday By to feel that we were being saow balls and headed back down theBuraBtaiB i I I hips passed by the recent .......- event commercial possibilities are
GLADE! PRINTING
CO, lae.
f' CARR !iETTL.:. Publisher made the victim of a racket and set really more nervosa tare are sufficient to take care Oft discovered by the test, a pumping
1 :., out on the following morning with about the deaceat that the ascent I the anticipated needs. station caa be established on the
:, .- I all the aelf-coafideace of an Alpine Bat once underway it .uu't half -- far side of the (channel and all -

.If. I..rl.U.. R...... adventurer. bad nand we enjoyed it a lot. ForCeatiaaed = equipment can be removed from the
Drilling
Oa* Tear __ _______ -
636 .
rightofway.Ne
The wife had little to say until Tea yoa're right, that was the government
Six "...... __ __._ $lam I we reached Maaftoa Springs and highlight of the trip although we I I I > PweNe Mee **e:

suddenly a.aollnthls is where saw a lot of Interesting things that ( from PIp 1) It is not proposed to hold pubHe -

I get out" We've learned long lack of space prevents us elaborating lakeward of the leve. la event of hearing oa the application bat

.. since not to argue with her so out upon bat we're glad to stop and a harrieaae the area ia which I anyone winking to submit a pro.
she got the kids wedged into the talk about these experiences anytime drilling operations are proposed to test baaed oa the proposition that

fJv1EANDECJliTGSBy front seat and away we drove, lit- Maybe vacationers should organize take place would be subject to the project will unreasonably- .

Carr Stttfe tle realizing Just what we were in a dub or something and compare wiad-Uae from Lake Ofceeeaobee.Miaeral ." terfere with public navigation or
for. Suddenly, at the edge of the experiences like folks are prone rights were retailed by unfavorably: affect the navigable ..:
nice wide pared highway we saw the to do following operaitous the State of Florida at the time of apacity of the waterway may submit I
Of coarse oars isn't the only va- arrow and "Pike's Peak Road" and ------ easeaeat granted the Uaited States such protest ia writing tn sufficient
cataaa of the summer and upon oar we turned into a Barrow gravelled goveraaMBt. These rights are detail to permit a clear u.it:

ratal from a tour-weeks tour we road which looked hardly wide covered ia Lease :U, which covers derstanding of the reasons there .
ftad that-'T' almost everyone else toeither enough for a good healthy sidewalk I both Block 9. the oae involved ia of. The Federal courts have ruled i

OB vacatiOB, have just roosted and went as nearly straight up as STUFFby the present proposal aad Block 10 that the decision of the War Department j(

from one or are too buy any motor car could be expected to Lease 248 was executed between oa the application mast be

nisklag plans for one to be Interested climb. But there were Iota of trees TillU T.\XfER the Internal Improvement Fund of baaed entirely upon the t'ffeet" ->\

IB oats Bat when a country around and our confidence wasn't + the State and the drilling company i! the proposed work on navigationw

editor take a month off. travels shaken until we suddenly rounded 5 ----s.- and modified Feb. 27, 1 Ii 7. It I not on its effect on property values .> ,
awe than ",... Mile and sees a wells to be drilled other considerations having -fj
a harpin turn (that's what they call provide for test or
lot of things he had never seen before 'em but you'd have to apply vigorous A big fishing contest is in the OB both blocks within a five year nothing to do with navigatioa. .";0

aad bad little hope of ever pressure with pliers to a hairpinto offing scheduled to start at sea time limit, and the preeeat drilling Permit Xot Waiter ::'.

seeing, he can hardly refrain from get that kind of an angle) and rise on the morning of August 1, operaUoaa proposal is la concurrence A War Department permit ia

talking about it. we took a look downward swallowed and run until saaset August 31. The with this da... merely a waiver of objection Insofaras ,.

Of coarse the first question which a time or two to get our heart idea which" originated over coffee Block 9 covers ".All water bottoms public right of navigatioa iacoaceraed.
weM be raised by brother editors back in place and yelled at the kidsto cups in Mack's Saackery oae recent lying within the boundaries It confers BO franchise
t., "how could you afford to make morning, b like teat nor does It tat
keep their months that and their going over a of Lake Okeechobee. Total acreage or property rights
aeh "a trip OB an editor's oars eyes up. in a high wind and already has for the lease ia some 660,i 36 any way abridge any right whka\
inns! We'll admit it had us stumped We were early enough that t.e kited to heights at first thought acres, with the Lake Okeechobeeblock any aggrieved person' would have

for a while as we made our plans met but one or two cars on their only possible through weeks of hard accounting for some 476.200 I had under any law had the permit
tat ear route was chosen: over an .
'I downward trip so we got along work. acres for which lease are now held not been issved. -'
area rather thickly populated by fairly well and stopped only at the This acceleration is due both to amounting to $14, lfi. Of course I Protests should be addressed b> -:'-

tr"'Bd. and relative and we established ski lodge, about ten thousand feet apparent need for torn a project' in event oil In commercial quantity .' the District Engineer Corps of Cn-

a route which would bring up where the snow line begins and which will bring sports fishermen is discovered during the test drill 'I pincers, P. O. Box: 4974, Jackson
us to their homes just in time fora the timber ends. We allowed five to Clewiston and Moore Haven from ville. Fla.. in time tp be receded

free meal or a free bed and your or ten minute there for oar frayed allover, and also due to the unprecedented PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS i i on or before July 21, 1947.

be surprised bow much money :you'll nerves to get adjusted, our teeth to i approval in general b:) I
save through such planning especially -
stop chattering (not from cold) and everyone Involved. With everybody
at the present time when prices our knees to stop shaking before enthused and cooperating to the

are soaring about in the upper continuing the climb. From thereon I utmost the contest is certain to be COMPLETEReUpholstering

stratosphere (A few people hare there was nothing but blue sky, the biggest and best ever held
viewed them and reported them nbefog s hereabouts and ReConditioningof
snow and rocks and when we rounded
saucer-shaped. a torn there was nothing ahead I I The prizes suggested so far show
When we left home a month ago but blue sky-not even the top of, ingenuity and imagination There Furniture
It was with the motto of the
western a pine tree as assurance that we, are plans for two sets of prizes, one
pioneers in the back of ourrainds. wouldn't have but fifty or sixty feet I I for strictly artificial bait stingers, SLIP COVERS TAILORED TO FIT

"Pike's Peak or Bast." We to fall if we went off. We caught and one for the homegrown garden
reached the peak, went as far i it Mrs. F. E. Chalker Owner
up up with another car and as we variety of cane pole fishermen. There ,
as snow and tee would permit us neared one of the bends it suddenlystopped are prizes in each: class for "th e
to drive and returned home bust >d. I in front of us, the man'swife longest bass, regardless of weight'the L. C. Miller, Assistant

There may be a few of yon we having gotten so scared she let "heaviest string of eight bassrE'gardlt'tls '
haven't told I MILLER'S RKMDKNCK su E. OSCBOLA
yet about that Pike'sPeak
loose with several bloodcurdlingscreams. of length tae long as it'i
trip so whether you're Interested We tried to pass (on the Jt'galtt and a large number ot otheiclassifications. ar

or not, well review the expedition. inside track) slipped Into a shallow .

ditch full of snow and the wheels There is one rule which the Bystander .
Arriving in Colorado Springs late started spinning and the motor (afI will endeavor to have in .

in the afternoon we immediatelymade I flicted with its first vapor-lock) eluded in the list! which apparent)
known our intention to drive[ died and refused to start. At that has not occurred to anyone else

up the Peak the following day.j point our knees really did start ache t. It's no fair to catch bass now anc

Looking at the mountain from t i lug up and we were deeply ap- chain them out in the lake 01]r
wide and beautiful streets of that I preciative of the help that soon streams against the opening of th<
city the mountain didn't look too I I. came our way from several cars on contest. Any scoundrel caught doing FLAMiNGO[ O

such a thing will be II1mmonE'Cbefort" ,
a board of sportsmen an<

have his fishing-rod broken, hi:!
JOHN H. MALOY, JR. license suspended, and be shorn

Federal Tax IMBLIC CCOI >T >T any chance of entering the contest
Consultant
I >OT UY run.ic All kidding aside, though. folks I DAIRY fEED ,
INCOME TAX: this! contest looks like the making: ,
OCIAl SKCt HIT1'-\\ ITHIIOLDI\ of something good for the
f'EfiTI'''T.n I":("1..""*TIOAMI > ; city anc
OTIIER FEDERAL T.1tEn the section. With big-mouth basi

At Judge Couse's hitting the way they have been th Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
Office past month and with bass-logs run

July 25th and 26thon'I Ding as high aDd heavy as the T Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
have in the past few week it certainly
('.: and RESIDEXCK .No. I Ka: .4 (' looks like
ntt'r a highly enjoyable
FOR
SALE IX THIS AREA AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IX
Jl>T OFF I
('IItcLE-.ERitISG I month for
FLORID sportsmen who come hereto MOORE HAVEXVVOBURN
Formerly Internal Revenue Officer fish.

Ten Years-Florida TerritoryNOTH : The BYSTANDER CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

Do You Wanna Make MOORE HAVEN, FLORID
: 'K ,
OK Pintle '
nanlu
\ ( II0OI "IH.KT
Pursuant to the eknr I A Hundred Dollars?
pro\i of S.xtn
.. >n 23712:. Florida
Statutes,
Mended
by Section I of 141
fhapt. .
a.tke is 2.AU. taws of Florida Act..
of
hereby given that a 1S45
publi. I
Beard of P.blte Instruction of (,ladee iuntt.hearing, ahull be heM by the County -= :- ::.-7 _
gMt A. D. 1W7. at the hour of ten o'clock A M.Florida in the, on tire and day of Au- Anybod want to make a hundred
ream O'w the Court House.fintb Moore Haven, Florida, for County Board' meeting dollars easy? Well here's one
the rtttlen ( bt.Ph'l vt di -
Cotint the ;::
County for the fiscal year, July proposed ol ajd way to make ft. Just go out aad ANNOUNCEMENTt {
l. 1147.
walsb. budget la sumsaarised nnf'.fo aad ending J_n* 11, 154 1.
a *: catch a rattle-raake that's sighfeet "t .
r
...IHa1T FOR MI-PIUIT .%MI NSI\TR\1\ce: W *( lMHx long or over. Be gentle with -: : : : :+:-: : : : : :-:+x---....) J!

A. Balance on Hand Reining of Year: t. : __. I f Mai, however, sad be careful not
... \VING
County .. ",!'t'i." J.. IIK.MOPI-n.LI-l ISKDKOOR\TED: : AND '
... *n.,": 1. District Fullds. ...: $17if&; Oft. to knock: aay of his scales off. Not :.''d
AIIIkI. S f
: I. State and Federal .\I IEI1F.V.. MODERN: .: n\T-Wp.
3 District TauI' Ili-th...; 2. Connt) oaly mast he be alive, but also la Ql'II' a
W' 18-
7itw, Total, *$5,5$7.16. < ; Other Soup 1 1.1 first class condition. Otto Whid xow OFFKK THE: rinucIce
e. ae
Prepe..d Expendttores' :
pertat 111.141.00; 3. (sSSSaSr'"' asut .teHlUr.irr den, of Lakeport is offering OBhaadred :
Cream
I Other Eapt flee, and ; : dollars ia cash for him -Sodas-Milk Shakes and ]

MH I>I..THKT INTKHRST "M, .1\hl\R< H Nothing la saW of the condition ol
Bx
t A... ""ifS6" ""I R-nr Beginning of Tear Sic.Miaa. the person who catches the rattler Ice Cream To Take Home .'js

Co sssfagas.Ts&5xa Other Sources. I NoDt' however. And mo reward is beta ::;;
: ;; z. Interest, ,&"-?. ,. offered to any rattlers for catching ADDITION TO OUR n.1.l'l.-\R FJlTrnns:3::
n. A5lclpated Rorr\p and Italanrc at End .
of Year. $n.4Mt. a saaa.Whiddea.
ntDt.HT F 011 DISriUCT 1WNII tON rRI (:TIO\ F'\ 'U"-\O\l) who been bitten by all GOOD FOODS AND BEVERAGES 7

Ml IM..rr KOH "'.CHOoL RI iIIr1\el ."MJ Illa Rf>F| >.f ,FCD.A' .. sorts ft eaak*., dart** a long andweefal ';
.
"Ira5ilit1.7.1K -To ..pare Your Meal Bxactly A!* .-_:

R .. *"* liter*iPb 1. County Funds. g None M the average person gets BIOaaaito You Like Them Hot J
; 2. District...., p,- bittern, says there's very little -

C } Suster pcndtturea *. County Funds- 1 5_: J. Diatriat,.....i.. ......... Tae last time a rattler EXPERIENCED; COfRTEOtN W.\lTltE""SJS-To Anticipate :-f

IV ns'hinrns and R..$5,115M End of Tear: 1. Couty Pd. 2.1.erlet Mt him, he went OB and ftaisaedeatchiag Your Furry Nerd and Make Each Meal A Pl"; nre
-. Fund.. i Neae;
the snake and then, at hfe E
'!lie mifege to be levied 00 the IN7 i. )0-...>< : : ..
aatemme. : > OO----
"
II11aty reeeatta for t"I.... the .. .rob,ear to peaeee te- I earliest eonveateaee. drove to Moore : : : : : : : < < .
L County Support and laaiateMaceFaadT ate: Haven "for medical treatment." It

I.1 District District
4. BCfceoi UMc. 4t Rub Reserve iCossnlste I( snake-bite VM received until Dr. CafeUHERE :1
I
eetaila of each seperate nart of the subset budget ---.rill- Draagha started work on Whiddem's -
ed sheet aeeeUe_ and are available for public tsMeeUoaati
f CIeDO M40r.t of &hools at the Cart Of'. of arm, which moss swollen halfway -
tptyte :'i I. Moore Uses "
t all =.. ...t-=n od ia formaattioo .....Ue ........ t tleer witb to the ettanr although. the fast MOT OF MOORE HAVEX tlUS"i

JLM latertsted persons are cordially invited to .arlfafciii. i. arks were cu his kaaekl OPKX 3 .\. 31. TO 2 A. M.Chicken .
Me fciarbiir sad to discuss the aesnol program and _%LtffrrtH% TalinV tide pub- Dr. Dra gfcn worked for Iou aad
f.
t .
t the eft J a aartr hours before WhftMeawas
:;
;; .
Dinner
PUBLic ntf91t9G170N OF OL.\DD CoQlfl .
1'tUDA _
pranAWBted oaf f due Ordtaary -
Jl A. .. .
I I .. JI! ., f
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Ale meet w.aM bae given up :
\i. I; .. sake.. atea4/ng as a mean of mak :
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JL118, 1947
GLADES
COU.VTT DEMOCRAT FAGS P11I a
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..;. " , II " ;: KEREK.UK HOLD
KtttlLARMKET1NG Moore
Haven.
I Charles Garrison Bill Moore, C. M.
1 TfKMHY: MiHT Tie johnsen Urine, which numbered Giddens and Andy Bryan took 14

8 ban weighed in at tI bass and Albert Stewart, Charles
The Rebekah lodge held a regular ponad and eight ounces turned
: Christian sad Frank Coi also ran
II f 'PERSONAL and SOCIETY i I meeting oa Tuesday night of last te by George Faaa of St. Peters Continued on Page S)
week after which Mrs. C. C. burg. Charles White Med car

Klutts aDd Mrs J. C. Swiadall were dealer of Tampa and a companion
I FOR >.\LB l ,
hostesses at a bingo party brought te a string of K big-mouth 3i Standard Cher

y. . --.-J1.-----r- ""muo."" "'o"Y'Y'YY". . I II Home-made cookies and coN baas which weighed te the aggregate rolet Coupe Pr d ......blE. ::;
drink were served to Mn Minnie JO fonr H. Boyle. Coarthoasa )loorHave&
pounds
ounces
Mrs L.
D.
and Carr Mis
Bad children | Joan EthertoB of .
Savannah.
i Wilson. Mn Elisabeth t,,
Mrs.
Detels. Several of Whites string touched
were in Miami UM Thursday. Ga., arrived the first of the i ..
Lacy Mailer, Mn Anna Belle Jenkins 8 pounds, with aot"iqr four
week
for a visit with her sr.DeI-l
Arthur Barron was a visitor 3aa other. Mn H. EthortoaKateh : i Mn Elsie Jordan Mm lies and a half pounds on the string. l'OILt:Large saaaiy. Cowb',
day te Lake Won Bowdesla@ll. Mn. Lillian Cram White's catch was taken in the la e.GrUrIa' .
Paata. brae denim and khaki --
I Mn. Rebecca Dapree. Mn Nancy camp reported a tere
Fisher SOB of Mr. sad Mn.' SIaM 3* to U. United State Sugar
Ball Mn. Georgia Williagham.Mn. number of fishermen with
Misses Margie Cram sad Wand* A. W. Fisher of Tajaaa sad to..1 Sunday ; Corporation Harlem aad Towusi-
Britt Wetherington. Mn Ida tow
number catches but weigbu!
Howdesfaell returned Sunday front .r reaideata, spelt Prissy Stores te Clew atoa.
a week at Port .yam Beach. aDd Mrs L M. UBy.Mrs. ; Hawe. Mn Motile Settle. Mrs. Amy keeping up around the foar aad five
Lundy. Mrs Jlenle Van De Velde. pound mark. Four different par-I'
: ---- ties came te with only six baas to .'0+: \LK-Foar roam house ju-t
BiU Massey and .
Jimmy DM Wilson E.
-t C. Byrd and Carol retained .o% .\RalTJrt, the boat. Saturday bat Saaday I. out side city limits of Ft. My--
were at Fort Myers Beach ea Sunday from Crystal River I .
..
the boat average weat one higherAt I oa acre of ground. Flowing
Saturday where
they spent a month with her
Lad fruit trees. Boa 30. ClewistuuNews.
Mr. and Mn M G. Atchley of
father. the Sportsman tamp ea Sa-
Willard. Mo.. formerly of Lakeport XX
Robert Moore of Bradeatoa ami garland Highway, catches of bass I
Brown Waller of Tampa spent the Mr ad Mrs. T. W. Weeks. Mr. announce the birth of a son Dana were small, bat .....sit takes ..ereTeI"J
Woodburn who arrived at a Springfield FOIl t1Li;-fve-room/ house, wrh
week-end here Tiattlac trleai. tad .... I. E. Scott sad Miss Irene heavy. Charles Williams returned
l.ti-fital on Jill) *> or without furniture. Mrs. L M
Scott from a
returned Saaaay Bight from i cane-pole expedition
Mn. T. F. Sheridan aad Cheryl a tea-day vacation te the mountains I ---- - with a cuing of bream and snellcracken Lilly Box 212. Moore Saves flor-

peat the week.. with Mr.Sheridaa of North Carol.... Baptist Vacation 12 feet long oa Sunday ida. tic
la Lakeland Monday Wmtems caae.. with
Bible School To
B. C. Taylor was called to Lakeland another large catch which draped W.YtIT1ro: welden to go to

K. J. Baumgnrdaer and daactur. this morning by the serious Close Here Tonight i from ODe headlight across the fend work at once Shawnee Farm?,
Karen. are saemttec a week ortwo Utaoas of his ..... Mn. D. O. er and hood to the opposite headlight Phone 15-J -tc
at their former Mole te Ohio. Taylor, who offered a stroke at of his car.
her hone there yeatorday. The Vacation Bible School of the Bill Dyesa ran his usual string

Mr. sad Mn. J. 8. Aly are spendtec First Baptist Church will close to- of bass, with tour te the four to

a vacation te tile mountains of Mr. and Mn. Carr Settle, Sae day. Commencement exercises will fire pound class. A party of four
North Georgia. ant Sandra retaraed Saaday after- he held te the charch tonight at r Mark R. Tennant

aooa from a foar-weeks vacattoa eight 0' 1ock. !Aft....
Ural sad Baby .... are saeadtec trip to Oklahoma sad other west- All the parents sad friends of the K1HVT MKTHODIVT OlliiCH I

a vocation with relatives ls.QtrtalJ era states.Mrs. children are urged to be present Real Estate Broker

for every child will participate Ie'' Church SrIaool-11tt. GLADES COUNTY LANDS

L. A. Matoy returned last the program Each department will Regular Worship-11:...
Mr. sod Mn. W. L. Bellamy were Friday from a three-weoks! vacation 'give a demonstration of some of There is a t'OnIial.kome for 6O7 Congress Bldg. Miami FU.

oaaaess visitors Toe***/ to Fart trip to Houston 'I'..... Her mother I the things they have learned and all There is a class in the Church

Myer,. Mrs. Alta Jordan remained, the note books aid hand work will School for every are

Ia Hoastoa with relatives for a be oa display

H. L RohteaoB te taoadte thf longer vtett.Warrant I The school has bees enjoyed by

weak oa vaeattoa te the mountains -- pupils and faculty alike The average -
I
at WayaeavlBe. N. C. Officer.sad Mn Kind attendance for the ten days
I DID YOU
KNOW? ? ?
Hoe arrived t1trda r from Call-; ha been sixtyfine.Carr's .
1:. P. Ewtec art Keith and Mr*. toraia lor a two w.*' leave with

Barry Foet
boelaese Monday.Mt. W/O Hoe will be stationed in the I

sad Mr*. Ward Roberts and future at JaekcoavflM. I Open Laundry In That DOWD'S STORE has changed hands? i

caning were react Ttefcora inK New Building Soon :
Mr. sad Mn Close Rollins aDd II That
Wt. children of ladlantowa visited Sat- hereafter it will be known as

%rdar with Mr sad Mrs A. O The building under construction
Mr. son Mn. L. J. PH* of Ctew- HowdaeU ea roate to Arkansas for some time \>\ L. D. Carr for use
.... visited relatives here Msmday on vacation. The children remataod as a self-service laundry is aeariag 1 JOHN DOWD'S STOREThat :

1ItJd. here with Mn. Howdeahell dar completion and )(n. Carr who will I i

operate the bnsine say that .
tag their parents' absence.Mr.
a. T. Ahem toft ...., Bight I hopes to have the new b......I we would like to have you drop in ;

far Freak-fort, Kansas, for a visit operating within a couple of w..k.I
and Mn Ray Yoder and Mis I
will ate moth**. and ? I
Wanda Yoder. accompanied by Two wrtnger-tpe washers will be see us

Mn. Voder's 11116H..M.. Maid Alteon -I installed and one automatic and
MrnTnTj.:
M* tad Bowyer sad
>>n. Carr plans also to do some
of L.11..114.ft the first of;
Nt here Vfefio* te West Pala MH week for aa aMended vacation regular laundry work such a* damp JOHN and JEAN DOWDClearance
.... on Tueoday of -feat ,... wash and flat work fiatshiag.
trip to CaHfomU and ap the Pa-

eitV Coast They plan to be away
Mr. aad Mr*. Wtlhar Stoke of
for wriest W..II.I.ao Roy Lundy OpensI
Fayetteviae. N. C.. are here for a
;
o vMt with her ,.,...t.. Mr. aad Mrs.C. New Electric And r O t D D D D D DOl D Q :---0; D DOt 0 aDD DOC ODD 0 0 D D D
R. V srsadoe. Donald Laady who ha been I
pending the simmer in Chicagoat
Plumbing
Shop
Mr. sad Mrs. Roger Weeks aad aa electrical school finished his I I Sale t

bib daughter Kit Jut Friday te course and retarned home on Monday I
I Donald Lundy wbo completed -
I Roy
ff>*al a two-weeks vacation toieaoheta of this week Richard Bran-
BMth Del. Ban and Kenneth Faraam. who accompanied a course in electrical work I ofHARDWARE f
him to Chicago will re-I IB Chicago last week announces thisweek

Mr. sad Mn. D. C. Gorau retaned -, mate there to take aa additional!I I the opening of so electrical in the ITEMS
r..r.Dd plumbing shop
test week from a vacation I course in radio work. I
r I
building recently erected by ate
teid .. potato In North Carottea nd
father P. K Lundy oa Avenue 3at
t Vhrgtaia.Goarte. I Friends here will be pleased to I Second Street. His father will Hundreds of items now on sale at radically
learn that Mn. Daisy Yoder. who
Iii
associated with him te the reduced prices
Skinner aid Richard Yow. was stricken with a cerebral hemerrage -
,1, at her horn te Went Palm baslaeos.This .
" of the U. S. Nary. Washington
modern concrete block Most of the smaller items have been
D. C.. are visttiag friends here for Beach last wool and removed to a building has adequate living anarten placedon

a few day white .. leave.Mr. hospital has Mtffeteatly recovered on the second floor which the tables in our store where they
to retain homo bat will be confined
Laady pUB to occupy soon Sufrfeteat -
sad Mrs. Art TiHery and to her bed for at least two months to provided oa the may be inspected
space
eaflirea of Oak: Crek. Colo., plan i I Her daughters Mn. K. J. Banm-

to leave for their home Sio4aj r I'I jrardner aad Mrs. Cecile Brooks were' aad ground electrical floor for supplies stocking: and plumbing aeee.- ,'l Come in today and take advantage of

after a cos pie of weeks visit rill with her for several days. f nary shop work. : these bargainsParkinson's

Mr*. Tlllery's pareat Mr. sad Mr
-- --
David Shaw. PATRONIZE Ol'R ADVERTISE" I
Norton To Open
n ____ -
[ I Service Station i

...
i Here On Monday t

I t "The Complete Store"Y'
; FOR. . 1\.
In ."t ;,innounc''>nt this week <-:......."-<------x--+{ : : :-:..-..: : : --:--: : : ---ooM- )
I W i? %orion. Jr.. says be wiJ! open 1I I

Motor Winding his service station next Monday in -' -".
r the new and attractive building h- .'J/--! -- :. : f
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has erected OB the highway at ?*<

Plumbing Supplies und Street. i
; ,. I \U\11: .mool\ \tt: rots
:
The bvUding; is designed for u :

Refrigeration Service, I as the a garage gage will and DOt service be immediate station but it .O J .'!.II"'I:1 ,'.11111 iI.'Otlli. i

put into operattoa. Mr. Nortoa says : :
j Electrical Wiring & Repairs because of the difficulty of obtaining i
.
I : equipment Gulf Oil product I 'Jpe the aallp wd Jq4 lit pol""+ol y aawo no "utt io d if

Ii, will be sold by the aew ...... tsoi
awe 118 ton
iv-a)} I J4 ft tMHa .a.lnl1J M Pon UJ into 1 t
come tot This new hastiest building is a

two-unit width Quill <
t buildine *i\tv by eight feet and to f)MM I1OU JO 4

faced with concrete block which x passaiesar. +1) .upua '**.voj. I'tMCi M y M a +J "I.L :
I Lundy's Plumbing 11ah en finished attractively ta

"hit sturio It .U1dwoJ: 3113I3 U3ABLJFKID.'Y. JoolAJ ataisse iIi
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and Electric ShopR. I Bass Fishing ..'ml sN .100 Ila Swan Yaffe +1 oN""" tell i


Continues To Be I Iv :

I D. LUNDY, Manager i Good In Lake Ia t<0dn -

PS! 1iuOJl\ SI PV 5RLLMou .
'
I l'a.s fishing is the area coif t
; :
t Now Open In Our New Building i tinned good over the past weekend c

I with several lajjord-breakia* "' aM IsaA. i

Avenue J at 2nd Street I catches reported. A aWalt string tIi
reported at the BID lapnwon camp
this week was bust.a by on* which Ii :t

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FAIR OUTLOOK: "3 WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS 1



t: Corn As July Prospect entered the Midwest's Plowing up West May Bring Dust; !

agricultural scene with a gush of

warm air and sunshine, prospects Truman Signs Scores Rent Bill
appeared reasonably good for a ; Decorate a lamp shade with I Keep an old thermos bottle sock

falr-slied crop of corn in Minnesota snapshots of last summer's vacation in a drawer in the kitchen. Push
and South Dakota this year. I Discord Marks Paris Conference spots and then cover the shade thumbtacks into the cork and

However, In those states, as in the with cellophane. they'll always be handy when you
of _____-____ Released by Western Newspaper Union.. -.- need them. x
. rest the corn belt a long period
l EDITOR'S NOTE Wan art tx'rtui IB laeee t.I.au, taey an 1a.'. t .
When sleeve tears at the -
of favorable weather conditions Is We.t.ra Newspsper L'ain': ::: a.alrsb sad ... .neurey .f tab .ewq 1.r.1 a underarm
most essential The frequent, heavy rip the seam a little way Use a paper napkin with a little

rams dust stop in order that saturated so that a square overcast patch kerosene oil on it to clean sink and

fields can return to normal. can be set in. Snip the seam of lavatory. It removes stains sal

Planted acreage of corn In Minnesota the garment above the patch so grease rapidly.the .
sleeve will not draw. -.-
and South Dakota is about
-.- Torn be cut d.
towels
wn
to that of may
equal last year, but heavy
losses have been incurred as a result Do not hang large rugs over a to guest size. If the towel is small

of excessive rain. Most observers line. This bends the fibers at a applique amusing designs for a

agree that while the growing sharp angle and strains them while patch. Make interesting figures

corn crop is two to three weeks behind they are forced to carry the weight such as a bar of soap or small

list year it still has time to of the entire rug. hands.

stage i comeback, given favorable
weather. NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS

Such a shortened growing per,-d,
however may result in rcduc d
yields Also growers in the two 'Show Piece' Doilies to Crochet

states are report*<*.to have turned,

in the past year, to planting corn Offering Youthful Peasant Blouse
requiring a shorter growing period

than formerly. Therefore, while the

corn may mature relatively earlier TWO-DOLLAR WHEAT
than formerly, it will do so at the

exper!'e of a smaller yield an acre.

TREMOR : 'I Return of Dust Bowl Is FearedThinking


St. Louis RocksIt I men-experienced ranchers, grain men and bankers

in the West-are looking worriedly ahead to a revival of the dreaded t q
began with I {
a low-pitched, sub
terranean dust bowl because transient farmers are plowing up thousandsof
growl. The earth trem
bled gently for about 11 seconds; I' acres virgin range to plant wheat which will bring them two

sidewalks cracked; here and there I, dollars a bushel.

a chimney toppled: in hundreds of ht
i e
Under the stimulus of the two
homes
dishes slid from shelves and
I dollar wheat, buffalo grass is being 1 ,
pitched to the floor. Then, with a I DISCORD
:
turned over at an unprecedentedrate !
i sharp bump, It was over. U
I and the prediction is that ))7
Paris
Clash
5t Louis
already partially flooded when it quits raining the dust bowl

and imperilled further by the I will stage a savage comeback. Latest attempt to bring the oppos-

ominous MIsssslppl cresting at i ing areas of the world into closer
The West again has become a
19.18 feet had experienced Its B.
first
I paradise for speculators who are harmony by means of an international =
earthquake since 1939 and of
one ; conference has resulted, as
land for $15 to $25 an
buying up .
the worst In the city's history.No I have 1e
acre and planting it in wheat. One all the others in a complete,

deaths or injuries were good crop will pay for the land and discordant, unharmonious cacophony. -
ported as a result of the .
re-I leave them a good profit besides.
which was felt for a radius of Suitable primarily for grazing, the It was the Paris conference of

miles around St Louis. land normally is priced at from $2 British French and Russian repre ., fur's ,

Although they received a miner to $10 an acre."Suitcase sentatives on Secretary of State

shaking up the levees holding back farmers" roll in with Marshall's save Europe proposal

the worst Mississippi river flood In their tractors, plows and drills, put

103 years remained undamaged aod in a wheat crop and then leave untilit MARSHALL ANGERED

intact. is time to harvest the grain. No
Angered at Soviet criticism of
to check the inevitable
one stays
SUNK: his European recovery plan,
wind erosion. Secretary of State George Mar-
The current work food shortage ) ,
Sea Pon'cr
shall rejected as a "malicious $5q k: ---Iut 1
for
offers some Justification expanding I %
Striking members of CIO I distortion of the truth" the Russian .t
ship- the wheat crop, but it would be
yard unions along the Atlantic and difficult to maintain that rational claim that American offersto I Puffed Sleeve Blouse :

Gulf coasts have dealt a disastrous I outlook if resulting dust storms help put Europe on Its feet II A PET style for juniors is this '

blow to America's position as a I caused a recurrence of the mass are Inspired by Imperialist mo- I pretty puffed sfeeW blouse,

maritime power, it has been i ruin and exodus from the dust bawl tires. lie drew a stinging comparison I It's so easy to cut and sew, too

charged by Representative Weichel, of the 1930s. between United States'efforts I Coiorful embroidered Sowers are' ,
chairman of the house maritime for world aid and Soviet designed: to give you a romantic: j jook.
committee. : RElBILL: aggrandizement in Europe. i 5711 ] a
.
Weichel asserted that the strike a 1

will discourage and delay indefi- Lesser Evil which went on the rocks this time, I T> obtain. tissue pattern teMttaf in a
simctions flower color
design. chart tot
nitely new ship construction and I Acidly pointing out to congress. deepening the rift between Russia Blue Ribbon Doily embroidering the Peasant BBMM Pat -1 1lem
further will have the immediate effect I that be was only choosing 'theletlHl' and the western powers. So 5UH: ..MM! IX 14.am IIIIJaded. 1
some'
of halting work on K ships j of two evils," President Truman Conflict arose over two main issues IF YOU'RE. looking for s 'ttts o> : $ e, aWnsaald j jD..n
which either into law extension of restful i ick up work after spring
are being repaired or I signed an *. j
JhrtuaHy large demand and
.converted for first-class service modified rent controls until March 1. Soviet Foreign Minister V. cleaning crochet one of these lovej j I current condatoMk* aJkjhtfy aw bait ta !
The 1, 1948. M. Molotov ly doilies. The big Blue Ribbon : required in AlBa orders for a few af" th* 3
strikers 120,000 of them, opposed any plan
,I doily measures 21 inches, the PanI I mostpopular.twns.
vcre demanding a 13-cent hourly lie charged that a basic weaknessof by which the great powers
sy doily has one and one-half inch Send your' order to: j
wage increase six paid holidays the act was the controversial provision could Impose an economic program crocheted shaded lavender
pansies in I
and a three-week paid vacation. I permitting voluntary agreements on the smaller nations of
I and purple thread. It is 13H sEwING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK 1
landlords and ten- Europe, while British Foreign
between inches S3* South Wens St. Caftag f. SL
Just Friends ants to 15 per cent rent increases if Secretary Ernest Bevin, backed j across.. I Enclose 28 teats for Fatten. it J
the landlord gives a lease running by French Foreign Minister I II No
I To obtain complete crocheting instrac Jj
through 1948. Georges Bldault. wanted to I torn for tile Btae Rattan Doily Pattern Name
"This is voluntary only so far as draft a broad scheme for reconstruction I No. SOU and ON Pans Doily Pattern I IN. Addre _
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of all S711 29 rants in coin for each
the landlord is concerned. Many 'Europe.
addrcii and
I pattern jravr saw pattern I II
9 tenants. however, will feel that 2. Molotov placed his entire ..... -
there .3 no choice," Mr. Truman emphasis on the American aid I -- -

said aspect of the :Marshall plan, but I
In a stinging, 2,500-word messageto Britain and France primarily I Ancient Dads Gave Bride I Ii r e -

congress, the President called for stressed a self-help program for Away'; Best Man' There t
an investigation of the "real estate Europe. i :

lobby"' which he said had pushedthe
Result is that Great Britain and
I; Our present-day wedding tradi
boil through. He attacked the
France will ahead with-
real state lobby as "this selfish out Russia probably on a western go Europear lion is a curious blend of new fashions sweiw

old manners, ., r
and shortsighted group" permitted four-year reconstruction programof quaint survivals

'by its brazen operations to block self-help, at the same time hop and superstitious beliefs
programs so essential to the needsof ing for American credits and sup. There are writers who stoutly
our citizens." plies. maintain that our wedding service TO SOOTHERASH
ITCH
Under the extended law Mr. Truman possesses traces of the violence

said, million would be faced STATEHOOD: employed in the primitive cap OR rnrcR

with substantial rent increases. ture of brides The best man rep foek1tR soothing and com
49th Star resents the warrior who ran interference OINTMENT with
WORLD ARMY Its wholesome antiseptics and nature
: for his friend while the'
The Territory of Hawaii got Oft aiding medication.Nothing else!
latter dragged off his bride-to-be : like it-nothing so comforting
Figures Given another hurdle in its campaign ta whom he had smacked unconsc.ous pleasant for externally caused Un
gain admittance to the union as the trouble 35c Get a packs today.
'
Members of the United Nations ; (to avoid any ugly wrangling
Ills Excellency, the Most Reverend 49th state when the U. S. house Of
council regarded a that would mar the begin-
security as
Dr. Mar Ivanious, archbishop representatives voted 196 to 133 ia
advance tentative ning of their new life together). :
heartening a recommendation -
of Trivandrum. India, enjoys favor of adding the Hawaiian
the staff Presence of the bride's father that makes folks
I by military I is NE11'S
with Claude
visit baby islands as another star in the flag
of the prolific Dionne committee on numerical strength ofa a memorial ol the sire. who outdistanced sleep all night!
youngest I world police force. I Senate action on the measure during and out-numbered, was n-.ta.._ ___
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family which also includes quin- this session of congress appears forced U>4 n*..tint eb.rb" .tMHt ..a .....811M..M'te
tuplets. The two met in Ottawa, The group stated provisionally to "give the bride away" m* a. Aa. HM.' .TO*,,.,, .* *.
: that the security council should unlikely, however. The statehoodbill Women of ancient Rome preferred 1. Let's bopeco'Tk l'.>a.o.dtm.F.I.v
Canada. approved by the house was sub- voaLr ails) ataa 24 kotn. feat*afadHa. -
have a basic force of 3.800 warplanes to marry HI June the drr omtat...,....p..ahst sad Faler PUb e.
I 20 divisions of ground mitted by Delegate Joseph F. Far. month which belonged to Juno pae.t 504,7 Pub-nlttJ. wean 2s
BUYING POWER: bows or D+OLBD E
troops three battleships and six rington (Rep., Hawaii). It would enable goddess of marriage, patroness ofwatnea. M.....24.S. __ c.Faigylas saw BACK dIOYEYIBACS' -_
Sharp Decline aircraft carriers to enforce world the people of Hawaii to draft a 1 i 'r DO L& roV'a
peace. constitution and form a state government -
time in ------
For the first many -- ----- -- -- --
Hewing' to the line Soviet members
months, a marked decrease in con- of the military staff committee If the bill is approved by the sen

sumer purchasing power has be- declined to make any suggestions, ate and signed into law by the President -
come evident it was revealed in a the of Hawaii then
holding to their contention that the people
monthly survey of "real income" security council must agree on gen- I must elect delegates to a conventionto Still Available

S made by Investors Syndicate, an eral principles for the police force draft a state constitution which

investment company. before dealing with actual numbersof I, subsequently must be ratified by the
Although the income of the average troops, planes and ships. .people and approved by the President And Still Best

family at the present time is The U. S. delegation headed by I

$118 dollar earned a year Gen. Joseph T. McNarney. as wellas Another election then would be
prices
ago have gone up to Si.23 for the delegations of France and held to select a governor and other

every dollar in the early summer of Great Britain submitted their ideasin state officials, two senators and two
,iI946 Thus the "real income" indexis a report to the council. Official house members in congress. After U. S. SAVINGS BONDS

reduced to 96 cents. "Real in- Soviet attitude was that the esti- that process Is completed the state

come" is the relation of income to mates were unofficial thus having would be admitted to the union by

jiving costs. no sigsificance. presidential proclamation.




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jcthith,9 9 S r.
QTfIUl ,,
H Ii7E .1 NEwsF .

Not so mar \ear- ago. George .
Bernard Sha.\ pok.ng fun at ai: ma'r'ppOPTEPJ

things American came out with BEHwiiir .,
s
acme unusual;}' caustic comments.A IVNQOR

number of newspapers rose to IN WASHINGTON -
the bait and howled in protest but 11 W
one editor held his fire until Mr mEN ?

Shaw paid his much publicizedvisit Man About Ttnmt
Miami. No Drastic Upheaval
to The Washington Ticker President ByPAULMLWH Capital StemWASHINGTON.
This editor's published
paper a WHATEVER censure or Tru .an r.as throat tr_-ble. SAFEKEEPING .
report of the arrival clMr -
lecgthy
depending Due to the f.ot, dusty Mix: trip His
-When of State Marshall
Secretary
George Bernard Shaw. Mrs.
upon the point of medico is giving h.rn gargle! rou- Our Bumper Crops Won'tFill
Shaw went to this dinner Mrs. view moved into the new state de-
Shaw attended that function Mrs. from passage of the Taft- tines-which irks him mere than Europe's NeedsWASHINGTON '! partment building formerly the

Shaw said this and Mrs. Shaw that Hartley labor bill, must be Taft Secretary Krug is to He be"fred" war department found next to

Then at the bottom of the long assumed by both parties. The via kid glove shoving. The American i his office a giant safe. The huge
will be told that if be wants to run
article was a casual after thought: measure was festered and pushed food supply and fcreign need have air-conditioned vault was designedto
"Mrs. Shaw was accompanied through both branches of congressby for president in 52-he should quit" created just about an insoluble situ- keep the nation's most secret

by her husband George Bernard the Republican party leadership now "and keep his record clean. ation. We are trying to put a peg in military plans. Marshall, a practi-
be offeredKrug's
LaFoDette will
Saw, a writer." and it was vetoed by the President.But an abyss. cal man who, unlike some other
Inner Orders
cabinet -
it was those same 20 southern post Our crop prospects are good people, believes the war is over
Democratic senators who have tell you thai ],(r. Truman but not anywhere near good figured there were plenty: of other

worked in the past as a coalition doesn't want Burton K. Wheeler in enough. Our wheat outlook is places to hide secrets. So if you
CLASSIFIED with the GOP senators who were his cabinet-so you see the news is bumper, but in a way it is all ; drop into Marshal's office at about
getting better. The big turnout sold. We will hate ample for I 2 p. m., you win find not war

DEPARTMENTMISCELLANEOUS in Washington for Wallace was be- ourselves and the rest will to i secrets in the huge safe, but a comfortable -
cause of not dpttetfce attack of to Europe. But ear carryover cot with the secretary of

the! American Anti-Communist as- from last year is one of the state spread out en it. Marshall believes
so:anon They did him a favor be-
in 28-minute immediately
smallest oa record. The aver- :: a nap
a.;-e the public is hop to the fact
are yearly holdover runs from |I after lunch. To this. Mrs.
l _t being anti-Red isn't enough. J Marshall attributes her husband's
Expert WATCHREPAIRING 150 to 300 million bushels
Y, jotta be pro-something besides whereas we have only a little i ability to remain relatively fresh

j : .=- bank acct. over 75 million so our normal j i despite the hectic war years.

bin is about half empty. I
APPEASING LABOR Republican -
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.U-AU M -Ga..c..4
By Up until a few weeks ago the'strictly On the i
other hand spring
s..l'i r pat.h.s.h s..ta t..rts.r our leaders are worried over their
r ii>.=_.% l -__t.4a- confidential" testimony planting of corn suffered dismal destruction '
that
N.MOOT vW._Hv*.__-4 y.ar_ hash-bosh alienation of labor-so much so
Oar= : :]:: and highly re- from the rain and cold. : they have trotted out one piece of
:
_;.., .. R rs the secret Pearl Harbor -
.c.Wrni' rauusu* f..sae ports on We had a late spring in the first legislation which no out ever expected
= iLLL rm. able to
L.e
MAKE8 pass c.easure .n :'e hearings were stored in the .
..Ti : .ruCiCTaa1ca: \._'.__'. senate place. Planting was delayed. Then to see at this cocgressiKial
WltWtefeuitt IwibkcmlMt. .... ,. over tte Pres.dents vt big etoset of the senate office
M. Outside of came the wet So we may net baTe j session die minimum wage act .
strikes
ELGIN TIMEMASTERS brclgttby &c __: building's room!
press
enough for ourselves and
corn For months Florida's Senator Pep-
.
a3s a.r-aaw. IUIII a.trworsa resentment of labor uracn .
---- there likely will be no cannot now look forward to sparing per and other New Dealers ba'ebeen
upheaval in
EXPOSURE ROLL and 2
Prints from eacr nffiat.vc developed Jdc Reprints Je. management labor relations icrseveral Capital SraiHtaft: The two men much for trope trying to boost the minimum
JllIAMII'OTO'tL who convinced the President to veto FOREIGN MEAT BUYERS wage from 40 to 60 cents an Ho.:r.
K.z 1M. D..L It MUKt B .tL ru. months to come. Many col-
lective bargaining sgreeneats have the labor bill were Clark Clifford There will be plenty of rice We But Republicans balked. Now
months to run before his able "ghost" and Gael Sullivan, > will ship much of that But a peculiar to appease labor and to win over
expiration.
Planning for the Future? When these agreements expire,
then will come tests of the law, bothas make sense. The next headlines : ply-aM-export, possibilities vague: tJoo Speaker Joe Martin and Sen.
Buy U.S.Savings Bonds! to its fairness justice and con wiD be the meat black market ; Foreign buyers have been contact- Bob Taft have dusted off the minimum -

st.rationality in the oxzrts. Employ racket-dealers who win be named 1 lag supply agents here quietly and wage bill and hope to ram it

ers instituted test waits of tte Wagner and indicted. The treasury depart have made future purchases. Their through congress at this session.

act early in IfK tad got a Swprtn ment has the rare list made up- ,i contracts are subject however, to I THE WRATH DEPARTMENT
ICE :e court opinion in H37. two and is Just waiting. For what discontinuance by the admiafeira- :I] Ire and indignation
years later. It may take longer oa Loy Henderson (described by Bart- tion of export controls. Only such I have blued around the White
ley Crum as "the daahling of the amounts as the government re-
th.s law
PIIROIEUM: 1EllY j House, thanks to ex-court: Jester
Arab league") is due for the state leases win go abroad. This foreign George Allen and ex-president-

St*. Harley Kilgort of Irish Virftau department ax this year. His the buying is ere: reason for the recent maker Jim Farley with their
sad ttt sew lbor Ltip rtntmlthm gent who responded to FDR's orders price increase cf beef. "kiss and tell" literature. President
of Rube Goldberg trioom 'ITtmtmbrr with "Roger" instead of "Wfl- Perk supply is short. We hada Truman was plenty

cue,"tai4 Stnator K3gert, co" (will cooperate) . Britain's heavy loss In spring pigs, steamed np over Allen's mac-
tn v bttb 4 trained tUfbtnl apse a most unpopular man over here caused both by weather and dis aztec epie on Twe Years With
bucket of vtttr, v.bttb ;. turn JitItnkeJ Ernest Bevin) is expected in 1 Midwestthe
sicara.1lmrC- M bunch of bJb..J tbtytn ( ease. Throughout the Truman. The man angriest at
tar. disturbed* bumtn being ubousi Washington in September. young pigs and sows died. Farley for his Roosevelt revelations -
Yodora slap in bJ.J list pertontiffin Furthermore the young sowsdid is Democratic press agent

riang put out m frt in let next On ... Sumny Side of she Street: not produce well. They emeritus, Charlie MicheUon.
bom Uow,,'". M tbttt cart.stgtrred Tiff West SUe Ml fUying staHullhi rare!, do. All in an then pig Charlie's characterization of
checks ftrltin Inn of fbytifl sad' the gotten nU miking onfbfnJctttkei supplies are going to be low. Farley is unprintable.
trrttin loan of bums conduct. a lf tJi4,-". ,ipetJnf hoses Fruits and vegetables win mostly
t Amendmuutt already ers being -/- sad t nlx. .Tenement ttitiurttrrtJeefing be plentiful, and in some lines we NEW PRESIDENTIAL VOICE-
perspirationodor fend in both tbs bo sad l-be senate ; *+ lore escapes woes the will have an excess supply. No Credit White House radio adviser J.
Y to the oust U*. fit Leonard Reinscb with the im-
tbrmm tits 90. Peatiee in chance of depression in these items big
j parks tUeping ... At grmti M slot" can be seen. Nor will there be any provement in President Truman's
Circumvent Act j'i lamg "Keep Of slut for pHUwL excesses in production of eggs radio voice.. After long and patient

One objective of the congress |{ mflk, poultry butter or cheese. Our study, Reinsch found that the trouble
ml T 1/Nif3T weir :onal reorganization act of 1H j j The State Door: Joan Crawfordsays batter end cheese reserves are ]OW. : with Mr. Truman's radio per
v a? to curb the number of ecu- i ( another legend about the talented NOT ENOUGH TO SPARESo sonality was that he talked too fast.

Made wit!)a fate ems Mae Yodora c'eT"a'! committees. It cut from !i star) spurned a 10-week theater you can see plainly this nationis Reinsch experimented with a num-
if idwfiy *oc( mf to normal stirs -1 1 '" 74 the DUt'l\b@rofstaDdiDg tour (at >130,000 per) because of not going to have enough to give ber ef gadgets, including a moving

No barib chemicals or irr.tatmg: ; .- .:;.' -'Vf: IT: house and senate. A I' her fear of audiences. Think Europe much unless! we start stint- tape before be clicked with the
salts Won't kano aim or cbthuiz.&ay c"-t survey...., however that you got troubles? Mike Sachs aburlescomic. ing ourselves Indeed the adminisI : present successful formula. Now
,
> ioft and creac'y. :.e er pots -'r-ad o: naming special commtt- is nearly band-sees I tration farm experts are getting :i Reinoch has Mr. Traman's speeches
Era+nF- t ,' !both branches have named 140nrrttee only shadowy images. Yet his spe- : ready to urge Mr. Truman to undertake typed: in large letters with only one
Yodora- ;- '- : So far oaty f&nr cialty is making folks laugh sentence to a page He also has convinced -
Try pe feel the wond f ul some kind of campaign to
deeeace'6.1L1 cmmfttees have been Phil Spitalny's all-girl crew (WIth- cut down American consumption' of Mr. Truman that no station
< J -n impwement over the out a manager or secretary) earned foodstuffs. He may wait until later would ever cut the President o3
t $1.1'11,000 m the past annum. the air ao matter how slow his
in the year when the crop prospects
;;' Famed novelist Sabatini's eyebrowsare are more definitely established. but speech and that he can take all the
here. Mr. Whiskers tune he wants. Result Mr. Truman
away up to : t
there is every indication bere that
j T r st->ry is taf4 that H1. filed a demand lor back taxes- the administration will embark oa now emphasizes every' phrase,
1 .:r Tailor .f liah the guitar totaling 10 mSSoa (Huh?) a national dieting campaign. speaks easily, rarely stumbles

-it- .- -ilng "Ifan'et" *f the sen- There's a west coast radio Bero- Now you frequently read that PRESIDE.'TULrIERXOOS

1 "e .efitMrd to sign the senate hardt who emotes under the name the exportation of American -President Truman was cartful to ,

r.t..r;;|11 j because be wM. have of Peach PItts. foodstuffs is what bat driven eat no ice cream in front of the
ar.r..r... .....+r.w or Veet required to make atSdarlt
i I i prices up. That is hardly true. photographers at this year's White i
th-i fce was not a member ofany Have a Shudder: The ....w- The wholesale price of farm House garden party for woundedwar

1 .rgan'zatiin! which ap.I tag classified advertisement appeared products has net gone up ranch, veterans. A year ago at the
prod striking against the gov- in the Albion, N. Y.. Advertiser at least not nearly as cinch as same annual event, photographers "
HOT-p! 1 ernment. The senate clerk finallT : "For Rent House the retail price in the stores. pictured the President smiling his

ruled Taylor would not 1 mile north east of Kent on the Retail prices are out of line be- mouth full of ice cream, while the
FLASH? ]I rave le sign the affidavit. Taylor Carr road. Enquire of Philip cause of the increased cost of nation's railroads halted in a para.
holds an A. F. of I.. card. Salamoni on Sunday or can Wa- labor particularly. The groceris lyzing strike. As the President
WoiBa te Tout ".0P."' DOM UII Zt96. Veterans do not
rnnrtlon "mlilrtit-.c.' period peculU terport adding in his labor bilL sympathetically shook hands with a
to womca OQM "cm to tuSu hot apply." We assume he fl hear Wholesale prices of bogs and long row of men on crutches and in

Lakes fMUcnT Berroua.Tt.L1ihstssis4.n do try Lyd wtax.tlrwl X.. Another Dilemma from plenty of them when they cattle are up only a little on the ,,wheelchairs labor was again irrtho:

nr.thara vccub:' Compound M When President Truman "reluc- : see it here. exchanges, although the prices headlines. Back of the President's
tot raT t&U. such purpoMtTakta umptoma.1 It* /.xotu :.arlv": signed the rent control biD '! of steaks and pork chops are oval study on the neat gray

r ul JlT--Pttktaic'B Compound which permits a 15 per best .lair Sounds te the Night: In Lmdy's"Young : up tremendously.The porch was a group of rocking
helps build up nclstaBM Mussolini popped up m price of wheat keeps rising chairs. The President likes to sit
saint viol cnwnWMA4lIl&.. crra--e m rents be was in tile same I ,
reported benefit Al.o very e !ectivtomaehl box ss he was in on OPA Iat.)8r Argentina where all Fascists seem bat it will probably settle back there and chat with relaxing guests.
tonic. WorthWi tryingtIWLAI at trio lame time. On both oeca.u to have the same Peroadeavous." later. Certainly the price of corn ,, It looked very pleasant around the

'IKI8.1I1'1l1 art::: 1 : '< the law was scheduled t* exp At Maestro Postal's: "What a f will firm and probably,grow higher i t, carefully groomed White House but
'IP on June 30. It was a case of heel If you gave bun your right ,f as a result of the weather situation. I: neither the President nor the country -
'' .' Prudent: takotf the :.aw before arm-he'd take it!" At Haosvo's ; Indeed if yon count the average of i: had found peace.
'- 14 23-- 47 :; .'r none at all. : "L. B. Mayer cold all his aH the commodities destined for I MARSHALL'SFACELIFT

nags to buy. o* tt. maiD one." your table this year, the price is not ING" When diplomats first
Almost a quarter center At ...... .: The Commies are likely to go down for the rest cf this called oa Secretary of State f"

When Your ago the name of Robert L, fight ig with ,heir backs to the I year and may. go. higher.. Marshall ia his new baildiag-f
Owen through the halts Wa aep." At the Sheraton: the
rang formerly war department- \
Back Hurts- ./ congress. From 197 t. "It's a ciacu fie British aren't the 1 i Why Is Europe Hungry? military morals stared dews ;

1-S5-a period of 18 jearsLe Pal m Palestine." At Yank 1 upon them. Gnas tanks, belching .
And Your Strength and was a member of the senate Sine She's a society pinkofectoul." ; You hear all sorts cf stories about artillery adorned the walls.

Energy fa Below Par from Oklahoma. Today.at i the European need for aid. Yet you Marshall BOW a balder ofi

tt Bar be ..... .7 wrdw ol Mdy 92. white haired blind but The First Nights: Here's whythere's :; seldom bear the questions askedi I i peace tried to get rid of the j

a. *f-M .sCTi salata.Ut praiu For tnItT po.o.oa.tat. ".anyp.oc spry and alert, be has perfected no bu like stew bat: Are most by congressmen among themselves murals but found the law was d
a ...! tmd. vwk ... ......... a global alphabet by in Wooerind" soared into the | (do you ask them of yours i 1! against him. He teal not alter
.
.e wb>4e s.tM..ha.ga ah.r _fail Ie a.ta.r t.a.e.InIa CMr which any language in the :| dick cUsstncatxm on the wags ef l self!): How much ef the need is I then without an act of is.- :

N world can be learned within critical raves. But one drama page : genuine? How much is sloth? gress. S. k. baa ordered rich
TMsaaas oar..live tau..el.aanlac.eM".. 4w. a few days.Congressman. revealed that its expenses are so : Crafty politics How much is due-to vies draperies knag over the

Zo.t t'.ttiE:.= h.aigttL. t let sad =;:-=:: high-tbe show's net pcoflt for one ::socialism How much help is '1 works of Man outside his own j
tloa vitk s *rctcetbw awl klaDr II ii- Clifford Hope cf I I eek was SI.:!! "Life With actually necessary? office. j
s!(. .that ovftalM L tToag van Kansas told the Dairymen's league Father" shattered all long run < There is no unequivocal answer. i ij + MISCELLANEOUS MEMOS )
U. hr.dl.e.
kid.ey.Tb.re
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tkeoU b*ae doubt tt.l,..." recently that farmer cooperatives marks. toppmg the record chalked 4 careful siftag of objective inside The interstate commerce commission -
tnuiamt to wtmr UM ..cIeci. L.. constitute the soundest approach to reports (not made for publicity
Road. The hit
has win raise
by "Tobacco j soon freight-car
DNa'. PX It la aetnr u niT w aM&fiM up
that Ua v.. tentrrra* t'e solution cf the farm problem ken riming long enough to rate ,, effect Eke the news reports), from I rates about $S per car a day. .

nwal.tkaa Ln't aoaMikiac has fern tn4 lea lararablrVaeva aad tnx4 The tax equably leagte. awl setae social security. Piccadilly'saisksgttatters Americans who have been over the Large business firms no larger I
away rw Ara ., aB drag ataraa.CK other business organfcatwes darttlmk are whooping that :| scene shows there is a mixed pee thick cf RFC financing, turn insteadto
u.... today.DOANS. so and are attempting to Broadway visitors are simply ripzmg. i| culiar. mparaCeled condition down the basks and insurance compa

put cooperatives out ef business 4Oklahoina." "Aaase" and !I deep within the needs cf Eurcce. + nies. Metropolitan Life just loaned ,

PILLS thr.gh various curbs and restrict Life With Father" have teen i Johss-MasriCe 25 mfllioQ dollars. '

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Insect Control ProgramIs John Dowd Buys Drilling For Oil To Start

Store Here From .I


Underway In County. Uncle, A. C. Dowd On Lake About Sept. 1 ;


R i John R Dowd baa completed a -

Ralph V. Wadlow Will (! deal for the purchase of the sundry
Tarpon Taken By store in the Gaatt building from his Four Convicts Well To Be Sunk On

Supervise SprayingOf Flanders On Fly I aade A. C. Dowd who started the Escape From I' Berm 8 Miles N. \V.
baataoas sad has operated it forth

DDT Solution Rod Down River past three years. Jfr will bt County CampThree Moore Haven

I I known in the future as the John

The of Glades Count* Dowd Store I
spraying
Fred A. Flanders and hd Le- Drilling for oil to expected d
hone sad tams with a DOT aota-; Since his retirement from U. S. j ot the four convicts who
:| S ear. while fishing in the Ca- get under way ia Lake Oksarautttoa
escaped from Ute
tioa in a mosquito and fly-control Army Air Corps aerrfce. in which l Citrus Center road
tooaakatckee Giver a few miles this or sheet. September 1, .-dIN -
program ffot underway: the lint ot I ke attained the rank of captain, MrDowd I camp Taeaday afternoon were still
I aide ef Ortoaa with
Tuesday fiyroda. to aa laaoaanmsat by CaasUl
this week aad will ooatiaae over has operated a drag store at at large Wtda way evening and it
raa into a school of baby have Petroleum eoaapaay of Si. Peters'
they
Naples aatil his decision to racara keen apprehended since
moata
*pproxiaM4 two *.
This program. Mac carried oat tan that gate ties plenty of' "tar-I to his home here and operate the that time It has not beea reported. burg. Tbe. drilling op..n1I"ttI.
I
for a start time and Mr.
by the State Board of Health ia local .......... One of the mea was e&I be gotten under way at a site eight
rooperatioa with Ute coaaty health broagat one of the tighten to.ptf'l A. C. Dowd baa not yet nude the woods "h'ea Citrus Center I' miles from Meare Haven nod wff
a te-pawader on a sii-pecad .
I ..mown his plans for the future bat and Pabadale after becoming constitute a single steam type driH
missioaen- The two fishermen got a anaiber rig aad necessary baildtega, at a
says that ke expects to open some'f rated from the other bat the re-
in this county of flalpb Wadlow of strike but mot of the flab other business in Moore Haven maiaiag three went on to Palmdale \ point near whore Highway 29
threw the hook after a couple of j crones the government levee la cINe
of Palmdale M 'aper aor. A crew I where they are said to hare stolen
lamp The landing of one of J proximity to AMermaa's Ftoftteg
Qf three men to each of tile two a car to make their get-away. They
them one of the scrappiest ot all Camp.
unit ha Mea hired and trained. are reported to have been ia
LOCAL SCHOOL IS sees
gaaae fish OB the tight tackle 111 The asouaceroeat wa made ...-
Army sarayiag equipment to being Venus where they made inquiries
considered quite a remarkable angling IK this week In a release by the
used and the solution chosen. U that about the direction to Sarasota.
used by the Army during coatrol feat War Dpartmat. Corps of Bngtaeer -
HAYING
FACE LIFT
Effort .
i to obtain later .
iafori
notice *faspUeattoa
Jacksonville ia '
work la the islands daring the war The fish was caagat on a home- | of a
made bag made by Mr. LeSuenr I i tion before going to press were unavailing for a war deaartawnt>
?late tevlpaent: is paid for by the
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and it is that
State Board of Health and the spray who has had wonderful success with DURING SUMMER probable I permit for erection of nocessary
other three men are now back In buildings and rig at the site mattoaed. -
In the
materials are also farafaked by the I his baits with the bass area .
state a eacy. The board of county and is one of the moat ardent of the custody Since they bITe taken to .

commisioaers agreed to stand toe I more recent Okeechobee fishing Moore Haven children won't know the highways It is only a question According: to ta* releate. sppBaatioa -
f of time officers believe, until they
labor coat I converts the old school when summer vacation -: bas bees made to the da.rt*
are apprehended
Mr Wadlow says that the principal I 1-- U over and they return to their meat by the drifting company b*

reason for the spraying 1* to studies this fail Crews of carpenters I construct necessary baiktia. la

control aaosiaitee. and fife but MACK GREENE IS I and painters have been re- [ eluding. mud tanks drilling saatts,

the spray will alao kill roaches modelling and redecorating the: CITY PROPOSES .I steam boiler mans, engine and

ants .Unrfl dirt-daaber. moths place inside and oat and upstair? I pump houses, tool houses, and

and other insects It to not in- I NOT A CANDIDATE I and down daring tbf past few I i I I various other needed hattdtega. Tb

jurioui to humans or to animal I wc'ks aad the reaaM t...d for is GARBAGE TAX TO' 1 I sue will require a space ..... Mt

('f any kind and protection is given a new school, oa the sattaee if not feet by 356 feet with the .....-

1...r at least rtx month I FOR RE-ELECTION actually. tioa of the derrick itself requiring
INCREASE FUNDSThe '
in 5u by 50 feet. and 140 feet bfgfi.
The crews will spray the Inside f In spite of a Jt-day delay get-
waits and costings of haffits. oat- ting materials for the remodelling''',. Itm be on the wide befit between -
Juvt before gulag to J'I'f'to8 the. I the levee and th* dta......
doer totters, garbage disposal areas work was planned to be gotten underway I city com mission, at us -!
regular
Informed Mrx.Lob northeast af. the
Democrat was by some 400 feet east
and other iBsect-breedlng spots. as on as school was oat meeting decided
Tuesday
sight
Clerk that ., and Ieve
Sltrridan City intersection of highway
here: U ao charge to the Indivtdal Hendrickson en the imposition of
Million of candidacy has been f a garbage; The site was decided upon owpretest
:, sad the spraying Is not eom- states that about sixteea collection. tax a
as means Ot raising
i uisory Few peepte nave! ever been for K A. \\"UlLun.4 city conimi days of the lost time has been made badly needed' water of A", R.. fooadfoot of the
<*loef. Mr. WlllUim: ba not revenue J tot : I QeVlsteo Engineers Jbeeause the
Known. 1to1f" "H. to torn dawn this up. aDd thai the J control work, streey'lmprewcmentand I
been kane wlvrtlxr pow..1jTih wished 'se'tlbo highi
contacted to or r company t*
/fddfcag tbtr boos twelve days behind
< pportuattf $ ; expansion of utUltJewr"
.. a1aa of .
*** not he will gaaaltfas "
<>f these tn ect...1n Bream! the delay. H. Taylor is In charge. i The
garbage collection tax will go i i I being well-drained aDd ..irrldentliIstable
!It T. Wadlow tip*.t. to contact Mack Green, who conclude hit of the carpenter work I into effect on August 1 and will to sustain heavy traffic between

.,'t homeownera a day ahead ef the.1 second three-year term as a city Hecdrkkson U supervising the re- be billed oa utility statements onSeptember I highway and drlll-stte. Broad-

s-r'-JMng crew aad they will be re- eownisstoaer this month one term modelling which included replacement 1 at the rate of $I for |I Toot attempted to discourage tae

.;!u!U'd to make ready for the visit I as mayor-commissioner and the of doors and windows on the I each residence where collections [I'company ia the location .......
1 \ moving furniture away from second floor which required' It. replacement are made on thrice-weeklj baste
a
nest as manager-commissioner, said I E be said it was Dot to tile beat Interests -
*"n:!!! removing picture andi'aqurs Tuesday night that he would not of window sash-cord and and $2 for business houses whore of tile government to permit .

d lsadan.eeing etf'.. from walla.o be a candidate to succeed himself weights and on the first floor.;I collection are made dally Garbage use of the be....

\ high-gloss furaitur toad. la the municipal election. to be held changing about of various classrooms -I. collection ha always before Danger .f Mind TM.

"r.d dishes. {t.t week from Monday rebuilding and reinforcing ... a tree city sertlee. "The primary purpoae for wkaak

Th* work was started with the, With the closing date for the floors creating Dew book-skelf I The decision to enact' tile garbage .. the levee was constructed to ta*
..., t'luncaroom, school buildings. space installing water and gas .
collection
i filing of petitions nest Monday n I I tax was made at protection of human ute and areaem" -
mowed to the local oplambing te a section of the first the .
c and then petition has as yet been circulatfor conclusion of a.-. discussion .1 Mid Broadfoot in opposing taut
'n-,'d quarter Next will come floor which will noose the Hat of way and means to koMer'ke of that
: any candidate so far u is known action "It Is not the policy
: t t. The petition of raadidacy. igaed by I I government to permit
tc' renewing Joints and flooring In the ''
before starting
quarters at least ten qualified elector must all plan suggested the tax assessed the government right of way,
.< r fe on hones ia Moore Haven,i be filed at the dty hall before closing entry ball appeared to be the most equitable I' (Continued on Page n

fi-r. that all county homes will'I bean Monday and the candidate Redecorating is under way oa the one presented.niFRHTEf, I II

.1tM so petitioned. mast file acceptance second floor at the prevent time, I! Fire DepartmentHas

of candidacy before Wed the carpentry having been completed non j

New Outlet Is aeaday at closing time. upstairs. TIle work to IiI i Water Going
charge of F. M. Mlnartch who say I Friends
here win be Interested
Sought For Lake by Election the commissioners official were at Taeadaj selected I It will taclade. both floors inside to learn of the birth of a seven and I| In Five Minutes

night's meeting.Little and out aad is estimated at approximately I a quarter pound baby girl to Mr. I -
Okeechobee Drainage
",066 when completed. and Mrs Amos J. D.lah.of Tell I! The recently organized TO MeW

Walls and woodwork bave taken City Ind. on Sunday July 13 Mrs I fire department under ta* dretten:
I':ainage officials sad repfe a- Rain Fell OB new glowing coats of white with Delaisse will be remembered here' chief is making
of L E. Farnam as
t..t\H of Everglade industries met! (Continued on Pag Si : as Mlns Bettv Clayton
seta
the
Here In Past Week splendid progress wed at
Thursday BOOB ta Cwwtotoa. dieecd ; _
oDd practice late ye *"er"ay afternoon *
the present flood conditions
i had water through the hole
1 hf 'glade area which still re- Despite: heavy rainfall reports FhdIiIliI r tilt /(." To Start In I II la five minutes after the ...fAAt
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".i critical ta the south lake 1If't (- in the vicinity Moore HaVea eacaped + the first practice It required
i.- and drafted a telegram to the with a comparatively mal
; This Section i II eight miaates.
; 'r rda: senatorial delegations aski amount according to the otflcia I Anf/nst 1st : Mr. Paraam Is endeavoring tomake

:. mate. action oa holding weather report from the Moor t member of the fort
bearing ia Belle G.t .. .1 naaderi. weather I every
x" rnmeart Haven Lock. Fred !
Plans are nearing completion for; ister before going on a fishing familiar with every Job so that anyone
determine needed". changes eheerrer. gave ta* followingreadings flaking contest to be held fajClewiMoa. ta la anycapacity.
a
The of i will be able to step
trip. places win
registration j
_kt control by the r S. Engineersand from the rate pap for Moore Maven and vt-j TIM position taken ea tae
what to to eb- I be aaaovaced in next week's I
do
to necessary the week. paperstogetker
I Hatty during the entire month of track determines tae Job to aa dea*.
for .. with farther details the
n emergency authority July II, .3? inches fell, between I Aagast of I The driver nets as pomp man the
:rg the Palm Beach Canal aanrgeucy 4 aid i:15 a. m.. the Ittt showed The contest which wilt be known eoateet. and the August 1 isaae of I maa seated Ittl e driver. ekes up I

'- flood control outlet. only .l. ..... N* tate fan oa .. the .'Okeeda lMte _-IIowt1a Bass the newspaper will carry a complete the blase and determine* th* best
eoataiaed the silti account of the prizes offered
The tatocraua I the IStk bat .Cli lathes wore re- Contestto scheduled by tentative method' of fighting it, the two men
i'. : ,'U Tf'I ot eighteen promtaeatjf aotted for the t4tb sad -W for the plans now under consideration toM So tar only Individual prizes have on the right side of tile rear peat-

'rage offlctals. i IS. Oa July U the gage rending under way at aanr*.. August 1. been arranged. Including fishing form are the 111f'-IML etc.

\ committee wa also appointed wa
', -"i to Vr'aofctagton to participate | phrase for lea than .Ml and oa the :n. Anglers from near and far are rations merchants A rea.et was :; being blown oa the" city fire siren

whatever l artloa may be Betesv -I; 17 .11 laches. lamed to participate, with a large made to Arthur HirrififtM of but Mr. Farnaiu hopes t* establish

;. -a. to obtain the third lake outlet These official cabals "Miy not assortment of poses being offeredby Labels, president *f the HeadryCoaty one Mast on the siren simply

i' l'.,**ibly u a reaah of this meet: agree with amateur leaMags taken tadrrtdaa mereaaau as an toeenttre Coaservatlou dub for I r.. aa alert with the tone signalsto
began t* participate of the excelled ..***oriBg of the contest and small whistle
( :c.? the V. S. Eaciaeers elsewhere even ia the> neighborhood I be Mown on the
Thursday aft<
annum dhtiane at water tear reading, taken at a nearby flabbaeltK. I expressed hhaself as favorably I to pat the signal board closer to

rough die St. Lade Cam*!. 7s' camp "ia a straight sided area.According' to a tentative set" of impressed by the idea, and : the telephone at the plant ia order

i- Caloosakatefce* has ..... dtocbarg-,; and meatared with a rwfer" iadleBt- rule, ao one will be limited' boraase promised that the request would i to save time.

t ire at ataitmam capacity for some- .: ed 4.5 inches of ram in an boar of place of rertdeace. The ooh reeerre o Weration at the next Members of the volunteer force

i t- r'.ro .|, and *. minutes on Jaly 1,. limits so far contained ia the place meting ot the eh.... {j I at present are: L. & Farnam

Th. calooeahstcteS bs a ..s.! are that the fish mat be big-mouth Watch this newspaper for further chief; J. L. Woodward ...L Chief;

;'. um .danl' III SMt secod feet' sovMr ARRIVES I bass and must be caught ia Lake details of the contest More I I Bob King. Ken Murdock. Mitten

+ .be: the St Lade has apfcoII-;, Okeechobee or its trlb ctarbrs. TkHeiteeds information will be avaBaWe and Adklns. Fred Jenkins. Stan Stasis
Gathraae : the contest to the excellent released nest: week and If ta Ralph Wood. R. D.
r- a-e'y! LOft Mwowl feet Order* Ii j I mad Mr*. J. Yemen I' pres- Bob Ahera.
i 1ncre&H the SL La *e new eamew ;: are the proad parents of a ..*n hoes grounds at Ftsheatiag Creek eat wave of enthusiasm and eeoper- Gaatt. Vernon Bryant John Dowd

t r .tE' giving! an u ce4k 4 color: weighing atae poands. tea "n# a at I and the various easels ta the area I atloa continues complete details E. J. Bowyer John Moore. C S.

f. brine The plaster aloeiwea are : Sagarlaad Hospital ta ClewfetM All fist entered in the contest mast wID be given to the special section Presriey. Vernon Coearane.. Ward

t
'hI sad will base anew named Jaae Vernon O* hran.. Jr.. address o( catcher) on the .aa i I day of this month, for the biggest. a nre or practice will be required

K ri'. araace to aayoae fa ttHr withtheir bat his Dad says hell answer W the ; day they are caught and best fishing contest ever to be!f to register ia order to be eIIra.4e j

oW. flat IoNk. name of Jimmy I Anglers will be reuured to reg' staged in this area : for payment

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beheaded1 1. When; was 0.\-er Cromwell "7.?Is a baby ra l.saalt dangerous -


2. How nary lin.es does the -
word "veto" appear -n the Cocsutubcn The Aruiccr
t utters for Special Delivery MOPSY byGLADYS PARKER of the United States i
3. How many vocal cords has tke 1. Not uctfl k a was dead and
Proto E. M. Jelluiek Kaman larynx? buned. His body was exteaced)

Tale Dear University.Professor: \VHAT DO YOU THINK I'D HATE TO .. Who said: "You shall net I and beheaded.
press down upon the brow of labor I 2. Net soce
I have read your article stating OF MY NEW SPRING SAY-IT MIGHT ; this CNWB of thorns, you shall art So Two.
that there were more heavy drinking cracrfy rsaakad upon a cress cfgaWT 4. William Jevuags Bryan.
cxnen in grandma's day than PRINT P ANSWER i 5. Yes, once in lee asks again
there are today, acd am I laughing 1
BACK i. 3. Was the Suez canal cretin 1115 by the British.
You say that there were more dos_ te shipping! ; 6. Yes cote every 25 days.

daces crocked in the gay nineties I d. Docs the sun spin arooad on I'|' ?. Yes at birth it ks venom
than in the cockeyed forties and 1
characteristics.
: its axis? oss
you quote figures btt they bake I _
right off my cocvictecss based on
first-hard observation, checks no- tie Step-by-Step Instructions IllustrationsOn
Uttccs, scenic appearances and ,

cles.general ccodiUccs in drinking cir t< I' Making Slip Covers for Furniture

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pa .jac( tile top edit and <:dea of "4
In my grandma's day a female ina CtAlr and cat wen oaUlde yoar pfe :...rt
barroom was strictly unique, extraordinary ; The aim*, back, front and vttwr xctxif ::&
-J>e chair are made !n tt e fame ear
declasse and a bum A
woman could get talked about for 1 7ti waySi >"by.wp. Clusa-atcd la tr-ctior s JIM
creeping to within 300 yards of a -ansg maaj tfpt at dip cam are fver
t- booklet 3S. Send 9k in coactk
beer barrel at a beach picnic. Manya p i stakiag sop Caere. saeeeeaAlr 'e
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girl lost her rep for being seen w.eatew.pap.r Scrvtt. fa win 7Preste.
St. N.w Y rk O. N V' Prmt rarn ad
with a man who had alcoholic Ch
an ngol breath. If grandpa going to Toole
lovely Slip Cover :
and McGinn's for a snifter ever saw ---
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grandma udant Aggie standing
at the bar and heavier
demanding a
slag in the next one he would have PRESTO. mAngo* Turn d.t- ;;; ;:! 10 Ko r

yelled for the nps. the family dotter ness to ire5.-.r.eiS: thrpugh tr..

.a&d a closed .hack. FFt-9 ', __ l magic of slip covers: Anycr.eeven 816, COLD t

a beginner, can w a.p up a set DtIIC
ouS Drli
Pun yc:. rself tcgether, professor, of lovely sap coders IB no Urrt !
before you tell me that Whistler's { flat with. the easy pin cut se'.'. 1 ;

Mother had a rumpus room that method r s .
the Old Oaken Bucket hung in tile : .
a 'ftIete aIII'a* patterns .. eW: tie r.attdal
ttffl and that the Face OB the Barroom
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kt and rtsjM eo the .. Thr- / / _
Floor was the theme song ta j
every old-fashioned cottafe (And

DO claiming that mommer darned Hit SkeJ.etonuen Board
the socks while half cracked raised

an those kids while shaking up ... i Jt'd for Over 100 Years foot Sufferers
drinks and crawled around the old
homestead baking pies on her' HOMETOWN ECHOES By G. Kessler Jeremy Bentbam's skeleton has P.et'Y' t. .-, r. N ,
hand and knees) a. _c-" rt. T' ,
attended meetings c4 the same n :.?
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hospital board for over IN I : :: .ti.. :...
)ruret rSpEti years I& today tr ji tt.P'-M ... C3< .
I knew better. had what is more, TTintbmii died in laK. la accordance -
doctor if many (If those grandmothers 'EDFSU&TI1 U):::) Witt tbe dictates of his w-K:, R E S I N D OUITMUT

were around they would !I Ir Us skeleton attends all the meetings .. All SO.\P

make you eat your werds, run yon of the hospital board at the
ragged among the elms of the Tale University college in London seated .
campus and make you issue! a complete in the chair be used daring his
denial from the roof of Mory's fifetee and m exactly the same I 1

College Ale House. positian he used when engaged :r. I
Correction, please, before it is too thought a .
lite.

Tour, Elmer TwitcheH
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1Ig!
I There he stands

.: On shaking "ganV
Afraid of aH

Those tclegraws.Assault .
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Y... ., she sarser sloe ...-:
Ge........ ..... CheA..tst.ds yIf
aiVeIw.rS rr hw I.itl n egy 71
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has now won more money
than any other race hone in hietory. -

We. attribute it to his remarkable f

intelligence Although Ids '/11/ / /
trainer constantly tells him, "That .
tat hay," in sending nun after as-
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ttter purse. the steed know belles
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S. 7/HS It Uocsf.n: B3
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Dear Tee"". yea dee.t*e a
riot! -
NM* as oar C tftaial WK mate_ Drin 7 Deals

tAe t* r.e.t ''t Seating Arrangements By Gluyas Williams with a Fkshig&t
la Kkfe bMfmere busily a.*4.V .

..*t fair numr. ra<* HIMH h C a.Ye!
t.ee4. < ?
.Margaret FirtaaH. r ,r Properly ideuei.Aa4 doc
dearie _
flay 'F.ereaJl ....
Frank Itullaly. a lone male, was Lip aQ
mart c1r.Te a
Frsdasted with a class of 441 girls pole bait eM full
>_ Smith college the other dayHe t 01 me add -
was 4t months with the army ) } 3OO rants-vas OII1i.a.1O -

duriBf the- war and valor comes 1fOre -,tali

s7atu rally to him, we assume It sew
nay be worthy of cote that tile first
4tr5 vtxr. 6i5 K TrOC'f"" rsat7or; rs.ew AnI way;p rril..e tact'I'
te crash a Smith gradoatienwas
man AAAtS t:C' E s c:. -K 5 ,714"i.JT K 'OtIo:) peJb T" 0.8tL 1)
soldier and not sailor.
a a
CEASE; ,11t A-i; F ar Ms '!."" rE .W*A".uowU..o. 1.e ': taQlrli
--oE:;;: '_ ? e- t7w .ED e7AC 1C. tatatrI.
Bring 'Em On! '

("Give her the moon, give her I.'I.
0 ro 4 dIiI wean
the stats give her tbe heaves sent' Gt Mad1 awn eM elec.a .
6upired fragrance of this ttstaies' .
a c- -
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fa peifum*."From an sd a tstest. ir f'r It takes POQTL to male,,gist Aade ... -- y.aw yea
.) \ tales powu-pecled oew'F.eres4r' L crI w:.., while bale

Give her the IMS*. ** k*.r \ cntu light cells to make j.*f Lashtighe ghe iI't yoon f. daeJoddUrlipr.IoqmT
glow! )kj 15 Tftready"' p..owu price. StM

Give her the doN 4e Ike .*e- brand i tMittit batteries are first choict'rlk
spun snow! \ cverrwbere foci-*.....-.UGHT!PScatyTaiUb
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-oo price iacmtdtn.t.w.t..i.t'l..4
Focas the lDMdtt.t ors fccc
brow W :! A-t'iLfUL'.W 9Cti aTs.E Gt7c ......-p...
I don't quite He what .'s "-.L' :QY Cfl r A2 L .1WW f !
using new. ,;;LE' ftZ.I3 Xte a.'M ACll1i92'L PIM tB DGC 1KfId 'S NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY INC.
) Mi &T 1 CMd4j f.JJ WFQST; 'S ;IiT"A"!> : 30 Fast 421 Sceet tie.York I*.N.Y.Cr.f -
tM CETS SFT Fhf IDCaSe t.....Cfto 15-....
Ghe her the skies M aeavea- aaeLt,

seat! + I
Give her the Dipper (tft.eCough's I
weD spent!)- t FOLL8WLVG ORDERS COVERING CTYooBg

I Give her the fragrance bj stars ,

inspired! Two ants were racstg at great s e-Dad,- why do you t 1-
Tar give 'em, kid I'm.a speed areas a cracker hex .i ways Sign my report card with Inh
little tired! "Why are we naairg so fast?" X instead ci writzg your naxi j el MXAMS atnsleTU U HT.tottcn .
.shed the lift aat. Father-I don't watt your tea iLtrijj .

fawn T.iuld s.I s1.y .re renew : "Han't yea see tat it says Tear er to th Ek that anyone who c iD
lag aH gt/I tr- Fare K... ..4 1 aisssg tttts Batted fee** n"tile 1 read and write would have a son ;as
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"TO SMILE of: at Thought a jest which Kathleen Norris Says :

A plants a thorn la another's

breast Is to become a
principal >"<'"""- ....,..N....'__ ... Should Woman
in the mischief : '" a 40?
Marry at
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littratur is M i lament ef gfni I:.: : : BeD !yJ4IUtl.-WJfTJ r..to'se.
+t ubub fit attU *di ,. sU mtfnaiunt : HOUSENOLDJJ'" :': I
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tifrut."John.Burro*f hi. \ .

: Wit and Judgment are often i / /

at strife, though meant each f 0 S 1" 11di"; fI w -

: other's Pope.aid like man and wife : ;

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It's all right to hare a train I I t

; of thoughts H you have a terminal. Various Sandwiches 1 LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU I iWH) &W*

; .-Bowker. I Make Good :orch ..
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Assorted Sandwiches W & \ '
Nature has given to men one I
Picnic
Suppers Potato Salad Cole Slaw IzT-vu -
tongue, but two ers, that we i .
bear from others Sliced Tomatoes Pickles '
may twice as
much a* we speak.-Epicteto*. 1iIrI"--" ..",",, > _. _oZ' Celery Carrot Sticks / A VJ
Beverage Lemon Sherbet
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j 'Loft Colony1 PresentationNete I If you want to use ham or pork

for barbecued sandwiches, us the
. Fishing Town ealtli fo":cuing sauceBarbecued:

,l I Ham or Perk

In the summer of 1937, t.a I Sandwiches.
; habitants of Manteo on E a- -'_:s I 'i enp chopped onion

; itland off North Carolina ga-.e a 1 clove garlic

j aeries of performances T-e Ics H rap tomato catsup

I Colony, a play written for t -,,i U cap Worcestershire sauce
1 about the English colonist u :' I U teaspoon pepper

; mysteriously disappeared s:on 1 cup tomato soap

, after settling there in 1597 The Vi rap vinegar

. play was so successful that s has I 1 tablespoon batter

: since been presented annually, ex 2 tablespoons sugar

; cept between 1942 and 1945 In t.:.ax Mix all ingredients together and Tktrt ff. drutckt red I.* ass k.*i whether I **> slijtMi tn aglf t*

;x six: summers, 500,000 people spec simmer. a. few. minutes. Ue" mlt lb. her of Ii,,,,. Out it Rcffr't titer, y...#... *.-. rd. d.reesd tin bJm std
4 $4,000,000 in this 1,000populatiorcommunity Sandwiches such zi these "egg- ElUte meat wnu gulls i'.Hn"

: whose burgers" are the perfect answerto it is cooking.
previous income
summertime eating When I By KATHLEEN NORRIS
When meat is
; came m&miy from Pshng.Suggard t THINGS WILL CHANGE
served with salad and relishes, tender, like and '. "r HOULD a woman marry 1

= beverage and fruit you have a add to sauce in !o:;! for the first time at 40," Mtrrugt is oltcajt gtmble, ft

: complete meal ready In no time. 1 pan with 1 cup Vy writes a woman from Oak- any age, silt Mitt Norris, in reptj -

Dogs rYe Known... It's estimated that sandwiches are sweet, and pickle serve relish land, Calif. "I was 40 last summer to -Je*r-old woman who
tJrite.loir
waits it
eaten at the rate of 30 million dlnyhere sauce as a relishon so that 41 Is right at my : A ttenagTfpber -

) ;1- in the UnIt- the sandwiches.If door. I am a stenographer in a who is earning tin exttl-
ed States and firm beenin feat stir, grid uto bat $35,000in
you are having a large crowd large insurance have
it's no worder in either for a picnic or for a porch one office 17 years, and naturally bondi, mmmcr cotftgt aids

because they are : supper. plan to have several diffar have risen to a good place.I tou-n bouse. She it in Iou with

one of the simplest ent varieties of sandwiches on a get a month's"acation every a widower, 36 ubo it quite tue-

most rOuTisTLng large platter, a selection of salad year, and have a cabin on the cessful MS t tales tgtnt.Tte .
foJs toere ( y fresh fruit and cookies and beverage
The sandwiches be madein Skyline to which I can escape, only obittcltt are Roger's

Do .YOU l like to the morning and may wrapped in where I can entertain on week- pretty young sifter, Perl, and his

make suppers heavy waxed paper and chiDed. ends all the year 'round. I have aunt, who lies with him in a big

sImple on hot, Here are some suggestions about $35,000 in government old bouse. Pearl ts fossesare and

s w e : terms- i 1. Beef or tongue. sliced thin bonds, and own the home in jealous. She resents anyone'com'

nights: Serve a sandonv.alad and spread with mustard-horse Munich I live with a married sinter lug betu ten her and bier brotber.

supper on the cool back porch. Do radish on rye or pumpernickel : she paying no rent and I The tntddle-aged aunt is a capable
you lake to whip up a pier.:: at a bread.
paying no board. housekeeper and manager, whoso
moment s notice! Then wrap to- 2 Cold pork, chopped sweet doubt will do
"My young man. the letter on- Kant to things
gether a few sandwiches fruit and
pickle, salad dressing and lettuce tinues "is J6. for her
beverage to take along to beach or rather youthful out tray, ere bough Motra
woods. on white bread. his age, intelligent and succeccfaL is mttlrm of the bousebold.

So toy he r.Ja'teven Simplest of all sandwiches is the chopped 3. Sardines hard mashed- cooked with, i He holds an agency for dentists' ,\ ir4 teonders whether she can
get up wven a lady enters.Dogs I 1 sBce of meat between two pieces of : effs supplies, travels m the western
hbn .
moistened with adapt herself these
tom
X11 I two
art often gaiters wbea they're not f.d > states and makes and excellent bvmg womenand
I j-fered tnrt- better if
right Gro-Fnp Ribbon w ouM give add; itittstesfeiRQ toothsiin boiled dressing and. Vl'tlrQ tK- His another died two months get along smootbty,after baring I Il
yon some IIpIad or I
him I'i shire sauce and he Isis bad, tbings her
every vitamin and tatnerml dogs aeoosnpawment to ft, such as: ace, me that long before own way for
i I 4. Swiss cheese, tomato slices
are known to wed for vigor aM 1. Cover with a thin slice at with I she died he hoped some day to so many years. Miss Norris tells
and water-sliced beef let- :
vitality Economical Rona bo* sap- hasaor : art me to be his wife We seem to her to go abead sued get ....,- J.
cranberry jelly, especially
plies u much food bv_ dry weight. tuce and mayonnaise on rye ; be coafenial. enjoy the same These Jigiruitiet will
roast pork. araigbtenout.
five 1-lb eant of dog food Gro-Pup bread .
amusements love home and would
j also tomes in Vfi'! and !it Pel-Etu 1 Cover with thinly sliced 5. Chopped hard-cooked elKs i Pearl sees mil be interfiled
r rr sweet or sour pickles or mustard mixed with chopped staffed hope immediately for a child or its lose and marriage btnelf. The
I two. For the time being we would
olives and salad dressing with live too-competent aunt ",ill in time
in the old home of Roger'smother
DogsGofu ;i 3. Spread with horseradish lettuce whole bread.
I 1 on wheat i an old and rather oomber- fa into the bouttbtld.
mind with
oMyoBnaiae. 6 Ground cooked chicken
i I i f i some house but at least a roof.
GRO-PUP 4. Cover with lettuce and mixed wIth an eqja' amount of
"So far all seems simple But
boiled dressing or sandwich choppri! "::C'l ked hem, seasoned there J like the young man and you can i
! are drawbacks and I do net
1R,80 -- spread. w.tr \ p;.ed olives and may- !know whether I act as peacemaker there. The managing i
am adaptable
9. Cover with chili sauce. or (rr"; ;;- ;'n white bread. aunt win be in your house
enough to make th* best of them
j "YP eatlllp. what housewives ia of
your part the
4 One is Rogers sister much
} younger
I. When you have leftover meat world. as you well know hare to
---- not married passionately demoted
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chop it or put it through the meat pay $200 a month for-I mean an
to him
grinder aDdne to any of these aDd quite jealous; all-around honest interested
economical

Pearl experts to make her home
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ways
U. S. Bonds! A ;th us She has a of hard-working Servant If
Buy Savings 1. Mix with mustard and season V way appro- Auet Olivia sometimes jars on '
:)r atmg Km( and of maktog nippy you
; with clopped pimiento rr does things her instead of
1 way
tte: remarks about that
my age
green pepper. 1 yours, takes a pretty high bed to
: e r-f perfectly wikLr"ther
2. Mix with equal parts of \ making decisions, why, so does any
finely shredded cabbage andserve $ ei problem is Roger'swho good servant
s f '*
with : runs the house She is ;
chopped pickle or
,* Go Along for While.
onion "n 60 very capable and ex- a

3 Season with chow-chow or rtr-e. anxious that I continue Accept these conditions gallantly,
pickle! relish and season with n th rrv job, perhaps from aa to- and share your feettcgs about them

enough boiled dressing or may :ate ;jealous InStinct that I win sup.r with Roger Tell him you'd ratherbe
onnaise to mix through. :mt her if I stay at home. Rogeruan's at borne bat that since Aunt

i 4. Mix wKft-thepped olives, v 4 me to quit work. Olivia is so happy why not let

green pepper and dressing It's True Love. things go as they are, for a while.

5 Mix with chopped hard. Now balance against these difficulties Express nothing but admiration for

cooked eggs, chopped green A iced and : the fact that Roger and I Pearl and satisfaction in her devotion
! beverage
pepper and mayonnaise creamy truly lore each other. I won't go to her brother, and win her
slices of a simple cake r fruit
6 Mix with chopped celery into ecstasies, but it is the real confidence. Play an amused lenient
and cookies, fittingly top off a
CALOX and moisten with mayonnaise.When sandwich I thing. He was roamed before, not understanding part the part of
, change to YOU clan to feed a bunch of supper. I happily His wife died in an acci an onlooker.

hearty eaters and For dent. He is gentle, rather timid At your age most women have f
a nourishing "burger"
task type
j for the ecf
i I the weather is a of sandwich, you might like these with his womenfolk, only anxiousfor been married for some 15 or 18 !

j on your smileFjTirnr t bit on the crisp I made with eggs.. peace Fm afraid" the letter years. Most of them by this time i :.
side, then serve De Luxe Egcburgers. ends "youH advise a woman my are having problems like yours, 1
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Cakrt
j *tiro umtt problems that have
r hot sandwichesfor (Serves I) age against this marriage, and I grown throughthe
! 1 Helps rtnot aim brin g oat a real treat 6 eu ..'t promise to take your advice, years. You are trading yours 3

I all tail aloe nataral maze of you It The barbecued 2 tablespoons fat for frying but rd like to know what you ready-made, that is an the diet f :
type is ideal for think"O ence. With some f m2i.i it is a
6 round buns f F
I 2 A special iajtredtent ia Cuba _.. I ,
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... -.. difficult older
'" "' cranky uncle
j .!ocotLTif rrs.1 r mula,.... .v. I slices cheese ; person ,
.bica bIt totuc ttta oa(vox Barbecued Hamburgers.Makes 1 medium-sired onion i the contrary Moira, my tendency exacting mother-in-law, paralyzed
! l..blpt aaktf then fcra sad ( I) Salt and pepper would be to advise you to takes father. With others it is the adolescent -

roi CaIooi j.Toae BP TOW smile wacks.J. I* cap milk Split buns. Lay halves, split aid.up this chance It is a chance, of crisis, the wilful teen-afters

H cop soft bread crumbs course, but then so is any mar who provide the worries. Some fam-
on baking sheet place cheese
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i lit ,..rt /iimear..i k.+..i+.r Vi pound ground beef slices on them and toast fa hot oven riage. You have several advantages flies are always in money trouble
f fI H teaspoon salt or under broiler until cheese bern most brides don't have in that you or always in bad health. Some have .

I H teaspoon pepper to melt and other half is toasted. see the difficulties clearly: and are all these trials in greater or lesser !

X tablespoons Woreeitershire Meanwhile fry eggs media flrra I I facing them in the right spirit Also degrees and some add bitter grief

! ante turning once; season. Place eggs ,I you have all the cards, if you win remorse, loneliness to them.

lI/luJSufIW. 1 tablespoon cider vinegar on toasted halves. Top with colon j only play them right. If you will take it so, you wiD find

; MI aJIU.UIIIII; IMS II H top tomato catsup rings. Serve hot, open or closed. I j Go into this determined if necessary in this marriage of yours a challenge 1;

: RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Combine bread crumbs and mUk. Pass chili sauce, chapped pickle ret: to take the attitude Armenian to exciting and useful living I
Add ground meat, salt and pepper. ish or mustard. ,j: brides were supposed to take in the to varied new interacts and responsibilities

; Form meat into patties, then brownon For beverage at porch or picnic, I old days mean % year of silence to infinite opportunities j: '

i, both sides in two tablespoons of use 1 rounded tablespoon of all pur. Yours won't be quite that, and for loving service. 5

at pose grind decaffeinated coffee to i shouldn't be quite that, but if you And U, in a year cr two children

I MAGIC Combine seasonings and vinegar every cup of water. Make by boileror can steel yourself to be only Rog do cane along, the question of your .,

. wr nth catsup and pour over meat percolator method. Freeze coffee er's devoted wife for a while and continuing work will be settled once

REMEDY 'I Cover and simmer slowly about 10 ia ice cube tray. At serving !let other matters settle themselves, and for aQ the whole household will

r RINGS BLESSED RELIEF minutes or until sauce is very time, heat milk but don't let iboil. t you win find that time, the irresist- bow down to them and you and

; a.t __. ... hick Serve hot between heated or Fin glasses with coffee cubes able solvent of all human tangles, Roger between you wil have created ..
surge el .U-IaeI.
eet toasted bun halves.
; .Uir .t III IRI U MUIUBIU and pour on hot mIIk. The result will work in your favor. what the world so badly needs,
; tlM UK mO V 1U w m*+d riee The above sauce also may be used will be a smooth creamy, iced bay The beautiful little sister-in-Uw one more successful marriage one
; l atria MM aa. .... Mtimtau a. Titty "j tor sliced, cooked beef roast or for erag*. will fall in love and Roger won't more real bome.Gsmg .

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roCIC '__ __ GLADD OOCn IJXOCRA'r! FRIDAY. .JTLT 18, 1'4T -%,
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GLADES COUNTY I I formidable and we were slightly I I the descent for we had the road Ing a livelihood after anything like! Ing soon to be under way; other :-

DEMOCRATMOORE I n n-pnsed when several folks told I II blocked. This was the widest point that but not Sirs Whidden, whowent considerations, including royalties, ::

I ns we'd be foolish to attempt driving -!I I..e encountered and when we were out a few days later to catch j are covered in Lease :U. .

HATE. FLORIDA oar ear to the top; that we'd told that we could go but very lit- a record-length coral snake forty One hundred to 150 days are estimated -

save money by paying a total ofleVt'otHa I I tie higher because the road was t one inches from nose to tail-tip. to be repaired to drill to -

Entered: aa second-class matter. May, dollars to a Eight-seeing I snowed in we decided to use this asa a depth of 11...* feet at the Well
1,
Eaten.127 Florida at the Pottoffice under the at Act Moore of tour company to get oar family up turning around place at an elevation In a talk before the Merchants I Number 1. Block 9 site hear Moore

Ccccress or March J. 1SS7. that seventeen mile climb. Being of a little over 13.900 feet. It Association at New Smyrna Beat Haven. Geological data indicate

of Scotch ancestry aad inclined toward was the kids first real snow so we lat weal, Representative Tom that at least. that depth will be

PablUard Every Friday By stubbornness :at times, w e took some picture, rolled ate w Cobb of Voiasia stated that the tax I necessary to property test the are*.

THE GLADE FRITI'S CO, !..... began to feel that we were being snowballs and headed back down the t toils passed by the recent legislature Ia event commercial possibilities arediscovered

CARR SETTLE PaMUhrr made the victim of a racket and setout mountain, really more nenODlaboat are sufficient to take care of I by the teat a pumping

I on the following Manias with toe descent than the ascent. the anticipated needs. station can he estabUahed on the
.lolM'rl.CI.a.--Ratrat----- all self-coafideace of an Alpinej I II But once underway it wasnt half I .-- far side of the channel, and ail

_, Oae Tear __ h____ 4I1z %..60I adventurer. j bad sad we enjoyed It a lot. Drilling ForContinued equipment caa be removed from the
M..th ); The wife had ttttfe to say until Yea. you're right, that was the government rightofway.No .
-- --" 'I we reached Maaitoa Springs and highlight of the trip although we I : rwMfc MecttaK

I suddenly announced "this is whereI saw a lot of interesting things that ( from ..... 1) It is not proposed to hold public -

I get oat." We've learned long lack) o' "!*mce prevents us elaborating lakeward of tile leve. In event ofharricaae bearing oa the application bataayon

1 since not to argue with her so oat upon but we're glad to stop aDd a the area ia which winning to submit a probated -

3iJE44NDERJNGSBy she got the kids wedged into the talk about these experiences any drilling operations are proposed to( test oa the proposition that

front seat and away we drove little time. Maybe vacationers should organize take place would be subject to the project will nnreasonahiv interfere

Carr StU realizing just what we were in a club or something and compare wiad-Usloa from Lake tDtaectahee'ne with public navigation,; or

for. Suddenly at the edge of the experiences like folks are pro Mineral rights were retained by unfavorably affect the navigable

Of coarse oars iw't the only Ya- nice wide pared highway we saw the to do following operationsSTUFF I the State of Florida at the time of capacity of the waterway may submit

arrow and "Pike's Peat Road" and e* edteat granted the United States sack ia in
caiio of the summer and upon oarntva ---- protest writing sufficient -
from a loir-week tow we we turned into a narrow gravelled 1 government. These right are detail to permit a clear! understanding

OM that almost everyoae else Iii road which looked hardly wide I =-=, covered in Lease 248, which covers of the reasons tbere-

; either oa vaeatioa hare just enough for a good healthy sidewalk both Block 9, the one involved ia of. The Federal courts have ruled

taraee' from one or are too busy and went as nearly straight up are the present proposal and Block 10 that the decision of the War Department
'+ any motor car roaU be expected to I Lease 248 was executed between the
makiac plans for oae to he later- by on application must bet
t Dated la oars. Bat when a country climb. Bat there were lots of trees TIIK IJYsTA\DKU the Internal Improvement Fund o baaed entirely upon the effect of
around and oar confidence ....'.tab"ea the State and the drilling
-I company work
erittor takes a month off. travels I the proposed on navigation
mere than 6,696 Miles and sees a until we suddenly roundeda -- -- -__ aDd modified Feb. 27, 1947. It; not OB its effect oa property values

I** of things he had never seen before harpin turn (that's what they call provides for test wells to be drilled i or other considerations having

and had little hope of ever 'em but you'd have to apply rigorous A big fishing contest is in the oa both blocks within a five year nothing to do with navigation.

::1 noelag, he can hardly refrain from pressure with pliers to a hairpin offing scheduled to start at sunrise time limit aad the present drilling 1 Permit Xot AV i\er

; Uriktag about it. to get that kind of an angle) and on tbe morning of August 1, operation proposal is la concurrencewith I A War Department permit.
we took a look downward swallowed and run until sunset August 31. The
this clause.
waiver of objection
Of coarse the first question which merely a Insofar
.; a time or two to get our heartback idea which originated coffee I
woald he rated by brother editors over Block 9 covers "All water bottoms as public right of navigation ia
in place and yelled at the kidsto cups in Mack's
J Saackery one recent
i. "how could you afford to make lying within the bosndari'et eoacerD"" It confers no franchise
.j keep their months skat. and their morning is
going over like a letin
each a trip OB an editor's earnings of LaVe Okeeehobee. Totals acreage or property rights nor does it ia
!" We'll admit it had us stumped eye up. a high wind and already hae for the lease is some (66.736 any way abridge any right which
We were early enough that kited to heights at first
thought
for a while as we made our plans acres with the Lake Oteecho bee any aggrieved person would tare
1 but oar route was chosen over an met but one or two cars on their only possible through weeks of hard block accounting for some U'.:.0 had under any law had the permit
; downward trip so we got along work.
area rather thickly populated by acres, for which leases are now held I not been Issued.
fairly well and stopped only at the This acceleration is due both to
; friends and relatives and we estabMebed amounting to $14,816. Of course, Protests should he addressed to
a route wbicb would bring ski lodge about ten thousand feet apparent need for each a project in event oil in commercial quantityis the District Engineer, Corps of Engineers

*. to their homes just in time fora up where the snow line begins and which will bring sports fishermento discovered during the test drill-I P. O. Box 4976. Jackson
the timber ends. We allowed five Clewistoo and Moore Haven from
free meal or a free bed and you') 0 ville. Fla. in time to be received
be surprised bow much money yon 11 or tea minutes there for our frayednenes all over and also due to the unprecedented j PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS;I ion or before July 21. 1947.

save through each planning especially to get adjusted our teeth to approval in general b rl I
stop chattering (not from cold) and everyone Involved. With everybodyenthused
at the present time when prices
our knees to stop shaking before and cooperating to the I I
are soaring about in the upper ,
stratosphere continuing; the climb. From thereon utmost, th$ contest is certain to be COMPLETEReUpholstering
(A few people hue.Ie..ed
there was nothing but blue skysnow the biggest and best ever heldbert'.abouts.
them and
reported them as
and rocks and when we rounded and ReConditioningof
befog saucer-shaped
a turn there was nothing aces The priie snggected so far sbow
When
left
we borne a month ago
it was with the motto of the western but blue sky! -not even the top of ingenuity and imagination. There Furniture

pioneera. in the back of a pine tree as assurance that we: are plans for two sets of prizes, oneFell

mind, "Pike's Peak or Dust..e oar wouldn't hare bat fifty or sixty f ]'I for strictly artificial bait stingers sup COVERS TAILORED TO FIT
to fall if we went off. We readied tie peak, neat as far up it 1 with another ( Mrs. F. E. Chalker OwnerL.
as sn.w and ice would permit us up car and as we variety of cane pole fishermen There ,
to neared one of the bends it suddenly are prizes in each class for "the
drive aDd returned home basted. I
There may be a few of !' stopped In front of see the ma net' longest bass, regardless of weight' C. Miller, Assistant
you we
haven't wife having gotten so scared she i i'f the "heaviest string of eight bass
yet told about that Pike I!'
Peak loose with several blood-curdling regardless of length trip so whether
you're interested screams. We tried to pass (on the I legal)" and a large number of other
or not
well review the expedition. inside track) slipped into a shallow! I classifications,

i ditch full of now and the wheels There is one rule which the By-
Arriving in
Colorado
Springs ,
late
in the afternoon started spinning and the motor (afflicted I slander will endeavor to have im-

made known we immediately I| with its first vapor-lock) eluded in the list, which apparently
our intention
up the Peak the to drivel| died and refused to start At that has not occurred to anyone else,

following day. j point oar knees really did start act- It's no fair to catch bass now and
; Looking at the mountain from thej:
: i ins up and..e were deeply al>- chain them oat in the lake or

city wide the and mountain beautiful dldn't streets of that tool I'I't j! preciative of the help that soon streams against the opening of the

look came our way from several cars nl I I contest rev aennndrcl raneht 4 n. FLAMING

ing such a thisg will be summoned ] 4

before a board of sportsmen and

} have his fishing-rod broken his

i JOHN H. MALOY, JR. license su' aded. and be shorn of

t Federal I lax any chance of entering the <:contest'
ConsultantIVCOME Ft.Dorini.rni ioT
J
I
- f All kidding aside, though. folks DAIRY FEED
TAX: this contest looks like the makings
I OCIAL !'ECI '
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-WTHHOLDI
>G rTIMTKn!' IIf1"I.'H'TIU, \ of something good for the city and

i .AM) OTIIER FEDERAL T.\\E'I the section. With big-month bass _

At Judge Couse's Office hitting the way they have been the Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
past month
and with bass-logs running

July 25th and as high and heavy as they
26th I Manufactured in
; OFFICE: and have in the past few weeks it certainly I Florida for Florida Users
RESIDENCE :>o. I East Outer looks like
JIST OFF CIRCLE sEimivn i a highly enjoyable I FOR SALE IX THIS AREA AT
I FLORID j, month for sportsmen who come here DEHYDR.MING PLANT IX
Formerly Internal Revenne Officer to fish. MOORR HAVEN


Ten Years-Florida TerritoryNOTMK I The BYSTANDER WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

I
: OK PI BLH 'IrMRMfi Do You Wanna' MakeA MOORE HAVEN. FLORID

1 Pursuant to the proxision of Suction Hundred Dollars?
ac amended by Section I 23712 Florida Statutes .
of Chapttr 1! 4I
:J2.M! !.
I.awn
not of
ia Florida
hereby gireo that a publi.' h. Act of 1945,
I
Bear4 of Public Instruction of 111adu ', anog shall be held by the County -
( 'unc """:
"
Florid
i X D. 1M7. at the hour of > on tire 2nd day of Auglast. "
t Scam at the Court House in ten r'c A M in the County Board meeting- Anybody want to make a hundred I
eaEoa with the citizens of the County Haven, Florida, for the pnrpoae vt sir dollars easy! Well here's one
I the
Oseatl whhb budget for the ia fi.e.l summarised year;, Ix-rlnn.aa follow... July! I, proposed 1M7. and school endts budget Jon Jf of. 154 Mid'. way' to make R. Just go out and .i1.J.-rJ.-rt NCIJiENT
catch a rattle-snake that's eight'
lit luaT 'On .51PORT' .,,,
u MIIITB\I\CF: 1.4 !''o( II....... feet loa<< or ova?. Be gentle with -------)0----: .
A. Balances on Hand +:-:-:->*:-.",
Beginning of Tear: 1 State him, however, and be careful not
Corm Fund. Fund .... ..
$12iTS.: 3. .n. Z. HWIVi:
Anticipated R".:.u U.: I. SC.t".nd District Funds, .M..... Total $17.170' ;.(M.m. to knock any of his scales off. Not l lmust UK'lOntl.UJJ-UEUI-om.\no: ; : AM '
11sts. tUIOUle. Federal Fund. $$*.<,,.,, .\111)1.1)IW.; :
3 District ; 2. MODKRV .:
County
....*; Total, $SSNT.N. Taxes. ",. SW: 4. Other Source $$. only he be alive but also in QCIPJIET11'F011' : : t
-
C. Prs.o Expenditure. 1 instructional tint class condition. Otto Whit I :\ OFFKK: Tilt: ITHLIC
411.146.04; 3. Salaries, $i'.tM...: 2. Trmnlon. des of
rrtaaed C.pltaIOutl.y. *- Lakeport is
li r Exp.u.e. and Rr. ., $ None t, Debt Service. $ None: offering one Ice Cream Sodas .
rive 21,'"". hundred dollars in cash for him -Milk Shakes and

In Ila:1' Foil UI"THIM I\TF-flIOiT: A\N, !'>"h"A FIO.. Nothing fa said of the condition of

A... Antiey.td-...- and Receipt.Jte<<.n-.s. I.Becinnlnr of Tear .lc..111.... the person who catches the rattler Ice Cream To Take Home t
.I1..to
I c. pceps.ed Expenditures: I. BoiNs Ut.It"; 2. Other Souret'. 5 No_ h owever. Aad no reward is being I

I n. Aslktpat Other, flis.ow.R.-.ervee and : z. Il1tf1.ttt..OO; $. offered to say rattlers for catching ADDITION TO ont HM.ULAR FJl.Tl"nnoGOOD -

n..lan..t End of Year, f21N5e4. a man.Whidden..
81DGFIT FOR IHIfRU'T!! Iii"" n. .rHI (:TIO FOODS
.
I PI\U.t\o\F: who's been bitten by all AND BEVERAGES
I hi ulan' FOR ''lIuOL 1( lll)1\H .'''1) 1'1". Rf1"ln'p' Fl'xf. sorts of snakes, daring a long aadaeefal ..
I A. BsMaes at Beginning 01 Year: I. K I'lnT: (XX>KsToYou
e01lftt7 career ..
Ftnda as a .kecatclMrat t'rr
I Ftit1a. 13liUtI.$. g 11_: t. Diatrlet pare Your Meals }:xullj \I
.. ..A iid ted Receipts the average _
1. County tenon seta B0
11 1./l Funds f Nora 2. District...... p,_ eauito bitten, says there's very little Like Them Hot
Co xpt'ndlluttl' i. County Funds, I };XI'fRlF.\'fP: ; ,
t None: 2. danger. The Mt ronuwn-s
time
District rattler W\ITRt.
e1.and Funds a ;rh'T o .latit'tptHe
..:.:=; Reserves at End of Mt him, he Your
Tear went
INMriet Funds f2,7fs.N. :, 1. c..tF..... i ....s a. on std finished Ktery Reed and Suk Fsctt teal A Pla.anro t tH
,.. MUlaae to 1M levied OD the IN7 catching the ....e. aid then at DearNmt ls

gaeaagr ftftIMIN County for those budgets for tile stwhlg a.aesmci n-al at roll Year to are prodnee: ne_ C01t........ drove to Moore "+: +: : > *****.:-: -oX-= : : 4i.-ei >)i H:
t Support and "tatntenanoa Fund Haven "for .
District Current Levy L$ 8 medical treatment. It '
1. Dtatrkt laL : Fund 2 was just an hoar from the time the
4. 8thuol 111dg. Bus Reserve f. f I h...e-lalte was received natil Dr. Maude's Cafe
eo.pIete iletrile of each
separapp.rt I
01
the '
f. above ore -- flue and a re available few pv"Uc 8CIIooI budget .amaaria- Draught started wort on \Vhidfea's I
(be 'F aralwrhteadeat of 5ehoo1a at tIM Ceort 88 UM Uare0. arm, which was swollen halfway
WID .a- .... .. -e18 ...
tkinformation __ .
I .. 1." ias. atateaantS ..04 wbtk ........ to er withAl to the dhw althoagh the taw j "W1IERK MOST 01- MOORE Jl.\n. ti,1TS"

latassee d marks were em Ms k......
n are eordtelly Invited to ........... 1 OPEX .
3 \. )(.
-111g sad o 4IIM'Ja the school pub- TO 2 A. M.
Dr.
.t pragraa and Ipsae ... ,. tIa1a Cwt rer I Drawn worked for tout sad __
I I.M "; II aaarter :boars before Wh ea -

'i--r.m.uc Hew ix'rlOlOp/ oa.ADt- 16YI'\TT.' Fi'Ritgy was pre-aoaeed at e4 ds*.. Or-, J Chicken Dinner Every Sunday -i.

i ; ;!'i\J... enry. BMO weatt he given nplsoakt .y

4- ._. ,.. oatiMng as a meads ef mk-| = ',

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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947
GLADES CWNTY DEMOCRAT PAGE TO !

l ;:;;;-?4d't ,-..;-; ;J-, .;; ; II '- II II I > ---- --- -
: mmXUli HOLD IttX.lLARM Moore Haven. Charles Garrison Bill Moore. C. M
I MEETINC:: Tt1 lAV (..HTTne The J hn50B string which a.m-I Giddens and Andy Bryan took 14

bered 8 ba *. weighed in at 4S I bass and Albert Stewart Charles
Rebekab lodge held a regular pounds and eight ounces turned
'' Christian and Prank Cox also ran
II PERSONAL and SOCIETYMr I'I'l t meeting on Tuesday night of last te by George Faas of St Petersburg Continued on Page S)
: week after which Mrs C. C. Charles White. used car,
Klutts and Mrs J. C. Swiadali were dealer of Tampa aad a compajuoa:I
I FOR ..
S.\LF--UU .
l hostesses at a biaco party.Homemade brought ta a string of 1C big-mouth StaMa Ch.I -

.. .;;;. ". .............. _- _. -. ,.-,..... . : cookies and cold bass which weighed te the aggregate j I rolet Coupe. Pr d ranaoaab.::
drinks were served to Mn Minnie four i E H. Boyle. Coarthoasa. Moon
99
poaada ounces
and Mrs L. D Carr and children 1 I Miss Joan Ethertoo of Savaa-I Haven.
I 1 I Wilson Mra Elizabeth Detels Mra Several of Whites string touched I n
were in Miami but Thursday aah Ga., arrived the first of the ..
Mailer, Mn Anna Belie JeakI.
Lacy 8 pounds with nothing under four
week for a visit with her
grand ..., Mn Elsie Jordan Mrs laes
aDd
half the
a pounds on string
, Arthur Barrow was a visitor SUr ,- 'other. Mrs H. Bthortoa FOR \LB-Large supply Cowb,)\
t Bawde ell. :Mrs Ullian Cram White catch taken in the lake.
r day ta Lake W'" was I p..... blue denim aad khaki -
Mn Rebecca Daprec Mn Naacy Grifttas teie
Ralph Fisher, SOB of Mr and Mn camp reported a | Sties 3' to 36 lasted States Sugar
Ball :Mn Georgia WUUnghamMra number '
L of fishennea Sunday with
[t MWs Margie Cram and WaarfaHowdesheU A. W. Fiaher of Tasnpa and former f Corporation Harlem and Towno
Britt Wf.>tJat>l1apeD. Mra Ida tow camber catches bat weights 1
returned Sunday fromweek residents, spent fYMay with Mr Stores te Clew stoa.t'tHt .
Hawe Mn Mollie Settle. Mrs Amy I
keeping up around the four and five
r a at Fort Myers Beach: and Mn L. M UByMn I
Lundy Mn Mertie Van De Velde. pound mark Four different par
I ties came ta with only six baas to i s\LF -Foar room house ,u_to.t
I BiO Maawy and Jimmy Doe Wilson 3 E. C. Byrd sad Carol returned !d1i .,Rli R' tk boat Saturday, bat Sunday.1 I aide city limits of. ft. layer
were at Fort Myers Beach OB I Sunday from Crystal River .
the boat average went one higher I oa acre of ground Flowing wand ;
Saturday where they spent a month with her Mr and Mrs M G Atchley otWiiiard fruit trees Box aClewisr..,a
, father M tae Sportsman Sugartand '
-- camp en -
Mo. formerly of Lakeport, News. XXUnvel'OOlD
! Robert Moore er Bradeatoa and Highway catches of bass I I
announce the birth of a son Daaa .
J Brown Waller or Tampa spear the Mr. sad Mn T W. Weeks Mr. wr small bat pan-fish takes were I
Woodburn. who arrived at Spring- house.
a P04t &\ with
weekend her viahlag frteadaMn end Mrs. I. E. Scott sad Miss Irene very heavy Charles Williams returned .
held hospital on July '> or without furniture .... L M
Scott retaraed Sunday night froma I __ ____ __ ._ from a cane-pole expeditionwith Haven, Flo-
Box 212 Moore
T. F Sheridan and Cheryl tea-4ay vacation te the mountains a string of bream and shell- Lilly,
apsa the week-end with MrSherUaa of North Caroliaa. Baptist Vacation crackers 12 feet long OB Sunday! Ida. tic

te LakelandK. Monday Williams came ta with I
Bible School To
H C. Taylor was called to Lake- another large catch which draped W.SY.:1Two welders to go to

: J. Baumgardner and dau. had tab morninc hy the serious Close Here TonightThe from one headlight across the fend! work at once Shawnee Farm". .
ter, Kara, are spat .... a week or Uiaoas ., ate ..0.., Mrs D. O. er and hood to the opposite head Phone 15-J. :'c
two at their former hone te OhiaMr Taylor who (offered a stroke at light of his ear
her hose there restardayMr Vacation Bible School of the Bill Dress ran his usual string -

... Mn J. & Aty are speudtag First Baptist Charch will close today of bass, with four ta the four to

a vacation ta the moaatataa of and Mra Carr Settle, Sae Commencement exercises will fire pound class A party of four
Perth Georgia.Ural aad Saadra retaraed Sunday after- be held te the thatch tonight at Mark R. Tennant

aooa from a fCMIr-..... vaeatloa eight o'clock (rur4
aad Kaatr Ba aa are spending trip to Oklahoma sad other wetMra All the parents aid friends of the HHvr MKTiiomvr mu.iti I
a vacation with rehuivus teMr en.tea.. children are urged to be present, Real Estate Broker

Q aq. for every child will participate ta 1' Church School1A:66.. GLADES COCXTY LANDS

L. A Mafey returned laM the aragraai Each depanaeat will Regular Worahlp-11 :'..
aad Mn. W. L. BaBaaty were Friday from a three-weeks vacation give a demonstration of some of There is a cordial welcome for 007 Congress DMg. Miami. IT*.

butts visitors Ts>...oay Ia Part trip to Houston, TOM Her mother I the things they have leaned and all There is a claw in the Church
Si3rsrs. :Mrs. Alta Jordan remainedta the note books aad hand work will School for every age

Houston with relatives for a be oa display. I

H. I. RoMaaoa fa spearfteg this loagei visit ] The school has bees enjoyed by

weak oa vacation la the mountains pupils and faculty alike The average -I

at Wayaearflle, N. C. VSarraat Officer aad Mn Hand attendance for the ten days I DID YOU KNOW
p pI
Hoe arrived Saturday'" r.a Call- has been sixty-five

C: P. Kwtag sad Keith sad Mr*. tor ate for a two weoiV leave with I

Harry Faster yen ta Fort Myers We plateaus )lr. aid Mrs. R. Boe I. Carr's Expect To
N basiseos Monday W/O Boe mill h*> statioaed in the I

future at JaekaoavflleMr I Open Laundry In That
DOWD'S STORE has
MX. aid Mn Ward Roberts aad I changed hands? i
cMMB.. were reeeat vfetten ic i New Building SoonThe I :
sad Mra Cleoa Rollins aadchfldren
Key Wet of ladlaatowa visited Sat I I That hereafter it will be known as

%rday with )lr. sad M... A. 0 1 building under construction
Mr. sad In.. L. J. Peat of Clew- HowdteheU en costa to Arkaaaa: for some time bI. D. Carr for use I
Maa flatted relatives here Mea.*y OB vacation The childrea remain as a self-service laundry is neariag;I JOHN DOWD'S STORE ;

8IfJd.i ed here with Mn HowdeabeU d.ri i completion and Mra Carr who will i

tec their parents aheeaeeMr i operate the business says that she
R. T. Ahera left Sunday atejmt hopes to have the sew business I That we would like to have you drop in :

Car Fraktort, Kauaes, for a visit operating within a couple of weeks
aDd Mn Ray Yoder and Miss
i wttft. atefciach. Rathti.Mt. Wanda \oder accompanied by I Two yrtar er-\-pe washer will be and see us? I

Mn. Coders .....*.fddise Mart Al installed and one automatic and
sad 1'oI1t 1. Bowyer sad
Mra Carr plane also to do some
LakeJaedtrft tint of,
liMB the
of
ht ..weTD. Vl4rea Palm JOHN and JEAN DOWDClearance
let we an 7beeday of bat weak
wash and flat work finishing
trip to CaMtarata &ad aa the Pacific -
Coast They plan to be away
Mr sad. Mn Wilbur Stokes of
for several week Roy Lundy Opens -
Fayetteville. N. C.. are here for a -
I to *H"fr c H-w "fr "e"> 00. I 'DCo+H oDe 0 C
.visit with her parent. Mr. sad MrsC New Electric And
R. Vara4e Roy Donald Luady who has been
spending the summer te Chicago Plumbing Shop

Mr. Mod Mrs Roger Weeks aad at an electrical school finished his t Saleof I

..... daughter Mt last Friday MHd ''I course and retaraed home on Monday -
Donald Lundy, who completed -
weeks vacation ta I of this week Richard Bran I Roy
a two-
and Kenneth Farnnm who accompanied a coarse in electrical work
Ii.hetb Beach DelMr (I" I Iia this I f
I him to Chicago will remain Chicago last week announces
k: there to take an additional I week the opening of an electrical
sad Mn D. C. Gorman retaraed HARDWARE ITEMS
1 the
repair and plumbing shop ta
f .
,I coarse te radio work.ad I
bat week from a vaeaHeaM
I his I
[ building recently erected by
*.. povats In North Caroftoa a
. father P. K. Lundy OB Avenue J I
' Virginia I friends here will be pleased to I at econd Street His father will Hundreds of items now on sale at radically
learn that Mn Daisy Yoder who
i ; ; be associated with him ta the i reduced prices
E George Sk"R Yow". was stricken with a cerebral bemorrage bmiaesaThte .

of the L. S. Nary. \\ahta,taa",, at her home in West Palm Mock
modern concrete
Most of the smaller items have been placedon
week and removed to a
D. C.. are rotting friea4 here foi Beach last has adequate living ,..,-
building
a few days w Idle oa leaveMr '.*..... ha sufficiently recoveredto tera on the setnad floor which the tables in our store where they

return home bet win be confined Laadys plan to occupy ...--. Sufficient i
! aad :Mrs. An TtUery aa4 to her bed for at toast two months space to provided oa tM11'OR" may be inspected

cMsfcrea> of Oat Creek Goto. pun I Her daughters Mra K. J. Baumirardner floor for stocking plumbta* :
M leave fr their home Such,I sad Mrs. Cecile Brooks were" aid electrical supplies and asses- ''l Come in today and take advantage of

r after a couple of week visit wttiMra t I with her for several days. lacy shop work. these bargainst'ai'Iduson's

t nUer,', parent )lr. aDd MrsDavid
Shaw PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS I I
Norton To Open

i I Service Station I


1 Here On Monday v| "The Complete Store" i

R FOR. . .
!10 ..i, :inno.nounnt this week V .. .. ..
>*M* **MM4<444-H., : :+: o------<<-oo :<< )
e I \\ B :Ni)non. Jr.. eats he wi:' open I

Motor Winding his service station next Monda in l.r.
: the new and attractive building h-
the highway ate" ; X
has erected on i i

;: Plumbing Supplies, andstreet. ; ; t \i.: \\ II 13IOOU itt TOll
The building; te designed for u- L :

: Refrigeration Service, I as the a garage garage will and DOt service be: immediate station but' Ij .tI J .1.11.'i'I:1 Ili''lllll ia.iUlj- it

put into operation Mr. Norton _Y1I.I :

t Electrical Wiring & Repairscome because of the difficulty of obtaining .
I equipment Gulf Oil products t dsm.ie Mile l'd arts ul p...e+wl .4 .j)0 All() '+en+i9iid :

will be sold by the new ...... Iu.....ra+la Isla( JO n. no met ynf a a ft4fu ,.8 M pas 8' eraw' it
toLundy's This new business building to a
two-unit width Qaouet4lt'leeel i
t C buildin lttv by eight feet and to I )MM JKMI I* 4

faced with concrete block which tam! 'ir Aepew "JJJ+. ,'''NCf i V H .l.-u.1 st u. i
Plumbingand have bon finished ttraettvety Ia

char stucco --. I : Augdwo3 :)!-I1)13: UA1H JOOl\l aq j iI

Electric ShopR. I Bass Fishing I:&: sasus-mi a.ia lib MHi ru.MN :Yuf.Ie s w, ..... 14111 ,


I Continues To Be If I

D. LUNDY, Manager i Good In Lake ..e.i .

dn Allis! 2UOJAV SI PV *!HJL

I Bas fishing ill the area coa-
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( I
Now Open In Our New Building I tinned good over the past weekend -

I with several raagrti-breaking I MOUH: aM 'SA '
Avenue J at 2nd Street I catches reported. A "'d-It string
reported at the Boll boa camp
this week was haabam fcy on* which :

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FAIR OUTLOOK: *"3 WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS r I I


Corn Prospect Plowing West 'II I
y AJ July entered the Midwest's up May i i\
agricultural scene with a gush of
warm air and sunshine, prospects Truman Signs Scores
appeared reasonably good for a ,
ir-iled crap of corn in Mince iota I
and South Dakota this year. Discord Marks Paris

However, in those states, as in the
Released by Western Newspaper
rest of the corn belt, a long periodof
i EDITOR'S NOTE) Wk.. .plmlm *r* e: rt ..i !. th t
favorable weather conditions Is t Wtiura Ncwipaaer ITalea'e aew, auljtl* aa/ a.! : :. : :
most essential The frequent, heavy
rains must stop in order that satu-
rated fields can return to normal.

Planted acreage of corn la Min-
nesota and South Dakota Is about
equal to that of last year, but heavy
losses have been Incurred as a revolt -
excessive rain. Most observers -
free that while the growingcorn
crop is two to three weeks behind -
list year it still has time to
stage i comeback given favorable


veatr.tr.Such a shortened growing period,

however, may result in reduc.
yield Also, growers in the two
states are report in the pact year, to planting corn
requiring a shorter growing period
than formerly. Therefore, while the
corn hay mature relatively earlier
TWO-DOLLAR WHEAT
than formerly, it will do so at the
expense! of a smaller yield an acre.

TREMOR: I Return of Dust Bowl: !


St. Louis Rocks Thinking men-experienced ranchers,
in the West-are looking worriedly ahead to a
It began with a low-pitched sub- I ed dust bowl because transient farmers are
terranean growl. The earth trem-
bled gently for about 11 seconds; i of acres of virgin range to plant wheat which
sidewalks cracked; here and therea I dollars a bushel.

chimney toppled; in hundreds of I ..
Und th stimulus of the two9
e
homes
dishes slid from shelves and
I
dollar wheat buffalo is beingturned
grass
pitched to the floor. Then
with a DISCORD
"harp bump, It was over. over at an unprecedentedrate
II and the prediction is that )
St. Louis, already partially flooded when it quits raining the dust bowl Paris
and Imperilled further by the '. will stage a savage comeback. Latest

ominous Mississippi cresting at I The West again has become a ing areas of '
9.18 feet, had experienced its first :
harmony by
who
paradise for speculators are
earthquake since 1939 and one of tional
: buying up land for $15 to $25 an
the worst in the city's history.No have all the
it In wheat. One
acre and planting
deaths or injuries were re- good crop will pay for the land and discordant,
ported as a result of the temblor
I' besides. ony.
leave them a good profit
which was felt for a radius of 80 Suitable primarily for grazing, the It was
miles around St. Louis. British
land normally is priced at from $2 ,
Although they received a miner I to $10 an acre."Suitcase sentatives
shaking up the levees holding back farmers" roll in with Marshall's

the worst Mississippi river flood In I their tractors, plows and drills, put
108 years remained undamaged and in a wheat crop and then leave untilit M '
intact. is time to harvest the grain. No
Angered 1
one stays to check the inevitablewind
SUNK: his I
erosion.
Sea Power I The current world food shortage shall Secretary !
offers some Justification for expand-
Striking members of CIO shipyard 'I' ing the wheat crop, but it would be distortion
sian claim
unions along the Atlantic and difficult to maintain that rational
I
Gulf coasts have dealt a disastrous outlook if rewriting dust storms to help
bow to America's position as a ;! caused a recurrence of the mass are
maritime power, it has been i ruin and exodus from the duet bowl tives. He proclamation.'I
charged by Representative Weichel of the 193fl .,. parison :
chairman of the house maritime f r efforts for (

committee. I I RElBILL: I .

Weichel asserted that the strike
Lesser Evil
)
will discourage: and delay indefinitely which went .
new ship construction, and Acidly pointing out to congress deepening :
further will have the immediate effect ,, that be was only choosing ".thei and the j s
of halting work on 55 ships | lessor of two evils," President Tru- Conflict ,
which are either being repaired or i, man signed into law an extension of sues j 1 j
Converted for first-class service modified rent controls until March 1. Soviet I

The strikers 120,000 of them, 1, 1948. 31.
wire demanding a 13-cent hourly He charged that a basic weaknessof by which j
a are increase. six paid 1 ilidays' the act was the controversial provision could
_and a three-week paid va:,ation. permitting voluntary agreements gram on
between landlords and ten- Europe I
Just Friends ants to 15 per cent rent increases if Secretary I :
the landlord gives a lease running by I

through 1948. Georges I ,I
"This is voluntary only so far as draft a I
the landlord is concerned. Many ton
tenants, however, will feel that 2. I i
there is no choice," Mr. Truman emphasis
said. aspect of !

In a stinging, 2,500-word messageto Britain I,
congress, the President called for stressed a !
r an investigation of the "real estate Europe. I
lobby which he said had pushed Result is
the ball through. He attacked the France i
real state lobby as "this selfish out Russia 1
and shortsighted group" permitted"by four-year

.t its brazen operations to block of self-help,
programs so essential to the needs ing for Anu
"
of our citizens. plies.
:F Under the extended law. Mr. Truman -
said, millions would be faced
with substantial rent increases.
49th Star
WORLD ARMY: The :

.t Figures Given another

Members of the United Nationssecurity gain :
the Most Rev.
His Excellency, 49th state
ercnd Dr. Mar ramous, arch- council regarded as a '
bishop of Trivindrum. India, enjoys heartening advance a tentative recommendation 'I favor of :
visit with baby Claude, { by the military staff islands as ',
youngest of the prolific Dionne committee on numerical strength of I Senate
world force.
t a police
also includes
family which quin- ing this
tuplets. The t\*. met in Ottawa, The group stated provisionally :::
i that the security council should unlikely, :
Canada.
have a basic force of 3.800 warplanes bill approved !
BUYING POWER: I( SO division* of ground mitted by !
rington (Rep.
i troops, three battleships and six :
Decline aircraft carriers to enforce world able the >
Sharp constitution :,

For the first time in many peace.Hewing to the line, Soviet mem- ernment.If .
months, a marked decrease in consumer bers of the military staff committee the bill
purchasing power has be- declined to make any suggestions. ate and
come evident, it was revealed in a I holding to their contention that the ident, the
monthly survey of "real income" I
security council must agree on gen- must elect
S made by Investors Syndicate, an eral principles for the polke force I to draft a
investment company. before dealing with actual numbers subsequently
Although the income of the average of troops, planes and ships. people and
family at the present time is The U. S. delegation, headed by \ dent
:r, $118 for every dollar earned a year Gen. Joseph T. McXarney, as wellas Another
ago, prices have gone up to SL23 for the delegations of France and : held to
every dollar in the early summer of Great Britain, submitted their ideasin state
4 ,,1946 Thus, the "real income" index a report to the council. Official house :
is reduced: to 96 cents. "Real in- Soviet attitude was that the esti- that process
come" U the relation of income tot mates were unofficial thus havingno would be
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Not sc many years ago. George Tuwil .,,.,,., .
Bernard Shaw poking fun at al.: ,

things American, came out with 41
some unusually caustic comments. pEpOPTe tIN s u o

A number of newspapers rose to WASHINGTON
the bait and howled in protest, but
one editor held his fire until Mr ,

Shaw paid his much publicized Man About Town;

visit to Miami No Drastic Upheaval Thefuhintoa Ticker President I3y PAULMaLWN Capital SceniWASHIGTON.

This editor's paper published a WHATEVER censure or Tru-: .aa ".as throat tr__!:.Ie. SAFEKEEPING
of the -
lengthy report arrival ot
depend- Due to the i ot, dusty Mex trip His
-When of State Marshall
Bernard Shaw. Mrs. Secretary -
George
Mrs went to this dinner, Mrs. ing upon the point of view medJCO is giving f.r gargle rou Our Bumper Crops Won'tFill moved into the M. state department
:Shaw
from of the Taft- tines-which irks him mere than Europe's NeedsWASHINGTON the
Shaw attended that function, Mrs passage building formerly
Taft Krug is to beufeed"
Shaw said this and Mrs. Shaw that Hartley labor bill, must be Secretary He war department found next to
Then at the bottom of the long assumed by both parties. The via kid glove shoving. The American i his office a giant safe The huge
will be told that if be wants to run
article was a casual after thought: measure was festered and pushed food supply and foreign need tine air-conditioned vault was designedto
'Mrs Shaw v.as accompaniedty through both branches of congressby for president in 52-he should quit" created just about an insoluble situation keep the nation's most secret
the now and keep his record clean. We to in military plans. Marshall a practical -
her husband George Bernard Republican party leadershipand are trying put a peg ,
LaFoDette will be oSeredKrug's
&...., a "writer." it was vetoed by the President an abyss man, who, unlike some other
cabinet Inner Cir-
But it was those same 20 southern post Our crop prospects are good, people, believes the war is over,
Democratic senators who have clers tell you that Xr Trumandoesn't but not anywhere near good figured there were plenty cf otter

worked in the past as a coalition want Burton K. Wheeler in enough. Our wheat outlook is places to hide secrets. So if you
CLASSIFIED with the GOP senators who were his cabinet-so you see the news is bumper but in a way it is all drop into Marshal's office at about

getting better The big turnoutin sold. We will have ample for i 2 p. m., you will find, not war
DEPARTMENT -- Washington for Wallace was because ourselves and the rest will go !i secrets in the huge safe but a comfortable
;c# : of, not dpitetfce attack of to Europe. But ear carryover cot with the secretary of

a tie American Anti-Communist as.sc from last year Is one of the i, state spread out en it. Marshall believes .-
MISCELLANEOUS ;.at on They did bun a favor bee
z smallest oa record. The ayerI I in a minute> nap immediately -
?y _-e the public is hep to the fact lunch. To this Mrs.
after
age yearly holdover runs from I ,
mm57mIJ t ..f being anti-Red isn't enough 154 to 300 million bushels I! Marshall attributes her husband'

Y t otta be pro-something besides whereas we have only a little I, ability to remain relatively fresh

REPAIRING ::: .- bank acct. over 75 million. 10 our normal j I despite the hectic war years.

bin is about half empty. !I APPEASING LABOR Republi
Br .1I-AII Maaq-rraar.M..d..... Up until a few weeks ago the On the other hand our spring i j leaders worried their
riot'".wr It pct, v..tek I..- aa are over
own...ate. u w..t ...ha........nls.h. "'strictly confidential" testimony planting of corn suffered dismal destruction alienation of labor-so much nut
.claw s.:_k..._....._.... hush bosh re- sa
n iratrtfnm wtii Npw nor vmidL s-p.>. and highly from the rain and cold. they .have trotted out one piece cf
:.. lit V*.fu.. putt,OMB It. *a4 xbvt far ports en the secret Pearl Harbor -
-ni nrtTinitrn r BidrmrKU>aoaHr?.f We had a late spring in the first legislation which no one ever ex-
::'- ... K UPAlk ALL MAKES Or WRlFT4Tcms able to pass L.e E.eas...re .r, :: e hearings were stored in the -
w .iMCKrr.iT(HFS.ne..._'. place. Planting was delayed. Then pected to see at this cocgrettfeaalsescioa
'
.. tut_ j..6os.n... .....,. senate over tte Pres.dent vt big closet *f the senate .mcebuilding's came the wet So we may not have -tfce minimum wage act. .
rCIN Outside of strikes
brought __
TIMEMASTERS : &: press ream!
enaugh corn for ourselves and I For months, Florida's Senator Pep-
a1.pas a.e..r kBM>. nos,ILUIIOII by resentment of labor unions. ,
--- -- there cannot now look forward to sparing per and other New Dealers have
will be
likely no upheaval in
S EXPOSURE BOLL Uvelqr and SPrints
from eac:: negat.ve X4. Reprints Jc management labor relat.ons fer Capital Smalltalk. The two men much for Europe been trying to boost tile minimum
MIAMI IOTO M41L who convinced the President to veto FOREIGN MEAT BUYERS wage from 40 to 60 cents an ho-r
several months to col-
*.* ISM. De.U" MLuri BeACk. FU. come. Many
lective bargaining agreements have the labor bill were Clark Clifford, There will be plenty of rice We But Republicans balked. Now
months to run before expiration. his able "ghost," and Gael Sullivan i win ship much of that But a peculiar to appease labor: and to win over

Planning for the Future? When these agreements expire, .. another of the White Mowers who situation makes the meat supplynflexport the poorest paid one-third-of-the-oa- .

then wiD come tests of the law. bothas make sense The next headlines possibilities vague tier Speaker Joe Martin and Sen.
Buy U.S.Savings Bonds! to its fairness, justice and con win be the meat black market :, Foreign buyers have been contacting Bob Taft have dusted o3 the minimum
stitutionality in the cosrts. Employ racket-dealers who will be named supply agents here quietly and wage bill and hope to ram it

ers instituted test sate of the Wag- and indicted The treasury department have made future purchases. Their through congress at this session.

ner act early m IffK sat gat a Sopre has the r.are list made up- :, contracts are subject however, to : THE WRATH DEPARTMENT -
tiC -re court opinion ia M87. two : and is just waiting For .-hatJ diseortumance by the admtaUstra* Ire and indignation
>!
Loy Htfldersoo (described by Bart- tion of export controls Only such
IS Mu years later It may take longer oa have biased around the White
PETROLEUM atYl th.s law ley Crum as "the dashing of the amounts as the government re- House, thanks to ex-court jester
Arab league") is due for the state leases win go abroad This foreign : George Allen and president-

Sf*. Harks Mgori ./ Pest IVfiou department ax this year. He's the ; baying is ore: reason for the recent maker Jim Farley with their
MO RO LINE u>4 the sew labor Law rtmrndthtm gent who responded to FDR's orders price increase of beef. "kiss and tell" literature. Presi-
of s Rube Goldberg certeem. "1 ; with "Roger" instead of "WO- Perk supply is short. We had dent Truman was plenty

remember one,"t4 Staer Ktifort, co" (will cooperate) . Britain's a heavy los in spring pigs, steamed Allen's -
over magazine
i. blob trttmtj ,k i.., *fiet most unpopular man ever here up
With
bucket of tester, ubitb t. turn itttttrktd (Ernest Bevin) is expected m 1 dis- epic" on "Two Years
Truman. The man angriest at
buntb of bedbugs *aJ they
tn turn disturbed banes being u be Washington in September the young pigs and sows died. Farley for his Roosevelt revelations -

Yodora u.> fsleep tn bed *nd lbt person Furthermore, the young sows is Democratic press agent

upon nan i put out.frt tn let next 0,. the Smnmt Suit of the Street: did not produce well. They emeritus, Charlie MicheUou.
bouse Hou'w..Jl lbse r rf.... The Wttt Side Mi pU*.g stukbtttm rarely do. All In an then, pig Charlie's characterization of
checks ignored certain lain of pbytutterttnn .oJ the gotten enl makmg ome-trmt supplies are going to be low. Farley is unprintable.
laws ./ ,_.... tOnJiAmfnJuuntt "
catches ft the,side-et.t ifeeJtng losses Fruits and vegetables will mostlybe
flrefJj *re betng of"fereJ ..d trux. .Tenement cat ...eUrritktptng plentiful and n some tones we NEW PRESIDENTIAL -OICE-
\ perspirationodor tn ttA ,}. bun *vi tbe ten- w fir* nttn trbtn, she will have an excess supply No Credit White House radio adviser J.
r fit/. the netf.Lm.. I t"vrmm bttt m. P.."* tn. Ae chance of depression in these items Leonard Reinsch with the biZ improvement
I parks thtpng nm At grain Jt sight, in President Truman's
can be seen. Nor will there be any
Circumvent Act I Mask "Krf Of signs for ptltnm.Tke excesses ra production of eggs, radio voice. After long aDd patient

One objective of the congres- i: milk, poultry, butter or cheese. Our study. Reinsch found that the trou-
'HeNGf T WAY j;onal reorganization act of 1944 1 I State Door: Joan Crawford butter and cheese reserves are low ble with Mr. Truman's radio personality -
\" a* to curb the DUmber of COBc I (says another legend about the talented NOT ENOUGH TO SPARESo was that he talked too fast

Made witl .itet erns beat, odor ,'e;, rnai committees. It cut from I star) spurned a 10-week theater voj can see plainly this nationis Remsch experimented with a number -
u c.Ytidly sod 4f to normat skinsL -i t" ?4 the manber of standing tour (at $90,009 per) because of not going to have enough to give of gadgets including a moving

lobar rhemirali irritating .::'..i ittK in house and senate A her fear of audiences Think : Europe much unless we start stinting tape before be clicked with the
ults. Won't bane akin or cl.,tluig. i'"-t survey shows, however, that you got troubles Mike Snobs, ourselves Indeed the administration present' successful formula Now

Stay soft uJ creai r g-U --'sad of naming special nmm &- burlescomic is nearly blind-sees ; farm experts are getttag I Reinsca baa Mr Truman speeches
graicy. --. both* branches have named 148 only shadowy images. Yet his specialty ready to urge Mr. Truman to undertake typed in large letters with only one ,

Try gendf Y 'etencc'ts <"t'-l cmmittees have been Phil Spitalny's all-girl crew (WIthout cut down American consumption of Mr. Truman that no station

.3 :-:-n i"pI1r.'enent over the a manager or secretary) earned foodstuffs. He maY wait until later would ever cut the President off
.< StZn.MO m the past aanum. the air no matter how stow his
in the year when the crop prospects
Famed novelist Sabatini's eyebrowsare speech, and that he can take all the
established but
are more definitely
J
:.,,.r o away up to here. )lr. Whiskers time he wants. Result: Mr. Trumannow a
there is every indication here that
I I 1 r N:"ry is told that SM" filed a demand for back taxes the administration win embark on emphasizes every phrase,
,1 : .:f"1 Tailor ef Idaho tre guitar I totaling 10 .....! (Huh) a national dieting campaign. speaks easily rarely stumbles
.
-ir. -inj: "11l.t" of Ute enr There's a west coast radio Semi Now yon frequently read that PRESIDE."TULFTERXOOS

t "' eased t. Ip the seniten i hardt who emotes under the name the exportation of American ', -President Truman was careful I to j
". I 11! because be wnM cave of Peach Pitts
I foodstuffs is what has driven eat no ice cream in front of the
i I 1 vei rcqmred to make a&davtt I II prices up. That is hardly true. photographers at this year's White t
th- t he was not a member of I Hive a Shadier The MJew- Tbe wholesale price of farm House garden party for woundedwar

1 TJV orcan'i2tifi which ap- I lag classified advertisement appeared products has not gone up much veterans- A year ago at the
I prod striking against the JOT1 I in the Albion, N. V.. Advertiser at least not nearly as much as same annual event, photographers i
HOT- e. emment The senate clerk flnillv : "For Rent House the retail price ia the stores. pictured the President sm ill. his
ruled Taylor would not I t mile north east of Kent on the ,
Retail prices are out ef line because mouth full of ice cream while the
flASHES? jl i| t ave to sign the affidavit Tajlor Carr road. Enquire of Philip of the increased cost of nation's railroads halted in a para-

}t holds an A. F. of L. card Sal moDi on Sunday or can Wa- labor particularly. The groceris lyzing strike. As the President

tULCUOOai Women: A"mW4.fOUl e-e-..0'i"-u. pry Dow p cui-ttli I :, terport" 2296 Veterans do not adding in his labor bill sympathetically shook bands with a
fat to wom.a C&UM yoi to .u2. bo apply. We assume he'll hear Wholesale prices of hogs and long row of men on crutches and in

turd s.an.s fe.iunpr. bcrrou Tt. .hlctutruu.a tfo try LTfiU wok.X.: Another Dilenraa from pkrty of them when they cattle are up only a little on the wheelchairs, labor was again nrtr-e

Pinkhtm V..*Ub:' Cotcpouoa Mr When President Truman "rom e- I see it here. exchanges, although the prices headlines. Back of the President'
for.J ttU T. such purpoMlTakca ymptoma. Ill ftmott :j't.signed: the rent control bffl. I of steaks and pork chops are oval study on the neat gray

rf illariy- mkLair*! Coos which permits a 18 per cent .. ; Sounds in the Night In Lind>'s: up tremendously. porch was a group of rocking

.pound..aa.t ittCb t.lp Qiatr.build..Thoua.aas up rwutuc...." crease m rents be was in the same t "Young Mussolini popped up m The price of wheat keeps rising, chairs The President likes to sit
reported b.n.Ctl Alo a YeJ7 .C.ctltoole. box as he was in on OPA iset.> osr Argentina, where all Fascists seem but it win probably settle back there and chat with relaxing guests.It .
.wm.cnii work UTmcIlT8A at the lame time. On both oeca- to have the same Pcrondczvoos" later. Certainly the price of corn I I looked very pleasant around. thoI

l 'IKI8JN'I1I rrsY:: slur, the law was scheduled t. exp At Maestro fUIta]'.: "What a will firm and probably.grow higher }I carefully groomed White House but .J
're on June 30. It was a case of heel: If you gave him your right i as a result of the weather situation. I neither the President nor the country
"1.' P- .dent taking the taw before arm-he"d take it!" At Hansen's Indeed, if you court thl average of ;I: had found peace.

K'i i4 23-47 .,;;' or none at all : "L. B. Mayer sold all his an the commodities destined for MARSHALL'SFACELIFT.
tags to buy 08 the main one" your table this year, the price is not ING" When diplomats tint
Almost a quarter centotyat At Reubrti's- "The Commies are fikery to go down for the rest cf this called .. Secretary of State f

WhenYojur the name of Robert LOn fighting with 1 'heir backs to the i, year and may go higher. Marshall ia his new buiMmjf.

en rue through Ute baR Wallace" At the Sheraton: formerly tbe wit department
Back Hurts- .f roagress. From 1947 to "It's a since t.e British aren't the j! Why Is Europe Hungry? military murals stared down \

1*}-a period of IS jfarsLe Pal a PaJesUBe" At Yank upon them. CUBS tasks belching .
And Tour Strength aDd ; was a member of the senate Sing: "She's a society ptnkofcctual" You hear all sorts cf stories about artillery adorned the walls -

Energy Is Below Par from Oklahoma. Today i the European need for aid. Yet you Marshall BOW a builder of

rt My U aoMd fcy .wr ty AwetM has ymtu" p.u..w and alert be bas perfected i most by congressmen among themselves murals but found the law 1
wsaa M ._____ tr.ty Buy spry there's no biz like show ba: "Altce : was
p.-r!. .... tia.+. -" ... .....W.wbas a global alphabet by in Womtertand" soared into the ) (do you ask them of your I II against him Be e uM not alter

.cU sad lb. bidaq.otterBay _fajJ Ie satt.r cacao II'ea U_IMas which any language in the : click ctossmcation on the wags ef i self'; How much cf the need is i+ them without an act ., es.- .

world can be learned within critical raves But one drama page ; genuine? How much is sloth? gress. So ke has ordered rich ;

ptiM safe, >..MCI..cfc rs,"theM.esaac d ac..... a few days.Congressman. revealed that its expenses are so : Crafty politics How much is due to trees draperies brag over tie
l5 t. I.e ptka. .nr. net for : socialism? How much help is works .f Mm outside Ids own i
show's
a=.:: tr.v..t sad .ra.v ars.tl.a .- high-the profit one : I
Rub 1 .aaztal sad koimjsf Ittbif ... Cbfiord Hope cf 1 week was $1.2J! "Life With actually necessary? office.
in ttat.O. WBJ t* wrwj .tuU Kansas toW the Dairymen's league Father shattered all long run 1 There is no unequivocal answer. MISCELLANEOUS 3IEMOS.

kwaeerh.ar.e.t .... ..., recently that fara:-rr cooperatives ; careful) sifter of objective inside
Tbtrt ko Ie wt..r tD.a ai.rt t..eDo. the soundest approach to 'reports (not made for publicity .1
constitute Road The Bit has will
"Tobacco soon raise freight-car
by
... p.z:.. It te Wttar U rely a effect Eke
M&eiM Ikat ku wOa cemurrviw ipMnl t'?:e solution ef the farm problem ken rur-nasg long enough to rate I the news reports), from rates about $S per ear a day. .
tl.a M.o-et4'.r Ira tsrarablyteem. The tax equality league said sake Americans who have been over the firms
business
.Urn ten b...trial.. MO social security: Piccadilly's Large : no longer
.* Buy rwn. Art MGK all drag other business organizations don't aisle squatters are whooping that : scene shows there is a mixed, poi I hick cf RFC financing, torn instead ..
On't today.DOANS. and are attempting to I culiar. ucparaCeled condition down .
think so Broadway's visitors are simply rip | to the backs and insurance compa
put cooperatives out el bwsmtss wnjt "Oklahoma," "Anaie" and !I deep within the reeds cf Eurcce. i nies. Metropolitan Life Just loaned

PILLS througharious curbs and restiictiens Life With Father" have been ii!i j Johss-Masville 23 mitton. dollars.f '"

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____ ___ __ ttLADES COUNTY: DEMOCRAT .FRIDIV.. JULY 1917
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Twins Born In Attorney General J. Tom Watson hook class. Cal David Whidden of to be deal on account of her absence held at tIN office of tIN dajr Mstl'
of Tall aaeee in an .fite. to the'I i Moore Haven gave his contraption. for more than seven (7) years item on M aad.,. the 2tth: day of J.*' Hrrt
her last domicile at Moae IB (Made*. for the aaraixs of leettstt a.e Galas
Clewiston And governor said that the IqWat1UIevidentl i! made of yellow feathers, hook and i
I County. Florida. You are hereby] br of the City Commission t* fill the
intended for the new districts -( orange sewing thread a good work- notified that the undersigned will in vacancy eawaed bv the expii .itea: sff
Moore the Cooaty Court Howe at MonteHait the term of :Mack .,.ntAnother .
: Haven to be created la some 59 j out. and as usual came in early >n. Florida i.n the 18th jay of I qu(.'tioi. may hi. tdased.a_!
counties now having only three-wan with a limit catch. However.Whiddejfs August 191.. at th- hour of 3 o'clock the ballot fur approval or dieappa*ei )
1' Ii or us soon thereafter as thesame of the levy of an additiooal a4 Va
within six months,
school boards,
Alberta Pearson l -rerx>M colored 'I catch is no barometer of may be heard,; hear application lorem tax not to exceed t rainy PfW-.
dr, mother of tw* other I I and the vacancies then to be filled fishing condition steee he always for the granting of said Hetttma and reeds of which are to be .... __
will hear evidence concerning the I elusively for the eC C
BtticteswsK*
by appointment But. he said bei cornea hots .
children with
gave birth to twits in a limit alleged absence of the suayoaed decedent water control system wnhisi and **"
Moot Haven and CtowMoa on;i cause the new boards will have theright Tick Curtis of Sarasota who had above named.and the -*ire.tance. _- scent to City of M_ ._ x
to issue bond, borrow money never fished the I and duration thereof. C.MACK.
Tuesday and Wednesday July 15 I creek before took You are cossmanded to appear in GRES18.F. .
sad 16 this week and otherwise exercise constitutional two from each bridge on the Lake said Court on the day and hour above D. AUN.
authority, and to settle all uncertainties port highway, and caught his final named and allow cause, if any yu July 4, 11. 1*, 2a. CI
1 A girt was hon first IB MooreBes can. why the acid Petition for Administration
the governor should I two at Harvey Pond Canal la arotor should not be grantedand I
) at 11:It p. m. w the night
have an opinion from the state ra- trip np the! road which took such further proceedings had in
of Jaly IS mad OB the following ; the Administration of Said estate as i \UTII'HThe
..... at 12:11 p. ... a boy arrived preme court on the subject Nut two hours from the time he 1 may be proper and convenient, pur ;;:;
----- left the levee. Tick's biggest baas scant to law. City Re ion Bo... wfll
at the colored clinic .in OewJstoa Continues- J. M. XHJSm I be open at th* City Hall th. OOsaj*!.
The Fishing ran 7 pounds, and eaae war establishing County, Judge. Glades County.July ing dates and hours, at wk .*..
ease was described as most a weekend weight IS, %6. AUK. 1, 9.oTlt I those residents anthorlaed baa m*
....... sad a great deli of credit I ----- record .nd who have vies Y ftCINW.<
goes to Dr. A. B. Johnson who delivered Continued from Page 5))Ia except for the fish OK CUrUeWhitp' I SMr r notes vote to .* *>Bf
heavy catch. Bob Hancock and, string at AUeraan's tIaeUf'xt i t: fit' ELaXTloNOTII'E IB* City Election on Mowday, Jrtjr1M7
the second twin for ear-
saving for the naming of< OM city .
day.Local
the baby. Reports on Thursday Indicate I Charles Blair of Miami caught ": _.jaower:
Sunday morning .-.. : i.. hereby given that ProcU- July S, 18, 12, IS. 17 .- t:.. to 11tt
that both mother and children limit strings early I mat Ion has been Issued and l!' hereby -f r A. M.. I:" to 5-s p. *t
are in good condition. and Jack Merrill ud William I School- published by the City Conunisatoaer IOIS L SHBRIDAN
Knuckles of Tyndatt Field Fla.,, of Moore Haven, Florida, calling I| City Clertt
l a General Maniclpas Election to be, July 11, II.I' .
Digest of Recent did well with bass with two ovei Continued from Page 1) ____ __ _
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four pounds aDd each. with a bag
wainscoting in ippkd grey and.
Opinions By Attorney limit to take home. from Col. Willis Teak district U.S. .I'
There was a sudden slump it I Engineer

General Watson stream fishing at 1 o'clock Sato The lake
level
Thursday was reported '
day afternoon, which held dow i I by A. R. Broadfoot as being -I Get the Habit of Shopping at

Because of the many constitutional record strings front Fisheatinj! [ IS.' feet, one-tenth below the

questions Involved Governor Creek and the upper tributaries maximum height permitted by the
Caldwell has been advised to ask Saturday morning was reported a:! engineers. .

the Florida supreme court for an good, with the bass lying in th e I The bI

opinion on when if at all. to appoint deep holes near the bank, and responsive

118 new school board members to small poppers, flies an (l\..I.AUK('OI'\Tl'l'Ol'TFLORIDA JI'IH.tr* t 01 ItT I **F mU7I I Fort

under the new school) law. band-made lures In the cork an d

a No. 2e! I pt. Myer,

_. L H -- RE ESTATE OF '
I Edward Deceased.Coldttein (Gordy). Store" FU.'

\OTI( E <>t' I>TK>TIOTO HIRE
rrucTio FOR HL
THEATREMoore DIICHARt.K I
GLADES NOTIt'E i. hereby given that I have ;
tiled lilT final report and: petition for
Final Dlscha-ge as Administrator Easy Terms Purchases MoreBUY
$10
cum teetamento ann xo de bonia non on or
./J. the ..state of Edward Goldstein
Haven : : : Florida 22nd(Gordy) deceased: and that en the FROM OUR C.\T.\LOO-Onr 100.000 Items
day of August 1 47 1 will apply
to the Honorable J.: M. Couse, County
Judge of Glades County, Florida for .
Approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator r t.
\TURD\Y OXLYJI a' d' b. n of the Estate of Edward
Goldstein; (Gordy). deceased. I II
IMY WAKELY in This 15th day of July. 1J47
KRl'CE L BARFIELD.
I Administrator c. t. a. d. b n
"MOON OVER MONTANA"SUNDAY of the Estate of Edward HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
Goldstein (Gordy). )e.1
MITCHELL D. PRICE. Z\UINli.
FLORENCE & BARFIELD
Attorneys for Bruce L. Uarfu'Id. "W MILKAnd
and MONDAY Adm. eta. d. b. n.
July 18 25.: August 1, 8.
GARY GRANT ALEXIS SMITH

"NIGHT AND DAY"IN irorTY('OI :>TT., InGF'OI r'LORID.'COrnT. GL.tlE'. Other Alba Products


TECHNICOLOR E.(at. nf John Honey DeC"'t'lt I AVAILABLE AT YOUR
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thit
on the ISth day of August. 1M7, I
shall. apply to the Honorabl. J. }r. GROCERY AND
TUKJ D\Y and WEDM "I>.\Y louse ai Judge of said Court of
irbate of Glades County Florida for
final discharge as Administratrix of ;
BETTS DAVIS GLENN FORD the Estate of John Hoser. d ea1IPd. DRUG STORE .
Sty final report and application for
final discharge are now on file in the
"A STOLEN LIFE"TIUIIMHY office of said Judge.
ANNIE HILL, As Admri.
July IS. 25, Aug. 1. I.I LFARCREAMERY


and FKIDIYLAUREN % THE roi RT OK (' nTV Ji U(:K.
ri.tnR roi'\T". !'TTIOF

BAr ALL CHAS BOYER I M.01(111 GO.

Eltatof Katie! Robln.oon C..kr. I
'CONFIDENTIAL AGENT" Th State of deceased.Florida I Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

To all persons Interested In th.' .s-
West Palm Beach Fla.ANNOUNCING
.
titnt :>iid decedent you arth n-bs ,
notified that a Petition for Admin-
;iHtrHtion of the Estate of Kali- Rob I
inson Coker has been filed in thicun I
.lileitms that she is b..li-v-d

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XD'HOMOGENIZED -i'i:: .

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GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK
ij THE OPENING OF

Home Delivery or Available At Your



SINGLE Grocery OR DOUBLE or Drug Store CREAM I 1 Norton's Service


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ON MONDAY, JULY 21


..,..m..". n In Our New Building On Highway at 2nd Street >

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n GULF OIL PRODUCTS .. ..

( Sam Helps with ;.


I ) the DishwashingDropped

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la at the Abernsthy's aDd the mealtime chores is sort of At the present we will operate only) as Service Station

Jut the other tn.bag-aDd there a bond between them .'..like sharing -

was Sam out ii the kitchen with aaiprv that friendly I glass of beer together ,: but plan to open repair department as soon as

a*, helping his missus wash when the work is done.It's

Us upper dishes. (And then I one of those little all-important f equipment can be delivered

burned later he'd helped cook the things in marriage

Mpper.too.) From where I sit the tint that

Of course Sam could have seta man and wife can spend with f' WE INVITE YOUR PATKONAGE

ted Into his favorite chair eneach other in this busy world today .

joyed hit eveningias of beer is all too precious. And the mon

aad kit aQ the messy kitthenwort things they can do together the it

i to Dixie. Bat he kind of likes her better. I!

t tompanj-and she in turn certainly 11 I' W. B. NORTON JR.
;; appreciates his help. ,
... 8 "j/f.4.t.J/f. I .
h fact saarinc the hoosswork


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Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00179

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Insect Control ProgramIs Store John Dowd Here From Buys Drilling For Oil To Start ::1




Underway- In County Uncle, A. C. Dowd On Lake About Sept. 1


John R Dowd has completed a '

Ralph V. Wadlow Will)'I Tarpon Taken By- I deal for the purchase of the sundry -

store ia the Gum building from hi!' i J Jnade Four Convicts Well To Be Sunk On

Supervise Spraying ]Flanders On Fly A. C. Dowd who started the I t.
Escape From Berm Miles N. \V.
Of DDT Solution sjnatness and has operated it for
J Rod Down River
the PUt three years u..m t>* (
I County Camp Moore Haven
known in the future as the John
The spraying of Glades Counts I
I Dowd Store
Fred A. Flanders and Bad LeSaeor. -
t home and farms with a DDT solu1tion J while fishing IB the Ca- Since his retirement from I*. S. I Three of the four convicts who Drilling for ell ia expected te

la a mosquito and fly-control looaahatchee River a few mild Utilaide Army Air Corns service: in which I escaped from the Citrus Center rood get aader way ia Lake Okiinmestt

I program cot underway the first of''Ii| of Ortona Tuesday with fly' he attained the rank of captain Mr. I camp Tuesday afternoon were still on or abet September 1. aceaedIMC -

this week aad will ooatiaae ore roda. ran into a school of baby tarpon Dowd has operated a drag stare at', at large WeAneanVy evening and if to an lannnactsasat by Coastal

, approximately. two month*. that gave them plenty of thrills Naples anti ate decision to suture they have been apprehended ahace Petroleum eoaapaay of St. Peters

f This program+ being carried oat I for a seen tsme and Mr. Flanders to his home here and operate the that time it has not been reported. bnrg. The drUtisg operatleM wed

by the State Board of Health ia breagfct one of the tinnier te gaff local bushes. One of the men WM eantnred in gotten under way at a tile eight

! cooperation with the county health I stx-penmier on a 1Ikllae.. A. C. Dowd has net yet made the woods between Cttms Center I'M frost Moore Haven, nod wffi

" unit said the board of cennty COBmissloners. -I. The known his plans .ass tile bt.... tatsays sad Palaadale after becoming a single steam type drill
i two fishermen separated
is under the got a numberof ,
direction that he expects to epee some from the ether but the rig and neeeesary bnildl&ga.: at apoint
k in this connty. of Ralph Wadiow strikes but most of the fish other business in Moore Haven remaining
three I near where Highway 99
went
on to Palmdate
of Palmdale aa supervisor. A crew I threw the hook after a couple of 'I
-- -- crosses the government levee in dose
of three men to each of the two jump The landing of one of where they are said to have stolen J
to Aldermaa's Fishing
units has been hired and trained them one of the scrappiest of all a car to make their ..etTit..,.1 proximity

t Army praying equipment is beingused game fish on the light tackle is LOCAL SCHOOL IS are reported to hare been seen to Camp.
Venus where The aaa oBcea ent wa made. pfel -
considered Qaite a remarkable angling they made ill4wlriftabout
and the solution chosen is that
the c this week In a ...ae'" the
used by the Army daring control I feat direction to Sarasota. 1
I HAYING FACE LIFTDURINGSUMMER War Department. Corps of Eogtaeers. -
work m the islands during the war. The fish was caught OB a homemade i Efforts to obtain later informs of Jacksonville in a notice el

This equipment is paid for by the bug made by Mr. LeSuenrJ I i i turn before going to press were unavailing application for a war department,

State Beard of Health who has bad wonderful and it i
and the spray success with probable that the permit for erection of neeeesarrbuOdinga

materials are also famtehed by tb e'I his bait with the has in the area other three men are now back IB+I and rig at the site men

state agency. The board of countycemmlsstoaers and is one of the most ardent of the custody Since they haTe taken to tioned.

agreed to stand the.I more recent Okeechobee fishing 3loote Haven children the highway it is only a question f
won't know i According to the release ......-
of time,
labor coat ; converts the { officers believe until they
I old school when summer vacation -
then has been made to the department
:Mr Wadiow says that the principal -1 1-- ia over and they return to their : are apprehended. by the drilling company ta
reason for the spraying ia to studies this fall
Crew of car- construct bnlMinc tncladiae -
Beeesaary
control meaqattoes and files bathe MACK GREENE IS penters aDd painters have been re-I seed taak. drilling ..us,

spray will also kill roaches modelling aad redecorating the CITY PROPOSES steam boiler matte engine and

ants cUverfiah. dirt-danbers. moths '. inside and out and upstair!! I II pump houses, tool houses and

and other insects It is not injurious NOT A I down daring the past few I various ether needed bnOdtega. The

to banana or to animalsof CANDIDATEa '(' aDd the reaaat helped for is| GARBAGE TAX TO' site will require a space acme Mt

any kind and protection is given I new school, on the cutlets If not i, feet by 350 feet with the ......-
for at least six month FOR .
tualty.In INCREASE I trop of the derrick itself repairing

The crews will spray the raeidewalls ,I I spite of a J-day delay in getting -' FUNDS 50 by SO feet and 140 feet htgh.

and eefllnge of homes, out ---- materials for the remodelling-\ I It will be on the wide berm be-
door teflets garbage -t before p>iag to pretw the
disposal
areas I".I work was planned to be gotten underway -f The I tmeea the levee and the chasfttl.
and other Inert-breeding spots. Dt moeratu infonwd by I city commission, at its regular '
as aoea as school waa outBuilding some 400 feet east northeast el+ th.intet"M'ctloD .
There is no charge to the individual Let. Sheridan, City n rk, that a meeting Tuesday sight derided
SapertBtendent Don Heod- of highway sad levee.
and the spraying is net compulsory. ir4ltion. of candidacy has Ixw filed on the imposition of a garbage :"
rickson states that '
about sixt-een The site was derided upon outs
Few people have bee for It."I11Lvn a.. city ronimiWowr. collection tax as a mean of raising I J
ever days of the the :
lost time hat been made protect of A, R. Broadfoet of
knowa;; however to turn dawn this.fipportnaUjp '. )Ir. WUlUiw ha+ not badly needed rt"Ytllue_ for water IOeW1st.u
up. and that the work Is about Engineers. because the t
Cn ew roatactrd to If'Ar1tIwthn' or iH" ,control: work, stteet*Improvement '
oL D
9f lieee tevctHniilsa 4lddiag ttr"'-* etsrratnot lie-brit -mr-u a'candidate.Ju twelve day behind ,pow. .... tb .and expansion of uUntie1l. '*-**' r company wished ti user tb& htghi '
c the deist'H.. C. Taylor is In charge I berm. which has the advantage of..
Mr. Wadiow e>f*.t. to'e et of the carpenter work. The garbage collection tax will coj{: being well-drained and sufficiently

a'l homeowners a day ahead of the I Mack Green who concludes hi Heodrkksoa U svperrtotng the into effect on Aagast; 1 and will stable to sastain heavy traffic between -
second three-year term re be billed
aa a city
OB
utility
I
spraying crews and thev will be requested -: modelling. which included statement OB highway and drill-site. Bread-
commissioner this month term replacement September 1
one at the
: rate of S 1 for
to make ready for the visit of doors and windows Toot attempted to diaconraa the
as ..yor-<'OmmlasioHr and the on the each residence
where
tV mo\tag furnIture away from second floor which required ttt. t collections company In the location beee...
next: as manager-commissioner. sa4 replacement are made on ,
a thrice-weekly basis
walls. removing picture aad of window aaah-cord aad, he said it waa not to the bent tBrteresls
Tuesday night that he would nooei t and UfoI' business houses where
plaque, catoadara. etc.. from wills I
the
of government to tee-
be a candidate to succeed himselfSB weights ana.. OB the first alcove j collections are made daily Gar
< overing high-glosa ftmftore I I alt use of the berm.
[ the municipal election to be held changing about of various bags
: ] clnesrooma collection has always before
and 41..... i Danger of Wind Tide
{I la week from Monday. rebuilding... relnforcta bees a free city service.
The work was started wtth tbejsil one primary par.fer which
1 With the closing date for the} floors creating aew book..elfl The decision to enact the gar
lunchroom, school buildings.! space inatalHng water the leee was constructed m tar
and
filing of petitions next Monday no pat baits: collection tax
was made
ttc and then moved to the local'ored at protection of human life and lsrF
plumbing m a section of the first
petition baa aa yet been circulated the conclusion of
< : quarters. Next will come noor. which will novae f a long dmcas- erty" said Broad foot IB opMstntr **
the home
for any candidate so far as to known don of ,
:h" Shawnee" Farma and Kenbow: economic class in the future andrenewing ways and means to holster! action "It is not the potter .* **.

"'.rfd quarters before starting to' The petition of candidacy signed by Joists and the general revenue fund and of i government to permit const.......

..rtt. on homes in Moore Haven.fur ., at least ten qualified electors mast entry ..n. flooring in the aU plan suggested the tax oa the government right of ...
be filed at the ball before closing --.1'
city ,
appeared to be the .
\ that all county homes will most (Continued on Page 41j
\ Jl1itf'd. bun Monday aad the candidate Redecorating ia under way on thesecond one presented

ao petitioned most file acceptance floor at the present time !

of candidacy before Wed the carpentry having been com D\nmTE-R KOI1N j Fire DepartmentHas

New Outlet Is neaday at closing time. pleted apetairs. The work is In i
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Election charge of F. M. Mtnarich who say*I Friends Water GoingIn
Sought For Lake official were selected here win be interested

by the commissioner at Tnanday'h win include both floors inside to learn of the birth of a seven and I' Five Minutes

Okeechobee Drainage I night meeting and oat. and is estimated at approximately I a quarter pound baby girl to Mr.1

$4.000 when completed.
: and Mrs. Amos J. DelaB of Tell I
officials Walls aad woodwork bare takeson i.Ctty. Ind. on Sunday July 13 Mr. I j I The recently organised votanaeer
Little
Pialnage sad representative '-I Rain Fell I fire department nader the ttreetsen
new glowing coats of white. with Detaisie
of Everglades tndaatriea metThursday I will be remembered hert e'of ji j I
(Continued on Pag 8) L E. Fimam as chief is making
Here In Past Week i! as Ins Betty Clayton
Boon ia Ctowieton. dfe- \. splendid progress and at the see*

::used the present flood conditions I end practice late yesterday afternoon -

':. th* 'gladea area which atilt Ten Despite! heavy rainfall reported! 'I had water throagh the hose
It
:.. critical in the sort lake sects in the vicinity.. Moore Haven escaped I Fisliiny Contest To Start InThis t IB five mhiates after the alara. I

:HI': sad drafted a telegram to tbe with a comparatively small {I At the first practice it resjvfaedf I

'orida senatorial delegations aak- amount according to the official I Section On An/nsf l... ., eight ....tH. I
'
uc immediate action on holding a weather report front the Moore Mr. Faroaaj is endeawrteg teI

t:, h rnmeet hearing in Belle Glade Haven Lock. Fred Flanders weather -I : :- I: make every member of the force.
t UetermiB needed changes iair s Plans are nearing completion for aster before (going fishing1trip. I' that
observer gave the following on a > familiar with every fob so any

control by the r. S. Engineers]j readings from the rain gaage for a fishing, contest to be held laOewistoB The places of regiatratioa will'!i one will be able to step te ta any
and to do what is necessary to eb- Moore Raven and vicinity I
the
weak. capacity. The poettton taken an
be aaaonnced in next ..'
j
w.
daring the entire month ofAngnst. paper ,
t'n emergency anthertty for seal It" '" 11, .3. inches fell between together with farther details of the' track determines the Job t*> W de.

:rg the Para Bench Canal an! ,. ':U p. m.. the 12th shewed The contest which will be known contest and the August mane [I j T1te driver acts as pomp man., theo
-< flood control ...Jet. { I
d n>
rgeacy seated the driver itcH up t
.!. ..... Ne rak* en ee aa the "Okeechobee Mg-Month UnasContest" the newspaper will carry a complete maD by
The telegram contained the sla> .
; best
the blue and determines is*
g the IJth, bet -C9 nnhss were reported is scheduled tentative accent of tlaepr'IHe offered
by
: ,'U TPS of eighteen prominent method of fighting it. ta* two IBelloa
fer the 14th and M for the i
i, plans now under renaideratton to So far only individual prises have
'-a-:\age officials. the right side of the rear platform
IS. Oa Jury 1C the reading
paste been
get under way at snarfee August 1. arranged, including Making
\ committee was also appointed : : are the nezsle-mea. ek.I .