Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00201
 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 25, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00201

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j I Decision Of Court Is Arthur Barron Buys - i Waterway{ Closed ;' ITo I

I | Pollard Building

11: Awaited By FishermanCircuit ;: On Avenue I i Navigation Friday- ;.

The uncompleted frame and nheet-
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Judge of Leon
Iron building o* Avenue I *t S ec- Full Discharge From
Ponders Evidence of Lightning Stuns ond Street BMWB as tie Pollard Woman's Club Seeks

Local building bit pwchascd from Mr Locks Required To
Hearing Tuesday Pollard several meats ago b> A Roadside Park
I Lower Lake
Schroeder has tat sold to Arth.r LevelAll

bolt of lightning om Tvesd.y I Barron who ,laa* to begin Improvements -
The suit brought against the I Tie Moor HaveWow.1 dab -
of last week at Way.. viUe. N. C.,: M MkS which will -
State Board of Conservation by the permit bas already gone Into artto to try navigation tftrowch th* Ca-
State Game and Freeh Water FishCommission I not only Interrupted a golfing four Its Barren ase as a btjstsjes bnlMta and obtain as of the road Me parks II IooI&lIatcll..m.t.W&,

In Leon County Circuit some of local players bat knockedtwo I Mr. p4 m to construct'a beta* planned IB the state to b* WM suspended lat Friday Bight oa

Court them twotory concrete block building built maintained orders from the district U. S. En-
which seeks to enjoin the of oat temporarily and asid by the State I
salt water commission from exercising almost killed their caddie I ia front of the present "bslMI,. Road D*,artmeBtABBovuceneBt levers office to order that ai lock

jurisdiction over fresh There will be two apartments on WM made at Ue I gate could be left open and fall
water I
The foursome was composed of I I the second floor and two storerooms
commercial fishing operations Thursday meeting of Ute club that discharge obtained from LakfOkewbobe
E. E. Kelly. C. V. Parklnoa. Foy I, on the first floor one of these .
was heard on Tuesday but local Cleveland Home a brother of Mrs '*
fishermen still await with con- Durrence of Clewiston and H. I. i to be occupied by Mr Barron with 'I' Florence Ryan of this city who is Continued heavy rains through

siderable interest the outcome for Robinson and the bolt struckone his battery shop which Is now located I to supervise the work for the the week however have nullified

the presiding Judge indicated that of the irons in the bag which I I Construction in the Doe of building.the I. state had answered letters seat by this all-out attempt to reduce the
he would take several days before i new build, Mrs Mutter club president promIsing lake level and the Inflow has exceeded
the caddie had slung across his ing will get underway at once, Mr. the outflow
returning a decision. that consideration would be sufficiently that
Harold Stewart. Lakeport fish I shoulder Parkinson and Robinson I Barron states and will be availablefor 1 given to the location here and that there has been a slight increase lathe

dealer attended the hearing since I were knocked to the ground and use as soon as possible. officials would be here early In the level of the lake which Is saidto

the attorney for the local fisheries stunned for the moment but were fall to confer with club officers and stand at 17.1 or one tenth above

association, R. K. Bell, had entereda unhurt. The caddie was rutted to other off trials. the maximum point of control

petition to intervene in the case a hospital and given artificial res.plratlon COMMITTEE MAKES I. The club is also planning to The full discharge has put the t

on behalf of the Okeechobee association and was apparently recovered sponsor a "Tom Br-Minaman Din canal level here at the highest point

represented by Mr. Stew- the following day i ner" early In August to .-mise money since it was widened and deepened. t

art. Stewart said on his return Just to make the vacation complete TENTATIVE PLANS II for the clubhouse fund auc a committee Flooded conditions still exist OQ

; that he did not believe from the Mr. Robinson was struck in, headed by Mrs. Harry Foster much of the land west of the cans!

evidence offered that the case the head the following day by fa FOR CITY PUMPSFour was named to plan this event. but water Is still flowing from these

would 10; against them but even if slice :I Mrs. Eugene Boyles and Mrs lands into the canal.
the club of player in
H it should he aald Attorney Bell a I Carr Settle were hostesses at At a meeting last Thursday la

would immediately carry the case another foursome and suffered Thursday's meeting which was attended Clewiston growers from the south
to the supreme court with little considerably more discomfort than I II of the committee due to inclement weather lake area drafted a telegram to the
chosen to :
recently work on the city
likelihood that the status quo wouldbe he had from the lightning bolt. control by only twelve members. Florida congressional delegation
project were in Fort asking that a hearing be called I*
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I Lauderdale Tuesday to view one
the Legislature.Two Belle Glade on lowering the con
the two type pumps which are [ trol level of Lake Okeechobee and ,
assistant state and
CONTEST TO lug considered for installation the
)!r. Bell participated In the bear also asked for federal funds for :
Ellcrkaiap, and reported at a meeting -
ing for the defense. alleviating the flooded conditionson
It Is the intention of the committee Tuesday nightat IN the south side of the lake. Ef. 1
of the association OPEN AUGUST 1 TO i the city hall. QUALIFY CITY
Mr. Stewart said to work outa As result forts are being made also, to have 'I
a the meeting city
the Palm Beach canal declared

would conservation be beneficial program to both which the RUN TWO MONTHSClewiston superintendent P. E. Lundy was re COMMISSION I RACEQualified necessary as a third outlet from the
quested to communicate with Max .
sport and commercial fishermen and ike and widened and deepened ace -
Cole representative of this company
carry it through If necessary, at trdlngly.
f and ask him to before ,
( News) appear
their own expt>nle. voters of Moore Haven An emergency appropriation of
Stewart says that a good qualityof With a first prize of a hundred the committee at the earliest possible will go to the polls Monday to $. 0,000 was made by Congress this tl
moment. In the
fish il now moving from the take- dollars bearing approval of the choose between two candidates for w. ck to aid la emergency measures f

to market but the supply Is still Hendry County Conservation Club there will also be Investigation of city commissioner, Arthur Barron wl kh are now being mapped out .
only necessitating negotiations of the Morgan-type pump but It is expected I
less than half the demand. He Is who qualified early Wednesday aBbeartnl has been called for
moving about 1200 pounds a day minor details at a called meeting I that an order will be placed morning and Wm. Mailer. who qualified Aa-rust 4 at Belle Glad to take i
f within the week for two to I
of the Board of Directors pumps
at this time and the A. A. Beck a little later Jn the day. R. evfileot with regard to lowering

9 fisheries are rooting considerably club fated; to take place last even- be Installed at owe. A. Williams ... tltlosed aa a the maximum control level otjhe.,.., It
Ipj... and kith the.unanimous vote The" EllerkaqtpDmp will be installed candidate did lake, ? I
more.There see-Jir.tt****r. !af .. last Friday but not
the' .builders. Is
t Okeechobee. one la Clewlstoa and of the Clewiston Lions Club to appropriate by poweredby qualify. t" The U S. Engineers contend that ,

f one or two smaller operators on thesouth the sam of fifty dollars a semi-die or full-dies engine Polls will be open from eighto'clock I navigation wilt be seriously hand...
and U gear-driven. It has a
and east shores of the lake. For a second price the Okeechobee until sundown. There are I rapped by changing the control

Most of these fish he say. are being Big-Mouth Base Contest will get hi great that advantage the flow over other be reversed types approximately 250 qualified voters level downward and that it is fm J

taken from seines but there are underway Friday. August 1, for a may a few new ones having been' added peratlve for dry seasons that the 1
imply by pulling a couple of levers.It .
more and more traps being placed two-month run. recently before the books closed lake be kept at present control f
gallons minute
pumps a
in the lake. Planned> at first only for the against a five-foot head. The four last Saturday.The levels. Landowners in this are i
j month candidate elected will succeed are. in general. In accord with this :
ofugust, the warm approval members of the committee who saw
Mack Greene who would not policy of the engineers and, remembering ;
Silas Riley Dies and cooperation which the it in operation, Mr Lundy. J. E. the.n too recent ;
accept the candidacy for a third
plan met with last week necessitated -
Frforson, F D. Yaun and R. A. .
& term and will be sworn Into officeat drought years believe that a lower
In Truck Crash extending: the time for another Williams were enthusiastic over its
the first meeting August which lake level world prove disastrous
month. The contest will open at
performance but a final decision on
Near Bartow sunrise. August first and close at will be on August 4. Mr. Greene's to the 'glades during dry years.
purchase will not be mad until
sunset Tnesda 30. term expires: at the end of July. Rains here daring the past week
this conference with Mr. Cole.
Hairs Are Outline" Mr. Barron has been a resident have totalled 2.20 inches with only
well-known local negro The continued rains and
Silas Riley heavy
Wednesday, being
of Moore Haven for many years one blank day
Complete rules for the contest
Instantly killed about noon the nearness of the hurricane sea
i (Continued on Page 4) noted by Fred Flanders, cooperative
will be found In
next: Friday's Clew-
Monday when his little Model A son when upset weather conditionsmay obnerver The fall was measured
Ford truck crashed into a State hlon News which will carry a be expected makes the committee this morning at .%)a inches,

Road Department truck on Highway (Continued on Page 8) I feel that it is imperative that Three Injured In Wednesday morning at 1.21 inches

33 near Bartow.d1 the pumps be placed: with all pos-
Crash At LakeportThis Tuesday .0). Monday..02, Sunday,
who In- sible speed and time required for
The highway patrolman Mosquito Control ..20 Saturday, .27.
vwtigated said that Riley had turn Installation will have considerable I Morning i

ed out to pass two cars parked on Program Is Doing bearing on the purchase. Miss Glades CountyTo

the highway and ran head-on into
the state road truck. One of these Excellent Work Mobile X-Ray Unit Mr and Mrs. .Park Platt and Be Selected At
with broken fan Heenan Platt were Injured. Park
ears had stopped a
belt and' the second car had stopped Probably no other program of To Be Here On sustaining the most serious Injuries Next Pool DanceMrs.

behind him. The wife of the driver any kind has been Initiated' by the when their. car. a Nash se-

of the state road truck riding with I county In recent years which has 26th of AugustThe dan owned by their sister left the
road the Stewart home near William Mailer, chairman
him sustained painful but not serious I been accepted with the enthusiasm near
Injaries. I that Is being accorded the program Mobile X-Ray Unit from tbe Lakeport and crashed Into a palm of the finance committee of the

Riley had wrecked his truck a for control of mosquitoes and other -I State Board of Health will arriveIn tree about nine o'clock this morn- swimming pool association, said last

few days before near Tampa. It I II Insects which Is now underway Glades County August 2i to Ing. night that a contest Is being plan :

r reported and had Just lone there : Ralph Wadlow, who is acting asi I Ii begin a survey In an effort to find Heenan was driving when the accident ned daring August to name ")41.. r

1 Monday to bring It home. The fatal i contact man for the spraying program all cases of tuberculosis. With X- occured and It was evidently Glades County" who will be crowned i

j crash occured on his return. I said he was told by a color- Ray It is possible to discover the caused by one of the coil springs at the next swimming pool dance i

+ It U understood that the bud! ed foreman at Benbow camp the disease in its early curable stages under the front of the car bouncingout which bas been set tentatively for z

will be returned here for burial. day after the spraying was completed All residents of Gladea County on the rough road allowing the August 21.Complete.
there that "there slut a who are IS years of age and over fender to drop onto the front wheel plans have not as yet I

Neighboring Pastors skeet' In camp" and many have will have an opportunity to get a and throwing the car out of con been worked out but will be announced i

been the reports of the success FREE chest X-Ray. It is no longer trot next week. Probably bust- ,

I Once hoolmates which has been met in ridding necessary to undress and approximately The accident was fiat discoveredby i ness bouses .'In the various county

homes of roaches motbs flies and 100 to ISO persons can be the Security Feed"truck which communities will be asked to sponsor I

ministers- get together ether pecta. i-rsyed per hour It does not hurt was unable to pass on the narrow I candidates and votes will te soldIn

When two fashioned gabfest.1 The spraying crews rooted: Into and confidential reports will be sent road. Ted and Felix Ussell n ut blocks of a hundred each hun

for a good old happen. Rev. town the first of this week and began to all persons X-rayed. came by arranged pillows ia the I dred votes entitling the purchaserto J.J.I

almost Moore3 anything may of the First! to shoot their DDT solution Into Everyone is urged to cooperatein back of their truck and rushed the a ticket to the dance. Standing

John pastor Moore Haven and t i cupboards, closets, over walls making this survey a success. trio to town where Dr. D. M. of candidate ;rill be announced

Baptist Church of of the' and garbage disposal areas and out Tills service is mad available to Draughts gave first aid treatmentand weekly bat the winner will not be

Rev. John Lively, pastor Pabekf'e and from hidden crannies came countless you by tbe Glades County Health advised that they be taken onto known until the alght of the das

Episcopal churches of made that dis-I Insects to stagger crailly about Department in cooperation with toe the Clewlstoa Hospital. She 11'11I" crowned at formal I

CKwlston. recently for t time and the tarn up their Glades County Tuberculosis and Park sustained a terriMe gash In ceremonies aDdlI.. other candidate s

covery. In World I Health .Association. the head and clown over the face will act as her ladies In wait

Both had been served chaplains In the Esro- toes.This program, following the two Miss Ales Ray field health worker and a badly cut right arm where inc.

-War II. Nt one the Other ia the t airplane sprayings of the community of the State Board of a. was thrown through the windshield -

peaR theatre and the discussion with DDT dast has mad the Jackaeavttle. war here Healtb'l but hi. Injuries are not believed DAUGHTER DORY: j jMr.
.s Pacific. U4 bHa: lacldeve of tll.s sad mosquitoes lug with arrangements for te a pot I to be dangerous., He was

.0- they dUcovered CbapUlm'i that the. School. b.l"8 probably the smallest in the Bearaaee of the Mobile X-Ray full. very weak:front lass ot Wood upon and Mr. ,. Heradon are

duanaatee U aarin \lIelr summer history of the community. arrival at the hospital Mrs. Platt the prond.parents ot a baby daughter

Harvard University chaplains.. U is believed that the heavy and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ball and I had an lajgred ankle either badly bona Sunday afternoon at 3o-

basic training period of aa the same frequent rains would have made the children, Breton, Grace and Dorcas" sprained or a broken bone while I garland Hospital In C1 lI'l.ItoL The

Although members school neither mosquitoes almost naberabl had left Sunday to spend a couple of Heenan received only minor
class la the acme otber'a present. these programs of control not hell week at their former home IBDotaaa braises and was alright After' thirteen o.._ aad baa been same
of the
bad known initiated. Ala. being given first aid treatment Donna Rae

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T n&ifwilE 1 A quit with answers offering .
I Seeking to tech a beady-eyed

Has Mother or Husband First Right? I chimpanzee to play tennIs, a great .i'O"'UED information on various subjects J Jt f ,..fl
psjcluatnst took the animal to a s

B.U Syndic*!*.-WJfU Feature I squash court, where for 20 minuteshe tiwwwAA-.-AAI wAAAAtiNe>wwwm -e--.ywq-on.m.- '$

banged the ball against the The Questions The Answer '

walls of the court running madlyto 1. Can a moth fly far? 1. Certain varieties of the Black ..

retrieve it, tripping a couple of 2. What is the English name for Witch moth fly from Central America .. _,
tunes, and once bashing his fore- the game of checkers? to Florida-and sometimes at
I with the racket 3. The Uranium atom was actu- far as Canada. '

1 r II The chimp watched without mov- ally split for the drat time in 1I.Lat 2. Draughts. _f
icg. Finally the exhausted psychi- year? 3. In 1934, by Enrico Fermi a,
I atrist put the racket and ball within 4. What vote is required to limit the University of Rome. : .
I easy reach of the animal left debate in the senate? 4. Two-thirds vote.
the court and closed the door be- 5. Can fish taste? I 5. Yes and they prefer certab
hind him. Then he knelt and peered 6. What names have aH Danish tastes and dislike others.
through the keyhole to watch de- kings had since 1513? 6. Christian or Frederick. Tb
velopments. 7. The largest known mass of I new king is Frederick EC I-
Glued to the other side of the keyhole coral in the world lies off what 7. Northeast coast of Australia
(Great Barrier reef 1,200 miles
was a beady little brown eye. coast? )

w ''i ia )/' New Booklet Containing Important f r 7ASTIR-SMOOTHIK!-

Information on Proper Care of Baby ;

THE sun is one of baby's best .J: o ate n scut ts httftNGlg Ibtafr

It helps him build /, \' BLADES
straight bones, strong muscles. ]
Even few
a extra minutes cl unsbln
may r tkin. Be sure
his eyes ma baths - - j-
Sunshine houla not enter the eye Want to rear a healthy hippy Read the Ads

Careful Sunning !Is -- -

Good for Your Baby

"Ilflwu,11I enci to nt in her. t... nuTs Up, and her metier nuili tucb I baby* Our booklet Ne 203 can help t 'u. a.e
Kent bas ihi bas not done tt ncc. II Advice on feeding bathing. toilet.training. i
EAGLE BRAND I etc, from both to one year SendS "
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cent coin for JUST aDAM s
By KATHLEEN NORRIS Drlitklmm W..r to ( ) Bab* Care" to Weekly oorecar.awssTESTS
Newspaper service Z43 Wet 17tk &&, ewTwai.
women take their hap- ; A SEUISIIfOTlIfl{ New' 'ferk 17, N. T. Print name address
booklet UUe and ho.
SOME in their two hands, i \\'hen a wife mutt decide bttu I I.

strangle it. They take I 'ten ttr husband and br moth

a mallet to it and smash it. And er, sbe it torn bttuttn two I

then they turn around and innocently I loyjhlei, two types of *$ (* *. show that Champion 3.

demand: "Why do you i llelmj's mother doesn't!, Minnj Rente's Firestone .'

suppose George and I are not ubo is the boisterous, uttramjstultita Champion Ground Grips will .
making a go of it' What on : clean to 100% effectively
kind He up more -
"'"' ft
earth"With is .him the matter rmnd with you. him'Never i( steady, sober, i 4I1".WuI101 pull up to 62% more, last I/re/ I*

'w ith me" Women who in other !' ""0' our sort" according to rnotk' up to 91 % longer, and roll .

Rays have plenty of common sense ;, er. NOW that MJHHJ it back from smoother over highways than

women who can keep house, raise : the marines, be and mother byre any other tractor tires. Sun Prcffr/e
children, play bridge and make use
constant arguments oter poltftts
friends yet who are extraordinarily ;
dense about some of the fundamenas { and tierthing else, stuff they Only Firestone Champion

. of creating and maintaining a 'I itte sn the same bouse.MJHHJ Ground Grips are made with con-

good marriage. wants baby, but mother elected curved traction bars. The

ere But as I've blind rarely as Helma come Wilson acrcw! any- \ is furious at the idea, because curves . and the connections. . h ;.

Iklnia is ?3. She married, seven i it would mean that lltlm: would give the bars far greater strengththan

rears ago, a good strong steady but : hate to give up her good job. those on any other tractor

ft haps not scintillating mann i IhlffU doesn't dare show any outward tires. They eliminate the excessive
,it,icd Manny. They had about a I
Scar <)f real happiness together, I signs of afftetton for ..Mjaay bending and wiping and rapid CHAMPIONGROUND

V!,I :i Manny went off with the; marines : whom she really loses, becauseit tread wear of broken center tires.
Helma's father died at about fuels her mother so. Mannyhas
The curved bars into the soil CRIPS
th!' tini and she moved in with been deal cut
I spending a good of
n mother. The mother, inctdctvils with sharp pla..like action. Mud _
tune the homr
lately at of a married -
:dj) had never liked Manny she and trash fall from '
ft i'that he is a rough, rather un- I uoman who uorfs in his of.ice. freely tapered .t. .$ 'i
tultnated type, "not our sort not / He is tiling to break off openings between these powerful : '1-":_

a L "ntleman! ." she says I tins friendship if Helma will do I traction bars. The continuous contact ;-.. a,''''. '" z. . ;:]
Snctanny came borne a year of } 4 m
something to fate her mother out the connected cuned bars :
,(". things have been going badly
"t i
of the with the highway insures a
i t't: Wilson hou* Helma writes ftdureHeliHJ ..
' ( that her mother an4 husband I,. thinks her first duty is smoother ride, A rUM cowoiATiON ODe of the fax bas enabled

I" al says quarreling They differr to her mother. She is in Reno to Oumpioa Farmer William F. Keek, Sun
I 11,;ully Her mother hates to- I obtain a divorce, although anther Like Champion Farmer Renk... Prairie Wisconsin and three eons, XTahetTil-
o.. \'0 smoke and Manny is always bur and Robert, to build ao efficient sod profitable
she nor Minny reatly wants sat and other cost-conscious farmers
.n \"Kir ? What is more serious, the I farm bcui -. Last year, on 1053 acres U 7
I,: l..lowhose daughter describese i "It is"too late to patch things up ...you will get more pulling power farms they produced more than 3 milSoa pounds

: a* nervous and half-sick, ob- note, she insists. and longer life if you specify of grain and Livestock . more than enooch to

tert Ko. any evidences of affection Firestone Champion Ground load a freight train a mile long. Purebred Hampshire
: it t,. rn husband and wife Helms Grips
-, her husband'st long time ago, "though she is art for and Shropshire map earn top awards .
i e t once to sit in your new tractor . or buy
and her mother made such a as comfortable there as site is with bring highest prices. Their bybrid teed corn and
1' that she has rot done it since. i me." write Helms mnoceeUy ""r Champions for your present certified seed grains are demand.. Soil fertility,
.'.! ', :Ilk: of a baby also drives 1 I know all her little tastes and ways. tractors. through ferataaMHi and an cffiocat cattle and
i Manny and I both cried wt>e* it hog plan is high. Last year SO acres of Ferric oats
anV came to dividing our things," bet Lute to the ;'oc, 01 Iniilon yielded 102 bushel per acre. Farm work is

,?. ,..!d i (. rce her to resign It. letter goes on. "but I believe it H n"IOfIJ.., tltif 91 er NBC t mechanized to the limit The Ranks shown below

Tke 'Orher Woman* for mother.the best My first duty w-t* my ... :rtaa. tar ftol'boo__a _cs ... L to r, William F, Wilbur. KoI>crt, John

.. Manny has don tfejt unf r- Mother Cues Sreond. (Walter's son), and Walter.
....t..e thing He is deeply at- -
! .1 tti'! to a pretty yoeog married So there goes another marriage j! T WriU I* Tk. rirsf. lira A R.ia.r Cas,
on the rocks, and there gees the Akron, ORe, far Iei.rwstI. bs.t
'lan at the office He goes to heri aa.r. > aCfcanp
i :"t', and the husband and 4* play happiness of another man and wom- *** f.rmtr WilKum t, Jttak.
an who might have on together
, and the wife cooks
j rummy up
,?,"'ig,.t'ul bttle suppers He is aJ.1 into a companionable and happy
middle age' Helma's first duty is, I
-., .1\ there Helma's mother is sure
of course: not to this jealous and
t. .,1 lie and the wife are carrying on
unreasonable mother; from the moment T
" \ ret affair Helma is beartbroK
she said "I will' her first allegiance -
, for she evidently loves her is toward Manny If she ANT OTHER TRACTOR TIKE
II: '. iJg. affectionate husband
didn't want to stand by him she
. 1-: t t. how can she be mean to +
didn't have to marry him. It might
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i T She has decided upon a s ,
be interesting to her some day to t
.: -.
it t'
find out just how loyal her motherwas
'V.-nin! pleads that be will give upi under these circumstances 35
. 'e* trends he will do any- yean ago. just how much she sacrificed
( :"?'. but Helma must forgive him for her own mother Invari-
*'. n.a tells Helma to keep a staff ably the Helmas of this world stu-
\.: .fOr lip; men always talk like that pidly bound to.ifce rigid wheels of l
\'. 'l r. they ate <<'aul t playing with another WOll\llD. chariot, discover
fare 'I that that exacting mother never
M\ advice to' Hel-ia was to put 1 made such concessions! fcf her own
V jina m a semi-pay home; she has I young days Obviously she didn't
just enuigh money far that. But for selfishness is a deep-rooted thin,.
even if she badn't. I .oaU adviseit I and the woman who can drain the
and let Helms and Many pay youth and life and joy out of her
c7 the necessary live or sit thou- ; children's destinies was just as selfish .
s..:da by dt trees I. said. "Get rid a generation ago
if Mama. You'll have a chance at i! If... women, in the difficult task
a happy marriage od.she'il be no ; of keeping a home hippy under to
n ore miserable than sate is now. I. day's many pees tres, could learn
Put up with the inevitable scenes. only one thing, the most useful. thing
s hen! you %Ki propose >it,. but be of all might to be to gain the powerto
firm place ftef someu rere els. ...odg hurt those we love-be firm with :
:ve Maaur, tsas proof of your con those 'we love-plan strongly and
Edence m,him aDd. your anx.e'>' u courageously for those '-e love face
play (air." the inevitable pangs and in the end a
But Helms writes me back that .. find our relationship with mother
It is too late She is in Reno. and or father, child or sister-in-law
Mama is with an aunt Mama stepaon or dependent. upon infinitely -
should have been with this aunt a more reasonable grounds.



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Wash cloths last much longer Dry rot seldom attacks timbre
and the edge will not fray If trey .>. :.en the air can t .r,'ulatt. f eely: ST
are turned back and stitched .raer ,
on the boards It ;" important .
s the sewing machine when new -i (.rafore to hale gl."J \e-tilat: R '
1 -e- tLroug'wut the hen e. By
f To tiua the attractive appear -e -- .\YI3
j pee of mockmg after laundering Cream won't drip from the 11. U
j t run the iron over the smocked pitcher if you put a bit of unflavored : nounces
sections until dry. then fluff up the : fat on the tip of the spout for
a mocking with fingers. i -.- I an
j -ej Fats cme wader the "scarce'list
Wallpaper eleasr is a good so use care to keep then I a big ;
cleaner for parchment lampshades fresh. Air light ard hen cause it, he'll ;
and window shades. Rub fats : derision ] ;
I to become : ': i 3.j inC'di .
fitly downward in one drec- 3JC A :,'nl: da: ;, ',' 'all kttjt : nobody
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parents approve this laboratory-pure,

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recent contest, a>s: "I food- but then I diacovemd BUB'nd: '
in,% what a difference!". His m" 'I"r : a
.i.r,x< \es, !here,s an importar.t d nr..
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and in papers-has made P.A. the world's Chase."

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GLADES COUNTY I' burned approximately six 55-gallon very pleasant hour at the ] run as large as those in the deeper -'the first of this weelt'wljg- -
drams of gasoline ran three stop where we expected to ) lakes to the north but some better with live bait. -
DEMOCRAT lights, travelled the wrong way up few that would remember ns from than twelve pounds have been While the fish were tad 4'ii.' ,-,:<

MOORE HAVE)'. FLORIDA one-way streets only twice, were In I our old highway days out there entered In fishing eeeteets of bygone four or five poaafec. they gate 1-_:'_
I sixteen: states, ranging in time froma ,I Instead we found any number of years. Harry
littered: aa fcond-cUi8 matter. Mar couple of hours to a couple of i j i old friends and it was like "old bin minnows. --c': -

.Saver. 1127 Florida at the PoatofOce under the at Act Moore 01 days and our car got only one ji 1 I home week" for a short time. Reinstatement Of

Congress of March I. 1117. scratch when a trailer came loose The following day we west on Two CandidatesContinued ,,":
from a car and smacked it while it 1 I westward to Sayre the wife's former "GI" InsuranceVeterans

r.......4 Every: Friday Bf was parked' at the curb in Ogalalah. home and there we rested for fresr Pate 1) -..

TOE GLADE PRITICO.. I.e. Near., which may not be spelled six days before beginning our Jan- of World War II whohare bat was discharged from 1M Ht.r
CARR SETTLE P.NlaberS.h.eri.ti. correctly bat will be forgotten -i bet to the Rockies. We left home!
never permitted their GI lasuramceto I only a few months ago after new ,
- We received a sheriffs press i quite early drove to Aaaarilloj lapse have one week i. which to lag since the outbreak of war M agmaaery ,
card from Sheriff Wiggins Just before for breakfast cat northwestward j reinstate their insurance without instructor of ';
R.,... !I moat tilt _.:: >
and were I' .
O.e Tea _______ __ _ iz.:IeAls we left and were a bit disappointed across the panhandle another physical exaasiaatioa. time la Flurida He recently .... -
the New Mexico line for I
H..,.. - i1.2a3I1rEI4NDERINGS because we didn't get to across To reinstate your taaanusce simply ed a battery rebuilding and rage ,;:: _
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iI I use it. the cops being either very lunch eating oar sandwiches at aad .
I pay two monthly premiums shop ia the Doe Building which he ;',
foot of Mountain. a. extinct -
I I lenient everywhere we wjpnt or Kaplan fill oat a staple three question will move soon to a baUdlag of hit -
looking the otter direction whenwe volcano la the shade of thebiggest it is submitted ea :
fora provided own which he propose to eoa- ,- .
tree IB sight, about six feet
committed a traffic fans pas. or before August 1. 1947 or within atract. -'-:
high Not long afterward we got .
Our route was from Moore Haven three months from date of ..,.. Bred j'
Mr Mailer has ia Moat
oar first sight of the foothills, then
By Carr Settle to Dothan. Ala., the first day; up Contact Rev Joan A. Moore. Haven for several and is -
a few higher mountains and then yean manager
by Decatar. Ala.. for a look at Post Serine Officer of the local
the breathtakiq'grOdeur of the of the local branch of Wehatm .
Muscle Shoals and into West Memphis VKW for assistance! in accomplishing '.
E\er>day we get reminders that I snow capped peaks of the Great post Chemical Corporation. Be.... been _
Ark., the second day almost this form. ''
we 1u'reD't the only ones who enjoyed ; Divide long before we crossed Raton t very active in commaaity attain "_-:'.
vacations this summer; a into Fort Smith Dad then northward Pass into Colorado One snowcapped during his residence here aDd last .'.:>

postcard from Mr. and Mrs. Henry through Fayetteville to Rogers peak stood off to one side Youth Catches Two year indicated his permanence aa a A ::

Randall written from a post office and westward across the Oklahoma and we had decided we were looking resident by purchasing the home .t _
right up against the Canadian bor- line to Pryor my brother'shome ,' at Pike's Peak before a roadside i Tarpon In Canal Mrs. lit. Vainer on Assess K. -

der in the State of Washington as the third day. A very pleasant ; arrow confirmed that decision Both of the candidate have a
one day lay-over there and thenon
far away from Moore Hare aa the fifth day to Claremore for a Last week we told yon about oar I Harry Laagdale twelve-year old wide circle of friends and the me
they could possibly get and still be trip up the Peak and daring that son of Mr. N. L. Laagdale, high
visit to the Will Rogers Memorial on Monday should be an iatereatmcwhere
within the United States; a post day in Colorado Springs we saw as way bridge tender, landed two baby
a must on your vacation stops
card from Mr. and Mrs Jesse Ad- much as possible IB that length of tarpon in the canal near his home oae.I -
you ever go that way and saW to
kins who are almost following our time and drove OB to Denver that .
be visited by more people BOW than '
tire tracks sending the same postcards any other such national shrine except might Next day we drove out toGolden I
about miles and routed -
we sent and one of them even Mount Vernoa Stopped only -
post-marked at the same little town briefly in Tulsa despite the fact << Buddy Lundy out of bed and

Just out of the Nebraska flood zone that we have many pleasant memories had a very pleasant visit He'sattending I I 'K From I sitoj' Joe Marsh.
School of
the Colorado
where we stayed one night; the Ray I associated with that city in :
coder family sending cards from bygone years and west, on to Mines, a ItsMr coarse in geophysics -I

the Pacific Coast this week They Pawhucka where a very good friendis we believe We drove on j ';i"...

also went us one better by stoppingin resident engineer for the State to Cheyenne, Wyo.. arriving there: ; .. "Not Responsible } J
Louisiana to tee the sugar mill Highway Department He was about noon so the kids got to see :'

which, we hope, will mate dabe away fbr tbe day so we arranged to two state capitol buildings in less II ::t. Wife's Debts" l
belching smoke Just outside Moore' return there that night and went on than a half-day From there eastward For

Haven 'I to Tonca City to have dinner with into Nebraska, crossing. the: .

Meanwhile we're settling back another frle&d This visit was all Republican. River at McCook where. --- ,--
into the old routine as rapidly as too brief with both of them but we we spent the night and the last A young nun eamc lashing intothe day he phones me,and says,kind of >

possible but still remembering very bad lots of places to go and the place it could be crossed because Clark office the other day and sheepishly: Ton can forget that

vividly portions of the recent (oor. following day went on to Okla- of flood conditions at that time wanted me to.print aa ad-right ad. Me and ta. missus have everything '!

week Interlude during which we ate homa City and Norman, stoppingfor Tbe next night we spent with another oulck" saying ha wont be respon- all patched ap.And we'r haf- ---_- .

"high on the hog" everywhere we an hour in Guthrie to go friend working on a big flood Bible for hit wife's debts from BOW lag a friendly flats of Veer, right ''__ .

went and added ten pounds to our through the Scottish Ritit Temple control dam at Marquette Kansas OB, as be'.leaving her for rood Im UtI.I ." <__
avoirdupois all arosnd the belt Spent that night with relatives in the biggest Job of ordinary dirt mediately. From where I tit, if yon girtfolks

11Di. We travelled 6,256 miles, Oklahoma City after spending a cannot moving be we used.ever saw Dig for fiftetn-ard dredges I I allowed as how the form were time enough to think thing .

diegel-powored trucks are movingat aQ closed up, and it was too late to over, those Laity quarrels that '-:'
--- - - - > - take his
full speed twenty beers a day ad. He say: "AH right come to often from misond ntaad-

hauling dirt to the fill which to six ill Monday then-and we agreed on Inc will give war to tolerance and :_;_;:_

miles long and 131 feet high from Uonday.Of common rente. -? :
the now line of the little river coarse the forms weren't ;

wbich'it dams. .TMs friend was associate closed.Bat I had kind of an inkling /1

.. engineer we got v well of what night happen. Then Sun c9ce'''IfAUit

I hereby give notice that the partnership known as REX jounced about in a Jeep being ,
THEATRES or REX THEATRES COMPANY has been dissolved shown the project from one and to
the other G,1'1n,1941 Vuiul Slalct Brewtn F0 latio = -
and I am no longer utttlod to rofts nor' responsiblefor *
ibs beifnf The next day we retarned to
Sayrc stopping for a moment.. two

Harry Bauer at Dodge City. tbe bad town of
front!* r dare. and a glance at in-
f.1m Oil!' Boot Hill Cemetery

'_ .. 0- __-. _. . _. Th' fallowing Sunday morninc
Marled home, very leisurely
- - -
1\\ ith .1 week to make it In. the first FLAMiNGO
'nlJbtlIh. a friend at Dum'in "

Okla.. the next with relatixea'

Bowie. Tex where we srort .' mir
glasses and almost nii 'M'<1 &..the

IN ICE CREAM streets the faraJe-halred of Dallas: the woman next unit n '11"atWaaakatCBie. i J )L LII !

Texas with r.>limt's DAIRY FEED

the neat at Shroeport La.. t'.. n-xt
at New Orleans and the JH'Xat

To taste UJy Borden Ice Cream ts to V.w the Tallahassee I
smoothness of This has drawn out a lot longer Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
Jjtu/ymg tuck paVhn ewes II
than we intended but we had to I
. the fr*di. dun tine of cvmcc fruits . I Manufactured
get It oft oar chest sooner or later in Florida for Florida Users
.. the subtle delight of fhvorMg .f rare IB the fatare we'll simply draw on

excrHcnce. the store of reserve sights ands- FOR SU.K IN THIS AREA AT DKHTDRA1\a RANT: IX
redsaess oeeactomaJly. such as our I MOORE HAVEN
.>, Every true full-rich flavor of this Mfcrb YIIIt to a cosasaynKy deviated ba

ice cream is Mended at only the molt aca. bsraado three weeks before bat that I WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

r-kfthed ice makers win ke good copy for the hurricane MOORE
cream in America can I RAVEN, FLORID __
blend it.TMrt'"a.
And if you're managed to get --
a difference you can Utft NateettliF
this far let us remind you that
it cents a Itttle more. -- = - -
there is a city flection next Monday .i

Ask for Come out and vote :
Lady Bordcn Ice Cream It yowffconfcn _u__ _____ ?
Ke Cream dealer's. I..':VO U N1MENTIi
,w: Jack Burkette Buys I

Bauer Interests
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deal was completed las week

\. whereby Jack Barkette bought the Ice Cream-Sodas-Milk Shakes and
interests of Harry Bauer of Fort I

Myers ta the Rex Theatre chain and Ice Cream To Take Home
L becomes the sole owner of theatres r

here IB Sebring and the Marten l\ .DITIO\ TO one KEKULAR nl\Tl-RIN-
Theatre ia Clew.....

Mr. Barkette proassses a continuation tOOD FOODS AND BEVERAGES
of the polity of the chain

to provide the very list and lateet EXPERT ('OOKS-To '
nopare Tony If'aI. Exactly A.You .
pin wrttl available
Like Theta' RestFXi'ERlENCF1)
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Big Bass CaughtAt ncnOl'S$ W.ITRESSU --To .\atlripa"

Alderman's Camp Tour Every Need aDd lisLe Each Meal A Ples cures

+***** sc ,a,3 ,
*+< csc.O.)+p4t

The largest bass weighed IB atAMerssM's

Fish Camp since MrAMerBMB Maude's Cafe
assvaied ownership was
landed Tuesday by two Tampa

tea ponads. two owaces"IT MOST OP MOORS II\\ EX EATS-

.. :'. WIT ron A ouu sroena heard a let about twelve ors 3 A. )I. TO 2 .\. )L -
and fwirteen ponnder Mr. Al-
t' dem an said "bvt this is the biggest Chicken Dinner
c- .. yw /reM .. .. >>i a> tesdj .. dp> ene I've ever weighed la atm Every Sunday

... el be ....... Darga.Jy.etahred ......... camp." --....., t
As a rwle Okeechobee bass do not .c.---,

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1w the roUTH. Baptists Close department Mra L. M. Lily and
1 i Mr*. L.- R. StricklandCerVficate .
Rev and Mrs \\ S Bozeman Vacation Bible were 'preeented to alt rr
f Mr. and Mrs C, C. Klntts and >>rs.1 lIlWr.n' attending and thiny-Uir

If PERSONAL and SOCIETY t III I C. H. Settle were in c w School On FridayThe messes were placed oa the honor

Tuesday night to attend a party roil, children .110.... sated. -

f given by Mrs E. M. Dull for the I two-week session of Vacattaa every sniieax.HRsT TBSBIL
......... memhera
- I '} of the Order of EatenStar. Bible School at tile Baptist Chard

: "'''''''' '''>-G.(.0: e 0 0 O+H-C.x.x :+) closed last Friday and that night MirTHODlxT OflT t: I
Atty J. M Couse was IB Fort )fro aid Mrs T. W ,,*ek*. Mn at the church parents of the children -
Dr and Mra D. M. Draughn returned Carob' St:1tooI-1'M.
Myers Monday on kastneas ; I. E. Scott Mrs H I. Robinson and attending were; given aa opportunity I Ire
i I Miss Irene Sott were visitors In 'I Sunday afternoon from an to view some of the.1 Regular Worship_11:.*.

John L. Singer was a bnsiaesa I Port Myth MondayM. absence of three weeks, two of which haadwerk duos daring tile sessionsad There is a cordial weln,.. ills

visitor IB Pert Myers Monday j I' were spent by Dr. Draugkn in the I i to enjoy the excellent program There is a class ia the Ctaaok
i Arcadia Hoapftal for treatment for every ....
eI I. KohtasoB sad C. V. Park- presented ky the varies dopart- Lay
They then drove oa to their former -
Mr and Mrs Fred J nkw* we taaon rataraed :Monday evening I meat I I
IB Tampa on business over the 1I"1.'e"- from a vacation visit in W.nenille.j home ia Mattteakarg, MUM. for The school had a total enrollment,.: \\.\\Ttin: TO BT 8R"tiES (,f

-t ..N. C. I a visit with relative and oa their of 82 with an average dally attendance i Boa US or pierce JS1 Art Lindd.
I return visited their daofrhter II-
II I -- I of (4 and a record atteadaace -: Cocoa. Fla lttm .
Mr and Mr, Charles! Atwili of t Mra. Robert Abets left Wednesday -.I Mary Anne Bra_< << summer sessions at South
CJewii-Jon; -.It."wtora here Tuesday -i! auwviBc for Tampa to meet of the school were highly rated by

J I Mr Akera oa his return from a Georgia College. Rev John Moore pastorFollowing sitfFivorooa* ....., wttfcx May

I, via t wta big _titer in Kansa KITH EW1\ (.HlOiS a splendid program sad I. or without fanatBfe. .... U M. eea-
FlftrbtT Har "*ll and daughter''I: They returned home Thursday Ic''eaiIaC. a demonstration of work1M I femaom-
rIM MlHUI.I \yFtiii P.SKTTKeith Lilly. Box: 212. Moore Haves Flee
Jo Anne spent the week-end ta : canoes department* tile Sandy
Della I I School rooms were opened for ia-i i ida. ttev erveOS

I Mrs J. W. SestoB and rraiidsoti Ewing observed bAa eighth spection of the haadwork. by the -
I birthda Tuesday afternoon with a
Mra Ida Hue left Sunday for Bobby Sexto*. who have keenatadlaa .II ) parents ii two
party at the knan of his parents.
Bsise, Idaho where *he plans to tke. commer with relatives > be
I. Mr. and Mrs E. P. Ewiag Games Acting u principal of tile schoolwas i
take her future Jae.e. Rodeo Calif. will Theeek
leave there
Rev Moan with Mra R T.
were played te the house and oa Mark R.
I. 'W..-... oa tfaear rotors -..e.I the lawn and favors Ahern as ...... Toaekers of tile -
were presented
W. B. Norton. Jr sad Mack to each of the beginner dopai tmtat were: :M.... \V I LleosedI .
Crone were vmttan Wedaeadayafternoon Harry Neiaaat of Sea gaeatsRefreakmeata T. Ball. Mra. J. C. wiadall, Vase I I
l I of Ice cream sad
taT LakefaM.. lalaad Mffia. lac aceoaipanied by birthday cake were served by Mra Joy Summer*; primary depart neat. Real Estate Broker j tt10a

a group of repreoeatatrvea of a New Mra R E Jordan Miss Bettie Robinson GLADE COrVTT LANDS
France and
I Ewing to Patty flkraa. :
F. Shertdaa of Lakeland spell York BMMflaetartag eoaipaay aadkk Mia Joan Etaertoa: jaator SoeaWk-
Sank ,
Cookey Johaay Seller
Ik* weekend here with Mrs Shert- I coBpaays' ckeakU. spelt. pevera i I Billy Ray Heflia Sue aad SandraSettle. department M.... Arthur HadlevMra 607 Congress BMg. Miami, Fla.

doa anti CfcorylMr days here Jut .M' -ead.J. i Jerry Roberts Paula and John Moore Mra M C. Vowell | WM

Str C'klaod.I and Marion Vowell intermediate W Of
Jerry Walters Clyde
aad Mra Carr a4fcadra H. Dilley u teariag tonight I fnlagthe
Jimmy and Johnny \aan Cheryl
were ta Fort Mycra' Monday for Alivaippa Pa. for a brief racaUoa ;
Sheridan Carol Ryrd and Eugene
sNerasea.Mm. visit wttk relatives sad to I plan
I krter back >>N. DUJey all tile Hadley I each
Ptonaxc H. Ryaa aad MraE. cciUrea wile have been there foratveral P.rL.A WALTER, nn..IIt.lI1IUTlU >. VITAMINXD'HOMOGENIZED L ia-
I. Bowyer were dutton to Fort we k.. '
+n' WITH DIhEH '
Myora Friday willt
I R. A. wmaaw, J. E. FrteraoB MILK
Mra Veltoa Walter entertained
)fr. aM Mra. W. L Batlaaiy and' P. E. Laady F. D. Yaaa aM I. E.
a aamaer of children at a dinner
.Hat. r. E. Laady were ta Fort Scott drove to Fort LaaderdaleTa med
her home Point
at at Liberty
Itrors Friday I 4ay to iespest a type at paatawfclrt Tuesday Iiorty eveaiB honoring the ninth GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK lea
the etty is rteariag to Install the
Mr aid ,7 M. Lilly and. I here for water eoetrol par- birthday of hr daighter Paula I Home Delivery or Available At Your tab
Games were pabu the children !-
..r: M. LafidfeBiat were ta Miami onFrMtf 1 ..... utIill
before the dinner au served
haaYeic Store
aad Paula d nice Grocery or Drug
a pen' aD"ay o
1 Mrs Gladys SttHs and ... Sioa.I .

Mra. Tories Oaeferaa aad tote .I drove' to JarksoaTiUe lest Friday prt'M'ata.Atteadiag were: Cheryl fheridanFrawe SINGLE OR DOUBLE CREAM the
** ors rrteuaed ho*&e M.a4ay night where Mrs Static Ie.spea4ia
and Sarah Coots). Patty
lat Mia Clot*.....B Help t&L I I a weik's vaoatioB TMtta fritadfHer Ot
Qoan Sue aDd Sandra Settle Linda
I M"tef' Pecry.: aceoapaal.d Maiiilis DairyPhone
Roberta Glen Taylor, Keith Ewing
Mr, aad MM, Vfm Milky and theat to Vero Boark to spend tile
Joe and Jerry Walters.
Len F. D. Taaa war .haatatrc ..-'Tweek pith her sister Mr*. Win M. ,

. .an to Fort Mpare Taeaday. ,i AdkJaa uum.uu \NN Dll'HF.KON 176 s, -J

e .
Mr;..... Hf:*. L. D. Carr aad cbM- Mr. wad Mit. JL C. TMterj sad H.. PIITV niKTHUll' 4 ref ,
dMai were hvafeaeas visitors IB M t-I children and 11... Ridtard Roth
rat MoatfayMm. : and Sop Philip left Monday uora- Barbara Aaa Dwpre entertained
lag for their BOOM ia Oak Creek a group of friends! at her b.oll"

Fred A. Ftaktara, spear tIM I Colorado, after taeadiaK threeweekc Monday afternoon the orcasu t,<,

ass w.*k-ead with }fr. sad Mr*. here with )lr. sad Mn David lac her twelfth birthday annlvvsary Be Assured
Following, a period of cam''e! - f P
Wan headers, Jr., kt Fait Laaderdaie -. Shaw sad ..... Fred Van De \elde I
and contest refreshments 01 "
of Lakeport, a sister of Mrs Till-
ery and Mrs RotkMr cream and eake were servedAttending
were Jo .tnne Coust. i That electrical work and red
Mr. and Mra C. at Jaakfeu and your wiring
sea Charles vit.M his kit*her, and Mra. Motion Beyette of Julia Mae Jordan. Cheryl Sheridan
Fred Jenkins and Mn Jeakias re- San Dieco CaL. arrrt.d Saturday Sue Settle Wilma btrickiaad. Carolyn i f I-
Cdflil) I for a visit of three weeks with his Cooksey Betty Jean Hendrirk- pairs are in competent hands when intrust ty i;

mother, Mra Bert Baddna and MrHaddea son and Audrey Taylor f

Mis Exrhn Lyoas Is leaviag tomorrow I Marion to ia the I'. i 1-i ? ed to theJInortr f
for Alexandria. "a.. for a Navy. stationed at SlIt Diego and t BIITI'.T: < The -.\ 1'T .'H RMrs. '. ,
visit 111 i nh a. srkool friend from I te oa exteaded leave maple } +
Aahlt-y Hall. was BWrted Dee. 1C ta Saa Diego
i They wW visit m Koattwky aadTraaeasee R T. Ahera entertained theeaoabers t Ilnrvit Electric Cue ;,

Erefya kefaro retaraiag to of the BapUst young people -
Don Griffith Irene Scott, g
Lyons Milton Adttaa, Boy ....., California ept. S. '* choir at her apartment Tuesday v V !

lad Myers Bill Beach) RoWaaoa Saaday were.,....at.Fort. j Mrs Mark Greeae Mr*. Dan I night assisted Miss with Wanda serving Howdeshell jello.- i And our prices are right. Let us prove it ue

-- { Griffith sad ..... L R. Tales who cookie and pop-eora to Ute gaeatsAttoadiag 8e 8e 8e t
Mrs H. C. Taylor aad ckildrea.Gkn. are attending saaimer sessions at were Mia Bettie Rob I tI i ti
.\.rey" Neil returned Florida Soath.ra college ia Leland inson. Mir MargJe Cram Miss by giving you an estimate on your next job.g I

Sunday from a visit with relatives spent the ek-ead at their Mowdeakeil Mra. Ahera. Jimmy .
hone bere.IIIu.. W. B. Norton Doa Wilsoa Jimmy Cram Marion !
to Bartow Mr Taylor. who was
called to Lakeland last Friday b* : jr who has aIM been attending the \owell Bob King Fabian Jasmine ; Post Office Arcade Box 445
returnedwith summer sessions was forced to return and Rev John Moore ;:
the Illness of hi. mother .
hnDlf" Friday because of nl- ------- -- 0a
them and report that his mo- ,
: and wt11 If unable to rouiplt'r IlU'TlsT UMs: lnT'o: :
thf [ rd' ,on i- much irpr. \ed pre
I The l>apii&t Woman Mi"i. r..: j
0)}I PI.VTJReUpholstering : I -vu-n art Monday niieb: .t tI; i

hunt 01 Mrs W L. "t'tn..ruI'r. I
and ReConditioningof tot ::., Kiml Service t'r,'c'oiM :. I

i -. .I i \\ C rum had rhareti Ito; j Ai

Furniture pr ei .in. huh wa opened 1 I.> Vr: I.I I. I'll Lens.

\\ i.,.\llaniThe theme .f :"f I ..J..n. : Tel! f oolirig
slip 0\Hlx TllMWMt: niori.:i Is t'h:na Tfc* meetiuc:: "jilo -
..td !.% Mrs J C. Swindell 'I' Tom Collins I

Mrs. F. E. Chalker, OwnerL. I Ti,, hosteSS served retreshmeGt-

of Iuf>s and Ink juice to M<-!!' I RI t rIT'S r

C. Miller, Assistant Jutic ..>or". )Ira J S. WtlliBgbaznMrs I j

th'F71)1..1Get Crum Mr H. Etkertoc Mrs I I : f

Mil.1.Fl>:s R1sIDF\CE: : au t- 1. M I.ilh Mr, Fred Jenkins Mrs .

B< ham) Mrs Paal Wilson Mrs I ,{f
-mD--iaii and Mra W L Br'ant

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Two little pate west eat to ;-l a\ Old
the Habit of Shopping at A JOYTO
The dida die. J they just went i
away- i I Fashioned I'1

la"Family I like to picture then bad in bund I LiI
he Happy and sm Uaa. ta somfF..r

l A% FortDept Laad-forvrer ROOM I- ',7..
To those who web left with hotnhearts .\. ,<

lliera, .un OOMHTIONFDIXKTxTUL 'tppmtlaer
Jut one sit.1 year ago fur liRe food
Stor4" FU. I extend sysapatky deep and t-ut

And mar. God bleat sad comfort voa L01.' (.f.: DaIQnirl

-A Friend

Ed Note: The abase. was written .

,c_ More te ... n. of Jw Mark Greene Clewiston InnTHE
Purchases $10 or
Easy Terms on
aad Da IiI Floss wkoae death: oearad .'-

BUT FROM OUK C-\T.\LOG-O'rn' 10WK IItn $ a year ago last week MlCTirS n\B ST MLILL HOTEL


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9DDd. 7notn nq. Altitude 2,000 OhtL QL So?

Prevent Red Uprising in Greece; -
President Truman's
reeeatly appointed isn't
An American traveling in Italyon ( Experience a pleasant
I air safety board has come teacher but when she gets
behalf of his government
stopped at a small inn for the I Hartley Lashes Mine Contract; up with two specific recommendations through cuffing you around
directed at reducing the number
really knew semetatag. ,
night and instructed the native you
i of aircraft accident fattBtiee in !
courier who accompanied him to Oil Exports to Russia Defended he United States ; A lawyer's brief often j

enter his name in accordance with i makes him leof-wisd'ed. !

the local police regulations. Later Be1el.ec1 b,Wetcra Newspaper Union. The board estabbabed in Jane A conference is a raceme i
he asked the servant if he had I IEDITOB'S NOTE Waa ..,Ial... art ti,reIN. !. tact* ..I..... Dec art u.... al after a series of crashes had takes : ef who
I 1r..r. '.......r ti.i..a news ....7... ... ... .......rily .. this uws.a..It-\ 146 lives proposed that: i of a group men sagly
complied. ran do nothing bolt who collectively
"Yes," was the reply. I 1, AH! aircraft ope ratter at agree that IM 4ic
"How did write "."' night under instrument conditions ,
you my name can be __e.
"Hen. Signor," was the reply I be reQwred to fly at least : One posed .f earning N-
"1 copied. it from your port.an- ",000 feet above mountainous
qtttres 14 psMss tt casassM .
Hau terrain and 1,000 feet above
The American could not re'::eber =:. characteristically level territory sense to apply it. i
i T Flirtation is a pre which !
having affixed! his oar U : I
% : Hke canto is tan ***** only I
1-;8 luggage, but the next m i ..;'3 2. 4J1 scheduled air transportsbe
he was greeted by the desk r*: 'k required t* install electronic when nothing is staked that
with "Good morning. Signor '. j terrain proximity: ted eatrs op- : can be atiased U lest. ; -

ranted Solid Leather." e'-aUntr on the radar prfecapte, I

. I in addition t* the aneroid altimeters i!
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T. now reqwired .. aH I

CLASSIFIED trr planes. I Ilm.1ty r Original Stitchcn-

: ; '\ indicators recom- i
It' btne board are basically Ever So Popular) !

to the detection equipment
- .' :. .h Howard Hughes millionaire

_!MISCELL ANN EOI'S ; ;... "e bUilder. bad proposed be in.t.ilei -

At a meeting in U..:.:. r :tea of 200 Vmcrican Federation of Labor i as standard equipment in
- leaders, William Gr, en, AFL president, pledged the organization to a commercial planes The radar de-

finish fight against the T..ft-Ilarllcy labor act Left to right in photoare tl:f-'ors announced by Hughes three

fei& Green, Joseph Tad :acUief counsel of the AFL and \\ liam L. months ago were tested m Washington -
i !LBy Hatcheson, first rice-president of the union. 10 days before the air safety

Mill- "M ..-G..aafN4F. board incorporated them in Hs re-
.. ,,,.,.. ._. .
p"t r- .trIIl"-r.. BETRAYED port to the President
rs R Wt.. ..t low rout Wltb q"a h OW<1et, : : I
t.'I..n-.l'_ws I Further impetus was the air
::::. ;;r nperia..wail I.r-p.fr, )roar watch, t. ... i
.. . Nip Red Plot fine Pact safety campaign when Norman McCoy !
-M> d hm M-TI : t
r <
: :
: .Jtc: illl : of Blue
wb UP A1K Of K Mound QL. president of
Fred A.
A i Ht PUCaFT WAK.HES Striking with lightning rapidity Rep. Hartley (Rep.
:w-t.ere.a.isw r..aa+a..n.. A =. i Athens security police arrested J.), co-author of the Taft-Hartley labor the Flying Farmers of nbnoi, Indiana !
ELGIN TIMEMASTERS : Michigan and ---, added
more than 2,000 persons in and j act, has charged big business
e- '
new 1.13.01 around the city in a series of raids ; and big labor with betraying the his organization's imlnmiasnl]
}MkWl.RH L ('RISTAL R.'Dlo-B"n k designed to forestall a threatened public in negotiating the latest John to the nationwideK.S.V.P. _.-- .
i rs loud and cle..r. with no bat,-""
:: '' Ail rc. ly to pU;. Sent C.O D. I Communist' uprising in Greece. I L. Lewis coal mmmg coatracLHartley' .:
$? SS nritnio *
attack followed shortly
II' Tr.y Tew 1 Action followed swiftly after police
.. : bad intercepted a message after southern coal operators followed Paris ParleyProCommunist
.F.\ HIO "'I "Ll'E: MONFT B \CK .
IF 1I1"IIATlfflEgl N Karat S'ltd Gold from Gen. Uarkos Vifiades, commander northern and midwestern op
l! -Stone Rlam. Lawies ".t:>. Tax IMc , of forces northern erators in signing soft coal contracts Hungary taned
c $F ts Tu Inc Send your P rtb guerrilla in down its
u invitation bat*..d the
:. .- with the "' _-member Unit
: For firm atze measure with j piece Greece to Communist leaders i
),:; '.;ndn4 send your to us Ring We COD will n-.,n Pays edt- I to Athens directa* them to put otto ed Mine Workers. Paris conference on Tninissai reconstruction I
17 other iBlrmt
.. n cost poetayeI fleet immediately "Plan F." He told the house that "at least as
M> ..r" JEWF1RY TO I one dear violation of the law" lined up to participate IB fee talks, II
eta JarkMB_AT*.. ttntj CHr.: New JrtMPOILTK1 ! "Ptaa F" is reported to have contained in the contracts, referringto was first step fa carrying oat flat Marshall -

-,_CHICKS.&, ECII'_ I been Athens a including campaign general of violence sabotage in, the section providing for a plan* for aiding prostrate I EASY stitcherjr a delightful

lags CHICKS U,8. .. "checkoff" Europe. .
A0pea i Live from the miners' wages. ori&iDa1",1 Fish in gay
lt' rr\ guaranteed KewR 1bmpshu' Reds, seizure of important ministries and
>-n F cks. d. SM 00 per hundred I permits a checkoff only for union cotted by Russia on the grounds Use these marine designs on <<11
S>- ppd from oarc. nearest you Book Government officials said the op-
jour ord.,. now.. Na COD picaw Sox id I dues, but the contract calls for a that the Marshal plan win be a linens
and other .....d" quoted an rrquefft.CBKK checkoff of initiation fees and union foothold for American intervention .
FEBEZ. JII C.aU. M..llt, Ala. i J
ANY CONNECTION assessments Hartley added that in the internal affairs of Europe i I tip fee n '-tllill-.m, Pat
I On the day precedn the other sections of the contract ',. will attempt to set up a scheme ll11t-z; ...ag aair 1lSi d atelsah.w is aae 1 W zt-a

mass arrests in Atheas, Cassia late the spirit and intent of the law." whereby Europe, with the aid of >
. A Safe,Sound Investment- I leveled a bitter attack in the Noting that the contract afforded American dollar 4o1ts .mf supplies erih a

Milted Nation Balkan; bearings will be able to lift itself from i .
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! I a "prime case history of the evils t v'a
against tfce United States ad of industry-wide bargaining," he its economic morass by its boot i ""'aD4

Great Britain, charging ttet said that there was evidence of straps.In cwru ...diosa. .en ..ss.wt.s III
their intervention in Greek affairs "collusion between the mine addition to four ...... .ID ...... her .. tile
opera- Hungary, other I
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the of
was cause friction tors and the UMW with the intention Communist-attpired governmentsthose -- i
USED FOR MARGARINE i in the Bitfcams The Son Masked
violating the law"OIL of Poland, Yugoslavia Romania isois..slt
A report just issued by V. L. Lea withdrawal of foreign and Bulgaria also refused su w. = it ..T..
of the Commodity Economic Research : tre.po from Greece and United EXPORTS: the invitations sent out by Great ...... 20 seen for ........

Department covering intensive Nations supervision of tke 3W Supply Russia Britain and France As the dead ""

surveys in four leading soybean Ms. lobar t:. i>. loan to that I line for replies approached, Finlandand -

producing states shows that 4ry.rismg A special export license for the Albania had not yet been heard -'M

in 1945 the total acreage of ,_,- I shipment of petroleum products to from

"27 Vras needed to produce the soy was intended to influence Russia was granted by the department

v tens used for the manufacture of I world public opinion on the Grecian of commerce hows after Representative lIe Saw a Saw

':1 argarine This is an increase I situation during United Nations security Weichd (Bep.. 0.), Washington D. -June !S. IMT

v.\er 19M of over 300000 acres. i council hearings on the chairman of the houm merchant : .- Bubble Gum is not to blame for
T-e report also shows that in 1946 : Balkan situation. marine committee. demanded the r f' junior's upset stomachs or any of
Beetle be refused. his other pains except maybe aching -
bean oil used in the manufacture
i Among those taken into custody
of margarine amounted to were Demlfr.us Partstiuades. Conv Wetchel previously had. telephoned j, >. jaws. the Food and Drug Ad-
E William C. Foster ander- ministration said today (AdSt.JosephlO\' >
.,proximatelv 206.643.000 pounds. I fAdv. ml list secretary general of theE J -....
( .) .A M (National 1 Liberation Front) secretary of commerce Vftef hfan .
I to haH the movement of barrels 1
and :Mi -. Rosa Timvriote, chief Of .
the enu"at> jnal division of the Com1'ur. of petroleum being West i..... .
TO EASE BOILS aboard three tankers on the
: t party. A' Communist party

ft c: *iei 2s OR SORENESS 'I u-Kt leaders in tic Athens-Piraeus din coast Explaining his action to the angry .
We re reported to have been
Quickly apply soothing and aomt.
Weichef. Foster said that the d.-
., ,-i
rtmu GRAVS OINTMENT with err h
;ts wholr..m. an'Keptirs and Bay i partment did not believe that exports .
T: Cfp" began im'T1UlIatp
si; 4erns' nt
:ure 'tiding medcJtinn Nothing else of petroleum and petrolewproducts -*
nk it --nothing I s.s umtnrtingOr I ;" 'icings for ull of the. sns- "should be prohibited N
; for ::\ C:1U..1j skuttro j ,.t.; and tho'e f J he been
1rs.ant err :3;( r:i: to drastically curtaIled. To do > Yodora.
",blei. 33c Get a ukat.e today .
: 'rr.a it.i :r the uprising plot were would upset the world system ,'f

zeta .irt+) ex.le.ROMANCE. distribution and make petroleum a

I : I source of international friction. I checks

'Si9tthe'and! i. : He implied that the exporting ..foil I

Royal Rt, has little or no effect on this r t- II I '; perspirationodor

irritationsof twaft domestic supply because. u-- r
P..' <-i, r'l 1;'a'A' !"'. yeir-oJd der any: circumstances, the U. S. !
summerTo 'itir prt : -pt.\t to the throne I I
must import oil to supplement i's
be read.pith: quirk relief .t Errs ,-i. art Lt. Philip Mouatoittea : domestic production. The Rev. Father Joseph Braskv.

keep bandy a tar of sootbmg.worldfamed : X, fom r Prince Philip of pastor of St. Josephs cfiorch
Rer! OintmeaC Greece, are formally engaged to i Guf..... Wis. bolds "mysteri es" THE 6SI/1///e Nvw/ WAY
Use freely, see how the medication tx married this automn. probably IftYY MESIGIUTiOilS GROW I j disk which be said struck lifht-
: eases it poised, mosquito 11:e*., sunburn die grwHtd with a rar. Disk .*..y net* to normal __
chafing . For added comfort King George VI and Queen Euaa- Higher pay and a more satisfactory tvraed out t* be efrevlar flawblade. No bank chemicals or imtatiBfato.
bathe .ith mili Re mol Soap. U4 th cleared the road to royal romance home life arc the two main t \VOIIJwm akin or Houunf.!
Cx both Ija: f:2 all, d"VQlotRE5IHDLO by giving lures which have drawn the most
lfir..oft <
: ,
rr.cy Cast pta
1 ( unqualified approval bright and capable yoang: career U. S. TANKS: gnunyTrygatft.
to the matchannouncing aM
asa SOAP officers from the navy and army
the engagement Yodora- i OM wor,lerf u! i
into civilian jobs at what is caW Not Scrapped d Oedodw
"Nl"14 '. 4' in a trail ".. alarming rate" during the past I
Writing from London. Frederick
it i anal court crrcn- year

!a t In the last 10 months more than Knit Chicago San eorrespafent,
Lt. Uountbattenu i 1.700 naval officers have resigned charged in a story that "Fump Bn k 3
a second cousin munitions merchants are feathering
I commissions won Annapolis. to
c.i the king and a I take bra eher paying civilian fob?. their nests with dealings ui nrted

great grandson of I During the same period the army States surplus military supplies"

For You To Feel R'eUt Queen VICtoria. As last only 236 West Point officers via Re reported a transaction in

boors ss7 dog t days ....r7w.s.sx.r Princess the husband of Pnk- I the resignation route, but. they are which the U. S. army purportedly
opp 1L.k'.d.q. IIW Eliubetll cess Elizabeth, he men whom the service can ill afford sold 2.089 tanks to Belgian financier a.-ar.. a., s.w.+w..h
Rae people, ...awa.......1M will! be Britain's to spare Frederic Brach a resident of Argentina -
t i_ -art .ootetir r oo..t. first prince consort since Queen Vic.toria' The bug has even extended to the with the teatrstandiEg --
: ggi&.a.'eea_ sad sibs w saran husband, Prince Albert of Federal that they were to be scrapped
IIoa& Bureau of Investigationwhose
w t b.., a b.K&tsfn wbooI Saxe-Coburg He cannot become Bracht. instead is said to have sold 7uJSufut7III
5." at
.. agents, nanberiag
b. Mats o4N1$4iea wa1 tM but probably will be peA a the tanks to Argentina for
ftaIe.apM 'boo bidoys tai king the end of the war, dr.wd off to re-eqaip- s:in tcut in HIM n
dukedom shortly before the weddmg meat of Argentine armored touts
==tw b.Q..st att.tes ... 3." by the berg ef 1947. The .: RHEUMATISMNCURtTISLUMBAGO
{ wm.vi+ the ...oars King George is expected to ask total now is back only to about reaping a great profit from the re- ;

r v..e..T_'" saorhw W parbameat to increase Princess 3,400. taJe I
., i
.... t Y alP.....ma.. Eluabett's income and perhaps give One of the maiD reasons cited for Although some of the tanks are in I

..-....ab;"'DMa'.I"We':aw..--.Yw... .Sb eenr.1)Iee her husband a special allowance. the wide difference between army worn condition, intentions of Juan I
.......a ws a In the meantime even the royal and navy resignations is worry Porous Argentine government is

.. tM =;r sea .:: .: family is troubled by the housing among the younger naval officers' reported to be to disassemble two s

owe --- ........ shortage and the princess and her over drastically reduced appropriations or three tanks to reconstruct one

Gaa "............11II..u.. husband probably will start their for the department and tte new one. In that ray. Argentina

>>..tmMs I married life in a way familiar to unification bill now before congress. would acquire about 700 U. S. tanks Lar|.lUlTNfc --& !.""IID"

everyone by moving in with her Some navy men believe umflcatica -more than the nation's entire : lit HI u MIIIII w
*una nit mm n in .
had during the war. i i.eat d a.
parents in Buckingham palace. win binder their careers. army
Late MM M. u. ntiuiiittt .. nit..

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NO; y\N: homexrr great. is Town2E \ ,
;i.' '-vn to evr> oody; and ;
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BO r an, however solitary, is .r
kan.n to nobc-.ly. POPT&P SERVICEBUREAU

A mf ft.tr mpports gnat f4mtttttUe .11I ASHIIII'TON I
miilortmtfi Troth mere '4tA I1
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tiara .ctsdeNs. 1 EDITOR'S i NOTE Tins Wl s paps, New York Contrast Y8S8
: Work brings to a man thegreat Na Labor for LaborSECRETARY itrougk special frrfugtment iritb the -City of :
ReJe** by Western Newspaper r .:n.
Blessings of health happiness Mffibngten Bureau ef Vesttrm fievjpf Sumptuous penthouses along the

and what he wants. OF LABOR Can Vie Afford: to Save Europe? per t..... ft 616 Eye Street, .V. IT.Wfikington East river overlooking two-by-foui :.d
D. 1... II fUf te bring rt4trt cold water fiats. . Entertaiaen r
It H ntarfc easier t* be criti- a tku ttttUj ow,.. en freMenu tin in side! street saloons combo at
tit thai to k correct.-Benjamin sad faced KSPC\5TB1 E -v'y "-r.Vr r tad tervictmf mni his lentil .
man at best, is R :1 C(Sera has-beens with a bright past and [
>BisraeJi. more r pt:: t 'te( art" Qtuttiemi uui tt addressed to tin *..i. ere
mournful than with fu&re.
ever youngsters a shining
te. ust ::1 i les raT _tb11.0r Bun at tea they a The Don Quixote of one generation these n tale s. *
.days. For the formerU. celttmm.o rtptin A . The tense drama behind tfe.
of dc/'ars' saeseerreee mm *
live to hear him.adf o r o get t.fworld
may S. senator judge and law mW Jtrtft kj nut lot enty in the eelm scenes during show premieres-oft I'
called the savior of society school dean finds himself heading a oprrMirg again as! a come ifftfe sill mHttr in the .ewsp4er en more exciting than the play. . londayFor

: by the rest-Lowell.Dmer department of labor with little to concern. No government department ". The subway set standing hip to !biF
,, ever ur restirnetes: cost!
do about labor and, as "matter of and that billion will be more Vet Learn New Shltt while concentrating on ignortef L

fact with tittle to do about any- :' rather than less. It may be Amer- each other. Its

Ants of Africa thing.The long gray stone building on !j tea's job. but can we do it without Watch-making wood-carving photography The mt prominent feature In the
erlOU" denser to onr own econ- automotive repair radio lavish nickel candy L Monday
Comlilntio \ Roxy's lobby a
avenue, which houses
Efficient Bridge Builders the cabinet agency set up to promote otrye Can the oeople of the woritefforrt end broadcasting technique, engraving stand. Pulitzer Priae- nning ,. p?.oen

the welfare of the workers of :! a break in our econcmiiworW metal work, jewelry. plastic bonks of rny a few years ago twig 'Co-

The driver ants of Africa are excellent the nation has been fast emptied of standards that t"lay represent and leather-working are among the > peddled in second-hand bookshops 'the COID-

bridge builders. When these its agencies. First the U. S. employment ho-H"! for the future : trades being learned by severely injured for nickels and dimes. . The to serve

utt want to bridge a stream, they service was tamed overt ; America mmt provide food. ; patient in most veterans' hospitals many sightless news dealers eeitavg ttee, dosgazette -

fal themselves a tree with federal security The retrainingand dotto Nc and tier commodities I throughout the country. ,. mags and books for others a or two

branches extending weB out over reemployment administration j to reap a world broke by These courses not only speed torteoveiy to react . WaD street elarks> vip gs to be

the water. One by one members to help veterans also was transferred the war. to tie cited t *f a vatoe of the patients and reduce ;) tMMBe zilHan-Mar deals eobbtog "'.. n.
: rf X vmern dM.rs, what will I the number of readmissions but
link themselves
I rf the ant colony ;, to security. The T..ft-Uart- hurried lunches in cheap cafeterias. .Is Y"k-
together to form a long chain ley biD makes the national labor > nVs drain Aa do America? aloe provide the veterans with an . Faded stars whale lives are
: across the water. relations board an independent The commodities such a program opportunity te contribute to their store dramatic than any Sta lIocatJoa
::- As the chain grows it eventually agency and the federal conciliation i call for must be produced: by 1 own livelihood after their recovery. they've headlined.: ; or the

reaches the surface of the water, service also is divorced 'from the i Af1'\'ric'anr America.. These are The program, VA says, is fitted to "
IS lavingthe
('. is carried across to the other side, department. The labor standards commodities for which our own people I the individual needa of the patients Lovely hwkers_ sweeping into
of tad there the end ant gains foot- oureau has been made impotentay are now clamoring. With plenty and to the requirements of each zsfrs and inspiring whispers. . . tle <'a-
'-::. hoW, allowing an army of ants tc lack of appropriationsLeft of roon ev around but few : store shelves condition develops i tuberculosis or genera .' It wasview
e garr across. for StbwePcabaeb to ..- with many decrepit torments
Tc form this mirnciaVnit chain orate with an asset-secretary that can easily become that threat- medical and surgical hospital. that lack plumbing fecflitiM. of

teak ut joining it passes over ite and three assistant *e retarii eneA inflation! It would mean all Watchmaking ha attracted many . Clicks fretting about iliac opening
companions until it reaches the are tile women's dni Ua ani going out. but little or nothing corning seriously disabled veterans and has health and ambitious human whtt- open the

end of the chain and takes its placeat the bureau ef labor Matk n. if tn help maintain our American materially helped in their rehabilitation. ,, tling years off their fives (via tfce U pmt
the end. It remains the end at . tta" ardsWitaoot Recently a group of 38 veterans ,' nerve-wracking struggle to reach to reach

the: chain ur.tii another industrious N'be mtmbtrt of omfrtit get k. eel help at refcahWtatton. completely paralyzed from the upper brackets. . Marten's this fA- .
bridge b..:.aer !has crawled thk ,. mm street ft the e4 ef Jill, tbef both Knt...t and Asia the waist down,because of spinal spacious boulevard flanked by snobby a eosur -

fth Of the: tai: ar.d takes its irttf ** eked b r reterff u hit km ins,. and probaMy ... 70 I cord injuries have progressed so edifices where people live SB It ym
place at the er.d la their 350 killt MIr* ***; byw.bd '--- romnnuYtic. The rtvflisatron well they continue their training at ; crowded misery. or nr.t
... tfitffpfnfj t. prior bypregrem and Ntootegies Escape has the Buiova school of watch-making a.

fdrr.ers .h.., b.J ,. the fats, fcMrwn MV be replaced by the i in Long Island. N. Y. : Every comfort and the best of 4 pla.re4

I>> fve Known. Russian type tf we safer a.- I! Questions and Answer food being provided for ani mala !peratlora

.. i-4 l l roetroDed laBaHoii in Hns ro ntrv. ; Q. My husband was in service In in zoos. Only a short distance It on the

R. with a redaction m Kvtae 1943 and be had cerebrospinal meningitis. < away humans exist fa filthy u' Fish!
6y tt rtsatrprY standards we probably win Since that time be has been tenements without enough to t. still

travel the saae read. sick taking medicine and going to eat. . Celebs moaning they Ian w 1dOD't

A cNJghfbotoGd I ..J ,' Before undertaking such a Kb It I different doctors and to a veterans' have enengb privacy, although be sand.
). \ ? I would;: be well for us to carefullv hospital. lie runs a fever almost they shell out eels to bile the

consider the future for our own i every day. He is 4! years old, his press agents In aa effort U at-
benefit and the benefit' of those seeking i blood pressure is lAnd his weight tract publicity. r1The of

our help. That consideration ; Just 111. I don't know just what to ,

should be a job. not for amateurs.but do. He gets "3.18 a month pension small-town atmosphere of .

for the best qualified economists and they won't give him work because many residential districts. . si. x ued.re- ..
ta the country.We : be is so sick. How
can we Taand chorines trudging home to
; tf ubool UfCtftn, -ubfi tf- Wm Give S BMions n 11 bias
Away. live $13.80 month and his
on a
pay the eerie hours of the morateg.
,reed te ttt tethers federal fid Mil various channel F-u'"
Through we noVo'are doctors and medicine Please ad- They were fuD of life and glamour
kj veltTfnl **2 tenfwtt-ntft kffffneJ J1 : ( if
committed to an expenditure of vise me what you think the right few before. . WeH-
to ttt boll ", prtfrfm *.4 of tee Uxt Just a hours is
fy+n-ubfl kfpptd te tkft fix billion more than five brim during the thing to do about this sic less.- dressed satesg&ls in swanky shops, rate.
Joll ? aPNropriai.. ait. next year. That is not five billions in !Mrs. II. 31., Reserve, La. more sophisticated than their hoity-

','1 7 paper dollars. It is five billions to A. I would suggest that he make toity patrons. . Statesmen who ft Y.
)- No Uncertainty Here .. be paid in food and manufactured application for admission to the make history being Ignored In tine pxe Ilk
: products. in exchange for which we nearest veterans' hospital where be flashy spots while table sitter but theswneJ
Labor will not have to ask congress i will get' no compensating products can obtain treatment at the the
proper their heads in an effort to I
Petaeybocii -- A fellow what happened to labor. They I through which to maintain our expense of tae government It is see a film star. rid .
!; J be ; ". -a to own-lively know. The portal-to-portol pay bin standards; no products for Americans possible that his; disability rating
tad we-c.---r.d and the omnibus Tafl-HarUey bin ; to buy with the dollars they
on Gro-Pcp may increased so that he can
BiiW T-sse ,-::lsp, toasted ribbons are on the law books. Labor caDs J are being paid as wages dividends draw more pension.Q. Pigeons calmly pecking at craafcsi > u...
the eT tfce Fifth tvewtlibrary tMm
lire him e- ey -. .tamin and mineral the measure a "slave labor bifl. I or profits. I would like to ak a question on steps
oblivious the
Industry dubs it a "Magna Charta The products ,. send to other city's I.
dogs ar* fc own to need Economical e on beneficiaries. My one and only
, for labor." meantime :: turbulent tempo. . Dewa-aad- etintT
And in nations de not decrease in
-uJe box much food
; I'.IP; alai u by child served almost five years in the
the :
benches In It A.
the who vetoed it and I outers snoozing on ,
president ,
toy value, but American dollars
{ eijfct aa fire Mb. em of doc army but never got a day's furloughan Grand Central
- ': JoodJ the IvLRB who must administer it, paid to American workers forpr majestic, palace-Bke
also in Meal the He
Gro-P-jp comes time. went down at Okinawa. . The salesman 1
and in r,;-r i';. Feed all three.SFEEDEDUP say they will give the measure a dneing those products will I want to know the reason depot. _
fair administration to make it work.It decrease in purchasing power on Eighth n\l-an ex-pug I;
the as dependents do not
parents _
ladies' dainties.i . .
is almost however, that who hawks '1
certain when we do not bare enough receive the furlough that
: i Do5s R7t s< me provisions will be declared commodities to absorb them at Justly to be oar son's! if pay be bad livedto was Musty Bowery surrounded shops where derelicts S' .1
teD fortunes- by .
; GRD-PUP unconstitutional.. . present' values. come back. I have had personal who haven't a future. . "ty :'
The American people will go the talks with a lot of our boys that did Mendicants and sandwich ;
1 The national council of farm limit of the nation's men :
ability to save back and said
come one we
the Main Stem's
I asa60 cooperatives doesn't want any Europe and Asia from the threat of most certainly were entitled to his trampling gayety [

i tinkering which will change the the Russian communistic Bear. but furlough pay. Please give an answer with every step they take. S Arc r

p purpose and operation of the the worst catastrophe that could to my question. brokenhearted -
; ....a.r.rsr..r' farm credit laws. Witnesses tolda happen to the suffering nations of I I mother that lost an that t The city famed for its hustle :d-, I

3 i senate committee considering :. the world would be to have America : mattered to this world.Mrs. D. C.. and bustle that is at its feveU-

if n.R. 35 already passed by the ran a victim to that same Bear. It : Sayder. Tex.A. est daring the early atm boars ,
f boose, that the bin would "seri would mean an end to the kind of I Suggest that you write to the when street are swept by silence. !
COMFORT the civilization have known. . . n transformation
i ously damage" present system we j Adjustment Division Army Finance startling neat toaf .;
for so-called by making it a direct rOT'nnmut \: Now it the time to find out how : Center BoDdfeg 24. St. Louis 30, of Neon Valley when the .,1
lending agency. far we can safely go. and it takes Mo., and explain your situation. We its raazdas are dimmed It rev the
1.- KIDNEY SUFFERERS . rise heads to answer such a prob- believe you are entitled to all back sembtes>> a daydream at midnight Itea

i ............. -. .. tor",,_---pnaa. As adjournment of congress ; !tom. pay. a six aaonth gratuity pay and and looks tike a nightmare f: .
..n....a.. ..,. .. ."'d'u,<,'JI''tr.EJ1' .a...ieit rip" rears the senate civil service committee whatever other benefits your son had at noon. IrhteftlsiUnr
1'o wre.u{ ,.r v uh n UvALLAVBLAO-. still is playing politics with Pattern far Pslitkiaas coming at the time of his death.
LeiikFir. r ,. :tr..M.eete.ewnpd" tastaMawlr..aW. i t appointment of some TOO postmasters You shonU also check with Cake \ sightseers who ogle _e' > back.

t= .. : .. s.S tre ed raoa renal which have been awaiting cor- IT IS my belief that the man the : ans' administration concerning his o! the city's interesting sights ftaa greupaEssay .
-""-'.>d', .. auad.r.let. ._ urination for six month It may ; majority of the American people insurance and. if you are dependent of the natives spending that 1 goodbyes
I !
": :
;, . .. , :, d".:':." .::; take a last-mimrte Ioj-roDmg to get would wish to choose for W'bi1et parents and his father is living, you bere. . New movies snhtt: e par.big .

tan' "- ,Q'.n"", _,"PvlBU I xYee. ; lvta fwd them through If at sit before the t HOUB occupancy, beginning in Jan- are both entitled to a pension from at B'way temple with a milk: et* f nte ;

'- Lt '" gavel sounds for congressional recess lary of If*, would represent nei- Veterans' administration. < dollars worth of ba&ynoo. Several at-
i j 1 iber the ultra stand-pot coosetvaf Q. My grandson was discharged weeks later they are part of a ta> >Ire ea* '

, . f i !ism of the Republican Banting: adniaistration ham the army a few mouths ago ., Me fealare te two** EfigMinr1m. . change >i
GIRLS WOMEN 'Sneak Attack i i or the New Deal revo'utfcBary and bas to have had his tonsils tWttirs. . Union Scare's *Kej placod :

try this if you'reNERVOUS PARADE of wtaes tea. lobby I efforts of the Franklin sad appendix removed before. They j waft debaters solving the world's, for
n 01* I Roosevelt Democratic era. 1 ieveoetld UM him they would let him knowas : problems nightly, but they have 4tfI EU b* -
,-.t". attorney aril till
fUR bave ,' wish a man who knows the soon as they had room at the hos I ficuhy solving their own-earning a plan
:the private power jBisstbjr 1 between revolution and Now be in i living. i
befOM *. house interstate ] Hfference pital. was working Wisconsin the' -
(a'ttiTUC DAYS Of M.atb- tx-er. testifying commerce -tasittes ir j j evolution, who would not have us and he had to have his ap.peDdh r clew i!
?tand still nor J"UToff on a rnolu'JOUI'1 removed in a hurry. The Wrinkled charwomen giving beauty ,
Do! of mmingfr 'I
.tc' behalf a
S. x: ICOII.dtJr: diRuttr.DQ tangent. They want a man doctor there tried to get him in treatments to the ffthuton sky
Itrtaek. Congressman
introduced by
:6 :",, :. ;' c.-at nervosa.sum timer; measure of Connect ito believes in advancement in the vets hospital but they didn't !scrapers. . Crowded park en by-: the j
'a, 'stet a,. ; .r.a;; E Ptataams Teaec. WHijare J. IIiIIet bare for him u
IahtI . : keeping with changing conditions. room so they took him Sabbath afternoon where New TjHkJT 'ado :
t: \aais L." .1''Od.- ".'to fo.relrw' snap stqamd "" cut. bOl however, i* not jnoocent ]1 hut not in chance merely for the to the local hospital Now they ten ers go to forget clogged sways,: reed' 1. '.

: as x -:rf' IT This effect it would ton most .* t.-, j -ake of chanfe. They want a man hint be will hue U pay his own binbeeanse . The Tea* and nub of aclhtly Umi f .:
n7N. 1.. .. i&t ssaaa.ato y tonic trusts from oader eve i vho will Wok more of effective' te was cot hi Minnesota. around the waterfront dares the be 1
lTDlJ tUli'lI'll'i' ""' 1Lt huge trot at power the federal p.ss.r eaiamis! f zevermnent; and the people, than of How can we fad oat!-EL MtG.. I jay: : so quiet at night you can bear .then .-
l rlG'JiutPl r1 '''''I'' rtpeafiag utiaoitukt. ptwn i Clitics: who will; not cater tp any Staples. Minn. baby waves tfeapteg the piers. . rpoMI. )
Sir by law erg the earsrrisson. { minority for the purpose of winning A. It is very unlikely that be can 1'be1te1"1eT n' (in balconies) whit taakod'week
sinus' of the i rtes, or otter reason The people! be reimbursed under: the law on- know more about stagecraft than ,
111. of the measure
11111 . 1 aea . 1 Opponents j
xii not be cnoooer as to what label less be can prove that his appen- ; many of the sift-aad-sataed .
.... attack a
TEACHING A CHILD brand it a policy of O'A'c' I| h a candidate may run under but djous a meat was servkecoEECcted. -'I cighters. . -Fruit Juice stands ot** Peggy .4

VALUE PENNIES tre goverrir.entai ;rey will be choosey as to the qual- which would be Ginned toprove. oorabericg satocas 10 to I along the Sl
OF : relation. of the The fact that fee 1
die tact Sca oas candidate, and what had con so-called "sinful" Main Stem. Store -
1 A. : 111.x, mother will tie There is no aenytac !' e stands!! for tacted the army medics before his '
bay rely; "b>chiidlwod tea that the private pwrer IXttests might heft catch.. .;;
csx r ,{_ ? r a""doeechw't ftttdtac the Uth congress a discharge a beating and : The Commanist party in Amu&I' u4 :=
a .. ,1 :. at.aybeuerperasrrva are fa their at- ; NOW we propose to spend a it would do no harm to take it up i: ka bas Its Instnctioas: Defeat _'- rot i i

a s:.r. ,o. _. C\.ctie, cea tae tt8d K sympathetic evade one tre aeti-tnist : mflMon e-r two for writing a bis- with Veterans' administration, but Traman In 'U-u a ..,w.'tI'We terthsrebate
/ ta : e t eis vaiuee4eee eaed tearts to tory of tae Nnernberg trials .f VA is net Obliged to accommodate ; U Use Tmnaa Doctrine. .
tae down pcbfi!" fewer f Aago
prrr.inew WlUC opines slap
: benefit laws to
i dead Nasis. A million dollars oon-servic connected cues unless I
.a t-.n-.of c penny eowrtoooooooooooooooooo- electricity This is tee accomplished ty j or the
VCTT cheap
which' H giving ihwrid predate a lot of they do have room ra the .
i words, bospitah.caDDOP i
.... rniPiow of ecrs.A I mlittia tae D*ma ratie tartr. .
to aft wb win read them! _


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PAGE LIGHT . GL.\l>oorvnr DKMOCTCAT __ __ _ ='_. =__' FKII>:*Y. ,JILY. S5. 194T

Osaptam' grocery atog will serve fund! IN TUB cot RT Or t Ot tTY Jt IM.r'l'oitlUl \,. and Wah ftvthsr 9ff9QMalsMp' had IBAsMsawtrattoa
Fishing Contest- .. tot :\T\. OT.'Tt1 O'i the of aM ** ata a*
M a leaiag a4 w *vhl; *# statloai, I i slay he prvjawr and cent ....-
with A. A. Beck's Osh house nearby t iI I swans be law.
J. M.
Continued from Page 1) volunteering for the service at XlTKH 0. 'Itt1TI'0.F ('IT' I Estate of Katie Robm_ Oaker, j County Judge. hiss Cj My.

apt-ria section devoted solely to the times when Comntoai's may be U.IVflnRltllttl ]I, The State of deceased Florida i July It. K Aug. 1.OTit *.

contest Tentatively these rules dOlled.olderman'l fish camp near I To all person interested in the estate -
NOTlfE is that
are: few and simple. Outside of the I Moore Haven will also be a logging t'tty Assessment Roll of given the City of! notified of sold that decedent a Petition you for are Administration hereby I > t: HFXOTfOE MI.Mn'I"\ .
two-month the raM l Mt" 'ere Haves Florida, will be submitted of the Estate of Katie
time limit pro- \ station IB the contest. Weighing Robinson -
vide only that fish entered in the in shall he done in the presence of iDproval to on the Monday Bqcwltatac August Board 1$. for at I Colter has been fUel in thisCourt I. bert-by given that Pr..cUmathm .
: alleging that she fat betteredto I has been issued sad bj hereby -
H o'clock m, at the City Hall in
contest shall be big-month bass the
witness (
one weichaaaster may
'I Moore Haven and all persess desiring be dead on account of her absencefor published by the City < l
caught in Oke chob e Lake or its serve in this capacity who win to have correction laude in seek more than seven (7) years from era of' Moore Uavea. AeeUT ealRag
her last domicile at Mtta in a General Munk-ipal ElectiMi to beheld
*,rVj otherwise. rrqalrwlt Florida You I
: property or are hereby
dame fishing inclu teg artiheial!l date of catch type of fish (big fil. with MK Clerk of saW City on notified that the undersigned will In on Monday the lath day of July. 1947.

or Lateral bait OB rod aDd reel. or ,i month base) weight aad length oft I 'r before the Uv of such meetingt'hetr the County Court House at Moore for the of the purpose City CosniniaskMI of ekctlmr. nw to fill Member the
t petitions setting forth their obJectlnnx Haven Florida, on the lath oar of
cane pole. Each contestant. will be !, fish and type of tackle and bait to sack the term of Mack Greet
required to register before Wterfag wed (rod and reel cane pole, correction which th> desire to hare I'. M. or as soon thereafter.. the Another etkMi may lie placed on

the coBteM. but title one registration I flclal or _tlmal bait. etc. I artl-I road LOIS SHERIDAN City rierk same may be heard: hear applicationfor the ballot for approval or *.*aaroval
the granting of said Petition and of the of addtttenU
shall be deemed sufficient. for i course the name and add res* of I' Jul) r5. Vus 1, 8. 13, 11147. will hear evidence concerning the lorem tag not to an exceed 4 mllla ad, proceeds va-
of the '! alleged absence of the supposed decedent << of which he
the full run coplea PAll the contestant. w..w0 are t* .ud enciasiveiy
fish entered must be weighed | The special section of the ChwI I above and duration named and thereof the circumstances for the m lnt aasK* of ;
l\ Tin nlln IT ('"IKT c.K TIn water Control system wttMa and adJacent -
and logged upon the same day [ iston News containing complete T" LKTII 'UU'I 'I. C IH<"I IT 1t1) '\ You are commanded to appear la to City of Moofe liavea.D .
said Court on the day and hour above
Lo contest FOIL t.lilllI-H C 01 '\T\. H.OHlll C. SJjTQj:
they are caught iBf and information regarding the named and show cause If any you MACK: CTaggai
: .
weighing stations have -wfetVt-itAb- will be oat August 1. on the opening \ 1\ OC'I'II0.111 CalL why the' amid Petition for Administration F. I). TATOI.

fished as follows: 'I' day of the contest and rules. 1111.1. TO ClI u-r Title: t\U _should not be granted July 4. U. IS. 15.OTKK .

Joe Griffin's fish camp Cflwiv- prim and progress of the contest lull.:C'I.""..: M4iRTieF:+ nnnnn
I I K I:. AURTO. :\ OK PI BLIC MKtRI(. nK IIOO1, Rl Dl.f1T.
eon Bill Johnson's Uw... camp.Clewiton I will follow from time to time in Plaintiff.

and the Sunoco Service the News vs. Pursuant to the provie.u of Section f'lortda .
Station I t1.F.s FARMS: INCORPORATED an I as amended by Section 8 of Chapter 2$39. ": ;'U't of .1tt
on SagarUnd Highway in Indiana Corporation, rt al notice Ie hereby given that a public hearing shall be .heldMby tile o..u-
downtown Clewiston In Lake Just a reminder. Have you paid DPf..Ata'OTI.t Board of Pehiic Instruction of Glades Coeaaty. Florida. oft the 1M day CIf ADD -
port, adjacent to Fibheatlng Creek : TO APPKtK gust. A. tfz. : the / M. Ia the County Bard riesling
your pledge for the swimming pool OKUrK Or 1'( III.It'.*TIO\ room at House Florida, for the 4K dfscusslon -
STATE OK FLORIDA TO: with the citiaens of the County Ute proposed school ::; :: ., said
- ----------------- Glades Farms Incorporated, an In- County for the fiscal year, begisnieg July 1. 1'47. aDd ending Jae ss 194$.
dun Corporation. Charles E n..nder..on. which budget is summarised as follows:
individually and a* Trustee
1 Miss Nellie Henderson. Administratrix HtlH.KTHIK PPOHT '\U M I\TK\ 1>CR OK SCHOOL* *

of th' Estate of Charles E. Henderson A. Balances on Hand Beginning of Tear: 1. State Fund. .f.tJt--
L. Henderson and Mrs I County Funds $12,57.W: 3. District Fund. fetal,
HOMOGENIZED i .aurens'reH"en ..r his wife Amelia B. AMMpated Receipts: 1. State and Federal uris/tiV4: t..n&.t;
e Henderson Baker Walter E KP and Taxes $$23.351.05: J. District Tiara .71C.M: C. Other S *sippr, U.-
Teresa Kipp. his wife Barrett M. %M.Ass); Tntml I. SB4.O?.aMk. '
? Woodsman and Mrs Barrett M Wood- ('. Proposed EXP<'ndltuN'S' L Instructional Salaries. "'.1.....; 3pertatios. '1'_
VITAMIN D' MILKAnd small, his wife (Charles A. Macauleyand $111.141.; t.9 None: 4. Debt ...... Mans:
Mrs. Charles X ",,"caulp,. his s. Other }menses and Receives. $!t>ll.MBIUGIT .
wife. Funds L Galbraith and11''.
Francis I. Galbraith his wife George Volt DISTRICT I>TKHK TA AID 9IAKi\G Ft'SOl
WIllS and Mr George Wlss, his wifeJames .
Other Alfar Products C Patten and Mrs James CPatten rlc'f'tsn'kI' ". Bearlnain of Tear $15.43.45.
Edward E. Rates B.: t* I. Taxes. $3.314.95. i Other Soured. t Nana
his wife
and Mrs Edward R Gates his wife C. Proposed ?VZd'tur''". 1. on .
!f AVAILABLE AT YOUR Rucannon.Robert Bucannon his wife and%V. Mrs.V. Pitts Robert and D. Anticipated Other 1X19 Reserve vv and Balance at End of Tear $22,19995.

Mr*. W. V Pitt, his wife J. T. Goode HIDC.ET ton DISTRICT HOD ('O.nrRtt'TI01t K1.1DSO
GROCERY and Mr. J. T. Goode. his wife Joseph
; AND Orison and Mrs. Joseph Orison his DIDGET FOR CIIOOL Rt IWI\G AM Hl< REIF..aFt'%'DS

wife Chad bourn.. Water and Huber Mrs A. Balances at Beginning of Tear: L County Fund*. f N...; 1 District
Chadbourne Waters his wife Fonda S1K7SM .
Woodsman. President and a Direc-an R Anticipated Receipt: L County Funds, $ None Z. Dtotritt Fund, $t.-
tor of Glade Farm Incorporated 911.60_
Indiana Corporation. Simon D. Fox.Receiver -. C. Proposed Expenditure: L County Funds, } Noun; X. Bisttttt Panda
Farms incorporated
of Glades

LFARG an Indiana Corporation, bells Coodsmall. D. Balances:19,534.95.and Reserves at End of Tear: 1. County Fund. f N_: 1
\\ Eva Marie Miller. If alive District Fund, JJ.7JS..
; And If any be dead to their respeetive The be levied 147
millage to on the assessment roH I* produce necessary
1 unknown h..ln. devisees, l"jflllH'lI.grantf'f'oa. revenues for those budget for the eaoutax ftoeat yea sills:
creditors, and all other parties 1. County Support and Mawteoanee Fend 9
claiming by. through. under or 2. District Current Levy L(
R E A M ER Y CO. and
against said parties respectively: S. District Int. Sink Fund li
to all persons having or claiming anyInterest 4. School Ride' & Ros Reserve 4.
In the subject matter of this
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and suit, b,.. through under 01' against i details of each separate part of the school b"dpt sammeris-
one or more of said Defendant herein eel above are on file and are available for public IMP***!**) *!* OnaM ofpermtendenwof
named: and to all persons having the County Sebools at the Court Haws tu >>*... Hsvea.Complete .
West Palm Beach, Fla. or claiming any Interest whatsoever Florida and will also available for such public Iieartuih tog***** with
In the following next described lands: all supporting statement and information.
.. You and each of you are hereby AU interested person are cordially Invited to participate l. thai public
given notice that W R Norton, a* hearing and to discus the school program and budget for tM CoWMy for .
I plaintiff did on the list day of Jul1M7 > the ensuing year
file in the Circuit Court forGl'ldpjO BOARD OF PUBLIC ISSTRF..rO\l OF GLADES COCNTT. FUOMDABy

G 01 0 0 0 0 H O H 0 00 0 0 G C G U He coo Q co ;0 G U C UH 'j" entitled cause against you and each
July It IS 25.
: said
of you wherein and whereby
I complainant seek to quiet his title
Clearance Saleof and in the alternative to foreclose his
: First Mortgages against yon In and
to the following described lands situated
In Glade County, Florida to- Kkl-OKT; OK CONDITION OF '

: f wit:Lots A and R In Section Twen
ty-Nine (fll). Township Thirty- FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
I Nine South enS. Ranice Thirty-
HARDWARE ITEMS : Three Bait (IS K) and th. Mast
hair (F.of Seetton Thirtr-Tw OP CLKWIiTOV
: 11:1. Township ThtTty-: ln.. South
CUS. Range 'Thirty-Three Fast IN Tin STATE OF .'WIUD.T TilE tl-OsK OF
Hundreds of sale (JJK). toss the Ea.t Half (K!%) .
items at radically
now on of the Northeast Q artr )> lll'! IM>S OV JOSE 30, 1847AV.ETS
and North half reduced prices Northeast Quarter (NEW) of theSoutheast
quarter CEW. theSouthwest

Most of the smaller items have been placed Four Quarter(4). Township(SW'of Forty Section Cash balances with other banks, including reserve bal-

:t South
on tables in our store where they Mast lIE): the South Half. ofSection United States Government obligation, direct and

I-1ve 151. Township FortySouth guaranteed _ .. ______. 1.2J2.JM.M
(4*S. Range ThirtyThreeBast
may be inspected <3JE>: Obligation of States sad political subdivisions __. 7.,......

Now there*<>re. you. and each of Loans and discounts (indading f No overdrafts) 294,842.79
you, are hereby required to file tin Bank premise owned $5,147.09 furniture and
Come in today and take advantage of Appearance in !rush proceeding on or .
before Frldty the Seth day of Au fixtures _.____ ______ 'u_ .-----:..| ,.,.." ".%l.Z
these bargainsParkinson's1 I gust. A. I>. 147 at the lades Couatv (Bank premises owned are subject to } No lies '
Court House in Moore Haven
not assumed by bank)
Florida. and upon failure so to do the
Bill will be taken all confessed by' Other assets ___._uu ____ _____ o8.Jl
you and default will be taken againstyou
and said cause will proceed exIT
pw rt. TOTAL ___ u___ ___ _I2.I49.44IJ
lit ORDKRRn that this Order of

Publication be published In Glades II I LI.."..ntllTtt.'Q..........."
County IVmncrmt a newspaper of
"The Complete Store" I' general circulation twHtlished In Glade Demand depoiita of individuals, partnerships, and

(four'oullt,. }Florida once each week for corporations __.. ___ u_.r_ U.61C.U7.n
.. 0 Q 01 0 0 DC 0 Q IOU 0 I DO ; 0 0 0 DO ; Q 0 0 0 ; 0 ; 0 ; 0 U 00 0 000 0 0 000 000 0\E: AM ORDERED weeks In Moore Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships and

T Haven Glade County Florid, on corporations _' ._ $7."
this 24th day of July A. D. 117 Deposits of United States Government (Including
Clerk Circuit/ Court in and postal sayings>)> '.-_ ".m..- _. --- 2,8 for Glade County. Florida Deposits of States and political snbdifUlons 5il, .iS.77

GLADES THEATRE I'OrSK Soil. 0tora AND f..r JOHNSON Plaintiff: Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 8.54.42

Jul) :". AUIIr. I. t, n.I TOTAL DEPOSITS ______--;--$5.18lfJW.2J:

Mortgage or other liens, f None Ion bank premises and S None

Moore Haven : : : Florida C'otT' ji IKK. ('01 RT on other real estate.
I 5.1.tDFs ( Ut MTV. ..ORII... Other liabilities--Dirtdends __. 1.5W.M

No x59 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including inbor. .

tU.Tl'RDost.. HE: EST"TF: OF dinated obligations shown below) ___ $M81JW.J
Edward Goldstein (Qordy).
Dega_d.SeTlr .

*TI,," t'<'R1" ilL Capital. ..- -_. ._..____...__ ._ __.__._ 1 I.W9

: "THREE IN THE SADDLE""SOS NOTICE is UUCHAIK.K hereby given that I have. Surplus --.. _" _________- 90,999.99

filed my final report and petition for fndlTlded profits __.__ 2J.OJJ.1J
OF ZORRO" No. 7 Final Piacba-ge. ia Administratorcum
tesuraento annexo d.. boa n.n 149,993.15TOTAL
F of the estate of Edward UoMstetsj TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .__
t dec>-ased; sad that en the LIABILITIES AND CAPITALACCOUNTS -
NOND.tYJAatES 2nd day 6f August, 1J47 I will apply
: 8l' p.&ad to the Honorable J. )I. 'OUIle. County _______ t2.340.44S.3l
Judge of nta ... County. Florida, far
CAOXEY in approval el said flail upon and for This bank's capital consists of:
final discharge &II Administrator e. t. Common stock with total par value of $J.,*.9.00.:
"FRISCO KID" a. d. b. n. of the Estate of Edward
Goldstein (Gordy). deceased
This ISth day .f July 'UT.RRl'E MEMORANDl
I U BAIfFIELD. Assets pledged or assigned to secart liabilities
Administrator c. t. a. d. b. a.
Tl'ESD.\Y aad WM: >MWDrDOUBLK of the Estate of Edward and for other purposes $$742.09&00
Goldstein (Oord). Deceased
MITCHELL D. PRICE. ZARINO. 1. C. J. Lovvorn. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly
( FKlTTltK) I FLORENCE BARFIELD. swear that the above statement I* true and that It folly and

Attorney Adm c for. t. a Bruce, d. b.U.n. Barfleld. correctly represents the true state of the several mailers herein

"BORDER..sANDITS" July It 25, August I, S.II contained and set forth to the best of ay knowledge and belief.


a S COl" TT JIIX.KT COVHT OLOK Correct-Attest:

COCnTT! ..Lealo",. E, L. STEWART
Estate of Join Hosey. Deceased R. E. KURTZ Directors.
on the 11th day of August 1147. I State of Florida County of Hendry. u:

THIK3Dr aid FB1DY shall apply to the Honorable J. M Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of Jaly
or said Court .f
%& \ GENE ACTREY In Probate of GUdt* ('o..t,.. Florida, for 1)47 and I hereby certify that I am not aa officer or director
final discharge a* Administratrix of I of this bank.
I the Estate ot John H_y. decewed.!
TO SAN ANTONE' My final report and application for (SEAL) MARCIA A. COX Notary Public.
.'TRAIL i I final 41* ha'Ir. arc now a* fit. In the I My commission expires Jane 1$, 1151.
office of seed Judge
July I$. J$. .Aug. l, I. I

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