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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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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: UF00028301:00202

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I Tropical Sugars Plan j i I Two Luther Tarpon Davis Sunday Lands Two PFor umps Purchased-


To Start Here I -- I
Sept. 11 Luther Davis entered the list of f Installation
Here
tarpon catchers on rod, reel and I
I plug Sunday when he
landed two,
Officials : I
Indicate All]'I State estimated to weigh<< about ten and -
Cattlemen
Details twelve pounds near the end of the Sheriff Will I Deal Closed Monday

Virtually Guests Of Local discharge boil from the locks here.

Completed He was using a homemade plug Enforcement Of By Committee For

Group At Palmdale which hi his favorite snook bait.
"No
Fence" Law
Ellerkamp Units
In addition to the tarpon, Mr
Trcr-ical) Sugars, IDC. who had Davis landed three nice bass The -
indicated that The mid-year meeting of the t(
work would be start- 'editor sheriff J. J. \\ After
can vouch for this story for nlna. a conference: here
ed on their Board of Directors of the Monday
mill) here State Cat- I
during August t tlemen's he saw them caught and helped to ment elsewhere in this morning with Max\ Cole
were in touch with J. E rrier&on Palmdale Association was held at eat the bass but was discomfited by that cattle and hogs of the Ellerkamp Pump representative Company
by telephone picnic grounds -
today with
details Tuesday and said that the Glades CountCattlemen'e bis failure to get a rise with any ported running at large I of Fort Lauderdale the root
ly but were being completed Slow as boats Association of the standard plugs. fence area set up at mittee recently appointed to serveas
satisfactorily and said that sions of the Florida a water
control
lack> were now to start A business session was held beginning committee, closed
operation Lakeport and Elderberry : Ii deal tor the
here the first at ten clock with purchase of two
Telephone circuits of September.. barbecue slated at noon to last a un-big BARRON DEFEATS a last chance is being of these Ellerkamp units to be
were bad, Mr.
owners of this stock to installed within thirty days.
Frierson til two o'clock. The The
afternoon
said
but sessi -
he understood before he first
begins strict unit should arrive
that >n to have this weekend -
was started Immediately
unexpected difficulties which of the law. .
arose in one of the plants at the conclusion of the barbe- MULLER FOR CITYCOMMISSIONER ,
of the The law
cue period. provides a I The only change in the location
: parent corporation Ruth Sugars, allowing stock to of the
run pumps was in that of the
had A report on business
caused the transactedwill
last delay It was these areas and the north pump, tentative
r indicated, also that be available for next week'sIssue. plans having
they had been to pay a rather heavy been made to place It la the loca-
awaiting action on the root. Kill fee if the tion
sheriffs of
--" the old city pump at the back
in congress which passed the senate - -- ---- Arthur Barren was elected a city nored. 01 the Spadaro boat aUp, It was

o the latter part of last week and now Good Crowd Attends commissioner decided, .
awaits Monday at the annual - -- t : however, that In view of
dent only the signature of Presi Woman's Club city election: to serve a term of J. N. Maloy Dies the fact that plans are for opening
Truman Dinner
to become la*. three years. the count being 61 votes this slip as soon as possible into the

The previous- day was the final And Auction Sale for him and 43 f ifs his opponent Hospital borrow pit back of the REA plant\

day for honoring the draft which W. F Muller and building a yacht basin to reach

was presented to F. D. Taun by com- Mr Barron will succeed Mack Wednesday almost to First Stree.1: that this Installation ;

pany officials for the purchase of f A sizeable crowd enjoyed the Greene on the commission, Mr might result In a costly i
the mill site here and a wire covered dish dinner and the auction t Greene having voluntarily move within .
was retired J. N. "Uncle: Nate" a short time. It will
received by him that sale of unknown packaged articles I after two terms in 5)I be
day that the the office. The died Wednesday morning located at the west aide of First
draft had been honored and the at theVomans Club clubhouse lastnight other two members are Mayor F. D. cadia Hospital following Street in the Hooey Ditch.

money was being mailed to him for the purpose of buildingup Yann with two more Jears to serve of several months which The north pump will be placed

J. E. Caldwell, president of th the treasuries of the house come and Carr Settle, whose present term aggravated by Injuries n first and made ready for operation

company, with whom Mr Frierson mittee and the entertainment committee will expire next Angut| a fall at his home here before installation I is begun on the

talked, said that he or other company of the club Mr. Barren will bq sworn In at day which necessitated l south pump near Williams'' Fish
officials Mrs Ward Roberts> and Mrs. Ray the next meeting of the Camp The
would probably be commission to the hospital present pump is still
here daring August to. make preliminary Donald Gantt assisted< by Mrs. \Vm on Tuesday night. of next week I Born in West Florida. operating there and this plan willpermit
plans for F. Muller bad charge of the de- and at the same meeting the the north
construction com- came as a small child to ; pump to be used
licious dinner It was known aa a mission will be reorganized, of sl [n case of
- -- one City where be made his l emergency. while the
DDT Spraying Has seven-cent dinner, with each seventh.I three to be named as mayor and moving to Moore Haven pump Is being installed
person entering the door being admitted
another
as city The
manager. have
For many years he t pumps a capacity of
Been Finished Here free and the others paying I Election officials: who conductedthe commercial fishing n gallons of water each against .

seven cents for their meal, which: election Monday, were:: Mrs: :\\1. Lake Okeechobee with his five-foot head and are easily r-e. .

Ralph Wadlow consisted of baked ham, salads A. Summers, Mrs P E Lundy, :Mrs\ : L. A. Maloy, until he lost so that they may be asedx

contact man forth rolls, beans, iced, tea, pies an41.cakesfar A O Howdesbell aj\d Mrs..} Tf Jn t sight In the early for pumping la or..but, thus
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county gad..giat$ Board., of ,- more titsvireouldnbe: Dupree. J '
that time he has lived .JrrtgatioMajuwell;.
aa
Health In the>'DDT ;j .
> spraying of even though most of the diners re- --- The '
----- Oscar, in their home Installed price of
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homes I r
ID
the
county to eliminate turned several times to replenish
Church of God. two pumps ready to operate is
tlt'\t, 1 flies, J mosquitoes and other insects, their plates I $$7500.
FISHING Funeral arrangements
CONTEST
said IS
Tuesday that the program had Following the dinner an auction I
been completed in Moore Haven and I held of articles and barge of Roberts Funeral t :' Considerable ditching work will
was wrapped ,
that the spraying \rcadla and the body was to be done to make these! big
crews were moving I
presented by club members and the
STARTED
on to other connnunitWs in thecounty. assortment brought a total of Almost TODAY FOR Highlands City for burial entirely effective!: but theounty
being held at the commission has assured the I
$45 for the entertainment day afternoon at three' ity that they will follow up In help-
Every: effort wag made to spray committee RUN OF TWO MONTHS .
home. Surviving relatives << carry out the program. !'
every where the
spraying was Those enjoying the affair wen. daughters :Mrs\ Lilly Members of the committee are
requested but If any were missed Mr and Mrs. Eugene<< Bevies. Mr I I --- m da Cal. Mrs Mattie three members of the city com

I Mr. Wadlow says those missed may and Mrs. Wm. F. Miller." Mr and The Okeechobee: Big Mouth Bass I bert of Fort Lauderdale: J, E. Krierson. H. C. Tay- i I

notify him and the crews will\ return Mrs( Ward Roberts, Mr\ lad Mn contest!! fur Glades and Hendry Oscar and Cecil of Moore and J. W. Adkins of the county I

and take care of these homes a litj j n D Lyons. )fro and Mrs( Carr counties got; underway this mornIng Earl] and Everett of Fort P. E Lundy and R A. I
,
tie later <(
------ ----- than thirty nrltff of tarinnit!! 1 1I


I Whit- alter- -- Retained! As I downward three kinds' horsepower and from classifications the outboard grand: prize motor.ranging- a I'I' Enthusiasm Greets Move To 'I


: Prizes are being offered for the

: Counsel IlflliHlwrllwlIl) the biggest biggest bass one caught caught by on a lady a flyrod.for I Xante Miss Glades County !

for the biggest string of .eight bass

1 Fishing Stopped Until i j Hutchinson Reports I for the biggest bass caught on cane' Navy Medals Now Eighteen Candidates Are r

pole with live bait-In fact prize I
I Conference With |! On 4-H Club Camp !i are offered for almost everything Available For Already Sponsored;

I : so no one can afford not to. register :
Him VeteransThe
,I t Monday i, lIul'hlnlOn,1 their catch In compliance with the Eligible More Expected
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rules of the which
contest have been
At a meeting held her Tuesday who returned this week from' al 1 American Defense and World I:
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simplified as much as possible I! The plan
announced
last
brief vacation In DeFnnlak War Victory Medals will n* ready week to
night at the courthouse.
attended The contest will run until September
j said that the 4-H Club i ( for distribution to eligible Naval name Miss Glades County at the
by an overflow crowd of prlngl'l
t'ommE'r- :iO and any bass caught onl next
!t Camp MrQ1Iarrlf' Ot'ala July veterans on August 1, It was anA dance as a benefit for the
: del I fishermen, nah dealers and In- a hook either with artificial live j I
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The Question I The Answers National Park service has: become one of the great trustee

1 ofrifiican historyand trot::turn In the system of national>t
1. Wt.at to 1. It becomes
happens a patent public property '
then it expires' i 2. No, at times it is possible to Slave Laborer Protests parks today are more than 80 sItes hallowed; by the events that ;"

2. Is it difficult to hunt the : approach and catch it with bare This depaitirent has received a have transpired there or by deeds which have been memorial. -*.
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spruce grouse hands letter from a housewife saying it 15 r, ized in marble and stone. Almost every phase of America' ,'

3. What year saw the rise of the 3. In 500 B. C. about time she got some of tbe I' past finds expression in one or more of these sacred areas "-

Maya civilization in Mexico I 4. More than $3oiOMeeo. labor benefits and demanding a where National Park service is endeavoring to present Ameri- ...

4. What was the total yield of 5. Iowa, which has about one- little attention "I am the most : histol'in a simple. straightforward manner in order thatit
the Comstock Lode mine* fourth of all the first class farm over-worked, .ver-rushed, over-burdeed. I can and t
t. Which state has the most f er- land m the country ov tired, over-exploited : may be readily understood ,j '
she declares correctly interpreted by every vis belong to the first 75 years of Ac
w. soil? 6. Yes and it was wed by worker in this country 'I -
6. Was there a forge at Valley Washington and his .... "and all this yelling about itorAt republic are Fort McHeory sal
of tn important tional monument and historic shrteefat
most
slave labor makes sick. I more
Forge in Washington's time 7. Yes under the skit c* their ; me
of educational service Baltimore. )(d.
Sites a program birthplace of tell
7. Do snake have ears? beads
to the "Star Spangled Banner the
t. How far are we from Mars? 8. About 35,000.000 miles The letter runs: i i Lee-
"Dear Sir: If you are looking for i{ public has mansion national memorial at Ar
-- somebody who really has an honest National Parks been established lington, Va., which was the hone ofGen.

NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS kick about working injustices I'm 7tnth with Robert E. Lee and is tyfinTat :;

your gaL My feet are flat, my legs ; competenthistorians : the plantation days of the tit', ,

are gone, my back aches, I've get In a Series in I South. -
I Mile-a-Minute Crocheted Cloth. a splitting headache dishwater charge.GuiMs Of interest also is the birthy!***,

hands, chapped elbows house- !! will of Abraham Lincoln near H 4|* -., ,'<

Kitten Potholders Excellent Gifts maid's knees cookstove fever, set- be found in many of the areas as vile Ky. Here at Abraham Lhesia. _

tub ague grocery.list tremors, iron- !' well as museums with interpretative national historical park m a magi ..;r
mg.boerd jitters and that isn't half Ii j and study collections At other mficeut memorial building is pre.
of it. I arras guide service has been supplemented senwbat is thought to be the tog
or supplanted by sett-ex cabin in which Lincoln was bora

Well, I'm revolting I demand anew I planatory maps, literature, outdoor e e
deal I ask shorter hours bet signs and trailside exhibits. NEARLY ALL of the great battlefields
ter recreation facilities more Historic sites in the national park of the War Between the Statesare

money, six paid holidays a year anda system fall roughly into six differ- now under jurisdiction of Na-
fairer contract. And if I get 'em ent groups or periods-Colonial, tional Park service.
III eat your hat. Come to think of Revolutionary, Era of the Early Re- By visiting them In chronological "

it, I guess I could refuse to do the public, War Between the States, succession one may require .._
dishes, sweep the house, make the Winning of the West and the recent a thorough understanding

beds, dust the furniture, look after Age of Industrial Expansion of the events of this vast inter-
.
the kids, let the cat oat air the dog, nal struggle.
shop for the groceries, do the cookj I THE COLONIAL period is represented The better known battles ef this

ins and make a fourth at bridge i. by the Castillo de San Marcos war of which the sites are included '

right now on the ground that I have and Fort Matanzas national monuments in the national park system are: :

no contract, like John Lewis did. at St. Augustine, Fla.. Fort The first and second battles cfGETTYSBUntj J.

(Compared to a housewife, the coal I Raleigh national historic site in ::1
miners have it soft. They just sweat i North Carolina Colonial national Y -
deeper in the ground) i historical park in Virginia, Fort n,. r -'.
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a _-_ Frederica national monument! in ::

Georgia. George whmgton birth-
I
"I am writing my congressman. .
place national ent in Virginia
There is nothing in any labor bill
and Fort N. national bat-
that even refers to me by inuendo
You will have to excuse me now as tlefield site ir. vania.
the sink is full of dishes again, 1 The CastilU. an )Marcos
I A Housewife i, moated and b.UUWlCd, was begun -

+i -.- i in the 17th century to defend s tt
the oldest settlement made
i..ii Ui"
i 5321 "P. S.-Don't tell me to hire a
latta.ru,a.a...tts by Europeans on land now In-
..... maid. I had one once. Every timeI
..'.It\ia: \"
.. ... eluded within the United States.
.1.. :'''!' ,. ,,..- moved anything in the icebox she
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." \1. From the battlements of this fktt
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... .. .. certified a jurisdictional dispute.
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,... ,". ...'..'..-.: 1." 'i_ J Gay Potholders S . today one may look across Matau-
......,i.I.: little kitten zas inlet and out to sea. With a bit
potholders U
....... 'T"I."tutu GAY
..":;';'.:a'a.,"'fa"'0\-\. ,' I your kitchen. The] \AMS1H\G AMERICANISMS of imagination one may see there I!
'. .. ... the proud galleons homeward boundto
i "
. 'I.III..W. : .. : measure seven inches and make "Hotel rooms $1.50 up
,... ...:,;" ._...h'.,.., wonderful shower bazaar Spain with the treasures of Peru ,
gifts
. or -
,,1\"I''IWI1' '
.1 ua.s.....n ...,,'fU.1 Use scraps of ginghams, percalesor "What we want most is cus- { or the Golden Hind which brought
La!Y7i!!1at1 II linens and embroider little toner good will" Sir Francis Drake in 1586 to plunder Dedicated to Peat

faces on the finished holder ; the Spanish town or the shipsof

5313 . "If you have any complaint to General Oglethorpe, who in 1740 Manassas in northern \irginia, An.

To obtain complete Instruction fat make don't hesitate to do so" { laid siege to St Augustine. tietam in Mary and, Gettysburg in
Easily Crocheted Cloth i making lr Kitten Potholders Fatten _-- i On Roanoke island to the north, Pennsylvania Shiloh in Tennessee
No actual size on chart for tmbrotderirK -
THIS handsome tea cloth is tend 20 cents In coin, your "We aim to please" on what is now the coast of North Vicksburg in Mississippi C cbo .,:

"mile-a.minute" you name, address and pattern numberSFWINO I Carolina is the site of Sir Walter mauga and the Atlanta campaign in

can make it so quickly' Crochet I I, Raleigh's 'tost colony." Here, each Georgia, Chattanooga in Tennessee ,

vide bands and set together with sons Wells CIRCLE St. FFDLEWORKM tkitaf !. IlL The movies have bought "Har summer is presented in pageantry and Fredericksburg, Chancellors-

ted, blue, green or ellow.. Enclose 20 cents for Patten. vey' for a million douses amore the drama of the ill-fated first attempt vine, Spottsylvania Richmond, 3
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- NG and we understand thai Brock Pem- of the English to plant a colony Petersburg and Appomattox in Virginia t:t
To obtain tomp*:.. croc .e,"'C Ins'ruc- Name berton is insisting that the money on the North American continent "
Mat for Uw Mlle-a-Ur ate Cloth Patters .
, and the person passim it be at no e
tiit !5113 send 38 ctrt .otn >our name Address
Mretl and pattern LU" .i fir I time inv is;b'e! Still further north on Jamestown THE GREAT WESTWARD moon-

. -- -- - island in Virginia is the site of the ment began long before the War Be- .I'

CAN I'Ol REMEMBERAUJI first permanent English settlement. tween the States and continued far

.ci ubtn At AW V irmr ttt lout Fort Frederica national monumenton many decades after. In this phase ,
I of Ait ut t. baU' At cuatmtnf i St Simon's island Georgia repSTILLO of history one finds in the national

''7 .. park system the Jefferson utl Bat

Unforgettable line by the late expansion memorial at St. Louis.
Big Dick" Butler: "The old-time i: ; I Mo.. the Meriwether Lewis national

- political tratm; used to be open ...... monument in Tennessee, which contains

11 hands are grAly dusted with 1] Greasy containers can be easily and above board like it should be it the grave of the explorer who .
talcum powder before doing fine 'I cleaned by rubbing w ith dry corn- it's to be honest." a y led the Lewis and dark expeditionthrough :

sewing knitting crocheting during | n eat t, the northwest to the Pacific

hot weather it will eliminate I( -.-- The Garble: Sisters coast, and the Scotts Bluff national
stickiness of hands. i I Keep washing machine cords 'i monument in Nebraska, a famous
-.- I out of water even though they MVbat do you thins of Jim Far. landmark on the Oregon Trail.

As you empty fruit jars wash are waterproof cords. ley's memoirs?" There are also the frontier raft*
and thoroughly: dry them then -.- I "I read they would make more tary posts of Fort Laramie In Wy ,

place the lid on to prevent chip- near dress shields in non-wash money than Stymie but that Assault ming and Pipe Springs in Arizona ::

ping able dresses, if you perspire under would pass 'em both before the s.- the site of the Whitman massacrein
-.- the arms. Keep shields immaculate summer is over"' t sr Washington and the site of Ous

Place a piece cf adhesive paper I with frequent washings. "That Taft Heartless bill got ter's last stand in Montana.

over the crack in the outside wall i through didn't it! What do you J In the West also, in the Black -
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If it remains unbroken for a time -- think of it*" ; Hills of South Dakota, is the ama _

you may rest assured the settle- "It might be okay even if the Big [ ing memorial carved la the graniteof
ment which caused the crack has Three don't act on it. I didn't like Mount Rushmore to the memoryof ."

about reached the hmit Repairs the section that freed hotel rooms C:\ DE SAN MARCOS : the four presidents, Washington, '-
can then be made from the United Nations' rates butI Jefferson Lincoln and Theodora
-.- Q see Ford had to put Padway beck Oldest V 5 Defense ,I Roosevelt '
!
Coarsely woven cr braided. t.!ilhantly 5-, f '( s(.rk in that dispute with the I .

colored table mats in < ear 10 BIGCOLDaoriAI firemen iver coal so maybe every. resents the English struggle with i REPRESENTING MORE recent _

ruby red emerald green, cense or Delicious I..rg will: come out fairly well." the Spanish for dominion of the I times are the Statue of Liberty national '
chartreuse will be a smart vogue -.- South Atlantc coast. monument in New York barber

for summer tables Simple china o KSI "I wish everybody would jet together On the banks of the Potomac river the memorial at Kill Devlk '
and clear glassware are especially S and control the atomic m Virginia is George Washington I North Carolina, marking the site ',

C effective with these mats. ,II 1BBULEAMPS I bomb. Ail the big men are for it. \; birthplace national monument of the first airplane flight by the
i I and In Pennsylvania, near Farming. Wright Vanderbilt :
Baruch Hoover, Frankie Shea Ted brothers the
-- Williams, Stassen Mel Ott and all ton a reconstructed pioneer fortifij I mansion and the home of Frail *

CHEW of "em. j cation marks the site of Fort Necessity D. Roosevelt at Hyde Park N. Y. -

BOB Maybe they will do it at that I I I battle and the scene of the opening I. Representing the world of to
9t the French and
India
Pans meeting. now that Dewey has i{ morrow Is the proposed aatitft-
-and parents approve this laboratory-pure, gone there WIth his two SOBS" I war . al monument to mark the site
"If .f the first atom bomb explosion
; they an act sensible they
foil-wrapped bubble !
quality THE
GREAT
gum .: should do it on the first ballot." Revolutionary war in New Mexico.
,. battlefields of Saratoga in New York The most acquired national -
Bernard Frouad,winner of priM date in recent - and Yorxtown in recently
contact, ...yaHUB p..v me. btffcr i| "Gee do you think there will be Virginia are included historic site is the Adams '
time*"H.mother Mrs.Ruth 1 another war?" m the national: park system I mansion at Quincy, Mass. This- _
: BUB i. made to highest as wen as the site of Washington's "
: "How can it be mansion, a part of: which dates back
American standards of quality and puntjT'BUB stopped with all winter
encampments at Morristown, to 1739, has been the borne of two
I
I them iron curtains being
swrts an Pure Food requiremroutItamad reported N JOther
-4: eatiMj ia the U S.A.-vtdtrOn !I everywhere*" I presidents and many statesmen and':
i stet....,;..'7 os drwwa! important Revolutionary writers, and its history flows continuously .,-
"Yeah and with
Mrs
RgbubW.s.very I Rooseveltstill i battteneld sites m the national park Aner-
the whole
through
unable to settle the Chinese : system are: White Plains in New I wan
scene from earliest days of the '
Whet de
war you think: is strongest i York Guiiford courthouse and <
republic
to the
now, the" Western world or the I Moore s creek in North Carolina .presentA .
Eastern? I Kings ountaoi and
| Cewpens a
complete list of national historic -
y r "VTell. know the old South Carolina
you
tsep..rra (yUM' t tt Kr that whichever was out ahead saying e . sites may be obtained by wr*:.'
on I mg the Director National Par .'
L.d hr a+. r""r rw t ease July 4 will wind up winner in September LiSTe li AMONG Use more in- Service
.- tereu Department of the bt< tw ::g and sigruncatt sites which '
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"HERE is no good arguing I
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,..gument available: with an I One More Stupid Woman J
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a mat tot otk thtt rages usj i
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-: ]] parentbesis in eternity.I .- ,
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i He are stow to believe what I IiI

< I bed wuM hart our felt :
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I Opinion is like standing water ;
and breeds reptiles of the rr.ir.i 'T
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.: iii' / \ gone been marriage dead dying-perhaps for years.has" after Married the first life yean.oft**Fraafes heeomet Lyevu Jtttl,

ubo writes for aJtice to Mia
Can Your Most Luscious Fruit writes Frances Lyons of Rich
.; ; r r? bf mond. "I don't remember quite Norris, says tie can no longer ,.
:4 Jars her drab
.X le1Ke.
when the glamor went out of it,
Pure nesmoI So&p. Fruit Preserving She tells Mia Xorris thai there
. mild and LTVX CHAMBERS' lESe but it is as dull ROW as if Billy

, G 0O d specially ent'ta I 'rs 15 t..e \.r r..rv wen and I had never fallen in lo\"e- is nothing exactly ur9g 119
other other
They
aromas, no man.
forjentlydeansisg: ha--: waited for-the year when ; Pineapple Ice if we did. Perhaps it never was
Soothing, oily for the tender eta Ham Loaf with and bait two nice children, fist
they: could obtain ur.Iimitod quantat's : real love, Just excitement
Resinol Ointment of sugar to put up aO the fruit j i Spiced Peach Garnish the novelty of being married- borne, t fair income. The treublfis
' medicated relieve Baby and berries in Buttered Parsfeyed Potatoes they bait fill** out of lot*.
J itchy burnJEg of mi in their orchards 'Just kid stuff. Yet I was 23, and
thr i' Harvard Beets The oU emotion just isn't there.
Lj norridaurritatlons.: : patches. I IJ Bftly? four years older. Our people
i .. -- For many of us. it his been so'j White Bread highly approved of the mar They are heginning to graft on
Molded Melon Salad
nil since we put up fruit in any each others turret.
Fresh Berries with Cream riage. Ours was a church wed-
quantity that a Frances wonders ij she **J her
After that there
Cookies Beverage ding. were
i YIT quck: brush-up of happy the husbanJ, too, tteuUn't he happier ,
years getting new ,
rr.-'trrKis: is esseti' I
ij they were Jir rceJ. She
house two
1 As in all big.dcrtakings inches above the Jars. If the water running, welcoming
the beautiful boys. says she maid marry egsis. i
tends to boll the
checks away daring processing
1 ':Arriving organ- ; '- "The 9 and 7 She just fasts to get away from
; time, it's a goad idea to have ; boys now are ; we
. .: anal work & 'f a kettle of boiling water near by both adore them, naturally. But between I lettUss tawv pt>tre.
:: perspiration -t important from which the sadly caa be read- i BiDyand me there is a complete Miss irrw" ref&et that such a s i
a-.i this caa fee ily replenished. break We Just don't seem to dirorce uetild he a fatal mittake. :
.> ft.p dav before. Count the processing time from talk) the same language any more. Sooner or later Francet w.itU heirisbig ; 1 ,W
i odor .<' acv before you begin actual i the time the water starts boiling. Sometimes we're polite and silent. she seas back in the security 1
! ,' "'! check equipment to be ,
ass When processing time is finished Sometimes we flare up at each other
her titth-tnj's
of rmt. 1
= rt' that it works properly. Fort remove jars with a Jar lifter to for a moment, when he feels that t
THE WAY '. i .md berry canning you will I prevent burning the fingers) and I am indifferent to his interests or After a complete hreak, lUll a ;

,Mde with a .tare crwm baftYojot I "d a water bath which may be place on thick layers of newspaperto I make plans that don't include him. return would he ;.,.".61,.
a M orttMffy *Mkirj to normal tkjnfNo I ;i 'arge ketUe or broiler! fittedv. I cool. And then of course !sometimes we Frances should do eteift&rng theca

harsh chemical or irritatiag . h a rack and a tightly fittingc For many of the new type lids, quarrel, when he comes home to regain her kmsbanft less,
Mite. Want k m aria or dotka j >\'er. Or. you also may urea" prose I the manufacturer docs not approve j' tired. I am always tired with two aJMtet ..Horrit.. ...J-I,
Stays toft and miry, nevct grt ..: cooker for Pl't\'p"g. but this inverting the jar to test for leak,. j I lively boys and a 10-room house a happy home for her tons.
grainy.Trj :, not as essential for fruits as It I This is one reason for not inverting to manage without help.

cnsei Y'i -*- ''<, tie Wi r.derfd! :; '. r vegetables. certain types of jars. i "There isn't any other man; there
I will needCral large pans I When the Jars are cool wipe them ; isn't any other woman It's Just that She won't busy herself with growing I

.,. ;?'es for preparing: the fruit I off. label and store in a cool, dark j we bore each other; I don't take any flowers, todjriag a hMfTngt, !
-akin, the syrup You aIM place. t roiafe t ID my own live, and I bow keeping her wardrobe efaanalkf, i
'! i to prepare jars. checking I Use Tin Ttat' Table ;' Billy is as tired of the whole setup' starting table games with the boys i I
iiI cracks a".d irp-p.-rfections as I am. Is it smart this letter and their father asking Billy at ,
\.:ng them in hot soapy If you are usteg the water bath. concludes. "to go on with this half- least one sympathetic and Interested
.':! certain you have enough which is recommended by mst experts life, dragging through days without question at night about Us I. ?
- lids you will r'-v." -' love that really fe He to a woroaat .business, telling Mm at feast tae

1 "irtating .\...- want to observe Is it fair to bring the boys op in this tiny detail of gaod sews as he sits i

1 '. ugh fruits and berries vary the processing u- RJ! ', lifeless atmocphere hearing no hap down at the taMe. I

--ro and moister content, it of is ftlI time. veryfollow- ..<.- ..---fig--....-".'>" py plies home and talk occasional hearing only outbursts! chril re-of New Problems Will Come. i t i
--- sort --
'*::be to make scene and lag fruits are anger that show them hew completely She wants to remaia a* etental f
--.3\e as to how much syrup processed for %0" out of sympatny we are? adolescent, an etft'Ml1mde, always
HOT- : lumber: of jars you will need. minutes : apri- t1j seen through a mist of retereace. t
Fir sweet fruits, you wit use a cots. blackberries 'Freer and Happier Apart white veOmg. orange bkaaons. 9le !

FL4SHESfl1J '=,.made of t cups of sugar tot blueberries. cherresjrrar.ts, "I should never marry anyone says she won't marry ....... bet !
ojpof water; for slightly acid gooseberries, peaches. peer=. pHms.! else. : I don't believe Bin would. Bet presently she will "to give'the boys 1 ,
Wema la Jt'UF4O'V: Doe UUronettonU a ; 'ru.t. use 2 eupl of sugar to 3 cups raspberries, rhubarb and strawber mightn't we both lead freer and happier a good father to hare a man's in- I i
'nUddl-*?.' period pcenl : .-: water: for acid fruit, 2 cups of i boss apart! Call it foeompati flwence over them." I '
tar to women CUM mm to vii:u hot
ffuhM. orrou.. tugiutruc* se.k. i c,I gar to 2 cups nt water is ample. ries.Apples and pineapple processedin i Jbffirf caD it mental cruelty on both 1 Then wreckage. Then the claims I
tired J'lAkham"(fcUcftT Vwtnabi Ttn Ao Compound try Ldi4 wr K. i If the fruit is very acid. 2 cops ofs the same type of water bath, willrequire sides, can ]it what you like. But of the new husband Jealously . j
.U T. such 1YD1:>wma. It.. to** J -5r to 1 cup of water is essential. 30 minutes while quinces ; doesn't it spell failure and isn't I _j f
pressed against the older claim of ( .
tor tits purpc..i is made simply by add- there something one can do about :
The: *> rup require 35 1I nutIM. ,
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Takea War Pk C' ..
re<< a :: 5 \n. motherhood. Then financial degradation.
pound h.lpe bud op rxittaac* ; .; the -ugsr to the water and bofle If you are natag the pressure H? _
anUllt each 4au.e.! ThoUMll4t tiararrport.d : : together for 5 minutes. cooker for processing, keep the indicator s I Billy must help support the '; ,

in-.tcliio baca&tl tonle.( Aiao"cni a 9W7 trying-=KUn! 1! !' vo.: arc canning large fruits between Sand 14 pounds This !is the fort of letter and situ : boys. Billy hasn't paid this month; p

IKMLfMMUIVWMBacKac i i *,. as pe.v "PS and pears allow pressure and process all fruits. except anon that account for thousands of Arthur must pay. .. ,
: 1 girt of syrup to pineapple and quince?. for 10 broken homes and thousands cf ;I The heartbreak for the children.

1 s .,t a quart jar of minutes The two exceptions win small boys and girls either shunted i' They won't show it; teeyTI shut it
\\ -u 31.-4' I [ fruit. For small require 15 minutes processing. i into boarding schools or placed by into their puzzled, inarticulate little
I ra ; '; fruit or berries. Queries Answered the state in institutions that care for. boy hearts. They'll pay an their
I j r you will need How high should fruit be packedfor i misplaced unwanted drifting lives for Mom's incompatibility and \
mmmnl'fay1r'ara.f : r" onh a half pint canning? Pack frvK and syrupto American children. What a bitter : Dad's mental cruelty. Cheated out
if syrup to the within one inch of the top. 'I 1 shame it is! I t of home, Mother, Dad. cheated out .
quart How much salt should: be addedto Only this year In our state an immense : of the love and security that is the 1
_'__ The amount of water in which peeled fruit is :| sum was raised to build an- :: first essential to happy Bring, happy I
IHwdrredKUi fruit usually *er.is placed to prevent discoloration! other of these half-charity, half-pay I I and safe growing-up, what can be I
.y Action I " tip<''' the size but ordinarily Add one teaspoon of salt to each homes this one for 200 boys All expected of the boy. except similar I
H.a"-t7...4t ha s.rri.. 3 s rrraa4 \t"eunt 2 pounds of fruit for the quart of water used. i but IS per cent of these boys have stupidities and mistakes. \
Im tmI*n-w i kabio.nk.upowm toproper .uag uC ui.aWrtknn quart jar. This wit aid m estimating What makes fruit and tirratoes two living parents, who have found : rm afraid! Frances hain't tha 'i

.i tk. kUMyv.MaY7.a TWy art:apt_...1M k.a area,aM 1 your yield. float! Too much processing, too ', each other "incompatible' or" guilty qualities that pun a marriage out
_..... aad fail w ftiwr **nm aa4 Method of Packing heavy a syrup cr too loose a pack of mutual "mental cruelty Isn'tIt : of a Jam lib this. They are great
ud.Ur. lmpmlch..tt..tM W.-gttagw.ea. Some fruits and berries are hot. may be the causes. a bitter shame qualities: Courage imagination.
Tarn .ay aafat aaffa ( b.ebebIsg packed but most women prefer using Why should fruit far canning be This woman won't give herself affection, self-forfetfulness.: She'd
n.4ag--4M.-w.c -., al&kCla.7 the cold pack method for pre- uniform in size and ripeness? Fruit : generously, tenderly to making a have to be made orer. Ho shall
tu.4..r..e puso .alA ____ O er..... paring fruit for canning as it takes should be evenly ripe and about the borne for her three men. She 1> run the usual course- explaining.
., kida.y, biaaaar taxed an BMUM. be i won't face the fact that the breathless :' Justirricg herself, softening it to the
tos1a4..wTry .. !> less time. If the fruit is carefully I same size so that processing will
packed there will be little floating. equal. ; passion of yousg lore has set- boys, setting her Jtw stubbornly 1
WVt NXa. DMU.1 ; tied down into cosamonplaca affection when BiHy asks to reconsider,
aamtai ..- W4, Wash and clean the fruit peelingand Can I can over-ripe fruit No
twaeJII T SfU" W "M 1oaIf. coring. slicing and stoning when it's too difficult to get a good product :' and respect She isn't smart to try again. ADd three years after 1
:.ayaw:::s at ycbaaaMPanL mtaM ararrvaara.DDANS *1 '* necessary. Pack into sterile Jars Use over-ripe fruit and berries enough to knew that when there Is aha ends this pofafflttalTy happy, per-
y ( caara : that metal affection and respect ahaTI :
f bow
,.. l and attach the lid; usJrg manufac for fruit butters as the fruit I *cty rjflrmal marriage, '
'
turers' directions. will have to be mashed and there lore bas an odd war of creeping want to fe. back fa aafary. wife Bffly

Process by placing the fruits in is enough: sugar to act as a pre back a different sort of love-carried :I and tha'boTsVfThrt. '-jatrsT per
PILLS I' and sweeter than
1an-odftpeJ' hap- tIee monthL' Paraapa'thrM
.bath, making certain servative.
ter
'C'& .
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PAGfiFOCB GLADES cOUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY. AUGrST i. 1.4 T
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GLADES COUNTY the community; striving always tot I\ :MEMORY t test case to put the matter more of Congress and awaiting slgna&r, .<-
protect the taxpayers from addedtax I Of Our }'ether.-Thorn l'ulTf. Who quickly before the supreme court which would prevent the shipment
DEMOCRAT bills while attempting to eco Was CaJl d Home to Hcm,,-. This of the state. of illegally caught fish across the #

MOORE HAtfc.9, FLORIDA nomize and stretch the small city July Two Tf'6I"Iogu The recent order by the commission state line The game sad tru :
was Induced by the decision water fish commission ha) yet t. :
-- ---_-- -__ income to cover a constantly increasing .
:: = dear handed down by a circuit judge in prove. however that fish ....tk' f'
Eottm a. second-class matter. May, cost of operation, working I Daddy, two years ago !
I. 1127 at the PoctofHce at loon always to build his community and : God called you from us here Leon county last week that the legislative from Lake Okeechobee are tIle t aj -t?
Haven. Florid, under the Act of acts which permitted the caught. < =.
see your
Congress of March t. HITPatlUfcr on a modern basis. The results; But though we cannot
have seemed quite small to some I face resumption of fishing were unconstitutional

bat each step was a progressive To us you are ever near Judge W. T. Harrisonof J. N. Maloy- '
I-: "ry Friday By previously _
this circuit ted
THE LI.ADEe I'HINTIXfi CO. ._. one We loved you Daddy I
CARK SETTLE, ADd wMiM have kept you with as nou e. PsklUhrr To Mack goes practically the entire Continued free Pa U
I Daddy 1 were uaconstrtational although
most
But Janus loved yon '
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credit for the betiding of a
dale three brothers L. A. '
; C.
--- aa _
And called you home to be with refused to grant the commission I
number of government houses hereto
and George Maloy, all of
I
1I.'lp. Rateat I I Him injunction against netting opera-
hoo!!. Riddle Field workers He
O..1.$2:9, UOMFoUowis. and a sister, Mrs C. A. Ltssr:

IU M..tb. __ __ ____. __ I.9vEAlvDECJIJ.VGS .. 'I' found the right political string to Mrs Yow Carl Children urge, the meeting Tuesday Tampa
pull and I only assisted hiss In following -
Jik Hell stated '"CtY suits will be
Ml*. OrIel Bailey ,
it and seeing the houses
op '
hf. Ckt *. instance when the Good Crowd '-
started. The contractor who w. Mr*. K: B. KMoB. every
F. Cwrry __...... its seat attempt to
found to build the houses refused
seise confiscate fish or property
or
) to pat up more than the sixteen I (Oattaned tram Paa. U
Carr Settle worth offish
By Everytlme they take $10
j units constructed although twenty- Settle. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Fssilir -
Army Engineers will have a beariac from a commercial fisherman
I five had been authorized and no control Mr and Mrs. Probst, Mr andStanley ,
to determine whether the %0:
we will sue them for $
As a result of the city election other contractor was interested at levels of Lake Okeecbobee shall be I Waymaa. Mr sad ...:=.
teat Monday there will be a mew the time in building a mere nine below the 14 to 17-foot Today was the deadline set bythe Jacob HefJia Mr and Mrs a C, ;
face on the city commission next units when they were built by the dropped maalmum which la commteakm for the seiners to Klutts. Mr and Mrs F. D. ,_:
minimum and
Taeaday night and Arthur Barton hundreds all over the state I.. now In use M requested by a leave the lake. I Mr and Mrs Ray Donald ",. .>

.will he sworn in After that hewfll told that Mack was criticised after number of truck farmers operating This moraine's newspapers said Mr. aDd Mrs. D. c. Gorman. Me* '_
have to accustom himself to I the need for housing became even on the south side of the lake. that stocks of fresh water fish were C. V Wadtow. Ralph W....... Mam. ,-
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being sworn at and possibly doinga sore acute after the field closed > I've getting low in most place asMl Gladys Stalls. Mrs Csrolfie4 .Ji-
I feel and almost everyone
little .wearing on his own ocEaatenally. -I because he failed to obtain the found in this section agree, that to that only one barrel of fish had. Mrs QaeaUa Baawll, Mrs. 14s..:;;
other nine units and that is definitely from Clew :,
lower the lake level at this time to been ached, one sent Click Mrs. Harry Koattr MW
As we welcome Arthur as our new unfair take care of an emergency flood iston Prances Hardy Mrs K F L.e*. -;:
CfrBiBiiesfeeer and trust that his that the of MrsJ. S Aly and Miss HfcsBaKalbfell
tens I honestly feel community situation is a very shortsighted Mention was also made anembargo --} =f
will b e a moot progressive one, we owe Mack a gratitude far beyond policy which, in the long run will I art passed br both houses !, ..;j .
also bid farewell to Mad; Greene the slight stipend he receivedfor damage those requesting the hange
hU predecessor who voluntarily retired his services for the time effort .
I I just as much aa it does the rest of ----- -- - ------ - .- - -.
at the end of his second term. and interest he showed as a com us With the present out'"ts the -- ,

In the sis years Mack has served MWMontr and I can say that I've lake level cannot be dropped any

en the board, and I've been with I enjoyed thoroughly the six years of lower than it is being dropped now
aim through all those six jears association with him on the board. and it appears quite likely that the HOMOGENIZEDVITAMINf
I've found him always interestedIn I engineers will continue to emptyas

trying to protect the interests ci I D,wn in Belle Glade Monday the much water. possible in order D MILKAnd

I I to prepare for further heavy rains
.. >, -' _ h.--. 1' in September rains which mayor
.
I' may not come. Should they come
Alfar Products
the lake level will hardly have been Other
GLADES THEATRE I reduced enough; that further flooding
will be prevented but If they fall to AVAILABLE AT YOUR

come the law of averages indicates
Moore Haven : : : Florida that it will be next spring before GROCERY AND

there is anY' great rainfall to replenish
the water which has been DRUG STORE
SATURDAY ONLY withdrawn from the lake. The

point I'm trying to make is that the

BOB STEELE KEN 101.-\Y ARD lake level is up or down accordingto I LFACREAMERY
acts of God and the engineerscan
"WESTWARD BOUND""SON only exercise controls sing

averages as a basis for their control I
OF ZOHRO' No I regardless of where the control CO.

--- levels may be set In periods of

drought we knew the tremendous Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
SUNDAY and MONDAY importance of having a full lake as ,

a reservoir for all of South Florida West Palm Beach Fla.FLAMINGO .
ReBERT WALKER and BRIAN DONLEVY: In for irrigating crops, for con- ,

trolling muck fires and for prevention
"BEGINNING OR THE END"FOX
of natural oxidation and!

subsidence. Aad the higher the
NEWS
control level is set, the more water -
,
will be Impounded In the lake -
during wet times for taking care of I .
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY'"UNTAMED
our water needs in periods of
drenght I

FURY"FILMED It is indicated now that a ,

ble GIfdes County delegation rizea-j
IN: THE OKEFENOKEE: SWAMPS attend the hearing in protest
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the proposed change I I

THURSDAY and FRIDAY I PERSONALS

DOLGLAS rAIRD\NKS: JR. in I
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Rev W S Botenaa ,..a1n Au

"CORSICAN BROTHERS" burndale the first of the wed; to I DAIRY FEED i'

take Mona Jo Lee T.mmy Cook! I' I

and Wilma Strickland to attend the _
Methodist Young People's Cat':.p being ,
held there this .kudr. Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

00 and Neil Taylor also are attendingthe
samp going there from Bartuw Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR

'.GOOTires where they were Tinting
$. Alfred Roberts and daughter SALE IX TIIIS ARE AT DEHYDRATING PLANT IX
Q'! How at LESS than ( Nona of Orlando spent several days MOORE HAVEN
O __ this week visiting Mr. and Mrs'

fPREWAR HUMS ILooking David Shaw WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
Mr and Mrs Norman Pinkerton
MOORE HAVE* FLORID.1PLATE
j j and T. F. Sheridan of Lakeland i -
I war here for the lff"ek-(Ind.I "

I State Road Patrolman Collier "'; .
) for a 1'05e.'u tire that rtJiy ours can prewar tires who has been vacationing at his -
Cast your eyes on the new B.F.Goodnch SilvcrtowoprorrJ home in DeLand. -
returned the
i millions miles of service than past
and Approved in more
1 any other postwar tire. Wider, flatter, huskier tread pats 11'''-'...
more rubber on the road. More sod stronger cords take Mr. and Mrs P. H. Corner and : tl
1 more strain from road shock and rout blowouts better family of Depew Okla., were the
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guests last week of his brother. LUNCH
OUTWEAR i Fred Corner and family at Ortona I

I Mr. and Mrs H. C. Keenan and

p PREWAR TIRES : Virginia Raye left Thursday morning SPECIALS
; for Indiana where they will visit "
pt ( f But ttt Best ntvt is today's relatives for the meet four weeks

7 low puce-lower, in fact than t Mr. and Mrs Glen Etherton and MEAT AND THREE
VEGETABLES _
prewar with a Big Trade-in Children
1 of Ctewtatoa spent Sunday
4 Allowance.Iwry 1 with his parents Mr and Mrs H.
I Cvrrtot t.V Ibis.C.*Owat.e Mch Tlr. '1. Etherton DRINK NUT ROLLS PURE
j
d d "Brer?me or Mbc of corSMaancnr J E rrierson was hi Sebring
brwio out BUTTER
I ...I __ ..-.. Wednesday to Mind the sale of CORNBREAD -
ia par..tmd m lie gee War Assets surplus
property at
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h t f... malia won- Sjr+++.+ri0 4riSr. ,
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.h.p s.d..seri.l ntbo.t ... ... Hendricks FieM +H + ->->4 -GOOlalOl'
oat.a pp Oos GI a.1e- ..1440._ Mr and Mrs E. P. Ewing and

L..._.,...... Keith are leaving in the morning Delicious Meals You'll Always
AI for avnesville. N C.. for a two-
Leo DOWNS we.ks vacation Where there Mrs. Remember
1.25 A WIll(:
,.. He. $..0a1aM Ewing will take a eovm Ia Sunday
I vc. School leadership at the Methodist THEY ALL COME BACK TOMaude's -
-a. Tamp at nearby Lake J.I...,
b j j she having been chosen M on* of

.Ilhree j representative fn the Lake-
Wood ::i land district for this courseVVhitaker .
Ralph E. Doll Produce: 1 I ---- Cafe

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Phone 2831 Moore Haven

: (Continued from Page 1) Moore Haven's Favorite Eating Place
/ created the board

t Following.... statement
I by Belt
On The Corner
I j the fishermen said they continue. Moore Haven

.. i to pull their nets and If an arrest I.I' : .

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"+- 0 G 0 ceo 0 C 0 Q leu OC DC Q DC a a Q a oa a a C 0 a U U 10 DO I aa D DC I summer meetings of the class Games 1 Co.; Jessie Rath Brannan for Foster FOR *.%LE-'48 Ford station wa-

9 were played and welners were Cleaners; Dons Griffith for Ad-: gon IB tint class condition. Ra-

ed at the barbecue pit and l'Oat-1 kina Service Station Elizabeth Jones I clio, heater See Bob at Bus Station I

with all the customary ; by the DDT Spraying crew Jo Anne I I Clewiston. Florida.

t II 'PERSONAL SOCIETY I Attending were Johnny Sellers. Kartell by Moore Haven HoteL : -

Jimmy and Johnny Yaan. Tommy Compton't Store at Lakepon has I i nmI.EFJt'e..room house 1fith.

Hatchiaeon Jimmy Farnaia, Keith paid an entrance tee for a candidateto I or without hn tare.. ],[rs.. L. H.I .
E'lag Sandra Settle MarylynnRoberts. be announced and it is reported
Flor
Box 212, Moore Haven
Lilly.
s "":::::::::: ,-,_._._._._.-, ._ ...-,,-.."_-LL"'t Cheryl Sheridan and Sarah that there will be another Palmdale I[ tic.l .
"-"YYYV'" -""""""' -"" "' ''' g g a a a : ida.
CooksevJfssK candidate ia the race. l
Mr and Mr*. L. E. Faraam haveas viait with relatives in Dot baa. Ala .
An expected ally for the swimming -I
their house guest this week Mr Vernon Bryant art 1 .
daughter : MHOKx\> 1'..AiT1'ON pool fund was discovered this. LOOK HKIK: W&IItf'des to
Faraam s niece Miss Shirley Pape Miss Carolyn Bryant
moved the i Hll- T HInTIWn" II IIi week ia tile person of Ross Allen I start ia business oa oar capful us
at Miami. first of the week into the first of ,
I who dropped into Dowd's Store Sell some IM farm-home prodaetsTkoaoarta .
MM Sheila Kalbfeli of St. Louis. the Jordan apartment to be oc- I -
A birthday party was given Saturday saw tile advertising of tile contest oar dealers BOW make
jto., to visiting for a couple of espied on Avenue I.* I
for Jessie Raymond Nicholsof art promised his fall cooperation in quick sales big profits. For pmrtiealan -
WMks with Mr art Mra' Harry i Miss Dorothy Skipper, who stare I Miami. BOW visiting here with his gettiac tke pool built through far-I write ........'.. Dept. I
Foster Mrs Foster Mrs R. the close of school
sad i at Warrea-Wii-
I parents by his ...t. Mrs. Leacie sinking Plans, specification, etc.. FAH-K1-152 Memphis, T.... Itp
T. Abern met her ia West Palm son College. Swaaaaaoa. N. .
C. Has
Hancock the occaasoa being his art disclosed that Jab hobby is to
1a.ack. been IB New Mexico art other western II
first birthday. get swimming pools befit in as fII
Mrs Gladys stalls art daughter!i state M a Presbyterian Sunday I FOR S ILK-194' Ford Pickup
I
Indoor games were played and many Florida cities as possible Incase
Peggy returned home Taeaday from' School worker has returned to her Track excellent condition. low
refreshments of ice cream and (.ak.t-I any of yon don't know Ross is
a kAncatioa.. Mrs Stalls: home in Lakeport to apert the remainder mileage, terms cash Phone 2991
were tarred by Mra Haacock as- the Oeala mttaralist who has won
VBfca frit Bib in Jackaaaritte darfcu of the Timer. t Moore Haven or Glades Electric'Coop.
slated b> Mrs Ltadsey )lath l. national renown with his wore with
the time art Peggy ratted. fcer, Mr art Mrs Walter Fiupatrick lie
Attending were: France Roberts, snakes extracting the venom for I
Ater. Mrs. W. M. bias to VeroBeset. and daughter. Petty Him
art
Eddie Roberts Linda Mathis Gloria lUll ta medicines of various kinds. I
Martha Jean Valeatiae
of Ashland
Mathic Jeanette Mathis. Clara His visit acre was in the interest
Mr art Mrs J W. Atkins returned Ky., visited test week with Mr art
klaihto. Lloyd Mathis. Gordon Bry of this work for the Everglades is
home from Mrs R. \ Williams.. The I
Tuesday visitors.acrwmpsaied
a Tam -
Belle Bryant of his beat of ...1I.es.
sat Laura Bryaat. Billy one sources
ioa visit to Colorado and other by Mr Williaas. spent Mark R. Tennant
I Howard WhW.... Wanda Faye s
..... states. Their daughter.Via. Friday is Miami Mrs. John I
W hidden Bessie Hancock art Jaliaa Sextoa art Bobby re- Iieessed
E. F. Lutea of Mrs Fred A
Flanders
Qaiacy ac- spent several Hancock teamed this morning from California she
mmiaafTl them home for a visit.Mrs. days this week ia Sarasota - wkore they have Mea visiting relatives I Real Estate Broker qtr.
Hairy Faater art Sheila visiting frieadsMr .t
)\ U I> F\I1N\M HVs for the past two months. 1 GLADES COCXTT LANDS
Xaftcea were visitors at Fort Myers art Mrs O. E Missile were I 16TII nmnHnT" IUitI.

Bsack Tuesday. IB Arcadia Sunday to visit ku broth I Howard Bowen ain-nt last Frida 007 Congress Bldg. Miami Ha ..

IMI tsssor of Pahokee was a' er. D. W. Miselle who has been'II Mr and Mrs L. E. Farnam entertained I in Belie Glade with his brother -

wmmws visitor acre Tuesday critically ill a large group of young \i i. onnie. tel

)Ir. art Mrs' L. M Lilly art Mrs. J. W. Carrl and daagkter.Pamela .I I people at a bunco party Mondv I 1'--_

: .... Laadqaist were <.a TampaWwJmseday of Milwaukee art Mm evening honoring their son Don t taid's 11
art Thursday buyingSemitsre Tkdma Aly of TaUakaaose arrived sizteeath birthday ':

for their new toarist home 1'last Thursday for a visit with their The young people enjoyed many] COMPLETEReUpholstering

vtfak will open shortly parestu )lr. and Mrs J. S. Aly. progressions during the evening and | and ReConditioningof

>>1'. art Mr*. E. J. Bowyer art at the end of play, it was found I ).
MM, Pat aaJ Jerry spent mat week .o-t' U\\' SCHOOL ('I/Ax.o. that Miss Betty Robinson was entitled ,14t

at Fort Myers fi achMr Hs \\H\Klt KOAsT MONIHtMrs to the prtae for the highest Furniture t
Ithis.
art Mrs J. M Cease art score and Won halls for . CO\FH TULORFD TO UT .
riiMrM are spending this meek at E P. Ewiag entertained the high

Fwrt Myers Boach. members of her Sunday 5chool class 1 Refreshments of malt pooch and ]\ Mrs. F. E. Chalker, OwnerL. ;
Mr. art Mr*. :'Jai Cole of Fort of the Methodist Church at a eiaer cap cakes mere served at a late orh

lisasraale were here on business I roast held at the outdoor barbecue hoar and those enjoying the even C. Miller Assistant
UortayMr pit of the F. D. Faun home Moot lag were: a
W
and Mra W T. Ball and day afternoon. Betty RobiBSoa Doris (.nffuh MILLER'S RESIDENCE 314 E, OM.xI: '
eSdrea returned. Sunday from a The party coaclrted the weeklj Joyce
Shirley Pape Tracy Ange I
Clkk. Maide Click Jean Refill, Joy af

.. ..".. .' ".. o-"X. -k"-'l, Summers Martha, no,.< ," I
fiC-i<<< .*-<<<<-<+C ": : ( ( +Vo.-< -oo. ( .
Jessie Ruth Braaman Joan Ether- dle

THE BIG toa Jo Anne Hanrell Wan.U and TABLE BOARD ill
Nines Howdoahell. Lois Ann Cos:, I

Louise Raalersoa. Jiiimj Click VR.S. B. A. "Ol''G
()l<(!es Iiotwt Muss Contest John Mack Bran&an. Milton Asklns, brpica

t ton Stalls. Harold Cason Don 50 <

STARTS TODAYThe I Wright Bob KlBf. Doyle and Rupert :.I.eijr
Ball. Cleveland Hancock. Jia-1 1I RICH MEL-t>KK\ED D\1IT

tackle needs is ale Don Wilson Wilson Cason. Don ;3:3 TIL H .%. M. 12 TIL 2: P. M. i
in our
first thought j I at
GallisstnL Billy Robinson and I 5:30 TIL ?OO P. NL
hardware department. We have cateredfor I Dean Heflin.

the Special Sunday Dinner . . . . . 75c
the needs of sport
many years to I'KA\CJ, 'OOIiSET' II As E
WllfRJr'oK: !' \OUR FRIENDS
fishermen. I PIRTV ON U1UTHD\T
i
____ I
N<-.*...* +".'H+O' !! Mrs C. S. Gookaey entertainedyesterday

Fly rods and flies; casting rods and plugs; : afternoon with a party : e
her
I' honoring the tenth birthday of alis

nylon lines, reels, sealers, stringers, scales, :, danghter France She was assisted i
need in games and serving by Mrs f A Stock OfChildren's
t tore
tackle boxesin fact everything you'll :[I' Caroline Batee Mrs Veraon Bale

to after that BIG ONE.Parkinson's. : and Mrs. Fred Jeaktn I
go I After a period of lawn games sad Clothing 7e

cos tests the children were served

:I ,|I birthday cane art ice cream Frances 05-

received many nice prettats
t I) Attending were Grace Ball. Howard I ..OMK: I.\PIfc' CLOTHING -LTh.O*' TOY1-'OUNTER1-

) BOW B. Kent BwiBg ::,aadraSttl
: CAiCSD DIiKx RKCKs
"The Complete Store" f *, Patty Sloan Jackie Brewer.vp i

" | Gloria Bishop Mildred Lang-dale WILL M'.IlT UAKGMNGEXEVA
." " +" eve
" ,, ) ( I
-<- ( "'( ""H-C. o.
< vcMM"MW Helen 11M ley. Cheryl Shertdaa. i I

Betty Yoang Betty Hendrickaoa.
Carol Byrd. Caroline sad Sarah i MeAULEYMe

Cooksey sad Fraaees c
I .\ale>*liromy US01 Marsh AtrMeMT131S
Habit of Shopping ct
Get the Fishing Contest- LAST l'OttT f

I i

I (Coatinaed from Page 1 >

The .. fish entered kind of bait. artificial
or live and if artificial whether
plug or fly sad the type of tackle "
** Fort .
F.rniljDcpt. "
in order that winners in the \anoa :
I II '.
-
classifications may be determined
Myer, ".- .
I Weighing station hare to.< n dot-

Fla. : signaled; as Joe Griffin and bilij i( i x
Store Johnson camp u Clewi<-t.>n 'h"' i I'll Long.

I Sunoco station ia Clewtston Coiup .-J: Cu IU
1 ;Tell
ton's Store. Lakeport \ \ t'I..1 j I
Lakeport art AMterman Fish camp YOU Collins

Easy Terms on Purchases S10 or More \ at the levee oa Sort S* A ...cirinc I I t.
| station will also he provided proh I II
Items I ia Moor Havea I ,
'
IOti-ANSI ably.
UOC.--Onr \
BIV l'Rtm <){ H r /
In order to make the contest !

more interesting tile we /hT"aster8 l

are not permitted to divulge!: the .. < ;.,
weights and teaetha of the \aroos
.
...
: : fish eatered. .\
.I So prise donor or a memlvr oft IT'S REALLY refrbia

I NOTICETO a business firm donating, Prizes .
Pkk.l'pA
.I shall he eligible to compete for that

t: I particular prize bat may <-ompte JOY Old

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 't' for other prises offered The first Fa ioDed
I prise is being gIve by the Hendn
County portsmaa'a Club and the TO UMT THEEVERGLADES

: L."keport: i erort $5e cash, by the ('1'.i'ton I
In the Bare Beach and I Lions Club

t "No Fence" Area :;> ------ ,I II ROOM l llR

! I I I, Enthusiasm i' .\i'lortUcr.A a

l + that cattle and h+g'air t .\ CONDITIONED E
,
.. attention I ,
.U. 1
'
t: II huge tu. sty > (Continued from Pate: l' rll food
1 *'***** aces
t ran a2 at large in Uu- area, do P***-d by ** : Moore Haven Btetru C:,.:.pan j
f : 1.ot'\F.
.f this soda COCKTIL
, + s. a -.. ftwre" arr*. If awe do not take care Margaret *JMI De Veld fr Wt: Daiiulri
tb sss'k _lidi :
at Mate H 111 ill be ia umb>nt upon me to lal..ouad -0-1 Items' Paaaty: ShopRettie Koh:nsoa -

mforee the r*****" of the art. fordnlPs Sf at tor Be r'
E i lea BarakiR for Maude', )vttai.iraat Clewiston Inn

I. I. 11"'if/f/i"H ; Joyce ClIck for Banana Sta-'
: l'' hiss; Wanda Fay Trtor for Nor-j -THE SOUnrS FINEST SMLL HOTEL"ID.

S.HKKIFF. (.LADES. COUNTY t.'. Service StaMon; ITeM Scott :

i iIe far Lartys Portrk art Plumbing i 1



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I I Book Refuting Communism

1 Changed History of Asia

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A unique record is held bye
i book called The Social Interpretation

a of History written in 121 by
Dr. Maurice William. It refuted

dr Marxian Communism. preaching
Cooperation instead of war between -
s.' COiUl-lo-CoilSl Ticker: the classes. says Collier's.The .

Winehellebrities: Walter Pidgeonof Our Responsibility in author himself had to publish
( the Clark Gable-Spencer Tracy ts single edit.on of 2,000 copies.

2-: rye a c a .a he-man school of actor, who wearsa Influencing Family Life But in 1924 a :t>py was read by

size 14 street moccasin. . Doro- LESSON TEXT FOR AUGUST 3-Prow Dr. Sun Yat-sea. founder of UM
thy McGuire (of %Oth'. "Gentle en* 18. t; e:20- 3; ne; 19.1S; 22*; 23: I Chinese Republic causing this
man's Agreement") in make-up 1320. I confirmed Marxist to reverse
,
soloing it to the commissary. Fine MQIOHT SELECnON-Tnia op a cfafld completely his revolutionary policies
actress. Nice guy. . Edgar Bergen' tai Bi. way hta should to: sad wtan he It Thus this book halted the
city h wta
sot
SL-Proynta
depart from
chomming frau being pushed tt.t. !, spread of Communism >n Ch'na
from a colyumist's Stork club table and changed t .e whole ht"1\ of
by her husband. "Edgar" (she was modern Asia.
shoved towardsthe XDITOR'S XOTKt Ln** eaa y saying as she was
Striftnn ttttt totrriitoii
exit) "scolds me for telling people a t tftmuina ::a1.eJf Xta-
-but he flies everywhere to play ..ti.: 8M4 q ,..J i...

benefits for cancer and other
causes. Oops tell you next time!" By HAROLD L. LCXDO.CIST D. D.
. Galen Drake commentatesover Of Th. MwHty Bible ...uc..., CWtif
PAYS OFF Two Atlanta school children examine a now
into
must be translated
205 ABC stations. He makes TRUTH
new school design, built in miniature by R. F, Snyder Atlanta business
living and there is no place
sense. . Dixie inn at Dobbs Ferry
man. Snyder's model-building avocation resulted in this revolutionary
where it be effective than
(such delicious southern cooking) can more a.ra
school design which has been concerted to full-stale construction i.t
attracts more celebs than most in the home. We will want to make
of rural schools in the South. midtown spots.Skerman much of this lesson for it Is the

only one during the entire year -r
I
NO MORE 'HOOKEY'Illycntive
which deals directly with the horn C""eOL'BURNS

Bilbsfsfey (formerly He book of Proverbs to whichwe SCALDS
of Enid. OMa.) tells boat Dr. CHAFING I
were introduced last Sunday, Qu:. :;JLT! applr toothing and comforting -
( Salesman Per feels Harber of Seminole, OtU. . abounds
in practical advice witha GRAY'S OINTMENT with I
ne delivered all the babies definitely spiritual emphasis a Its wholesome antIseptics and nturt *-
around there many years ago. aiding medication. Nothing !Mlike
Revolutionary School DesignATLANTA . The people euWn't afford combination at once wholesome and tt-nothing >o eomfotttaa" !
effective. This Is the first of eight pleasanUf externally: caused skin I
to pay with moneyThey lessons making application of Proverbs troubles. 35c. Get a package today .
GA.-An inventive salesman who neither
is parentnor paid him off with one acre of ,i I I
-- - -
educator paradoxically has devised a rural school from which I their farms for each baby de- to the problems of modern life. I

even the most recalcitrant children may be k";s loathe to play"hookey" livered. . Oil has been discovered Everyone In the home has a Do rveKDown.

in future. on every acre. . Mr. measure of responsibility for makIng .. ;

He is R. F. (Russ) Snyder. Atlanta bt.,r:E'man. who Stork Club says the doctor Is the family ute what It ought : z2

teamed up his business with a hobby to produce a school design:: now worth 100 million dollars. to be. N. one from the small child 4' !
to the great-grandmother Is with- f!
m miniature that has since been -- -------
translated into full-scale construc out Influence and each must contribute i
Memos of Midnighter: Isn'tUncle
tion. The feature calculated to hold 1'1\ ''AI. I Sam getting\ up a list of que- to the welfare of the horn. ;
the interest of pupils is that classrooms Our lesson reaches from the young
% ries for Sonja Hems! . Gus
are almost as "outdoors" as person to the grandfather rejoicing
: Metro, St. Mortiz bootblack (in his
the play-yard. .vJf'l thirties) has retired-after saving fax Ms children's ehQdrea.
Several months Snyder attended It begins quit properly withL
ago 50 Gs. . The male Arthur :Murray
the southeastern school conference AVIATION teachers scream for the assignmentof Youth Looking to Parents (1:8.
in the interests of Libbey- NOTES I teaching Jennifer Jones newest 0; 8:10-23; 23-22-29). I

Owens-Ford Glass company and Airport ChatterEstablishment I student there. . Margaret Truman's YOUNG people want to be well II I
came home with an Idea buzzing in of an hopes of studying voice in dressed and properly groomed.

his head. class in Kent, Wash., high .air-age"I'I Rome or Paris were quashed by They art interested In that which
"Most kids don't like to stay planned from proceeds of daddy on advice of the secret serv adorns and Improves their appear-

indoors." he reasoned "t pe- first Sky Fair staged at ice. . Rosemary and Stephan ance. It is right that they should
cially when the weather Is nice airport under auspices of the Lions Vincent Benet's new tome, "A Bookof have such concern. Let us remind

outdoors. So why not bring the club. Highlights of the program in- I' Americans," is dedicated to their j them, however that a young man
outdoors in to them!" cluded formation flying by 30 navy children: "To Stephanie, Thomas or woman should not only be physically
He sat up nights for two months planes stunt flying an air and Rachel our other works in col- well-groomed but spiritually Snoophound-Loobnerywh.-

he says, building in his workshopa show for women, exhibitions of laboration." . Don Carle Gillette attractive as welL If we should for a bit to eat-except la his feed
two-room school model"I craft and military equipment styl'l says it's not the heat, it's the hu- give as much thought to that side pAL If only his mistress would fOI
opened! up the walls to all out- chute Jumps and a helicopter manity. of our beings as we do to our bodies, it with Gr -Pup Ruben CrUp.

doors with the biggest windows pos onstration. . Colorado f there would be wonderful Improvement Touted. Made with 23 essential
sible. And I found that twice or ties seeking airport communi-I in the life of the individual nutrients. Economical too. On box
three times more daylight could will be aided by a new Cst Ktrricktrrt': "Aunt Jtminu t and in the home. supplies u much food by dry weight
be supplied to some of the desks gram calling for state contributions ." portly memmj in bsnf*** The child who is properly instructed U five 1-Ib. COM of dog food
than in traditional school design. aid tUx. Sbt promtttJJil Eat fifty- G -Pup also comes In Mal and b
to help the local comnj unititks I Sntntb street toUowtJ by fin ubilt and who is responsive to that In-
Daylight has an important bearing match federal franks allocated under poodles m mIlt filt. . "MotbtrMvbrtt I struction is prepared fr life no PO-EtU. For variety lest all Cree.i .

on children's eyesight the 1947 airport program De- i .* bent oU gJ. Sbt itlivrrt matter where it may lead him (6:22).
"The sun, you know, also can be spite budget cuts. Colorado still is '' ttltgrtmt to tvnk Santos platS Wherever and whenever he needs i Doss FQDGROPUP
used to help heat the school during eligible for about 250.000 of federal j Jutllrrt. They tell you she ii the guidance night or day it is with j I '
caid months And the large windows grants. Communities seeking airi I i out besrati>'rl, "..1th, w4J tf ./ a i him. Even when he sleeps' he Is in :
dispel that cooped-up feeling Trinidad stork mrlt until*. .Ok b.e.*
port improvements are ,I the hand of God for blessing.I .
S"W ub. irises in dads i
and give spaciousness to rooms. Gunniaon, Rifle. Monte Vista and I ,
--
with JuJt. Sbt book bun . .
Sstyder set up his completed! mod- Greeley. . A tour of the U. S .., I Let no young; man or woman be
"Ch'''' Cbariit. s brealeaay
el fen the company's display rooms betrayed into that awful folly of
dryland field station at Akron, at, triro orders it ftrhtntbt breah1e,.
acid issued Atlanta architects and Colo., was arranged for Colorado os tint "*". Htttt aura. : our day which neglects the teaching I
ed8cetio officials to inspect it. flying farmers The farmer and i I of parents and of the church.

hib sised with his idea, he began ranchers most of whom piloted I I i Disaster is ahead on that road I e.wa..rew-

'addrsauing architects' meetings their own planes, were guests at a I The Stage Door: The three biggest I! -sure disaster, and swift! -

thrvi heat the state and explaining flight breakfast after their arrival Broadway stage bits (of aU '! But now look at the other side of NO LONGER WAKES UP
.ids plans to parents' organizations in Akron. time) have been portrait of ( mi- I
. I the matter, where we see
aad child welfare groups. lies-all representing a different 3 TIMES A NIGHT
IB* school model featured a whole .\ lawsvit en He ia Santa M.- j stratum of family life from poor to : II. Parents Looking After Youth I
wall of glass to the south. with the lea Calif.. crt aeeres helle rich. "Tobacco Road" "AWe'sIrish : (19'IS.; 22:6). _**O4 did for I M ttuWf onTki ,sPtclgt. ,
.. ...
roof extended to shield the big window spter lush ef mbtg their raaehiaes j' ROM" and "Life with Fa- THERE is a foolish idea current .Feteiths ,- -""" }
,eipedioeW"bWdo.! i*trpial"'T'''''.
against the SOB in the extremely t* peep at women sn ther." All wound up on the screens. : in our day which says that the beOt.= wi\alumg to 1**
tot school montns Opposite, bathers "attired either scantily . The state-struck son of an International | way to rear children is to let them :: = .) r0. Broth ..

wttwet sacrificing blackboard er not at all" at a swank: beach j financier is chocking expensive I develop according to their own kv bee-uurJw arks win e' ,now eo.bon. .sot M tM came k d.sL aol'rfr. i'.
sface be placed a clerestory window club. The salt, seeking an iafractten poddies for the entire casts terests and instincts without disci- b.ttat proud year e.d, -.ttek Ira* tnhiIn -
.e ai.at1y a. Furry Hlk
high up under the roof to ad- against the flying { of several Broadway hits. . Ethel pi'ne or definite guidance. &IIq bft ao.t$.vs ...sat..u.4_ sir

mit north tight "pcrpteg Taws; named as dcfewiant Barrymore made only $.,000 this j The fruits of that kind of child .w-..,,bisddw.ntaa.w.. r'ni.,. .. ad n ,ttabe.k,sets tae..5.a. .
la the north room he reversed tie Los Aagetes Airways year so far. . No Biz Like No Biz training are now being harvested in faotary.DOVBLt lUvS M MT BAI,;..
the window arrangement and glazed Inc., whose ty c..ter t Dep't: Three legit thhtfrs are for ; the present crop of Juvenile delin-
the south clerestory window with mail mute passes near tat rlub. I sale. First time since the war. . !: quents We have the sad and awful I
teat-absorbing and glare-reducing Ii i George White's next "Scandals" i proof before us that children cannot II I II

glass to assure balanced lighting. I Military aviation appropriations I show will glorify buttons. A fecal j be reared that way. I

Today, rural schools patterned after World War I made possible the I button manufacturer is a cttefbacker.
after Snyder's design to nrst air mail service the start ofa. I i We are not pleading for a re-

"engineer" the greatest possible .'rui 'i.re-.t patrol crop dusting! and ; tarn to the! unduly restrictive
amount of daylight into an/c1'/ tpPIT1gA.'tonIER measure of same of oar forefa-
wider Washington Stuff: The reason theca; children are not helped by
actually
classrooms are
In the South. j Senator Langer held up aB those harslwrsi or ('neft,. But there
construction nominations for postmaster is that is
a prefer plate for drimte in-
Snyder has a quotation too. from many of them were Klansmen. . str. tI.". for
j discipline yes cn'Dkr
of the world's authorities on
one Vandenberg has cooled on the Tru- chavteiriBg when that: becomes
lighting to bolster his theory: man Doctrine. Because of the maD necessary.i .
"If from the age of five years" from home and the size of Wal

it says, "children did their reading lace's audiences largely middle- i The larrer part and the most fOr.I -
and performed their other tasks of i class (fancy name for votes) ". . 'ect.ve part of this matter is t't'
near vision in the abundant light of John B. Glenn (president of Pan- I trarng of the child (22:6): and wln change to CALOX

a window in daytime. there wouldbe F American Trust company) may inherit I properly done it brings forth the fin-
fewer wearing or needing eyeglasses .. the Mexico ambassadorship.To I Pst of results in later life The boy for the tztuc effect

when they finished school" :, replace Walter Thurston-if. I who has been taught and directed ,"

He figures he may have a hand in i( Senator Connally wants Wright right may get on a sidetrack for a on your smile

putting a good many of the nation's I t Morrow his own lawyer from tone but there is always the rrwn- i l"ffirlu..aL.JHeJptre.iI..briIlIOllt. ....... mo errs _
children in that "abundant" lightPersonality s Texas. Glenn has a dozen senators : ise of a return to the right way t '-:

in the years to come. pushing him. . When ex-Premier : This business of rearing children .11 tk. ucanl hid *f row -v-,
I Nagy of Hungary appeared with I; rails: for the best any of us ,.!\"t ,mile.a .

Course I Tris Coffin on ABC (from Washing I put into it, and over and above that. A special iajndieat la Cabsrawas.s .
ton) he knew no word of English.His an the grace and wisdom that God np/.....(.... "

Offered in SchoolNEW friends wrote out his script in I, :an and will give us. .wbicbiwatosiceteao.as...brlp. auk* them tea sad '_-1'
English and he was coached for We have reserved one verse for CNI'"P' w v .**.xnAIIOBBY
YORK, N. Personality five hours on phonetic pronuncia i sue final point, for here we find Ga1o>S .(:

courses, designed to teach students tion. The first time anyone on the I in. Are and Tooth Working To- N..J. ;. JNd..- .--, 'fII
bow to acquire a "pleasant man- air admitted that he didn't know ether (17:8). J ,.., .... f -.,.,... -,;
ner are being offered in 77 vocational what he was saying
> high schools here. o tD men need encouragement 'f
and ---- -- -
they receive It In no rich
was started on recommendation .
The program
er or mere satisfying measure 88 = n rlC: ,
of employers ..rhofitd The MacmiHaa book firm .,
. Miss Ana than
FIRST la the
feat "a far greater percentage 23. of pvkttshvr of "Forever Amber delight they take In n. beryls nearsaos's the ......
lose their jobs because Kirk Shaw Southport ," b listed fat Ae phone Red their children's cl JdreD. Teaag b.
d
natal,
of rams ConiL who 1s sbowa at the controls Book hUslaen ol people ghonld remember that tee o the seapaperThat :;:
el. personality difficulties than because of helicopter : edaeattoaal and II tb.baf.r.irodn Ie e&th.prin. ';
la the cockpit a not fail to give to their grandparents :
medical religions sad
'1'ot,}a cienCJ, George F. = .see teas .. Lads.S = -
t
ranks a* tk ant woman to trade ,""." as weD as their pa rests, .sp per.
PiCOU ft; assistant superintendent sol. a "flyiag windmill/* tao fan measure of ttcir Interest ..a.elr tai.,w cba-p: -'bear '::

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The trouble with many a t I'!' Greeks Repel Invading Forces Rail FaresMore

nun is hi> daily doesn't. ; than 50 cf the ration's ma-

One of the things that won't I jor railroads en September 1 will T

t, wart until men are ready for I Iranian Pushes Flood Control; insctote the sale of railroad ticketson

l it is the brotherhood of man. the inttaltaeEt plan.

r Dent forget that a tram .1.1l U.S. Proposes Plan for Ruhr pay-as-you-go The scheme method will put of the rail current travelon 0

travels on a fixed path and I a pay-after-you-get-back basis. [,mssneeaaed
; bjr Westen Newspaper C 11.00. ...
cannot swerve.Genius Released lot N esters S."H .;C I t"nloll Not limited solely to tickets the -
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F is a capacity for EDITOR'! NOTE: wie $ are espressed b tiesi eoa a will all By INEZ GERHARD !
plan also
apply to necessary
Western Newspaper ['_.'s seas aaattsts aaa .nearlb .. 155. .._.....1 t
making other people take in- travel expenses: including cash for AUGUST 4th, at 11:43

bite pains I HOT FIGHT COLD SHOULDER clothing and equipment needed forvacation ON m. (E.s.T.), your correspondent
the difference trip*. Payments for tickets
About only i i goes on the air, to
between marbles and bil- : and other expenses win be made on 1 I be interviewed Ted Malooe
U.N. Denies Debate) Greece by
liards is the age of the play on a monthly basis for as long as a on his program on ABC and tig
year
ers. be his Excellence Award
No down payment will be required given
; A man reflects before a The .:t ,; :\ations securu1- council The for "consistently
Battleground nor will any collateral be impartial
::. etmlorUble fire; a woman ce
when has yet to meet a tc.Jh t asked. Signature of the would-be coverage of radio broadcastsftg
;. refects before a mirror. problem bead-on and overcome It. traveler, wffl be airSoect Anyone :I aews" That night Ted leaves the

i iI rejected an American appeal for ar L. .r J- ova r.'l sm using the plan will go to the ticket country! He will fly to Stockholm.

I emergency debate on the Balkan office of one cf the cooperating rail- Oslo Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam -

Dm New Book of I situation, despite reports of increasing nays or to a travel agency and and Shannon tateg Jour cam

strife in Greece. apply for credit. A routine credit eras-he says he has lost expensive

Everyday Etiquette When Herschel V. Johnson, dep inquiry will be earned out within cameras all around the globe Ia : held

utv U S de ega'e. warned that the the ensuing 24 hours and the application ten days he will be back; with his ricaa

<-risis developing in w.rw approved or rejected. gift tar description, he will wake before

a, Greece "may burst the rest of us feel that we, too have tUeer.

} into explosion any AUTOMOTIVE: had a gbnapse of the died fce neat
fj'rt1 \ dax" Andrei Gro- .onrts. has vuated Remember when he both

rrvko Soviet delegate Ford Prices went around the w
it + protested told about .:" briefs
rMESS1tT It' Prices of the sew Ford cars will ; us opoai-
/ \etc.y0t1 z >oi f trat an emergency kM-- not reflect increased production level

WJ debate or the issue costs Henry Ford II. top man in the We d.'t r, . =i .. "_ pry elf.
'a
U7 r y j was unnecessary Ford automotive dynasty told dealers A-:cr C :se days, L: .- i s goes

... and France added -- .. front 11 states m session at Chi* : right on t v-k-ng, turf ag ', -e god mallige. -
that the United na cago. :I .

i NatIons "must not Ford said that higher coal c :s ,r the
Mind Your Manners JOII.NSON Map shows where guerrilla invade ;
act too hastily. mean higher steel costs which < was

VOUR manners label you. Which However. the council did schedule from s Albania penetrated strikiag Into first Greece toward about $10 for each car ,pf.xL. '. r'' alkherapi4

Jerk you use, hqw you make in- two special meetings In re- Kamtsa (arrow I. While The buyer, however, wilt n0t e
&:'odllCboDS-all these acts ten the sponse to an American request to Greek forces asked to pay the extra $10. aiaekfe
world the sort of person you are. speed up the discussion of troublein government were The auto maker disclose > it past
bottling the leftist "interna .
sortheastern Europe. Russia objected up models ,t .
new passenger car n iv I: jTrc.d.
to this, too. charging that tional brigade an additional sis be introduced until IMS at-: -h ,
B jn want to be the kind who*pooalir gaits ad e11 .
uct never lacing dates-and the U. S. was attempting to "prove guerrilla were massing new track models may be r.; '?c tout { 111 orl.,
jvur manners! Good maoocrs are based that an extraordinary situation had along the borders of Albania and later this vear
M ewncsr and comma sense wtft a Togoslavia.anes imam
errs nmple rules thrown ta to gai e ym been created in Greece" John R. Davis: vice pre'fltr* ;. .d u

Do TOUT manners measure apt Off Main U. S proposal for working director of sales and adn.-t1.-:. JSto'ukfod
kMklet No IS ancters yaw aKttteu out the difficulty in Greece calls for predicted that it would be twr -
Moat Introductions. dtnfnf out table manten. of each major basin in orderto
marie and date mmitis Send 2Sma three years before the car r'--t
in coin for "Nrw: Book of Everydaytuttrcte" : retard the Sow and run-off of will be fire en,nigh so fiat Ks r eoamd -
to VlrtUr Newspaper Service, I Tanks Are ComingThe waters from heavy rains and reduce ajtomrbile on .i, .. ,,,a. 01
can get ?n
to west: nUt St.. Sew lork 11, S. Y.. ''I conservative Athens topsoil loss 14 heit
Prat name, address booklet fCe and
Ka.41Washfcgton ; newspaper Elmikon Alma has Mr Truman recommended harnessing Peak Toppers MART ArOR the

reported on "excellent" author the flood waters for product t ran
i ity that United States troops tive pe:', .<."ce aJler another i :.t
use, adding that "the major .
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D. C.-June 23,1947 : will aid Greece halt further Invasions opportunity of our generation to increase celt : ;it -T 2 C '> a"" --*">. 'npic

such the one government *Tea with her sole as Ljabeth: Ifor
-Bubble Gum is not to blame for as the wealth of the nation lies
junior's upset stomachs or any of forces now are fighting.The in the development of our great so Scott's mother in "De!'ert Fury." 1 and

his other pains except maybe aching ''I newspaper quoted an i river systems." ----+- }Iaage

jaws, the Food and Drug Administration American spokesman as saying Despite the urgency of Mr Tru- Old-L Tiers may remember "Se the

said today. (Adv.) ; "The United States are decided man's message, it became rapidly ends made as a silent picture m1S24 power

to contribute to the safeguard apparent that congress was disinclined w ith Norma Tatmadige,. again that

of Greek freedom and independence to pass any flood control leg- in V2! : as a talkie with Mary Fkk- ,last

even with American slation during this session. Also c ford. Samuel Goktwyn will do it tfses

armed forces"establishment bouse appropriations leaders were gu mot ng it in tre U. S. A. andtarg Spa

1Ve said to be clutching the federal : '''eresa Wngkt and D.Andr4"tI. .-

of a powerful 11-na- purse a little tighter when the tre- .- -

mendous project was mentioned. -4--- Ad
to
tion border patrol with authority
r .... .rrw ...foal Wood as.e d ,
scout both sides of the borders separatjrg h. "Dael In the an" has! jwvffl

MOROLINE"Gosh Greece from the Commu- RUHR FLAX: about f7CPf.W and caused no end alga

iust-don-mated countries cf Yugo- cf diec.,ion. Seine say it's wa veralderfui

s-av.a, Bulgaria and Albania Britain Objects some say it's bad; other trtcts
- Abandoning as unworkable Vie claim that it's a satire on aH pictures to

War .{mitt Potsdam proposals for control of of that type, and scream with were
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the German Rubr, vital industrial laughter over the bice faces created bay

As additional troops were sent up district the United States has put by Technlrolcr Of course the answer or a

to reinforce both the invading leftist forward Its own plan which would; Is that enough people Hare
guerrillas and the Greek govern paid to see it pile 1Ip $7,000,550.
1. Give the U. S. dominant re-
ment forces, the swiftly developing -+-
control over the Ruhr, now under -
of
bitt'.e in the rugged heights the British A deal is under way; to film a
n,,-thern Greece began to take on a military government sir and Mrs. Bradford Wash- series of short subjects based oa rgsd

cst: reminiscent of the Spanish 2. Postpone a decision on future burn of Cambridge: :Mass. who Gabriel H atter's "A Brighter Te-
eh'Iar.: in Alaska the paint that
ownership of Ruhr coal climbed Mt McKinley morrow. stressing
T -e war ministry disclosed that steel and other industries for with sis:; ether members .f a scientific courage can overcame pracbcaQjr

sx strong guerrilla units had been five expedition, appear happyto insurmountable obttacat a ton

concentrated along the Albaniana 3. Have years.the United States furnish b* back in Boston. Mrs. "uh- mogul thinks the material is wonderful

1 wish we could have d Yucr"'av frent'er of Greece the industrial burn was the first woman to reach
equipment __ __
and that all were poised to join the the summit of the %Ir.. foot +
needed to and
new ?I"it cf 2,860 repair modernbe -
piston rings force
on!!nal invasion the damaged mines and factories peak. Profuse apologies are extended to

CM horses stay old. But old engines which government troops had so In order to raise the levelof : dam Bendix (who data't ask for
far been able to repel German Industrial product HERE TO :STAY : I i teem) because his radio program
( that smoke and burn oil and.aster
minis
defense *
Napoleon Zervas, tion. ; was called "Where There's LIfe" to-
per can be made young again with conference at I an. Atom Lab
ter. told a press stead ()"The Life of Kiev" recent
Scaled Power Piston Ring Tkere'j a nina that several of 20 prisoners! The entire project is designed to With efforts to set up world controls I 1)this space. Also we'd been

: Sealed Power Piston Ring Set speofk"Dy taken by the defenders were unable make restoration of the Ruhr industries over nuclear energy in complete told he wasn't a BrooUyrate Seemshe

; engineered to do the best possible to speak Greek and wore the Red the fulcrum cf the Marshall stagnation the United Statesis did live in Brooklyn, taaagit be

; t job in your car,truck or tractor Star insignia of the Soviet Union plan to provide leverage in raising taking steps; to put its atom bomb wasn't born there So if the esnVi
a war department Europe from its economic bog permanent basts. I want to him "Mr. BreoV
arsine In the meantime program on a i tens name :
: whatever the nuke model .
Britain however
announcement said that one Great is thoroughly The atomic energy commission rrn" it comes rataraHy
or Cylinder'ear condition. See your invading force of 2,000 had been alarmed over the American announced that plans are tinder way --! -

; I Sealed Power franchise Deakr. Save griped in a pincers nine miles i proposal which, the British believe to "permanentize and effectively I Bud Abbott and Lou CesteBo' tare

i ca,lift gas, restore power from Albania and that a battle of is an open move to deprive them cf moclert1 e" the war-built town a contract with UhrversaiLnermational -

J annihilation was in progress. A second i theIr supremacy in the Ruhr Moreover of Los Alamos N. 1oi., where the permitting them to make tineoutside
Seed a potal for ilia- was baited in its drive if, as the U. S. wishes decision first atom bomb was made and tested t
column they'resigned
bated mfarmatiT new of ownership of Ruhr industriesis i picture a year, so
booklet..*.ways to MT toward Ioannina and surrounded by two :years ago with Eagle-Lien to do Tfce
the British
1 .4. It t free and troops. I postponed govern- **
mayPISTON the government Noose Hangs High
Moe you Sots of money ment would have to put cS until .
r u tiled Poser curt'.. FLOOD CONTROL: I 1952 its procimed policy of socializing '
Der keumNDIVIDUA ti JSur basic German Industries. j L BroadsideREPORTED I In September and high time,

10-Year Prop-am Early developments indicated t..!-Jack Lawrence gets lib au

one of "Ms- that a major British-American cri- radio program; be'U play the plan,
ItYENGINEERED the problem
Terming President Tre- sis may be in the making as a re- . Robert P Patterson sing his en-n saaci, and tatrodaee
rerate urgency. them. la ease .a didat bMw, aewrte
sult of this divided epnian. to check out y
ready
to congress as being
rserRHEUMAtTItSM special message L
r'an, in a such hits as "SympHany,
,
proposed that a swift start RACKET: as secretary of war "11 I Didn't Care." "AH .r Nothing

be re on a W-year S90 mOboadrHar after congress at All" and the eeriest "Uada."

program to control floods in Training Hit s e armed Also wrote the Dries for the saogf

RINGS the entire Mississippi of basin the river and Dr. Allan Bates, a Chicago idealist bIB forces and unification corsWer- II.pas in Greer Garsea's f.rtie.miet ...
character "
change the testified before a house armed sisal "A Wmaa .f My 0-
alt* M MCvr (UK NIUn from a destructive giant to a produ log possible supreme
services sub-committee that universal court berth. i -t--
Ht Ot tNGtN* force.
five "
that the present military training has become "a DIED . Walter .ra! .l YouH see Betty Hutton on the
implied
He strongly vicious political racket" and will : ,
undertake the Dooaldson 53 author i screen In "Dream Girr-but you'll
congress should be "a horrible cancer on the United .
'
task before its cf Ma'v""Yes hear Nadine Connor's voice singing
immense. long-range States.** Sir. T'tat'e "One Fine Day" from "Madame
of senators
'lI/uJSu/fet? adjournment A threw number their support He cited the fate of European nations My Baby" and other Butterfiy" in the sequence in which

Immediately President's proposal. in the last-.r. declaring that song hits, at : Betty imagines herself an opera
behind the despite assurances from their.top Santa Monica, star, impressing Macdonald Carey.
the construction program leaders that universal tram-
y In general army Cafcl alter year'sillness --+-
NCURITIS-LUMBACO as outlined by: Mr Truman ing would safeguard them from In-
of Iner al- SingletonBlcadie") has
would provide a coordfcated systemof vasion they an fell befcre the Nazi ,. pATTERSONMARVELED } Penny
went theater man-
become a backyard
M9NEIL'S in aD the ma-
storage reservoirs Mississippi blitzkrieg : . Fleet Adm. Wi].- I i. .,ir. She and ber husband have
cf the -
alternative to universal military
MAGIC jrr tributary basins with levees flood As an training. Bates said the United 1 ham F. Haisey at the hardihood of I, built a miniature stage with sets, ,.

1 Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt when she seats for the audience, curtains.and >
Aversion to -
channels protect should concentrate
on a
REMEDY States
walls farms in visited American troops in the i an arch at the rear of their home in It
and force
air
striking a large
, KINGS ILCSSED MELICF cities. tower strong and we3 South Pacsfc in 1943 and decided Van Nuys Cahf If* the special I -:
: those basins. force strong reserves a that she had "accomplished more I el their youngsters. Dorothy ,",
L.a. __.W..IOI| that organized national guard, aH backed I property ,-.
umfc MI sat it xuirn Also be proposed ffi.frf' scientific end industrial good titan any ether person or any and Susan and Penny is de- -
[_I u UN nil STArt all lilt m4i d irin I If5MM serration measures te put by adequate .rats . 1 lighted with its name it's eaUed_ the :;4t,
tI,.... IUII.nUI c.hies fed farther up-mer en the tribu- research i rtorSue. of ccurse. j =


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ItO11t1)aNTiCE and such further prorigs
aM ekU4reB rMBnaed : tl.ll4TUI the \dnint-tratton of said of yes wfcoiifc sad wberetqr sell|J Jlnd ----V u
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lIMdt1I1HU\\ I be ,nd con""ni" cosanlaJBant seeks to .wit his title I, Appearance is or
from a visit with "' \ is her. by ..hdiat the stay suanl to proper law. > in the alternative to foreclose-* I i 1etre Friday Au-
Faaiak SprtBirs Mr ..... I'i'> Ameasanent Roll of the Pity "f J. )I. OH First aTnrlansus against yeti In .. i! imsjt, JL D IW7 at the (' :
)Moor Haven Fkirtda. wilt be submitted Judge, Glade County to the f.4kwis. described land situated .1 ty Court Hon.In I J*<5J Haven
the fotiir tlMra at th* esmlMkm Board fur I oantj and "- do the
jotaed to the Equalizing July 14 *i: tug 1, R. in of tile *-H camp at Ocala Approval on Monde Y. August IS, at I wit. I I Bill will be taken as confesswd by
g o'clock p m. at the City Hall in!I II Lot A and B la-Secliwci Twenty yet and default will be taken against
last week I Moore Haven and all persons dvstr ; ,",Irt- i anjd'ctinac will proceed ex
Nine .
42 ) TowiuMp yotlslaud
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I aade such I 1'\ TillIH<< tlT ( (
tog to hive cvmction in T" :liril jtuuii.it< of\ I--r- this OMer of
roll whether in lifting valuation TIIt:1 I 18 ORDERED that
Ka-t and lbEast
(liE)
,\It E'DR .l.l> : I Ml T1. ) .
TfelUhawwc, F4erAd,1. ..'* ., I property or otherwise. are rflluirf'dIt" lit' I' ( HtIEHtIl.. 112 half (la%) ot 8etl-m Thirty-Two I be noMMw In GkmdesCosaty
Jul) Uth I"IT file with the ( I. rk of said City on I '-Nin* South ,i DeaMcrmt. a newspaper of
\ O TIC' .1.' .i.r before the day of such Meeting I (3S8). Bnngt TIIirDre.Ea.t gcswral circulation. pvMtshe In Oiacfe
their petition setting forth their objections 1111.1. Tn <{l IIT TiTLE "MtOHM MB). lees the East Half (EH) Co-mtjr. ........, once ratti. west for
MOTKE' to hereby given that" the I' to such *" esB en* and the l.u..r. ""HT',-'%(..4W :" of tetortkemat Qfcrter (NK>,,) four _.tive week
Tnsotee* of Intertlal itaOee*-->ntPM I corrections which they desire to have R NORTONPlaintiff aM North feajf (Et) of the POKE. AND OR ..ii1ftIA.re
< of tin state of t"IorI6t., Puraw made '. N.rtbesa( Qvarter fKBV) of the Haves OUoJee. County. norMn. on
* to Law will offer for sate": tor LOIS SHERIDAN .( .t.rk. ca.iLADES. s..tIIeut quarter (SEt the thY Z4th day of Jury A D. 1141.CLMRE .
objection. only in TaIHjaiiit FlorMa July 2 r.. Aug 1. S IS 1 47. FARMS 1St.'ORPtIR.\TtV. an Southwest Quarter (SWH) of Sec ( MEAUs/ fxs.A 'tfIIKD.
at II N o' If September Inrfi.in Corporation, ft a]. tion Four (4). Township FortySouth Clerk Circnh Glaze hs and
2T1M7, for the kl.- to <$LXT ESCOCXrr IH.t"I HT.t.llt Defendants.tiTICE tl)8t.. Rnnnc Thirt\ Three tor Ola Sea.CnsaSy.' TtorMa.
1'"I<< \T"I \ Tn 41'PKtROHI East MK). the South Half of COC8E AND JOHNSOXSolicitors
desrribed as follow<< :
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Beginning at Northwest Cor- I-H OK ft III Section Five ()). Township Forty for Ptnintiff
ace at Sec 18 Twp. M fe4ti. STATE Or FLORIDA TO I South (4.s.t. K,,ni:" Thirti ,Thrt-r I July Ji. Aug. 1. 3. IS
iit-
No. ;(J' <:iad Bee. SS Ea.t. TilUhassee M riMia. IHen.
thence South e denrees RE: ESTATE OHBd dlanll"rpor..Uon.. Charles
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..... along the Rest boundary of ard Goldstein (Gordy), derson individually and as Trustee
H..ndnllUft.'dminl"tr..trix
MM Bertie 11. 1141 feet to the Deceased.41711'1 Hiss Nellie /IwiY"ws
SoMhwe Corner of LM 3. of \ : 0F' 1\TE.\TI0 N TO M 'kt: of the Estate of Charts E. H..nd..r-
.1'I'IU(' 'TIU'\ "POK rIML son, Laurens U Henderson and Mt'
aM flection 18 and the potat e.tbegtnalltg
: thence South S< degree |i DICCHtR.E Lauren Henderson, his wife, Amelia Rom where I Joe Marsh
... E. Kipp and sitbY
Head Walter
feet NOTICE is hereby given that I have rM>n Baker
V Ea t. SU g& : tbeaceateath 1
... Barrett M. _
45 dcyrer* 5C' East 4M I filed my final report and petition for Ter a Kifp his wife
Woodsman sad Mrs. Barr.ttl. W..v.I-
I Final Duch! a. AdainitratvrI
feet thence South 62 degree 14" gt I I1..I..nto
small, his Charles A. Macaule.and \
annexo de bonis non wife.
thence
West 447* feet North .
of the estate of Edward OoMsteiBGordy Vrs. Charle* A. )Ia .ul. ). him
des revs r Weal 2kS 81 feet to the I .
) deceased; and that ra the wife Francis 1. Galbraith and Mr '
I.int of beginning containing ( Jane Cupper's"Daring"
l.JJ acre more or lea. A L.;OBeetlUllag :22nd day of August 1'47. 1 will applYto Francis L Galbraith his wif. tVorg.Wiss .' s
at Northwest Corner the Honorable J M Couse County and Mrs George Wlas. hie wife.James '
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I of Gladvs ounty Florida, for C Patten and Mrs JamexPatten
Judge
II 49feoMh
of Section Township
Rouge 11 East. Tallahaa- approval of said filial report and for his wife, Edward E Gite 4 : Bathing SuitThe
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ewe Meridian: thence south ti de- final discharge as Administrator c. t. and > r8. Edward E. Gates, his wifeRobert
,' East along the Weatbomdary s. d b. n of the Estate of Edwardwldstein Bucannon and Mrs. RobertIlueannon
grew his \\ V Pitts and
of saId Section 18. (Gordy). deceasedThis wife
Itgg M feet to the Mouth Right- 15th day of July. 147 Bra W. V Pitts his wife J. T. Goodeand Capperi showed me some u Dee says,well probably look Jut
StatHighway No."Z BRUCE L. BARFIELD. Mr J. T. Goode, his wife. Joseph
line of
Sand f-Way the point .>f beginning: Administrator c. t. a. d. b. n. Grison and Mrs. Joseph Orison hv.i<. tin-type el their alneteeitea.u fanny twenty years Inca BOW,
(2 K East of the Estate of Edward wife Chadbourne Water and Mm what call "ModeraTelfthes.
thence North degree tatkm-nicnkking: OB the beach IB wa oaf
Chadbourne \\ his wife Hubert
feet saM South RIght-of-Way Goldstein (Gordy). Deceased aters, ,
liar,?1144.11 feet thence North M ITeH ELI. n PRICE ZARIVQ.FIJIRENCE \\ood-mall.. President and a Director wltk beer and pretzels, ia bathing Oily thing that won't

'to'74 the degree Southeii-t 21' East Corner. tn.Lot" 2 feet. of Attorney for A Bruce BARFIELD.L. lUrfield. Indiana of Glades Corporation Farms, Incorporated Simon D. Fox an nits that umads them look like they change In the pia.,. is that stellow. -

aid Section IS: thence South I Adm. c t. a. d. b. n. Receiver of Glades Farm Incorporated ..-. were dressed IB street-wear. wholesome glass of beer.
df'gren"' Eat. T12M feet, thence July 18 n. August I. STHKtOIHT an Indiana Corporation. teens
From where I sit tolerance that
West. 1)1729 feet; thence North \\oodsmall. Eva Marie Miller if alive Dee w&j smothered in t lor,- ,
t degree r West, 117.M feet to and if any be dead to their n.p..eU.e -, sleeved pull-ovsr with knee length lets vs wear sensible,decent clothe*
unknown heirs devisee, legatees
the of beginning. containing -
point
It.77 acre more or I..... n 4IF I Ul >T1 JI UGF grantees, creditors and all other parties aborts,and looking embarrassed -to give us sun and sir and freedom
The Purchaser I* required to pay .btl>irol >T1, uT.ITE OK claiming by, through under or of -wifl keep that wholesome.
cost. FLORID against said parties respectively and M If he thoqhUane'uoatwne
advertising
the
THE TRUSTFFS: OF INTERNAL IM- to all persons having or claiming anInterest >' a heavy blouse two copious skirt, glass of beer B part of the Amsrl-
in the matter of this
rROVEMENT FUND resenre the rightto Estate of Katie Robinson Coker, subject tradition.
reject any and all bids. deceased. suit by through under or againstone and long black stockings WAS a can
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the The State of Florida or more of said Defendant hereIn little daring.
Internal Improvement Fund of the named: and to all persons havingor
To all person Interested in the estate -
State of Florida of said decedent you are hereby claiming any interest whatsoeverIn w. laachad .let at u.*.. CM- -

teatF .MUtard F. Cald..II. GovernorAt notified istratlon tbat of the a Estate Petition of for Katie Admin Rob- the following and each! next of you described are herebygiven lands.You tames .. bat com U think of It.

C. Elliot. Secretary inson Coker has been filed in this, n tlce that W R Norton a*
'Trustee I. I. Fund. Court alleging that she is believedto plaintiff did on the 21st day of July
August 1. t, 15. 22. 2Ji 147. file In the Circuit Court for
be dead account of her absencefor
more than on seven (7) year from Glade County, Florida in chancery c.-n.Al.lH1.Uaii4 S.....drerows roaa3.dy

her last domicile, at Uuse In Glades ;
\ ("O('NTI ji Di.i-r* rot ItT Gij. ua," County, Florida You are hereby
('01 :\1", ILORIDt. notified that the undersigned will in
the County Court House at Moore
Estate: of John Hooey, DeCejiaedNOTICE Haven Florida on the 18th day of
IS HEREBY GIVEN that August! IS 47, at the hour of S o'clock
on the 18th day of luirust. 1)47, I P. )L or as soon thereafter as the
ahaJl apply to the Honorable J. M same may be heard; bear application
CoJodICe of Aid Court of, for the granting of said Petition and
A Statement To Our Customers About Resale
Probate of Glade County, Florida for will hear evidence concerning the-
final discharge a* Administratrix of alleged absence of the supposed decedent -
the Iltate of John Honey deceased above named and the circumstances -
My final report and application for and duration thereof
final discharge are now on fil, In the lou are commanded to Appear in
office of said Judge acid Court on the day and hour abovn .,
ANNIE HILL, An Admrx I 'im..d '>nd show .....usif any you
4air 19, St. Af I, S. <''-tn, why the H til\ Petition -for- Ad- 1 PRICES of PRODUCTS '




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t I! Here at Harvester we are concerned the difference between supply danger the good will of both

over the fact that a and demand. To Increase supply the dealer and the Company

growing number of our prod we now hare the greatest any community.

ucts are appearing on the resale number of employes in historyon Distribution to Customer

market at greatly inflated our payrolls-almost 90,000
Experience shows that
prices.As In the United States as a&ilnst many
III new products are being resold .
manufacturers we try to about 60,000 prewar. Largenew

produce at the lowest possible plants are getting into production by users who decide they

HELP BUILDAMERICA'S i cost We cannot set the pricesat in Louisville Evans- can continue to make out with

their old equipment after they
t which our productstractors yule, and Melrose Park. A :

motor trucks, farm implements fourth will soon be In opera- have had an inflated offer for .-
AIR POWER I their To elimi-
new equipment.
refrigeration and industrial tion in Memphis.men and
nate this, many dealers are
power equipment-are women now etnployed are
on AIR FORCE DAY AUGUST 1ST. taking measures to be sure that
I sold. \Ve can and do suggest turning out the greatest quantities -

list prices which the great ma- of III products of aU equipment purchased is for

No one today questions the fact that the hole future of theUnited of dealers their customers' own use aDdis
jority our adopt as kinds that we have ever made.
States may rest in the \ery cloud over your bead. And not to be resold.
their
retail prices. These are also the finest prod-
the new, reorganized Air Forces gne thousands of eli@iLlelO\tIllg Nearly II!dealers we believe -

into an opportunity to tale an active part in building America's 120,000,000 Price ReductionOur ucts we have ever made, and
the basis
are) now using
air power, . on the ground: >,.rll as in the t-ky. recognition of that fact U an

You may, for example enlist in the Air Fonts for tfcreetears. basic price policy was important contributing factorto of FXESENT NEED as their pri-

publicly stated in Ma.rch.1947. guide for the sale-of
If You have a specialty whith Mill
also 1* able to enlist in a grade at higher pay. when we announced price re- scarce products. The customer:

Jf you hare had Air Forces experience, you may join lite Air duc--,-. at the rate of approzirrtaU&y Distribution to Dealers whose need is real and urgjit

Re er\e and continue )OUT iw\\\aiy &"a1oota' wAe A tf .\OO\OO per yearon is not likely to resell ", :
business hour But even record-breaking pro
our products At that time,

Or, )ou may join the Air National Guard and pethage Iecse Fowler McCormkk Chairman duction is not sufficient to give What Price Should ..

eligible for advanced terhnkal training at special Air National your dealer-and other HI You Payf to
of the Board said: "ANT PRICEIS
Guard schools dealers-enough products While It may take a little more '
TOO HIGH IF IT CAN BE REDUCED.
On Air Force Day, make a point of finding out eterydiing meet today's demand. We have time to get delivery we urge
about Air Forces pecially the new Aviation Career Plan .
your tried to make the fairest possible
all
our customers to consider
described below. Full detail can be obtained at your U. S. Army Practically sH of our dealers

Recruiting Station.HOWTHE cooperated with this policy and geographical allocation of of the factors mentioned here, ;

their our products so that every before paying more than the L
paaeed on the savings to
WORLD'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY customers. dealer would get a fair share, list price for any III product.

b- fOR A CAREER IN AVIATION The objective of the price and we know thai dealers in Any HI dealer or branch can e

Today the Army Air Forces offer high sihool graduates an reductions was to make it possible most cases: ,have tried earnestlyto furnish the suggested list pries

unprecedented opportunity to get the finest aviation schooling I for customers to buy our make the fairest possible for any HI product.

oo earth-GIld se ltd your school or coarse before you enlut. products which they need so distribution to their customers.But Ws know tbat the ortr-

Career Plan is unlike anything ever offered kfore.I I also know that .
The AAF badly at lower prices. Naturally we manyof whelming majority of III dealers

It permits selected high school graduates to apply and qualifyfor I this our products-far too many are M much opposed to in-
of their own choice. Simi ly go to purpose is defeated
courses
AAF specialized
-are' being resold at inflated Bated prices as we are la ths
when
Officerthe sold
U.S.Army Recruiting Station.advise the Recruiting our product* are by

your kind of aviation training you want and he wiU provide you anybody at inflated prices. pric: .The public criticism and public interest we hate already .

with an application blank and a complete I list of available tour eY resentment of these resales are asked their cooperation

t When are selected to attend the course of jour choke, Ill Product'lot of real concern to u,, as we -and are now asking the eo- '

enlist you in the Army Air Forces for 3, 4 or 5 years. After TOUT AU.TirM Peak know they must be to our dealers operation of mtomen-la

)bask'Od. training period you are (guaranteed the education you have Inflated prices art caused by because such resctiooa+ en- correcting this situation.

Kfcaed: to make you a specialist in the type of work you want.

Cd a list of *B the schools and counes open to you under

the AAF Anation Career Plan at your U. S. Army Recruiting -



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