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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 8, 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
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System ID: UF00028301:00203

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I Convict Nabs Car I Lake Control Level Is
.111 County Board Sets Same

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T ; Millage For '47 As '46 : MH' ('*HI| Jackman- of Ciewi-ton I i I Discussed At Hearing

..u.u I returned to her hone about 10 a I

Meeting Is Adjourned City Pumps Are m Friday shopping morning trip ad from earned a downtown her.:,, Tighter Inspection S. Engineers Take I

groceries to the hwae. As she Ordered At Tick
x Pro and
Monday For MembersTo Being Installed retched the porch a neighbor
j Eradication Post
Attend HearingThe r boated: In Belle GladeAt
Tin two new city paIR pa f. dV ta- There goes YMr car
I A convict who escaped from a O E Micelle, one of the
board of county commission age and Irrigation use will seen read MB near the ctty had slippedinto tors at the thk patrol a well-attended hearing held
era at the regular meeting on be installed and be ready for .s#. I the car a.dIV" drtvteg off tained at the highway morning in the American
Tvetday, postponed a day to en-:! the Installation of the north pump As the Democrat went to press said yesterday that strict hall at Belle Glade before
abe. Members to attend the water Willis Teale. district engineer
i having been started this week Friday afternoon, law enforcement come through to make a
level control hearing in Belle Glade I Max the Elter I officers and prison guards were search of all vehicles, S. Engineer Department a great
set the milUge for 1'.7bkb will Cole representing rowing a noose over the entire kind except buses and.' & of testimony was taken both
remain the same as for 194$. a'' tamp Company makers of the area in an effort to capture the trucks to remove anything and in prepared written briefs,
total of 29 7/8 mills pumps brought a dragline here the pro and con, on the proposi
first of the week to begin the excavation (Continued on Page 5) I might possibly be
of the control level
While lowering
the overall
millage
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the out
ticks
north and: on way I
for the
the tame there has been a considerable -I pump antined ;, Lake Okeecbobee from the 14.
change< in the amounts for I said this morning that, In spite of: area. foot control minimum and mail
He unable to
the various funds which a comparison delays in obtaining steel for pipe MASS PRODUCTION instructions was for the stricter Bay to a proposed 13-16 range.
and boxes that he expected one of I'
of the two years will show: tion had been given Lamar Johnson, engineer for the
i County millage: 13 3/8 divided as the boxes In this_ week-end possibly I Drainage District wax
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r follows general fund 3, 1946, 1. today The pumps are already first speaker and In his talk he
fine and forfeiture, 2, 1946.1. built and are placed after pipe and charts: to show the rapid
Central road fund 2, 1946. 1 3/8: boxes are installed RAMIE STARTS FRANK YAUN In elevation of the mack
welfare 2**. 1946 I1* ; e.urthousesinking. Some inconvenience to traffic will due to subsidence over the past
3 7/8. 194 8%' School be experienced during the Installation years and also the periods
millage-general school 9 mills on the street to the depot but Harry ".Imp-;;: ;: ...... of Sea SERVE AS which the lake level had e. !
1J46 7 mills school building reserve Mr. Cole has promised to make .
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Island Mills Company a textile concern the control maximum or I
4 mills 1946 4 mills; school this Inconvenience as slight as possible of New York City which has FOR SECOND under the control minimum. .
Continued on Page 8) been one of the foremost developers subsidence he said, bad been i
of ramie for textile use and the a 19-foot average In 1915 to '
necessary type of decorticating I At the re-organization .5)U.. average today of 14.7. Ho asked
ttette Jean Harnhill I.eatkr machinery announced on a recent the City Commission held the 13 to 1C foot range of con
I "visit to the company development night F. D. Yaun was with a 15.S level at the end oreptembt'r
in Moore Haven that mass production serve another year as which, said could be
For Mh Glades County"The would start very soon of a Moore Haven and Carr I back to maximum for the
; decortlcator which baa been foundto elected City Manager to winter season through fall
be best suited to textile use Mack Greene who retired .
crowning of "Miss Glades Sundry 99,1::; Joy Summers Davis I This decortlcator was built InWest commission I n. Y. Patterson, engineer for
County' at a.dance as a benefit for Grocery, 696.; Jessie Brannan, Foster Palm Beach by \V Rf( Wright, Arthur Barren was U. S. Sugar Corporation and
the swimming pool fund has created Cleaners (24. Doris Griffith, machinist and distant relative of as a new member of the aeveraPsub-dralaag
more Interest than anything of the Adkins Station, 462. Lois Cox the famous Bright Bros, with the by Atty. Harry Johnson in of the lake area was the a{
kind in many years here and, at Greene's Store 45%; Elisabeth help of Orson H. Bond, agricultural sence of City Attorney J, speaker favoring the lower
j. the end of the first week, Miss Betty Jones Spray Crew 400 Carolyn superintendent for Sea Island having been elected at the ( and pointed to the fact that
.. Jean Barnhlll. candidate of Maude's Bryant Gantt Bar 352; Martha Mills and was recently moved to tion on Monday of last elevation( of the rater against a
Cafe Is well In the lead with 34C.O Dowd. Dowd Store, 347; BettleRoblnaoa. Moore Haven where under actual A comprehensive report of the hack levees: olk these
votes Peggy Stalls. Arcade Sundry Swiadall Station, 286, working conditions, using ramie by Fire Chief Lloyd Farasra 1 had reached .&.high 'U
Store entrant is second with 9S3 Tracy Ante Parkinson's 151. Wanda produced by the company on Its activities of the new I .S during the recent wet 'rertod
Totes I Faye Yodr Norton Station, 41. experimental plot and a Ueable: department and the >.*_ih foe nrust be.lowered .
Margaret V.s D* Velde for \VilUms to in"taU said, "or the levees raised tad
agreed
J .. No n l" !r? .rar.nted lesterdaytsr acreage produced on Click Farms, a..tfltp
rbo" late ,'trt'Ut' Scott, orl.lID4y'.1 firs house I I a ,lresaa ...
p t w Intrarli'nd1dI1ii got a Beauty 8bop ft was found to work more effi as soon as <3ously expensive1, rt
It Mart but this is no indication that Plumbing Shop; Jo Anne Harvell of i deafly than any other decorticatoryet facilitate the location of that the Everglades Drainage
they will be trailing in the count Moore Haven Hotel and Dorothy developed- least for textile' commission also told Mr I could not do for several
.l week hence The vote count did Skipper of Strickland s Garage have I purposes where as long an unbroken that arrangements were I I the sub-drainage districts
Mt include Pttlmdale and Lakeport I not yet tallied. The vote yesterdaywas I fiber as possible Is necessary, to cover the department not pay additional taxes to
votes this week but thewill pro- 8204 I With )Ir. Neiman on his trip here with group insurance care of and if bond Issues were
:ti bal, be In next week Last Saturday afternoon Stanley i iI were several representatives of the since the meeting was upon no one would buy
rotating are the standings: for \Vayman, Jr.. of Miami, took pictures New York company which will coverage has been assured i;' bonds. He also asked for a
the various candidates; with the of most of the contestants andIt build the machines lie said that I A brief discussion:: was outlet from the lake t.Jtbe
natee of the sponsoring business I had been hoped that the cuts couldbe .1 no fundamental changes: will be i tenting plans for city to be operated wit boat re-
bM ee: made and run In this IISIM of the made in the machine but minor,I trol to acquaint the sew to navigation
Betty Jean Barnhill, Maude's Democrat. They have not arrived I changes designed: to streamline It f stoner with what has gone J E. Beardale of CI wMa urged
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1\\ 1 VO COMPANY-is preferable ANOTHER. information on various subjects f ;r

L to bad, because we are JI
vices of
the M1M1AM1AM1M1.w.VM1M1M1.M1M1M1nn.
t more apt to catch I nM1M1 M1M1t M1 M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1 --

s y'lMi : 1 ethers is than far their more virtues contagiousthan as disease j 1. What is the lowest bill in circulation -I The Answers

i COtitt7latiD health.-C. C. Colton. in China and what is it 1. A *HI bilL It is worth 4
i sil j worth in U. S. currency? cents in our currency.
born
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It M II 2. How did the ancient Romans 2. By snapping their lingers _
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(Editor's Note: Jack Lait ", applaud? waving the flaps of their togas asddapping .
1947
\\ ri'H the Boston Braves of h.. tIfI "IIdlMiuJ liJu ro tbS krst.Surf.
Broadway columnist, is guest .:king threatening pennant i 3. How many passenger trams tbeir bands -
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conductor of this column while ,:e,;. : s for t.e first time since of be- in the U. S. have been named for 3. Two-the Ann Rutledge and
Mr. Winched is vacation\ Fame is the advantage
on
19:4. somewhat inside story of the of whom women* the Pocabontas
people
known by
I old Staihngs outfit might be worth ing mail 4. In 1S09 in Paris.
Try These On for Size: you yourself know nothing and 4. When were the comer

MJto BtrlSi ..UI \..' ",_"IIit telling. for whom you care as little, boxes first used? 5. Twenty-six.
. In 1914, the Braves, under the 5. How many depressions ha'ethere 6. While the tide goes to the ouV
. Eery Miracle Alan, George SUUinss They that love beyond the been in the U. S. in the past er side of the ocean, the water yea

t by Stjmoiar SIIUMII 9* Jtmtm- were 15 games world can not be separated by 100 years? actually bathe m only goes a few ,
ttomt) *.J 10,... ttmmemt: off the pace, as late it. Death can not kill what never does the water go miles out to sea and then comes '
I 6, Where :
- as July 4, and they dies.-William Penn. I back
w when the tide goes out again
still last
Edward G. Robinson, tough guy were on I -
I of the screen, has the smallest July 18 Then themiracle

i hands in Hollywood . The lass of baseball L" NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS StJosephlAASPIRINSZtflw ,
! with the smallest hands is lovely s miracles took :

Olivia de Havilland. . The largest place, as they went .JiY -
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, female feet are Jean Muir's. . on to win the pen- Crocheted Rug in Many Sizes
nant and beat the B. Southworth -
4 Victor McLaglen has the largest her --
dogs. . Largest eyes, Bette Davis' Athletics 4 straltht I !
Bat: part of the story of the Bravesof Crocheted nf Is to durable. Patters
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R Tommy Burns, S feet 7, weigh- U6 hat ttrcctaoBS for a rap 20 bv 30
1 Ing 175 pounds, was the smallest 1914 goes back to the spring- Incites or any larger size desired .... w..ww w.. rrhe

Ij heavyweight champ . Primo training program of that year in Our improved pattern-vttoat wIth r.l'\
, Camera 6 feet 7, 275 pounds, was the South-to a pair of great competitors 1 P 'Ctrecttons 0-_ chart-make and* needlework phones, and easy complete P:.ce .. .. rr. j
' the biggest and clumsiest possibly the greatest that of patter 20 gents EAGLE BRAND
; ever wore spiked shoes. Their
f names were Maranville and Evers, ft.wtm( Clrrto Needlecraft D.pt.Ml prhklw Wehr N j1
Still the vastest network hookupwas the Rabbit and the Crab. t FY W. Randolph St. Cblcii M, m. -1 I
T EnctaM M cents for ptltternJ'
, for the broadcast of the Louis- Heading north that year. I stopped

\ Schmehcg fight, June 18, 1938 . off for a few days at the Braves
The Stevens hotel, Chicago, with Ram
camp in March. The main idea
3,900 rooms, is the largest In the was to call on a few old friends, Addrft-_ __ : FASTER-$MOOINRf /

entire world. . A year-old such as Hank Gowdy, Johnny Evers
t farmer of Bosnia 19H inches up and Rabbit Maranville. Intending I ISJNGLE

II and down is the tiniest human be1f'.g to spend only a day or so, I hung . : F'7" : f t su. twat steels K
in the world. He turned down around longer for it was the most JrALJ
sideshow offers and is financially
interesting I had
.t. Short too. . Largest railroad sys camp run across ,. K.:" .. OR 00(5611 EDGE
: In an exhibition game that afternoon
tern in the world is the Deutsche
Fvers and Maranville collided Zq 2 ,1
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Reichsbahn Ges ?
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at second base, each trying to I' :
which has 33,000 miles of cover !
I track. . A Chinese student at the bar Both seemed to be badly Practicing"Why
Johns Hopkins Medical school Bal jolted, but neither gave any sign did they evict the med- HIGH-SCHOOL GRADUATES!

timore, in 1923, had the bridesti of being hurt .a' ical student from the library""They
His Mr. I. Only I noticed Maranville, a few minutes
name. tag was caught him removing the
.. one letter, and that one using then later, looking for some lost object appendix from the book he was NURSINGIS
least irk of any in the alphabet. around second base. reading."
' Mr. I pronounces it as though itc "What were yon looking for?" I A PROUDPROflSSlOHl ':'
E. asked the Rabbit in the dugout later.
were spelled
Smart
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t "Two of my teeth," he said, :
... "where my mouth collided with "11... you got tnytbtng put uj
The shortest In the world "
war Johnny's head. lie's got a tough for rmny wI.I .,' :
was declared by the Sultan of "\ nb-4* umbrtlU.
Zanzibar against Great Britain head. I -_,eppwt..JaJ.e r-..w-..
In 1893. It lasted 40 minutes. A short while later, Evers was 7146 They say Harry married his CM .........,..1tUe......,Me.

. The largest diamond ever bit on the arm with a fast ball He wife because her uncle left hera i -1e..Ie ....x.

found was the Cullinan, In 1905, gave no sign of being hurt, as he fortune. But Harry says he'd ': -.wdf-pt.MKl alUM swej aettf he
In South Africa-3.B249 carats, grinned and started for first base. have married her no matter who : wit....a J-It...as __

or about 1'i pounds. The stone Could Take It left it to her. -.... I*'(Ms s4er 55.Hjitckorfgrsd
was bought in 1907 by the Transvaal They I ste,sad rnUsld0ask *..

government and presented Another member of the Braves Rugged Chap II fr ..*.. lalersulissr
to King Edward. It was eat up was hit, and he also showed'no sign ""THIS rug can be crocheted 20 by I "Do you use tooth powder!" Votpilal "a.. JMUHhstan x
and added to the collection of of any trouble although he carried -1 30 inches or larger. Done in I "Nawf I don't believe in cos- ..w.e..

crown Jewels In the Tower .fI a lump above his elbow. one piece, the spokes are crocheted metics for men." 3
London Here, outside of the genial Hank into spaces, the color
_____ Gowdy, was a rather snarling tough matching the center. -- -

Gene Tunney rated the top pursein group, without too much ability.
the history of the ring, when he The team had Dick Rudolph --- [ BUBBLE CHAMPS CHEW BOB

I collected $990," .M for his second George Tyler and Bill James pitching Piranha} of South America

encounter with Jack Dempsey, at but they had never looked like -and parents approve this .
Johnson Alexander and Mathewson Finny Ficml Without Fear
Chicago in 1927. . Largest fenced
I{ property, the King ranch, Mart or Feller Newbouse, Shea and foil-wrapped,quality bubblegum!

Kingsville, Tex. There are 1250. BlackwelLAs A finny fiend common In some Joseph prixs-winner hi recent sons
I 000 acres, all bound 'round. . The far as one could see here wasa i of the fresh waters of South America w '_ test, Bart* bubbU champs trick BUB,
a largest pie was a prune affair, ball club that might finish sixthor i is the piranha or caribe (from ,k tlM tvcsos* it inskM Margaret bobbles!
seventh or eighth. The mother Mrs Barns, adds
even
weighing 600 pounds, served at the
the Spanish cannibal), This fish BUB
always looks so xuutery in its .il..r
squad that week had shown
California no
State society's dinner. is remarkable for its voracity.The r '"""spgnirl tboroufhly spprovcf Joseph
1 February 16, 1927. It measured five power at all Only some pretty fair s3
pitching. fish Is not much larger thana BUB ms.a.all Pun -
feet across the top and took eight Food nqamwatst
waiters to carry it to the table. . That night Maranville told me bass of good size. But it is It's. mad atinty lathe U.S.-utdtrAtrf
) equipped with sharp, triangularteeth ivutay amtUioiu t
what .
was taking place."I
The largest tooth, the molar cf a
II the lower shearing past the If your dMtler doss not have BUS Bobbie
mastodon that lived 50000 years lost teeth he said "and Gum, send ha
two that enable it to tear hunks us name sod addnw aloof
f ago, has been acquired by the bra 1 never blinked. Two men were upper with your name and address and 30* and
of flesh from
yard Dental School museum. (That'sj its victims. OI nafl you 6 p cka of o ickn*
hit, and they never rubbed their BUB oft
Bubbl Gam.
mouthful!) . Smallest church Fish of the piranha species are 1 Tpjs food until
a arms. We've made a rule on this Ang Si, 1947 only
i in the world seats three people. club that nobody can show he has attracted by blood and will attack

It ill near Covh-gton, Ky. been hurt, not even if he gets a anything-fish, animal or hu-
.r. concussion not even if he gets his man-to which their attention is
w
drawn. A school of a hundred of !
block knocked off. Don't think losing
lie smallest Bible is volume, -
j these fish can strip all the flesh
. 4H centimeters (about two inches two teeth was any fun. It hart. I
from an animal as big as a dog
:5 wide), owned by Chicago Historicalit Bat I never let anyone know IL I
in a matter of minutes There awl L.r.w.t
like that of baseball Don'tever I Vggt. -
brand
society . Largest room on earth been ,o. >
Instances
have of humans
let'em know been hurt.
you've
fl under one roof and unbroken bv nfl-
being killed by them.
i lars: tit Lenirgrad! -C20 feet long The Dfhe
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, by 150 feet wide. A military battabon
can maneuver In it . Largest I lost considerable interest in this
e, banquet in history took place Maranville philosophy when the

II August IB, 1889. when the 40,000 Braves were last on July 4, 15 nber

Ij mayors of France sat at a table in games away from the first place -,? the different
"y the Palau de 1'Industries in Paris. "What about it now?" I said to brand you smoked

There were three relays of about the Rabbit, about that time. during the wartime cigarette shortage Thaf
H 13,000 guests each To prepare and "Just warming up." he said "Just a; when
1 serve the feast required 75 chief warming up. Watch us in the so many people discoYered-from experience

I cocks, 1.300 waiters scullions, celt stretch. -that Camels suit them best.
j larmen and helpers; 80,000 plate It was from late July on that the Yes, experience Isthg

82000 glasses, knives, forks and Braves, headed by the driving force i !! best teacher. That's why...
ell, peons in proportion; 40.000 rolls of George Staihngs. a great manager -
i.r Md fish meat, and fowl by the ton. a fighter from every known ,

n:: angle, plus Rudolph Tyler and 'ci

n; The world's tiniest train ",asA James went to work c&p /
\ constructed entirely of gold and Stallings told me later he lost

silver 'y J. Martin, a watchmaker four pairs of trousers sliding up and
q of Warthamstow, England down the beach. "I was full of

J1 The engine is 1H Inches bench splinters," fce said wemolting

111 long, the whole train Is eight Dick Rudolph was one of the best,
,lj i inches long. It runs by clockwork and one of the smartest pitchers In BgSA.
oJ on a track 4 feet t inches baseball history. Tyler and James

tt long taking 21& hours to cover came to his kelp. Day after day

the distance, traveling at a TOO got this refrain-"Kodolph. Tyler

A speed of about three miles a and James ; :; ret8
.; "". They caarht the Giants la the
ii stretch picked up 15 games .a one

.n; The largest flag is owned by J. L. of :MeGraws good teams, and then .
Hudson company Detroit It is 183 wrecked the Athletics hi tar .1t everbefbieIS

I feet long 110 feet wide, weighs 643 straight In the world series. : .

pounds. . Fairmouct park. Philadelphia And aO the Athletics had was .
C:!i with an area of 2.648 acres. Bender and Plank and Bush, Col :

. U the largest artificial park ever tins JJcInnls, Baker, Barry and : .
theater in
createdTI e largest what looked to be one of the great .
the world is the atunontRays teams of aQ time a team that had A'' nee _

Paris capacity ', of won four pennant in Ave years.It ,
Red light have the longest wave- wasn't even a contest teacher!
Length of any: color fir the visible
smallest !
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woman's place being the Slavery Is Not Over L

home, just have a look at a .

man making a bed. ... Srs.tcat.-Rl O Taatuns.Jt .

In yon it's righteous indignation

; in another it's checkIng

bad temper.S. 1 1f

live that yon will not I

make an unmitigated liar out II

of the person who writes the I Begin Money Making
inscription for your tomb j LY\\ CHAMBERS MEMJ

stone. I Plans for Your Club I r

Night falls but doesn't i Veal Roast with

break, and day breaks but Early in the Season Sour Cream Gravy h

never falls. Buttered Noodles f

The ideal husband Is the Fried Tomatoes

one who never notices his wifeis Gri on Beans with Mushrooms

getting stouter. Cinnamon Rolls
Graham Cracker Torte
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clean soiled wallpaper q:.-ck-: sr l)(th and thick stirring constantly
I ij cap a deal' c:ut1 irtc dry pow- Cool and fold ta flavor.

de t-d borax and rub it al c....er Orange Trfog.I .

the soiled parts. I t cops powdered sugar
-eTe < table spoons batter

remove a strong odor from r I 4 tablespoons milk er orange

a jar or bottle, use dry mustard. join

Wash the receptacle with soap !. te_spoons orange favoring

and water after the mustard has This luscious combination of ((1 rind: of an orange

been u ed. pumpkin and pastry with a prone : sugar and butter, add: re-
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and whipped cream topping rrajiing ingredients.
Remove the wrapper from a bar makes a good combination that Peanut Butter Cookies. -. is be a leis. aloe-n Hfliu "ad" .z-}i pitied by eM) lirel1y .even.rmaleso

of soap and let the bar dry and has plenty of sales appcaL Makes 3 dozen) Atft mot mjr duh ni I .....'Utnd far uf*
harden before you use it. Hard I li cap shnrteaia :

soap lasts longer than does soft II Perhaps many of you who are officers I I: cap peanut better I II i it By KATHLEEN NORRIS

moist soap. of clubs already have plannedyour cop granulated sugar | UNAPPRECIATIVE
-.- programs l: cup brown sugar "TT 70MEN have to do theWchildbearing

If a sewing machine is left idle I for the whole Itf{ | and wom HUSBANDS

for a considerable time, oil it occasionally I year. Undoubtedly I I1* cars flour the child- like most mothers, GeorgisCrompton

to prevent the old oil in they Include a U teaspoon salt I I rearing" writes Georgia it sad
the machine from drying and becoming j I number of fundraising I'' af teaspoon soda Crompton. "In the years that rtry bury never

: gummy. I schemes earn peanut butter with: shortenir childbearing and childrearing seems to tettb up with her work.

-.- <*, \dd remaining i"\Jred'ent Sbt bu four ,tbtUrt eU
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which are designed young.
go on, a man an advantagethat
gets
To protect hands from in :der given. chiDed t
your I Shape dough
well
to take r is he loses. Alibovgb tbej ort fairly off,
steel wool cut a small rubber ball of i-:'j small bans and place on a baking never .
in half and stuff the half with steel I care worthy sheet. Flatten with a fork "In the early days of marriage," lit tot lire tnj belp. Her

wool. I causes One of the most successful cam I II !, dipped in flour, making a cris<<:I'SS I II this bitter letter continues, "of nerves are jrtjed aid ter p"'inul

-e- I of includes sales !I design on the cookie Bake in a course one wants children-a dear about ub sJd.
palgns many !groups :
To freshen a shabby gilt picture of goods baked by members In.|I quick, moderate (37 degree) o\*- little boy and a dear little girL The What irks Georgia most tbe
frame, apply the white of an egg I for 10 to 13 minutes Let cool sbg::t children come after months of discomfort ,
cookies etcetera
this of cakes ,
with a soft brush.Washington. course the I I ly before removing from tin for the mother. I don't Sells Mia Norris, it tit tomfMr-
I are donated by women ,
Prune Pnmnhin Pnifitinv Pie mean physical discomfort merely, tit tlj ety life her butbtnd bsdt
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i and purchased by the club members '
Z*; cups cooked or cannel although many women experience Hi lit
off
an dear. t** go to golf orfubimg -
so profit is
D. C.-June U, 1947 I pumpkin that too. Even the luckiest women
-Bubble Gum is not to blame for I Now that sugar, fats and flour ls caps milk have to drag through the last six Sunday, mttt bit friendt for

Junior's upset stomachs or any of are back again on a prewar basis in 4 eggs weeks, clumsy, shapeless, bur- Ittntb; be is still btmselj." This

his other pains except: maybe achIng supply, at least it's possible to plan *4 cap granulated sugar: dened. Then the ordeal of birth, freedom end independence a

jaws, the Food and Drug' Administration !I[ a bakery goods sale of this type. ,4 cop light molasses never any picnic no matter what same then Georgia en btfffSbefttlt

said today (Adv) In case there's a problem about I teaspoon salt anyone says. And then care-cart fbI
I I what to include. I'\e tined up sev 1 ttasposa elates such as no man ever dreams oft Incessant tit it not gettSmg.Ifftbtrt

I eral sure-fire recipes i which can J teaspo"'rs ginger back-breaking care, and of etti&utct sad prune

liNE FOR ECZEMA serve as the nucleus of the sale. S teaspoons rianarioateaspocn nowadays not even the freedom I front her busbend. Once in *

ITCHY SCALINGQuickly Pass them out to those who don't 1 allspice nurse gives. Disorder, didies, sterilizers whale bt well kit; the cbOdren

and know Just "what t(, irike" washing scalding, straining,
apply soothlrg
com-
vtlk thesis
bed
for or to
I put
forting GRAYS OINTMENT with i I Prune Spite Cake. making: up wet cribs-oh, yes, all ,
1U wholesome UtiH ptic and suture |i (Using oblong pin) delight, if the man of the house isthe but general be leerts ell bouse
aiding mediation.Nothing elM
right man. bold duties ber.
like It-noUunr ao comforting 2H caps lifted rake floor to
pleasant for xternallr caused Ua s "But how often does he think cf
I 4 teaspoon baking powder Georgia it tired of it all, tbe
trouble 35c. Get a package today. what his wife pays for those babied
I 1 teaspoon soda They grow up. of course. In 10 ujs. She it seeking divorce.

*i teaspoon salt years even the little third one is in Tre notbing ,ptd4l, igeinstDM
1 cloves
KIDNEY SUFFERERS! I 1 teaspoon teaspoon allspice school But those 10 yean have but br't just He M the
been her youth, 24 to 34. No real "
1 cinnamon oilert. Sbe btppent to be. pbytictsn
74% BENEFITED teaspoon free fun in aQ that time for her; I
*i top shortening her whole life is sacrificed to them.Meanwhile and tbe expects to accept
-..dWuI test.y reeeplI" Hi tops sugar
the husband1 life is on- as excellent position tbei M bos'tl
No Y. research organizationac Z well beaten
AI ;.u to ....s..5 so try ..... P... I I cap eggs cooked prunes, seeded and touched. He can be handsome, : bas offered btr.
R *t at s a.sh> ww. tatwa. strong, free go off for his golf or
= c1 .. Mitt Norris
bat
oa..a..dr..P d, i.6t. chopped meet his friends answers it it
... fishing Sundays
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a =..*4'71W rrsri.e 1..d 1 top soar cream for lunch; he is still himself. And mot im ases'sutae to ippredste

W lot 1x.17.... 74% wan heed d bvunf. .Tk._r .lt $itt dry ingredients together R he can be as unjust to her as be tit.n/", ldon..J iscrtfect.lit
'w.e;sir k*4 t.a.....>_k'...- fcir4.. twice Cream shortening add sugar likes she is helpless She must still takes it M
fuss for It it
s ....7 t..a To r T.? inuit nuck...loni t.a. gradually, and beat until lg'! t c-d be faithful to her babies. granted.
me b.sear from tor new faran ( t Foter
bid but
I'".a.w adore-Li.dd.ri P11.haft s.y.tit- taffy. Fold in egg' and prunes At i Thv Help New and Then. too tlst't tbt v., it is.
,.t l aMwyoa End tkea far s.ar saitact.cr.i '
M 51.E itL TZ ttv EY IAC5.r dry ingredients alternate w;; "1 know there are husbands who
sour cream and beat wen:! after' each: help, v.-hen-and only when-they
She has been offered: a resident'
addition Bake in a greased oblong feel like It. They feel so virtuous
Job in a hospital She win
keep her
GIRLS! WOMEN pan in a moderate oven for 45 minutes when they do that one would like to older girl and the little one with
Let cool and frost with: 'I strangle them. Sure the poor little
her. The will
this If IIa,e mack varlet, boys go to Dan'smother
try you'reNERVOUS Mocha Fronting as a pov woman Is over-burdened sure Dad Dan will live there too
,
I s 4 sifted Georgia won't have
powdered
cops sugars an easy time;
raising activities as a site cf older two. She mustn't work so
cocoa an hospitals .
U cop teaspoon salti baked: goods A plan cf some kind hard. No way of organizing this their are ataff unavoidably members overworking
made up ahead of time alit Him of thin making it easier. eh? BOW.
-CrtTHW MTT Of"ofemaJ. > sort
i cap batter or substitute But she feels that it win be more
mate too much dap iuuoa. Come kids. Dad's on the Job
.rtuxrttcm waei.y dt tart>- 14 cap strong coffee on satisfactory than what she is doing
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&ACM make pox tttl MTT,;:u imUbl this morning But by the way. he'sgot
teaspoons vanilla as plain Mrs. Grampian in
e> weak and U7M ar '- .t sun times Pastry to get over to Bill White's this a seven-
Th o to try Lydia x picibtmt Vega- room two-story house In
Sift dry ingredients tha' and a quiet
cooked
1H OK.
table Compound to ir.rr sun tfsuftocna. caps cranes afternoon. OrL. Mommy? residential
.It .ffmout for ;ss! Taken ruferiy cream with butter Add coffee Read H rap granulated *.er'i "Off ho goes with the children for neighborhood.And .
J'buud PloUuua Compcuad blp vaaflla to make of a atnooCUy cap liht corn syrup half an hoar, and he feels good all there it is, today's knottiest
*. AIM up mtttaao a rest itenucble kftlCLtt such toalcl dtftm f spreading consistencv 1 teaspoon cinnamon I day. He feels good whenever Mommy problem. The miserable problemthat

Graham Cracker TKte.i It teaspoon salt Is all broken down with fatigue frets and nags at thousands of
Ill/Ill.PIXKLAMLt: : cap batter 2 teaspoons plain gelatin discouragement and blues. Aw marriages that might wen be

2 tablespoons cold water that's to saved. A man doesn't appreciate
1 cap sugar come en. honey, no way
1 whipping We're swell time what his: wife is doing because it
3 ergs, separated cop cream feeL having a '
MERCHANTS.Your Rhoda and Jack kids at simply isn't in man's nature to doso
no
Look
I teaspooa vanilla Combine pumpkin, milk: and unbeaten at
Grated rind of an orange eggs: beat until well blended all. Whafd they give for our Terry Tee woman wants cbi dren.1'
adores them when they come, and
t i cup flourteaspoons! Combine sugar even if he has got Impetigo*
S baking powder .....*.... suit "We have four children and rm finds herself so swamped, so bred,;:

1-? pound era ham crackers. rolled and apices: mix. : divorcing Dan," the letter finishes I so overworked that she can't stop

I caw m:!k well and stir into n Tve nothing special against Dan I to enjoy them.

Advertising I H cap shredded coconut pumpkin mix- he's Just like all the others. And rm I The gracious old days of big:
children! houses old family servants Grandma
the
I Cream butter and sugar Add wen tore. Pour intopasrylmed crazy about Molly. :
the twins, ran and Junior ?. IG\\ and Aunt Came as assistants,
beatvnlfc* vanilla and pan
Dollarbuys orange
rind Md sifted and bake in avery Yvonne 3. They're fine children I are over. They wont come back.
\ (450.Ls.r I rm only one woman, and this is The salaries of a cook and nurse
something more than I > .".* dry ingredients bet three-woman Job. There's would come to a little more than
and cracker degree) oven; reduce ._i II''
and circulation in have the Crompton's entire income.
space c run-DS alternate- beat to moderate == = Fd love so much as to a ,
in kitchen. and Georgia doesn't charge Dan wttb
cook
plain my a
the columns cf this news iv wt'i the nvTcF and continue I
I baking 45 to 50 minutes or until capable nurse in my nursery Someone t the intemperance, extravagance 0r
beaten
It and and sbffiv
buys d in coconut
paper. space to pick up toys, wipe dishes tiht- stedneu with which manywomen
custard is set Cool
cuculabon plus the favorable egg whites. Bake in two layers in Measure and put away laundry not to mention charge their raea Apparently -
remove pits
a moderate (375 degree) oven for prunes coHectirg and soaping the eternal be is Just one of those tarn,
consideration of our cut into small pieces Combine
Let cool then place prunes
S J niBUtes. wash But always to be a slave always mtthJnkmg: complacent men who
readers for this between and with sugar, syrup, spice and :
newspaper, custard Offing layers behindhand always pitied by take for granted a comfortaUe.
salt and heat Remove i
to boiling
and its advertising patron MIst nth orange tang green heat, add gelatin moistened in the kindly superior male-no, that's home clean,. well-fed children-all :;
Custard Fitlbg.i by a devoted pleasant. %
coid water and stir to dissolve Cool. not ray dish and won't stand for1tt" managed wife e0Ok- -
efficient manager
sugar udy,
eap
Whip cream and fold into prunentirture. '
LET US TELL YOU 1 tabtespeoa cornstarch baked Sbe Is a Doctor. nurse, marketer:and compantaa a8 =
.
Spread over pumpkin mw 1-'
J; test ,cen salt pastry. ChilL Georgia! Crompton's advantage is roDe up is the soul, body and ,

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1 which before the fire-danger period begins I contest Sept 30( one other. than Ute mettt>eTot the (
GLADES COUNTYi wiH. tarj on''September, 1- October I foree to swing onto the fire ttaek r
that the :
He said aa
Labor Day. Even worse for the in the winter i '
DEMOCRAT teachers for under the new state I and November rainfall normalwas Meeting Of Volunteer it goes out for drills or to t fm, .

MOORE DAVEJ. FLORIDA law, they must be on the Job ten, 6.81 inches and that daring unless requested to do so bf a r*. Jgalar >
"--- months and that means they will that same period there was an evaporation Firemen Monday NightL. I a.*...... This will etitminata_,: T:r
,. be at the schoolhouse week of 5 85 inches leaving a
next
EDt .d as scoo4-cla, matter. Mar up
chance of .
the mixing the .
up
.. 1J17 at the Postofflce at Moore working on schedules and doing all balance of 9* inches which he Im- of the DleraI --
Har D. Florida, under the Act of of the work which is plied would raise the lake levelhick E. Farnaai fire chief I hers oa their work and will-leeso4 .
Congress of March I. 18SI.r preliminary volunteer fire department, has called -
repaired. The principal, and Mr to the sixteen: feet maximum.Tk of the members to I the danger of accident which ispanicvlarty ?:

.Ii .MUkr4 Errrj Friday II Morrison, and the supervisor Miss tip..... Mr Flanders ..,a. discuss a meeting organisational plans at the: bad when either IItIh';,-, -
y Jean Moore work said he more reasonable if one of : bera or others hang on the :.
are already at to IN
TUB 61.stire i
i rimTitn ro. i.e.lT City Hall Monday evening at eight ,,'
', CARR ETTLK. .....u.... and the re.aimder of the teacher the neve, that of rainfall was not that I of Ute track.I .
o'clock. It is especially urged l
shouts be hi karaes next week.I ia lades and tile other i. feet.
Several of the members the faculty !a other words. Mr. Johnson feels I all mea who have been serving
!I..rl.tI.. Hatest I with the volunteer group be ".*-I 1----
water
of
lack
have bee school that IMB than aa
O.e Tear _, .__ I attending simmer nine seat at the aseettac aad others who 1I ,
8U "....* .. ... _-_ f1ZS4E.4NDERjNGS i:''to and work.will get oat last ta time to go ta1l1es.weald raise the lake level ,- nay be interested are cordially invited -I

to attend. Service will be held by the __.::
'1 The department, ia its firs month later OB Sunday evening. Almost H
: I I am still hoping that the pie-, Bass Contest Has I of operation Baa made bplrndid! 8:0 P. M. After a period of t ,.t
:
tore of a large group of our contestants -:
progress and at the weekly driliamost j service tile sinister will speak JTI -
ttE
: By Carr Settle I ta the Miss Glades County t NewVeighing Place jl of the voiaatpera have learned I the subject. "God Doe an ntl..y..it
contest will be here in time for this .
like veterans.Mr.
to till their mss Purpose.1'
>t'
I tew tat right now it looks doabtII -: i ; :
I Farnam ia attempting to teach Evervone Is welcome': :
Quite sizeable Ve...., :
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a
delegation of us; ful ud weH have to pat it off until -; In addition to the six original; 1 *
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every man in the group how to handle come those who love he **
went to Belie Glade Lord Ja ? .
i Moaday to pro-I next week. Anyway He a swellhe weighing in stations 'origlnally established : *
t teat against the lowering of t I :' ;i any position so that no matterwho ins Christ: we welcome thOM *"
looking bunch ;
of girls aid the pictures for the Okeechobee Big- all : ,
: control levels of Lake Okeechobee. may be missing ai a firet ;
taken may he viewed in the mouth Bass Contest, now in pro- _:
II a hearia having bees held by V. window at the Arcade Saadry Store i t 1 gres. a seventh has been setup at : the operation may Iw ju(1'' Him ',

; S. Eaglaeera that day to take ,visa even if we don't get them in the, Park ID80D'" Department Store in i! coasts \\ pn'di h the heart of then Ooca J -- ,-
deice for and agaiast such action. paper this week. I'm really sorry j{j Moore Haven for the convenience of For that reason hI' is .i>-.\ll..; 'ic ' !11" heart of the beach '- -,
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;r, J We fo.Ml that we were not tile we coaldn't get pictures of all contestants portMea in that viciaity I I
i ely OBoeS protesting sod, coupled bat did the best we could, The original six are Bill John- ,
1 with the fact that the Engineer aad have a majority of them, ithink. aoa'i Fishing Cam p. Joe Griffin's! -' '--

'de s i 3; don't look with too Marl fa oc oa Anyway all of them hate Fishing camp aad the Saaoco Service -
we I such a charge, we feel that there entered the same like real frts., Mattes in Ctowfatw ShortyAMerasan's
; J w n"t be any change made Count concerned not so much with fm Fishing Caass, just outside I
tni tb f Lyoes ripped the lid off first ,'h4'a and votes as raising as mach massy Moore Have, ad Cowpton's
Th he read his brief and Mayor F. D. as possible for our swimming pool Store sad A. A Beck's Fish Houseat "I
th.i Yawn brought out good FLAM'INfiO"
some very fund. Lakeport.The .
ru$, poiats agaia the proposed I01i'N'- Our adults have mostly maintain maaagenseat, of Par lnlOD'1

SYnttr In<<. But my feeling is that the testimony -: A rather skeptical attitude regard- at Moore Haven volunteered for

: most likely to clinch the mat'fat.l ing the pool but with the help of this duty this week, and will be on
tee was that of Horace hector,
an the kids which we have a hundredper duty during regular store hours
\u.. engineer who for many years has cent and the excellent leadership -
:. e: I for the convenience of all anglers J
made a specialty of drainage
problem
of Mrs. Emma Muller that
in the
= area. DAIRY FEED
who says we are already, pool is going to be built.
casting too much water for the The weighmaster routine consistsof
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v co future good of the 'glades. permitting entrants of the tour- _
(01 Frank Smoak Dies nament to weigh-in their fish,
And let me say now that we have own Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
1&t.aJ no quarrel with farming interests In Punta GordaD. after which the fish may be opened
NOT on that side of the lake and I amt for inspection, and again weighedthis
.... thoroughly in accord with their desire time by the weighmaster. The Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR

...: for some relief from these heavy Frank Smoak, Sr.. chief law name and address of the entrant!
rains which drown out their crops enforcement officer for the Game the length And weight of his ten, SALE LN THIS AREA AT DEUTDKA1INQ PINT U I

e is virtually every fan and sometimes and Fresh Water Fish Commission, where caught and on what type of MOORS 3AZ Eli .
r r. At other seasons of the year I alto died at his home in Punta Gorda tackle, and on what bait, will then ;
J.tI.: ply think that each relief must Sunday Aug. 3) after a long illness be entered on slips of paper, or In 1 WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) "

cane from digging canals to take a notebook.proYlded by the weigh MOORE MAVEN, FLORIDA ,
If M the overflow water to the Atlantic moak, 59 years old who headed master. This information will be
rather than by.: red.uc.ing the level the commission's 189-man enforcement kept secret until the end of the -
staff, had been wildlife officer -
( of Lake OkeechoWe. The Engineers: 4
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now have both canals emptying for more than 1$ years. He

every gallon of water possible out I was chief officer for the First Distract
of the lake And nothing else can be for six years before his appointment BAND-BOX FRESH* GABARDINES

done to reduce the level unless a. to the new post last OUR

bailing brigade gets' busy, eo to I spring.
talk of lowering lit an emergency!' A native of Savannah Ga, the 60 EVERYWHERE
home iu
officer e e Equally at they
wildlife
measure simply doesn't figure out veteran moved to

C f It rtbe rains continue it is highly I Punta Gorda.n.lUt '
probable that the level of the lake Smoak served four terms. mayor office or on a date are these two young classics designed.b,. '
will be held down around sixteen. of the South. Florida city and had

feet anyway without the control I also Acted AS city manager. H8 was CLOCK-WISE FASHIONS of crisp, band-box. fresh rayon gabardine. Right:
levels being changed with the remnant 1)47 president Of the local Klwanls

ill effects which it would; club but resigned recently because Utcbcd front drew with long upper closure. Left, "gold button dreiw with
produce.) of III health.In .
I Tallahassee, Commission Director a mock fly-front. Sizes 9 to 17.

I The fishermen will, of necessity.! Ben' C. Morgan said no successor -:! Each $12.95.
Ul take a month's vacation from seining had been chosen for the ,
j
instead of the week anticipated statewide postFlanders -1 -

I last week When the dealers and,

AI J representatives of the fisheries as- Cites ErrorIn

i sociation<< met in Tampa Monday withI (
I Pat Whitaker. their new sounsel, : Figures Given AtWater

Of he asked that nothing be done until :
Level HearingFred
i he had returned from a couple of CLLki4\\

,.I weeks vacation in Carolina which
.U}<* had been ordered by his physician.Yi .I' A. Flanders, Lockmaster for

As soon as he rciarns he will go to I the t.S.. Engineers here, calls attention
"><> work to obtain a constitutional writ to a very obvious error in

mo from the supreme court which will figures presented Monday at the

air] permit the resumption .f sienlngI Belle Glade hearing to consider 1
until nth time as the courts have changing the control range of the

,)eai finished their arguments lie feels water level In Lake Okeechobee by \:
also confident that he can get that writ''I Lamar Johnson engineer for the

if the fishermen will cooperate andRene Everglades Drainage District.

j they, apparently, iateod to do Just I Mr. Johnson in his plea for reducing -
that. the maximum level to sixteen

lust ____ feet with a IS,2 level at the first
<< I don't like to be a kill-Joy but of September quoted average rain- i

eligt the school\ kids might as will be f.ill and Mai> Guaj reminded that it will be "uiu j.: . ins that tn' nomi.il! fall rain in'
j weeks i.uil: ,,1.. : mil be ', ;i-l O. tcr crJ; N"v' : ;t< I' w aid bring
aboJ Ing for it. r. r: t..m T f- .'- w : -1",1 Cal k t t. cirn f.>, t '

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Todajtmprt Moore Haven : : : Florida

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, _ GLADES CUr TY DLJIOC11AT PACK nB ,
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" " " "' CONTESTANT FOR MISS GLADES COUNTY i i I calling ia this many by the first ot

1 1948

I II Mrs. Lois Sheridan tendered her-

resignation as City Clerk ta he effective -
'PERSONAL and SOCIETY I! I August 38 hat no aettaa was

taken on the resigsattao sad Mrs,

Sher dan agreed that sh* w *M give
\ week or two for coBsMenttoa of.he
1i-S}'_ . . .. "' .
matter by the eosuasissisa,
g g 0 ; ; ; ; Q Q Q Q Q r..o.'Io.>O
Mr and Mrs J. B. Seller sad!
Attorney Harry Johnson is leaving .
children. Johno}. Clarke and Fraa- that afternoon for a vacation Convict Nabs-

kie peat the week-ead ta Arcadia I visit to point IB Caaada I
visiting their pareat )fro and Mr*. K. J. BaamcardBer !
.. daaRhu' i Continued fro Page 1)
B W. RoW pwonlt and Mr E.1 I I
Karen
returned last weeh-ead fron, lonnct. Because all officer* and
G Seller Johnay remaiaed fora a visit at their former home i: I cuard: were watching the iipwnps j

longer ruit i' Ohio Mra. BaumgardBer. who : Dt'arbDO iaformatio mY be. j
R. A. WWiams was a business I! maimed with her mother II.... D.I-Y o' tamed as to the priasasr'i dee- i
visitor IB Tampa Monday
Yoder ia West Palm Beach becau i -iption but the ear was daarsibst '
Mr sad Mr*. L. M. her 1
Lilly were of illBea 'caM t
accompanied th- ja 'Jn 19 41 Chevrolet.u baaRStai
in Lakeland Tuesday on business. homeS ;', :e number 4D 1M. j
)lr. and Mr*. L. M. Lilly and J J
T. Coobef.1eft te=t t' ;"a* f. ,
George Loa4o.aiat were In Miami, his homo IB Tampa at i.-r .. \ \ lt 'I't pe1 Bette Barnhilli j
Monday OB a badness trip.
his SOB, C. S Coatsey SM i,.miUMr
Mr and Mrs Roger Weeks sad
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baby'l daughter fetaraed recently a week-end ....tOl'Me. "", from Pates 1.
from a rarattoa trip to Rehobethl! from Fort Myers as this h wrttteai
Beach Del. | Mr*. GordOB Dickey and daughter : but if available hi time will ho ta.Idded -

James Woodward left Taaaaajrjeveaiag 1: of Strtialt... Mr Kcku' d ia this ....e. I

for Miami where he win! here for several day last week. IK>K1>. t.KUrlTH Two contestants ham wIt...awn
\ Mr and Mrs.
V. B. W-.ell retaraed since the mat issue the Dsasstrat.
take a plane to Csba for a trip Jie of
won as one of the sales leaden;> Monday from a w*.'s visit i: Miss Margie Cram wao represented
I ia St. P..g.I I I
for the Miami Herald. I the lak t i .. .., ar -.l1i ai !bet t..id 'Itb" at sa, nh tug any ef-i the B. and B. Orocery aDd Miss
Mrs. Veraea Bale is Ltor Chapmaa and da..11I, Joyce Click who represented Barroa's ..
leaving
I I for proitr Satet control i arei i"n- iK true x He jtoin't-d out that the
Sunday for a rfah with friends IB ter Faye aad Mrs. Jenkins. of Arcadia -i i It'natlon. Th- third outlet would machine is to be copied had been i Service Station
JaeksoavWe. apses two days ta* tint of i I Voting will take place until a
I enable the engineers to lower the during wartime condition when the I I
Mr sad Mrs W. H. ftepfee sad I the week with Mr. ad Mrs D. A.Ileaderielsen. level beyond the danger poiat ,to built by )Jr. Wright and )Jr. Bend time yet to be specified on the Bight

Mr and Mrs Version Bales were life and prfi fty I. ease of ergeacy -II proper kind of steel bearings.I of the dance which will be
fishing at Piae Island Saaday Friends here will be Interested motors etc. had heed very difficult MId at the school gymnasium. The

StpI r Bate has returned from to learn that L. L. Hasher formerly 1 "\ aaaiber or aavigatioo I.t<<- to obtain and that many of the I i wiener will be announced only after
13.wston. Texas where be has been of Lakt ort. who has bees confined! Sets for various communities and parts had to be lahorioasly tooled' the final count and will be crownedI
I,
eiaphiyrd and i* UHiog his Mather to the State aitoriva ia Orlando cities outside the Everglades are in Mr. \\rights machine shop I I a* queen with the other contestant:
Mre Carouse BaHs.AUor..y I I for several years, has recoveredsaffideatiy I t acting as attendants.
opposed to lowering the lake level Change whka wm he made lathe :
J. M. Come w ho is to go to Taesoa, Arts.: I firmly believe this opposition isfrom machine are expected to decrease -I
spending' a couple of weeks at Fort here to is to be hoped the cliawte I :
lack of proper knowledge.Control the weight from a third to I OIT OF WORK OR SHORTER
Mjers Beach with his family came; will soon wag sheet complete recovery I would not affect navigation, a half and great.efftden will, HOUR. trite us Immediately

.p Tme d.]r to attend the county, I bat *ho.id it. it must be remembered be obtained by charging all spring regarding opportantiea to upplyc.ullmen
commission meeting Mrs C. H. fettle, Mrs Carr that the value of one days shipment controls to hydraulic controls nearby with RswleighProducts i
Mrs. Merry Roberta and Merry' Settle and S.e. Mrs Gladys Stalls
of agriculture products will Mr. Wright has been In New fall time. No experienceor
Lynn sad B R Gantt are visiting and Donald Farnam were ia Weet
exceed the value received from the York for a couple of weeks to confer capital necessary. For interview
relatives this week in Jacksonville I Palm Beach Monday.t1.1"DE shipping and navigation interestsfor with the builders and Mr Boyd write Rawleigh's, Dept FAH4C11)8. -.

Mrs Al Sturgis and her netca. a whole >ear" will leave this ...eek- nd to lend his Memphis, Tean.
;Kayteea Santner of Naples event I I STIU(1L.OD IIS assistance.
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the "Hk- n.! here with friends ,-\un' 0> BIHTHI n I! Takes
Mack Greene, chairman of the 1, Drowning FOR s.\LE-nn-l'ooDl house, withor i

Glades County Red Cross Chapter '' Mrs. L. R. Strickland entertained I Tragic Annual Frank Yaun- without furniture .W.... lx M.

attended a district Red Crest meet-, a group of children with a partyat (Continued from Pare 1) Lilly Box 212 Moore Haven Florida

tag in West Palm Beach Tuesday her home Saturday afternoon C Toll of LivesI tic

Miss Bobby Smith 'of honoring the ninth birthday of her An ordinance passed at the time

ville Beach spent several J.d'IC'O-1 I son Clyde. which was Sunday 'u(. I floods-whicH inundated of the refunding of the city's indebtedness t
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first of the week as the 2. I vast areas and took dozens of lives I' was read and apparently
Miss Margaret Van De Velde Games errs played on the lawn I during the past few months point gives the right to the commission f
and Miss Vfyl -I I after hkh to call in those Mark R. Tennant
Miss Gerri.Hinsaul and in the house refreshments up again the importance of learningto bonds at this timeor '
&eSood of Fort Myers spent the of ice cream and cakewere I swim safety experts of the National any portion thereof. Since the LMe..ed
"Hk.- nd here with friends and relatives -I I served to Carol Byrd Bobby. Conservation Bureau announced sinking fund now contains enough

and Tommy Woodward, Dorcas Ball I today The Bureau, which money to retire approximately fifty Real Estate Broker I

Miss pd Jl Langfofd of Arcadia 1 Charles Carr. Betty YOB Eg? Sarah' also pointed out that these summer of these bonds It was agreed that GUIDES roc -n LATDT
is visiting Mr and Mrs )(. C. %'ow-! Cooksey;Sandra Settle Cheryl Sheridan months hen thousands of City Attorney should V* instructed

ell and family I Linda and Jerry Roberts patches the pulse of accident trends, to proceed with arrangement for Coacress Bid*. Mk m Eli
StatelufeWsy'W M- mAet" fi 1llen t Ad 'L&lo ir trfrktandMedals t
wateron
persons are on or near deep
Bradenton ..Ii a business. "visitor. ; ;I ------." j vacation.(eatings or fishing trips IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID! I
here Monday.t I AvailableFor are especially! hazardous for the
Bob King was in Orlando Monday j I non-swimmers I f
f War VeteransAmerican I
on>butiae5. Over S..*. persons were accident-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wooten and | ally drowned in the United States
children spent the week-end In La- Defense )Medals and I $5,000.00cffl Buy this
r last >ear Ironically enough,
BelieMr. Victory Medals are now available
ly one third of that number
aad Mrs Robert ll ffner and I for issue to eligible veterans of| no intention ot going in the near-I GOING BUSINESSEven

on of Miami spent the weekendher I World War II. Navy Veterans see I j This third lost their lives when

with Mr*, Helfners Broward Daniels at your convenience pll11.4.. ships foundered cars aid
Mr. and lira Fred parents'l or at one of the regular I
J busts plunged from bridges piers
Jan Moore, county Ichoolj of the Veterans of ForeIgn I I.
Mice meeting j collapsed and many other similar I.I in the summer months this Grocery,
supervisor retained Monday from I Wars at'the Poet Home on first

TalUhatse where she ba been,I and third Threday Army ant! |' afdde&ts'hwburning Sates the j Market and Filling Station is grossing each .
ctwx She also Veterans contact oa. of tat 1
>L
Mbradag ssavmer !Marcie The number mill probably be a* f
month than the sale Doctor
In will more price.
visited tr a tln. at her home Post Officers, sad they t<
great this year, the safety experts!
In Lake ('Iadd'wlb for as soon as possible.
Helen and them' yo I
lAke
II predict. because, with the Increasing Orders owner to Quit. II
Mead Mis, Moore was supervisor They are available now and we are I II
use of motor vehicles, tllt'IlAndsapre I
for'bolt Blades and Hen- .utborked to get: them for >08.
last yeas people will b* going to j
dry coaatie hat-this year will serveonly i The Veterans of Foreign Wars, tion reeorts at lakes aDd u"a.'I'I J. E. Beardsley, Agt. I
Qlde Oonty and will make Glades Port. will hold a tfci
In one of the..Jordan at th Post Home oa Mil il Already this year a large number
her boss meeting of persons have lost their live in Phone 66 Hopkins Bldg.Clewiston : I
.upk **. Thnrsdav Bight Asgvst K IBI: Hash floods Ma..y of them would
Mrs W. L. Bellamey. Mrs P. KLaa4y. I! portant business concerning everrveteran ] Florida
known bow to
be alive if they had f fe
aad .
Mr*. Lloyd Summers I 1 in the coaaty will ho ds I f ff
swim
..*al..rs Tueoday la !
children wore i cussed
I The Bureau which te the accident
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Port JTvsMr j preveatioa 4iMoa of the Asses'nttea -
.';44 Mr*. L- E. Paraam and !! Third Lake Outlet of Casualty mad Surety Campaale -

children a..*at Sunday at Fort i *. urae* that every person !
Myer iJsirti M*. Faraam's neice: Believed Essential learn swiaimtac and water safetPareats ) I
Miss aUrtsy *ape accompanied them should teach their childr-r !

and tswk a BBS from Fort Myersto Josiah Ferris Jr Executive Vice'j to swim or see that they get proper I
her'horn ia Miami after a werk svistt I President of United States Sugar Ilastractioa. Every adult who doe- i

kr. Corporation said ia a special state-'' sot knew how to swim should learn : . 1'111 l -

W 10" Mr*. KBd Hoc left last I meat to the Clewistoa New Wed.., at least how to ..... : ;. -.!LTeII ('_lIagIt'
Friday 1 fat Green Core Sprite aesday. la enlarging: stun the reeeat : Eves good swimmers have a re :
where B. will .* stationed at the; meting at Belle Glade for the purpose '\j spoasiWlity for their own safety 1 YOl l Tom Callifts

U: & Ala y .... I. of attempting to adjust IN, and that of others while in the 1 I

Mr sM Mrs M C Classes of lake level ,; water the Bureau added It i'" i t
,
Arcadia were visitor her ThmrsBy -Waea The raited States Suite vitally important that they observe .'

>>n. R. ... Thompson of La..-I Cerporatioa advocates lowering ol:i' the bask rules of water safety and I II !tti
aceosapaaied them hose for Lake Okeechobee that does"t measw I do not overtax their strength and .
past i tr
a >.rist ...... .! that to drain the lake. We!!: ability I II :
R. C. Vorhoa ret armed last Friday simply want temporary towertag M I -- i

from s vacates vikit with relatives -that when September and October Registered Brahmans I .\
IB Indtaaa. rain come a8 then always do, IT'S REALLY I:. -

Mr and Mrs-AC, Dowd and: thousands aires of rtile farm: At Arcadia Sale ikk-t'p

Miss Betty Dowd returned over the lands in the \fjtladts ara around Old

wtn-k-end from a wet k s % i>it ic tar latu wtil n,>t In- fi..df'd"' Arcadia--Sisters herd of registered A JOYTO Fasllloned
lit *hard .utl'"t iron
We b* a
Arcadia and Tampa Brahmaa cattle representingthe

c- Southern Florida Brahman VISIT THEEVERGLADES
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breeding frate ltT. will offer cat-
tie la the tint aaaaal mMsoamer
Midsummer Sale Of I
First Annual sale of South Florida Brahmaas ROOM

to he held ia Arcadia state Uresto. k
SOUTH FLORIDA aaetioa market August 15. I viaappetiatz

BRAHMAN CATTLE Pointing; out that in three pr>. I .un MHTIO\UI
vioaa Brahman auctionu... of the I ivy fins feat

State Market Sale Ring i MfasiasipBl the eagle. more ottered than came twothirdsof from ; COCKTAIL I.OOGEi fqufrj

ARCADIA AUG. 15 soataen FaorMs. i I


Auction Begins at I p. m. Mass Production i Clewiston Inn

Admission Free i -- I TIIE sornrs mi>T SMILE
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I r. p..j": : [MRGO'flOUQ solo jaunt into the mowntwM I
IUXK.
U} \,. when Jake the old camp .
DREW PEARSON stopped him to check his supplies. !

; LbJit rioN "You gotta map an' a compass I

: WASHINGTON Motive Behind Greek Revolt "Certainly?" asked," Jake.replied Smithers. I i

... I the Recession WarningWASHINGTON. "Have got a deck at playing :
A CCORDING to the diplomatic grapevine from Athens, so- you
XX called Communist uprisings inside Greece were carefully It hasn't been kerds?" L f[
Deserted Midway Tsaldaris-Maximos noised about but Senator Tan was "Why no," amines
timed-not by the Communists, but by the seed
WASHINGTON resemolcs government-to coincide with the departure from the U. S. of advised by Dr. John dark of thepresident's "what do I with pitying j
council of economic advisers "
county seat former for Athens.The card? :
Gov. Dwight Griswold,Greek aid administrator .
that it would be shortsighted "
ir-\-n the morning after closinp Greek government's motive Is to convince Griswold that the very "It might save your life SOB, ;

the annual street fair. Tsa1dar -Maximos regime Is essehtial to the security of the country and moderate to recession.anticipate" "a If there brief is and a old Jake replied. "I always carrya :
boothsare must remain in pack wita-me. If you get bat I
Tents are still up. the power. decline in the near future dark .
ail there but the exhibits have Actually, what happened was that the E.A.M., or so-called Communist wrote Taft. it will be anything but son jest set down and begin play ;
been removed and there remain a group, was holding conferences with Prof. Alexander Svolos of Athens "brief and moderate." The warning in' a game of solitaire. Not mini

few stragglers poking amid the debris university Just a few days previously with a view to a political compromise went to Taft in his capacity ai you know same tool will pap up
by which could in Greek political affairs behind and begin telling yen
and the rubbish. But the star they resume participation chairman of the Joint economic you
performers along the midway rave under U. S. protection when, suddenly, about 4,000 of them wore arrested.U. committee. what to do next.
oOth S. diplomats well convinced that there be no political
ic"g sicce departed since to. are pretty can Frequent comparisons of the
c' rig:vss adjourned its first a-; ,'fl stability in Greece and no success for the American aid programif present situation with that following Touch TypewritingCan
the present reactionary Greek regime remains in power. Even patient
Clark
World War I are
Ambassador Lincoln MacVeagh is reported to have come to this conclusion. erroneous Be Self-Taught
said. But even if they were correct
To counteract this, Tsaldaris is doing his best to convince Griswold
it is to hold that the recession
wrong
tin that there would be chaos Greek government
only more !if the present ,
of 1922 was of minor Importance.
resigned. Teach
yourself
"Industrial production, industrial

!JT'LTER: WIXCHELL employment and national Income == J to TYPE ,
all dropped about 30 per cent" the ::.=. \,.


Notes of a BystanderThe the economic and farmer.we all adviser"know what informed happened Taft to i. .'/it rt 4A


Late Watch: Many of the The Show Folks: The hat-check Recovery then was rapid exceptin \\ .
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Wostcott started continued. 6:: - .C
women up at the Columbia univer- lass named Helen agriculture Clark
lily faculty section are reported playing In "The Drunkard" 13 years I "But economic changes which werea
soooo fluttery over General Eisen ago as toe baby. As understudy to major factor in that early recoveryand Valuable AssetIT
hower's appointment They're an all the femmes in the cast (although which those who are compla-

getting perms, new faQ outfits, etc. she rarely goes on) she is the cent about another 'moderate re- PAYS to know bow to type.-

to meet again January I unless . Observation: In the papers a troupe's most useful member. cession' would welcome may not 1 whether you're at home, on

called into special session by the photo of Harry Truman's birthplace Helen can play all the roles, and rescue us this time, he added. he job or going back to ......

President disclosed that It now is occupiedby has. "Prices of farm products will not There are accounts to keep letters

of a loan firm! drop as in 1920-21 because congress to write recipes to copy.
Measured the results i
by Quotation !Marksmanship: has ordered that they be supported i o .
otter congresses, the. accomplishments Tit Ktfltl inttilitit of lUinoitubtrt K. Johnson She nagged him Clark advised. "The price You can tttftf teach nandt to type
of this first session at home A keyboard dhart atoaw* torn
Jrttnkl JriiJ I .
( *rt uf) tx- Into another woman's life. .
be far
which can will .Ile
how to
.f the 80th congress on major ploJti the (intautie (.,," Ibttnttetpfftr Ilceht-0'Rourket He's the vice rigid we because wages the ranks of chine. Exercteci place yet and 51gwe driBa plus an-tea
more
legislation are pony. mtn frt mmpoli. Out of I speed.
of experience. . Percy Faith:
It slashed 11.012koholM:, ..1..1 ttfrt (kttwttn organized labor which will always Send 29 cents cota) forT__ Traerttiar -
,
some appropriations 1930.l '46) only 95 acre Her eyes lit op like two vamps. resist wage reductions include 10 MU.Tn.t" to WMkljr N.w..-
not enough lo boast about but sufficient . Corey Ford: She learnedto per service 241 Heat Itt* 8L. New' Tat
_.. The others million workers whose
powerin
," u'trtfribittcll. more *
II. N. T. Print name addm .......
to cripple government servo with her that
broker, baker Bl top- say things eyes bargaining on wage changes has title and No. 11Classified
ices; it passed what has been pint! the lift. f"t tippler (bold others waste time patting Into bun fortified by legislation unknown -
.termed a "bootleg" labor law whichis tr Seu r 0 r,. words.
a generation ago.
as full of loopholes as a. sieve
*
"The danger in the easy DepartmentINSTRUCTION
some parts of it are unconstitutional great
and the predictions are from PAUL MALLON optimism about a "moderate reces
both labor and industry that it will < I sion' lies in its tendency to create a

not remain long on the statute booksin < I reluctance on the part of the people _
its present form. > 1948 Race Is Like a Pretzel and of their representatives to In- fewfcm Gneal.ll.a 1* tenona.Is Dnsall Earn wfeB Prot* I..rg.ewe-
stitute public policies which are uncomfortable Manual *L N.U. 0....l.fl.*i K....r..
THE political situation Is shaping up like an unterminated pretzeL You I but which are needed Gmttt. ..*.. age r. ]1(.... W.. .I.... D.C.

For thi Record can see the curves up to now plainly enough. But where the dough! to forestall the forces which

Twice congress passed a tax reduction maze will wind up nobody knows. threaten our continued prosperity.We MISCELLANEOUS

bill conceded: even by its Dewey went out to make character in the West From New know they will accept -nay. t ROLL HI-GIOW DETELOFED-0veru P,* .. 1 5.7 1 service.eras
proponents to be political and inequitable 0 York with 96 convention delegates, he went out to the six delegate they will even demand-govern- All riz.., IS "nt.. n.-..... ...,....
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and twice It was vetoed states, not to gather party votes, as popularly supposed, bat chief : ment action of far more serious Import STCDIO B 11** BOIUl ;

by the President It passed a ly to gather a It-gallon political disposition. Candidates often i it wo suffer a depression. ]

presidential succession resolution' make the same trek for the same purpose at this stige. "But It would be folly to let mat.

providing that the speaker of the If Dewey went alter delegates, he should have come down to Wash- tars take their course in the expectation o 764g5ull )

house shall succeed next in line to ington to see the Republicans in both houses of congress. This is wherethe that if business turn downward lit Curt atilt UI 1055. I, I
the vice-president; this however. Is delegates are. Senator Martin has the 70 or so from Pennsylvania it will be only a mild and
a constitutional amendment which in an inside pocket Senators Taft and Bricker could ten Dewey about short affair' or that if it grows into ;,., RHEUMATISM

must be ratified by two-thirds of the Ohio and probably also Indiana and Illinois, although it might not be a depression we will then take care NEURITIS-LUMBAGO "

state legislatures. It did nothing anything Dewey wants to hear. Speaker Martin could issue Massachusetts of !t.
about high prices and It virtually and probably an New England like script Harold Stassen could "We will take care of it." concluded MCNEILS

ended rent controls and as a result teD him about Minnesota and perhaps Iowa; Wherry about Nebraska; Clark. "We win have to do '

prices of everything the consumer Baldwin about Connecticut and so on.Dewey so. But the task would be very dlffl- MGMf

buys have soared to unprecedented could take a pencil and paper, come to Washington at much cult as compared with our present i

heights and rents, already are up. less railroad fare and ascertain he lacks a majority of delegates without problem." BRINGS BLESSED REHEF
favorite son support He might win a few primaries next spring and . .
Contrttt hit unbteJtJ tmont the show some strength (this is what he is figuring on. they say) in which Large totttoa mm*.* !!!-S..al Sin MiMITIIt

debris It r tun it ill uftt ,,". wild case the boys might come up to his backroom at Albany.So Indian Lament U Ml Ufl NH:ITIMI III mi s n ole at1I511111e M ran*H pee

_.s_" .t tbt tnti-monopolj bill white Dewey Is supposed to be making a runaway race out The house public lands committee Rests Mil tl, ... JItlMltlUt ",hosec.a..a..rl.
ttttrfl mtfsttrtt la *U ed.raae oj of It, no one will predict where be tees from here. Taft Is going learned the other day that the
world VTr II, she minimum wage west himself, and will Identify himself while there as the only "vanishing" American Indian-contrary
hill, mtfturtt to fid tJuCftiom **J prominent opponent of Dewey to date I to legend-not only can be
,, school ttffbtrt.
; of
to "' par
f nftioiul ",.1Ib bill, tbt txttnaon ..- I I plenty talkative but has a long '
tint/ill of social itcmnlj Ufiilf- memory about the adversity of hU
t>f -
f.:
sins to im.litJt fit the Ptoplt, she //. PHILLIPS 'I" I forebears.

."; 0.' rtfionsl rittr ...hM l1 billl Y.' I Protesting a bill which would sell ,
to mate TIM nt-pi in she Mi,- 320 acres of tribal land as a park IUCiIGFHDes. "
touri, Columbia .W other river Comments on- the Day's News I site to the city of Lawton Okla., Jests. IN CIATNICS .I Oc4sc.1A.ta1t w
tffini. ...., fJtqmtt bousing Ufit- I Lee Hotah chief of the Comanche-
l.Jio. lM.VfSHI.VG AMIKICASISMS 3. Caesar Petrillo admits before i Kiowa. Apache tribal council told OK SPREAD ONROOSTS
. 'Rtmtmbtr, vt bare to boU our tntlomtrtf a house committee that he draws i congressmen:

In addition despite specific provisions ._ down about $ 0e90 a year, which we "We once faced your rifles, ,

of the 1946 congressional reorganization "0.., it lost assume helps immeasurably to sustain and ballets and oar countless
ee ( rgd patron PfIron. -
act. congress failed or his love of music."I ITCHING SKINSufferers
. arrows were no match for
refused to conduct the affairs of ,
them. Now we find our serves
the government on a business basisin "Ow job is ,. iruki /** cuitontr till don't think the cause of atomic equally unable to compete with J JHAVE

setting up minimum of expendi- A* t Him _,,', _&" energy has been served by this dis- political machines." / ./ / _/./ !I ,
tures and then cutting the tax cloth cVwure of the theft of certain data." your you Resin

to fit. It even has failed to follow Rationing is coming back it is Senator Hickenfeoper. Equally outspoken was 73-year meat for tried relief? Its ) Oiat- .

its own reorganization act freely predicted, there being no oth- _._ old Albert Attocknle, a colorful Ccmancbe bteoded rncdkatioo eodr soothes

. er way that we can send to Europethe The cause, we lake it, is better with a braid of hair dangling fiery itctuof of simple piles, dry
things required. Everything served by Just letting the secrets be over each shoulder. eczema common rashes and ocher 1
Sea. Robert A. Taft of Ohio and "POINTS" as it were, that way. stolen and saying nothing about it "My people have their own skin irritations externally caused. 0
Rep. Fred A. Hartley Jr.. of New whatever. In short the senator believes customs and their own ways, just bathe with mild Koiool -

Jersey are Joint authors of the' One nice thing about war In the that whether the bomb should ; which are natural to ns bat odd Soap and apply(ootaiafftetiooL

Tail-Hartley labor bill. old days was that yon could almost be dropped or net the matter of its to you," he said. "When we Relief usually follow quicklyRESINL0ltssS01V

Said Taft of the John Lewis always teU when it was over. proper protection should be. went to the too here to see the
rnirontriei. : "I don't think it ..L ...L"K animals, the people looked at I1.t
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violation of the instead of at the animals.
is in any way a as
SHEADCongress . -
law." WALTER' I"
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about the John NT -t4 32-4 ;
Said Hartley
Who Our Taxis
Writes
I
Lewis coal contract: "The new : "
Good SaluaritanI
contract looks like collusion be- ; Plays It is estimated that the CIO and 1

tween the operators and the union AFL between them with theirmemberl' ,
senate was about to convene for a political discussion of export families _1J'1
to force small companies THE constitute atbast ; '
The Rev. Peter Marshall chaplain asked Divine Guidanceand
out of business." 40 per cent of the nation's tax-
said ---
. ":)!ay freedom be seen not as the right to do as we please, payers.However when it "pTbem OeanM the Blood .';
to
came expressing
Harmful
bat as the opportunity to please to do what is right. )l&y1enr Body Va.t <
Bat Not Floods that liberty is under God and be found their view on tax legislation T..r kid..e aN aaei7/n.rty .;:1
Control
be understood our can no-
before Rep. Harold Knutson's sea.:=!i:the .,let I--- ;
Cost of the disastrous flood on Where else. Let as, as a nation not be afraid of standing alone house ways and means committee ::-c. : w ratrre. :
ss N.ev.
the Missouri river alone has been for the rights of men, since we were born that way as the only here is how the two big labor organizations -. .. &M&, If ......a.I...te__, :;
estimated at 500 million dollars nation on earth that came Into being 'for the Glory of God and the rated: c:: 'M. :- ... .. &M wMie
erosion, and advancement of the Christian faith.."
In loss of topsoil 250 million and dollars in And in answer to an objection by Senator Taft over continuing export They were given exactly U .:=--t. t.wi ,

more than damage a total of 750 m !. controls on fats and oils as Illcgical," Sen..lJeunder Wiley of Wisconsin I minutes. Chairman Kootson '..uat.. .. aI ta.; teo.. .,?S'o .
property gave the AFL U minutes while .... ., ac
long as records said: r.. ... a1ta. .
dollars. For as ClO 'o ..... ..
lion the average annual There Is such a thing as the hither logic of the mind and the got U. kWMi fir klsad d.

L have been kept and drouth damage iD tout Oar responsibility to keep oar own economy healthy and i in contrast, here b how Knutloa anaakuIL.s'utmost.via -

loss or flood valley bas been 100 at the tame time attempt to perform the function ., the Good {I stacks the cards in favor of big bsst..t V .i r" "
eh.enact
the }.1lssOUrl ToW cost of TVAa o Samaritan in helping to make other peoples adequate. business. To help write the 1949 tax DM.', 1-n.Dews ban. .....wiaaaa i+ -

Alice doUarl.been 182 million dollars. t In debate over farm price supports Sen. Milton Young of Moru, bill Knutson has appointed a special i sn T'Ny bt..d.tan "a aatlte.e.-"WtFr-._ ..
j date has Dakota said price of wheat in the Argentine without controls was between tax advisory committee, mostof : 5Oy ..Ma.t 510H'
let... Indifferent congress J3 and $4 per busheL Arguing for continuing controls. Senator whose members are already on i -. AjC we.oetia)

and grtdy prl.ate enterprise a. Young said American farmers would be tickled to sign a contract fit record for reducing higJwr bracket

far un effectively dammed lip fin years at $1.50 a bushel rather than face the possibility of $3 wheat taxes and for imposing a sales tax I I.4'Z '
any adios to create aa )IVAJ.ratSl this year and probably 30-ce"t wheat in a couple of years. regarded by most economists as

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS IN THESE UNITED STATESMinnesota


Dutch/ Launch Offensive in Indies; I BROADSIDE I Fete Recalls


Second I II BOWED OUT . Ben Cohen, last ,

Tax Slash Veto Stands; ly of Roosevelt the original aorT"'bra-;n trust' of ear- Historic Indian Uprising I


I Truman Hails National! Prosperity when istration his resignation days- W.NU Features. I

as counselor of .. NEW ULM, \Ur."N.-Eighty-five years ago this month the
. Reieaaea Of Wra ern Aesspapet the state depart- Sioux Indians under of Chief Little Crow struck
command out
M>.Ui'KNt.S"'/ : WRea ..atal.aa *'. aares.ea tkes..l..... Ik .,. .. .'
.. ;, laN. sees ..al,.,. sae ut .......nix .f .i.*; ....t1.....u.1( ment was accepted. : in a last desperate attempt to drive the white man from their

after 14 years cf the Midwest states Center of the
r.pidly shrinking empire in I i

SUMATRA service attack, which occurred at a period when America was engaged

EiJ I CONTENDLD . - in bitter civil war between the states, was New Ulrn, !
JAVA SEA Representative L.4 Minnesota The Indians struck I
s..vta Mansfield (DuMont ; .;. early German settlement in I
s.ac /woof .)) that G 1\ with sudden, savage fury In what history has recorded as the =

Thomas E. De111't'V New UJrn Massacre -Althoi; the< -
tie tc c Dewey 0 i : i
of New York hadleveled Indiar cause was hopeless f-cn:
tug the outlet it cost the lives of r -ethan :
a slur at Ml -taro \\ tn he: t i
offered 700 men. women and c a
to 'gi\e tU' >t.+ e ->P Oc0
Communists of Southwestern Minnesota

s raa.at. i iMn' IRKED . Dr Robert C. huller, The Indians .-ere. in the e" '.3- ,

director of San Francisco's Stein- ly defeated and driven fthe x

hart aquarium when be discoveredthat state into Dakota territoT'jacy i

INlMAN OCEAN a shipment of &-h from Hawaii were captured and more 0300 A .

contained Hun;uhu-nuhiukole instead were sentenced to hang. 1-te -ven- : 1F

of the Hurruhiimunukunukua- hue of President Lincoln ::! _-d tie >k ,

--- puaa be had <..rderqi.C.CELLED lives of the great majority rf "1ese, I Ii

Map shows principal points in Java where figfattsg is said to be I.pecreu . Eva Duart but 38 eventually died in tv t ',
as Dutch forces opened an cffen&he against the Iad neMan Peron wife c' the president of Argentina IT? c1'l hanging America 'e: has

KtpuMie after failure of independence negotiations Battles were reported her r->-*'cu'ed visit to Great recorredTSere.

to be taking plate at Bandung (8), Surabaya (3) and at Palew- Br-tcm to thr professed mystiftca- are different ver .*n-
bang (t) In Sumatra. The Dutch seized aU Republican mstaHalion at ton of the Brit sh fore:gn office of the incident that touched &3

Eatavu (I) at outset of the earapaijn.SHOOTLNG However, son e reports of axial intrigue the trouble, conceded to have

are s.;:1 to have reached London I been one of the mo t serious of

WAR : P------ from Madrid: Rome end Listen all American Indian nprisin

where S"nora Perm visited on Aecepted by many is the tc-y I
r\0 TAX CUT
Dutch Attack : her odySSey from the Argentine that it was provoked by the "

They had had enough the Dutch I Same SIryIncome ExrU; IG . Shirley Temole craving rf a renegade Indian.
a baby her 5r!t. in January The named Ore Who. Kill Cts
said. They had lost aD patent tax reduction ,
thrownsquarely 'w-01d
with the intractable Indonesian Republic J was ) ..cm-s and her husband fff ca me's of rn for bre:'*. .
into the line as a red-hot John .".gar. 26. made the mo- fut.
issue in the 1941 presidential campaign I mentous
j' anr..unermcnt at family .
So they came in sboo Itg. Dutch as the senate, for the second : party after which it became a a na- The story has it that o-p "

military forces, in a swift attack on time, toiled to override Mr. Tru- tional issue.ACCtSED. coirranions ordered One W"o K ", LC IDS UPRISING Chief Lit
Indonesia bombed and strafed key man's veto of the I Ghosts to put down the eggs to aId tle Crew of the Sioux Indian tribe
Republicansponsored : . The steel industry,
military installations in Java and biD to cut income taxes by starting trouble. One Who Kills led more than 4 000 warriors ia
by Walter P. Reuther, president of I'
Sumatra in what looked like the beginning four billion dollars next year. I the United Auto Workers of teetering Ghosts thereupon accused the other the historic raid against New
of a dead-serious war. of being a coward and afraid of tin, pioneer southern Minnesota
Following an overwhelming house a program of planned shortages I
Just why war should break out in ; the white man. farming center, Little Crew e<-
vote of 299
that could
to 106 to override the precipitate a major de-
the far-ff Netherlands Indies was veto the Master for War taped U. S. troops seat in pursuit
senate fell five votes shortof pression by 1990 Feutfeer called
DOt immediately apparent to most doing the same thing and Presi- for a government investigation of ; That allegedly set of the pe.rk I after the Indians were drive off .

cf the world's peoples. There had dent Truman's thumbs-down policyon the steel shortage and said that it : In the quarrel that followed the in a climactic battle August It, s i

been some wrangling between the lower income taxes was sustained is up to the government to make t young bucks decided to prove their 1862. Ttuity-elfht his warriors :

Dutch and the IndonesIans over the i the industry produce or go into the valor and went to a nearby settler's were hanged later .Maakato, '
I
matter cf Independence for the Indies The second stage of the income steel business for itself. bonre and shot up members of the )(iJuL. Little Crew escaped that I'

And it seemed there had been tax battle was virtually a replica of I I family. Indians throughout the Min- fate, but later was found and shot ;

truces that were broken. But the the first round when the bill was HIGH BRASS: nesota river valley immediate began I -3
world little noted nor long remembered vetoed I mustering for war and the Bravery of their hardy forefathers ;

what they had been saying, ate failed and to the over sen- New Secretary I very next day white, at the lower whose valiant defense once and few ) -t

and doing down In that corner of ride. Kenneth C. Royall 53, undersec- agency were attacked. The Indians all destroyed the war-making power ;

the globe. PresidentTruman also reit- retary of mar, has been nominated spread out over the country on both I of the Sioux in the :Midwest and '

It came to war. the Dutch said erated his original by President Truman to succeed aides cf the river, despoiling every mad the area safe for.tettlers will i

when the Indonesian Republicans I stand against the Robert P. Patterson who resigned I settlement by torch, tomahawk and be commemorated in a huge m day; 'I ,
rest- !
continued to violate primary agreements measure. saying, as secretary of war, ending a terror observance, August 1217 by

Both the Dutch and the natives "I regard the pres- seven-year period of government: i. Terrified settlers hurried their dents of New Ulm. None of the
of the islands had agreed that bill service. families to New Ulm as the Indians actual defenders is known to sur-

the Indies should receive their independence ent unsafe.as unsoundand I also Patterson, staunch advocate of massed for attack. Milford. a rural vive, but still Irving are more thana I. '

in 1949. but they couldn'tccir.e Senator regard it as un- armed forces unification, told l1r.I settlement seven miles west of New score of men and women who, a* 1

to terms on interim arrangements fair" Truman that he had withheld his Ulm was attacked and many of I children shared the anxious moments i

Another Dutch grievancewas Barkley But he introduced resignation until it appeared that : its inhabitants killed on August 18. l of those trying days. Some ;

that they were unable to control a reu. disturbing angle whenhe the unification measure would be I The following day a force of warriors despite their advanced ages, canvividly ..

the population and that Indonesian viewed with alarm recent International passed by congress bit at New Him. killing sev- I recall many harrowing ex i
troops had fired on Dutch developments which, he But it seemed reasonably certain eral persons and burning a number periences. Descendants of the defenders ,

forces during truces. I declared, have exposed the nation that Patterson would net be out of of buildings. The defense held, however today make up much of thecity's 1

The Dutch struck first in Batavia to greater international "risk. a Job for lorg He was expected to and after some spirited fight- population. I
seizing all Republican installations be named to the first vacancy that inr the savages withdrew. The observance not only will boni ,
Sen. Alben W. Barkley (Dem., i the settlers the
or pioneer of region i
the court bench During the battle reinforcements
occurs on
there Indonesian sources reported supreme
Ky) backed up the President by : but also will serve as the officialhomecoming !
arrived from St. Peter, Mankato.
Dutch air attacks on a dozen airfields the Secretary of War Royafl, a native .
out that the
pointing possibility ; for several thea'and
and cities in eastern Java, situation of GoJdsboro. N. C.. served in both i j Le Sueur and other neighboring
in Europe, aggravated byRussia's i New Ulm and Brown county veterans -
and heavy fighting developed at World War I and IL He held the F Frank settlements bringing the defense
action "blow I
might up cf World War IL Attendance
forces to around 800. Ma]. Charles
Stmarang, on the northern coast of !r of brigadier general WeD fe* j 1 -
and that if it does it is vital for the E. Flandrau a former Indian of residents from throughout the _
Java. I United States to have sound credit. was appointed undersecretary cf and Midwest is expected to swell attend- i
To the Dutch Republican Premier in November IMS agent, was placed in command
war ,
Barkley urged that the veto be t defenses of the town were strengthened ance at the six-day program to 150060 ,- ,
this reply:
Sjanfadm made supported in the interests of "oar HAY FEVER '!' and the city will be appropriately I
"I of to re- :
the Dutch trying
accuse
own democratic economy and our Path of Destruction. decked out for the event, which
colcoize us. I accuse them of violating to mankind." Perhaps Cure 1 l 3 commemorates vital period in
obligations a Four days later on August 23. the so a

the truce. DENIAL The answer to hay fever sufferers'prayers : Indians attacked New Ubn in greater the history of the Plains states I

It was a small war. as wars : may now be coming jt cf i immber Fighting continued until I

(e these days, but It showed opas A'o Innuendo a Brooklyn laboratory in the form .| room of the following da,. when

a gaping bole in the poor, of a new drug which its makers icontend the attackers withdrew Of the t Texans May Rescrt
In unusual official
an : statement
threadbare tapestry of the New Ubn defenders 34 had been
is e1fecti'ebether or not ;
issued the
through war department, I
world's uneasy peace. kflled. 60 wounded >e-artyOO
irwhvtdaars ,
an hay fever is cawed
Gen Leslie R. Groves
MaJ wartime -
To Law Six Gun
BOOM TIMES: director of the Manhattan by an aBergy >. buildings had been destroyed. "I
Indians
I Dunne the same time the
atomic bomb project, made a firm Caned anthaDan, the drug is a j I
Danger Ahead denial &f allegations; that he had coal tar derivative Although it is also laid siege to Fort Ridgely established a To Guard Property I
'
United States military post 1 1i
difficult to manufacture. it will be
United States production is rolling tried to discredit the administrationof the river
in 1853 18 miles
up
i atomic available to at left 580 000 Americans i
rate of the civilian energy commission -
along at the unprecedented the nire-
from New Ubn During
this hay fever season Manu j
.
225 billion dollars a year and the assaults AMARILLO, TEX.
day two formidable Sturdy
facturers that it can't be made siege
nation has hit an all-time economic Groves said Secretary of War ray were made and !!ed. The In- Texas ptainsnea again may
rep :
.
'
take cf
fast enoi: > t rare all thefivemm.f"'ff.
l-eak. President Truman revealed Patterson had "expressed the de. > .. -' to his economic report to sire that I issue a statement" on L '* la
mid-year l-dtcd. Sta: kotas akine ,,- many order to protect tleir .
:
and went to declare > '
rengress the matter on captives property. Bat this time the f
He described the country as enjoying that "all such reports and innuen- war will be against wheat JI
{
Worried Whatever it was that started
now the highest levels of does are absolutely untrue. the historians I thieves, net cattle rustlers I
uprising(, are t
employment prosperity and pro-1 I He added that he feels that the alfred that it wasn't a mere Bandit are making steady ,

dnetMR but at the same time issued i! war department "has cooperated redden whim. The Indians were forays as atxe piles t/ wheat

a grave warning that the U. S. can I wholeheartedly with the atomic wen prepared when they damped *. the gr a&d at karvettiac -

photge from boom to doom as a : energy commission since its appointment launched their attack. Their time as a remit of shortage i

gestalt of unwise price advances i and I personally as wen leaden knew weD what they of shipping facilities.

which are threatening initiation i as the organization of which I am a were dome when they these Wheat nstlers, it Is reported,

Caning for further price reduc- j member stand ready at any time to Fort Ridjrely and the settlement are especially active MI De I

tktw, the President expressed his lend assistance to the members cf ef New Ulm as their mala *bjretives. Math ptaUs. FUyd eaty farmers -

concern over the coal price taTS the atomic energy commiss: .:x. if have reported large looses J
which have grown out of. such assistance is desired by from their estimated mi lies f Y
It felt that the
is underlj
*e recent mine wage agreements. i iHe i them" back to 1851. before: .eg the cause bushels *f grain left ia huge I I I
state
,goes
coal Groves was re :eved as
repeated his contention that General piles es tile TMIJMI.
price advances are exaggerated bead of the army's }Ja-.r.attan prcj- ,cf Minnesota was founded, when f
II treaties were negotiated with the
when compared with adjustments ect on Jaftuary 1. upper and tower branches of the Fancy Names AboundIn
made In other industries -
previously CASH FOR VET : SiOUX nation for the transfer of mostof '
t South State Finds
.
their vast lands In southern Minnesota -
One of the nation's most serious Terminal Lfaie and in Iowa to the government MONTGOMERY ALA.-rmrt: s l

Bhortconuags, said Mr. Truman, ; Nine znQBon World War II veterans in return for specified pay. September has a brother nair. a
-
tin been the failure adequate to provide bousirg anything ;i will be eligible: on September 1, meets. The Indians were to make First of August it Is revealed to ;

resembling housing construction to turn in their terminal leave their homes on a reservation consisting list of fancy names compiled frcn# '
He
added that
behind the real reeds bonds for an approximate total of cf a 10-mile strip on both records of the Alabama department
still far
Tags 18 billion dollars under terms cf a sides cf the Minnesota river. near of industrial relations.
of our people for homes. ;i Fort RidgelyThe Pearly Gates, another unusual
bbl passed by congress.Approved
this
,
"Idle self-congratulation- Leon Henderson, former price
is by the senate ;n n$3 treaty was unpopular with monicker may be indicative of *
period of unparalleled the prosperity President :y to 0 votethe measure had two administrator, issued substantially many cf the Indians for they bad food mother's future hopes for h n

wfeunded. however weeks earlier received unanimous the same warning that exchanged a big empire for a nar- new-born baby. Then, too. there'sactually
warned. He pointed out that present I President Tram as soanded te his
with the
approval row strip of not very suitable land. a person name
house
and price
high
foil employment economic address, wily Bender-
by re The biD would permit but not require and payments were net as largeas tea Hogg.
levels are being supported of business, veterans to turn in their ter- son was considerably mere they had expected. Other factors Among ethers mdaded in the: Eat

conversion demands cf and minal leave bonds for cash at local alarming Said he: Tales *.methiaf too contributed to the hostile are Dixie Cola, Square Bell Kate

backlog demands consumer cf exports banks after September 1. Under the to d.ae aa4 4 ec prwaptty feeling which was becoming more Line Harris, General Davis, first-

tan unusual excess describedas present law. the maturity date is America faces a postwar rIlapseBke pronounced at a time when able- dent DkkiMon: Apt Greece Effort

ever' imports. These props te to our eco- five :years after the date cf issu- that .f lKft-21 felawintWerid bodied men were being sent out of fficks. Stonewall Jackson and Early
temporary War L
ance. i the state te Cgkt In the Civil war. Jose
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; UGHI CI.IDKS fOl'. TS' 1)t: I'J\T nuo.-, .\l tJOT H. 147


I The taotlsaoay aka -wtt let sta- alleged absence of the sappwalg
d
Teacher's Workshop t dent above named and tlbfPtance .
.
Commercial Fishezmen la detail the before -
,f' by Eaateeers I and duration thereof
To Begin Here 1 nay results will be aaaeaactd.July You are commanded to appear ia r
I i j J'atd '',.un un th' day and hour abovenaoxd
and show cause. if an011

Now Taking HolidayCommercial Next Monday ,..fb.kass lith...... n..rw.147 can mlniMratlon wh> the should said Petition nut be for granted Ad- p

: -- i aOTlcnNOT1'E and ouch farther proceeding had In
the Adjnlnistrntloo .>f said eMate as :
i school legIslation -
I The recently enacted be and
mar proper conreasent. pur-
1 and the program of school t. berehy lvm that tile! aant to law.
: fishermen iu Lake* ker has been ordered to tak a rest I state'citiaea's Trustees of internal ImvrovrsavntFoiHt 1 J. M. CUCSB.County .
4eeeMbee and the St. Johns: by his physciaa sad will leave this I Ii operation saaaaed oat by a of the State of Ftortta. Paratuatt Judge, Glade County.
easaatlttee win hare a coB- to law. will offer (et ..!., for I I July 1*. %i. Auc I. t.l .
rtttar will probably toy by tkeir I i week to spend a couple of weeks lathe the school orerattoaa -II k-Jecthm osdjr, la Tsllahsweq .,...-
sMeraMe affect
.-j-** for the Bert fear we taMollowlavg moaataias and since it will take OB Ma, at II;:t* o'clock A. M.XlMf gepteeber i
this term and the of the fee the land GLADES \ ('''! >T1 .ii IGh1s I't. Hr eL.OKSCaelTY.
.. agreement made oePseea, !a week or longer spoon his return to is that school CotrrT. de.crib.d as t' .....: FLUKtlJ
greatest differences
glut rs..eaeBtatives of both eoaiBrerflaklag saaae his plans for the appearance Bealaaia at the Nortkwcvt Corner
will stan OB the coming Moatfay, at or See. is. Twill. 4S Pmilti4iaa. .
Estate of
** groans la Tampa Moaday. before the supreme coart. It is least for the members of the faculty .... II .... Tallahassee K...-. NOTICE: John 18 HEREBY Haley, Deceaaed.OIVKX that
I generally conceded that the enforced ; Ute_ Sootk a degrees fEast the lath
who will begin the "Teacher'sWorkahop. atop tae Rest boaaAirr of as day of A...... 1MI. I
H. G. Stewart oae of the deafenat cusps..toe of flshiaa will last at ." saM Sorties IS, 11".8 feet to tar hall Coves apply Jade to Ute Hoaorabl t. M.
as of
saM Covet of
reBreseatattves of the Lake, least four weeks. I Southwest Corner of Lot t, .t Probate of Glade County, Florida, for
This means that for a month raid Section II. and the point of
Association local business final discharge as AdmlaUtratrix of
Qteeohobcc Fisher J* men helped to
prior to school opening the members I beginning toner Booth 14 degrees the Estate uf John Hvaer.. deeeaaetf.
-who Met with Attorney Pat R hita-j raise the necessary extra money of r Ea..t. 3M.RS fret thence Ky final report and application for
of the faculty as least as many South 45 deters Sf East 54.5Sfeet
Iter ta his Tampa offices Monday for employing the new lawyer by thence South C2 1C I final discharge are now on file la the
I ; degrees
them as have already signed con- office of saM Judce.ANNIE .
as M that the group agreed to wait coatribatioas to the Fisheries As- West. .*..it feet: thence North t
1 trcts. or who are not still la summer degree r West, :51." feet to thepout HILl. A. Adssrx.
waft Mr Whitaker could take sociation as honorary members. July II. :$. Aug. I. I.
I school or OB sick leave, will bells of beginning. contatnlngLXt
the accessary step to obtain a coon Whttaker is not taking over all of acres, more or tree. ALSO !
Southern Ana '
Monday a coarse of
etitatioaal writ from the sapreme the legal work of the Association Bcrfmlac at the Northwest Cernor l\ Tin "'IRIIT VI KT OK THR
sociattoaal study aad the mapping. of Section Towmrtitr 4Sooth. THKI.KTII JIUUI4L
court which would permit tbe resumption -J but will assist R K. Bell of Miami of for the term whiskstarts Range sal\.at. Tallahe ** *,\1) Colt (.ltlll'M MM CIRCTIT NTV FLOH IX ,
outcome I a program Meridian thence South II degrees IU,. 1\: ( .. %:' '. j
of fishing pending the and Miss Mary Schuman of Okee- ( :R' :\0. Pit ,
I September 1. V B..t. long the West
of court fights Since Whita- .'ihobee .. boundary of nld Section K. I
One of the new teacher'sV stases fwt to the South Right Hll.l TO 'it SET TITLK AMIFOKIXL
R. Damron of Louisville Ky., mathematics ot-Wnf line of State Htehwajr No ( .r: MOHTiAhIRS
TS and the point of WsrlnnlnsT. W. a NORTON
I Instructor arrived this thence North Ci degree IT Rast. Plaintiff ;
Count Cattluman Are Hosts morning with his wife and the! along mM South Kt...-of-w.,. '.. .* !
P. of HM. 14.... fret; finesse North GLADES FARMS INCORPORATaUX aa .
I language teacher Tom Moye i 74 degrees Sr Ban. .,*.,. feet Indiana Corporation rt at
Cutbbert. Ga., should arrive this to the Awthraitt Corner rot S. of rfrndants...
Friday To State Association week-end. Other teachers will also _lei Section It; theoc Aeath 1 \OTKK TO ArFKtROHIIRH
degrees f Eaat: 712 SS feel; thence IK Fl B"aT.O. {
be here for the beginning of the 1t-Z.. -.*- ItttYM. .._. feet.. finesse forth II I STATE or FLORIDA -mGlade
-- Workshop Monday. I 4 decree V West. 1t71S cwt to Farms Incorporated, aa Indiana -
the point of b tnnlnK. cotitatBln Coraorathm. Charles C. Msaderson. -
One of tbe largest groups of cat-I l elation for his work Another change this year will be I < It n acres more or 14".... IndlvMually and as Trade..

tlemen to assemble for any kind A report on the tUk situation was that instead of recess periods as The Purchaser ts required to pay)I Ml.the. NelUe Hvatderaon. Adsntniatrsitrls.of
Evtat
I fthe advertising eat of Charles B. Heaisrcon. -
.a meeting in Glades County the given AyV.. H. Stuart of Dartow usually recognized for the children THE TRfFTElW OF INTERNAL: 1MTROVEMENT I....... L. Henderson and X....

attendance being estimated at 490 who said that steady progress is there will be supervised recreational Fl'Nn r."iwr. .. th-- rights I i I..arena U Henderson, his wtfjL Amelia
to reject any bids. I I IBT i I H.a4er IOII Baker Walter K. Kiaa sat ,
met at Palmdale picnic grounds last being made. He also disclosed that periods for every grade.If ORPBR :.ndthn Trustees of the Teresa Klpn, his wife Barrett M. ,

Friday when the Glades County the association had hired Ed .Ayers a public school musk teacher is Internal Improvement Pond of thestate )|I Wedmall and. Mrs. Barrett )l WeeaPRMIL ,
'' his Charles
of FleridS. A. Macautoy
'Cattlemen's Association was host former Manatee county agent as obtained there will also be musk Millard F Caldwrll Governor. t'! and Mrs .If.\. Maeasle his

to the meeting of the State Cat supervisor of tkk eradication work. periods for each grade each day. -u..t. wire. Francis L .o.ti.r. i' Mrs.
F. a Elliot. SecretaryTruntee Ffaacla Galbraith, bis wife.
Oeotae
tlem. 1's Association lie then introduced a group of visitIng Moore Haven students both I. I. h.... I Wlas .l'Mrs. Georat Wlas. his wife

State President Irlo Branson of legislatators who had been most high school: and grade school will August 1. I, IS. 22 n. James C. Pattea and Mrs. James C.
Patten, his
Klseiwmee presided at the meeting helpful In putting through legislation be registered on August 28. Has sad Mrs Edward wife.E.Edward Gates, E.his Oatas wile,

and a brief address of welcome was important to cattle Interests. ; students will register the following OTln: OK MKtmx; OK i ITI I Robert Bocannon and Mra. Robert
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tqLU.IZ.\Tlo. 00 SKI) hla wife W. T Pitts and I
At this time the day that Monday will begin actual
given the group by Fred Montide- meeting adjourned so Mrs. w. v. Pitta his wife j. T. Oeoae

oca of the Brighton Indian Reservation. to enjoy the splendid barbecueand class work. 1 and Mr J. T. Govdc. his I
NOTICE ic hereby given that theCity ; Orison and Mrs Joseph trJ'I I
The president reported on fish fry there being a plenteous Assessment Roll of the city ofj I. wife Chadbovrne W.t..... sad Mra.Chadbourae '
legislative activities of interest to supply despite! the fact that[ Miss Laura Kabors of Fort Myers Moore Have. Florida will be rabmHted Waters, his wife Hubert
Is operating tbe linotype in the te the __italIC Board hbrl H Woodamall. PusMeat sad a Dlret- '
eatttoaen after which June Gunn the attendance was larger than had]I I approval on ){ottttv. -w Mt IS ntj tor of 01..... ....... Incorporated, aa
Democrat office this week.
State secretary: introduced guests been estimated The beef for the I : 5 a'clock p. m. at the City Hall In' Indiana Cor.--..... Sims D. Fee
I Moore Haven, and all persona de.lrIn .' Receiver uf Glade Farms Incorporat
and delegate from county a ocla- barbecue ,!contributed. by Lykesuros I flt have correction made in such jI j ed. an Indiana Corporation Leila C.
lions, there being 21 out of the, Cattle Company. Swamp cabbage . County Board- I whether in listing valanttoa of! Wood.mall. Bva Mart Miller. IT aJIn.
property or otherwise, are required I II sad If.., be dead to their
up the result of legislative activities Brunswick stew pickles iced I I to file with the Clerk of aM City, on' tiesunknowa heirs, devisees r egahs hatNIC-.

and disclosed thai an assistant tea bread and other things went (Continued from Page 1)maintenance I or before tbe day of such meeting Fr... .... creditors, and all other parties

46 state associations represented. to make up the menu for the lunch 1 %. 1946. 1 % ; their petition* to IIIIclI setting smeawmrat; forth their and objectton the- against ctitmisv saM parties by. through respectively, under: aDd or

The secretary's report summed eon. school: sinking, 2. 1946. 4. corrections which they desire to have, to all persona clalmlnc jiyof

Elmo Griffith had been II Immediately after the luncheonperiod The millage for sinking funds ramie.LOW rt k. 1 1July Intereat la the er matter this
.1 secretary, Jt. I SHERIDAN City << suit, by. thrswKb under or srstsrr*
.. a talk was made by Ed Ayerson has been reduced both by the county M. An*. I. 5. IS. 1917.I !f one or more af MM Defendants herein -
hired by the state group. The trea- tick nanwd. .... .....
eradication work and the and by the school: board and the to all kavtaar
urer's report by N. Ray Carroll benefits or claimlnsT aay Intereat whalaaansri
of Kioaimmee disclosed the etcel- of a centralization .au reason for this is that the bonded \ f'O' \TV Jl IM.t7 lot ItTa.h11)E' i i in the foltowiM neat Seas-ribs-S;
thority, and the meeting closed witha indebtedness is so nearly paid off ,'UtTT.. FMlRlllt i I: Toe... seek of you are htrsayarlvea
teat condition of the state treasury. discussion attee Chat W. B. XsHsst of the
cattle industry that both boards feel that It can
P. E. Williams of Davenport No. :eRK dM 4M the Slat day of Jatjr. .
; as a whole by W. J. Sh alf'T. animal all be takett/rare of through normal : K8TATE OF 1147,._n.. M Ute Clrsddt Court torrtlfleeS '
who served as association president husbandman of the Florida University tai payments this T..r with tbelower B4ward OoMpteln (Oordy>, f Florlda. a ehaaSky.
.... ... fa .
for eleven of the fourteen years It De&.wd.OTIPR ausO
Extension: Service. He andspsch
pointed millsge. \ ot' 1T8TIOTo Mth1: sgatQ rIM' ,
has been in existence and who is to many of the problems which The only other business before .IC4TIOFOH 11\ II.DleCK .1 tM wherein sad whereby paid I
now vice-president of the American \HIt: arnpmisaal aaeka to emtet his Rile
lay ahead for the Industry and dwelt tbe board was picking a Jury list NtrTK'K !. hereby ITl.r* that 1 have Sad r* tke alternative to foreclose Us I -
.NatMoal Livestock Association for some time on the Importance of for the fall term of circuit court i I filed my final report and pettttosi far First Mortaacs acatast you in aM 11
whkh has !' Final Discharge Adtntatotratormm the followtaadaaaffbid land arelrated '!
representatives of every obtaining a good calf Nth an ..........
crop ------ Umnto anneio de boats non la Glades Oountr. sawn i
industry In any way connected with year. of the estate of Edward U Htrta2ordy : -
t .rattle gave an Interesting report I Lake Control- I i C ) dr__.... und that oa the Lots A and B la Section Twea- .J
-- 22nd day of Anarwrt. t,47 1 will applyto t1NItn). Township ThlrtyKtee 1-
on activities of his association. In Mr. aad Mrs Fred L. Jenkins I tne liv M>raMe J M. Come, ComtyJ South the afternoon he was presented by i j left Saturday to spend a couple ofI (Continued from Page 1) .e.. of 0...... County Florida for Three East ( *) an7 the Cast ;j
half BH> .t Reties Tklrty-Tw
; the state that the lake level be lowered as avprvval of MM final report sad for
association with beautiful
a week's vacation ISSK Tewaebtp Trtr Nina Sesib 1
I visiting at various fteal discharge M Administrator c. t.
saddle as a token of appre- I points In Alabama. a temporary measure until ..chi I! a. d. a. a.. _of _the .ta..t EdwardO.MMMa 115x).. Raa ra ThirtyThree Rant :j
time as ettatiag canals can be wMjenea deees.d.Thla (UK) tau the HBB Half- IE
__n I I link Ut'i Jury. 1M7.ItRUTR of te Ksrthoast Qvarter (NBfjtaa 'j
sad deepened to take care or L. BARFIKLP, >d North half (N 4) of the
the surplus rainfall He said that I i AdniiRhitrator c. t- a. t. b Do Northeast Quartet (NEfc) of the 1
Eri yiutts Arrirvtl of the Estate of BdwnrdUoldctrln Soatbeaat quarter (8B%). tile I
Lastiijht it posed a fire threat but that Oordy), Deceased Soatkwest Quarter OWte) of Hee-
I moat fires wve caused through :1 Um-HEIJ. D. PRICK. KARiXO. list Four <(4)< Township Forty 1 i
FLORENCE!: BARFIELD, Sooth For HEA I'ort"tie Want Hurttnral rarelesaaess and the fire threat was i, Attorneys for Brace K BarfleM. Ant <(
preferable to the flooded rrodttioaa1: Adm. c. t. a. d. 1>. n. Section Five (3). Townoklp Forty 1 ,,

I which have recently existed. :j!1 July II. :$. August I. I South Bast HE<<
I Also speaking la behalf of the Now. therefore, you and each of '
i Users of electricity from the steel and ;\ Tan: f 01 acT >K4U\T1' Jl DGIL I,I you, are hereby required to file aa 1
were fearful that proposed lowering of the levels In .
(01 >Ti, T'TB or Apt.arancr In such prwceedrna on or t I
engines would be recehed before were R. V. Creech sad Mrs Ruth M.OIIIU4Katate before Friday the Itth- day of Angust ,
Rural Electrification Administration this steel I! __ A r 147 4l the Glades County '
was ap aad danger Wetfitwortli. both large: farm operators -
i Court House In Moore
c*. MOW rest assured that withIn of damage te eagteea great becaaae la the ftelfe Gl4 area and ,i of Katie Robinson Coker, I Florida and spat failure so to Haven do the j

a rwry" short time a plentiful ... of falling girders. HarleyVats.. 1K. 1 i deceased. Bill will be taken a.. r<.nfe*.ed bjr '
However tile case grower ;i: The state of FloridaTo
and default will h.a_...
of for you agatsayou
j.ly electricity all
pat poseswill steel was recieved a coa.ie of week D. L,.... Moore Haven all persons interested la the estate and said cause will proceed exparte
: be avallabe for the two Mg of MM decedent you are hrbyuotlTled ,
ago and ha* I .. tleman ehairsaaa cat-I'
gone place so aDd of the that a Petition fur AdMlaUtratkin -
; Diesel powered engines, to famish IT IS ORDERED that this Order <>f j
rapidly that hall of the Estate of K..tle ItobiMon -
moat of the heaviergirders. Drainage District was the Publication be published in Glades
this electricity arrlhere last r both for walls and roof. to read. a brief In protest fI..j: Court Cokrr alleging ha.sbean that shla filed believed hi this I Ito County Democrat, a _....a..r ofRbaral
and circulation publlahecV In Glados
night will be installed as r.p..j are now la pi..... Placing of concrete the proponed towering of the lake br dead on a'-c ly as possible oa the ... more than eeern t'| year from
I blocks in the walla Is exported to Mayor F D Yuan of Moore Haven I! her last domicile at MuwIn fUSSest'ounty four conaecuti\e: weeka

whkh are ready to receive start ant week and within a comparatively also spo'.e against: the lowering Flurid You are hereby DONE AND <)R. >'r.RBD In Moore
I' notified that the undermitned will In llavrn .;lades ...Rt'. FlorM-*
\V. B. Irby. manager of the i local j short elate the contending hat a low water tables 2547.tri.til .
\ plant the <.nnt> v.urt Moor- thin 29th day uf July A. D
ufAuicii't i : : K\L) /1. I> 8 WBBKS4 'j
the would be totalled l"+ 'it th. )' ur .r J orlork \ t'trrk''sr nit Court la anff'r
ettfttoes hi I Monday a contract was '" of the _I. I' SI 'r -* *.* t, 'R;:ro-r tr the ';Ud ''ounty Florida ?
Leonard Brothers of Miami. hired I started A brlof protest against th- mm < .m. n' b. h'ad I I. aT a0Va': 'at'unft ?l :sfM; JIIH\tIS: ,
on Project C la HljthCesmty .
.
tin ,'I'| I r- r. r Uintiff; j
it sntng "r 't l I' I5t".n un.l i > I
manufacturers of the
the ea-!
by iseds, was filed by the lodlaatown Drainage ., . . .
for the clearing 0 it I t. .sd'u'- '...ne d. h,1' t''r 1 1 1.:
nInes. tile Enterprise Corporation of I of ...11'<<-11'." for the new lines District another by the Fort i

; San Francisco and are rated as in that Myers 8hlpbattM Co.. another b* .
area
nta..k. - -
f being "- -
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". I : '.
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1180 h. p. each and each capableof -
done by J. B. Caaancey of Kathleen a JacksoavtBe navigation concern.
if generating 840 klltowatts. another by a large coastal fisheries '

t ;( The contractors on the plant company ate by the Belcher Oil'j

i i tmiWing. Coleman sad Fry of A Jacksonville contractor J. AMagraaam Company. and one by the U. 9 De- i HOMOGENIZED j

E. Clewlston. had been delayed for has been erecttag the ftmnt of Interior's FIsh and '

, about thirty days awaiting st rue- steel In the plant building bese.i WIMilfe League Depart meat. I VITAMIN 'D"l\IILK

.t A Fort Myers deieeattoa, headed

d. ... 1 by. Paul. _on Franklin_ ___.._ and D_ \V Ire-

i Mad naked for additional time to '

prepare aercasary briefs bat Indicated -, And Other Al.n Products

Iii Habit that they would oppose the
Get the of Shopping at
i 6 towering of the levels since their AVAILABLE AT YOUR

eommanlty is primarily eoBcernd

with aavicatioB. GROCERY AND

; The hearing was closed with a
Tbe ID
orhalcaJ dMeu.an of the! effectsof DRUG STORE

lowering the water tables by

f"i: FortMvrrs. Horace A Hector Clewlston eensait-

II tag .. ...r. Getting rid of the

_,-; Dept. water. he .aw. is the easiest pro- LFAGREAMERV j

a I bless faced by th farmers of the

t Store" Fla. i. Everglades and once gotton rid of

!' is gate forever. Despite the resent A CO. j

heavy rains he saM he would not

concede that It was a Hooded coai -
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and I
Terms Purchases $10 or More i I dttion and that aver-drainage had ,

Easy on done Bach mere damage to Wet Palm Beach Fla.fAGF

.. BUT FROM OCK CATALOG fiver IWMX Item* i Everglades thin nd r-dralnae. Ih.t I IY

salting in a great self lass ta

P past few year. I .





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