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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 15, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
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System ID: UF00028301:00204

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R Most Of Teachers Are : Catches Big SnookAt Interest Is Mounting

: Moore Haven Lock II

Hired For New Term In
\\ ht'll bigger and htatier su'col. Contest For QueenMinutes
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| in' audit at Moore Haven lock.

\1 :"( hrofderof Moore Ha\t-n will
; Teachers Workshop Got 'i. bahlIn- the who -- -
Food { > one catches
Handlers
To Of Regular Betty Jean Barnhill
i thtni Schroeder graduated out of Is
i. Underway Firsf Of I .
Be X-rayed Here UK ordlnarJ clans of fishermen
Meeting Of County Still First; Betty
l This Week during the past week.n ordinary
p! On August 26 & 27 I fisherman is one who may be excn School BoardThe Jones Secondt

._ :. The --- sed for stretrhinc: the truth a little
i teachers'"Yo'orJ..> for oodhindlor when it comes to describing 'aft'bt'tl.
3 preliminary planning ui otbool sdi-, have ai a:r" ad> requird Schroeder doesn't hare, to stretch Glades (County Board of I....- the end of the second 'fltk
to Health
c steles courses of stud, activities! Cards which are the weights on the snook he caughtat IK Instruction met in regular session of voting in the contest to itde

ad other matters got underway issued bthf County Health Department the Lock Tuesday afternoon It ; on the attire date. with all Miss Glades County interest in definitely

this week with several of the teaeJbar -( six months.and must be renewed eatb tipped the scales at an even eleven members present. on the increase.. there
present tome still in summer'; In the past however pounds j The minutes of the last meeting, m every indication that It win be

;. school and expected shortly and: the .physical a chest S-ra> was not part of When one townsman remarked were read and nnoa motion by Mr: i! very spirited next week as the _n-

three vacancies a* yet unfilled I examination This was that bigger snook weighing around Walters seconded by )Jr. 9nell and'I test draws to a close ea Saturday
true
Th following | because X-ray service was not carried approved night of next week
teachers are named available twelve pounds had been canght at M read.Ipon .
this week. by Mrs L. E. Farnam,II Now. however to the general public the lock recently Schroeder Immediately -I motion by )lr. Snell seconded The definite hour for co-mftleUon

..rat, superintendent. vacancies l State Board since the Florida!' baited up with his favorite I by Mr. Waken and carried of voting has net yet been Clue
i srOl existing of Health Is making I the order for the coM but n is certain tbat
i for a science teacher yellow feather and went back to water some time
and physical education director it possible! for every person 13 year the lock. Wednesday afternoon be' tains authorised at fort meeting f08n-1 will be allowed for voting before
f 7 h-ee economies of age and older to get a cheat X- changed from that n the final count is made
of at
,. and fourth grade landed one that weighed In at fourteen ten galloncapaeity 'I the dance
G. F. Lyman of Brunswick Oa.. ray at least once every year-without pounds i I to twenty gallon at a total which will be held in the eacbool
j, will be the cost-all food handlers in the I' cost of $697. gymnasium..
05 The
new band director and county wiN When yon can catch 'em that site for the two Sagarland Ser-
fa expected to arrive shortly this be required to have it isn't necessary to stretch the fountains Installed naders of Clewiston led by Doe I

i Tom P. Move. language teacher annual chest examinationThe 'truth when telling: about It afterPARKINSON'S -I Mr. Seen moved! )(r. Walters'! Foes will furnish the music. The '

r_ Je high school Spa leb. Latin sad result of this X-ray will be ward seconded and it was duly put and[ purchase of 100 votes entitles one

I owe Englfoh. arrived last week sent to the person by the health -- I carried that the Supervisor lalar'l person to attend the dance.

*-d. He is from Cuthbert Ga department and the X-ray will be shall be that of tbe regular ( A new entry in the contest this

!;, W. O. Whittle of Qutncy is eiJtd card accredited to him on his health room teacher, plea !. per cent far i week is Elsie Story of Lakeport who :

to arrive tatnrday and will STORE the additional two months It'fvke.1 will represent the Moore Haven
i The X-ray unit of the StateBoard
be- vocational agriculture : as recommended by the State Department Appliance Company
serving only the Moore HaY teac"f'r'l. achoPwtowsly of Health will be In this of Education -1'ft A report made this morning by
county Aag 2, and August 27 and SCENE OF ROBBERYON
i 01.
this course has been all Motion by )fr. Walters secondedby Mrs W. F. Mailer, chairman of
j divided between the C..iat08it foodhandlers are expected togt't Mr Snell and carried that the I the finance committee of the Swim
their X-rays at this time This
school and the local school MONDAY NIGHT! positions of Band Instructor and ming Pool Association sponsors
service is for however" i
everyone -
Mr and Mrs Wm B Damron I Vocational Agriculture teacher be of the contest and dance shows that
I arrived the latter part of last week everyone 15 years of age and older I: not considered in the regular In-! another $190.25 has been added In
--not just foodhandlers I :
And Mr Damron will be the new I No= trait had been "hI l rained I this : strutttonal salary schedule but i, votes since last week's report to
::1 Mathematics teacher in high school morning of the ttiief 01 thieves who Continued make a total of $$182!.

11 He has his Master Degree from i Second Year Has entered Parkin-in's store sometime: ---on-_-Page-_ 8) I, Mack Greene. already one of the

;! Feabodv. -. _- 1! during Monda night or early Tuesday -! ", heaviest donors to the swimming( f
'I
Contestant
High school teacher yet to arrive Passed Since End morning and made a Itf't-a..a'i Receives I;, pool fund announces this week tbat I II

,'f are In. Ibbie K. Bradford of Of World War 2 with a substantial quantity Lots Of Fan Letters !:| he will give a new $10 dress to i f

: 0 Toney. Ala. now in summer school chandise and money from the store' | Miss Glades County and to all other Ji
I working on her Master's Degree safe i,i contestants who will amass total ?!

I who will tech commercial subject Two years ago yesterday hostilities Sheriff J. J. Wiggins is said to The life of a beauty contestant !'I I of 3v.904 votes or more

and Miss Myrtle Bouldin .h<, will ceased in WorN War II; thirteen have several lead which may result j has its moments as Betty Jean'i Betty Jean Barnhill. entry of i#

graduate form Peabody with herMaster's days later the Allied fleets' hi the arrest of the guilty BarBhlll 15-yt>ar- ld entry in the Mandes Cafe and leader at the

Degree August %Z. She is sailed into Tokyo Bay; and on September party or parties within a &hert Miss Glades County contest |s learuin close of last week )Q silt leading

!,. .librarian and Eattsh, teacher 2. 1945. the Japanese officials time ad will be aided in M.*tlfkayn *. One of the moments te when with a total of nit. voaea;}ming
Miss Adrsy CWdtfl'.triQ school signed the njsri4 raer term* by the work of fingeriumt experts i. the "Maude's Restaurant! entrant op fast to take second place 'la Elisabeth t.-

history tether lit arrived and received before oen.rnt of the Army Doa. who were called In on the toes .. get the mailand findseach Jones of Pamd4tof poDs r-

f her Master's Degree this" summer glee Mac.Arthur. !feet Admiral case Report of arrests made during -' incoming delivery heavy with ied by the spray crew with 2400
the Chester :Mraiti and other Allied fan letters t mash' notes from votes; Peggy StaHs Arcade Sundry
at University of T..*..**.. the week are entirely erroneous j
Miss Carol Norton a grads teacher military and Naval leaders on the Entry was gained to the store j bashful swains who fail to sign their I entrant Is running close third .with

last year MOTes up tote hMh deck of the n*s MISSOURI through a ekylight and the littered names and such like. 206S. Jessie Roth Brasses. sponsored -

school this year bat her courses I 177 combatant nlted Mates appearance of the store whf'lll! ->o far says Betty Jean she hasn't'!' by Foster's Cleaners. fcs fourth

hatf not been listed Se took a Navy ships and a supporting force opened Tuesday morning indicated; received any proposals of marriage with 1079; fifth Carolyn Bryant
spec Iai coarse in indio-vmual edu- of 72 auilliarlec 27 .. vessels. that whoever did the Job had doneso but the .onteM still hal a week to Gsntt's Bar entry with 1.S2; sixth

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time out for a snack (relay the meat -


ftf 11tlitJ" IV/.v; To Join refrigerator Moot of the material taken appeared -: :;.21 Ill(4l, s Of Rain III

to be clothing which was III

II I l't FishvrnwnVolunteer Fiilii ti evidently suitcase Another taken away suitcase hi a packed stolen: ll'l',! TII/fl & 11rfI/"f; !. I/I'1

full of jewelry watches etc.. was,I '_ --
I I left behind either hacanw of
; Two of the heaviest rains of the
Moore Haven Gl'sVill fright or because the load was tooheavy : Rebekah Lodge Had I' '
t Firemen summer g many heavy rains on
to I
carry I Visit From District I Tuesday and Wednesday ef this
J Ask Other Florida Met Monday Night The amount of ash taken from I week brought a total of 5.21 inches

e Posts' Aid the store safe has not been disclosed -i Depty Tuesday Nite i In forty-eight boars and pt many

I I For Organization i bet owner C. >'. PatkiMon said I I sections of the town hsick underwater
I I II the tons was "far too bfch" The, that had become fairly well
I Glades Post 425 Veterans or safe had not been broken open andj;f The Fidelia Rebekah Lode. at dried out. This
was disappearingvery
Ii IiI Mrtuall every member of thevolunteer
I Foreign Wars discussed plan Thursday I H. as store manager H. 1. RoWan the regular meeting Tuesday night rapidly after a full day yesterday
t evening to give the fire dapartmrat wac present says. it had been closed the night i was visited by the District Deputy without rain

i Hal fishermen association at an organisation meeting before as usual and Vscked the i President Mrs Donna Craig of The heaviest of the two rains
eo.-I I occurred
eC confides and reaneat heM Monday night at the city bait job was the work: of a pref..l : Fort Myers and a large number of Tuesday and 1.IS Inches was
other VFV\ posts '& I safe ; other visitors
openerIn
with Fire Chief l.. E. Farina presiding reeerdtd Wednesday's rainfall wa
Mate in returning the net fi i making a getaway a pair of: M this meeting Mrs John Brownimmediate :.H inches.

tt t BMW+ their work on Lake 4f'-1 riding boots. evedeatly worn for a pest district deputy from
I 31n rkobee at an early date time, had been discard and a ten the local budge and now residing!
i, s the pity commission the only difficulties have held up the Installation .
I
At the regular meeting Thursday of-I dollar bill from the beat was found in tero Heath, was presented with
!: ficers elected were Boll King I of the new city pump on First
. by )lr. Parkinson in th alley next her pin j
twins It .was decided to start |
I rotary and Bob hern, treasurerIt street bat Max Me, in charge ot
': immediately on the improvement, morning Not n penf was over| Mrs. T J. Duple, Mrs \. O.
was voted to call the organisa the work, says that it should be la
furnishing and redecorating of the looked when the sole was rifled HowdesheU and Mrs Joe Van De
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tion the Moore Haven XehtnteerFire and the street againopen to traffic *
clubhouse at Moore Htven. and to a change purse cMrtarnfcng seas silver -. \elde served refreshments of chicken -
\ Department and James Woodward : by the end of the week. Trafficto
landscape the ',xwndtng tend having hem found lined wrong Mlad crackers and iced tea at S
assistant .chief was elected the A. C. I,. Station ice plant
with Wendell 'a. commandervolunteering side out on the floor along with all the close of the meeting
... to head a ways and means committee and locks is now forced to detour
of the which the safe contained -I
tt' This :
is the
only standing committee through the colored quarters. _
lag. plowtag. c, .vating and pU.t- and he will select the other I Mrs Florence King, Mrs Donna Following Is a summary of the ,
... new lawn ont the edte.OtheraNSbers two members This committee will -- I Craig Mn Helen Casey Mrs Frances weather conditions for the twelvemonths :

prci. laid plans for plan methods of raising funds for I Arthur Barron To : Barnes, Mrs Allege :Solomon! ending July 31 which shows :

n heavy week work before the needed equipment and name such Mrs Marie Cetec Mrs Mary Woodruff the second highest precipitation in d

en meeting daring which neUghts other coa.tUt- may be ner Build Apartments Mrs. Laura SulHvan Mrs this period of any similar twelvemonths I:

would he installed and the _r1FIno- In Home Here i Margaret fray. Fort Myers George, on record save *nt. This It
interior of the eM.ertfid barrack
I and Elsie Cole. Fort Pierce
Chief Famam made a talk report Is reprinted from the Clewiston -
building would be patetod and docarated. -r Mrs. Elizabeth Detels. Bayonne. N. Ntws. i:
on the necessity of obtaining helmet -
- and at least four raincoats Arthur Barron this weep announA J.. Mrs Chas Atwill and Mrs J.I Weather records compiled by G. Li
.
Support of the local commercial ,_ ... nlan far caavtrtinr the: M Fountain. Clewisten Local -
I -- mm- N. PiUen meteorologist for the
for use by the group and it was -
fishermen was indicated when a I generally agreed that the group family home--"e i.ft;; apartments -!i hers were: Mrs.P.. E i.... 1. Mrs United States Sugar Corporation

motion by Broward Daniel was would raise their own money for two downstairs f and two M. A. Summers :Mn W. L. W eth- show that In only one prcvioal ,:
.arris* that all \FVS poets of FUrM -I these purchases uaatairs with a completf .p tnodel- erington Mrs J. )(. Bishop Mrs. twelve month period beginning Ant i

. s be asked to cooperate in an I ling of the buUdlBg The,work will C. H. Settle, Mn; Paul Wilson. gust 1 and ending July SI hi the
: effort amendment Ed Lundy and Bob King made be under the supervision of t
to repeal the done
i Mrs A. O. Hewdeshell. Mrs. J. c'l rainfall exceeded that for the period it
short talks in regard methods '
to
r which has halted net fishing on W. L. Bettamy / Swlndall Mrs R E. Jordan ) ending July 31. HIT During the
1 i Lake Okeechobee and M Johns I hndling of hose lines IB the neighborhood This building originally built for W. T. Ball Mrs Joe Van De Velde past twelve months the fall was

''t i River. Daniels denied any personal of high voltage hnes a business downstairs slid living Mrs T. J. Dapreon TO.Ss Inches and the previous high
of fighting electrical fires sad the '
interest In and Is
the movement quarters np-ctairs effMeotly .
laches.Every
70.M
; mad clear that oaS a few of the" Other. details of Ure-fi<
I.4 I* add members. of tie local post also discussed and one efticieseyapartment. : the way o". Here M purchaseda hoyed a total rainfall daring Use

are net Osherme >ut said the Attending were: )fro Farnam Mr< New foundations will be pnt in and partially battt metal covered building -i past twelve-month above 70 Inches

local pst witt spearhead the attack King. Mr Ahem, Rer John M*.re. new floors and the entire building and is adding a front of concrete with SLID inches at Bryant U.U

r set the aa *dm ftt staply "because, Vernon Coehrane, ),fr. Woodward wilt be redecorated TheKect.Is exported block There win be a small at Pelican Lake and II.31 at the
*s AWt lAb to see the HttU gay John R. Dow a. V E. Bryant Sinn t* be about $4d| store-room dewastalrs in addition State Experimental Station at Belle

,rat a..w _f StaHs, Stilton Adktes, Ralph EWood I Mr. Bartons bMinesp building to a ream for his battery shop and Glade. According to available-re

.d4bMl6,. Baaea. mtmber.r the C. S. Prewtef. Me. lA *47. on the hhrhwsy at Seeded Street. win have two apartments npstalrs. cords since 1912 80 other amoaat=

((IratisM eat Pate S) R. B. a4 air s.Ie. imrthii 5 a reeMt hate, is aloe Cst of thfs baa been set at ustO.Jr (Contused on Fag C} .

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TownREpOPTp intermittent diseases. Ten

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}"L BUREAU ;: IN WASHIN"ON i due.
Vlf.lPI1J1Up l I Woman's chief asset -

man's Imagination.Mushrooms .
WirORS NOTE This \tiuppnthrough

specie frrfngtmtnt uttb tbiVmon The New Rule fteluN4'"yVtitera rwipaocr Union. Dijjinj Deep I always grow la
1Iihi"IU Bur,." oj ', rNrwsp.per damp places. No wonder they
tt 1616 E,.Strtet,N IT. Wuhngton i On Presidents Unnecessary Spending 80th congress may look like umbrellas.

D. C M Mo to bring readers ibis I one edge of a town In THE set a record for investigations
it.,41,(olumn on problems of for ttttrf I From now on the United States Is ALONG county runs a of various kinds They say it takes nine tailors .
mnd itnvtmfn fnJ bit family. Qutstionl to make a man, but rat
*..., bt fJJrttstdto ,b.fbott Burtf f..dtbty i in a position to have a president of creek that must be crossed by those for during this past session little woman can break him.
whom millions of Americans never the town from
entering or leaving
still bt finutrtd i* tubstfutnt column. more than 120 resolutions were
\o rt film c." bt tiuJt east by ; heard. The rule of succession to the that side. Each of three substantial in both house caning A reformer is a man who
newt. but only ill tbt olumn ubub mil presidency has been changed so bridges carries a three-lane highway brought up the .ystemI wants to make the world bet

fpp.*r t+ Ibis ntulpfptr rtguLtrlyHotpitahzed 1 that should a president and vice over that creek, all within a :I I tor probes ranging cafeterias from In government ] ter than the people who live
operating
president both pass out of the picture mile. There are two other crossings of in it.Threw.
Vets AidedIn ;; the successor would be a utility within the same mile where concrete I'I buildings to the security

pitcher from the house of representatives three-lane highways have :,I I atom bomb secrets.
Investigating
an extremely laudable move to been built across the bed of the Already congressional

make living more pleasant for 100- _-_ creek, with easy up and downgrades : committees have spent thousands For- Old Shoes, Rice at1etltlingsln

000 hospitalized American war vet. The old adage now can run: Ninety-e ght per cent of the i, of dollars In these probes. Ancient
investigating Timci
trans, a newly organized group 'I "Every American boy has a chance time that creek is dry. It floods Instance, the special committee has

Hospitalized Veterans foundation. I to grow up and become speaker of only following an exceptionallyheavy national defense
the house." And hear Ii spent $74.495 i the senate subcommittee Our habit of throwing old shoesat
has announced plans to provide radios we may: yet rain, and then only for a few
and "live talent" entertainment : the phrase "From log cabin to thirdin hours : on privileges and electionshas weddings originated in the

for the men whose world is confinedto line for the White House" spent $53.000, and the senate mysterious East. Nowadays at the
That condition has existed at
special committee to study problems no bridegroom wouk*
the
small
area around their beds -- ceremony
i this town in Washington county ,
of small business has spent
Described dream of betting his beloved
: as nonprofit, nonsectarian Should anything happen to Harry over a number of years, and I has been over
$29.416 Probably $50,000 the bead with his shoe. But
and nonpolitical the after
organization wouldbe
Truman the next president has proven adequate and satis subcommittees.
other lesser
spent by
: is headed by Jack Benny, radio Joe Martin. Joe comes from factory. No one has been Inconvenienced the Asiatic duo were pronouncedone

and screen comedian. North AtUeboro, Mass. has a winDing and there has the groom straightway swat-
of these expected
Explaining the of Hos- Many probes are ted his spouse with his slipper
purpose and
homespun personality is a been no special demand for a thecongressional
to continue during
pitauzed Veterans foundation Benny pretty able citizen, but under the change. symbol of authority, to publicly
saw: recess announce her obedience to him
rule the White
in
| new a successor the officials decided
")lore than 104,000 American House might under different circumstances Recently county For instance, a senate committeeto The ancient Anglo-Saxon convention
boys jle in government hospitals I be Joe Doakes. the gas- to bridge those two highway I make a survey of the hoof and required the bride's father .

throughout the country. Loneliness man who made good among the (crossings at a cost to the taxpayerof mouth disease is authorized to spend to fling his daughter's slipper after

is their greatest enemy. politicians ( many thousands of dollars. ,: $50,000; a banking and currency the bridal carriage to signify

\eterans' welfare advisors tell ___ At about the same time the committee has $90000 for a recess that the authority under which his

QJ that good entertainment must I i county officials decided they should investigation of reconstruction child had lived had been transferred -
Still why too much Everything -
worry |have more to spend They
money
be continued finance corporation the senate civil
to maintain morale ; to a new master.
chat
Is fixed so no matter (dud flbt raise the tax rate, but they
service committee has $35,000 for a
The old Roman practice of mak.
I what in Washington in this
happens
did revalue for tax aQ
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The group is attempting to do that I screwball no can j purposes probe of postmaster appointments; lug bridal offerings of corn, symbol -
ace
emergency the county real estate, increasing
by I the foreign relations committees of
individual
furnishing radios to of plenty, is recreated In our
find us with Rocky Graziano or
|the values from 29 to 76 cent.
per both house and senate have been
every hospitalized veteran and by pelting the newlyweds with nee
I Olsen aDd Johnson in the White
The old tax rate, applied to the new
planning other types of entertainment authorized to investigate the state
H
-use ,
It expects to work in conJunction valuations produced a very considerable department foreign Information and
increase in the tax
with the army, navy and money
Veterans' administration. However the Democrats are :ollected..

t pretty jumpy. And if we were ADDING TO THE LOAD I

Question and Answers I Harry Truman we would put on That tax increase comes at a .. -

Q I have thus far been usable to I extra guards keep a careful lookout |lime when the people of that county

obtain a G.I. loan from any of the front and rear and never eat | and of all the nation, are carrying

banks in our town I would like togo i, anything some Republican hadn'tsampled the heaviest tax burden in all of 1 DI'eItown.set

Into the retail grocery business first.VANISHING. our history More than one third of ;/ 4

but the bankers Insist that I - :our national income is paid out for

since I hare never been in any .i.'IERIC.t.\"IS.\fS I taxes. About 35 cents out of every MtLazybones

kind of a business my lack of experience "H,'. uttt o3: hi Iftktr left bin dollar we earn goes to the tax collector -

ban me from a G I. loan. I $'-000. I and the officials of Wa-'!tag-
I expect very few of the boys com --- I ton county have added to that bur 316

ing out of the army have had I "1'on. t.o. c... *t tri ails .., ..."
business experience, and If experience _._ These same officials are of $100.000;; the house interstate and

Is a requisite under the law I, "Tbt beerS teems utrtnt mutb but building two bridges at this inopportune '>reign commerce committee has

bow do they expect any of us to get tbt toed Vfl wonJrrful." time; bridges for 25,000 to study transportation; the t
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a loan to go Into business on our _ which there can be no immediate house public lands committee has

own* Is there any way you can .E.... _/ our profit art not quttt ., need or demand. They are $25,000 for a general investigationof

help me get this loan-A. L Me'., hgb tit bass to" knp '.", ubtrt ut tsn building at a time when ton.struetioD public land usage and a joint

Peoria, I1L bold our tTtdl. _- costs are at an all committee was voted $100,000 to in-

A. While experience is not exactlya -- time bleb, and the taxpayer Is quire into high prices.A .
requisite for obtaining a business "Any tomplanlt of incitihly will btrtftittJ the victim.

loan under the G.!. bill. the veteran I gldly by tbt- ",.","'H"' ," Those bridges are utilizing material gating senate military sub-committee occupation investi-
currency
must be able to show a reasonable I - some of which could go into policies was voted $60,090 the veterans
;
expectation of success In his venture "Hertt" s dollft: f. buy tbrtt Jotn |the building of homes, at this time affairs committee has $23.000
and bankers and other '**.. when there is
lenders a scarcity of materials to probe Veterans' administration;

probably regard experience as an They are using labor that a special committee on newsprintwas
important element in the success of i CRUELTY HOLLYWOOD STYLE ,could be used for home budding for voted $ .OOO, and the un- Nothing seems to silt

the average business In a town I ("Hedy Lamarr, divorced from 'which an adequate supply is unpro- I I American activities committee was I him to Ufa. What can hU matter exp -

the size of Peoria, no doubt there I John Loder on grounds of extreme Durable. voted $100,000 in extra funds. ct If the dog lint fed right Or -
I
Is keen competition in the retail grocery cruelty says he threw himself on Those two Washington county . Pup Ribbon would gin him vary

business and it is possible that couch after dinner and went tosleep.News bridges are but Illustrative of viUmin and mineral dogs are known
'Some S,.., Arthur Cffiprr of Kfttfi ii she to need.n'e a mcMy-am,tool Rick
other Item.
line of business )
or what Is happening in a majority oUttt member of the itnftt H. ,,,,fill, box supplies u much food by dry
business service would be preferable _'_ of the counties and municipalities ,, .".,, hi 82ndbtrtbJtj weight as Ave l-Ib. MM of dog food!

in the eyes of the lenders.Q. Oh Hedy, how you suffered! of the nation. It may not be enmvtrury Oro-Pup abo come tn Mat and to

I am a veteran of the Pacific Life must have seemed a trap bridges, but It may be new Ttt itnftof, flight, '.Zttl. For variety feed aQ torn

area and he my honorable discharge When shackled to a husband county or town buildings, high itooptd ffurt of .

from the navy. A friend of Who liked to take a nap! ways or any one or more of DM, IiI in the unfit Dogs tGROJUP

mine, who Is not a veteran, and I The brute, the loathsome many things for which: there is tbeweberb.edcop bit ill edS. 1 ( ,
0 tff tn tSortto
would like to go into business Is creature no pressing, immediate need; mm "'hi."oi", +

this possible under the G I. law His cruelty went deep . something that could be done on. Fntndt uy btmuitl 4 g it ntetseoe ,
and how do I go about getting a loan Quite often after eatinrlIe'd without. nothing btif ='pt -

f.r business purposes*-.%. J., Ada, take a little sleep! i iI The craze of the times is to tax, fit to h,.,.. Dtiptttbtt n

Okla I and tax, and tax and to spend, and fft tbt Ksnun ut

A. Yes it is possible for a veteran Oar heart bleeds for you Hedy, : spend, and spend for things that dipper dresser fnJitUom .

to obtain a guaranteed loan in We know just how one feels i I could well wait for a more oppor- fells to ..SS.sthe .asM-r-
periodic nfl
Connection with a non-veteran providing Whose husband isn't lively tune time; until such time at coo press dab Jfnett ftn> ubtrt It it
the interest of the veteran is Directly after meals; struction costs s long
down
come and ,
until time "" .6. Ht i. a lifetime ttttottltrf4
properly protected but the guaranteeis How frightful, ah. how frightful such time as jobs are needed by cslebv tad hi hrtbdfy uitb j/eves I Chafinq
limited to the veteran's portion When sunset rays appear, workers until such time as construction posy ill hi ofct grtpttmtt ffe Dry [aeasi

et the business You must first find The man you gave your heart to of these unnecessary proj , {Sunburn'DIJcotnloj

a bank or other private fender willing Says "Pardon rue, my dear!" ects will not interfere with the Canceled Cuts lrtr Shnple poises

to lend the money VA guarantees - building of greatly needed homes.
Rash
50 per cent of the loan up President Truman has been The payoff for the taxpayers is to \\' HILE controversy goes on over
to a maximum of $4 000 if the loan the actual: cut from
adopted by an Indian tribe. We elect, aDd elect, and elect a new set the Presi RESINDIINTMIchange
includes purchase of business real dent's J7% billion dollar
of
officials budget
county who
hear he will be given the name of have not estimate
property, and to $2.000 for : one thing is ,
up non Great Chief No Sign Papers been bitten by the taxing aadpending certain . the
real estate business loans such as buSRussia's i Republican leadership failed to
working capitalQ - ;, reach anywhere near either the sen

Q :\ husband was a veteran of Veto Power ate figure of 4* billion dollars or ;; r.-
Henry Ford is at work on a the house
World War I and served oerseas.He economy goal of six billion -
that will eliminate the
car gearshift
dollars.
I A MISTAKE
was made in
the
died two years ago I am 61 .
years old. Am I entitled to a _id.ow's Lizzie it now is admitted, San Francisco conference when the Splitting the claims of the Republican a
have been right in the first
may United Nations
pens 9n1 How old does one was organized Russia leadership and the contrary -
have to be to receive a pension and : place. should not ha\ j been appeased claims of the Democratic

to whom must I write! I would .. by giving her a veto power She leadership It would appear that

lIke to have some information on Joe Enjoys Himself should have been permitted to walkout actual eats will run not more
the Veterans of Foreign Wars Is then and not later be in a position than three billion dollar
Josef Stalin made an official public to block the needed
there an insurance policy connected : actions of And congress has
; appearance at a sports festival authorized
new
with the and where does : the world organization. United Na and added
group one expenses which
''in Moscow and seemed in fluespirits will
more
Joint-Mrs.: C. A., Havana, III. What cheered bun up no tions, to be than effective, must be something than offset the three billion dollar

A. You are entitled to a widow's 1 mere a debating society cut For instance,
end we hear, was the event known Its constitution cashing of ter-
pension and should file your application as hurling the MO pound monkey cumbersome method provides of a rather minal leave pay bonds will eat up to CALOXfor
immediately with the nearest wrench correcting approximately two biDton dollars In
that mistake. The
office of Veterans' administration, time to make : addition there is 750 million
- dollars the /
such a change is NOW. Russia ougI.d -
will for
foreign relief
;: Had you filed your application within I And he liked, too, the numbers on probably quit if it is made, but it is ish-American ; increase of Span
and
a after your husband's death 1 Civil war on your trail
year the program marked "Casting the better that she quit now than to vetersru' -
: pensions of 28
j jour pension payments would have veto," "1.000 yard frown" and wait until Communism dominatesall million dollars: E.Dtd-t C.Ior sa.k
from the date of Ithe new national science eon I
retroactive
been "Spiking peace from a standing of Europe and Asia. As long as I at 20 million dollars foundation 1 Hel,. ilia.
his death. However, since you did ; Increase ia *wov .briac..e
start.
applieslion any one nation can prevent all veterans' subsistence of aUUt aatval last,. of IOU
not file within a year your action. United Nations win I 10 million .

if approved. will be payable The government has dropped an an effective method of not provide i dollars and many other Items. *A .,.W lacradfeM fa Calea
preservIng
upon date of application. With ref ; controls of egg prices. This means world peace and world civiliza- i So while the first aim of c0n.i .- e rI.aJ........."

erence to Veterans of Foreign Wars, i the abolition of the Bureaus for tion. Today United Nations i grew has been to slob approprta. ..kkJa,. u,I COa c.fea oa,...
organization does not have a I the Federal repre-I i I lions and reduce governmental /: oak e them eco sad
this Hen
Cackle Control seats, not the win of the nations of I costa is rov Ide......
and only It ts likely that savanna
Insurance policy and the Government n i f
fraternal I Administration the world, only that of Russia It
veterans of foreign wars are eligible Agency for Establishing I can do only what Russia wants or I ments will run the btfftSSS I i ***. it /_ N.ttawo liwr.4an

.; to Jom. I Proper Heights for Chicken Roosts. I do nothing. |!1" lion proximately dollar budget the. President's estimate.n? biJ. I|I iff r... V ya..nobr Mla.

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taxi to his hotel j? Par s. As..t '

paid the driver. the latter -
"Merci Monsieur Do\le" BfHINTliErN t .,,,
"How do you know rr\ nan.e"*"' UO'OL J

M**. the author. MiIdltor's

"1 saw :fa the papers that you .P/CE LCSSONa Notes Jack Lalt.1bw4'n7Hbmu&J1t.llp' .
were arriving tram the south cf ;

Prance today," explained the R('"TIy: GRAZ 1.- .e Dead \ \ aoadaetor af WI eotoma wtOaIIT. :
.
rime "Your general appearance F' k froB (5.7 Wt&etaQ to aa vasaUoa.) by Van fALt.ONY

febovs you are an Englishman r- 'dd' '. e t r ,. t f.W".ld. .e
It is evident that your hair was Plain Facts About Honesty Tin Riiort Sa prmi

cut by a barber. m the south of fiy, s n, t =: ....Jd call i...SSON TE;:"T rc a A,'GUST M- This little Island called Manhattan R :eased by Wtiten Newspaper t".wa. !

France" w 10\ ..re or a kea; *.--aractf'!'. Prc..e.tx 3, III 1; 12 I"a. 14 s: IS 11MrMOHY ia the summer resort uprama. How Much Aid to Europe? ;

"Amazing," commented the _.... r.."tt: <: A a- mteilice . Never a mosquito, rarely; a fly
SELECTKProve all ih'msM %.-iSif GTON Certain
poarefui *- ;
creator of Sherlock Holmes. "You U scan. . VmUma live
high.
. : c.rd charm. test that which is food At U:o: ITem forces to be
fed no other evidence to go on'" v . Bu r.." sun the .a appearance of cv -I liieasa'o.faro where it's oool and rather quiet, seem at work to revive '
old bitterness
the
"Notiung," rephed the driver. rrad + euetghtr. \:1 22. except for the soothing and variod ;icts and isolatiorusta.between 20ternat.o'a -

"except the fact that jora-.c r - of the whistles of the boata and an occasional
You have it
seen into tile
is on your luggage" t. . 'vi division fire or pollee siren. . Youdon't creeping
.e < rarros'S .
JTOTXtutl lAaGt e' .arScrnsnc.
a ta. new&. If it is successful, it no ....twill
:. Io.'E'' The only f tafecta aM eopprsated'v have to be sociable with het-
.stsaatf.sai c..or W It-- Ld.eats. .. dc vn,} unity en American tafMgn -
a i :-:ve c:\':eion we ... sad b erogeneous strangers or even yourpartywall .
Nrau+ pohcv and thus hardiy
Guide to lobs : Where .2f.ct neighbors, whom you serve
the best :ntertsts of the mud
tl'k H.n.f'slOn:. is seldom know on s;gbt. 1
And How to Get Them By WD.U4M CTLBGKTtO D. D. State* at hore: or abroad.
prize fighting: W Toe Me4> BAIt in MM*. Caacagw The aaavesae.t, ef ewjr t, is ,
which is the lowest If you want to sail there are two i
-';;&"'. P. Bible's of the msgaificect rivers w:.oily uu-ealfet. ActaaCy the _=
.s. form of making a THE presentation the broad and
: ... .
living And the subject of uprightness of Irving sporting sound and the most breath- thiaiag teepte en .w. {
Uraxiano are w elsae t..eU.H n whoa
toughest. But n is or plain downright honesty in stopping harbor on earth. . If you :
lacy waaf ta do. taste Kttte
still his profession And it is a profession everyday contacts is recognized by want mountains you go by magic H
ground left between then
that demands certain important all who have given any attention to elevators to the observatories m the tafi
>at ever, qualities before you reach what it has to say. Chrysler building Radio City or the

the top The high ethical standard demanded Empire State where you get a I i II&Jty.warrant teams foreign paVayI

As vie understand the case, Bra- by the Went of God te another magnificent view as soon as the!
,Ask These Questions zano was barred in New York by evidence of its divine origin suicides c:eur the railings For trstanoe.' a rcth'er f-'fl ecoaarr -

When Choosing A Job the district attorney's office with Were men to evolve a moral stand "'c p on for International noLcyI
I was Lid forth bv Gen. R E.
Eddie Eag&n of the boxing commission ard of their own it is quite evident There are legitimate theatres tl- I Weed
-- forced into a position be that that standard would not fee : fenng the great hits for shows that i i of Seers Roebuck to the corgna.sicnal -
-
was never too keen abOut. Graztano very much higher than their own survive into this period are aB brat y !. economic committee h was
EETEYmeencs.eyro ts ai | and . not reported fully enough ta be us-
hardy Within drives
< main offense was a matter of attainments: m fact, the probability i easy
amusing chi: la's game but it's polit:cs. Too many were looking forheadlines is that the standard would be lover are locality playhouse with several : centtood The board chadrmaB t>f
hardly the way tc chose uf e I one of the nation's
your
others and "straw hat largest Kr-
than trYout and
the
This is a normal sItua- attainment of some. However -
work.
the Bible allows for no deiia : revival productions . You have I i chandismg units is rated aa aa Isolationist
Deciding that fie.i 'c crier. &at Job tion.As a wide choice of concerts indoor but his experience att<
k> (o after deserves careful coixideraban. we have said before, GraaUno lion from the standard. J
Hake a list o{ all the ttinis you is net a likeable or a lovable character We who by nature the ehti- ; and outdoor opera a dozen swankyor potation is as a mum....,. Bei
ate t. do, dislikr Whati are i knows how
thoaejou to make sell
swift cabarets and hundred or everyconsumer
a
Bat
he
has that he
proved
* dreG of
wrath
u wcakneuT What do you do best bare nsd.nhtedlyfailed ,
Ttat'i era to narrow" the field down to t can fight He doesn't wear a tie and when tares minor ones. . There are three item except food and nor
we measure ear
kw Cllllillea. . I his manners leave ninth tq be desired j i. hIelea.baseball teams within a tomobfles profitably or ae would not
against God's pattern Haw .'f1I-
But he nail and taxi hop from Times Square. always : be where he is. From that ......
can hart
Does es of field are analyzed 1" out you fal is God's work of provMinr point he
to.klrt No. 101 including ulano, you and that happens to be his and ffffcUnj salvation! That one and often two at home obviously set forth his
shares for success etc Send 2S cent trade. . There are half-dozen boxing plan, for there is nothing linlatssa.
hi .. who have been barn of God
oath for Gn d Jobs: Has .d are 1st in it.
Where Ie Get n..." to week Newsftper The main answer is that right teen confronted with living a We shows each week. al fresco or, like '
Service MJ west 17th St, Vflert now Graziano is the middleweight most of the burg air-conditioned FARM PROSPERITY IS KEY
that meets the divine standard.I. .
11. N. Y. Print name. address with
one. booklet title and No 201 champion of the world There is no The economic prophets, ..,.
one even close to Joe Louis in the A Plea for Honesty (Prov 3:3). If jou would attend churches Wood, are always wrong They ;;

--- heavyweights. There is no one even HOW good it is when the Christian we hive among the finest and thought there would be a denrmraa

close to Gas Lesnevich or Ray Rob- a reputation for integrity in most fime-us cathedrals of iH after V-, Dar predicting seven' ta
I
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT inson in their class. They are three all his dealings. How'e"e'J that out- faiths and crrrds. nine million unemployed. Bat we .

Robinson Crusoes on a desert ward manifestation is possible only have only voluntary unerap* 9C :
island. if there is inward reality There For visitors who crave the today (the v.ordokmtaQ""** is of

But, outside of Tony Zale, Grail- fore. 1I'e more m order of empha "sights," we recommend Grant's his coinage), They are probably

HELP \fA. nD-\lEX: WOMEN ano still has LaMetta: and Ccrdan to the greater truth at the conclusion Tomb, the Statue of Liberty (all wrong today The prophets overlooked :

AGE? T' WANTED left, and one or two others He happens of the vere Truth is to be freshly cleaned of gum and lipstick agriculture Wood sells to ':

T. MS Bw product of Bttt>nl T. known to be in the hUe land flowing written upon the tablet of the heart autographs), ht-up Broadway by agriculture through 630 stares.&nce t

a*.icniifaclurtr B. for (1 00 needed, TOOT by profit every too bautewlf en every with milk and honey. And I believe Here Is the plea for heart boni i Oig&t: Wan Street at coon, zoos the close of the war. he says. !
..!.. Spcrtal maorv ratsinc oUn far I cf and the fanners have had
be has earned his place to museums art nature and history the Mghest
tst It is not
Tharrhrc, kxl. etc Wrtt !>.pt. A: enough by plausible
Ma 1.... DM M..... I.... nor dttil ** make one of the big killings af his argument or by feigned conductto ; the most starting skyline on income in aH history and reserves t
tfci real aocer miktrj. pUn_ __ game. appear honest before men. It I earth the bedlam of Coney Island of over 22 billion to Cast and government -

MISCELLANEOUS He proved both his ability and hsgaroeeess is necessary rather to have mo- i and a 21-mile subway ride for a bonds There has been no ,
against Zale He had to Bkkel decline in productivity of agraiture -
'ELOPED-Onrell': ,.,..... tires so sincere, t. have a heart .
rOLL' Ow. Printe each rwalt\'e AU ', hurdle the handicap of their first so honest that all we do and sat

low''ale.TCD10-r.ra. ae aach.sawn., )1- fight, where he was accused of tak- will rrthft a character that l i. There are eating pieces from sub- A decline IB farm prices
__ I leg a quick powder He was bevg honorable! sub basements to the 85th floor might come if we stopped feeding .
..._
TB FAMILY**?'i most AaVS-Hand-painteda "w VHilar xdlM (in. PTMBS tic* beaten again when he came from It and from Automats where you slip Europe, bat the lacrosse hi
out of the fullness of thE
rvtce Request !oldr OrCARD. LEe.ra. behind to wm. He had to show double is m' a com and get back a hot hamburger our population of 49 mffiioas
414 N.. P."I. foresee, Ala. heart that man speaketh A the '
--- -- ------_ courage here. to the Stork and El Morocco from 1920 to 1950 pins the fart
;OU. DE\ELOrED-Ove Service s e o heart IS. V is the IT an. Let us ge;
where won't be that
: allowed people are
a aiXMon Prints I 5x7 KaUrtement.AH attention therefore this word you consuming
SS cents Re-priatt eacfeSMBt*. Hans Wagner's SHCcesser to i In. which is just as well for your more food, shows clearly oar
-a" srtvios. Sea iias, Scans, M.LA from God
i j bankroll . There are sidewalk farm prices are not tied t. E..-
--- --- -- In lining up baseball's aD-tane It- A FtetaaJ Pre ,.iUs... tit i| cafes acres of penthouse-terrace rope's needs to any critical ex

Safe Sound InvestmentBuy stars, you run acrosa one spot that naunty (Parr 111. 3: n:17.S: i restaurants< menus and service and tent. This tomes from a man
has only one guardsman. t4 I euetocns of all nations including whose company. lives largely

U. S. Savings Bonds! Back of the bat you have Mickay THESE pagt: ef Scripture toe Scandinavian and not excluding from farm income and therefore -

Cochrane, BiU Dickey, Getty Hart- bring tn our at1t'ptll'Q the ClMf'o the Moravian most be believed.

nett, Johnny Kung and beck to tr.e Quence of di"hpnl'c+\ as well as the i Wood wants to feed Europe tot

; 761qa.cuIItLi; dim past a great catcher: remembered rewards rf hctnt'tv Tkrrt *rt va fe JiMb u-rUt, .., not Invest America there. You can

as Buck Ewmg, a master. For exar-ple .*:r know that !' .._.l ;wi 1w' ,.....,--C +saSeu'.. hardly consider it surpnatag that
rn mi acct asa ran: tr In the box we have Cy Young honesty 's an at'OmmatiaB: to Goo : lJIII" Itad Hrl"m. YtrkrJU, iktrtmnmtt an American business man doe act

RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Walter Johnson, Christy Mathew- 'Pro Ill ; 12'22>: that pervemitvi i .f tin Gkttt, JtffntunUtemntt consider Europe a good invcstmea*.
son. Old Pete Alexander Carl Hub- Ptrm r4 Turkab N
d
heart has its renpatdL In f'fhe He thinks
be::, Rube Waddell. Lefty Grovea own fyffj ....... mn m .,hit, R_ Thailand Belgium aft*
perpetrator of evil is sootier or : Holland are
i thereAt .'qI -..,. overpopulated: ttaat
MCNEILS c :ater ensnared in his own sin (Prnv i their people should emigrate; that
first we have Staler
George
Lou Gehrig Hal Chase and Btt 11 3) : that a lying tongue maT be i!' Everything Is bigtime. There's an Western Europe has forfeited ay

Terry victorious. but that rKtnry ion air and a snap and a tang to Manhattan failures its place as the testing economic

1 y e% REMEDY At second there are Eddie O4- .ved (Prm 12 Iq\ that is generated by cham- ground for world tweed

mNCS ICtSSED KCUtF lint, Pie Trayaar, Art Devhn and <>. the ether hard. tt-e rewards ptaahip rather than hege concentration Whatever we gift them, he says,
Bill Bradley .f be ty are alas a.a4e spear- of people and of money we should not expect to get befit

'--1'a.tu.a._. !!......Sea 600 In the outfield we have Ty ('.ha. errt rr we are told tiret pralltv I Brooklyn is far more populous: Chicago Bat there is a good place abroad
w 5111'41It mi it intent wN af chararter n God's r' more pepslatton mce-
.. Babe Roth, Tris Speaker Joe Jackson
I ,T ,
1 ttll HK | tu s n nut w ran*M tales |
(..If* till U, W. OCItllfKlf 4. TlllWtDANDRUFF and Joe DlMagrio ( 11 :1. 1::S) : that the verv But thee is a zip and a zsig .. booed "the yoosig and grows*g

But at shortstop we come to a Integrity of the vnrigM sbaU be a here, a superciviBred, metropolitan countries of South and Cettal
bre shufflicr. bowtefced wonder bYname r Me t* doers (Pr... 11 3) ; tint method of behavior unique and fawdesenbab'e America and Canada Loam to

the of Honus-Wagner Wagner 1 *sIaJ t* ctWrs 8.w 1.ttat' ; them "if Breeertv- aenlitd.-" ..-........

has been so far to trout of aB toe- ef IV wise ft**. 12:l"tard : I "win result m material benefit.tothose

other shortstops as an aB-around Neat the lip af trIO shtl bee : There Is a nonchalance about the *countries and the Batted

topoed PERWAKTVrLT in arily 4 star-fielder, hitter and base nav
d. .+\t 4 M or''B YOUR'' ado. tor MONEY a omr riptton.p BAOk.K .!. r-th.t no one else has been offered in Gad and the Life .f Hearst 1 else The newspapers do not bother not tf'a1JIp three countries because -

p). *ai t e'<. to i..e Send ants to comparison. Such names P-ov 23'18. 11) to publish their own vital statistics. th.cannot be repaid

.SX*...Bame INC. ;address Sea 07.to OaalM: *P DOING Ca4tf. *s Herman Long Hugbey J....... reference here to the in One can be torn, married, have 3IAESH ILL'S IDEA SIMILAR

I **M C. O. O. If son PQ poetaf e. Travis Jackson. Dave Bancroft and THE landmark has tc do with children die aDd be buried, entirely This a hardly an isolationist d e-

Marty Marion have been given hr removal of such eviderce n's 1' unnoticed. At the otter extreme, trine. You might can it aa American -

- .--- -- their share of acclaim But none of would prpthe elam of mdt\ ,4 : nobody is important. Celebrities gets hemispheric economic pro

\t. '4 334' these has been even close to .a'.s! to certain pnpertyHe passing glance maybe, and not gram, phis charity to Europe's

Wagner always that, except from bobbysoxers needy
t. The Flying Dutchman led bis are te respect the rttM! tof aDd out-of.towners. . Back Now the Marshall plan is not

WhWYpur league seven yean. He was a JM ntbers TleaestT Involves stare statements list billions in deposits far away trim that ia wards
I titan r rre reads been
bitter He could steal frem 45 ta SS no ore them. spoken so far.
Back Hurts- bases a season. Preceding ta John rUhtaets of Uc. No sabtlctyof Ships from every port come and go The state secretary is taint ta
reasoning can lead as te the and a bet: for the the Latin Americas
.; And TlMir Strrojtk sod McGraw and Ed Barrow, two of jet record. conference
baseball's smartest Hans is the r n lnsKm that we may lineC.od's with last shoat this tame Idea
Eaerg .. Below Par approval if by unfair i Yet there is civic pride there ia view. Of
eI .w. greatest ballplayer of all tifflf. i( are Earpe, he says
I dfaardr
It loot aaaad 'y
take
y. ...... means we that which be- organized boosters, Rotaries and that tkrawiag
say :,+ .a that .. peaawae. ear mace;
VMM t. ......__ For trmi-r ", Who Comes Second? kfiji to another. i i Kiwacians and Liana meet and slap around most stop, and that the

, _Nap'_.UNo tar...I.....,.... tarN west. M4 AB'.aMorakMstauar.Sii As both put it 'Wagner was a Particular attention is given to i, backs and can cce another Pttt Europeans mast help themselves -

a
-d._' say ..II... eaglet beksdw man-a star outfielder good for the fatherless The Weld cf God I .. drain and siphon mart tram
ra*.a auc ...'_ koa4acaa' dwiaooi' 'catcher-one of the greatest cf ail constantly gives special attention torte j Half the saloons are lqupprii at (Marshall has never said II,

r= : aaia. :.z: awsitici wriaaalo' titters and: base runners" fatherless and the widows. It i with television and fcr the price of hew mack). Marshall says we

UkUM Wagner still stands alone at would seem that God will particularly a beer :you can sea and hear leading already have seat ta Europe

etaarr Ma.-T tea. ar tiaoderTkan aoawtklct. h trraM short. But who is the second mark as amiss any unfair advantage sports events and ether exciting affairs I jillion Cellars la goods (oar

aUa.4 M..debt_that_a...*'.... choice? Who belongs closer to Pitts- taken over these iadmdjals. : as they are proceeding. . total postwar world expenditure

tooato I.n.. r .Ie. WMT It to Wow this .. raljr ae.MdirlM a bU'th's brilliant star In fact this text stresses that : Taxis galcrt step the tag at 23 runs IJJ bOHoa

.. .. that fcaa.. _...,.a.sstry.N4. Uai 1a..W7* Our guess is Lou Boudreau of God as their Redeemer win plead J cents. The average haul la a halt The bitterness about this subject,
> laa -
w
f u.... ass i aat. ... trad sad > .'- Cleveland. Boudreau has bad to their cause against aJYor.e: taking : buck exclusive cf soirctin:u lavish therefore seems to be cropping up

+ M Got ataav Le.a'a 1..r.. An at .S drac carry the extra burden of kandiscg .dvab: ge ef them Of course, there tips among those who wish to pull Marshall t
today
a losing ball club. In this respect. can be ccly cze result when Godaaaatf 1 i further than he already hu

he has done everythfeg you coadd *. and that is disaster to Ike'tdlviia.l I la truth Maabirtta-wbiea 1! gone without taking full cognizance*

I ) ask with iadiffereat: materiaL wfce occasions his wrata. I for most fact ar fist ec material I I of the realistic approach to our foreign

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scribed er traMlated. It teat i I merchandising leaders like Wa.

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.; i iJ terre TO CASCKR DKA.DTke AM at we!
GLADES COUNTY + It i >. >" .aa as :* dietthou MEMORIAL It.. .
aerertrisi.a tar *eekaa ....... it>e..e Park: as sacs i pat. or arofctafrftartda
J DEMOCRAT t i Isis seeded ray a >a' ... wesid' A3riex Casey floctety h ; of the y .tads Fwmot art -Park1Jorvtoa I oa> .iaiplB>ely a.eaa.aiuoa .
.i axtrartioa tor JIlt teaMMrat -
.w.ax BUTE*. nUD vfeak t* de vk.c tkey C a. laanani I I that ftvrter_ the awackof Tkte aria assure attracttoa -
I the HM track .. tke aeea ef 6111M. Aa.aat It *aot rate "54I te arartteaUy ........ tai, Qh nasals apprntannny uroareaaeat
.. to asset Ba S12 adUaa aaai tat tile:. mssst ftw- art the 'haste[} dlsgl.. at .. tbt re-

x I un ale'me eI6M sated.at w:.YafEa. ...1 l.44? >a al year fee oat of state seeds ...... of' of tat tiiaiiimar .. ...

.."- 1'terlt+. t>te Aet 9It II This aarea.y will ke apart far ro-: Lueatad three ....* ...... of: -. -
to t raw ..f Yard I. 1", I dealt kale ka* the aaaa are
I I fit-Msi't aad a s3: site to. -nII: la A8erka'-Uk: : es-: >Marina.. tie park te Mss the: 18 aiiltSS w tile tatereotiar+ sad
i ten fur 1di.wsbtys V satataadIa ..2aet rwsrl While die asaiadessays 1 eai.stasi eseers. tall .tIY;
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this oat bat tke aaaok are
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E.rf riEar / .ad tM ysis sudieal ...... sag ran are aot ecteaaave or aeaa : hate Par kB. aataraJ TfKf Of-
'hiE e.; Ult.1: P-KHTI** Ca, U*. l Yeas right wdl isms aro
Caatat IETTJ.r:, r.b5.kiI. i local lodu aad a few tarp a are tile ieapara dIM Saaeaauay aMSdeMe vteped those of CajtokH or; A..award Me ktetonea sasses
j raise >o aruflctel kaa Mack Creeae ea> tan ..... "tketraiteot ...... tb Cave they 11IIII'-11- sat .-riatAnai 1 taraataa ;ea, make
'. -------- -- *, sad H'n-ftg Beateaaa ..,..pt tewetckia killer of tkaai air . : ..... aU t Vrdu>* *'" iawr o* i.ai re .
.. ..... a._. I sastec.It : !ivlinfaly 24eed. with w ala a.a-; sad the output aoara Tkt she
ter au5eal eqoaiJI&
W---Y
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a total of 41 ....... the .... to at thin tkte deapsaate, started trails.f eR 41'80.1"1&' eiuses t- aUf rut.ted Florida s*eras
HAl M>.>k* ___ ___ _.__ 11.:1UJo.D : : c*rl&-j' td k elf
H 0 i tergeat semis .-.. tkinem T+vasia fist a worthy of all the pipahr rra a n 'er--ndana >'7laztd t.a' Pure .au.
They were te the hark of Bebee's l a xa m that tea ke ....... Caaeer :: t.<"G .n6 CIiVEhl j '"T rbtlcrri U.i>rr..'.f* a:'*"t/s ..' .tOrlnntlo Dl

ear wdt' a kaf *of gnu dabs sad UB ore ia e4tbt pcraoaa Ptatstleally. : : *. ,ar' ....r hLd ""Eliw1514 "''L.'t :,.- .:.<.' !J.iI: .... ',. ; :,.4
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beLEtl% u% gt ajw. so t.a.deaIJeIIt they arc tr'ine 't ails oae lift fros lL, -, 'L' t.. "" : ;...... : z. .: ..'- ; < ... .'l'T
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ztrausd cif kJleekmc ttrw1. :11 : e'sely to faaaiiiee yoare ra : :T' : ": :r t-:: L k
eeraj awa ia ta_ W bast a head vuh a aftftrfc Fri: F taret-rs year seixkbor{ Of the apoiext"fKi -
area deal awe 'Los a* Yt'. e.kto aatei .&'*. eases s tile tntdtatee
hate etaned taJ4 *.e had tire tarn or. f
aaoT tr. 1.v""! 10 daMolJ
aaaeaa this his fry rid eer tar* s t*-eIWi u4 about mm sill die this
year oc 1l..E, ki.last ofa.aU -
te Glass. Cow laMed ti4 of lhm err ;aanoersAsd year
t.. roaaaaa far the Bore ttert: 1NIiu: A 5 r..elkr bas ioO :sTcst4Aig Tke trae tragedy of dais sit1Ut- AnnatnnVorlx i :
i saook at l.k Pocks behe tile lies ia the fact that :idle the
lies Ii"
[ te the fact that sriab- -
&*arkarkat
eusaaisa a l renq sa :21 his rasches ....1Ift of deatk true eaawer has
base takes aeek
...* already kataaae o( the .....- Bat 1 did Dear ika: curt fit tMa a3- lees srovtac rtaadiry. 5* percent Armature Wincing
m4rs af aaafl tkte year Las acrkaaa i aMa *ioa has through the oaeateeka of those birches raaaot ke awed
aatfl ass diaunutoi are maWrfcija .
** kkjk water toadttteaa aM tf out day Motor Repairing
eves are track te the
Gi1Mr CssaI, rusatas a.a it will I Aad if yoo. eotek a "-a--I
Pelt *. why be basis se arrsst Isms of .... ke ears to resort. kaovledce that aaatkar 2S aerecat Motor Sales and Service
WIll die aftkoack they red, kelaavod
.. these busts. frvs a.tfibsrisg.a dNa for the fteklat rosiest te well : tIi
....... usderway.All } ky swig fltegaaate mad treat-i
saeestWe
.... M Ik* fact: UK foik fed a fitting aieaiorteJ to the Pr Efficient Service On All
a1r Ned let. of the boys workisf KB at nf* and Types \ \
a f dIM
to the **.*. roe eel dead te a eaatrtaattoa to this
that the sch..iha.as ibis seesaw to .Ol
ash ear pat p.palsUos r 1 tad which eeeka to do ao meek tarthe
the kalMtog tar tke raamlagtor Of Electric Motors.
asset ready
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2ite year ttea weal Get ey
Hvta*. Aad *e sagas
-....- .1 bilk ..... base 4aa a sloe jab kt the I' Labor '
who have atee
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those a or
ee taut akovt ma to the oittoataaVaata In The Moore lIMrea.AnaIi
TIuII. If are route open wt..f- which t tore Mad it ate to the ...- i Represented
** te the aorattat .
spa ty itaattgft 1M oar &va fcut- XttuiekTkat eat Caaeer CoMfctee office or
kaa bars Loss ky F. M
its .117 probsbip kill aU of oarttwl I key really vieldc a vickedaatet r sail it directly to the Aawncaa By
eves t.' [base .* seed for kekaa Cancer Society. 47 Beeper Street.
...... Hastens sB eaW jtrt UM coa-t dose-krvak OB aad the the vataeeotiag adapted Job of the New York 4. New Tort i Your General Electric Dealer

a4diable dIowpl8vfEANDE'PJliGS the fiaeet Let s zseet tka year* PAn f'r on-
high school kmOdiac te
pie of lidotariilat I've sees tr&i f oalToo -(:"cIitrib1Jted.t.U '1 Moore Haven Appliance Co. I

a* aar kallifcu.

AM yea s oat have to worry ,7.zm, , 1 0 0 H 4 E. C Byrd I
akoat your ekfldrea sot harts adsaute -

By C4rr &Ilk Ibis year Ucktiac lay te Doaald their Lead tlua'ooms'sad Late To Classify

Artist Ste-wart are teatalhag a flock ; -xAl*
This cohuiB te started at five 01 Oaoreaeeat U fifty-five Thmrtdar ttttrmoa sad Ugh school kafldteg sand the primary -

to hr lads, we barest had say kvildfef : 'uooo"oo 00 H ,..
AS SUH Dl ; ac-
rate It site te hard to type wttacraaaetf There has Mea vane a caaaceia ; 3
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Pi Northwest Flor (Jtoar -
Oaten bat I Wi if1'ere' > the school .-., for tile year ;'I kiBf of m) -
whr :eft rff last roiomn '
test to awkc K tkrtaca the real! sal t'ia partials ezalaiaedeianrkare a 1M0UR'V
I r! Pacaaia Cu> 1 found the grow:'.
at tile .*r. This ai rata$ Fred ia this tone te aa article : J1g
Plaai>r. reported a reatfta- of 2lAdte '.' oa the atkoalAa and deTcrlopmeat of this Golf CLae' 4 fD
far reater47 rata sad i m"tropote tidy aataziag It ha

J.it kMftM for the oae oa TveateyWkkk 1 this te wattles there have bees :i, about takes aa the alack eau-fj
I, the cloatag .f tke shipyards and
te a Jot rf MototweItaaU wees ao arroata te eaaaatttoa with the
- to aMttf. atenoaie4 The robbery of Poiikaaoa'a Store Maa-i I riidaeOua of atfBtery persrasi tbodartac '
J**. level 4aaaite a feb 4M b eo. day aKU bat allk+ers do kave tame I I the war years tvraod it ic"

itlll ressl III MlSa tbs. sa.. lauds sad arc nafMuat that the fa auehotste.

teea test.The pUt party or parties will ke aaarekeaded -i Ita Miatat tedaatrial growth .'
shortly I: ..... mad of a aenaaaeat aat-'. x

fire key got taaatkarM J! te every tartaace that a rookery!'sad ae a tourist resort it te grow;sky

sLay tejkt sad rke4 .p aacrtaaicetie i': I believe I ai safe te oayitg tbatt; loops sad boaada. Ita kea>- -

*. bight sew fkoj have:: kaa oeemrred at this .... (sad it'salaosd : are equal to aay to be feud oa t...
a aatretary sad M Utter to write.' aa aaamei aeearreaoe that Calf Coast while aaortaaMa tia:

art a treanrer without say awe.,1 l,I these reapoaafkle bare hues eaaaattkte i r:1 it a verttakte ...... The be*. r _

hit tkey.e tkea aa iaiaortaai case wffl also tara oat that area attracta: eovatteae tloaaand t

soar* ia tile right tlrecttoa sad very akortly H to to ke kof!< that : dartec tile aaaimer itaoa sad COGstriettea -
rboaM work lato a m. which ..ay. jl i has keea aaaMe to kee

will ke ail to raactioa for reer.e-; - .---- oo vkk the denaad for aeconoda 3rt i .. ass
ttewal rpoeee aa4 rmU nosey' Mr aad Mra pea .BrioJllor aadt; iota' 5

ter ae4n qBipB>.Bt ai wail. an e'aaaa E J. Bowy-r were te Miami on baai | Oar party sale ap of publicity

HD ffictat fir-- bt1nCI MIIr th. rJr"l rf the week. : sad paoUe relatioaa men sad women

__on._ I freest an aeetioaa of tile state wa
: treaieadoaaly Impressed with tt-

whole area we travel mA, Maay of
,' this were a\akla their tint tr;

{ Cato this aoctioa of Florida sad be-
Get the Habit of
Shopping at caaa of the that hash baawledge

of Its ekanaa. koaattea sad advan 5

tads tkey will ke able to iafoncotkera !

with aatkeatie data sad infonaaiioa .
The la about tki favored territory ,

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FamiIyDepl. I t Fort If It'. toad you waat the fifiobtataakie **t

; perfectty prepared nd

\I yen.Store" :. erred, yes stay at Caraoaa, lotatf1on Ss Y
the Cast Cast Highway a shoe

Fb. dtetaaee.. aortb of Faaaau C:"

Here yoa will find <...,vtatac ''c'
a kaaikarcer OB a b"lr.taff"'Jpbeaaaat
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aad a
ciatrre auaa( in ct 'La :- _. an -., 4L
Easy Terms on Purch $10 More .
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es
or iy eoaceraed ab
HI 1 .'fuI; .r fT' ;: i j...rrMN/ nearsIIFLAM1NG Oar groap dined 'h'an..! T w-.
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v inpreoaed fb ti<- re s*r-

s.F sad the cm -."- CP-; ,',' :. that

w' west oa re<",rd 71. 1,T a 'f. tation

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__...... A highlight of oar tufraa a
- \ :%t t to Ute Florida Iado tiial School

1.Boys at Mariana The aver

*v p roo tkiaka of it aa a reform -
ackooi"' or "JaH"' for JaTeailr

linqarnu. WkUe It te .....tat.1 .-I

"' for socially fcaaditapoed lien sad

boa u aeateaeod to a bra tkeret .
i. in BO aeaae a Jafi. Oa the -V

...,'ran seder the Okie __qed. -I
i 'ROUND THE TOWN ACROSS THE
.' tr art Arthur c. Doper, M te a .
',;!:.':nation of koya cap: sad I COUNTRY . IN GABARDINE

>,,,,,, Many of the bola at the

ti DAIRY fEED I 6f' are far boner off nolaHjh It's a JANE EVANS, and ft about the ....... ee.,. .
.:," :' .. and ftkyrieaOy tkaa they ::
.scar dress Il tad t&u
.. . . ", #rat hose aad kere are ke- you A..... s.dt... aadA8 :

Roughage and Concentrated Feed ,',r K r'ti for first chases they bare isai\"c touchy as the nptiniJinfrotrhidjiit; +Jt

I -IT known There k ao ataMO- aM feb! BeauufoUj taBortd ia r.j si fJ.iluala.i.Ti-.

phfrof the peaal teatUatloa, aa Me. AA fuse, Biscuit bcig :E. SeM _
: Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users uniform: ao gvarda -r.e..,. trgmq gee r.

liT" ID a cleaa, trkolceoan aottkac Sizes 12 to 20.Mack's.
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q I FOR B\LK IV TIllS AREA AT DF.llnfU'II PH>T IN that raaaot kelp bat krlag out tile

M I MfKtP.K 1t ACEXV I best test te te ..... They leafs fa -

.- worthwhile tradee, bar, aavfe oaponmaHy .;t....,., -:
f VVOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) far raereattea tat tram

MOORE UA\'EX. PIXRID II every Maadaatea tile acaaat k a '
1. credit to the ..... sad to these flu Pt. Store :

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.. 1 i Miss Delia Mae Gunn son Larry. be made and landings attempted,_
Games were played on the lawnafter but the field In its present wndK

t Weds Tommy Lowery which refreshments of birth Uen is unsafe for tt6ot pin

I day cake and ice cream were served' flt ltt.

II TERSONAL and SOCIETY --I Near Dublin, Ga. Favors Phyllis were Howdeshell given to assisted each .etlt.withserving. Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Ma and

family of Defray Beach were deli."
Miss Delia Mae GaRn and Thomas I ors here for the week.tmd.KIR .
At lead tag were Ian Morrtooa

leD ceo c t = c c c ,.,o...,.. c c.c A DaD C C C C . .... . ............... ..... ....'LA-.A-L...... 1 E. Lowery both of Monday.Moore August Haven. Eric Howde heil. Larry Hardy. Pat- ..'T MUTHODIsT THtRlir
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ty Norton Patty Carr. 9asaa Gar
W F. Mulirr wa a business Mr and Mrs Don Bridger and I t. at the Lowery Methodist Church .
The
cia. Susaa PrtMley. Jmaiat Cochraa. Toaag people of The Methodtat
visitor Monday ID Fort Lauderdale daughter i near Dublin Ga. by the pastor of
returned last
! Friday Gary Moody Billy Bryant. Dor-! Chwrch will... on a snv.
that church at the conclaston: of an
from
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with relatives in ID4fau.
this
cas Ball. lady Woolen. Garnet Lynn dial program Snaday. ItatuHeflta
, Mr and Mrs Mark Greene spent i evening church service
will he
Gaatt and Venaeth Strickland ia charge. MaroM
Monday and Tuesday in Tampa. The church was one attended by I ..
Ij j Cason will parttdnato te the program
Mrs. Mr LowerefoN' moving to Florida -,
Dorothy Ryan and daughter. \\()\\"S CMBMl.rCTI.NCi Ht IKI'E "'i and Milton Adkin will taaklr
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Sion Stalls peat the week- diD Patty, of Minneapolis. Miu. are I a ad was recently remodelledTUs : ON THt'R'.I111" the mate talk oaTowth.." Mm*
Fort iltyert.Mr. vtstttec this week wit Mrs. Florence was the first coapie to he married I Lois Mettle wBl sing a apacani
te the aew church
H. Ryan The Moore Haven Woman Club; This promises to he one of tna>
and Mrs F W. Sommers Mrs Lowery is well-known toeveryone .
i held a brief business meeting Thursday -I outstanding program of the ,...
of t'nion City. N. J., bate recently hiss Andrey Coulter retcraedTneoaajr la Moore Havea hating I hear
afternoon at the clubhouse with You will want to roar own
moved here to make their home. from her hone la Harrogate. lived here the greater pan of her : Tonth
Mrs W. F. Mailer, president presiding -
Ten., where she sweat a por life except for a year or two daring i Harold Caaon has enrolled te On.
Mr. and Mr lion the war when she moved with her;
, Peter Matusiak i of the summer TacattoaM I A report was given by Mrs. Ward niversity of Florida te begin hte
:: "ere visitors in Miami one day last I parents Mr and Mrs W L. Gann i.
---- Roberts on. the recent :7c dinner preparation for tile ministry. HB ..

If( week /. sad ]!re Fred Jeakias retaraed to Mr Panama Lowery City came to Moore Haven i and an amount of pproximately $..1 Adhins will he a sophomore iissr!

WsAaeaaay trout a vacation: was turned over to the club treasury this year.
Mite Joan Tjthertoa left Sunday a year ago teat April and took over\ ,
trip
aviate la
Georgia and for work on the clubhouse.
night for Savannah Ga to spend :0 AlaIJill' the operation of the weal barber!
a coapie of weeks shop. He Is the son of Mr. and: Mrs. Frances Nerdy gave a reportof I lint >.\I.K- Five-room bonoe, __
Mrs Feline Lowery of Pahokee and the clubhouse committee giving: \ or without furniture Mrs. L. M.
sad Mia. W. G. 5mtth sad; number of rentals aad the
Mr and lira Eocene H. Boyles formerly of Dublin I the Liil, Box 21:::. Moore Haven Fter
Earl ...... raised for this faad. '
garth of Rialeah risit4 -. amount
The route returned homo last Ida. tCn.Mauk .
and daughters set the week-end hrfefly here with ,...... teat short, Plans were .... for the teach-! f
at his former home in Lire OatMr. ;. Thursday after spending a I IIaoaeya
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9atarday M re.te to Ocala for the ia GeorgiaHammondUzzell. er's reception which will be held !
week-ead. i iI oa the fourth Thnday night of
and Mrs L. S. Faroem sad I I'
September and will be at Bight in
seas Donald sad Jimmy spent the I R. Tennant
Mr. and Mrs. Wai B. Baa_ order that husband of club members -
week-earf at Fort Myers Bach
arrived last 11Mto; autke their I and husbands aad wives ofi i Lk......
hoase daring the nest term of school. Mr. and Mrs F. B Hammos of teachers may atud. j I
Mr. MM Mn. Wm M A4M& of I
.. Mr. Danresi fe the Bkatheatattest Lfcktport an&oance the engagement. It was voted not to permit the] Real Estate Broker
Veto Beach *re week-end visitors I
..-re. a Freddie Belle. to Mr square dance I

Ton P. Moye, teaeaage teacher Mrs Fred Revels and childrenof Theodore Ust ll. son of A T. Ui- Mrs C. \V Wallow and Mrs W eM Congress Rldg. Miami. FlDon't '
f W...hM& lIt tell of Moore Haven The wedding F. Mailer were hostesses and served' I
te the hfeh school here for the comte epet Wednesday w
1\ill he solemnised in the Christian chocolate cap cakes and Cokes to
her sister Ho,4esheU
term, arrived tact wwk-Mod. Mrs. A. O. i
Charch. Arcadia at 3 clock at about twenty-five members present
sad f.. J". Her daughter Arden.ratiaised : p s
17 ;
on .4a1 August
Set. John Anthony of West Palm tar a baser visit with BVI.LKTIN:
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. Bomeh, was the w4 *-u.d PMt of her ant
.",0 CJUOtT KNJOt* H \\mnH Miss The
Mr at* IN. A. O. HO..1 and The flying field at Ciewieton air-i
Mrs Max Cole sad children of
family. A group' of young people enjoyed port was closed Wednesday "CALICO
Diva, are speadUc a few weeks aftt'r'I'I QUEEN"Dance
a hay ride Tuesday sight to Palm- soon s sea surface water
Mrs Glee Strickland and ...,Ia- her with her parents Mr. and a'I
I despite
dale and Lakeport and field was considered to present
left for JacksoaTille Mr sad Mrs. M. A. Saaimers while
Sunday
ter Cella
several breakdowns of the track In definite hazard to sate student
called by the Mr Cole is savaged in installingthe '
where they were
I which the ride was made reporUd flight IB an emergency. John
IRaes of her nether. two city pumps i a nice tim... Those enjoying the Cockrill, chief instructor at the Sat. Aug. 16
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occastoi mere: Bottle Robtaaon. flight *.hoo! said takeoffs could AtSugarland
Lt. Col. Haley W. Ayco.k and Lt.I''I Mr say MfS. J. H. Dilley and Irene Scott Martha Dowd, Margaret

L. Paaw of Maxwell FteW. Ala., children nursed the past week-end Van De Velde Jo Aaae HarveU.J Park ;
vmited last week with }f r.&ad. from a visit with relatives at points I C. Sealey. Roy Donald Laael,, ---

Mr*. F. V. Probst at 3-C Ranch.Mrs. I in Peaaql..... Mr. Dilley sis Bob King Sion Stalls sad Billy AuditoriumClewiston
ter. Mrs. Prank Woods aDd SOB i Robinson Now Open ;

e R. D. Lyons Is a patient Frank returned with them for a I Fla.

, far several days tIM *. at the visit. ., ..-. .. i I IoLlit; \VIFP.sON\ III* SELFSERVICELaundry 1 i
GeM Sasartfan H.*atl .. West i IMRTV ON IIIHTHDVV I BIG BARN DANCE

Pate Isoch, Mr. ad Mrs. W a. Laaa left i

r "' Holiday Bight for New Tork after] Miss Louise Ravtersoit entertained Curly Howard's

)Ir. _4. MM. J. M: Covse and' several months rw4dtoe here.. CWt l lWbakadred a large 1J'OII'0( Moor Hovel sod -- ,3

ohUdrtn Jf2A>n a i.Edwjn rKnmW here Palmdale J'CMIaMIOI'Ie' at a part OrchestraOld
JBItai o weeks yata at her home in Palmdale in observance :
ton at ForfMyers Beach 1 hEA eonstrncUon work, from Tavernier of her sixteenth birthday I Time Fiddlers

aaniversary. Monday evening Finished LaundryAnn .

Miss Bertha feam and C. V. Park- I --- I II Refreshments of punch and cake Sponsored By

t Tatos spent, tM week-end: wttb ), ; Rev W. S. Bozeman, accompaniedby : i were served
ami Mrs. J. )t. Ganee-aad .fr'l I Hiss Peggy Stalls of Moore Hayes Carr CleristonRecreational

ill Fort Myers Brecfa.Mr aad MUses Aaa Sloaaker aad I.RRnmERS; IHS
-r Lois Hawkins of Clewiston.Mt j .",
Mary P\RTY ON HlRTIlU
f; and )1-- Etfcertoa an.1 Monday for Lakeland to attend On The HighwayWe i Association

" Joan and Mr and Mrs W. L. Selterojr -' the Young People's Assembly of Mrs Lloyd Summers entertained .
Ooi Ml Th... I
.hlehiIl hay etay
: were Ti.ltors in Miami one day+! the Methodist Church I. group of children Monday 50c PersonMACK'S
las. wrek t-onrludt iif-xt Monda noon at her home with a after-I I i per

: HU_ _.. honor of the fourth birthday bel'l .::: 1
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L'EXPECTEDC.ALII.IITY

MAN I know says cheer- -- TWW

A fully that he has no trou- A sudden and utterly unexpected U uuett es'w.m
bles that a whole lot of circumstance threatens the fu- Have an Eating Treat With. a Barbecue! P6TOLLUM.) nUT

money wouldn't cure. Most of Fare tapptaest cf Frances Grant See rcpe l > be" ) ::"t = :=:Z "

us are in that position, or thinkwe and her family. Her husband is Barbecue Fun

are. If we subtracted from manager 01 a prosperous Itttle LYNN CHAMBEUo ILM' "

the dreadful sum total of mar- business. Its owned by a womanuhom Before the crisp cool weather

ital failures the element of be falls "Mother." She comes, treat yourself to ole of those! Barbecued Ribs

money, we should remove their reared him affectionately, educated grand outdoor Buttered Buns me asa..wR-s
Outdoor Potatoes
most common cause. him and him his meals-a barbecue
gate present -
{ Roasted Corn Ears
The extravagant wife and the excellent situation. Unfortunately There's no Cabbage Slaw Yora.

penurious husband Or the spend- the neier adopted him I food like that j Deep Dish Blueberry Pie

thrift man and the anxious. thrifty legally, so Ward bat no solid i, cooked outdoors WI Cream checks
wife. The poker debts The things claim to any inheritance. for real honest- I Beverage ,
the little woman is buying on the to-goodness flavor I
Now the old lady "Grandma" j Retipe given.
Installment plan. The discouragedangry and marvelous
talks about accumulating bills Grant, who bas been bedriddenfor eating. perspirationodor r.

and inevitable expenses. To say two dears, has decided to irate There's nothing so re:..x:ag. either Roasted Corn Ears.

nothing of the marriages that are tie business and all her other I as eating outdoors for mostof Remove outer husks from ears ot

contracted simply because there is Properly to her nurse. This nurse, the preparation comes ahead of corn. Turn back husk and remote

money on one side or the other a ,Henderson,bas given Wardto time. Then too, though you have the corn silk. Replace busk, place THIH6iSS'r
A woman named Frances Grant to bribe and beg everyone to helpin corn ears M grill Turn frequently WAT
understand that hen she takes
writes' me from Rochester, and presents u the kitchen, no one wants to te while roasting 8 to 12 minutes. Serve
the over be will bate to follow ordersor when it with butter salt and Thehusk Made with a/act aaa hose. Yodora
a new angle on money left out of the preparation pepper. u tthuSg tattkmg to Bonaal Asa.Xo .
problem. Like all human tangles. get out. Ward bat no claim on comes to cooking out of doors. turns brown but the corn itself .

it has aspects that no novelist could anything, the family lawyer bas Perhaps you have a barbecue unit is excellent. If you prefer the bank. Wan't chemical karat due or se imtatiagtalta. flothm

Imagine. Frances is 39, her hus- told him. Unless there is a new to use for cooking; or maybe you corn more browned, roast longer
band, Ward, a few years older; they willfr,. Henderson will get l 1' just build a fire in the old makeshift -. There's nothing quite like crisp Atop grainy.soft and dewy, s rtr gets
have three teen-age girls. 1 brick oven in the back yard. chewy food to set off the barbecued
"Ward has always been manager etery bicb thing eten the bouse in Whatever you han. it will be good meat. skiQet-fried potatoes ard 2 Try prati Yodora-/eel{ UK wcmdtrfu)
all
ItfaffeifDcct
cf his mother's business ever since they are living. if you make the fire well m ad- roasting ears, as some cabbage: .
I first knew him," writes Frances. Frances Grant rites that she ance. and then let it burn down to served with a cream dressing a:ic" fp.r'

"It isn't a very large business, but and Ward are "frantic with yen '- glowing coals before you start cooking plump red-ripe tomato wedges, P"

it brings us in a good income now, out il rtbfffsion." Mrs. Morris That's the secret. .CaM are Slaw. -z
and if Ward inherited it he could replies tbal she doesn't see that You have a choice of many kindsof (Serve I) SSST'- -.v -'+\<*

consider himself a well-to-do man. much can be done about the situ : meat-juicy hamburgers, plump 4 181" fairly sKrr44 cabbage
:His mother draws what she wants emers, steaks or ribs. But do han 1 eg* yolk
ation. She adtises Ward
from it, always in the neighborhood to look a good sauce to go with them. Or, 2 t.Me BoM sujjar
of three or four hundred a month for another job right now if be let the folks have kabobs-everyone 1 tablespoon Sour

which some day should mean a very can. Grandma Grant realized rill enjoy tasting his own. 'i tnSf"OOn salt n....a.+...t..ta..t c..
handsome addition to our resources that Ward teas ready to quit, it .Barbecaed' Rifes. i? teaspoon tin M.t&arl

Ward and his mother always have might jar her into a change 0/J Serves <) !i teaspoon paprikaar
been affectionate and close and the heart. '. ] water that makes folks
3 to 4 peed ribs, nt let pieces alp NEWS?
girls and I make a good deal of 1 lemon t 4 esy vfaegarI sleep all night!
Grandma. We have always lived
UWe batter
together in the old Grant home. thai. and when Ward went to him 1 I large worteferfcire onion % ptat sear fMi eream tb.Ttrtas.d.ann that Low tb.r dare IMmc and...turbed...od beraa atekt.S e-.t
Needy Takes Over. he indicated that matters were a top HIKe r ., tt W tnm U"'Wfount ", __ _
bad as 1 tea p*.. rbK powder Beat egg yolk; add dry mere':'ients i ......,., lAc-.hop..o'1 ena. .PeAw
"About two years ago Grandma as they could be. Par-.IIr alp enth.a :Z. Ioootn. 8uM...ad.
and mix
1 teaspoon salt thoroughly! Add water '
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Grant had a slight stroke. and she He Has dtr'ntwMaprul.tacdFoleyP w
No Rights. 2 to 3 dashes tahac MIMe and vinegar <:duanv. Cook has rarely left her room since, except hav Dot'BI E \>'t R WOVET BACK.
"Ward
perhaps for occasional drive went to ask what his rights 2 tops water top of douMe boiler until thick a'd i )fete M-hoW.... G.e toter, PIBt'"-deep
an were as a son. but the bad thing is '4 cap cWS seine smooth. sMrrinn constantly. Ado < """ Fall ....at......e Q1,;>>1.& TOt..II
and once or twice for very special that Ward wOtiEY
occasions, weddings or reunions of isn't Grandma's real son Place a piece of lemon and onion butter ChiH. Fold in sour cream i
he is not even adopted. She Just and mix with the shredded cabbage
>n each rib. Mix remaining mgredi-
old old friends We have one faith- LHOT
took him because he reminded her Garnish with nine tomato wedge A
toctherheat and
'nts to boding
fal old
servant in the kitchen. but
she could not Grandma the of a son she had lost; it was never then brush sauce over the ribs. Broil Dessert problems are easy tc I -....
give made legal. I knew be was 'adopt- solve Witi fresh fruit! and berries J
outdoor and brush
slowly grill
care she had to have an on
nor was '
ed. but
that the girls and I could do enough not that it wasn't a regular frequently with sauce. For outdoor plentiful a plrt HASHES ltj
adoption. trolling place meaty side of ribs ter or basket ofucffl
so we engaged a practical nurse, aplain I
woman about 40 who has nowlees "Our lawyer feels that in case ofGrandma's ;town on the grill. Onion and lemonnay J! chilled frvil Women In tour "49".1-.' no. UdIa
with death, as things are be secured with toothpicks and cookies w.I! : tuncuoaalmane period pecw.
us more than a year. At :"
would have claim all ';,asfy well for i Dashes. nervous, highatruaui.
first Grandma didn't like Hendy at* now. we no at For steak that is really elegant.
r tired fesli e.? 7Lea do 1J-;
"Ward doesn't like Hendy. and the cbove for "r dessert Some try ti
all nor did any of us but she is efficiency jso sauce brushing J'mUwa' Vwvubto compo ad MCoot
itself and we very swiftly she obviously dislikes him, so that i the steaks while >like cake for des- tor relies. such symptoms Sty ta-
this purposot
felt that having her an the house his position as manager of the broiling Or if _1 eert for an iced Taken ftCu1uiJ-.khur.y -
works would be precarious indeedif you prefer the beverage. Ther pound btlp bund up nsfst.ocs
was a great help.
he had to hold it under Hendy steaks be make a spicy cake with a caramel oiiut dicb dlnrav.Tbouaaoda bit.
"After a white Grandma grew J. << may reported bcoeflti! Aim a cay ea.ctn.
more and more to like and finally "Mv girls are 13. 15 and 16. Just e" marinated as fol frosting. It's just the<< kind to set oT tareacMa soak Worth trylset1111AEeXaItM
at the when need social 101fOT several the m<*I properly I i
to adore Hendy It has reached the age they tiMrasID
posit now when even Ward dare not secureness I am simply frantic at t 1 rur* before you Spite Ca".. I' ,
ge into his mother's room without the idea that this smug quiet woman tart broilingMix Makes 2 5-incb layers) -- --

her consent a* continues agreeable who comes and goes as she together 1.lp 2!i caps sHted cake hone
and helpful enough when she pleases can wreck aH our plans in t'f F "."d oil >? cup of vinegar 1 teaspoon baking powder I I MERCHANTSYour r;
comes downstairs, but for the mostpert this way. \s teaSrf''n 'ait and '4 teaspoon J4 teaspoon soda
the two women live in their "I have oo idea that you can suggest jepper. 2 tablespoons grated onion, ** teaspoon saltS I I ---- 1 :{!

own rooms Heady baa set up a any possible solution, but if I clove garlic and 1 tablespoon teaspoon cloves :
i little kitchen there, and often appears there is anything can do. please I 't\ JI'ed parsley *'4 teaspoon cinnamon l

\ only long enough to secure help us Both Ward and I-and the Some people prefer a barbecue 1 cup granulated sugar
t provisions from the kitchen. girls. too-are frartic with nervous sauce xortekf but even then they *4 cop brown sugar AdvertisingDollar 1

i "Grandma quotes Needy looks at apprehension "_ like: to rub Ute meat with onion, gar- I. rap vegetable shortening
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i her lovingly laughs at her jokes. { :ic. herbs and such before basting 1 rap buttermilk

t tells us how wonderful she is A Frances, this is a wretched situation with the Muee Use your own taste 3 whole eggs i

I few days ago she told Ward that she and not an unusual one either is a guide Steaks should be first I Sift together flour, baking powder, bays something more than
wanted all the details of the family with 1 juality, well aged and well ,
Strong men fall in love pretty mari soda, salt spices and granulated i and .
business explained to Hendy. and nurses, and dependent old women I i led with fat for barbecue. sugar. Add brown sugar shorten. space circulation in

Bendy went over to the plant and come to love the attendants who Outdoor Potatoes. jag and buttermilk; beat for 2 min : the columns of this .w.. ; -:;

t inspected everything and Ward make them comfortable Could (Serves () I utes. Add eggs and beat another 2 paper It buys space and
asked a thousand questions.She wad look about for another Job. I minutes Bake in 01
says 4 cups cooked potatoes, diced greased, wax paper circulation
asked him whet, his salary is. even if he means to use it only asa 2 cups sliced onions lined< pans In a moderate (350- plus the faror- ..
and nodded her bead, he said and threat Would an appeal from 1 tablespoon minced parsley degree) oven for 90 to 33 minutes. able cxmsidflratioa of our = i

said 'That's enough' him to his mother have any effect' 1 tablespoon paprika Let cool and frost with caramel leaders for this newspaper =

"That afternoon Grandma You han had things very easy, evidently 'i teaspoon salt (sing: MIx 1H cups brown sugar and Us advertising .. ;
charged her will and left everything for all your married years. I U teaspoon! pepper with li cup cream 2 tablespoons patrons.

the possessed silver books, house This is your first real trouble. Faceit >4 esp (it er dripping butter and 1 tablespoon vanilla. I
business to Mrs. Hend rOft. Hendy philosophically; the old lady may I Brag to a boil and boil 9 minutes II I
herself just said to Ward amusedly change her mind again. She may I Combine: ingredients and place while stirring. Remove from heat. LET US TELL YOU

"Ob let her have her whims: live M years. Be as patient and as : n heavy skillt. Brown until crisp Beat until creamy adding cream if !t MORE
sod golden colored. Serve piping ABOUT IT
but the family lawyer was" simply cheerful as you can now, and wait necessary to make soreading easier. I
outraged by what went oc, we knew for the tide to turn. tot IU!.*M4 fey Weclvra Kewvpccer OeM II I

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: 1. Was. "Casey of' Casey at' Phillies in 1866 he inspired Ernest "Dj Ethe. inherit her b-autv!"
r I the Bat a rc3u pesin' Thayer to write the poem. !' Yes, er father left :er a drugstore
: I 2. Which drew core spectators I I 2:Racing drew 26,.,_, while "

: last year, horse raorg or big baseball drew 19,6@0,090.
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I league baseball 'i 3 Yes. Water veins have been An Offer

__ 3. Is there any water in Death I found in numerous sections, containing Tin Mir slr b+i put fimuttJ **/.
I IJ Valley? : desert minnows, relics of ills tin w.44;., nr'....' trbt* tin
4. What would a cubic foot cf I the days when Death Valley was ,...."... brat mn, mottt rrr is
geld be worth i the bottom of a great inland sea. turn *".i add, t* far u+uprr"lm :
5. Wbec was the treasury de- ; 4. Well over half a million dollars. sore Prt9*, I Ills s.S cry
Z p rtaaeat' conscience funds ..*.,, but I ,.*' Hot your gtt mtttf
started' 5. In 1811 when U90 was received from r'f frrifit
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playing with the National league I in more than $ .-'_. faster
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When melting paraffin canning -
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do not allow the paraffin to
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Just reduce it la a liquid.
seed to make a shower gift from -.- I
a plain set of towels
Oversize: patterns in drapery
Williams and upholstery fabrics is the TOOL DIV.
FAMILY WORLD SERIES By Gluyas
I Calliope Passes From tread today; large bold patterns I
richly defined against neutral colors i! 1530 tt s:.. ...M. C.k.s.it
Ricer Boats to Circus Abstract and geometric pat- --
terns \:e with flora designs in the !
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds
new fabr-s.; .
The calliope tbe musical instru-

meet consisting of steam whistles
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BUBBLE CHAMPS
WM developed m Massachusetts !
IB UH as an added attraction on .r.

river boats says Collier's. ,I -and parents approve this laboratory-purer

The popularity of these "floating bubble !
foil-wrapped, quality gum
snunc boxes" lasted 20 years and
rJrAP2iXkST wrc R!MAZx?n uFE FtWSrlSE iT then, as the steamboats started to Bobby Pattnaada,who woo a feldar'a fknr*
Cf HK iRU 5ERI: < OUoMT TO HEAZ mrS OBJAUseme 'R TTlU' discard them, the calliope passed &,;t } is[scat cont..t babbi says blownpick For Uia Aiffcn DUB*koauifntntt !" ..
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I fed pfeyHcnl eoBftttlo for the tou : summer school to work toward her. 1, IN7. fer... 1aIM1.. QUAOK0COVHTT sari. La.- L B ........, '
Only One RecievesUnemployment I itserttt aa fellow. .....>_ 1. Hesdersttw. Info Ie. .4 r
I trip through the cave,.... Charming four-year degree Thaua teachers I Beginning at the Nertltwat Garner Banderavn Baker Walter E. iN sad ;
I the I of Sec 11.,Twp. 40 South fjisoa Ktav, his wife. Barrett M.WMMa.II .
Pay bosteaaea for the occasion were will have their usual places in Bamt TaHabnmeeMrrt- Kra. Bnrrett at Wood-
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Mrs Louis Seoggins and Mrs Basil grades lira F. M. Vlnartch will diaD Rire tttrm-r South a d.wrees 9 aaaatt his =.. Charles A. Macauiejand

In Glades County I Kenny, who gave a demonstration I hare charge of a apenal elementary I n mM East.Section lonR the t<. West 1111I.(1 boundary f-t to tile of wife. Mra.Francis Charles I. <;*X!lT<.Macanley.lth and Mrs.his '

ef the beat in public relations inbeir : group after work oa thin course Southwest! t'ormr nf Lot : of Francis L Oalbraith, his wife. OeoigeWia
pay-I 1 easy and gracious manner of;. daring the summer and Mrs E P. i iI said Section' 1*. and UM point o* I awl" Mr*. Ororare WIM. his wtfa.Jmmer .
IntmploMiu CompenEdtion I hr&nninf themoath (4 d- PattER and lira Jacks C.
: greeting!: and their masterful control I Ewing will again teach one of the I II gross .' !East; :114.US feet (henceSouth Patten his wife, Edward E. WH rand r:
sae. 'I.'ri. Cnuat. amounting !I of the many details that go to I I I two first grades. 45 desriw K....t. 5 l :%" Xu. Edward B. Gates., his wife.
tto I South (t degree K Robert Booannoo and lira Robert t
$15.
00 feet thence
were made to one person I make such an event a success The primary building will house W.-at. 494.7* feet: thence North 5l Burannon. his wife. W. V PMta and
u .... during the week ending. h-; Honored with the leadership of'I only the first three grades this i tgr<-..* r West. 2 l and Mr J. T. ifoode. his wife. Joseph p'r
-uit 2, Artlrar M. Laniaore. llfw-I the Floriad Publicity aad Public wear the fourth grade moving into 1 point.JJ acres of, .beginnineontainin: I I Orison and Mr*. Joseph Orison, Ma .': ,
.j Relations Association for the ensuing th! high school building. Beginning at the Korthw>*t ('or- wife, Chadhourne Water and Mra.Chadbcurn : -
-*Jf f'r of the Belle Glade office of the i I' of Section la. Township 49siouth. i Waters, his wife HubertH.
nor
Florid State year, I can think of no way redecorated Rang SS but, TalUbafff I VAoodssaall. Prrsideait and a Direr- I4.
Service
Employment
to advance the OW' Bbatioa's.11 Meridian: thence Sfcuth 0 decrees tor "f Glades Fans Incorporated aa ,

.'dd today ia discussing the employ 'I fare than to continue these tours I during the past week electric drinking boundary r Bast of said along Section the West It. Indiana rporation.or GUd. nnna._ laws Incorporated D. FenReceivrr

'fnt situation in the county I of visual education taaugrated by I fountains bane been installed l.-.MM fet to thf South Rlght- in Indiana Corporation. etta CWoodaaaall. .
Mo Eta Marie Mill,'r. it alive
f-Way line of StHte Highway
174 <
Frank floureucent
Mr Larrimore said 16 were still my immediate preoVrsssor in both buildings 78 and the point of beginning and If any be dead to their rU eC-
:' "$lug for jobs at the begiattisguguat Wright For to Know Florida you fight: fixtures hart been installediu I theme North 6: degrees W Hash live unhnolra heirs derlsvea I..Kateea.graateea. .
sand South Rirtt-of-W creditor, and all other part -
atone
the buildings with
SEE Florida. two
i \ many of whom are notable must some tine. 10410 frrt t"Nortb >.. damning bv through, under K
1 ,: for unemployment insur-' three some with four and some I .I dr.- s %3' .:.!!!(. 4M>. feet against! raid Parties respectively: add
with two 4 -watt bulbs which should t.> the Southeast wooer Lot X. of to aK persons having or clataaing anr
":: Workers ineligible are those Two Years- aid Section IS. thence South a Interest in the ubject matter of tbfs
N', i in the last year or two hare be sufficient lighting for every pur- degrees !1' Eat. n: 1M feet thence suit b,.. tbrvufch, tu der or agalnat
-, The auditorium in the high West 1J17U feet: thence North one or more of said Defeadanta herein
at rked exclusively oat farms in,': with I irnse ft d tciv r Went 117.- feet to named: and to all persons having
craft together
: and 75 landing
:
ineatic service, for the Govern- school building has been renovatedand the point of beginning. containlaig or claiming any Interest whatsoeverin
nxiit. for 17 combatant British vessels and will be used a* an auditoriumthis IS:77 acre more or te.*>. the following next described lands
non-profit organizations that historic The Purchaser 10 required to pa Ton of. you art fe"'hy
made
\If for firsts with fewer than 8 emLlayeas. one hospital ship year although it will still nerve, the advertising coat.THETRrSTEBS given :.:ta't W R Norton, aa
entry into Tokyo Bay for the by lowering the movable partitions tee INTERNAL IMrROVBMKNT plaintiff did on the lint day of July
'.. signing FUM reserve thr..t 1917, file in the Circuit '-'(>fIrt fer
Compensated unemployed ifc'them peace as two classrooms. to revert any and .U l bids. Oladei County. Florida. In chaneafy.hU .
The Tilted States Navy at that Roofs and fonndntiona have also BT ORDER of the Trurtee of the Bill of Complaint ai the shove
.ty daring the week endlnAnglat Internal Improvement Fund of the entitled cause against yon and 4Jsh
time comprised nearly 13.. cossbataat been thoroughly repaired during the
FlorM wherein sod whereby SSMroaatHalnxBt
2, registered M out of work j State of of you
ships aad. with auxiliaries summer vacation and a new concrete Mlllard F. raMareiL Governor.Attest' seeks to quiet his title
thrtwch! no fault of their own and and ta the alternative to foreclose his
but excluding small landing craft sidewalk has hum built to the
:available for suitable empb..ent. F. C Elliot SecretaryTruatee First Mortgages asiust you and r
were totalled nearly n.... vessels front entrance of the high school I. I. Fund. to the following described st
classified as: semi-skilled 1. Today Navy forces consist of 285 building August 1. I. 15. 22.:5. ated in Glades County. Pls towit .
I
Payments of nuemployiaeut- I :
bensation. throughout the state for : combatant ships in full operation -,--- --- I! I Lots A and R in 8ctiaarj e!- -- - ;- -
the and 21 In redc.t! status, 2)3: auxiliaries. ,...TIC.: U. MI-l-TTIVjI. or < IT1K tr-tlae (35). Township T ?
week ending August 2 amounted I 65 mine vessels. 74 patrol 5.21 Inches- I 'U 41.\TKN HUtKI Nine South (393). Range Thirty-;
%o J197,2 0 and were made to 12.848 .- I HR> and the
+t'1IOB8.Tit. vesis and 152 landing craft I NOTK'K w hereby glees that the (fc E'ftorl Section T'irtr a
On.1 Day 1545. there were (Continued from Pace 1) I City Assessment Roll of the City of (II). Township Thirty-maw _
... figures do not include allowance Moore Haven Florida will be mbmitted 3.016.158 men and 325.074 officers ever approached eighty Inches the to the Equalising Board for UE). lea the Baat Half es*)
paid to 1JJ.6 unemployed 110 the Navy Today, the Navy has previous high being 77.12. I approval on Monday August lt. at of the hortheaat Quarter INE the%) ,
veterans from Federal funds which 'demobilized to about .%5.*** men The rainfall for July, this year 8 o' In'k p. m. at the city Hall tn and Northeast North Quarter half Aea4riag
and all -
were $152.428 daring the same perState and 4 i,.. officers and for the current was the highest ever recorded by Moore to have Haven corrections persona grade tn oath Southeast quarter 119E), cisSouthwest
'IM. Quarter 8W%> of Bee-
fiscal year will average 395.- the United States Sugar Corporationfor roll whether or otherwise in liattafr., are valuation rrwlr4 of ties Four <4). Township Forty

wide payments to non-vet- i, 0.0 men and ::.,... officers this month dating back to 1929 to property file with the Clerk of aM City on South t 4..). Rang Thirty-Threa

%raa for the week reflected an In- In planes, the Navy has gone aad also highest for the U. S. Engineer -' or before the day of such meeting obI .Section But (>3B Five); Ia the). Township South. Half Forty of
their petitions netting forth their -
< r 4LSe over the previous week when from 41.272 oa V-J Day to approximately Department records back to I jeitiona to such assess eat and the South t490). Range Thirty-ThrM

4182.441 WM paid 15.0M of all types today of 1t1%. The June rainfall was exceeded correction hich they desire to have Rant CUE.
I Now. therefore you add each afyou. r
Currently the greatest volume of which only 2509 are fleet combatant only three times from record'I niadeIAta SHERIDAN City Clerk are hereby reunited to file an

Talk for worker are for ..agar'lane i aircraft Navy Uses and facilities oa file; the May rainfall was the July ::5. AUK 1. 1. 15, 1XTN I Appearance In awch proceeding oai tK
the fth day of Aa-
before Friday
laborers .machinists stenographers. 'around the world have been rolled second largest on record. March was goat, A. D 1947. at the Glades Cust-

and auto and tractor me'tMaIcs. up. In contrast to the 23 Naval : the laic'estIart'li on record November Till IHC'.IT f IHT "K THK tv Court House in Mere havoc,
,
I airfield T\\ sI.i'rll JIIIMItL <'IH" I IT IN Florida, and upon failure ao to do ....
air stations and auxiliary 194C was second highest oarecord '
tII'R I.hIIIS C ill NT1. H.OHIl Bill will be taken as confessed by
The Belle Glade office of the maintained here in Florida ..... [ and only three times before I .\. IN Illt'IR1n.. I2 you and default will be taken against

Florida State Employment service the war now only three are in ..1 had the ram in September 1946' you ,and ..M cause will proceed *x

SsAde 29 placements including II operation by the Navy I been heavier RIII. TI m iirr TITLE nu. I parteIT IS ORDERED that this Order ofPublication
HIHK loop: tIOHTBtt.E.W. Oted.
veteran placements The average rainfall for all station -I j; M>RTf>N. be published In of
County Democrat a awwapapar
A representative of the 11,10)i i Interest IsContinued- I I combined in US9C record 1< I'IH.fttlrf J general circulation pwailawad In Glades
MBt Service is in Moore HavenWadMwday I is 53 inches with an average of I CLADK.S f'.\UM> ORPORATED aRi County Florida, one weeha.each week tar
lour consecntive
mornings at the : 52 ia the western division and about Indiana Corporation. >*t al I la Moore
I I IVfendaata.NOTH DONE \ND ORDuRBD;
bounty Court House from 9: 3& to ( froM Page; 1) 55 in the eastern divMon The '*: Til %fPH'H I IUH Haven. Glades Cowntj, .........- 5n

11:". Any person who is looking' Tracy Ange Parkinson's 875; seventh claimed areasForeign I IttR OK I"! HI.H'.\TIO> I this 24th day of July fi JL: P. IKT
'STATE OF FIRIDA TOCladw ; (CLERK SKALa/ a WBWOX
for a Job should visit the Employment Lois Cox. Mack's Store 771 ; circuit in antff
Court
---- -- --- I Farms Inrorporatert. an Indians i, A Clerk
Pervfce ofifce aad talk. over eighth Doris Griffith. Adktna' Service Corp >rnti''n Charles' tHn- .>r ladfi. Count FVorkda.M .
Station, 757 ninth Joy Summon Vets- I I i der i n indiMd .l'4: nd a. Tr'i-t. ,( ,,1: ,\ > JHNtN'
fete ;
qualification aad experience .
MiN.. II;I 1.. H. rot A.'nun -jr .1' .\ :--.1 t with a trained interviewer. AayMitloyer Davis Groeery. 752; tenth. __ I .f ih E:>t .t. d (.t-t ,. E: llon'I'- 1 I A'- t. *. I'.
1"
who needs workers nay :Martha: Dowd. Bond's Store. 69*; Continued from Page 11 i,I

visit the office at the Sanders BufMJ eleventh Norton Garage, Wanda I post and newly elected rite Commissioner i I II -- : -.:-- : - .- - -- : -=- = _:.-: '
fa Belle Glade or telephone Yod r. 583.; twelfth Settle Robin of :Moore Haven tolunt'- - - -- -

Belle Glade :307 and place his Job son. :OWiDd.I1'1Itatloe., %86 Dorothy Bred to provide a brand n" !MI- 'I

.,tdttrs. Skipper Moore Haven Service -' inn type Jeep at cost. to h* eh: n |I HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN

-- Station. US, Elsie Story. M. away November 11. It47! ill j )Dar '

A little five-room cottage on a H. Appliance 68: Margaret Van l becne at Moore Haven Th.. barbecue 1

benine De Velde for Williams Beauty will be sponsored and pit on 'if' MILK

Shop Irene Scott for Lnndy's Electric by the Post and the winner of tht- |

turned over to the government byh Shop. Jean Heflin of K. and K. Jeep will be derided by a drawing I

> >/ Warm Springs Foundation and Electric and Jo Anne Marvel of It is expected that the ticket 'ilt-1 j

llif the house where President Rooueelt Moore Haven Hotel have not yetrecetsed for the barbecue will be tinder ...a> And Other Alt(. r Products
I
spent his last days any votes .shortly after the next regular m..,-t- |
I
I f lag of the Port Thursda ,\iien-t: i i AVAILABLE AT YOUR

. Too Late To Classify Most Of= i 21. All members or* pro".-'memembers I'

_. are erred. to be nr."nl'. > GROCERY AND
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tat this ..du. I
(Continued from Page U I I Continued from Pole 1)
Plan were also made for a< qmring DRUG STORE
}ark we were warmly greeted by atton at Oaineavllle during the .
.. chain for the present duMu>u-e. ,
delegation representing officialsOf summer
and It is expected that the\ will 1It'1'
both the State Forest &: Park Mrs D. E. Griffith Mra. Mack !
on hand within the next week or
*rvice and the Florida Forest and Greene' and Mra W. B. 2 ortoa. I
so, ready for nae 'I
Park ..Association the two group Jr., completed moat of the work oa I .--_ ll!
Hrectly responsible for the splendid their four year degrees' In educationat '
Minutes I II
twogresa made in providing this Florida Southern in Lakeland Of

state with a creditable park system during the summer aad will obtain 'I

A delightful buffet luncheon was, their decrees jfur a few additional Co.tta.e.irPale 11a

served. prepartd bv the families of weeks of H!"DM">D work;; Mr L I highly pectllsed work Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

park attendant that put us in pr- ,; R '-i"- ai-., art.ndt J outhTD Mr r.. :\1. Mlnarich. applied toth West Palm Beach Fla.

.-:1
I Board for rental of the land I I"mlwdl..d

in the new school site 'I
_
- --- -
I :or th-' Crowing: of a crop \ pony 1- _
-
l I. Mr Walter i---- ':.1
niotinn 'k. ended
', _
\ by :Mr neli and carried it was', _d3

I agreed that this 7 <4 acres t I". r" nt-|! ::'

i.d t"lr Minartch for $2u:! HO PN -

'a I'll ionR. t annun, with the stipulation that GLADES THEATRE

'Tel! ('(ailing the S< hool Board have th. power

to hr".ak such contract upon notice

YOU to Mr Mlnarich.; that the harvest
t :, Moore Haven : : : Florida
I (>f the then growing crop t..rminatE'I

]I h ontrai. and a proportionate

liP" parr ,.f the rent be refunded to MrMinar.i .

I' h. and farther that Mr SATURDAY .ONLY

Minarirb agree to leave said land
lean and disked level llopalonft ('assldy In =

I' After examination of a set of
DANGEROUS VENTURE
Compton. Encyclopedia It
was moved -
IT'S REALLYA itern.lo'irkt I by )fro Walters seconded by

( P j Mrs Gorman and carried that a

JOYTO 01dFashloned set Of these encyclopedias be addedto SUNDAY and MONDAY

tlir Moore Haven High school

1k library Fred )10.\1.rra1. Paalelte Gotldard In 4

Upon motion by Mr. Snetl. seconded -
THEEVERGLADES
VISIT by )lr. Walters and carried SUDDENLY ITS SPRING

I all bills presented far payment were

ROOM approved

Aa.IppetlJCr t-poa motion by Mr Walter TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY 'N

seconded by Mr. Saeil and carried
the meeting adjourned Randolph Scott. In

AIR CO1D1T0.\K11 fur fine food %a
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COCKTAIL LOUNGEClewiston
Daiquiri -
L TaUahaF1t1rl4..
a July ttttt 1,41iOTi4'F. THURSDAY and FRIDAY


Inn Juan C.ac- In
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XttTICF: i. hereby ain that th.

THE SOCTrKS n\EST S>ULL HOTKL" Trustees Fast of the of State Jnumal. el FtorM.Improvement f r- .I 13 RUE MADELINE
want to tw, will OBT for Mto for
I objoction oaijr. la TaUafcai. FVor-
t ida at II'"* o'clock A. It Sept-mbrr ,
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