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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
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System ID: UF00028301:00207

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City Tax Assessment I i Work Expected to Start
l : School Opened Monday
I Soon On Section "C" II


I l z- Roll Accepted Tuesday I I Construction, REA With 275 Enrolled


E. F Moflain of th<' M Clam Knpmeering -
4-- Millage To Be Set At i!t Company of .\tlanlti. *ontrartors i I
** Baptist Church Will .i' for the engineering work Drivers Licenses Assembly Is Held Ins

s First Meeting In Be Ready for Use On I! on Cooperative Section "C'in of Highlands the Glades Electric County.was .|I Now On Sale At Auditorium Of ->

y* October i Sunday .in the local office this week i School -
Morning High
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cii:. ---- iI I: I II : aDd reports that sufficient progress Judge's Office

i The city eoDImiMloa.t Tuesday I -- I II haw been ssde om the engineeringthat
: night for the tetrad I', Leonard Brothers ot Miami ousted I II coastractiOB af the line may Drivers licenses for the fiscal The Moore Haven schools and the
time
as an I in Tuesday and immediately began be started very soon by Ute Irby' year beginning October 1, went on county colored schools got under
f gasalsatiea board following the:|(I the work of moving the Baptist Construction Company The "go I sale Tuesday at the office of County way Monday for the 1947-4 term
PWlcatl0n last week of a list of i I Church from its former location to ahead signal is expected' from Judge J. M. Copse at the court I with a total enrollment in the white
prop rttes in the city where vale1 -I Iltl new place atop the concrete national offices of the Rural Electrification house and at ten o'clock this morning school of 275. about the same as
I| block first Story completed some the at the beginning of last term. A
i 1 aliens had been raised following the Administration at any- total sale had been fifty-
i first time ago on the lot Immediately time. four operators licenses and seven I fall program was followed on open-
meeting of the equalization meet of the former location.
j Such Construction of the co-op's new chauffeur's licenses. Ing day because ofthe preparatory
board. good time has been made that it is power plant is going ahead steadily The first new license issued wentto period allowed this year for mak-
!i Despite the raise la the assessments planned to hold regular church here but some of the electrical Installations Judge Conse. ing schedules and by holding registration
f there were few protests after services in the building on the com- are proving to be almost A slight change was made in the last week.
: ; the reasons were explained at the ing Sunday. unprocurable and It may be license law by the recent legislature. The opening day assembly was
;I meeting and there Considerable work must yet be Heretofore held for the first time In
f were only three that use of the plant! may be held any motorist falling to many
i present who asked for a revision of"i' done on the first story portion up a little longer than anticipated renew his license before October 1 years in the newly redecorated high
l 1 .j assessments to place them more which is to house the Sunday Schoolrooms because of this. The new enginesare had to take a drivers examination school auditorium. The entire student
nearly In line with other and this will be done as funds now in place on the foundationof before the county road patrolman.This body was present as well as a
: > I in the town. These were property and material are available. The the building, having been placedby year if delinquent, he may goodly I number of parents which had
\ I alight changes were pastor Rev. John Moore expects the Leonard Brothers of Miami and pay a dollar penalty and Ret his the small auditorium pretty well
.R Couple of instance I room to be ready for use within two the walls are going up very rapidly license. However all those who filled.

f J. E. Frierson, chairman of the or three months. Plans call for a sub-contract by Richard R. apply for a license for the first The opening number was one.
I' board of county commissioners. appeared three department assembly rooms, Hooks of Clewiston.PAlMDAtE time, those having expired out-of- verse of America with Tom Moye.
I before the board and said. five classrooms a kitchen and two ----- -- state licenses and those delinquent I language Instructor at the piano. He
J : that while he did not protest the rest rooms. for as long as eleven months will played a couple of other number
.-1' raising of assessments which were, Temporary' steps will be provided be required to take the examination. and Rev. John )Moore pastor of the
") admittedly, too low, he felt that i to reach the auditorium until YOUTH IS I The price of licenses is $1.00 for Baptist Church, gave the invocation.
i with the present prospect for growth I such {Ime as permanent steps are the operator or average motorist Principal M. E. Morrison then Introduced -
()f the area that builders of rental constructed, probably of concrete. HELD CHARGED WITHSTOREROBBERYHERE license and 12.00 for chauffeur's the new teachers on the

,I properties might be discouraged by I. license. faculty and welcomed back the olds
the raise. He implied that the Fishermen. To Meet faculty members. Rev. Moore then
county might be able to help out in i ii Dr. Hollingsworth Is gave a brief, but inspirational talk
i meeting expenses of municipal operation -.Today In PalatkaTo to the students which was follow-
and asked that the com mis-, New Health Officer ed by a talk by .Ira. Margaret Far
Map Legal Fight
don, after figuring out the revenue -| James Crain, SC, of Palradale. nam county superintendent, a wel-
which would be derived from was arrested on Monday Of last week For GladesHighlandsDr. come to the students teachers and
; taxes this year, meet with the county I Attorneys for the Okeechobee and by Weet Palm Beach officers in that parent Rev W. S. Bozeman,
board to see if some solution I St. Johns commercial fishermen are city and brought back here and H. W. Hollingsworth was here pastor of the Methodist Church, then
I could be worked out for lower tax i meeting today In Palatka with representatives lodged In the county Jail charged this morning in his first visit as the gave a splendid talk to the student'
1 structure. : of the industry from with! the robbery several weeks ago new health officer for the Glades- and Prof. Morrison presented band
\t The commission expressed their the two areas to map plans for a of Parkinson' Store. Sheriff J. J. Highlands Health Unit He took and athletic letters for last year'
:i i appreciation to Mr. Frierson forth continuance of the legal fight to re- Wiggins and City Marshall Joe over the unit on September 1 to which did not arrive In time for
J offer of help aad for past kelp that,''open the two bodies to net fishiag. Crews drove to West Palm Beach relieve the former officer Dr. James commencement ,exercises last springy:
j the county has given when unusual It was stated earlierftn the week to bring back the prisoner, ?. Hall, who has been transferred to The exercise closed with 4 bene-
expenses arose bat ssfdjhcx farftr-Kt J17 UG...Stewart;repricaetinzth! Cram Is' said ,to-bave"admitted Jacksonville and made nperrisorot diction by Her. BoiwnaaX ._ ''- --
t" an assessment closer to actual ,prop Okeechobee Commercial Fisheries the robbery without implicating cancer research far the state: The opening enrollment, broken "
I I city values at the present time and t Association. anyone else. The officers did not Dr. Hollingsworth: is a native down ty trade is a* follows: first :-
' the amount of taxes raised be con Definite action Is said to bare make known his apprehension at Florldtan, having been born In I grade, Mrs. Griffith, 31; first grade.
trolled through the millage voted.i been deterred until after the decision -I once hoping that they might learn Clearwater but has been In the Mrs. Ewing, 17; second grade f
,i For this reason the millage will not rendered last Friday In Arcadia more from him by keeping quiet and private practice of medicine In : Mrs Greene. 28. third grade, Mrs.
be set until the October meeting by Circuit Judge W. T. Har- if there was an accomplice prevent- Lynchburg, Va., for the past elevenor : Norton, 2S) fourth grade. Mrs.
but the tax roll was accepted before -: rison who. for the second time. ing him from becoming alarmed. i twelve years. He has lust entered Bradford 27; fifth grade Mrs
I the meeting adjourned. ruled that the 1947 legislative act Grain was Immediately suspected I, the Public Health Service, this Yates, 24; sixth grade Miss Nor
The board also accepted the, exempting fishermen' from penalties after clothing which appeared slj -, being his first assignment He '. ton 18; specialized group, Mrs.
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j resignation of L. E Farnam as Fire for violation of game and freshwater j aiilar to his was found in the store I married and has three children and Mlnarich, II for a total of 174 In
Chief his reason for resignation fish commission ruling* was i I where he had changed and officers will reside in Sebring.Accompanying elementary school. Seventh grade
being a lack of gust to devote to the j void and Ineffective." The fishermen traced him to Lake Placid and dis- Dr enrollment was 28; eighth, 13;
work and JaMes A. Woodward who!] had anticipated this ruling I I covered that be bought a bus ticket here was Mrs Viola HOllingSworth"" ninth 18 for a total of it In Junior -
baa served as assistant chief was and the fight will now be carried j! there for MiamI. Instead accord- is supervisor of public health:! nursing high. The tenth grade enroll
appointed by the commission to to the Svprene Court. New counsel tag to the story he has told he got: in Highlands and Glades Conn- ment was 20, the eleventh grade
take I I
his place. for the fishermen. Pat Whltak-I I I off the bus In West Palm Beach and ties and is. at this time. tbe only 1C and the twelfth grade C for a
er of Tampa, plans to ask u-' after a few days bought a 1941 I nurse serving the two-county: anti total of 42 in senior high.
AN\Or\OEMKNT t preme Court for a constitutional Chevrolet coupe which he drove to The Hendry County board of commissioners The lunchroom also began operating
writ to permit the resumption of, Chicago.: He then drove back to'' on Tuesday approved on-the opening day and Is now
: W. M. Smile,. State Attorney fishing until such time as the fight West Palm Beach sold the car and ,[ tile entrance of that county Into the serving an average of 217 pupil
: wishes to announce that either he'or :' Is definitely ended in the courts. 'I remained- until found by officers Glades-Highlands unit and Dr. and teacher dan,. The lunchroom -
one of the assistants will be atj t I In a test case last spring John I there. Because of acquaintances he I i I HolUngsworth. after the first of was highly complimented this
the courthouse at Moore Haven ( \Vhidden, local fisherman submitted -, had in that city Sheriff Wiggins October will divide his time between week by the county sanitarian who
from 10 a. m. until 12 noon on to arrest for seining and Judge thought that be might have stopped the three counties on a basis said It was one of the cleanest and ..
Thursday of each week for the con- J. M Couse declined to try him in I off thereOf determined by the portion of his nicest lunchroom he had yet visit
renienee of the people of Glades county court under a ruling that, the amount of money stolen. (Continued on rage 8) ed. _
County (Continued on Page 8) II j said to have been well over i!.000.
1 I the officers recovered 1090.
j Crews said the reason given by I'Minutes of September'

If real:fast In Hollt/irootl Party Crain for entering the store was Meeting I
that "he had had a desire to do
I something of the kind since he was Of Hoard of Public Ins tr net ion '
Hilarious Success Last Xiyht a kid." He had been warned by
Crews the evening before the robbery --
i about drinking. He said that-l September 1. IS47 seconded by Mr Snell and carried
i TheBreakfast In Hollywood- .i her tackle box. I after a few days be had been tempted -,I The Glares County Board of Public . the superintendent was authorized
I party staged last night by the Wo- J. S. Aly wa proven to have the to return and give himself up Instruction met in regular session to purchase. four (4) additional I
: man' Club in1 the high !It'liooll1m-!I largest waist line of those attf'nd-I( but Just didn't know what to dO," on. the above date with all circulating oil beater like the one

i nat a': J JAly's
7 a very hUart.ns occasion with how he climbed the water pipe at ,T H. Snell and elton. Walters ------
approximately 1W enjoy i i i daughter Mrs. Edith Charyl .
crowd of
the back of tbe'store, found the I
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: Ing the dinner and the party. I j l I Iof I 1:I Milwaukee was awarded a prize I skylight and went through It Into The minutes of the last meetingwere 3-C Ranch Reported

Carried out In the manner of the for having come the longest distance the It ere. He admitted to ebaDg- read and upon motion by Mr. Sold To Swift & Co.:
famous Tom Breneman grogram i ij ;! to attend the atfir. ; Ray Donadl Continued on Page *) Walters, seconded by Mr. Snell and
j from Hollywood. Cal.. and'beard I!'! Gantt received an Immense cigar as carried, approved as read.

each morning from Monday through ;':i the prize for wearing the loudest Two Buildings Sold Robert Dupree appeared before A report this week that the 3-C
j' Friday cslrg material famished necktie the board asking restoration of Ranch lying Just west of Moore
free by Ton Breneman and his' A bouquet of flowers was presented During Past WeekSale one-half credit la biology. The Haven had been sold to Swift and I
sponsors, the affair proved to be to Mr. T. W. Weeks a* the board dismissed Robert for a discussion Company.. been partially substantiated '
all that could have been expected "Good Neighbor." This choke I of the matter. Upon mo-t bat it I* understood that I
I f Sonny Stalls taking the part of the was made by citizens writing post-: Of two of the principal business tion by Mr. Suet, seconded by Mrs. I piper hare not a* yet been filed.
famous Master of Ceremonies
As Is the case witla11.. ,dally Week received the greatest nami|: reported this week. it was decided that the action of I acre of land, largely muck and ,
I A. Schroeder has purchased the
the awarding of a br of votes. the principal be upheld. j !semi-muck lie between N whaH
i radio program | Baker Building from Mrs. A. M.
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pris for the most ridicvio; tat The orchid for the oldest mother|i Baker of L xington. Ky. This The colored contract bus driver I Lateral "B and Main's Corner oa f.
i the H. Settlewhite from Benbow's Camp Jessie Beile the south aide of Highway 2f to
occasioned the great funfest of present went to Mr* C. building has the Greene and Davis
f t evening. The decision was a dif Mrs. Carr Settle won the i Stores and the Moore Haven Williams appeared before the board Lake Hkpochee. It... -Started... ;
Appliance -
I ; ladle which drawn by i asking for as Increase In salary !several years ago by officer of tfea J
ficult one for all of the wore wishing ring was j Co.. shop and store on the
: 'lot reeeiv-i, transportation of these children Florida Citrus Caaaer Corporation ;
toe Mrs. Vernon Cochrane
hats specially made for occasion i floor the Greene and
and Miscue
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mother : over that of last year. The board Clark Norman and Fish and operated
and an very cleverly gotten up, ed hose as the youngest
t apartments and several other rooms i
i! discussed the matter, but deferred
by them until about
a year
becoming :
well that they were present. 1j
f some so on the second floor.
I action until next meeting. ago when it wa leased to Lykes
rather taaa ridiculous. Mrs. Mr Foster chairman:
l Harry was i The second sale was the Swtn-
Upon motion
by Mr. SaeU. seconded Broa. Cattle Company.
t J. H. DUley was finally awardedthe of the committee which arranged t dall Service Station building two F
prize a pair of hose. for the the dinner and were responsible for stories with vp-stairs apartment by the by Mr. Walters and carried Swift and Company are aaU,to ,
t hat which was made up out of the the success of the affair and tbe Mrs. SwtndaR to her son-in-law and meeting adjourned until 1 have been interested ta thr'tract r

i I contents of her fishing kit. complete thanks of the club are extended to I daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ahera. P. The m. board for several year a* a f.Ueahtc", f .
reel. To maker reconvened at 1:00 tar* for their cattle and It'1a:' &W
t to the rod aid Tom Breneman for making the material The sale price on the two properties -
I it even more, realistic ah* carried and the idea available. t t1 was not disclosed. p.Upon o. with motion all member present j! to be the bet potential improve.' ,"
by Mr. Walters,j[ pasturage in the section. '
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II riO i\J\ By KATHLEEN NORRIS THERE'S more the to dull our facts govern and

I TRAIN THEM EARLY j figures contained in text books

i is a woman in our Household tasks require certain Did you know, for instance tail _
T-HERE
I talks constantly skill; cooking erea more. I four pairs of our Presidents were
she and
help needs Many mothers think it is easier relatedf
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w yet who won't have help. I've Se.TAat f
do the work themselves than
I to '
tile "SUr Spangled Bunei' 4"14 -
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known her fairly intimately to teacL their daughters net become our national anthem until UU ;
I twenty and I know now sweep That a President caa be Impeached but a
years 'I
t t # and dust and mend, to prepare concressmu Cannot?
j of the
that she never will get out meals and buy food. Tit girls Do you know wfcy "eapitoT' sad "eapi.
I \ discontented complaining rut in tal' are spelled differently Bumtrtdi oftntertftinc
ti. grow up without any sense of rrsponability. question about the cover
1 which she is intrenched.She aftustomedto meat era answered te booklet tth SOS, ,
They are Send 23 cents ID coins for **Ks w Tar
,1 has four children, a not-too- having mother do everything.Tt GeYe.M" to Wrtkfr ftcvtpaprr Bern
successful husband and a large ke M) true ITtt u.. New lark II.M. f.
house. Two rooms in the house are toys in the family art eyes Print name, address, booklet tills ad
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; less concerned with the house. No. 362.Todas
occupied by boarders. That represents -
a lot of work; Hannah Woods They u""uubrulllr,. When
II II Ij I j does it all they know that they can leave of India Live on

i She gets up at 6, or even earlier their clothes and other things Ijing I Neighbors; Deify Cow
if unfinished 'jobs spoil her sleep. about, ttHIfiJnllhlll mother '
Her first hour in the kitchen is one
will pick everything up, there isno 'I The Todas of southern India, a
1J mad whirl; coffee pots, griddle, incenth for them to Jo even tribe of 700 aborigines who still

orange squeezer sugar bowl, table- a small short of the housework. i permit brothers and friends to
toasting breaking She
1 setting eggs.
Hannah about whom have wives fax devote
Miss Nor- common
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tears the tops off milk and cream i
-.. -...- .. bottles whips plates into the oven ns writes today, is just such amotber. little time to a profitable occupa
"n.,. Crisp! Htrt't that 5nr,,,wbro.Ier.d rushes to stir bacon, rushes backto She bus four children, a i I tion as they are supported largely

sitar |A. ted+.. ITcn'i.: put spoons and sugar on the ta- husband and three boarders to I by a neighboring tribe which

ble. The family and the boarders tart for. Her lift is oar long i veneration.regards them with superstitious

11r. straggle in, and sometimes the girls round jof cooking, btd- ui.g, I The Toiler themselves
r.u so worship the that their
THE WORLD AT ITS WORSt'AfIER By Gluyas Williams dawdle to the sink with their emptied sweeping and dusting. cow
plates and cups, and sometimes Nobody temple is a dairy presided over
ct, they don't does anything for her. No one I by their chief holy man who de-
.1 ) makes his bed sanctifies the sacred milk before
even
LIL own or bangsup
: Nancy and Babs go off to office
( his clothes. The I its distribution.
tre 'sobs Stan to college and Bill to girls both
school Hannah clears the table, work; the sons art in school. A I -

rl I It i. piles things in the sink goes upstairs little help from everyone would :
":1 to struggle for a long hour lighten the burden on Hannah

with beds linen, bathrooms. Yes, tremendously, but she doesn't get Yodora
14 and does all the incidental things; that little help. It is largely her
laundry must be gathered; the flowers
,:>. own fault, comments Miss Norble .
J in Babs' room are faded; Bill checks
HtJ has left broken glass on the bathroom ril.

I 1 Down floor. Mother heatcu and perspiration j

I weary by goes this time to dust the parlor do absolutely rothing at all.They ,

put the records back in their strew newspapers, cigarettes,
-A.t ashes, garments, bottles about the odor
places straighten the chairs carry
house as they would not dare scatter

I pop bottles out to the kitchen.
IN them in a public park.
Then to the kitchen itself, and she Till WAY
aprt5 is often still there when Bill comesin Girls Never Help.

for twelve o'clock lunch. The daughters, 19 and 21 now old Made with s/ .erttm lot*.Kbdora
:nonpi t Dozens of Tasks.It enough and capable enough to systematize is oc&offy sooCtaif to wens? skins.

-u isn't only the dishes. It's the the work of the house so No hank CBemieals or Irritating
fret interruption of telephone, grocery that no one felt the burden, drift islts. Wonl kna skia et ctotainc.

amt r deliveries, tailor odds and ends of aimlessly through the domestic Steyr .alt and enasy. Beret gets

extra cleaning, consolidating food, scene like absent-minded automata. grsioy.

.tk;to'ih 'mUt" : fI IAN 1$31V S It' 1:1,:"f &; s51fcif lb RAlIt i AAD I planning meals and scraping vegetables They their hair are amiable girls, who set Try scnfa Ybdora-/& wm&rfal
for them, mixing desserts. on Sunday mornings and difference!
YOU WnuNOT WW9 gt68RSND: CAftNAel6't18fitWtt! ;J I
11tl1 1t4Pi+M'11V ASSCRf VbUR\ (Kt> .''tNC AID CPM>! fwd 1'-.111 'oP6 S1NZiED "L.) JU'R I of eight praises her generously. afternoons, and regard Ma as
Lots .J But the pattern of steady housekeeping just a darling old self-sacrificing angeL tasl""a let tl d"
4 tar
Lou steady routine work week And unquestionably Ma regards 1Q
I out and week in, exhausts her- herself somewhat in this light
1:1:{ BACK HOME AGAIN Ed Dodd i body mind and spirit. She does too, instead of the slack mother: and
Lot l.otLeu By ; rest sometimes, in the ,afternoons, housekeeper she really is. a.a..

but it is rest punctuated by uneasy Twenty years ago, when these
lwtei Oi4HwNI'S UWN'T wWTCUAMEANCOEaPY: 1k'EYTOUCNONE07iJO4E I thoughts about the extra cream, the children should have been receiving
I piwtST time the smoked tongue will take to< their training not only in helping, ar..s..u..wer
nJEyAtAkT 1NE At4kEGCW
I cook the non-delivery but in seeing for themselves what
CREEPY 7i'tW65 PETS IN WE %IORW! E4TIN, I sweater the promise she m demo there was to do. Hannah's atttud* Advertisement MeanA
FOR A MiWON JitST gOtD rIA1 ONCE7X i telephone Bill's gym teacher. She was one cf indulgent impatience

QXLAR5! GO AIIEADtWV IT. 'looks wearily at the magazine "Oh, laws, they're mace trouble YouiTrMvECZBMa
I coasting from their stand, at an than they are help," Hannah would Saving to

overlooked ash tray, at the rip in tell me, as she bustled capably ---- '.---- --
the window shade. about "If you could see the way
I In short, Hannah Woods has they make beds The sloppy way
i I made her life into the pattern in they wipe dishes Babs tried to
: which a devoted, hard-working .I mix batter
stupid pancake for me ;yester Quickly apply toothmg? and com-
I unsystematic woman often day flour everywhere on her fortiM ORArS OdiTUENT trial
struggles for years, and she doesn't arms and the table-everywhere. I Its wholesome a&tiseptica and z.
know the out. tune aidiof medication Nothinr else
I way asked Stan to peel some peaches like It
1 -nothlnr or
I, She loves her children better than the other day. I wish you could have pleasant for ei so caused skia
her own life, but she has carefully seen the mess. And Nancy, with troubles. =c. Get package today. _

j i raised them not only to wreck ber her crowd, making candy; Well, ----- -- --
j marriage, but some day to make I could have made four batches cf

,;pnN. i rr | failures of theif own. Sally Babs candy In half the time and with GIRLS! WOA4IN! b
t.r tMe" Stan and Bill have never been half the fuss."
t tik + i trained or asked to help Mother. Hannah didn't try ibis if yet**;
t expect the
we I i They would be children
innocently shocked
:o "t through all their
i to know how deeply they have failed schooling NERVOUS
( her and how without .help., patience guidance ,
cruelly she has But because
J fto..J....... i failed them. enced housekeepers they were in not experi a'seTxll aitrsl -
These their early
boys, who could toss
open teens
she
drove them
their own beds, hang up towels and kitchen, took tasks from the acts soak* Poe Ml Bamoa,tart t***.
pajamas wipe the line from., out of their a rank sail ttr.d oatat rrteL tatret _
I the i
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The new preacher had arranged 'i I.-

to preach on Jonah and the whale. A TAI ER information on voriovs subjects _' = ar :
Eke was very nervous. i

"And for three days and three AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI-AN.AANAI-w.Ati AFtitiAA {

nights"" he began, "Jonah- was in The Question 7. Which is the most populous

theHe of the South American countries?
blushed,stammered stopped : 1. Who said: "When there is

then started again: ."For three f, an income tax, the just man will The Answer
tars and three nights Jonah" pay more and the unjust less on 1. Plato.
the same amount of income" 2. Yes. The Union ship Hear-
Once !more be was covered with
confusion, and once more he I' 2. Was a battle of our Civil sage sank the Confederate cruiser

topped and mopped his: face. war ever fought in Europe? Alabama in European waters o3

from which the perspiration was i 3. Where is the Valley. cf Ten; Cherbourg, France. R I
pounng. i Thousand Smokes 3. Alaska.

Then he gathered his courage in I! 4. How did Julius Caesar meet 4. He was assassinated.

both hands, and with a mighty effort his death? 5. 368 degrees.
he finished triumphantly: I 5. What is the number of degrees 6. The CaspIan. which is 709

"And for three days and three around the equator? miles long and vanes between MO

I Bights Jonah was in the society I 6. What ie the torfieat inlandsea and 388 miles wide.
II Df the whale." in the world? 7. BraziL

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to-Mc eaarti and tha s. and complet dllecttoot vt
-make aeedteworfc cast
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current tumUtlum. sttcktlr 'a.re Urn to +
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Srvtaf Orel VteCvcrUt Jttrpt
544 w. KMk4pk St. CUcat. M, U. I
o Enclave X cent far --. :

No Economy Note-Corned Beef PinwheelsSee
( recipe below.)
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i i l O OTHER CEA'.Gi'\ES Budget Pointers ', LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU I I

: MORE! Eti'Ew"Y! !GET TP E 'Tht- '. a tendency to go along I \
Bees Don't See Red- I ORJG.\L f E1..L..OOG CORAL with the crowd when it comes to Corned BelfHash Rolls i

Even "-1ken They Sting RAKES IN 'THE WHITE, spending money Sweet Molded Sour Pear Green Salad Beans t.
lVDOtT especially on
RED, AW GRaJ PACWV3S.RS3tttMOK.FAMySlZ Crusty Rolls Beverage
1 Bees can see most colors, but 1i1 L food instead of Date-Nut Custard Pudding ,
what can
seeing
are color blind to red. For that
S Recipe given.
: reason flowers dependent upon be done to stretch !
.
bees for pollination are seldom the food dollar.

red. Poppies are an exception to Getting the most butter. Bake in moderate
a dot with a -
out of the food
this rule however due to their _
until the
S50-degre) oven
dollar does not, fortunately mean
peculiar construction-for poppiesnot white of the egg is cooked but the
that we have to tighten our belts;
only reflect the red which
rays 5 tender. This win take five to
yolk
humans see. but in addition: a it just means a bit of maneuvering.In
1 the midst of soaring food eosts.there' six minutes.
large percentage of the ultraviolet the kind to.the *budget
Among
plenty of help for the woman
I rays beyond our vision. It is
; i these ultra-violet rays which at- who wants it, and today's recipes Item is corned ... \1'
beef hash that .. 0 '
\ designed to plenty of .
are give
you
tract the bees, and not the red. comes canned :;; .
1-_ food for thought. Give your family
- -- - and readytoserve. -
\wr a change ef menu, and give the
'
budget a chance to stay within its It p easily
I r dressed in pin- .,..
7075 i limits at the same time. op i "'"
There are several general rules to I wheels of baking
Look How Main Street .....
biscuitdough
S follow: Buy wiseIdon't overbuyand powder j
FLOWER.FESTIVAL that'ssimply \
A let food waste and ? and certain
go to ; serve
irresistible' motifs Twelve intotheinch I Has Grown cook whatever you have properly to be a favorite with the mea
splashy chrysanthemum of the house.
and don't toss left
away good
j cross-stitch for linens '|I It overs. Ceraed Beef Hash Bells.

or curtains. For main dishes can (Serves I)
I yon can on
t i good quality proteins for front line 1 cap sifted floor

duty: they're cheaper than the expensive 2 teaspoons baking powder I
CLuhRJlnfd a yiar I cuts of meat and do Just I. H teaspoon salt
,
as much. for you 1( C1I'JIi shortening
U Ji cap milk t11poond
J Macaroni-Cheese Soaffie. can corned beef bask
11iiltiJ; !, (Serves C) Hat dry Ingredients together and

1 cup cooked nsearoal sift Work in shortening. Add liquid

Your brown and white saddle 1 cup sweet cream or condensedmilk gradually mixing to a soft dough* .
Roll to a thickness of about one-
shoes should be cleaned each.day.
H cap butter .r substitute fourth inch. Spread corned beef hash '_
shoes never a
sloppy shabby are
i 1 cap soft bread crumbs on dough; rod and cut in four parts.Place .
sign of good styling H green pepper, minced on a greased cookie sheet
-e- 0
1 medium green onion, misted '
lifting with a pancake turner).
retain their -
Root vegetables nutritive i 1 tablespoon chopped parsleyH
Bake in a moderately hot (400-dev
value and freshness ksger
cheese '
H grated Cheddar
for 30 minutes. *
)
tree oven
trimmed off before
If the taps are Salt and pepper
For an easy vegetable, take a can i
they are nortd.e- 4 eggs, separated of green beans and make this: i

Shake Turkish towels vigorously Cook macaroni in' boiling, salted .Sweet Soar Green Beans. _, '
TMs vK water until tender. Drain; scald (Serves I to S) ..
to dry
before
banging > "mSJc and R a J.other ingredients. Stir 2 strips bacon a. ..i.
remove wrinkles and raise the 'E-E; 3 tMn IoU in & aJ
ea
1 -
nap.'C- Part of Every Dollar You Get ,beaten whites. Turn info 1 freased 1 }sg1uli c.. 2 tia pnJ green eaaTie'-. -t
casserole and set ia a pan of hot
2
which kept in a toolbox teaspoons sugar
Tiles are
should be wrapped separatelyn Comes From World Trade .water. Bake in a moderate (350- Salt and pepper
) oven for one hour. Serve '#
heavy paper or cleat to protect with M cap vinegar .
them from other tools. mushroom or pimiento cream Cut the bacon in haf inch pieces.1 '1
sauce. i Brown lightly with diced onion. Add -a
Eggs Foo Tomato I liquid drained from green beans. i
(Serves C) .
Cook down -
to about
I H cup. Add remaining -
beaten
eggs ingredients and beans. ::
1 N.. 2 can beta sprouts Heat and serve. -

2 tablespoons chopped green pepper If you want to keep the budget
shredded ion
H cap *
trimmed don't splurge on desserts.
1 teaspoon salt
Date-Nut custard hd4lat.
Li teaspoon pepper
'
a. t \4 pound masarooms sliced, U (Serves C) 1-
l
desired egg 1
Add salt and pepper to eggs and 1 cap milk -

EXPERIENCE ITS GREAT TO beat .eil. Add remaining ingredi 1 tablespoon sugar
H
salt
ents. Taste andadd I. teaspoon
DURING THE _
Dash .f Clansmen* '
GETCAMELSSHORTAGE.TAUGHT more seasoning ;
1 H teaspoon crated semen rind ,
WARTIME CIGARETTE - > if desired. .
AGAIN REGULARLY. For each cake 1 S-ounce eta dale-out bread
.
ME 'I'. measure out: *4 ''q: I Beat egg slightly add milk sugiar -

THERES WO OTHER = THEY SUIT ME cup of the r store and salt. Cook m a double" boiler
and use 1 until mixture coats the pOOD. Remove -

CIGARETTE LJKI TO A' tablespoon of fat _' 1 from hot water and stir ia
lemon rind and cinnamon. date- _
Cut
for frymg. Pour mixture into skillet 1|
!! a nut bread ifito pieces and combine
A CAMEL ,, leveling vegetables evenly over .
with custard. CIill.I
tie surface of the cake. Brown on f
both sides About five I! Here's a cookie that will take care
turning once.
I! of leftover egg whites and bread -
minutes are required to cook each
cake. Serve with soy sauce. I| crumbs. Serve it with fruit for.a
nice, fight dessert
't Rice Nests With Egg. Pecan Brvwaies. _'__.
ajy (Serves I) (Makes J distal T :

>4 cop batter or sabsUtate ? egg whites ; -

Itt caps cooked rite 1 cap brows sugar 4
I slices batonS
H teas?*** maple Caveriag !
eggs I top pecans. chopped
Salt sad pepper L cap tee dry bread mats

Butter a baking dish and place Beat fUtdtes until stiff add ;
: rice in it, forming nests out of it sugar and navormg. Stir well. then > -
.n with a spoon. Broil the bacon and fold in cuts and crumbs. Shape .

JfHEtJae place one strip around each nest into cma3 balls, place oa a greased --
jy jyz r0' holding It in place with a toothpick. baking pan and bake ia avslow tomf
Break an egg ia each nest and I degree oven for about 20 nunutes.KteH _

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GLADES COUNTY- I a filling station with a modern] march as Its poisonous waters ** I

apartment upstairs for his family.It sweep on to new areas, killing an Bass Fishing Improves

DEMOCRAT was the only modern business manner of sea life, endangering -I

MOORE HATEJT. FLORIDA building constructed here for many: swimmers caught in Its vicious embrace

years, built during depression yearsI making homes untenable, and In Spite Of Bad Signs? : 1

Catered a..cond-dun matter list can't remember exactly which threatening the public health. ,
I. 1)27 at the Poatofflce at Moor no one
HaYeD Florida, under the Act of -
Congress of March 1. Ill?. it really still remains in the fam scientists offer their pet snakes
answer People who fish according to the I with local poisonous shpt(( : -
I ily. explanations as to the cause of the sign and portents have been shaking ,' be warned to avoid even smaQ,_ ;-

; P..li.h<4 Every Friday/ tide. They say that minute organisms their heads daring the past j seemingly innocent reptiles in tiI .. ':. {
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THE .LADE PRI\TIK CO I.. The commercial fishermen took i which have developed in week.: Those who fish "by themoon" Devil's Garden vicinity It" thereu-
CARR SETTLE PvklUkcrOBC another set-back last Friday when I I i the water, attach themselves to the i I :
say it's all wrong. Baro-, the pygmy rattler abound oft n?,: ,
!
Circuit Judge W. T. Harrison rendered -'I gills of fish and smother then to miter boys, who want a certain 1in the road, seldom more than tea;.:

u..rlptl. Itatrat a decision against them In':!j death l by preventiag their breathing. reading before they'll cast, hare not ,I.inches in length and very often :lei '

Tear _ $2.Z4 Arcadia. After getting as many 1 Others blame it upon residue from been casting and the wind baa been lag to rattle before striking. Al.--.
; I hard knocks as they have one would : streams and rivers washed into the the 1'! it is :, -
lu JI..e. a1.Z13JEANDEINGS : wrong. Those who subscribe to though not deadiU called s
think they'd be discouraged but itfaa't | waters of the Gulf or say it M cawed calendar for fishermen say the fish "sickly" snake and will make ff*r-

I I apparent, yet. They're placing:J by an over abundance of fresh I are too light on neb publicationsfor wish you woe dead as one gtii,,;;:,
lot of dependence in their
a new that'
Mane hold the opinion
water. its being any ne to go after the familiar with the i'I ("oa1. Pat \Vbitaker of Tampa and poison gu containers dropped in batt. Others who jut go out and',1, It. All reptiles in that satin ,'.,i,'

; Ii a meting is planned in Palatka today Gulf water by the Army have try their lack hare reported that', should be given a wide.. and ,...!
_
I between the attorneys for the i
I I poisoned the waters. It is knownI the ttafetag has bee remarkably ;, table berth. -
1 By Carr Settle ffefcenaen and representatives of i I that quantities of gas were disposedof for the fear days.
It. industry in the two areas affected ' good past In FisheaJng (reek bigwere ..... J
i I'I to lay plans for the fight to: in this naaaer bat Army officialssay The improvement made itself felt reported sulking deep im ram; ;
that it could not be the eaas
i Remember last ..-e-ek.-e were be carried to the supreme court.!I' last week, and has been getting,[I: water. requiring River Runts ':
the
I Analysis of both Maples of .er..1
,.. ,
\0' streamer ever since. Boat j other water lures. Silver d ;"
waiting hear from Tropical Sugars And Attorney Whitaker has said: i i deep
water and of the dead fish baa
: -waiting to get a letter which that he would ask for a constitutional shown arsenic and are finding their lack holdr with the!j i gold spinners took a few large we "
of ,
was supposed to hare been wrlttenl writ to permit the fishermen, traces as old Frog Spots and Johnson spoons; from the bridge just before Oap-
I arsenic te of the elements em-
one
sports1aaa
a week before to Mayor iu. to resume their trade until the i and pork rind. One local ton's Store at .La heport 9 D4ay r
I Well we're still waiting for that' length court fight is ended. Ifs I ployed in the manufacture of Lew- tried a variation of the pork I evening, with Roger Hensby ef SC;!--.

: letter and even, if we give them the that could have been done in the isite and other gases, this fact seemsto rind, using a long thin red cloth in Petersburg and Harry hereon of: ""

benefit of every doubt we'll still) beginning a full year would not have I might strengthen be Justification the belief for that the there gas its place, with good results. I Tampa sharing honors with two tea. ;

3 have to conclude that they're verypoor been lost by the industry. Under theory. Bank fishermen, who whip the pounders, neither of. which were """

J correspondents.I standing no more about legal mat streams and canals in the vicinity entered in the Bass Contest -.

sincerely hate to write the mill ters than I do about all I can thinkof Bathers in Gulf waters infected have reported heavier strings but Indian Prairie Caaal Pftdtlce4If
with the tide have experienced skin
!
q off as another bursted bubble and now is to keep our fingers cross lighter bass the average running several good string of bream and<<, ', ;
will still have to admit that there ed. eruptions similar to burns from around three pound from the ca- I cats, but few bass were taken from .;

is some logic in the arguments that poison gas according to attending nals. These fishermen hare found that usually good place over the pant ,-J'ffI
the
physicians. None of cases has
the many delays are natural; onest success with the topwater lures including week High water was Warned for
.7 t
F H+>O+:"-. proven of a serious nature although faithful Dalton
the old
but there have been too many -- the bass's lack of Interest there. -
i promise of action "in a couple of several persons were confined to Special with a flash finish, and almost I Beyond Lakeport several large basi "

f Weeks" as the weeks have dragged Too Late To Classify hospitals the danger for treatment.officials Recognising of Gulf- any plug with a red head and were caught at_ about the point:'-

t into months and the months almost white body has proved acceptableto :. where dragUnea are working on tht '
Coast in Infectedarea
the
r into a No definite commitments communities Sir Bass's taste daring the last from roadside canalsr
year. Br RUSSELL KAY immediately placed a ban on new highway. ..:
have been made, no contracts day or two at sunset in the canals. I. and clayponds. .>,
;
bathing as well as fishing.It
t have been signed and the officers 'Cooo o : Spots recommended are the canals -'
that with the I
f haven't flown down to see us In a seems strange all bordering the road to La-
money spent by the government in i Dies In
t good months. Belle, the Devil's Garden Road, Negro
many 1 For two months or more residents
state and federal bureaus for '
} Perhaps the letter will be forthcoming of a section of Florida's Gulf Coast lic welfare and conservation, pub-that south sunset from Route 50 about, with five the miles best Wreck Near Here

f ; perhaps their explanation from Ft Myers to Tarpon Springs the scientists and authorities at spots being
E of the deiay will again sound plausible have been plagued with a mysterious their command are unable to offer south of the state highway; and the On SaturdayHendry
Keri road as far as the gate.
so that our natural optimismwill so-called "red tide" that has real
help in this emergency.
; return but I've about concluded killed and continues to kill millionsof The best spots can be Judged
i that its time that we found out I fish, casting their stinking While these governmental agencies from a moving auto by observingif ( County Newt

: something definite, even if It meansa bloated carcasses on the beaches.It are efficient when it comes to collecting -I the "hole" is wide enough for a Oscar Brooks colored, rewire "

: trip by someone to Louisiana.I has caused damage estimated fees and dues and are nota rood cast Best time is between fatal injuries in a wreck at tiV- .

; The fall planting season has i arrived in the millions from loss of summer bit bashful when It comes to ask sunset and dark, and best baits are Junction of the Fort Denaud road

,! and many would-be cane growers tourist trade at beach resorts and ing or the legislature for Increased red-heads. A new upright plug and State Road 80, west eDit Saturday -

would like to start preparing their 1 has put commercial fishermen out budgets they appear absolutely was introduced in this vicinity this morning when be ran hit

land either for cane or for vege-t of business. helpless in the face of a situation week, and received a good average UfO Ford pkk-ap into a ditch to

table crops. Flooded conditions on ;I I, In desperation, local residents that is really serious and calls for of strikes. The ping is weightedat avoid a collision with another ear-

the south side of the lake during have turned to state, county and quick and decisive action. They the lower end, and plops en- earning onto the highway from the

the summer has created a demand federal government for help, but despite can catch the fisherman who pulls tlcinglr as it's retrieved. Fort Denand road. He died In a
i. for farming land In this area, I am I the millions of taxpayers' in a trout out ot season or attempts Tourist. and those familiar colored hospital In Tort Myers that
to boat without
operate a a
told. It Isn.t quite fair, In my Money spent annually for the main- night from internal Injuries.

opinion for the sugar interests to tenance of bureaus, boards and license the, but wholesale can do nothing destruction to prevent of- lag the meeting to discuss last J. H Booth la reported t. have

do any further procrasti !ting. commissions set up in the public minute details." been the drint $I the! car which
millions of dollars worth of food
welfare, the State Conservation De- fish and This meeting will offer came In from the county<< road.
a condition that threatens
Two real estate transfers make partment, the Federal Bureau of tation lines, hotel and tranlpor-I This was the only auto accident
to wipe out the commercial fishing
front page news this week, the sale Fisheries, the State Board of Interests of the West Coast. operators and others an oppor- reported over the Labor Da111'eek".
of the Baker Building by Mrs. A. Health, the Department of Fish and I tunity to "parade the wares they end.

M. Baker to A. Schroeder a resident Wild Life Conservation and several Maybe they couldn't do anything will have in service to offer nertwinter' I

of the city for Just a coupleof others, none of these agencies has about it the first week, or even the vacationists." Yf\lYJJ SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
years; and the sale of the Swin- so far been able to offer a solution first month, but now that two

dall Building by Mrs. J. C. Swlndall to the problem or give any serviceIn months have gone by the situation -

to her ron-in-law and daughter, Mr. meeting the emergency. continually grows worse. it seems

and Mrs. Robert Abern. The sale Handicapped with lack of funds that something could be done for

price of these important business and limited as to equipment with the suffering residents ot the afflicted

buildings has not been learned. which to work, County Boards have area and the commercial, Get the Habit of Shopping at_

A great many years have passed done everything possible to disposeof fishermen who have seen their I w

and my memory Isn't Quite as goodas the tons of dead fish cast upon business ruined through no fault of 3

it should be but I'm under the the beaches, but the area affectedis their OWI1.Causeway.

impression that the Baker Building so vast and the problem so difficult TW I. _

was tbe first Main Street buildingto that the effort has been lit-\ and Park

be rebuilt after the destructivefire tle more than a token compared to "FamilyDept. FortSlyer
of 19il when sixteen business it
the gigantic task presents. Nearing CompletionAt
buildings and a couple of homes Appeals to Tallahassee and Wash- .
went up in smoke in a couple of ington have brought sympathetic ex- Miami *.
hours. It was the Smith building t
pressions from senators, representatives Store Fla. '
then about the size It Is now except
department and bureau officials
MIAMI :S (FNS Dade
Sept -
that
it frame and
was a structure but
nothing concrete in the Rlckenbacker
IS,000.000
county's
as it stood Just a short distance
of assistance in r.
way or finding a Causeway and Crandon Park
from the building In which the fire solution to the problem. are

I started was quickly destroyed. The Professors from the University nearing formally opened completion with and a will colorful be Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or MoreBUT
J owner. J. E. Smith, Immediately began -
of Tampa and University of Miami
in the form of three-
1 ceremony a FROM OUR
rebuilding this time a more C.\T.\LOG-Onr 10OOOO Items
a* well as officials of the Federal day festival starting November !.
nearly fire-proof structure with Bureau of Fisheries have been
The farther
brick walls and a frame Interior huge project enlarges .
making Investigation baTe
They Miami's recreational facilities and 1
Tbe building was acquired by the I Ii examined the ifh killed by the! ,
provides added attraction for
an _. .
late A.I. Baker In the |
early - -
Mague. analyzed the water of tbe i later visitors.roerBof I 'y : -
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his
thirties and widow who resides) -
killing tide" and given a number of I
4S
of all states well
t as
has retained the
In Lexington. Ky.
explanations, none of which has!
I f until the sale this week !' as many LatIn Amerieas dlnHarie j
title !
. t biped to star the destruction on I have been invited to Governor Mil GLADES THEATREnIool'e
The Swindali building j mu.hmore meet the t mprgpncyIn j
lard Caldwell to take part In the i
: modern luring been Milt by the meantime the festive
destrut'tlvel! event
the late J. C Swindall to serve as rod
tide'continues
j 1 its lethal C II. Craadon. mainnan of the

11; un__ Board of County Commissioner, Haven : : : Florida

I : and other Miami leaders claim the I

I park will prove one of the most

; I popular in the Americas because of

Zits I unique features and outstanding SUNDAY
ji natural attractions. and MONDAY

It provides for over two miles of j

FLAMING f beautiful bathing beach with no

j undertow or battering snit since it John Payne and June Haver in

% j Is protected by a coral reef. More

than 4,000 cocoanut palm trees provide
.
shade for the 1.S09 acres of


4; L DAIRY FEEDRoughage J' landscaped Florida State ground. C. of C. "Wake Upibid



Call for Development

I and Concentrated Feeds Dream"In


'''' Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users --JACKSONVILLE A meeting of the, Sept.Florida jFN3)State

(r Chamber of Commerces advertising ( Technicolor)
; FOR SALE' LV THIS AREA AT nKIITDRlI\a PLAXT INtt and tourist development division

tt- MOORE BAn has been called by ChairmanJoe

'' H. Adams for September 22 at
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) Miami Beach. i iI
LATEST FOX
MOORE HAVE, FLORIDA I "At no other time" Adam said, NEWS :

"have we been better prepared for

i the tourist season, but we are call- :'" : :_ =- -=_ .: :IJ - -
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GLADES roC TT DDIOC1U.T

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at the home of Mr and Mrs J. S. hunting permits for a series
!ii WUJmgham. The name of the three-day hunts to be staged thM r or without furaitare Mrs. L M..
young,lady has not been learned.KornegayClick fail in the U8oU" acre Apalachkola Lilly Box 212, Moore Have. Flo*

I PERSONAL and SOCIETY I National Forest BeD C. Ida. Ue.,
:Morgan
Came and Fresh: Water
Fish Commission director said tod .
I L i ,. FOR SALE-New Puritan S fL deep-
f The eBgageatent of Miss Viola freezer |125 cash; also puah-type;
I II I . . ........,..............AAAA.LbH . . Mae Kornegay. daughter ef Last year Banting was permitted lawnmower cheap. Mrs. D.
- - 'T "" --li"'I7g ;; ; I H Mr and G.
Mrs H. J. DuBosr and daughter., Mr. Mrs. Herbert Kornetray of Arcadia, ia the forest for six days the first Settle Moore Haves.
Fare were visitors here: Wednesday. Cove and Mrs. final Boe of Green to Robert Wendell Ok*; sen of Mr. time ia It years it had bees opened -
Springs were weeks 1ii- and Mrs. to hunters DeeMtan to extead FOR
lore here Herbert Cttek of Lake- S\LE-Paadry store defog escelieM -
Miss hut Mo port ia announced this the period to 18 days this year ".IJ1
r* spent the week week, the u. Terms; write or
ea. wttk her aarettU in Lake H... Mr aid Mrs Jean Loath and wedding to be aa erect of S.n4ay. was made because of reeeat cla.agei se. Mrs. D. C. Settle, Moore Haven
September 14 caused by boar to bogs and apiaries I
assghter.
Dorwtk of AJts-n, Hl, ar- in the forest, Morgaa .*... The
letter Barraa
saeat the week v4 TaeaAar for Tae weddio will be held sTra
a _" TMt u the 1.nmaU peauing. etMn-
sod with ...&.. ta Jaebo me. *fch his nether. Mrs. First Christiaa Ckarrh of Arcadia ttree-day aaats are sctedaled. for hoes heifer red and
wait
Harry Faatar ; with
Oct. 8, 15. 22. 29 and Nor. S and
sad Mr. Power oa tile above date at Z:W J. a. Notarttatkms 12. warts under eye. D. C. MRcaeO.Itp.. '
L J. Roaaiaa, AMsstaatAttttraejr ct&te are tetef issued bat all .

of Afmaia was bare Mr art Mrs. J. S. Click of ...- meads of the coaate are coN &lb' ApplI oas for special permits
Tharaaay' aa hasBMss.Mr pen had as their I lavtted to attead. mast be JaCk before Sept. :.. I Ii
gveats oe Later I FOR >.%LE J
bedroom
'TIt.are fwal h 4
Bay Mr to be mailed direct to tae
and Mrs. Clarence Tooke Mr. click has hell raised ia eowatry....
WItIa..t
and Mrs. Ft Rev. Metric Ranger U S. Forest :'erv- i
** U Charka '
Jc
kbns. Steateaaaa
sat Mra. Gashes Counts. was graaaated frost three aeres la.... Good barn
tit .... Ullie lee. Wilma, Florida sad not to the awal-
aaeat -tII d wIHt Weed. aU .
relativesto f Fort the Moore Hares
Myers. HIP School in try !IoM1... Tom Gflfeck. itiEXT .
Lake WaiN. gaBle and Freak Water Fish Com-
.
the Class of 1 3C. He was associated
I Mr. aa* Mrs.: E. mission. Moraaa explaiaed.
J.
Bowyer re- with ate latter ia faraiag activities '-
Mr art lVm. ite f&ofcU and taraed teat "...-.a. fror a raCMOU aatil ke entered the service Sixty permits were issued for Iutrev' OR siLL--S rf1armd1-

cafMren of Xlaaai s5eft the weekeatf : -: trip ia their *...., to H...- aa4 was stationed ia the South Seas hunts in which two bear ed. floe to tweaty acres Rent
with Meeds toa. Dallas were killed. year is advance. H. MOOT 1% I
here. I aa* otter citfrn in the for several' years as a Mesa Sera -
miles SE Moore Haven.
wtaweet anC He la now Commander of I SUp_

H. C Tarter was called to Lake-j the local poet of Veteran of Foreign New Trade Journal .

lea Taeaaay 1 y the serious Illness Miss Irene Scott SfEt Stet we04 _- Wars I -HOI.i:\\1X.. Need school foods I
of Ms father in Pe&sacola where she attend "The School Director"Made for chOdren. Four hours a day

ed the wedding of h.. roommate at nalTER BORN representing Avon In your neigh.

B. O. Woodward and O. R Borrawisin Stetsaa University last year Miss Its Bow \ borhood win' pay you welL Writ

were business visitors Wednesday Betty Nobles. Mr. and Mrs Peter P. Matasiak District Manager, % Democrat

in Orlando. are the proud parents of an eight TAMPA, Sept 3-(FNS)-A new Moore Haven" S12p.

I )fro and Mrs. Ray Toder, Mrs pound baby girl born last Friday. trade Journal made its bow this I/O

Mrs. Carr Settle and Mrs. LloydSaatiaers Gertie Brooks and Billy were In August 29, at the home of Mrs. J. month. "The School Director" a CA> Toe SATE $iCKK) IX THREE

were in Miami on business I West Palm Beach ever the weekend S. Willingham The young lady hbeen as slick paper monthly magazine, published YE.\RS IN ron PRESENT JOBT

test Friday. \ to visit Mrs. Daisy Toder who named Jean Pauline.Housefathers in Tampa by Al Chairamonte Here's a Job opportunity that can
has been very ill but is reported! The publication is devoted primarily start you on the road to financial

Doyle and Rupert Ball returned much improved at this time ListedIn to subjects of particular Interest ndependence Want to own a farmor

the letter part of the week from a to school administrators and a business for yourself someday
vWt with reiaitVes in Georgia.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs E. P. Ewing spent Job InventoryAn designed to .build better schools for ? Then here's how you start-

r the week-end ia Wauchala and I Florida. enlist In .the new Regular Army or
: brought but their son. Keith and' It Is an independent, Air Force. Highest
R. T. Ahern joall
and Mrs. Harry urgent demand for four housefathers pay receive -
: Mrs E1 lnr1 mother: L san non-political )8 :
Mrs ) In
Pecker were visitors In West was listed in the lateststatewide Don-PArU-1 history-plus free food.
Fata Btach Tuesday. Splvey. who have been visit log; relatives -' Job inventory received today edited and attractively clothing, housiag and medical
there. I The two-color front cover carriesa care. Thousands of high school
by Arthur M. Larrimore manager
,
I Mrs Joe Matbeson left Tuesday of the Belle Glade Florida picture of Superintendent of Public graduates are volunteering daily
tar a visit with relatives in NorthCarettea. Mrs.. Frank Woods cad SOB Freakreturned i State Employment Service office Instruction Colin English whois because no other profession offer.
the first of the week totheir the personality of the month. much.
Lean
While the service is accustomed so earn and save 1
f __ home In Peansflvanfa after a to receiving requests for housemothers Feature articles by educational: authorities while yon serveIf yon are. j;

r Mr, sad Mrs. Charles de LaGar- visit ftf several weeks here with this is the first order fobossefathers. r together with liberal use qualified veteran yon may spend j >
i d Oe aid daughter. Sandra of Miami her brother J. H D>Hey and family The housetsthers of pictures gives this new 40 page your first year ia your own ArmyArea :

were the week-end guests fMr I win act as < Monitor-Counselor for trade All journal a distinctive appeal 1 or if travel appeals to you 1
school officials should find it
and Mrs. J. S. Aly. I college bois living In dorm!torte.. both yon may serve in the European.
Mrs. O. E. MiceUe left this morn helpful and Interesting. Theater at twenty percent extra pay.
00 until
Hours will be from <: p. m. I
ing for Washington D. C. and Mil ..
W O. Whittle spent the past 1:00 a. m. Living quarters for a If yon're seeking travel a4. !
week-end in Gainesvttle Mr. Whit waukee. WIs. for a visit with her single person win be approximately Tomatoes Being tare, education ia specialised i

tle is the agriculture teacher in the daughters Miss Laura Miscue and IS 00 per month. Personnel or supervising branches the Regular Army and. :
school this year. Mrs Booth Williams. She plans to experience is desirable Planted In Hendry Air Force offer all these along with
be away a couple of eeks. i
depression-proof checks to
Applicants for these jobs should also pay
Miss Bettie Robinson left Saturday Mrs. George Sturgis is expectedto have a college degree. County Agent H. L. Johnson said guarantee yea real stability and the
return home this week-end froma Tuesday that as the rains slackened chance to save to nearly $2.08
up
for Swannanoa. N. C.. where Also Included In the Inventoryare
she wOl attend"school during her visit of two months in Chicago. openings' a photographer somewhat and breaking land became la eaax la I Tear- 1

senior rear" GMr sales and civil engineers aa occupational possible, approximately Soft Rising: prices seed not affect 70_.. ..
Mr. and Mrs. L. M Lilly had as i therapist dietitian and acres: in the county have already. Ton can prepare for a secure career .
their guests; last week Mr and Mrs. been planted in tomato by qualifying for the Job you select . '
commercial artists. ConstructionJobs
If and Mrs. 0. R. Borrowmanjretimed l Morris Brown of Baresrille S. Car. Vegetable growers are becoming ia the U S. Army or Air Force.
last week-end from of all types are available.
Syra-j 1 The couple was on their honeymoon anxious about starting the planting Get fall details, without any for these and many
NY. hare beenspeeding Applications
where
cae they
having been married on August season but in Instances have
f available many at your nearest U. S. ATDlf.nd
other openings
the summer. I %4. !Mrs Brown, before her Job Florida and; locally will been hindered by too much water Air Force Recruiting Station.at .

marriage was Miss Ethel Barnes of throughout Service About the middle of the month : U. S. Army Recruiting Office
be taken at the Employment
MiM Dorothy Arnold who hasfcen Gastonia N. Car. They also vWt- office Belle Glade. Johnson expect to see the same : Leon Building Fort Myers. Fla.
visiting for several weeks In| ed his nnefe H. H. Brown in Miami at number of acres planted in cucumbers I

Ta.p*. returned last week-end to' j as in tomatoes.
her home in Palmdale. 'j Sgt. Close ReenlistsIn

I MIRTHFUL \THKM \TICs FIRST METHODIST OUIJCH
!
Air Force Mark R. Tennant
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Clarke ofj; Army Rer. W. S. BoxrnuuL., .*tor I.

I Late Wales spent the 'Week- ndj Ed Note- 1 Ue<***4 t !
here with her mother. Mrs Gladys; TbiseeUJ problem is "_It- S/Sgt Carl N, Cloe son of Mr. Church: School-10:00 a. m. I

:= a.. ted for our use by Wm B. Damron. and Mrs. Charles Close of Rt. Not. .' Morning Worship.-11:00 a. m Real Estate Broker

mathematics Instructor ia tie local Moore, Haven. has reentisted tn' The Methodist Church extends a GLADES COUXTT LAXD& ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ahern and I school who feels that there will be the Army Air Forces and Is now on I welcome to you. The Church
Miss Wanda Hewdeshell were iaBHe many who will gt a let of fmn ot d ty with Sth Rescue Se. *dron at School baa a class for every age. I 007 Congress BMg. Miami Fla I

Glade Monday afternoon on of them as.the week's pass. Some I MacDill n.MSSgt I Ton are Invited to worship with sin -

"' SI. will be easy some difficult, same Close first entered the I the regular church worship hour I I I'I
tricky but you'll enjoy them alL Array in Nov tin going overseasin
will be gtven the fallowing Aag 1942 and returning' In May
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ahern spent The answers .
Wednesday in Naples with her sister week.A 1)43. S/Sgt. Close then went 'I I
training and returned II
:Sirs G. M. Phillip and Mr. through pilot | I
in March un as a D-tT i iyfet. I
pllfts. man gees te a well with two t* overseas
demijohns, one of which h Mstfcree gSgtclose returned from I.: '
1145 and was d..- ,| 7
Seat.
Milton Aakin left Saturday for gatlens and. the tWr flee overseas in Frost
Ute services la Dec
Gatls+ss ilk where be will be a ....n5. Hew tan He MM Nek charged free 'I
.
aoaaotaore at tile ralrenlty daring exactly 4 gaaoM of water U4i. Sw's .
I Taiver-
S/Sft Clone attended the t
the coariag term Milton went up -
I Dat INTER of FterUa for 9% year before,
early to begin football practice and IM>IJMr :\ sity Ahead
i ewteriag the Arsay
as oae of Ute four ends that came 1 I
.p fHHB last Tear's freshman squad : and Mrs J P foster are

he is almost cr rt a'n n see considerable HB t -- Btof a atY-v and baby County Board Held I
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action durmi. this stasoa. 'Virlt" io'n ea !h this tnornin* .
Regular Meeting ,
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II Later Dav and beeaase of the holiday .

DIRT! and rte aresetac business the YES THERE'S FROST ,
> meeting was *fcart atj to permit J.I I

j the members to attewd the American AHEAD WHEN YOU ;
Le ton barbecue IB Clewfettn if they -

so desired. 1
\ legatioB from Tasmania was r
For Sale HEAD FOR THE
beard ia regard to the rebuilding

j oj the Rainy Slough bridge which i
the romaiiestoa a trw months ago
derided to abandon The board EYEStGLAttESCOCKTAIL }

agreed to visit th. area ia the near I

future aad tr> to plan for a cross-

tag which .would ud o* so wife and IWOMat

so costly' to brMfe
There was a report oa rood work'

In the area sad Mils were aaproH
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fir payment before sdsr9.aeat.

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f WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS DP SHUFFLE. r Quit gLSD 1

Truman Acts

1 See Aid to American Nations; President Harry Truman, to i >Ts' } \ shots Big who shots keep are on only abaotiagT smart

newel effort to albviaU the "trtftoiplight" Most people when asked Ie

Huge Budget Surplus Predicted; of EBIPP.-' dlapUced vvA :: take a rear seat, take affront.
sons( er4irtd a three-way ahirtj .
I There are tw sides t every
the top command of the TJ. S. .:

Terms of f British Loan Relaxed migration and naturalization serv., :I the wrong question side.-your side and


BclMMd by Western Newspaper Onion.KDtTOSra U addition, it was disclosed thft, Because of the great scar

( NOTE WB.B eplaioaa MO esare.s.e ta taaao W.a.... Q.l, ait...w..a.uJsa tkete ofWaotorm administration official la Waicjcgt. city of things these days, this
K va ep.r Ual.a'.w. aaalrite aai aot BOftaaarily of
ton ban resumed their review of period will go down in his-

:Cultivating Good Will the problem of displaced persona. tory as the short age.

Most important personnel shift lax The honeymoon is over
LESSON TEXT FOB SEPTEMBER 16-t solved the transfer of Ugo Canal i
.froverbl UK. to; 13:1.: Uj iJS. SS; JSjlJ. when the breakfast nook
*0. 22; 21:11I. 21: Matthew I::1: Jams Slt. from hif post as commissioner of won't bold but of them at
MEMORY SELECnON-Bltaaaa art the mmlgratioa to a position to th>,f I a time. ole

,..ocmakent tor they dun be eHed the state department where ht will sur I
hlldrea of Ood.-Matthew *:.. 'critical" The man who has BO secrets .
I T"y afl problem relating I
particularlytheir from his wife either has no
\0 displaced persona,
: secrets or n* wife.iHOUSEHOLD. -
spZTOa'aNOTit Ltuti t&Jttti ulfrl.truti.nl resettlement.
MltetU A Uil ti'lrJ. This is expected to result in add-
., I
Ctiatilttdamt
e H II 7 gttmi a ,. ., ed stress being placed on a directive
wJohn Mr. Truman issued in December,
I
190. calling for coordinated action

\ oYn. Moody Bltlo CfLBEBTSON iMtltvU,,CUeaf P. D.*. by federal officials to admit as i i

I many displaced persons as possible :
IT IS true that the Christian life within quota limitations. =
!
gives offense on occ lloD. When Watson B. Miller federal security I
statistics ,
Snyder, secretary Of the treasury (left), explains 'I
a controversy exist between men t. President Truman as James Webb, director of the budget bureau, administrator succeeds Carusi as
and God the Christian has no other record commissioner of immigration and When sanding unfinished furniture -
looks on at the yearly budget seminar. Mr. Truman predicted
I course of action than to align him- government surplus of t.' billion dollars for current fiscal year. Oscar Ross Ewing, New York lawyer I for painting, sand thoroughly
I felf on God1 side. As he take replaces Miller. with fine sandpaper wrapped

la stand In such cases, he should President Truman's action was around a padded wood black.
THE AMERICAS RELAXED .
la it in love, but nevertheless with : : taken: in the face of congress' refusal Wipe off with soft lintksa cloth.

firmness. Aid Promised -I Loan Terms to act on his proposal to relax -.-
The Bible nowhere commends a '; mmigraton quotas.DEFINITION .
hot waffle with
critical spirit or a perverse attitude. "W'.must reject** eerottmenl upom Groggy and hanging on the ropes Serve cakes or
!'lIt rather emphasizes the necessityof \ fumtsmtBtsl rights of tin rate I.", dollar-starved Great Britain was : heated honey and butter mixed to

firmness In the course of right. J Jfe i
firmness that IONS nothing of its \ exists for *tn, mot sue for tie OMt- : doom when the U. S. agreed to sus- Long Felt Want little orange juice and grated rind
.lI4llb.z u* bbor tnj limitation upon with the honey before hatmg.
I pend the controversial "free
Intensity through being! tempered in the freedom of esfreuiom seta throughout convertibility" I Rep. Forest A. Harness (Rep.,
'the fires of love. She U'orU." clause of its 3.75 billion Ind.[ ) suddenly became aware of along -1To -

The Christian beyond all Others i dollar loan to England. felt want for an accurate and clean glass straws, use an

should give himself to a life manifesting Thus, in his first address before That particular clause, a major distinctive definition of a couple of ordinary pipe deaaer. For the
I the inter-American conference
sympathy kindness and i at drain on the English dollar supply, much-used words "propaganda"and larger size glass straws use twoor
Petropolis. Brazil. U. S. Secre"taryof required that Britain surrender dollars "information." three cleaners twisted together.
charitableness. Thus be win !
open State :Marshall issued
George a
Cleaners be used number
a
avenues of opportunity, of witness on demand to any country His concern stemmed from the may
reaffirmation of democratic princi-
and of service in which the ples in the western hemisphere and which held English pounds. In other fact that he is chairman of a house of times.
words foreign countries having a expenditures subcommittee currently -
Lord be greatly magnified.
may then bulwarked his of
expression
supply of pounds could turn them in investigating government publicity When winding a hank of wool),
I. Contributing Factors to the idealism with specific assurancesof to Great Britain and get dollars in and propaganda; hence, he felt wind it on a moth balL Then if -
U. S. economic aid Latin Amer-
Mining of Good Win (Prov. 3:30, to exchange.As impelled to explain to Secretary of the wool isn't all used or is put

31; 22:24, 23; 23:18; 29:20. 21). ica.He told the delegates that the the action was taken, Britain State Marshall that be has no intention aside for awhile, the moth baD

VARIANCE and strife mar good i' U. S. government .1U continueto announced that it would withdraw of interfering with spreading discourages moths.

3:30,31). Notice that take economic questions with between ISO and 200 million dollars proper information, only with "un- .
this strife is unoccasloned. When I up of lawful and improper" influencing of ,
: its sister republics and seek a sound more the 850 million dollars re-
we strive with men to no purpose; >; basis for practical cooperation." maining of the original loan. Can- legislation for propaganda.
when men have not harmed us, and cellation of the "free convertibility"clause Thus the need for definitions, CLASSIFIEDDEPART ;

with bitterness of spirit we turn< British leaders hope, will which Harness phrased this way:

Vpon them we of course forfeit every enable them to stretch their swiftly .'IXFOR L\TI'OS' : : The act or MENT

opportunity to influence them dwindling credit. process of communicating

for good. Actually few persons outside of knowledge; to enlighten."PROPAGANDA HELP WANTED-MEN

The man of variance similarly the monetary technicans handlingthe : A plan for MEN IN HEIR N'.TO Wo.To rcprewtrt
\ should be passed by. We are not matter, understood the detailsof the propagation of a doctrine a NttiooaUr known manufacturer IctncoIS8

to emulate him; we are not to the transaction. It was, in the or a system of principles." < 9t and m related int nanct ttan materials to toductrtal, coaCIB tare,..

him to choose words of Robert A. Lovett rtnta property owncrt and plaeoo o< fcoatMM. -
envy ; we are none acting Just how, if at all, the subtler liberal
of his ways.A secretary of state, "a terribly com- types of propaganda can be sharpy territory to producer conmlKion Civ* and eaakdeatma.b.ekare.d pnrtct4.
plicated matter." and and referee< wrathful spirit also mars good immediately distinguished Write R.&I Diree.e. u011 -..ilafat !
-win (Prov. 22:24, 23). A man of CRYSTAL BALL from' information, and vice versa. C.. ?.0. ... 111. TaIlaJaaue. na. j

anger is not to be followed by the Marshall at Rio : Harness did not say. The definitionswere I
child of God. This his brainchildren and the accurate -
enjoins
passage ". . the afore exists for nun . ." Next President Bonds!
us to have no friendship with such application of them appeared Buy U. S. Savings

that we shall learn their ways and ,' That was interpreted as meaningthat General Douglas MacArthur will II likely to become his headache.New'Superholnher. t
be the next president of the United
their ways will then be a snare tc the U. S. is willing to help solve States.

our souls. i iAnother Latin America's economic problems
way 01 which we mat J j through a series of bi-lateral pacts. That at least, is the occult pre StJosepnln,

good will is to be the purveyors ol There was also a hint that the big diction of a 75.,.ear-old Japanese for- !

untruth (Prov. 25:18). The false witness northern neighbor is counting on tune teller, Kakudo Tomioka, who ASPIRIN!

is characterized as a large [ sending down its capital. eulogized: "MacArthur has "a glorious 1 _
future in store for him.
hammer or a sword or a sharp arrow -> Although the ostensible of i l
purpose
t
: for he wounds his neighbor conference Tomioka, who is said to have a m
the was to
often grievously arrange a I record of several accurate predictions ::, .;\ ,
joint hemispheric defense treaty lit- i ; -
placed the general
on a plane
i. The man or the woman who in tie was said about that at the outset 6 e
with Mohandas Ghandi in the field
gossip his maliciously wounded Also somewhere in the backgroundwas of
social welfare.
another loses all opportunity to the U. S. plan for standardization ..
ififlaence him for Gel d. The cnltivatioi of arms in the Americas. :Manyof "There presently are two living
men who have succeeded in .
realizing
of rood; will involves the the smaller and poorer nations
a peaceful revolution he
speakiar.: of truth. are in opposition to the arms stand- said.
"They MacArthur and
Let us with all) diligence with ; ardization proposal however, because are Ghandi.
But then Ghandi's mission is
the help of God. banish from our they feel that there is a great. over.
mind need for economic rehabilitationthan And MacArthur has his most glorious
hearts and all of these j er
task to for the
accomplish worldin
attitudes v.hicb hurt and mar. i iII. for armaments. "
the future.

Con'ribctinf Faders to the SURPLUS: It was not immediately known

Making of Good Will.o { whether MacArthur would use To- CALOXfor

THE first place, the soft answer i Budget Review nioka's recommendation as a plank change to

I INof the controlled spirit will establish President Truman's budget business in his platform if he runs in 1948.Headliners the iDIdc.d

good will (Prov 15'1 1') The made big news again when the

soft answer does turn away wrath I chief executive (1) forecast a.record on your smileF.6i
The man who is slow to anger ap- treasury surplus next June of I I Gen. Dwight D. Ei enh wer Inspects
;-t r.... war It.r_stoves
pease strife. : nearly five billion dollars, and (2) the bombardier's compartment

t Let us not confuse a soft answer hurt Republican feelings by telling of the new Boeing B-5 JHdptnmoftil l.kialcM

' with an vnronvicrin one or with) the nation that congress trimmedthe superbomber. Upon landing aftera all UM. nanrtl learn of rowmile.
IN DALLAS . Mrs. Warren J. flight in the giant plane General
, that mealy-mouthed procedure 1947 budget estimates by only : 2 A pectai fagrtdieat fa Cabs
tbit: we commonly call doable 1.5 billion dollars. Woodard, 24- housewife, got up in Eisenhower said, "It's a beautiful I --I"npl naMt_

talk. Happy is that man who His mid-year budget review esti- arms about legs. thing." I ..okfc...*afewJcetcaoafoa.

knows bow to present tie truth mated tax receipts this year at She organized the : .b.then ir. aadro.y.Toee

i ; nnrlncin ly, who can make men $41,667,000,000, which is 2.1 billion "Little Below the DANGER: I &tdooc mp TOW saaa-.itIa i i14M..1

despite his opposing standards. dollars more than any previous Knee club" for
Russia
Report _
women who on McKaw fet+s i
understand that he has their good forecast. op- Itt ..... .
at btart. Of coarse there is one Mr. Truman made his announce- pose the long skirt Flatly rejecting any theory that I

I absolute requisite to such a testimony ment coincidentally with a bureauof r now in Style. The the U. S. should touch off a pre- .

and that is a life wholly labor report which indicated girls organized a ventive war with Russia before that I -= r-
lived for God. I that the U. S., far from being in parade and ankled nation has full knowledge oTtatomic I U-14 : 3547Backache

will \ for a business depression, can look through Dallas bomb secrets a special survey by
in good
making
factor ,
Another i
i forward to a period of prosperity streets to give em- library of congress experts never- !
Prov.
of kindness (
is tke act I to their
wffl' continuing "indefinitely. phasis pro- theless warned that relations be-
'
25:21. 22). This passage you The present jolly outlook for the t Irs.W.edard teat. tween America and the USSR have
remember, is quoted in Romans I%. LV LAS VEGAS
state of the budget is based uponan "deteriorated dangerously since
Here is the opportunity for us, in expectation of continued high . Senator McCarthy (Rep., Wis.) the end of World War n.

all matters of personal injury, to j prices, taxes incomes and employ. put the bite on congress for its "do The report described Soviet for- i! May 'Tarn of Disordered

place our case in the hands of God ment all of which precludes a de nothing" attitude toward veterans. eign policy as intolerant, suspicious Kidey Action ,

rather than to seek revenge. By ,, pression. Congress, said he, "did foully by distrustful and keyed to a program Inds,,19.u tt ha bevy sad sexy ,

such acts of kindness, as we trust i From the Republican point of our disabled veterans their widows; of world revolution, even at the risk -iaa nk.1.iwue-=--...

God we shall be obeying the Lord; I view, however, the President's bud and dependents." of a third world war. -1wq.n.i. w ..... web :
and who knows but that our enemies get review was a snide attempt to IN BALMORAL SCOTLAND . Communist leaders, it was eC tae kMary TW<.,.apt to"-.oiano

may thus be turned to him.A play politics. Sen. Styles Bridges Princess Margaret Rose of England charged are ready "to play any I *w Maw>UM4 sad 156t aiur.tao OMOM U..flriakio4. Mi4a i

third contributing factor in (Rep.. N. H.), chairman of the senate just turned 11, received as a i card available" ta their campaign to j .
good will is that of making committee said birthday present her first military; To BUT caflat BtM UekatfcA,
making : appropriations bring about a complete change in koaaaeko. ttiaum. (*u < ap kvkta

peace (Matt 5:9). So often this the new estimate of greater tax receipts colonel-in-chief of the Highland the world's political social and eco I !.......aert.ar..a.era.... 4b. -<.W...Otk nan.ntlyt roc ..
make _. .
business of attempting to I proves that the nation was light Infantry nomic structure. .-m kM.r ..T s..-
thankless task, but thatIiaaklessness reduction IS I tow jtarBiac. (catty ar too ir avuu. .'
t-ace is a "robbed of a tax by purely SEATTLE Secretary of Commerce .
is only from human Averill This it to* she ref set tmmeJ up :
: Harriman former ..
vetoes. ,
political CJen' h11a Dn./ 51.
S..,." lertigu polity Tbt fummit e/ ......'Jr1. .... p
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God is ,
So far as cone I It was a sure sign mat the Republicans ambassador to Russia had a bulb -kau
"ICJUfCIs. of Commufist b.ptt -'" M> --< it, M .They .hoes.ai mn UM aomtary ,
Placed his seal would their tax reduction word for his former .
has renew stamping
oi pvMte annvaL Are lunaia4
cerped the Utta M4/JM;|W T ft tm Bails tim, .
');proval upon every child of his I fight when congress reconvened grounds. Soviet leaders he said,, .a..yld.bft"I'Ibu'. olicdr ..4.ar...fratWitf.....1ON aoara i> .

who seeks to lead men Into peace: in January. Equally certain are counting' on a U. S. depressionto tt *omic,*OVM!W t ttrl letup,del d
'with God and to make peace be- appeared to be the probabilitythat give them "an opportunity to cis.b.ofS.ki1.rir* I cyG.teb. '

the President would meet such push forward and expand the areas uin ,. ...... IN ....u .."t f.r c-. DOANSPlLLS
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vat; cannot step twice into III"
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the same stream. For as '
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yet ether waters flow on.- W ,
Heraclitus. IN WASHINGTON -

Have some aim in life: be not
simply good be good for some- (Editor's Note: Robert S. .

thing.-Thoreau. DANIEL TOBIN president ]Washington columnist is guest It......W w..a..-.-L"ai..
dueler of this column while
I itmetimet u-itb tbt ptoplauOuU Teamsters union ]Pearson is on vacation.)
Put Jiltlt mort empkasisupon (AFL), gave voice the other day Europe Gets Socialist

the obsenante of the lav tkan to an idea which labor leaders I Battle of the MoviesWASHINGTON. i \\7ESTERN Europe may escape

they Jo upon its tiforcementsCallin supposedly have been coveting !II Insiders : 1: * communism by a narrow

Coolidge. I for some time. What Tobin said wagering the British labor : !' margin, but it has definitely turned
Errors like straws upon the was this: ment will ease its tax ;l to national socialism To such horse
I U. S. movies. sense as I may have, it teems aaI
surface flow he who
; would
Third em-
Party Ii i
I Reason for this optimism ', It i I inopportune time was chosen for
search for pearls must dive be-
i The American labor movementconceivably ; trump card U. S. film-makers {i and i such an experiment.
low_John Dryden.Kich .
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may become the basis been waving threateningly land i I To get back to a peacetime productive
for a third political party in the I the scenes at the Attlee II and basis, the destruction: of five
United States. This counterblow is a ban and ;years of war must be replaced. The

Then he qualified himself by adding i 1 importation of British films s destroyed or badly crippled railroads -
ec : '? that labor factions must first | U.S. for I must again be operating at, t
.J'2 J. ; undergo unification. On the surface A move of this kind would be j i or near, maximum capacity; coalI
a unified labor party, 37 million I the British very hard aid I must be coming from the mines In'

rrJz. i strong, would be a great, potent year, they derived 22 as great, or greater quantity than .
JjX wil'Z tj 2 Z ; political force. Actually, of course I dollars from U. S. before the war bombed or worn
,';,;B i labor is just such a power ow'I{I this year's estimate is ac- out industrial plants must be
re'I'I
and Poor Alike : operating as a pressure group just j 30 million dollars. bil housed and largely
The Queen Elizabeth was en- as do real estate interests, retail interests I The threatened ban is not an any farms must be rehabilitated and I
countering heavy weather in mid- industries, manufacturers.i gesture. The eight largest i over farm animals replaced.

ocean and some of the passengers But can it ever be more? Hollywood have urged such am An such things can for work t[
were very uncomfortable. Watching Would it ever be possible for on Eric Johnston film czar, to aDd materials aDd both rest '
a nvserable-looking man whoas labor to enter the political lists. British government doesn't I to money which the nations of

,, bending over the side of the booted and spurred and outspokenly terms. The producers already Europe do at nave ia their national -
outlawed the export of
ship, a fair young thing turned to England. I treasuries. To issue paper -
the woman at her side. ppRNI . I money only adds to their

"Your husband is a poor sailor 1h8 present inflation. i
is he not she said. President a Fatalist I j .
ex- | Under such conditions we would 1 1I
"Certainly not," said the woman Biggest secret service the I{ depend upon what we know as
"he is a rich stockbroker." ache ia guarding President ;i "venture" capital to accomplish the I
man is his insistence on nai i needed results. There is plenty of
Possible tug by Bline. The secret dooj j "venture" capital in Europe. It i II
*\ shall utter marry until I find i is very uneasy about this; our f might have helped to do the needed ,
girl ubo is my direct opposite* stantly is trying to figure the I j job but the turn to socialism has .
"VtU, theft art any number of inlelltgent ways to keep Truman on i driven it under ground. The turn to 1
girls in Ibil neighborhood. i ground. socialism removed all chance of investing ;

Reason they've had no I that capital in transportation -
Relieved i\ bannered as the Labor his fatalism.He mines, industry or agriculture i ,
"Madam, what do you mean by < party It is extremely donbtfnL II with any reasonable assurance of a i iI
letting your child snatch off my Theorists in political science has an unshakable view and j profit for the investor. Those who ..3I
?" would say virtually impossible. I that. He explained it to a 'I
wig I have it, many thousands of individ- 1
"Sir, if it is just a wig, think They; would say; that the strongest "When your number's up" i uals, are making every possible effort ;
nothing of it. I was afraid that the part of America's democratic backbone President said smiling, 1!; Y., I to keep their money under -
httle.il had scalped you." is its two-patty system basedon I makes no difference whether i, .. cover until they can spend it on one
two sets of general principles. are in a plane a train an grand final debauch of gaiety. ,
Send Him There simply aren't enough princi- : or a skiff. U it's up, it's up I touch - Lady next door-Little boy I ples to go around for*three parties. that's that. I I I They NO CONFISCATION I

need a dozen eggs from the store. It vouU ft ft legicil to *>* whether . race In turning to socialism, no western
Do you think you could go for the KstMMul duo .t;.. of M**.]*tr- I' con- I European nation has so much I
me?" erg still tttf kteomt third Party. N. ; A Very Wise Man )' I as suggested confiscation of private

Little boy-No. but I heard Pa mfU vested inttrtst touU trtr .,,..1.. Kim H., leader of ttt KoreanlatUo I property. It is a3 to be paid for-
say that he could. I ,....,. voters at ont timt to ttt uft shop aaembly, Oft tiudt f r lover a period of years-on a basis : .'
f political rital-at Loss today, (..'.,., He tat mntottrtdt utat : of fair vacation. Taking it over !
Some statisticians insisting 05 round. Ht ,,, z.;
I are gotemmentt go few i now "as is" means the government '1
_! that a college education for women Replacement to Maj. Gen. Archer Lent, U. S. the must do the rehabilitating before it,
I is futile If they're pretty it's lory governor of Korea. some I can be operated and be productive.
I if not it'sf. I The senate war investigating 1 tat e 1.,11ui.l Kim Ho,.4.'t and ..
! unnecessary; they're To have waited for the socialistic f-
f. It taitt a lot ./ talk to run f ,
Inadequate. committee didn't cut too graceful a .....t.- I experiment could have meant that I r
t figure in the recent Howard Hughes i iI
is
. a private capital would have done th.i iJ
,i Right There warplane contracts investigation. i too I rehabilitating job.
The romantic lad sighed: "Hav There were too many antics too Tragic Problem J was again normal the governments;I

: en't I seen your face somewhere many monkey wrenches flying from i|! Like the weather, everyone could have taken over going coneeras. .,
" rise?" all directions to lodge in the maI I j I I about the tragic if the people still wanted

It "I don't think so," she said, "itirways chinery. I problem but few really do I socialization.
stays here, right between Possibly as a result of this. Sen. about it. President Truman { ,
J my ears" +I Homer Ferguson (Rep.. Mich.), Secretary of State Marshall Today America is being )
L I chairman of the sub-committee on I'I'I I edly and urgently pleaded with II tkffi asked to do what private..- ; f
:, the Hughes case has suggested that gress to open the door to I ers of Europe were not encouraged '
the group be junked, to be replacedby these helpless war victims. I to do. We are asked to t.t.'t i ;
(r ASTIR -SMOOTH**! a permanent joint board. congress did was to authorize ; finance aa experiment in national

Ferguson opined that such a keting committees to go to I I socialism to provide the I .
1 relaa1awI I
trV- 5 committee could d. a better job to "investigate the situation.: from money with which to ,
lfttl STffiS fade than the present outfit. A joint The senate committee, tate the destroyed or worn out
*
Sa.l
group, be pointed out shyly Sen. W. Chapman Revercomb production facilities of Europe.
\ s r could maintain a stair of experts Va., is getting ready for an ,I For us there is a political, but I
SJNiIr OR DCttair EDGE j c to prepare an eases whichare departure. As part of his not a partisan question involved.
to be given public hearings. tions, Revercomb is hiring ask Western Europe after
bungling the Job Is now asking
Could that be wishful thinking? perts. Under serious ,
by Revercomb is L. I that we take the hard way of i
: The war investigating committee ,,, Percy : so -
KIDNEY SUFFERERS! financing the comeback so !
has certainly demonstrated its need i Jr. Greaves Is a former :i the
of Merwin K. Hart head of : that their aDd oar, civilization 1
for a corps of experts of some kind dark
74% BENEFITED i may survivesEntertaining
virulently isolationist national
i even if only an advisory group to i
,
> -in clinical test by rc. gniz4 cope with Johnny Meyer's double- nomic council and author . ,f
if
-- N. Y. research organization Hart sponsored pamphlet :
talk.
.AO pi>n -,. ,rata nlteux Iran burtunf F.. { . i I "Operation Immigration," I: Ourselves | :_ ']
*.a..ett. *.p ricfcta. All wereerr. laoM* I tON
and
..... nounces labor D.P.S .
o. "r buck tUBraUwd kidncn(*'da caaToXMMi*- Don't ever say congress dicID'tdo racial groups. !
.
KirJk fnj ttrtrtj ttaOui trrrimlrtl Unfair S SSNo Calif., high school building grounds j
*. .,..,, ,vi, FohrFl&aiMKxXkc) TlwnMJtt anything. Among a recent
.< : -.t wm. 7,f,; .n head of borun* e.n.- batch of bills signed by the Parties PermittedThe i we ate a pot hack dinner before \ ,
"; orly bad M get*p at Mckt one-third. M i the attending the ban game between !I
-.oJ bnrht UIM.To from ere Uu...nalt.hn... formal*..fH loutaMw tolcyw President was aa Daniel act to grant Broken a Hollywood and other fact > teams cf the Rotations and the i I <:;
( nee k,inn-bt.d3t) POU'lKl ..- _y ..... patent ia fee to revelations of the senate war i Lions. We Joked and Jollied one another i '
r.'lw E uu find then rat_rt., i5taz. Leg and another for the relief ot tigating commaKee raised a beer and ccmmected
-favorably
>>U. 1UIK .wO.EY 11-0.; I Mnrphey owner ; j :
P. K. (Spud) tion of whether it is has of course-on the cooking ability of y
and manager of Spud's Tailors eliminate such malodorous the women folk. Dinner over everyone t
Laundry and Dry Cleaning ties in connection with to went to the ban game, under 1
'lI/uJSu/? Works It could be that to Broken makeSpud's contracting. It is a matter of the lights that had been presented $ :

III HIM ICIU lit Mill 1} ler invented washdays something less exhaust- that it was done in World War try- to the school by the two service d f i-1;
the navy department under CaD clubs. Everyone knew all of the ;

'# RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO J lag. right Secretary Josephus the players, business and professional I .

. The resolute North those men of the town. That game pro :
stopped the practice head-on like duced more thrills, was more wildly "- ,
,
This .** H wby *.. I" seen *.* itrt I ,simple expedient ot forbidding exciting than any professional ) r- 1
itriften safe titan o year ago. (ij yon I|, When the U. S. belatedly i, game I ever witnessed In the Cubs 4 #f1', _::--1
JMi The treasury department conant I I'I gun preparing for the I most or the White Sox parks in Chicago. u ::1
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REMEPYUINCS ttatn.011 Americas/ acengeJ IJ..U Ins ud Daniels sammoad Admiral It must have been Suchrecreation :i;

iLESSED |IEtEF ;n shear jeaus JJD IH.IH, JiJ Gowaa la charge of any gen In a tie of 0 to 0. i' .:":''
lNa chasing, and said "I that pot luck dinner and
l.rg.s.tn.,__'us-....Sin CiCIo July SI lad yes AamaUy. ;; baIle.me.
rin a4i0.. Itt that neither nor and other forms of homo-provided
mini: III im it iintnifl C there us J less mow a you any t q
M tin H it mat n >u MI tetl'l'$pktefrst I jgcsf toes Ih popLwio* 6. < .. tl. .... JICIMHHH .. n..It thai each ptnon-t than it Ua. Yon shah or invitations of any kind the attempt to find thrills and = :;:.
on Jint 30 war $19646. Ontt won ..fwar.sg. bidders oa navy contracts I pleasures at the theaters, the Bight <-
He" try ta ,. iI: yos'lJ think you should go- to ; Rus clubs and professional sport meets ;
; Utl"-' ; .u up uitb moMng hit a besdfal ., I i I length, not even lunching eon- of the metropolitan centers. In any 1 a

'lrrTtationjifiPIMPLES !! 1bnrJ. . the guest of anyone doing 'i I.. ,! comparison the city comes out a .
seeking to do business with bad second. The pot hick dinner ,
Congressman Robert L. Doughton nay,." was far superior to anything: a nightclub
/ -".. of North Carolina is the new prest ,. Admiral McGowan he. r t the could provide. It was eaten _F
'c ;;;} &E"er..aIlY caused 4 dent of the octogenarians club. He agreed with this policy. under a glorious moon with the f
is 83, the oldest member of either . he clean air and the fragrance of Cowers
Are you seeking relief from such house since the recent death of 86- I in '
+ nostrils of
our The chatter
condition? Start the Proves
aa unsightly ResmM routine today year-old Joseph Mansfield of Texas.Congressman a Very Busy Talker been friends was more entertaining than ,

easy Pure mild Remind Soap cleansing Doughton.has handled Tall friendly Attorney : the nasal tones of a crooner or the
makes skin look sad feel really more tax bits than any other man 't Tom Clark got himself smash rancorous laugh or angry argument
this. Medicated Resinol Ointment American history as chairman of ':j lines throughout the country a produced by too much liquor.
ootKea pimply' imtttioa orcrnigttRESINOL the ways and means committee &r- his announcement cf a Justice all Me for the thriSa and nUrtain-
-tJn. aiding healing. fag the M years of the Roosevelt I Iadmln1strat1oD. partment probe of high prices met we provide for corselvts In.attt a=

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Big Crowd In Attendance I Dr. H. G. Hamilton, professor of I new block assembly in the Lake- I friends here who will wish fr him .

marketing at the State College of: port bus, In the mm of IXC3.13. every success to has new assign

tl J .Agriculture reported on the SUgI -i,: The superintendent was asked to I "ent. :;

At Labor I gestion for a citrus future's market,;+' investigate and re***.t a* adt-I
f Day Celebration -
on a well-organised commodity exchange -.' meat on these two MO and present II I \OTKTB OP 'PPIM"TIOFOR;

I as being the answer to caa- them at next Btretteg Ta' DeeD
ners' problem of the uncertainty]; The Batter of transportation of

New Chevrolet Goes To Army Extends of future prices Dr. Hamilton sM Headry Cavity's North LateHestndeatt NOTICE 18 HKRBRT CrVKN that
i a that because the cost of marketing i tW-QhUsa France A. Hardy, holder of Ever
by c..tJ tot .. .
: ghsde f + DIIIa. & r i trnt TimfCerttffeaf -
i Salesman for Firm Application Deadline the processed J iees is decidedly was Mscsaert at owe l nih sad number D.I *, dated u< ttth
lower than the fresh and tar .t lane, I <*4.. has filed said
product: :
upon motto by Mr. Walters, seconded
In Certificate: in my oft c.-. and hu wi..
Tampa The War parmE'nt's deadline that of serfioas! somewhat lower, by Mr. Snell sad carried atteatton for tax deed to lasso
any expansion In The European that thereon ia accordance with few Bail
f&r submission tit applications for oar has traaanort tll.e5Esta- Certificate embraces tbbe_ foI win3
'f (Ctewlston New) i I integration apt,ointments in the market will probably be in processed dents provided Glades Count school described JftIIertJ' situated ill Glades

The eecestd Labor Day celebration:, new Regular Army Nurse Corps has form. Furthermore the processed hoard is Kissetsisiled for acme sad I Comity: 1 Florid. Block, i,towitLM Moore. Ha vonTM .

fetagd, t** past Week-Cod by Clew been extended to September 30 to prodact. because of its lower further that Glades Coaaty school I 11 -at ..f the suttt prop-
.
i iston Aw rieai Legion Post No 31 iasBre opaortuaity for all Qualified price to CMumes for equivalent! board receive th-wefor the traaapor-.I art In ;the' winter MBM said of Certificate Cnknown. ,..M. J WM

I was a very successful affair and it curses to apply. according to an food values would likely fare better tation salt. frois State Departmentof Infest amid OrtUtaKt s*..U b* iwdaeass C
!, appears evident that 1M first will announcement made here today by in times of depression than the Education Mrs Greer the according to law.. udeei
will femw thereon -OB th let day d C
net.ore than $4.000 from the 1st U James T. Pope ef the U Srrny fresh product. :Muse bus driver was also requestedto I fVtoWr A. D. I 47. "
weekend festivities to be applied \ and Air Force Recruiting tranpon the Goodoo childrenas ulDtted this ISth day of Aut.u.... 1.. IX

toward the coast raettoa Of a aew Station Fort Myers. Caloosahatchee Claims WM done hut rerMotion 1 I (SEAL) D -? It s K8.

; poet home Lt. Pope explained that the j by Mr. tills.I. secostded b> I Glades Clerk Ctreirtt Count: Court Florida
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With another big barbecue held 'earetiate! Army Nurse Corps consists Arcadia Man At Olga : Mr Walter sad carried that the A.... 35. -fiat. *-l*-19-36.

: the tame day is i'ahokee the crowd both of career officers, who meeting adjouD.P:1mdale t _
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', was probably some smaller than at hold permanent conBUMtoBS in the The "fYF..1 OF 1\TR\Tiav TO
body .
of Elsie Tyson
Ar-I li5AJa'r t nftITlot't CaM6I ; "
; the previous rear'a event but a Regular Army Nurse Corps; and Youth I
cadia was recovered from the Caloosahatchee .
crowd estimated at :5H was on Reserve officers commissioned in I I ;:;
TO WHOM IT
hand to enjoy the delicious bar-! the Army :Nurse! Corps section of,, at Olga Saturday night i I I e ties to brrebr chr-n COMCBRH tlMt the: made -
becued beef and pork with all of I the Officers' Reserve Corps. who I just a few minutes before mid (Continued from Page 11 'I i MAjBBrr Ute BDMiiaMSM of

: the necessary trimmings for a real, have volunteered for extended active after a six-hoar search of the ht'l lAg his clothing and after getting < of 1HL er wilt MMa.rartrt Laws of with Florida the ,Clerk Arts

i feast The sun was unusually hot I duty. by dragging crews headed by outside missed his discharge papers -> of the Clre S is and for

for Labor Day and the soft drInk I' "The peacetime Army offers exceptional ghway Patrolman Walling of Lat t and barefooted went back into -|lof GladCounty proof U urtMsatlati. FVrtaa.ell span this receipt notice,

: booth did a thriving busIness I' opportunities for qualified Belle and members of Sheriff William the store for them This is believed -i the fictitlwM name. .. ....: i

throughout the lunch hoar and during ; nurses,** Lt. Pope said "The benefits Maddox's county law ofcers.1Fire \ to be the explanation of the I! MOOR CORrORATION HAVVN AP JANCE

the remainder of the afternoon. and advantages now availablenot Chief William Anderson, i two sets of footprints found on the I I under which .e arc swraa in buain i t

: The big event of the day was the only to Regular Army Nurses)I heading a crew of river draggers, roof. He claimed Crews said, that : at Moore Raise Ns. That tthe

t Drawing for the new Chevrolet and but to Reserve Nurses on extended searched near where the boat overturned he found the door of the safe slightly parties interested. IB said' bull-
f !1wa
fleas are a. :
[ many were the sighs of disappointment active duty deserve the thoughtful and found the body. A ajar and helped himself to the menD T. grower

; when the number was drawn consideration of every Hendry County Fort M>ers ambulance carried the contents carrying the money out in I Thomas L. N. Davis.1:. MarketU

E and the-name of Harry Seigler of nurse" body to Arcadia.An a ten-gallon hat which he had Dated at Moor Haven Florida, this

Tampa was read. Seigler was noti- All Army Nurses now hold commissions unidentified\ companion on the I I taken and transferring it to his i Ztst.day 22. of 2f August Sept. C., 1 IX.THKCIRCIIT 4TAug . i

fied the following day of hU good which entitle them to all fishing trip Saturday managed to shirt after he got ont In the alley I tl

fortune and flew to Clewiston Wednesday the benefits available to male officers I swim ashore when the boat overturned -|i I Assistant State Attorney L. J.II % rot RT OF THK t
to drive the car back. He in the Regular Army or Re- I in midafternoon Tyson a1! Bobbins of Arcadia was here yesterday -: TUI.I.FTH JtuinL: ciacitr or '

Is a salesman for Cameron andHartley serve, Lt Pope said, and every city employe in Arcadia leaves ai to question the prisoner and 'LOR'U.\..fHA\CERi I A\D FOR \CLIDI5COs'Tx' O. eta! i iDIwORCB
; of Tampa and a frequent Army Nurse shares the advantages brother, Archie and a sister. Mrs .[ he will be bound over to the next'!

3 Ultor In Clewiston of the increased pay scales author- Llzxie Gross, both of Arcadia. term of circuit court for triaL

; The junior baseball game begin- ized for all Army officers in' 1946; I WAS WOLLIR.'qIo"-'i.Plalattft

iiing at eleven-thirty was an easy Additional benefits include provisions Minutes of September Fishermen To- TS.
I FANNIE DAVIS \VOU.KftSTEaV.
victory for the team headed by John for advancement in grade Defendant.

'Perry This team won a handy 12- and for professional training Meeting of Board Of NOTICE TO APPEAR
Continued f-om Page 1) I ORU.:R FOR PtBLIC\TIOV
4 victory over the team headed by, Candidates for the Regular Army .
i TO' Mr Fannie Davis Uollerstein
Wayne Galloway Nurse Corps are currently limitedto I Public Instruction iI the fish and game amendment pass- : Ie Crivtol Street '
ed in 1942 did not for N. T.
officers between the ages of 21 I provide penalties Brooklyn.
The final event of the celebration -- I I Toil arc hereby required to file an :
for violations their rulings
and 34, inclusive who have served .of -,
i was the baseball game between the appearance in the court shove deI I
j the West satisfactorily in the Army Nurse (Continued fiord Page 1) I! However Judge Harrison, in'I "Weto: the SSnd day of louse tM>',
Cleulston Canegang and
the County Court In
Palm Beach Carefree Recreation Corps during World War II. recently Installed-these to be!I Arcadia last Friday ruled tbat I Moore Haven. Uladrfl c..t,,.. Florida
the "'omenho are married, or who placed ln the primary building the Whidden must face trial. I I and thereafter to file such defensesas
team In the first meeting of I you may desire or be advised In
have dependent children under 14 same to be purchased from Home response to the suit above rattled
Clewlawn years of age, will not be appointedin Appliance Company of Clewiston, ; Dr. Hollingsworth- I which Is a suit for divorce. Oladea #t
County Democrat Is hereby designated -
three licking, their second defeat the Regular Army and at the same price as those recently as the newspaper In which this order j -
I f' Application papers may be obtained purchased. I I han he published' on*., s week j 'I
in eighteen starts so Mondays game (Continued from Page One) consecutive Herein I -
'., was expected to be a very close affair at any Army Area headquartersor Upon motion by Mr. Waiters salary paid by each county As :flt not undT "W-"f. t !

Instead the Clewiston batters general hospital Lt. Pope said I seconded by Snell and carried, all' soon as a nurse Is procurable she i Haven DONE Glades AND County ORDERED FiorMa at Moore this j i i

"hammered out twelve hits off two I bills presented for payment were will be assigned to Glades and Hen-I ma day of August 1 47. I I

""West Palm Beach hurlers which, Dr. \Vayne Reitz approved with the exception of one: dry Counties and it Is planned also,I (SEAL)Clerk of Cirevit D. 8 WEFKaI Covn

coupled with a few errors, accounted presented by James Tobias, for I to have a sanitarian to serve these I I I I Glades County, FtorUi ..II
for ten runs In the nine Innings Speaks To Shippers $43.50 for scrubbing the colored two counties. : COvsE By F JOHNSON. R Scott Deputy CU'rk.A -

Roberts gave up only three safe hits And Growers school and the one by Hendry During his time as health officerfor Moor Haven, Florida, it .
and although he was a bit wild at County Motors for Installation of a the unit Dr. Hall made many Solicitors for Plaintiff I:
Aug. 22, n, Sept. t. It.
times was never in serious trouble, t I!

:the game ending 10-3 for the Gang. ORLANDO Sept 3-< f
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.}. The first event of the weekendwas I J. Wayne Reitx. FtoS-Dr.\\

ti e big Labor Day dance at the for United Growers and :

l Su*: "J Park Auditorium on Sat-!I Association of Orlando. told the

urdu. ,nt with dance music furniKlied 14th annual citrus growers' Institute -II ii'fA
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". the Air Chords orchestra at Camp McQnarrie that there!

t 'Of West Palm Beach There was a :I is some indication in the United ; ;

large and very gay crowd and the States that we mar be approaching i

dance was generally voted the "beet the limit In citrus consumption. I.I.I

of the season" I The basic citrus marketing prob-
lem. Dr. Reitz said Is rapidly expanding -:
American Legion Poet No 93 : "-P S4 ? Till MEN WHO *Crt CETUOTHa TXI ffJUUMS ON 6HCWT 9HORSBUNNlkrt
wishes especially to thank the following production Other prob- Ti'FRES COUNTRY,/C3E CLOTHES SPUN, IJAVt3 SE..AM TO RUY'RtAYtDi6 -
lems are quality, letter geographicdistribution STORY WOVIM AND SIWt3 AT HOMS BYTWCIQ MAOt CTOTKE4-TM* IiIi4D-hR
: Cnlted States Sugar Corporation of fruit disorderly BACK OF YOUR WOMEN FOLK DDWws so 8w evaTERFROHr611tY
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for a beet that was personally tsT, w
I marketing the Inability of indi Wal WE !VER i T WMaa _Atii7ntu
selected by Josiah Ferris. 6ET eatK/rt W at won 5 NflM t3N't TnAE A SEcouDAN
Jr., Joe B. Hendry and Milliard vidual firms to assume heavy short- T Satre to PDn'scum a1AISD a a GNa t
.I I term risks' In carrying on expert ctias;. M! ASult.TT .
Dros for two beeves, Home Appliance '
Co. for the use of the 'Pttbrj!} operations or In developing; uses
for citrus and the problem of expanding -
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lie Address system for several: I
consumption of citrus.
weeks This Bread Company for I 'H

the bread. Home Appliance Company -'I ,

Royal and Herring and i Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company, .o

t Hndspelh, ice distributors for storage The Sugar Dowl, The Beardsleys. / 1I
Home Appliance Company Christ- I a e J?
of the meat Christian Chevrolet !
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If t for advertising placards. Hendry Ian Chevrolet and Parker's Pharmacy -

Service Statio To the people of Clewiston
I County Motors fort! I I
washing Jobs The Tropical for re-1 I and the entire Lake area the Left! II

rreshments for the ball players La- ": Ion extends sincere thanks for helP-1) 2S I
Mooreton Club for a d<'nation dance ing to make the Labor Day celebra- : -
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and for the Labor Day ad in the tion so successful and making sucha ,TAILORS STMTEa MAKING M SSO CWMUO !VERYMat KH UMF3C DU91MS tWBCJVtVMMWiUClO ; !
I. Clewiston News to: Parkinsons health;: Contribution to the build | oafje 5 kEWCilES.33W1110 THiMQ AND LAID Tx rovuOtfOH Vi TML Fst5t ? ;
WAS DONE WQMtM AT K3M1TUtif roe MASS PBOOUCW5N Of QOrMEl. WMOftHM O9ZE9KM .
Inc.. Hendry County Motor Inc ins fund of the local r "tHOMOGENIZED t

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