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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 26, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00210

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County Normal RFC Will Make Loans : Given ::1 '

II' Wearing For Storm Rehabilitation; Top Priority For .


r Following Hurricane War Assets '
I !! The office of Congressman DWight Equipment

L. Rogers in Washington wired the I
editor of this Tuesday to theeffect
paper
i i Broken Diston Island Episcopal Services that that office had been advised P.T. A. Meeting At I' City County and Diston

i Dike Worst Threat Here Each WednesdayThe by the Finance directors Corporation of the Reconstruction '::r School House Oct. 3 i Island Given High 111 J (

that the portion of florida visited|I -
f To This AreaThe Hope of Help I
i Rex Arthur J. Lively. pastor by last weeks hurricane had been ; The first meeting of the Parent ,

| of the Episcopal churches in Clewis- : declared disaster area and the i Teacher Association for the current

hurricane of last Wednesday I ton and Pahokee was here ednes- loan agency in Jacksonville will accept -,, school term will be held at the, Following the declaration of a., -:.
and the smaller tropical disturbance i day to hold the first of weekly disaster loan applications from I school auditorium next Friday night disaster emergency In south Florida -
I whitfc breugM little wind but lots services which are scheduled each those in the area who may need financial -; October 3. at eight o'clock. They I by President Truman after .

of rain over the past week-end gave:j I Wednesday at nine o'clock in the assistance to rehabilitate association will have charge of the I last week's hurricane Governor

the efttire county a good soaking Woman's Club clubhouse An inviI their property damaged by the storm : first program and everyone In cordially -, Millard Caldwell called a meeting .
with an lad to three feet of water -i I tation is extended to everyone to attend The telegram is signed by Hattie i invited to attend. of city county and drainage district -s'

over a goodly portion of the entire I, these servicesFISHERMEN Mae Coke Mr Rogers' secretary j'I officials in Jacksonville last
1 area. Dot today, after two' ._- who advises that his office Till give Saturday from the area hardest( hit

j consmitir days without rain:I every assistance if It is needed I!'CASE OF PAPA'S by the storm. Attending from

headway ts being made toward alle-; TO ASK Glades County was Mayor F D.
J ; Tlatfng the flood conditions I; Yuan of Moore Haven and J. E.
: The high water in Lake Hicpo- SLIPPER" SOLVEDBY Frierson. chairman: of the board of
SUGARS
I cbe bftI"cl0e4" the Duton Island WRIT NEXT MONDAY TROPICAL county commissioners and chairmanof
south tfla* oa either side of the I Ii I the board of supervisors of DJ-
I i Htefttca spillway and something' I EXPLAIN DELAY IN PATROLMANThe ton Island Drainage District

-1 i like. a half mile of this muck diket TO GO ON NETTING I They learned at this meeting that
,! J washed out with consequent the War Assets Administration
1 11 i flooding of.the Diston Island area i I LETTERS THIS WEEK\ ; Case; of Papa's :-"itoP' started I would loan equipment to be used

'I i The. break was in a difficult place:i,, The legal staff employed In the out in the usual mystery story la fighting broken dike and ai"lat1Bg _-
: t-- j far maehtaery to reach but there i i I II II I manner Patrolman John Collier l flooded conditions due to
Okeechobee Commercial Fi(;hf ries
1 .I : are five draglines at work on the,i I F. D lann Moore Haven mayor riding a routine trip from Clewis- the storint and that another meeting -
Association and the St. Johns River
; breacb this morniag aDd J. E.Frferaon. : I and J. E. Frierson, chairman of the ton to Moore Haven Sunday wa would be held in Fort Myers .
group, composed of Pat Whitaker
j 'i chalratan of the board of j I county board received letters this reflecting that nothing exciting ever Wednesday In the interim applications ;
Taupe, Mile Mary Sckaatan, Okee-
aaparvisa, b 4iev.s that the break week from L. L Welch a member happen to a State Highway !'a- were made by the city for a i
chobe; n K. Dell, Jliaaii; and
T'01 be eked very shortly Plans I I I ,Tfaoa Dowda of Palatka will appear I of the Tropical Sugars corporation trolman. He regarded the cattle at small dragline and jointly by the i
call for temporary abandonment of I I before from Louisiana explaining that the the roadside with a bored eye, and county and Diston Island Drainage
the Supreme Court in Tallahassee :!
a portion of the district near the i I I on the coining Monday toapply : delay in moving to Florida has been I wished he had been a cowboy A District for a dragline a bulldozerand 'J

lake, teUdlng a temporary levee I I for a constitutional writ occasioned partially by Louisiana, plane droned overhead and Collier a truck for servicing the equip
-' along Baker Highway One of the i expected ill fortune in wished bed been an aviator Oh ment. Both applications agreed that
which will permit the resumption _.
district pumps' was closed down for I of fishing in Lake Okeecbobee and and the fact that they bad been unable Hum Nothing e>-er happens in the transportation costs and such repairs -,
time but has resumed operations to receive definite assurance -, life of a patrolman.
t a i the St, Johns halted on October 1. any as needed would be borne by
-;-. again now and water is said to be last year by a ruling of the State from Washington that quotas lie was approaching the Inter the applicants and the desperateneed :;

.' already falling Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission would not be Imposed In 1918 section of Highways: 80 and 15, and for the equipment was cited
r The area along Bare Beach not:: without adequate coverage for themin I had just about decided upon a lamb I The applicationswere, presentedby

:v i protected by government levees, Is! this new location. chop in preference to a steak for Frierson and P..X Lundy at the
;:1 feeling the effect of a high lake but I Ijf Last week the commercial fishermen Welch said that they had disposed : supper when his attention was Fort Myers meetlni and were given

water from Fisheatlng Creek is feel that they gained considerable of their main plant U Abbeville riveted upon a passenger car ahead. a top priority, giving high hopctsthail
, Little relief can, ground when Circuit Judge with the intention of moving aU of
't: dropping rapidly. From a rear window on the left the needed equipment will be
\ be expected from the lake, however Herbert Frederick of Palatka dlsI their interests to Florida but still side projected a hand A woman's soon forthcoming It ia understood ;,
until the level has dropped and I I charged a defendant on trial In his had some $250.000 worth of equipment hand, at that. Clutched in the that the equipment U on loan but
II this will take some time. Sunday I'I j y I I court for violation of the rulings and materials stored In the fingers was something white and may be purchased by the applicant

' water covered a good portion of the j jL I on the grounds that both houses of plant when it was destroyed by fire I fluttering The owner of the hand if they desire to retain It after, the
'I Ii' .Temnt between the the Legislature did pot agree on recently and considerable time had *
keport p (Continued oa Page 81 emergency U over -J. %-
levee a*
J (Continued on rage 4) I (Continued on Page 4) only partially covering the . t
I loss straightened out. i i'I .
NA At first be said, member of the Aerial Survey Shows
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; sugar division of the Departmentof
Forty Applications For Agriculture had given them every I

II assurance that they would be protected -:' Flood Under Control I
from reimposition of quotas I

Red Cross Assistance but that recent letters from these 1
officials had been so vague as to
cause much concern. For this reason I i Youngster Nearly 200 Mile Flight To Scan

Office To Be Open On Roy Lundy Takes Over representing Hugh Dre the<'klnrldre.company here who early was I I Drowned Saturday Flooded Areas MadeWednesday

Arcade Sundry Store in the summer had been sent to:
for MoreApplications
Saturday ; Washington to
Next WednesdayThe section officials and try to obtaina of Sam Hendry of Lakeport narrowly 1!
more definite commitment (Uy Harold E. (Crmrv)
escaped death from drowning A five-hour plane trip was made I
sale of the Arcade Sundry He apologized for the delay in
While the hurricane last week Saturday afternoon > Wednesday afternoon over areas re-
Store by Mr and Mrs Carr Settle is writing but said that most of the
way well be regarded as one of the The Hendrys, living about two ported debuted by flood for the
: bad been
announced this week and the new officers of the company
+ worst ever to strike Florida from weeksand miles from the levee on the Lake- purpose of presenting to the public
several
I owner. Roy Donald Lundy. will as- out of the state for
1 the standpoint of widespread de- I a birds-eye view of the situation The
sume the management on October had entrusted the writing to an port road, found their ranch-home: :
atrnctlon. the Red Cross reports night covered the region lOath and
I 1, Wednesday of next week official who had forgotten to take threatened by hign water from i
that no major rehabilitation" Job west of Lake Okeechobee and as
Roy has been at work this week care of It. nearby Ftsheatlng Creek The over
wit be 1It'C.llartby: that organization far west as La Belle, in an effort to
In the wake of the storm's path making several changes in the store While Welch's letter was not in I flow from the creek had eaten anew stem the rising tide of rumor ram
in Florida I designed to add materially to its any sense, definite it at least gave channel through their front pant cine the harricaa last week.

Applications for aid beyond needs appearance and convenience and 'assurance that the corporation Is:I yard, at the very edge of the front During the night seven com

> Of the period ao far have states that he will make It one of still working on the idea of bring porch. inanities which had been publicized
emergency the most attractive places of its ing their mill from Louisiana to
totaled only 40 In Glades County At about fonr o'clock Saturday la radio broadcasts and newspaper
Mack Greene chalrmsa of the kind that the town has ever bad. Moore Haven and hope that when afternoon the Hendrys decided to articles -devastated" by bout

Glades County Red Cross Chapter. Walls have been painted during they are assured of government leave for a safer place. Packing hurricane and flood were visited-

reports. Requests have been mainly the week, a hot water heater In- support then they can begin the had already been done, and a boat These Included Ce1ston. Moore

for repairs to damaged roofs and stalled. new fluorescent light fixtures movement of the mill was tied to the front pore ready Haven, Lakeport. Palmdsl. La

for maintenance Seeds of food placed on the walls and somenew to carry them to the highway a Belle then back east over Bean f

bedding, and in a few backbar mirrors wilt b' installed -I Typhoid Shots Are I quarter mile away City sad Bell Glade
In few days. lie plans to
a Piloted John Cockrin. veteran
by
clothing beyond the Inlt.nm'i The father carried a bundle of
floor covering on as soon as Started Tuesday For I
period put a : clothing to the boat and went back filer, teacher at the local flying

Greene said the heaviest registration possible i School Children into the house for another It school, who is familiar with the local -
of applicants In the 21 southern The store was opened by the Settles :I was then that little two-year-old terrain as viewed from the air

Florida counties in which: Red in 1'.Sand has been under the Johnny decided to investigate the the trip began at noon Wednesday,

Cross hurricane disaster workers are: management of Mrs Settle for the Dr. H. W, Hollingsworth health Hood Out on the porch he toddled from the flying field at Riddle

I r operating< has been in Palm Death past two Tears officer of the Glades-Highlands; i not minding in the least the fact Field. The, former RAF air field Is
'" from 500 i Health Tnit. was here Tuesday to that being used temporarily daring efforts .
: county, with applications eight Inches ot water was over
; families and In Broward county' LAKE LEVEL begin inoculations of school children -! the porch floor. When he reached -I to drain sections of the city

l the storm center 300 families i _. for typhoid and to giv.. booster the edge of the porch, he never airport which, while not Inundated
Other leading counties In umber The level of Lake Okeechobee shots to thOM who have bad the i stopPed, bat stepped right off into I are so damp as to make landing

of aid requests include Lee. with I according t. the new method of Inoculation recently enourh that j water over four feet deep Luckily and takeoff difficult
i- S7; mostly at Fort Myefs; Dade.. determination of mean sea level. they are still partially effective j he caught the side of the boat. The Here is the result of the survey:
R0, mostly la Miami and St. Lode I was about 17.1 ye'terday Adding Notes have been sent to all parents current clutched at him. and twang No; Flood lit CVwtrto

S$. Reports from 11 of the counties -!I to this 1.4 feet to bring the level urging that they give permission j I the boat around so that when Sam As Clewistoo people are already
hardest hit by the storm show I' up to Okeechobee datum under for their children to take these heard the screams, he had to leap aware, there baa ben aad U DO
approximately 1.200 applications to I which people of the area have shots which are a series of three I( into water arm-pit deep to resepeI flood situation In the city itif
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I consider the lake level a week apart. Adults are also either since the hurricane.
date At least 75 per Cent of these learned to the little fellow daring or
are from colored families, who also it Is now a little more than 1* feet urged to take 'the inoculation because -I Nor Is there any danger of any At

f' uffertd the heaviest losses In homes or some two feet higher than the of the possibility of a spreadof ao time daring or since the storm
QnM'IOS
destroyed or seriously damaged maximum control level The highest disease by flood waters. has water tea over the curbs lathe
I the Caloosa- Dr. Holliegsorth was In Clewis-I Th big lake
"Florldlans nave learned to take point reached by city of Owtoton *
hurricanes seriously and take precautions -: batches Canal here under ;he lam ton and La Belle yesterday to confer A dragline which had been loaned levee was never la any danger at

against them." Greene obxerved determination, was 1<.5. with officials la regard to adding! to DUton Island Drainage District breaking or being over-washed.

"In last week'i storm adequate Hendry County to the local salt i to work OB the broken dike by the Moore Havea. praaeaU a..different
preparedness measures paid Florida school buses carried 27.1of. > beginning: October 1. A nurse forth IT 3. Engineer sab-offte la Clewie-I picture Dooryardt ar* under ft

off in feY Urea lost and a remarkably :t all enrolled pupas to school last t'01IntiH of Glade and Headrr ton. .as take off the Job Wednesday few inches Of water ia some portions }
7 small number of injuries year State School Superintendent will arrive shortly and will be located moruiag for reasons not stat of that cttr and seven boom
: In the Florida storm area* j I| Colin English has reported. In Moore Haven She is Mrs.I'ed. A phone eaU by Ed Frterson I hi the northern section have water r
; who comes from Iowa to Senator Claude Pepper in Washington around However there t.
;: To speed the granting of rehabilitation 1' Tucker .... .. an them.
,r _, ii- .assistance the l\aVoul I! More;thaa 40t. specially iralnediMtractoW2ch& -' sent through Wednesday very little actual flood damage to
,- sent experienced f home ejt0n6rldaschoot mks lt'loridataree 'farm system had afternoon and the machine was baskon i be seem from'tie air fa thai .city.
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.1 Kathleen Norris Says : t2iJi 91 & ? .


Everybody knows good
counsel nf: t tim that bas!
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The Man With Tico Wives need of it, on very Leave about an inch of top on.;.
I\I Instead of sewing snaps I
Syndicate.-WNU Features. A night dab is a place one material, sew them to a piece carrots when preparing them 1 tot
t here the tables are reserved ,i icJ silk tape and whip the tape grating. This serves asa but
and the guests ate Gong the hem where the snaps I on which to hold wruie grating tsar,
aet. are needed. Prevents snaps from carrots and prevents fingers trt&.."
getting too close to the grater.
isironed.
1 Tla:. !s money to everybody cutting through when garment -.-
Tiszb but the forger. With him .
s -.- Before cutting out ganne
it's the other way round.
t oat i it I Two thin coats of paint give bet- from patterns on t.-,e dining __-
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i Many a person develops his ter results than one thick coat. table, spread the asbestos mat ca_
opinions in the dark room of i Sandpaper lightly between coats. the table to avoid marring it
prejudice. -

i Many a girl who loves a When hanlr.; -clothes to dry For pressing dark wool cli
sI man from the bottom of her items first because use a piece of dark wool next $P: ,
I hang large
st for anotherat the clothing and a dampened co-'
heart finds room smaller!! ones can be fitted into remaining .
the top. I spaces easily., ton cloth on top.
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1 Set Up a Fortune Telling Booth at Your ,


1t 1II r Party and Keep the Crowd Ent rtanedt t-

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on a fortune-telling booth to keep : TO COOL
the crowd entertained.Bedeck \ t EJfTJUf
&'M ES'"'r" . SCM.BS CHAFING
e,'" a! yountif in a cotorful t-irban Quickly apply! soothing and eon
: ; and chHwliog earrings; get out a oecn rt totting GRAYS OINTMENT wfta
FOR: q ; \,. card *<*. dominoes a crystal. bzl! or its wholesome antiseptic and .*-
tor
let wnvtOar
( tea Jen-e.-aud Tou'rt
Y7t.GQD I .tile... ture aiding medication.Nothing eiE. '
weekly Newspaper Service booklet like it-nothing so comfortu-1-g'
III No. Q expiate fertwie-teBHig by s:x PARTIES/ I Send & n) for troubles. 25o. Got a pockaf today.'
1 "Let Si t.rt.: ar reruns"tStC.weepy
J7Q S4. New
Service. t4J west
Newspaper
I ark 11. N. V. Print name addms. boo Buy U. S. Savings Bonds V
II! let tftte ad No. C 5.
( 11 "Ruib tm sad went its ear home, mttiug heal irsluble, tint very soon \ Card Fortunes Thrill
"1 'I knew that the and llmuj still loud tad other."

I \\/HETHER you're planning a
t i By KATHLEEN
: * bazaar of
charity or a party
I roar own you can always count
u SN'T YouPfenning
T it re
I I Illusions you
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JL about your Bottles Sealed iu Antiquity a
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are married?
you Louise Grant Lost but Little of Contents
Hew
ham. "And how I I

years sweep them Owing to the method by which

','C ing you wonder if they were sealed, bottles found in 1 i.
same woman who ancient tombs have sometimes t
1 knew one man so contained much of their original Then Get This New BOOK
.. "I should have liquid contents says Collier's.Among .
I well, for I was a I recent cases, a bottle of of SMALL HOMES PLANS
he was the family wine discovered in a 1,700yearold I It'i a big, full-color, 16-page book foil of new ,
older than I. grave in Germany was one- born ideas. Twelve small home designed by a -
i" the brightest spcJ, In third full; and a bottle of honey I, nationally-known architect. Shows floor plans and ..
elevations. A regular We Book for only 25c.
with tuberculosis.Vand found in a 3,300-year-old tomb in
i' Send a quarter BOW for your copy I
I back from three Egypt had undergone no change
strong and brown and whatsoever.
i natural that we should
,
fection deepening into

yr.: t t success, charm Gagged Nagging Women
:\.t popularity, his
home; with a June
roses, and presently Woisen in the Seventeenth cen-
rival of a beautiful tury were often tried for nagging.If I
sturdy baby son what they were convicted, they were
there was not a cloud led through the streets wearing II
meT iron muzzles over their heads with
.1't "Before we were j mouthpieces that formed a gag. I
told me of the other
:: life. He had been

very some lovely months, and I

she was the woman in
,r- told me that she had s k''
which the actress had

1 gravely confirmed he assured my REGULATES 8 WAYS ...ancl Enjoy Modern, Low-Cost IlEA T
fair was ended that
t the situation HELPS YOU

.. ,t there never had FEEL RIGHT with
could be any talk of a _

tween them. 4 KEEP RIGHT f

! .. I IfI "I don't know why I BE RIGHT j seat....m..a.MO CJM.MiL err.
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" ; .' the more for this It's the only heater of its kind In the world. .with sauti
HeaAicheT Bad bnataT
: .} myself so much his GaiT IndiietUoaT Sow 1. (CONSTIPATION torn.ackT big patented inner eon' ructions That's the secret of abun
'
e his wife so much the the cause? U JfaUre is dan, ekaa. healthful teat at remarkably low coat Bore
trusting, so sure that irrtfoUr does BM habit Inrmlnf : any kind of coal, coke or brigaeta. Heats all eight
; marvelous Harvey draft Safely-chaise regolaU latcstiBal with KEGCUuC tract ltkaarmlets. : without refueliDg. ,.holds fire several days dactt draft.
" 11 that it was with actual &11-,." KEGVLAX for 1 Requires le attention than 1nOI\furnace C.dealer's. .
e that I told him he n 'C'I real relief. 1 2 5c see for the WAR1I1I01tNING at'Our . .sad send
SMALL HOMES PLAN
BOOK.
I my Jealousy of this By Moil-85 TabUti $100 prepaid

! I could hardly expect Onfar: today tnm LOCKE STOVE COMPANY
! ;. Ii without love to the D. A. MITCHElL LABORATORIES D.pt.50 114 W. It tit 51. K uu city ., !!.
} f RETCRN OF Ions UNDA. CAUTOtNU (WlU

i 4 MJust before our
I an ofltee nurse who -- -

Harvey for years ; 1
i town. Sbe had gone ,
: 't fore our marriage;
given her a thought, jis
curred to me'to Gpefien
some Mrs. Smith
I with him. She had
a few weeks

overheard tiny baby telephone when an ihe bes ,

set me to thinking.
mitted the truth. He
;,o knew his patients, iRacher I
and that her honor -
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never permit a .

old intimacy. 1
"Was I stupid '
him? What else 'I L .
,, weeks I would not '
r we met at the country
changed a few civil
take of onlookers. ,
and I were iH, and I
rent In our home, I ? i
Invaluable and very I IB d
that she and Harvey I
, ether desperately and CL, AH die different brands peopU Tar tow duxutad of owi a

and that the old smoked during du wartime .* rne4 fnxm actual smoking expertnot -
. I made a few cigarette
again. sitonagc NuoraBy, that cool fttrorfnl Caiaelf afe
of "
both, and moken -
o ; to wapartd. them bad
-:. pelf skk. Harvey i j
f" 0 ,,' about it, but very '! .
: -' ,, Ruth was his real h
'' wife. I !
4 :- I his play-girt
:'::, ,;;: mink coat; ) I
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4 Gem of Thought I I
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LET us have faith that Right !
Might and in that j I
faith let us to the end dare to II
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do our duty as we understand
; Good Training Doe's Orden it-Abraham Lincoln.
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'f She-Where did you learn to kiss "Why do you come back day I
like: that? Graf men unbrukt frttt ttntfi i <\ ,
: after day and knock on back : W > *
II' my I v
He-Clucking at the horses. HC sse the *rt trtst; bolt i.-
door? asked the lady of the
.
UMSI shay Ibid them tMj-Vf I
tramp. I I
i ses.rjeex
( . .
Come Back "My doctor told me that whenI

I [ Mjftr-DiJ't you get my btttrfftng found diet that agreed with me You cannot prevent the birds i :
f: you* to stick to it." of sorrow from flying over your
r Bof-Ytt, sir; but oat she tmtilott. I
head but them
can prevent
;: II sail .Rn_ i. ate legs you
.- from building nests in your
For sale baker's business !
; good
hair Chinese proverb. i
: Labor Lost trade; Lute oven; present owner . .
,: Math Teacher-And so we find has been In it for 7 years. Good': Those who never retract their !

that X is equal to zero. reason for selling. Advertiselment. pinions love themselves more -c
j Fresh (amazed) What? All He should be browned off than they love troth.
; that work for nothing? by this tune. j ;



I' < Jenny lind's Concert Tour I SWAP! CRACXLE! ANt TOP! SAY.. ""lI -

Created Greatest FurorAmerica's f

< NEM ,, fI
I greatest furor was fJ I

i' that created by Jenny Lind, the pDp1, J

I Swedish singer, daring her concert
tour (1850-1852), says Collier's.

Its extent is indicated by a col- I I

I lection of Lind ana owned by the
: New York Historical society which
I
contains, among its thousands of
I items, scores of the countless RiCE

articles on which her name and .8

portrait were used as a trademark 1 t I
il RICE KRISPlES/gffffJ
j&tyft /
or decoration, such as bonnets Pastry Makes a Delightful DessertSee

beds whiskies wallpapersand j ( recipes below.)
even men's fancy vest Be tore you ret America"favorite tic cereaX
b1Jt.1
1 tons. P.S* the on. and only KeSogfi Rice Krlsplatl Pastry Tricks I LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUGreen

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Now that cooler weather has
tome, we can all indulge in a few Peppers Stuffed
With Meat
of the richer des-
SIVINTIIN THOUSAND DOUAIS from Buttered Rice
that we've
50 acre of tingle crow hybrid teed avoiding Asparagus Vinaigrette
D
corn!That was one of the accompluh- hot, swel Grape and Melon Salad Muffins
menu late year of Champion Farmer Itsefts weather 'Cottage Cheese Apple Pie

John I.Gannon and hit father,William it's cooler 'Recipe given.

P.Gannon,on their?8>-acr farm near I won't mind

r Valeria, Iowa. Hog antes totalled on I 0l._ the oven if Combine aQ ingredients. Pat
.r 400 head. In a recent month. 16 purebred baking the pie firmly into pan. chill for several
Guernsey cowt, three of them is required and hours. Fd with above filling and
dry returned $504.73 over feed COM. you won't mind taking the extra chiIL
Seventy head of purebred Aberdeen time for their preparation.There Lemon Chiffon Pie
was a time when we (Xmelaca)
,and their calves,provide
Angus cent thought of pie as something with a 1 envelope plaia unfavored
profitable outlet for roughage.So does a crust made of shortening flour and gelatine

flock of Ih r-The Cannons bale 7CWO water, but now there are many new 14 cup cold water

J bales of hay annually. Careful pasture crumb crusts from which to choose 4 eggs

management,manure and commercial -and sometimes these are even 1 cap white corn syrup
feruiuen and a soil conservation. program better with certain types of fiUhngs. Is cap lemon Juice

a keep the farm highly productive If you want a real taste delight li teaspoon salt ..-
i For economy and efficiency in operating ._ experiment with new crusts novel 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind ,

their farm equipment. Champion fillings and gather yourself a new Soften gelatine in cold water.

Farmer Gannon ha found it pate to and delicious collection of pastries Beat egg yolks .add corn_ syrup
depend on Firestone tires. When he from which, to choose desserts. Wean lemon juice and

and hi father buy new tractors, they grow tired of eating the same salt Cook in
specify Firestone Champion Ground things day in, day out, and there'sso double boiler until
much new In the way of foods of custard t
In the Shelia Ann
Grip photograph it's just not a smart homemakerwho consistency stirring
Gannon with her grandfather,WilliamP. doesn't find different touchesto constantly. .

.Cannot and her father, Champion I add to her menus. Add softened

Farmer John J.Gannon. I Since faQ is on the way you'll be : gelatine and stir

using pumpkin quite often. Here : mnta dissolved. '

r.1 me/.. ..a-ter-tl... X Gm chart., write Cbeapi.eScram. !. The I are two excellent variations of the Add grated lemon -
aid rind. Cool, and when mixture
fashioned pumpkin pie, both of
'irelteM A lubber c... Akr";, O.
I which are guaranteed to make a hit begins to thicken fold in stiffly
; nth the family. beaten egg whites. Turn into baked
pie shell or crumb crust and chfll.
LjdIi Orange Pumpkin Pie
Nine Inch) Honey Crunk Pie Shell
3 caps oven-pepped rice cereal
Champion Farmers Specify 1 teaspoon ginger X tablespoons honey
1
teaspoon cinnamon U cap melted batter e.
)i cop boiling water margarine

Ji cap brown sugar Crush rice cereal into fins

H teaspoon salt crumbs. Add honey and butter; mi*
2
eggs welL Press
\ evenly and firmly
1V4 pumpkia
cups around sides and bottom of
pie
pan.
1 cup evaporated milk (scalded)
Bake in slow oven (m degrees
1 tablespoons orange juice about 10 minutes. Cool before add.
x Make a smooth paste cL the leg filling.
CHAMPION GffipNsDHpO apices and water. Add with the Cottage Cheese Apple Pie

sugar salt and Nine lath)
beaten eggs to
the "rlJ 14 caps apples, sliced thin

Stir U cap sugar
Ji teaspoon cinnamon
:
(\
add U teaspoon nutmeg
pumpkin.fIi1J Pastry
GET extra pulling po>*er... longer tire life.. Add and H cap sugar

JL and smoother riding Champion Farmer John J. da U teaspoon salt '

f Gannon and his father specified Firestone Champion 2 eggs slightly beaten

Ground Grips for their new tractor. shelL Bake in a H scalded cup cream and U cop milk
together
Tem show that Firestone Champion Ground hot oven (425 degrees) 15 minutes, 1 teaspoon vtnffla
then reduce to a slow (300 degrees -
oven
Grip clean up to 100% more effectively, pull up to ) and bake until filling is just 1 cap cottage cheese

62* more, lout up to 91ft longer: and roll smootherover let I. Combine apples, sugar and spices.
highways than any other tractor tires .j;. Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Pour into pastry lined pie tin. Rake

important facts to cost-conscious (umen. With Gingersnap Crust in a hot oven (W degrees F.) IS
minutes. Meanwhile add and
Ground Grips are (Nine lack) sugar
Firestone Champion
Only salt to eggs, combine with hot milk
made with connected curved traction bar These 3 egg yolks, slightly beatea and cream. Add vanilla and cottage:

bars clean with a plow life action . giving the 1 cup sugar cheese. Pour over apple mixture.
pulling Extra tread rubber t IlL raps pampkla Continue baking. a moderate oven
Champions more power. .
Bite" 1i cup milk (m to 350 degrees F.) 40 minutes,
in the bar connections gives them a "Center H teaspoon cinnamon or until mixture sets and U a deli
in the heart of the traction sone. This, too, means H teaspoon stttti sate: brown.

more pulling power. The extra rubber in the con- teaspoon ginger Date Cream Pie

netted tread increases tire strength . lengthenstire Ct H teaspoon nutmeg Nine lath) ..<.1
O 1
tablespoon gelatin
life . moneysaving points you can't overlook U cap cold water H cap sugar
when you buy new tractor tires. So when you oft s 3 egg whites 1 U CB, eernstartk :
salt
buy . buy the best . buy Firestone Champion- o. Whipped cream 2 teaspoon caps thick soar cream -c.,

Ground Grips. Combine egg yolks. H cup sugar 2 eggs, slightly beaten

1JIHe". Y.... .,,..... Neet J.........laC [ANY OTHII TRACTOR THE jumpkin milk and spices. Cook in Z caps dates, Bartered
A o. iouble boiler until thick.
1Mt. Soak gelatin 14 cap pecan meats chopped
in water S minutes, add to pump 1 teaspoon lemon juice
tin mixture. Mix and cooL When Maca baked pie slid
!Suck add remaining sugar and fold Whipped cream

FIRESTONE CHAMPION Ground b stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour in Combine cornstarch and
?ie shell and serve with whipped sugar 3
salt. Add cream. Cook to doufcb
tream. boiler stirring constantly atilt

take a CENTER BITE Crust thickened. Add egg, then isles .*4 ,
Grips Itt cops gingersnap e. graham pecan meats stir we11. cooL AM

cracker crumbs lemon Juice, pour into p.eJ..**.
H cap batter (scant) CooL Top with whipped cream "'

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I PAGE FOUR GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1W7: _

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GLADES COUNTY Sunday and a brisk east wind! 40 Applications- president of United States Sugar ioTlF OP..It..ITIOt.LUU1.ISTESTIO: : T. :.- .*>

brought a wind tide of several Corporation Clewiston. Wednes- : >!

DEMOCRAT inches. day morning announced "All we i TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: ; : I'JlFAaUTER
(Continued from Page 1) can do is keep pumping the water
Anyway we had a lot of fun .. :
MOORE HATE. FLORIDA N' Uce hereby given that tip u. :
wading around out there, getting disaster caseworkers Into most out. dertiffMd wider the provlaMfaCfcaMer Of .
Eu errd storm-struck communities to assist "It's difficult to find a place to MM*. Lw. of FToftta, A *p .
U second-cla matter Uay: stuck in the hyacinth covered canal of mi. will register with the Clerkof "
I, 1127 *t the Po.tofflee at :MooreKaren. which had been a road and helping chapter workers in the necessary pump It to however, said Ferris. the Circuit >"ours, In an. fst _
Florida, under the Act of verification of needs. Assisting the "With the present high lake level CMade County Florida upon rappt ':;.- '
CcBgresa of larch L 1$)?. out cars of folks coming to town of proof of publication of this notI s ak i:: "
local chapter is Miss Jewel Graves, it seems rather pointless to even '
at least for the night. I don't know the fictitious name to-wit ,
disaster service representative from pump. This high level which has GLADES HOVSEHOI.D APPLIA" when I've been quite as tired and ,
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Published Every Friday By I Red Cross been building up'aU summer long CORPORATION: .
Southeastern Area headquarters ..
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hot weather under which
THE GLADES PHIVTISO CO. lae. as nearly frozen in as we" .irt- engaged IBMS b
before the hurricane arrived is a Moore H.iven. :
P'\orida.1
in at
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Atlanta. Red Cross administrative
CARR PaallaaerSabaerlrtl.a back to town about ten
SETTLE. when we got
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example of what sheer stu- the parties interested in laid. i_
shining
headquarters for Flor-
o'clock that night and realized that ne.* are x 8 follows: :;
there were adults to be taken care ida hurricane operations has been pidity can do," added the vice- Glenn T. Brower '
TboniaK K. HarkettoU -
.. RatesU. I of as well as children so all the set up in West Palm Beach. president. N I)avisu .- /.
Tear tz.MIta former I plans were chucked out the Miss Graves took applications for -- Tr.it'-d tt Moore Haven. Florida Ihte ,:-.
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MBtk __ '109 ISttj d. \ -f September 1S4? ''
!f window. It .was nearly midnight several days from an office established __ yonp SUBSCRIPTION PAID Sept. 136.. Oct. J. It. ,_ _
before accommodations had been In the Post-Office Arcade here :" ,..
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I found for all of the women and and since that time -has made many

I children and some of the men Just personal contacts. She announcedthis

3E44NDE'1INGS I had to take it the best the* could week, however that she will -I
j that night. again be In the office there tomor- Mil YOUR' HM(

By Carr Settle I'm really sorry that some of those row Saturday) afternoon from two

"j folks had to wait so long, tired as to five to accept applications for ALWAYS HAVE

It is really an ill wind that Mows! they were, for a place to rest but It I II assistance from those who may i.I'
1 .. nobody good but it took semal j was through no fault of the People I II have been mteMd. Whether 01 no ;

days fr ns to find any good out of or the local Red Cross the office will remain open here A mm : .
I officers'J after tomorrow has not >t been ,
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the reec&t hurricane and the heavy Plans just hadn't been ,-
rains and subsequent floodwaters I cover the sew threat, which luckily, learned.
It took some local fishing enthusiast -j never amounted to a great deal and Miss Graves has also cooperatedwith .

to discover it and since then I I many of the folks have now return- the county h lath unit in requesting JL .a .
the fever has been running high,I ed to their homes i the dusting of Glades and YOU k
finally infiltrating the Democrat office -! --- I Ilendry Counties with a DDT dust want your family to ,.T a ': :

,_' on Tuesday of this week when I ; to keep down the mosquitoes which leave home if fometLing .
It Is to be hoped that the attorneys a even
Calvin Whidden came by to say that have been very bad at times since : F
the I for the! commercial fisher-i the should life insurance it the Beit .'S
the bass were jumping out of .. water came up and will prob- happen to 700.
men will hare a tot of success when i
water after any sort of plug at the ably get worse.
t_ bridges on the LaiepOrt road. We they appear before the Supreme I While most applications for guarantee that the plan you have for your fam-

could hardly wait for quitting Court Monday for the plight of these Greene said, have been confined to ily'g kappineil will Le carried out fi
fishermen bad at best, is now
time to go out and try our luck and, roof repairs the Red Cross will, it
as usual, when we arrived at the critical. The storm has knocked the need warrants, grant funds for Consult *friendly Life of Georgia a ent about -
i had quit out jobs that might have been ob- an entire -d-'S,.
appointed place the bass rebuilding job, all at no
tiling. We caught a mew which tained and I'm told has just about cost to the applicant. All aid Is a aotand program for the financial future o{ ..!""

might have passed the scrutiny of ruined frog-hunting which has been being granted on an individual family. -
a game warden and decided we'd the means of livelihood for these family basis, with no obligation to your ,;:
go back at daylight the next morn- folks since the lake was closed. It repay, and for disaster-caused needs "
would seem that if evidence was '
Ing and try our luck.\ only.
while the next morning introduced sufficient for a Palatka Greene was Informed by disaster /llrra/2e
For a ftnJLfJifJ ..
judge to rale that the amendment
headquarters in West Palm Beach
nothing bit but the mso niJto8 but
which created the fish and game that building materials manufacturers .

::-', our along location about a seven little o'clock bit and we for moved about I commission was illegal and InoPera- and Jobbers have assured the )\ ! [ .
tive, that the same evidence couldbe Red Cross that emergency supplies
an hoar had more fun than I've THE OLD RELIABLE SINCE 1eel < ,
presented in the right Place to
of roofing and other badly needed J
had in many a year with a rod and .... >
f
reelTh three of us. Calvin. Fred I get the amendment thrown out at materials for building repair are en.s..tu..a $

and I brought in a string of once without months of legal ma-. being shipped Into the storm area.
neuvering. For a lot of these folks F mrlf INDUSTRIAL LIFE sad HEALTH INSURANCE CO
t'We ty-four which weighed forty-
it's either return to fishing soon
string Fishermen To Ask- ,, ,
one pounds a really pretty or be taken care of by relief '" --
of fish and there have been plentyof
of
I agencies until some other means
others during the past few days
livelihood turns up. (Continued from Page One) -"
who have come in with catches fore it was submitted to the people

which would make ours look lousy.I and because of this the amendmentis A HOME IN A HURRY "
The flood waters bring the fish County Nearing- Illegal and Inoperative.The .
in from the open lake by the millions defendant In the Palatka
and while the water is high
(Continued from Page 1) case was Clyde Degolyer who had
excellent fishing may be expected. been charged with using a seine to Government Surplus ulldin *--10'xW Novelty htdlDlr.
from there to Harney Pond Canal catch catfish, crappie and bream in 16 windows' door*--Floors-Sills -Koofs-frhlea. Deliveredto

Sunday afternoon someone decided over the old road vehicular trafficwas the !St. John's River in violation of your lot-in 16 ft. sections for only $500. Erected OB your
lot, outside city limits, $T7>-I6'xl6' 9275 Delivered Erect
possible only by high trucks,
that it would be a good idea to the commission's ruling and also '
bring in all of the school children swamp buggies and jeeps because selling certain imported fish such ed, $375. ,;,

from the Bare Beach area, find of deep water at the Cove bridge as Canadian bream. NATIONAL SALESP.
them rooms in town and allow and a bank of hyacinths over the Attorneys said the decision threw
0. BOX IS91 TAMPA FLOH1DA
them to attend school since it may road between the Sherman Click into question the existence of the
be some time before bus service I farm and Harney Pond. Portions of; game and fresh water fish commission -
: can be restored. Arrangements were the old road were still out of water as a constitutional agency because -
I made for the lied Cross to provide I but It was small. In the face of the constitutional requirement

f extra meals at the school lunch-I of expected gales that day most that the identical amendmentmust i I .
.t room and everything was going families were evacuated from this be agreed upon by both houses

along fine. Something that hadn't area, not because of wind dangerbut of the Legislature, "a paramount
been counted on, however was the rather the water damage from and mandatory requirement which
report of a new storm, coming np wind tides from the lake. Most of has not been complied) with." '

across Cuba into the Gulf paralleling these families have now returned Attorney Bell said this week that s
the Florida coast and Just I to their homes. Hurricane damage the effect of the Palatka Judge's FLAMINEIO-

ahead of us, as we went up with a,i I along the Beach was comparativelylight. decision would be largely local, applying -
couple of jeeps and the school bus only to his circuit but
to get the children, rode Patrolman The railroad bridge at Palmdalewas should be of substantial help in obtaining ,
Johnny Collier In a big Army truck repaired Sunday night and the the constitutional writ
to alert the residents for the new first train' since the storm came In Even if the writ is turned down,

storm. Now when the lake is as Monday. Dell said, fishermen will probablybe AIRY I FEED
I
i nigh as it was Sunday in front of High water In the CaloosahatcheeCanal allowed to operate pending final I

the Beach It doesn't take a very which rose to at high level of determination of the Palatka ease ,
hard wind to bring a wind tide 16.$ contributed to flooding certain as well as the cases which the
I which would sweep over the few portions of the town but city! South Florida fishermen have appealed Roughage and Concentrated Feeds _

dry spots left out there and In- pumps are now at work and were to the high coart.
crease the depth of the water on there sufficient laterals to handleall CONTEST Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users :,
i the road to where residents wouldbe of the city there would soon be FISHING COXTI.VUKII '

: virtually marooned so it didn't no standing water. As It is the FOn SAL tX THIS AREA AT DEHYDRAtlNG PLAXT IS ,
take a great deal of argument to water level will have to be reduced The O"'ebee Big Mouth IUn MOORE HAVE = ,
i i ; convince most of the families that largely by seepage from some flooded fishing content underway la title _
i! It would be a good thing to get out gardens and yards. Reports that| section sInce August 1, haw beenextended VVOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
Until the result of the second storm the river Is dropping rapidly below I I to include the month of
: could be noted. To make matters La Belle lead to a hope that the I| Ortolxr. Earlier plans net the clue. MOORE HAVES !
Ii t worse and to add to the jitters river will soon start downward to i I Ing date es Sept. SO. However due ,,:i "
the td the Illness of the director, and I a
there was a deluge of rain Jn normal giving relief by gravity
Bar Beach area shortly afternoon drainage. the huiirrane. It was derided to ex ..JJl.
i tend the contact another month.

| Local sport fl.*ermea predict, r
.tlrwrirw.ee | that the next two, month will, cei .
f If I i the bn4 fi.! hin# ever Been In this j, .de't. . -tl

j From where I sit ...4J Joe Marsfo area Tim hurricane, with Its subsequent /O 4 446 .t

i flood waters, U MU<1 to fee ( ., l
credited with thift. Joe ( Griffin loI 'b
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Js. cal rixhcrman, stated today that the Why
I Wait?
i next two months will produce fish I

'- We All Neal Fun > of a Mze and number not seen in
i this are for years p *t.
L ffJ, This, explain Griffin, b due to Enjoy New Appliances NOW_ !
I the fart that the wind and deepwater v h ;

i NobocI11D Our Town.is exactly of beer; and for the kids,parcheesl on the lake U driving the WE OFFER LOW-COST CONVENIEuT =
lazy (even though Pete Swansea's or the radio. Doesnt meaa everybody \ has Into shallower water It I.
:missus claims ho sleeps till seven ha to like the same thing. i\ a well known fart that the larger

$ AJL). But the hardest working so long as they relax have fan together [ bawl lie in deep .water where they TIME PAYMENT PLANS :
are hard to al. However If
; get ,
in the home.
nun of all is Doe Hollisttr-oa .
: they can be intercepts on the mote
1 <- can(, Eoming, BOOB and night. Doe doesn't hare much time him j or In rfialtowwater, they mar foren -

d ..'. funny thing,Doc'a favorite pretelf. After a hard day hell relax ; their native wilincws and fall i ICIilHHKflKTlfKl> An Approved
scription to his patient i*: You before the fin with a glass of beer victim to the hats otre"4.t .
I
'w ought to haft fua- The pace ofand wait for the phone to ring GENERAL tt ELECTEIC:

. vl: modem tiring, even on the farm again. And from where I sit. Doe t "All We Can Do Is tlhHtg t tTle. S k
deserves each well arned minute tViCk ::
; relaxation.sMfia ;, .
i., demands some I
l' -r .of rV: : '..xation.n I Keep On Pumping" :.. .. :
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Wfew and refreshing glass : estimate of damage : : L-- -- a4JK. *-":
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'RID'1". isEPTEMBKU! 6, 1947
'_ . GLADES: COl'XTY DEMOCRAT P.\c.t: Pa'PERSONAL
c.

..oY< ; )+: class mother, again this year Mrs.J. Secretary Alta Tee 1cOlt-: "':

SCHOOL DAZE II B. Cox who so diligently work- Treasurer, Idral Bowes 1
ed with us last year to make our (Continued OB P.... 8 i

i SENIORS! Sophomore year a well rememberedone.
I and SOCIETY (By Elizabeth Jones) FIRST METHODIST OK: (MRev.
I The Seniors bad their first class I It Is with great anticipation that W. S. no-.. P... :,r

meeting and elected: the followingclass we look forward to a better and
t" officers: I more profitable year. We are hoping Church School-lOtt a. a. -

a aGO G ; G G G G G a a G a G G 0 G eGG G a. a- .. .". ". .T.-..A&....... ..u. ..If. . .vo Jimmt Click President. l that our Junior play sad ban Morning Worship-11:90 a. m.

Mr. aad Mrs. Wm. M. Adkins of Miss Francis Frideil Cntbbert McDuffie, YI -Preldent. quet will be a wonderful success' The Methodist Chorea .ues4 a -
and Mrs.
Vtro Beach spent the week-end Merry Gantt Roberts 1 Doris Griffith, Secretary. I and that the seniors will look back welcome to you. Tta (,arch
ler football attended the Elsie Mae Story, Treasurer. on these events with much plea School haa a'class fore:y ago
game at Pahekee
night. Thursday Elisabeth Jones Class Reporter. I' I Ton are' inViteO to worsai with as

Mr. sad Mrs. B. O. Woodward re- I There are six seniors which seems sure.Our school: has been so entirely I in the regular church worship hour

tuned Wednesday fr.m several days John Collier ef to be a very small class but we ex-' redecorated that we felt almost lost -_.
in Port )Head. business visitor Lakeland was a Pt to do a great deal of work this''I at the beginning of the year. We 1 CHOOSE l'OmIR POKCE
I in town
Tharsday year. have many mere conveniences now SCHOOL BEFORE ENX1STMJ: ; :
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Mr. Collin L* with Swift aad Com I
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Matter were paDl.i Bettte Robinson, who would have i than in previous years and we I
All Exprnsrs PaM aDd At Iw.t $75
visitors Saturday teVet want to express oar deep
Fate bees a sassier. Ie attcaxiiag Warren
Beach. i W. L. WUIw--;and Mr. BoceJaan Wflawa School la Swaano&a. N. aWe i tion to those who have a-ecla-I A Month While Learning
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improvements possible. Never before has their Force :
i regret leafec Settle for she
the
,of eaclaert el .* of Rfat *-
Miss Fraacis KrtaaB tIC Ant BectrUkatloa. Waaalaatoa, D. ... bass with as for a long date.Jl'MOKS I We hope that our sponsor wiawon offered the young men America
Teaa.. to be here and we can start work the chance to select one of more
the
taaooga. heave gaeatof I c.. were taataeaa sM..... here last 1. I
Mrs. Merry Caau Ttnfcorti. rvaek. I is a Mg way. j thaa 35 Air Force specschools:

I (By Lois Cox) j i iI _'OPHmIOR&I I tefore sigateg op. But rient now. '
TilE MIGHTY :< and for a li sited I>< -., Shelley CoMeU Mid Day P4ftt &loa' Stalls and Harold Cam re-I I At the ead of last year we i ,
(By Peggy Static) a high school edaeaUr. an JFIQ
of Belle Gtoo weft vrnlam te HWfted Saaoay to Gadaeavltte where; thoagat that probably we weald be
TIM Softoraores all Mea delighted up for 3 yean or more oDd be as- 11
Ioore! Haven Thara&ay nigh ti* had jut _rolled as atarteaU;one of the largest graduating classes J started
that s wIoI has once cared of attending the school of their
at Florida University wfcea they 1 la aoave time, bat we have Mel to
more and that we are betfaafag choke.
._ L. J. RoaMa Asstataat Scat earn hone to see what damage had eoaaMeraaty redaced, so that by settle down from the effects of the witn servicecan
You previous
: Attoty of Arcadia, was in town bees dene by the hurricane neat year It looks as if we will only men
storm. i
begin this career cl. _> to home
Tharsfsy"oa business. have a "haadfal" to graduate with
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Dazey. ... We are happy to have Mr. Brace with reasonable assuraao c( a one-
Damron as our class sponsor, and assignment in ycir selected _
j' year
who hue considerable baeineMfrejierty chosen class
Hub Spooler of Christian Chevrolet We have finally our "3
wish at this time to welcome the -
we Army Area. _
in Clewisto-n, was In town on Miami Beach were down officers: 0
'. W.4toe.., oa basinecs.Mrs. there the latter part of last week to President Don Galasstni. :other new teachers to our school. You may choose radio radar, i
'; ; check on hurricane: damage. They Vlce-PresMeet, Bobby Sexton. As officers for the coming year i weather observation aircraft mechanics :

M,'. C. V. Wadlow left last Friday were pleased to Had that their Secretary Jeanne Heflin. II we have chosen the following: 1 : or control tower operationand

:f.- night for a visit with relatives. greatest loss was some noon light- Treasurer, Wilson Cason. President Rupert BalL : whatever the field, your Army
,
In TaHa and Okmnlgee, Otla. in g. Reporter Lois Cox. Vlce-President, Annie R. Bryant. and Air Force Recroitteg Officer :; '
We are all very anxious for the Secretary, Betty Arno .L can provide you with complete details .. i i

J. E. Friereoa aad F. D. Faun Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Quentin of time to come: when we can order Reporter. Peggy Stalls. and the necessary: ; traln'J
were buata. visitors in Jackson-: I Colon City Tenn.. arrived last Saturday oar class rings, that being one of the Class Color, Red and White. blanks. After your specialized
, :"' Tine Saturday and $enday.P. morning for a visit with her meet thriiiiag moments of "a Song "Smile Awhile." lag, you will be assigned to a unit I
pareets. Mr. and Mrs P. E. LundY.I Junior." Class Mother, Mrs. Crnta. which needs a man wRb your skin.

E. Laady and j. E. Frierson They said that from the etorm reports I We are very proud to bare as our Class Motto. "The Elevator toSuccess A young man who euiarfc* upon

.:: -.- were IB Fort Myers Wednesday onI,5 they were able to get there Isn't Running; Take The an aviation career: in this way

baIaeM.l they hardly expected to find of a skit prepared by six of the club Stairway.' stands an excellent (han. r for i i

fcV. thiag left here on their 1111.1-1 members which occasioned much Our class has grown considerably rapid advancement
this year and we are elpectlag to Early choice will be :.e-t choice
Mrs. John Brow of Vtro Beach amasemeat as a school areae. Mrs. .
Q : : .was a visitor her Taeadar aaght Friends here will be interestedto I'' Gladys ?t.U s did a nice job a. theold have many good times togetherdaring so KO to yow nearest l' .-=. Army
: sad Wedaeaday.Rev. learn of the birth of a six pound maid school teacher with Mrs.F. the coming school tens. aDd Air Force Recruits Station, at
y. three ounce baby sir to )lr. and M. Probst Mrs. Ward Roberts. We are very proud of the way the U. S. Army Recruiting Of'ip.. Leoa

:; Arthur J. Lively.oI Pakotee, Mr*. U. G. Moore at their home in I I Mrs. Frances Hardy Mrs. J. H. school: has been redecorated and we Building Fort Myers. Fa.1X !: .
' the Jacksonville OB September 1 who i want to express oar conduct
: was here Wednesday to : Difley and Mrs. J. A. Le as paplls.Refreaaraents J
has been named Nancy Louise. This to there who made these
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first Episcopal services.Mr. of ice cream and >U RKXT-UO acre 11111- k land
news comes from the baby's aunt changes possible. I
rookies were served by Facer Grade-
home-made i for track' crops and Mrs Dewey Toa,hias Mice Louise Moore of Bnuteaton the hostesses to: Mr. and Mrs. FredA. Ton will be hearing from aa many Recently eh+,ped. Wet!! ditcaed.
were b....... visitors in Bradenton who with hr mother is oa vacation Flanders Mr. and Mrs. F. M.Probst times daring the year, and we hope Call 4391, Boca Graade R. B.

one day this week. in Oklahoma.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Yaun that you will enjoy "The School Bowden. tf.
,,:" Mr. and Mrs. K. Mirdock. Mr. and Days"' as much as we do.
Mrs. Fred Jenkins and Mrs J. C. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and Mrs.
Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Muller ,
. to yesterday took Jimmy Don MYTH GRADE SALE Five-room fosse, withor
r: < Swta4U drove Tampa Miss Margie Cram J. H. Dilley, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. FOR -
- ,>;,,:: : watte Mrs. Jenkins has been uader' Wilson to Stetson Uaiversity in Keenan Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Tompkins (Xelda Howdeshell) without furniture. Mrs. L. M.
: atedtesl treatment DcLand Sunday where he will bea Mrs. Ward Roberts Mrs. Certainly all of us have noticed Lilly Box 212, Moore llavea. Florida
the coming term. proud of the reconditioning tfc.
student during Frances Hardy Mrs. J. A. Lee. Mrs. and are very
. Charlie Kelly, representative of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Greene went Mrs. Gladys Stalls, and improvement in appearance 1
R. D. Lyons
- r.- te H.W.. B. Drew Ompany of to Tampa Wednesday where Mrs. Mrs. L. E. Farnam Mrs. H. c: Taylor of our high school building -
Jacksonville was in town en business -i Greene was forced to undergo a Mrs. J. W. Adklns. Mrs. C. H.I which changes were made during
Wednesday. second operation on her nose. Mr. the summer.
: Settle Mrs. Carr Settle Mrs. D. C.
1 i Greene returned home yesterday Gorman, Mrs. Jacob Heflin and Wilma Jane Thompktna. formerly Mark R. Tcnnant
Mr and Mrs. Charles C. Williams and Is hopeful that Mrs. Greene Mrs. Stanley Wayman: and to I of Bradenton Junior High enrolledin
former owners of the fish will be able to come home this gUt'sts--Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Norton our class on Monday, Sept. 1$. IJee..N
I
in the south part of town,I week-end. P. Ewing M. all give her a hearty and sin
Wednesday camp on an extended tour. I Jr., Mr. and Mrs.Miss E.Myrtle Bouldin: ,''We welcome. Wilma Janes parents Real Estate Broker
-- E. Morrison.
..Jf' of the state and had not yet made I Woman's Club Has Mrs. Dan Griffith. Miss Audrey I I operate Williams Fitting Camp GLADES COC5TT 1.AVM
:;' their plans where they would 10- Bradford Thos. Moye on the canal. 1
Coulter Mrs. MUmL Fla,
dos Coacresa Bldr-
,.- ute.I. j Reception for MembersOf I Mr. Semeco, W. O. Whittle. Mr. and I Our class has elected.the follow;
Mrs. Wm. Damron. Miss Jean Moore ing officers for the coming year: i
Faculty III
School
Taylor.
and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 1tinartcb.I President Robert

I for the!I I -
f The annual reception
I members of the school: faculty was\i'.
night by the Woman's(
held last ,
with Mrs.F. .
Club at their clubhouse
D. Yaun and Mrs. H. C. Taylor| I

as hostesses. 'j I

A brief address of welcome was I Announcement
given by Mrs. W. F. Muller club
Mrs. L. E. Farnam.!:
and
:\l'\DY & MONDAY president Introduced;
sounly superintendent
Place members of the faculty who were;
The
the
The Time of:
I all present with the exception
and The Girl Mrs. L. R. Tates and Miss Carol;
{
,I Norton. '

", ?.r Dennis Morgan i The program was In the nature: I II

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Many Thanks, FolksFor : I I I have purchased the Arcade Sundry Store from

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Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle and will assume the manage-

accorded ui I ment on October 1. I II

the splendid patronage

in the spring of 1943 whenwe I
since the day Ii
debut into the merchandisingfield Every effort will be made to give you the very _

made our Sundry Store. best service possible in a store of this kind and a con-

by opening the Arcade could not have hada tinuation of the patronage which has been enjoyed' by I II

:. That shaky beginning operationhad this place of business is earnestly solicited.

in a successful I
ending
happy I
friendship and your i iI

it not been for your it we will always be I The store is being redecorated at present and I be- t ;
for
patronage and i lieve that plans for modernization will make.it more i

grateful.Circumstances. pleasant as a center for relaxation and refreshment. And \ I

force us to sell at this I'll assure you friendly and courteous service at all times. I I y


time and we hope that our successor, Roy I

fine patronageand !
the same
Lundy, will enjoy that he ; tI

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Lend-Lease ?t 7A quiz with answers offering


(it Corn Estimate Reduced Again; Latest idea to come from Britisl! ANOTHER. on various subject ?

Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin,
Swift Aid for Europe Urged; who seems to be full of surprises; AM1M1M1M1AM1M1AThe LP.AM1AAM1M1AAPM1M1PM1AM1AeeeeeeeeAee _-
was that the U. S. revive its Wartime Questions The Aruwert .
, lend-lease to give Eu -
Set New Housing Investigation rope the economic program shot-in-the-ann V{ t 1. How many different castesare 1. Between 3,000 and 4,000. "I'

so badly needs. there in India? 2. 40 miles from abort to short
.; &l<..*'by Western Newspaper Vaiioslsleas Coming as it did on the heels of: 2. How long i* the Panama 3. There once was a nativ

:-:; '(EDITOa'I NOTEi Wbu. are Uaty.t.e srtss$ : .ta.t thess as..wrU7 ssls"nas.t, they. are.ew.yaydr.thess at) his enigmatic proposal that the I canal? American red fox but about 17M
Waters .gaper E.IS s sin U. S. redistribute its 22-bfflion-dol.! 3. Is the red fox a native of the European red fox was introduced .

lIe Admits It lar gold hoard in Fort Knox the North America? into this country and the ::
F"' REPEAT: I lend-lease angle was a real shOW' 4. Where is the force of gravity present red fox it the result el

f,. Less Corn stopper. felt the least? this mixed breeding. ; I

of And Bevin began to appear to tin 9. What Is another name for 4. At fit* equator. ;
'. The 1947 corn crop, estimates American mind like the old prospector tuna? 5. Hone mackereL
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'; which have been shrinking' like a lost in the desert, dying d 8. Can a horse run faster than 8. Yes, for several \ :,.
910 suit ever since August'was bushels reduced thirst, who drags himself toward I a man for a mile? U they keep running: long enough '31
: ; by another 33 millIon mirage, crying hoarsely for water, T. Who was William Shake- the man will ultimately win.

"" In the department report. of agrlculture'aSeptember His reference to the revival oi upeare's wife 7. Ann Hathaway ."'ir

lend-lease was as brief and cryptic
Total estimate cuts since August as was his proposal concerning redistribution -
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1 were 258 million bushels, and the of the gold. No one oa
expected outturn this year now has either side of the Atlantic was able ROW IT

been placed at 2,403,913,000 bushels. I to say whether or not he was

["' There was more potential bad serious. VferksWtticChildSitcps

;-- news, said the department In case England would carry on, though i

he added; and, in a watered-dowB
MEAT SUPPLY imitation of Churchill's fighting When ironing remember that

t 2 Meat production can be maintained prose, thundered: "We may be double thicknesses such as hems,

'. at a high In-din the next short of what is called the balance collars and cuffs should be ironed To Eosa 0;.....01 Cdda
li year, despite the curtailed corn of exchange, but we have charaater first on the wrong side, then on During the NightPENETRATES
crop, animal feeding authorities Convinced that race for Republican we have a tradition: we will the right.
declare. Extensive and efficient presidential nomination is a win through. We won't let yos -.-

me of vegetable oil meal and "wide open" contest, Harold E. down." A box of ordinary correspondence d ., ,sr .

other products will enable farmers Stassen, former governor of Minnesota cards makes an excellent file .,. . .
to produce pork freely at announced that he will IKE BOOM: for your recipes. ,, '/1 'I'

less cost than If corn were used make his forms entrance In the Gathers ForceGen. -.- STIMULATES

exclusively In feeding. campaign at a Milwaukee rally Don't open the oven door too late spas br...- cMod.edbsnw
November:!. Stassen b probablythe Dwight Eisenhower currently soon after baking has begun. Wait ckial Situ witk faces ....._
i an early frost should blanket the only politician in the country the army's chief of staff il until one-quarter of baking time _lII.cll'stoUla adieus!$ 5L, 'if.es*. frtlsfpootucs.

1 torn belt, another reduction would who openly admits he wants to be due to become president of Colum has elapsed before peeking into Assoonasr.urubvapoiub
be mceiy. president in 1918. bin university in January. oven. Otherwise cake may fall. :
Crop reporting board said that "it Whether or not he will become -.- I H on throat, chest and
f back at bedtime it starts to
I now seems likely that at least 75 GOP VICTORY: President of the United States oi Set aside a certain day of the I work Instantly to ease m1sI ,
per cent of all corn in the 12 corn the following January is developing week for answering letters. I cries of colds.It invites sleep
belt states will have matured by the Straw in Wind? into a matter burning urgency Lengthy epistles aren't entirely and works for hours during;
average date of the first killing Jubilant make at least in the minds of some optimistic necessary. A brief note, but interesting I the night to relieve d1stress.I .
I Republicans
r frost" but warned that if It were a were Lichtenwalter' Republican politicians.Ike will fill the need. Write I Often by morning most misery -
ing much of Franklin 11. -
,: it would catch about 40 information that know of the cold is gone Only
I week early, resounding victory over of course, disclaims and bits of you I
per cent of all corn at an immature labor-supported Phil H. Storch, presidential aspirations, but he your friends are interested in VapoRub gives this special

itage. If frost came a week later be, Democratic candidate, in a special can't escape the hearing about. The letter you stimulatingactlon.Tryttl:
only a 15 per cent loss would election to fill Pennsylvania's eighth fact that the El write cements your friendship. V VAPCRUB

registered. district seat in congress. senhower foi -.- \... )
Latest estimates also foretold a President boom To remove smafce from a room I
sharp reduction in the record wheat The issue, naturally, was the Taft. is gathering considerable quickly, dip a towel in vinegarand
Hartley labor and the outcomewas
set at 1,408,602,000 law force hot water ( )
trop. Output was equal parts wring
bushels, as compared with the August a two-to-one acceptance by the particularly III out and whirl it gently over the J
voters of the law and what it sig
I prediction of 1,433,531,000 the Midwest. The head about the room.
nifies. If Pennsylvania is as much a !
I bushels. weathervane it is spontaneouiwave -
political as of Eisenhower When wash -I1
ironing-
yon your
URGENT claimed to be, the LIchtenwalter ::
: victory forecasts a cold, bleak wind sentiment board cover, put it back on the I
sweeping the while still and
nation board damp fasten
Stopgap Aid from the north for Democrats in Eisenhower
t 1948. is genuinelj securely. When dry, the cover 8IG .
George Marshall U. S. secretary phenomenal politicians say. will fit smoothly. This same idea Ii
if state, was trying his best to pileup Republican hoop-la called the vote Loudest booming is in and around can be applied to slip-covers.
pressure for a special session of "a smashing rebuke to the radical Kansas City, Mo., where Roy A.
congress this autumn to finance immediate labor bosses who chose to make theTaftHartley Roberts, publisher of the Kansas NO LONGER WAKES UP

interim aid to keep Europe labor management act City Star, stated unequivocally that :
on its feet until Marshall's 20- the "paramount issue of the elec- Eisenhower is available. Alfred Classified Department 3 TIMES A NIGITasshsMter8teettasbetans}

billion-dollar, long-range rehabilitation tion. Landon, 1936 GOP nominee, hal I ite gfFekytleawli.44Ia44irtis
plan begins functioning. The Democratic line, however, lined up behind the general too. BUSINESS 1 I ",'EST. OPPOR. ( ;

Stymied by Republican leaders caught another meaning: "We carried GO l.f BCSIVESS for yoarsel/ Complete Tkis aicnad dorter's report'hi typical of qgMkjr.knciacte&f t
who were either downright opposed seven of the eight wards (in 3IE3TS FASHIONS Snow te set COM up In equipment profitable with buMneu supplies Oolr M tdi.dT I ( benefits boss) ewitchfa...no. .*..to.rotor....
indifferent to an emergency session Allentown, Pa.) where we concen- 8M ... lT.ae.n "e." N.".18.. 7.... fna selbt wa..ow baowa t._ ...Iy
1Ir I -el -. _ael tb.bld.eFa T
before January, Marshall was trated our forces. We've just begunto No HighWatersMen better protect'=rest,switch (mat b&.y-
taking his case to the people, attempting fight We don't consider the vote I e1 pb, 1P li y Uey hm I.Qf-oay ban povtrre pitta,sedative-Bse Iieo FaJer rVfe action nmod....:
to rally public opinion behind as a repudiation on the Taft-Hartley who admits I ? use SiktSe/r srb. .Uo*aie V vnMwu Notmiat ebe tke them
labor law issue." everyone an -a yet. this r man Mabower. -
him. more functional than decorative, \ .DOiEiol.; .:&nlOitfcY BACK.Ml .
I cold and hunger are DF ye eat
Intolerable ATOM TRUST have not permitted any major Wrist Ware* rate. -----
the immediate threats facing Europe : changes in styling of their clothes I Tar Sport. Work or Drew. Accurate
he said. The crisis calls for SWIM precision .t.ve ,eat. Radium
Soviet Line since the day,when they skinned out hands and numerals. Red awes-aeeond
wAqsw
uteent- consideration. of their cast-iron coveralls and slid! band. Genuine leather.wad. Unbreakable
._ would it cost this time? i Possibly ordered by the Kremlinto crra\aL Each: watch carries .
What into velvet knee-breeches and wen written ..raatoe. And only fide l m tU ram Sf
Marshall said that there was as yet get his diplomatic dander up and ..85_..postpaid. Aftd. Mnittaam.. tbis RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
needs but kits.Lapels ad d mxil to
no estimate of stop-gap turn on the theatrics Andrei A. and contract from WILLIS. Dterfsstar
expand
he didn't deny reports that William Gromyko. Soviet U. N. delegate, i time to time, buttons increase and lei Erich it .... All..... H. MO.
I*. Clayton undersecretary of state, made one of the harshest speechesof
bad cabled from Europe a requesttor his career before the United Nations ixsTRrcnosATTX.

a special session of congress to atomic energy commission.Gist SCHOOLS: Teach then. to earn
for aid while they ".ra. J'opcoraclWle mad
dollars now.
billion
vote 2.5 of his oratory was that the especially {or schools complete for only
The special session was far from U. S. is to blame for failure thus far POPCORN ili. For detsDa COMPANY send this n ad..artu to BLXVINS.. 're...
assured. If it came to a showdown, to attain international control of

GOP leaders probably would opposeIt atomic energy. He charged the PERSONAL Lara.......--"ut.....see ea
openly and they could, if they United States with attempting to I ....UrQl1UL Why Suffer Get *UtlMS:ttt HU U IttttTUtu a
wished stifle any economic aid establish a world atomic trust. To I proven remedy. A post card wm.bru> 11 im sea file.n lu w kNsftiiitin .
you Information. No obU b'. e ,... ....
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legislation. U. N. delegates who listened, it wasa Laksraierr. r. O. Bes,Caa>serss.r..r..
familiar line.
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i Cause of the Cow of Soviet vitriolwas

!Housing Probe the atomic energy commis r
sion's report which calls for inter
Another in a long and distinguished national operation and control of
line of housing shortage investigations dangerous atomic activities. Russia .a
was being organized in has .
consistently opposed any plan
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Washington by a joint housesenatetmmittee. for inspection of atomic armament /t yJ

operations.HEADLINERS.
First step said the group, would 1


tt s he causes shortages fhe an congressmen of attempt"skyrocketing"of material to also discover would and costs labor.basic look and I I[ ]I -



into reports that middlemen are re- L\ NEW YORK . Margaret I,
reiving unnecessary pay-offs for Truman, coloratura soprano was Drape of Things to Come

heir distribution. of materials.officials unanimously approved by the boardof decrease, belts in the back com -
Conferring with housing the governors for membership in the and go, but otherwise the male -
6 die committee learned that American Guild of Musical Artists habit remains in status quo. }b'4 -- ';
U. S. needs 1.3 million new housing (AFL) as a junior vocalist in good
that materials Infile In view of an that and on the unimpeachable .
ants coming annually will be too scarce standing. authority 'of Gerald ; f
allow construction year of even a mil- IS TOKYO . Hidekel) Tojo, for- Brosner (he's chairman of the style cJLfl4
1 b and that more than two- mer Japanese premier, now on trial committee for the national association 4
Son units
I available construction laborers for his life as a war of retail clothiers and furnishers 4.1
thirds of are engaged in work other criminal peered into ) the vicious rumor that men's --.1

\ the building of homes. the future chosean pants will be shortened this year EC When you boy an oil filter .,
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\ lan epitaph for his as to display an endearing expanseof
It was a gloomy beginning, evenfor tombstone: "By sock between shoetop and cuff il or replacement element H I4r

a congressional investigation.likely Buddha's grace al! nothing but vicious rumor. sure it'i AC 5-Star Quality" ,
Further complications were r.Y sins committed As he it is d
a rumor, says someone' -
that Only AC Elements have
the fact government an
to arise from while living are ab horrible attempt to compensate
ofRcials are reluctant to take solved. for the longer dresses the girls add proof glass cloth Collector
drastic remedial steps, preferring DOS . will be .:
any; IS LOS wearing. Tube that -
ortho- Trap prevents
to explore first the more EUiodor M. Libonati These-not short pants-are trt
\ lox (and futile) avenues to Inreasrd visiting Legionnaire new developments in store for tie pollution of the .oil stream 1P 4 ;

\ .: building.t and Tojct from Chicago well-dressed caballero: Three-tut and assures a free flow of % j -_:
Millions of ill-housed un- paused in front of No. 10 ton coat, with less shoulder padding k 11
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roused Americans bearing of the Downing street the prime minis slit in the back so that it has dean .iL That's just one of ....

a i planned Investigation wondered ter's residence, wickedly waved a coattails; broader shirt collars the new "S Star 'Quality :
idly whether this would be another handful of dollar bills in the air. larger knots in ties. r .

\ ruse --of same- song, umpteenth attracted no takers. That- alt No short pants. I .- features..; xrfr _
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The Washington Biological Suivey :

has changed the wording t. j
the metal bands used to "ring Town i
b.r ds released in connection withits rGA

researches into American bird j
Ue. It now reads: "Notify: Fish '
and Wild Life Services Washing IN WASNINCt011

ton D. C** tti.PICE ESC !0nteaat
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The old inscription
was the abbreviated
a Ra ter,a N.w.p.r Onion.
: "Wash. BioL Surv. I II Special Session Likely 'pHERE is a certain change due ......bj..... H' .w p.pr IIsto .
By INEZ GERHARD
and the
change was made
an Alberta farmer sent in a complaint after IT IS not improbable that conrr the loops.setup of baseballs two VJOT content with their stel- Opposition to Marshall PUn

to the U. S. government."Dear I session will be called into special No sane person who knows sport -i. lar rating as actors DenT T is probable that Russia today

Sirs," he wrote "I shot to back in November either can deny that Los Angeles and San nis O'Keefe and RandolphScott 1 has greater natural resources

jne of your pet crows the other 'I wholeheartedly or to Francisco are far better sporting have joined forces to c0- than any ether nation on earth. She
Jay and followed instruction at- adopt a makeshift for the Marshall centers than most of the major j produce as well as co-star in"Draw has vast quantities of coaL iron oil
tached to it. I washed it and baled plan to salvage the econ- league cities, now occupying the Sabres." It is all aboutthe and many of the other things thatcan
!t and served it. It was terrible. omy of western Europe. "Standing of the Clubs." daring exploits of a U. S. make for armed might and the

You should stop trying to fool the Because adoption of the Marshall Los Angeles in many ways is weD i cavalry regunent daring the Indian production cf commodities that

peopeIIoith things like this." plan as a part of our bt-partisaa beyond New York and Chicago. On wars of the 1870s, written by William meet the needs of men. She has

----- --- -- foreign policy is unequivocahly inter a general average : Hanneman and O'Keefe; the land to yield food crops in vast
.1 .ced also with domestic policy, it outdraws both at Eagle-Lion will probably release it. quantities.' The one thing she is

More than politics is sure to play a role in congressional 3 racing and football I Dennis is an old hand at writing; he ;!1 now short of is the human know
just : debate particularly with to name two lead-, began his Hollywood career as agag bow.With
a presidential election in the imme ing sports.- I've man for Hal Roach comedies.j: the United States and Rus-
diate offin g. t seen 93,000 at a Maybe you have read some of his 'Ishort i sia working together; with other na-
a TONICIt's In backing the plan to save west- Rose Bowl game In stories signed Jonathan '!i boas that were devastated by war

ern Europe from collapse and Soviet nearby Pasadena, Ricks. He is working now on his i lupplying such things, and such
s Powerful domination the people of this and on the same ; first novel, a fictionized biography, ,' amounts: of which each is capable. '
afternoon, over 65,. with a Hollywood background etrt.'tIed the remaking of a suffering world
nourishment I 000 were at the j "Ladder of Ladies." |'i would be a comparatively simple
Santa Anita race --t-
=..t:::, track. Given any Jack L. Warner has signed LewArTH kilt Is greed, hate and selfisa-

GrantUndRIce sort of competition to star opposite Jane Wymanin ness that prevent such a* accomplishment -
KeconunenaetfbjH in football Los Angeles "Johnny Belinda"-it is Ayres Russia attempts
r can turn out from 80,000 to to make of the present chaotic
; j 100000. San Francisco isn't far conditions a foundation which '

DOCTORSSoou'i away. Beth Los Angeles and San to expand her ideologies; to create -
Francisco are also sport-keen and a world dominated by R...-
Easuhioa 1 sport-conscious to a high degree siaa-cofltroTied Communism. By
3 "fe a wntt HIGH 1 They are far beyond at least 10 Big fool means she has succeeded
f I XNEKGY.FOOD. League centers. For that matter. insofar as carToaafing nations
2 TONIC for n as. F
Help U.-. p t sums few IB AADVittuUt. league spot than many teams now the governments of the Balkan
aU. H.Ip* listed. states. Regardless of the wishes ;
1: eUMre baild good When yon look over attendance of the people of those nations 1
tactk. *r c: records at Browns park In SI Louis, their governments support Russian -
ranging from 4M to 1,100, yea get policies.
h 606! the answer. Western Europe and the United

T nation The shift has to come at aa early j _. States still can dominate the world
likely win be
asked to
provide date j a fact which a number ol if we can work with a united west-
SCOTT'S EMULSION and some commodities 13 billion dollars in goods sleepy or half-awake big league ern Europe. Will hate greed and
over a four-year
period. magnates will have to swallow na selfishness prevent that result?
matter how little they like the medicine LEW AYRES
So adherence to the plan will SELFISH FRANCEThe
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effect every American family's There has been a big change in j first assignment on the Burbank lot outstanding evidence of greed.
pocketbook to the tone of four major league baseball which can since he gave such an excellent performance E, hate and selfishness is found in
more years of i wartime do- have some interesting develop- in "The Unfaithful. } France. She, 'of the nations cf.

mestic economy of continued < ments. A few years ago only the b western Europe is least willing to
shortages in some fields high winner in a big city could pass the Actor-producer Robert Young fa ; do her part for the general good
prices and high taxes oa the one 1 one million attendance mark in one sure he made the best horse and demands the greater share of
b hand and high wages full production !;i year. You had to have a winner oat r chase, of the year when he pert 1 the contributions of others. Russia }
and foil employment en : least a good ball club to make \1 a"Boogie.." "Boogie" may never win plays on that attitude of France. t
the other. i any money. Today cellar champions I f but he's stealing an the ; Russia knows the "gimme" proclivities .

Although there should be but one or cellar challengers can pass i j j scenes from Young and Marguerite of the French people. France ..i
,
Pore Resinol Soap.JDild answer, as whether the Americanpeope the one million roundup. Owners no I j Chapman in "Relentless." easily can turn to Communism 12 -
6 d and refreshing would be willing to make this ;: longer need good ball clubs to have -.- her demands are not met
O 0 specially suitable "sacrifice" to prevent starvation: land years-This easily can lead to a i j Vaughn Monroe of his own CBS Secretary Marshall's greatest
for gently cleansing Communistic domination in : big letdown in the of show, win exhibit his model trains task is finding a way to control
tb tender stoaResiaol way any fiaanj j
for '
Soothing oily western Europe the fact remainsthat vial incentive. j j ji this fall during a toy merchants' the greed, the hate, Ute seitsa
Ointment almost anything can happen in . ji f j convention in New York. To date ; st ess that astute France; U
medicated to relwv BabyKILUOACHES election [ he has bunt eight models of the nation' cause France to paD her fan
an year. i Sectional
itchy of naiaorsloa
burning . Strength : top flight "limiteds," Bat seshare of the lead el rebuilding:
rrita Olls. Football began in tbe East ; Gently his best one a powerfuli. U give as wen as t. take bathe
Campaign I Forecast where for more than 36 yea rs i. Diesel engine model of the type general effort Those three elements <

Despite polls which show Governor : Yale, Harvard Princeton and Pennsylvania >- used hi scaling the Colorado Rockies, -bate, greed' selfishness .J
Dewey cf New York the leadmg : had most of the AllAmericans : was stolen from his dressing room -are responsible for the French -'
contender for the GOP presidential and the strongest teams. during an out<<-town appearance. attitude toward Ute Amesleanpolicy
nomination, remember two facts: The first strong outside challenge --t'-- for Germany, that weald
SURE, EASY, CLEAN WET (1) The Republican party never has ,; came from Harry-TJp-Yost's fast As President of the Oospitalized I i I five the Geraaas a chance \
food Nuts aDd roach fodder.* *va3 Kill renommated a loser for the presidency and powerful' Wolverines around i i Veterans Foundation Sammy Ka.elias 'I again to become self supporting.

Vm wrth StewM"EJo ; (2) GOP delegates from ]1901. Bat even then the East was already started the ban nma,. i Without a strict observance of all ,
trio Past Work UL southern Democratic states are not well in the lead when you look bark His aim in this campaign is t. get i, ]the condition laid down by Secre- I
BMfK. Sure death to for Dewey and ironically these : t to the days of Torn Saevim. Gordon radios for the vets and also install i tary Marshall it would be best for -
over nl and 69 rcMtcht for southern delegates control the balance ]Brown aad big Jim Hogan of Yak, television receivers ia veterans f. us and for the future of crviaza-
years.
of power in any contested Republican : 1 DeWitt of Princeton Graydon of hospitals. tion, that the United States keep
1 SIlO It DIIICCISTS convention. ]Harvard and many others who wore __s- f out; that we keep OUT powder dry:

e e_ I I't Ii the Orange and Black or the Red There and our resources Intact.
was quite a reunion on the
i and Blue. From 1901
Don's self let Maie rbo.A TN c..+ through 1904 set of Samuel Goldwya's "A Song Is
y e o Michigan was the national leader. Born" when Mel Powell I England Will Recover '
\eye LnflnU pMuttr W tp *ktr o/ pianist arrived i
Twenty the
tin burst is s IvoJ ttt to fl os tbt GOP yean age tide tuned for his featured stint Mel was The American
ti'J twi .... if fulf i* tin N*. 2 spot if k* westward as Stanford, Southern discovered by Benny Goodman who ', j people are greatly
t.-s..a aa.rw. California and California interested in the survival of Eng
ii tr.-iJi.rlN l'a came
/ Surat has
rata an important role ia the
Sim
sear -.iw toil we l! > \!land.
a memiiutio is frv tin Jrnl"liJUJI.!. along with such able coaches as' when Mel We fury realize her value EJ 1
aaIN IN ,_ OrYt.M.Met was 16. i
tt atlltai AN'I :a Hit pertow.I PU r+ 1 1b Fop Rawer Howard Jones and : -.Ji-- j a strong and prosperous nation to
. li M war tt **.. .* tin iH a:**t Andy Smith. These were great days as and to all free people. We evi
-- tonpttt CHI rwJ Lot }--.-,. on the Pacific slope where sat h Speaking of gold minesGabrieDe'Canzona denced; : our desire for her survival
a . has one in his monkey 1 by advancing
teams as Ohio State Pittsburgh 1 ; nearly four bimcniollars
HOTFIJlSHES. Paradoxical Positions Army and others were badly maDe Josephine. In "Ever the Beginning" .' : to aid in her recovery from ::
bandied by western speed aDdPO'U. he received four checks each day. i the terrific effect cf the war on her "
Events seem to point to a sharp i )!( One for rental of his hand organ ,;production>> her economy aDd her :
? struggle on tariff issues in the next In the last few years there has !. one for Josephine a third for himf' f leadership. That four billion dol ;
of congress. But consider been self as a member of the Screen I lars has been
11"mea la V session another shift. The two strongest spent in fruitless experiments f
JOUr40' DOM UIa
noui --BiWdiMj period pccul- these paradoxical positions: Southern football sections in the country Actors' Guild and a fourth for him- and in supporting the .

lar ti".wumn, 1: .'CSUM ye aa tsnvt u2, .!lot tobacco and cotton farmers are today are the Midwest and C' self as a handler of trained animals. British political party now in pow- .
t-a a f"a1pf Ttdo Itrt -ke&. veering away from a Democratic South. The argument between these Josephine has made about 200 pictures !r. While we are willing to aid .
"PtkhaD: es. suet:'. ecttttti;* Compound to low tariff and the reciprocal trad two sections, in the last few y'.rs, : what a gold mite England, we are not wiling to :\
ICT no purpoMl rsoptom ItionoM program and are becoming more has developed mom smoke than a --fo-: finance the experiments to national .
PO new'. r* ul iiy-Rnk&tat Oocaiad high tariff minded as time goes on burning oil well with a eoatdesad r' Sasaa Reed,tae ballad singer we* socialism being made by the British l'
s.snst such bs lr s dlsueas.Thoaands band upKidneys r..l t.na 11&.. Big wheat growers of the North able amount cf came attached. has been acclaimed. ia New York j Labor party. We are not at all concerned ; '
i'ort d beneCr AIIO. fCU" Republican and favoring night dabs win sing five U 1 : !
.ery West normally The leader ia the Midwestern up- i, sends as to what party govern '
1aaachio tootle. worth U'11I&fITDIA high tariff, are swinging rising was heirs Dame with Knate !t ia Columbia's musical, "Glam.n r >England We are concerned about ":
l.P/XdXJM!g.V:: 1c more toward reciprocal trade. sea!- Rockne leading the charge. Bat Girl." Miss Reed is so unlike the i the frittering away of the American J

=. =- oinj there must be imports to pa> Notre Dame has since been Joined l usual night stab entertainer that it I. dollars that we gave to aid ia Eng- -:-...
lC\ .,14 39-11 'or our heavy wheat exports. by Michigan, Ohio State, IQinois. wiU be interesting to see bow she land's recovery but which were -
Souther preface and traitgrowers ladiaaa Minnesota, Wisconsin and| i win impress motion picture and iused to finance an in-timed expert- -
also are seeking tariff others who bate shown solid ences-they are s. mock snare critical meat in national socialism. With-
.
Must protection for their seasonal strength. this the average alibi crab :aut additional financial support from !

c.tt.fMren believe There is one debate that is fuU of "wi. the United States the British Labor 1
Work Well- crops. ringing tones and vocal -+ party government wQl '
control have helped them while cataclysms. i t fad That
How would the 10 best Professor Albert Einstein is any- 1 joes not
and view teams from I toucan that England will
For TouT* Fed Well the that wester souther ore prosperity : the South finish against the Big i I i i thing but a fervent movie goer. But ) sue The passing of the Labor gornment *- _

U torn nvr day, T"toy"eowtF- is is doe t. exports rather thaicontrols. j I Nine, plus Notre Dame? i a special*' screening of RR O's > could be: of greater rats
= WSfttf .. j I' For reasons of their own these "Crossfire was arranged for him j han additional American tio+lsrs.
tJ sae....-.a..r.1 5ee tMtww two rival football sectors leave out in Princeton N. J.. his home town I . .

.... ..le s..w_-ctF.... Sal-.der .aw- In the meantime Sen. such shrewdmanipulators { the East, the Far West and the now, at which be was host to friends Congress proposes that TTA
Nat.test sae.ty ter. woe as Pat McCar- Southwest, ia the matter of general and Afterward he said I pay back to the federal -
I ver -
b..tsb.t tsa.e id..7..w....b..its...as .tk.n, .1V+wwtsntdtss .ie ran (Denu tt ah) and salons from { team strength.j "It is a picture t should Eke peopleto meat th* many atffii_g of Ute
.-..v wtoaa:la...... other wool states want both tariff 1 South Caught Fast see." an opinion shared by many people's money Invested la that,
j Up
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Dcsts.suss p i.......wus. ... and government support prices. I Americans the country over. vast enterprise- TVA paid
wet a.. U.t ...fith e e After a slow start the South first I j -- s I nly a reasonable rate *f later* -
wves:.l say.wt as s'= Increased activity and closer cooperation : derived its upward move from such I( Some 29 yean ago Radd Weaheri i est w that iavestaieat. and slue -
: .. a ssi sc between county state and coaches as Dan McGugin, Wallace wax: wore wigs, "which always fell the tan stint at taxes as wwild
b.by arse M a .a.7..11aw..... i.s.m Aa.f sded Iw acct t.. federal roadbuOding agencies iatrartjon i Wade. Bernie Biermaa Frank I off at the critical moment:* says be assessed It privately .erred,: 1-. _-

i :;t r::k1 pw'.ets.t.ere aiip.=. : of farm -to taark et ;; Thomas Alexander.Jack Later Heismaa Bob and Bill he: as a I2-ycar-oU he was a stunt tae price of electricity saute.V
roads may result because cf the apo. ; Ney lead double for leading ladies in sHe&t wvaU g* skyward. WiOnt such
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:= :::: :J:
came along to add
.. -'- C. Leorart forWyears | DeW coaching movies because -
of A. he was
ass expert expcas Items =
? G4a Do...&Mq. w. ..._...... p tmest strength also Carl say ranparisaa -
; Scavely .
ere s ts..ewK !highway gIM< stead county in southeastern Min others. sic, the MGM dog atar, he finds avail *Casts are a*'' -
t DOANS PILLS oesots as chief of the secondary Once under way, the South moved working with her In pictures and oa tirtly aaf air to tile *ycr> ofeJectricfty. "
roads in a hurry to tk its place around ** *
roads division of the public the ABC Lss Show aa easier- ; Tk* .eo.. aN" -
} the front row long after the M idand I
ad.rsirtisttatina. more profitable-carter. lag TVA interest tai taxes.
r vest bad moved UB. 4

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PACE KUJHT GLADES rOCATT DEMOCKAT - "nUl..m SSHTEMBER SO, WIT,..


DazeContinued !I may enough, am outboard notar(l to fne e0ran.: where they could Rby|! the hurricane but with roots ,
t I I tanked to Ha side were seen pep fnot r swim. 11 11r deep ia alack water.
I ewedias Meg tUa road splaabiag" I''' Aa the plan eatne in to EMAa I A acnmary of the trip tndtutgithi
( from i I! water M thy passed through the;[ Field at the eat of Ute frra r;jfItIrJtt. .; the reports about the $-
Reporter. Melds I i I low .... I I which had covered alruojiI I vasted areas" has! been
Clajn Mother Mrs. ]i By...d tile levee from AWer1I. 120 I sails er ttrnwry. the carrasI rated; that the wont 0 11'17:1:
I dais Fl wer, ;]I...nn's Ming reap to CoafltI -'.i 1 I of aaotWr eow was se n. jast soathI dancer i* past; that
Claw Olor. Pink I I :I I store the read was covered in ..,..-!1 I I of the 0p.Sugar" were meek lighter than was Tint
I I aI spots 1 7. water as late us Monday Cane IbIlllatt..1 expected; and that the worst flood
Kir.llTH ( : : I night. However this section I': Although no estimate has been :] condition, rather than being In the

.. }t (By Shirley :: iof i the road was quite dry Wednesday i I released by the US3C as to damagei : vicinity of Belle Glade are actually
Sense of na are 8. and except for a few bunches i to the cane crop the aerial survov ,,111 the vicinity of Lakeport. where e
I I I
; back to school. Miss' ] of hyacinths Mown>> ap by 1be barrteane. -!i I i showed considerable hom -r em sponsor. I nnobstmcted. Several group I i I matted near Clewiston. South and i i iI I, idly and in LaBelle. where tho -
I elected officers last Of ffofeertsen were observed enjoy-Ii i'I east of the city vast areas were saads of acres of pasture are andar

are: I I tag the fhfeing at the bridges OB'I'{i standing comparathtU untouched deep water.BETTER .
President. Teddy this stretch of highway. I
f Vice-President, S I I Lakeport itself is isolated by a I I
Secretary, Carolyn I I entreat from Fisheating Creek.:.
1"- Treasurer Kenneth 1 which has cut a channel through a I '
Reporter, Shirley B I i low portion of ground directly in 1 '-J: r.
We decided to front of Co pton's et..*. Highway -:
.1 room mothers. Mrs. I I: traffic beyond that point,i) HOT-FOOT IT OVER HERE
\VHIiams. I Ii" i where the concrete highway ends.:
The eighth grade is oat of the qvestton, both because i FOR TODAY'S HOTTEST DEAL
r eIprMl their of water and hyacinths.
f respaaoibte for I Palmdale Suffer Little
i.: pairing the school I The survey flight continued toI I Get .
t. the' upper end of the governmentlevee i
It SKYKXTII: ( I I where a channel was cut _

(By Jo Anne around the end into a branch of the ourIOWAHCE
I School started out creek. Cock rill observed that be '
bang this year. We | wished it were possible to get in !
eat das in high ; and fish at that point. However he:
said a road leading nearby was under -
tal of twenty-eight.
I FOR YOUR PRESENT TIRES ON
that water. This is merely a dirt
sorry a and ... road and not to be confused with
cross
MT path : F. Goodrich
B
I three day of lI the state highway. .
( Stories bad been Mite hat th,
t prove very exiting
At a recat elect.. Pa]_dale highway bridg was wanted : Silvertowns
f s ffcwrs, the following away, and also that the bighwa-
fer the coating year: had been undermined by the rah! Look how you save!! You get (1) longer
l Pre44eat, i ing current so the road had b mileage that prtitir (2) great safety J Mfrntfr '
Betty
closed. The highway was fic: (3) lower price tbtn prtv* and .
: Bon. intact the bridge Hill st&ndinp and TODAY we are offering a special"AU-OuT .
; vtce-rresMeat Ann heavy motor traffic proceeding in '' allowance for your weary old casing OQ .t.tt
SMcretary-Trvavarer, new B.F.Goodrich Slvenowtts, Sets i* tin ilout ;
both directions over it. Fisheating .
riot for mileage safety and value. 4Iow j
Dead-tts how for
Creek above and below Palmdalewas
t. the "in" for observed to hare overflown its ONLY 1.50 DOWN-1.25 A WEEK j J

t set for Tuesday, 12: I banks and in some places was over .... New e.0aIt SilYen.wa es Yew Car i I
j Reporters will Meet a mile wide but mostly In isolated A.
evening at 1:3. which despite high
land
: pasture tm EVEIY a.F.COODUCH TIU CA1UES III
notified. water was liberally dotted with
I: cattle. eta karats .PiJ4fms 4Ka adee :

."Case of Laftrlle<< Realty Caught It
)I, :
LaBelle, next point on the flight tORTOX'S
.. found suffering the worst flood SKRVH. JODIEHALL'S SERVICE y
: (Continued from I. A large sheet of water STATION STATION i
appeared to be trying .
4'-: attention, while across the downtown section ADKIVS SKRVICK: n.DIIM.-s STATION I :
just north of Road 80. and a second
caught at it by the STATION PALMDALKBEGoodrioh
sheet is running board deep south: :1
front seat. She
I of the highway. The bridge over ;
white flattering object,
the CalooKahatchee, separating two
hand close down to
. cart. sections of LaBelle was threatenedby .
:. water pressure, and A. R. Broad-
c Just before the
foot, of the U. S. Engineers ordered
j.. reached the it opened at the north span Sat- ; 1
waved energetically
urday night: to reduce pressure
the fingers opened
l'E'v against that span. The bridge is :;
.
: paper flattered
t l still standing thanks to this fore- .
now alert patrolman's f.'f'.
:; 1'I i sight.
East of LaBeHe. the Caloosa-
There are 6,604 hatthee has overflowed its banks Get the Habit of Shopping at
,. rolled in vocational ; ;;
1 for a mile in each direction to a F. .:.t
classes! in the state .
f point near Ortona Locks. The air
landing strip is about two feet un-
AOTICR Or API..r
TAX IIEI: der water south to the road. Thelocks Tbecmll I. t
were noted to 'be closed a.

Fiance NOTICE A.IS Hardy HEREBY: was the flood gate at the side which A1! % FortMyen
Fte4M DraiBaa-e should hold bark considerable wa-
thirsts number 48*. ter from the area to the west. Dept.
day of June. A. P. "4%. ,
Cows Dkturbtt While Napping ;
Certificate in m)'
I application fur :a''cde t': East of Ortona Locks the surreyplane lien" -
thereon in accordance Fla. iI
Certificate embrace landed in a pasture of Joe .
described property, Hendry's, which, during the war U
County. Florid, tu.wt.Lot
1. Block $. ).( ) was used as an emergency land- :"
The assessment of : ing spot. The stop was made to 1=
In erty the under name said of (' Investigate a group of"cows in a: Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More r
I'nleM said ( clump of palmettos near the ..merg-j
deemed will issue according thereon to on ency field. The cows all lying BUY FKOM OClt C'\T.\Loti-OTft 1004)00 Items I

ap-I > f
this :'th day :
1317. proached by the two members .
(SlAL) D. the surrey party. leaped to their
Glade Clerk; Circuit County : feet and bellowed an energetic protest I

Aug. 23, Sept I against being disturbed while)I t
taking their siesta !

Coming back over Clewiston, two] ; !
buildings were observed to have] i
been flattened by the fury of the) !
hurricane. They were a hanger at, a
I City Airport, the props of which 1
AI"Ya had been blown down. The roof

i almost Intact, lay flat en thel
|I ground. Near the Harlem subdivision -
I a large shed had also flattened -
against the groand. Many Sc iot
i roofs were observed In Clewiston
with the roofing blown away, and SLOWr
many others showed new strips of
roofing, where owners had already I
A
repaired the damage of the wind
of a week ago. :

_ i I Very Few Dead Cattle Seen '
One of the main purposes of the 1dd -
flight was to observe the "hundreds f\ ,
of cattle" reported dead in the Vr-i i '
l i 'I stain of Lakeport and LaBelle.!
This report was made public in aj P
newspaper article Tuesday evening .
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The appearing In an East Coast daily L'
:' ; !I paper. The plane cruised at low

(I I speed between a hundred and five
rt
hundred feet above the ground t '
-- : "The I: throughout the areas mentioned.
and at all other spots where cattle
were observed. Some cattle were

seen browsing body deep IB the . (;
.
: .' I overflow from Fisheating Creek wv. 'litert s
: > near Lakerort, and again, in the
Paul Wolfe flooded pastures near the Caloosa-j t L F A
the EversYadea hatchee at LaBefl, and between + A .R
8--. I that city and Clewiston. At Lak-j 1 e. _
port, four dead cows were seen. T
ML-WOife These bad apparently been cavghti >>}.....";. .-
: Saturday. *.l t> by the swirling floodwaters of CRE.UunT' (0.
L.i Flsheatiag Creek, del jammed In Phoa* 20.Belle. Glade i

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