Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00138
 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: October 4, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00138

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Road Department AsksI REA Lines Moving Injunction Denied And

11 Now Towards HicoriaLine III' I

Lake Closed To ;
Bids On Two Projects Thompson construction Construction crews Companyare of the

pushing northward from Palm- -

with lines of the Glades Elec- Is
dale Haven State's Motion To Quash
82\ Miles On Road
City Commission tric Cooperative and should com-

plete the lines soon to the nort 1- Defeated 28.0 Also Denied By
29 South From The .
Meets On TuesdayThe eern terminus of Section A at Lake

t Kissimmee RiverThe Annie. When these lines are complete I In Melbourne Circuit Judges

> the crews will move back -
meeting of the city com-
i here to complete the lines between The Moore Haven Terriers suf- fishermen of Lake
holdup in the obtaining of mission on Tuesday night was concerned Commercial
loss last
Moore Haven and Clewiston. fered their second straight Okeechobee lost the first round of a
rights-of-way in the Lakeport area largely with routine matters -
W. B. Irby, co-op manager. said Friday night when they met their fight to prevent the closing of
la probably the reason that the ad- and a checking of occupational team in Melbourneand
this week that he had borrowed much superior the lake to seines on Monday when
vertisement for bids in this issue, license lists the only definite end
the short
10,000 pounds of No. 6 wire from came home on Circuit Judges George W. White-
for work on Road 29, calls for action taken being a request to the
% count.
of 8-0
another cooperative and bad received a hurst and W. T. Harrison refusedto
proposed work from the Kip:' nice to draw ordinance
attorney up :
a car of 30,000 pounds the The Melbourne first string was grant a temporary restraining
River south for a distance of 8.453 license itinerant
the on
I decreasing first of this week. If he does not definitely out of the class of thelightweight order against: the order to close
miles instead of the expected work furniture dealers from 1200 to
hare to pay back the borrowed Terriers but the Terriers made by the State Game and Fresh
from"" Lakeport north. ':50, the new ordinance to be wire from this shipment he will fought valiantly through the Water Fish Commission in September -

The proposed work, a sand bitu- strictly enforced. have enough, he believes to com- I first half, the score being 14-0 at of last year.

minous road mix ptvement and In-I A letter from the Trustees of plete all of the lines except thoseto halftime. Shortly after the open- The courtroom was crowded dur-

cidental items, begins at a pointa the I. I. Fund was read which In- Ortona and to Lakeport. ing of the second half Melboune ing the hearing, which, for general

half mile south of Kissimmee dicated that a request by the city Bids will be opened next Mon- scored again and threw the entire interest, was far ahead of any civil -

River and runs for 8.453 miles. It for a low cost tax settlement on day for the electrical equipment in. second team into action and the case ever heard in the Glades

has not been learned how far this ota which have reverted to the the generating plant and plans for Terriers played them to a standstill County courtroom and tempers

surfacing will bring the completed state would not be considered. The the building will be discussed next until the first string returnedin flared openly shortly after the two

highway toward Bare Beach or city attorney was requested to present Tuesday night at the regular cooperative the final quarter and added the judges had rendered their joint de-

whether this will complete the a rough plat of the city showing I meeting. extra score cision. One member of the com-

north section to the end of the the location of the various I Poles are said to be in Miami Coach M. E. Morrison counteredthis mission L. G. Bruce of Bartow,

proposed new location at the north classes of lots in order that those .ready for delivery, for the crossing move of putting in the first was pushed about a bit by irate

i end of Bare Beach. There is, at which the city wished to redeem ot the Canal here to connect with string at this time after the local fishermen as was Earl Farr, com-

present, an existing road grade might be ore easily noted. the lines in Diston Island. team was already beaten by placing mission attorney ot Punta Gorda,

74 over this north section which can I n__I I_______________n_n ___ __ all of his reserve in the line- but the trouble was minimized by
be more easily surfaced, by far up most of them very small anJ I I the appearance quickly on the

t than the Bare Beach gap. 1 Consideration Given To said that be would liked to have scene of Sheriff J. J. Wiggins.
Contracts are to be let at 10:30a. had a complete team of theM small
with the
1 The hearing opened
m. on the 24th day of Octoberfor boys to run in against the varsity .I
of the bill for injunction
this work.In Ban On made this to run
Seine as they attempt
Easing Fishing by Judge W. D. Bell, who with his
addition to this a contract up a seore. feon. R K. Bell handled the case
will also be let for the reworkingand All of the Terriers suffered for the commercial fishermen. Immediately -

widening of the existing road G o v e r nor Intervenes Harold Stewart Will I strained muscles aad soreness but ,.'I! after the reading of the

between Moore Haven and the La- there was no serious injury excepta [bill Attorney Farr presented his

Mooreton Club applying new surfacing With Commission In Buy Trotline Fish I I I a blow in the nose suffered by motion to quash and the remainder #

and dressing the shoulders. I Gallicini. Examination next day, of the sesslpn was devoted to the

Length of this project is given as Behalf Of Seiners Harold Stewart. Lakeport fish however showed that it was not argument of counsel. Also repre-

5.561 miles. deealer said Tuesday that he broken and he is now completely 'senting the commission were At-

This section, built with 'native Governor Millard Caldwell Wed would continue to buy catfish from recovered.The torneys Doyle E. Carlton, former

material base in 1935, has held up nesday advised Fred Boromel, fishermen who wish to continue activities Terriers meet Okeechobee governor of Florida and O. K.

very well until the last year when wholesale fresh water fish dealer under the new ban which.. there tonight minus the services of Reaves of the firm of Mabry.

several very rough spots have de- of Okeechobee.. that the state game, permits only the taking; ot ,catfish Dean Heflin In the "back leM. Dean Beaves, and_ ..Carllonof1,, Tampa. ; '..-

veloped...worst.o WJbeu. ., J*J aadyfrealr aver irh'roc3ns1der11 ;. py ;t ,at fh; 6tT"1ne, .X ids a' eIai tn the bee aw *" Wednesday and it is not known as case in behalf of the fishermen

_ The legal advertisement tor bids enforcement of its ban against the In this way, he hopes, some of yet how this will affect his playing pointing out that the ruling of the %

may be seen elsewhere in this is- seining and trapping of fish in I the fishermen, may be able to eke during the remainder of the commission was dictatorial and

+ sue. Lake Okeechobee and the news. out an existence while the com season although he did not have to marked it as one of the most totalitarIan
-t ,brought renewed hope to the flab mission is considering a possible have an operation. bodies ever to be set up

Pool Ing industry which lost its plea lifting of the ban, or until such The line-up for the Melbourne I in the State of Florida with POWers a
Swimming for' a temporary injunction in cir- time as the courts have ruled finally game was: Tommy Wayman le; I' far above those given to the

i Met Monday Night cuit court here Monday. on the question. James Click It; Robert Dupree Legislature or the Governor. He

Boromel. an ex-GI, had wired Other dealers have not stated as !g; Eddie Bailey, center; Milton I pointed to the many people woo

1 bad the; Covenor on Tuesday asking yet whether they will continue to Pollard, rg; Wilson Cason, rt; would be thrown out of a livelihood
The Glades Pool Association him to intervene in behalf of the handle catfish alone. Donald Galacinnl re* Backfield: if the lake were closed and

a meeting Monday night at the fishermen and his answer to this Dean Heflin, Jimmy Crum, Doyle said that he would prove, by witnesses -
City Hall and. for the first time,
telegram is quoted as follows: Posts Acts To Ball and Calvin Whidden. Replacements present, if testimony were
had a preponderance of men pres- "I have discussed matters men- VFW were Idral Bowen, Tommy permitted, that seining would be

ent. tioned with the chairman and the Intercede In Behalf Cook. Bobby Sexton and Donald beneficial rather than detrimental ;
x Progress of the campaign for to fishing. The for
director of the game commission. Jones sport attorneys
funds was discussed and Mrs. Emma Of Lake FisheremanThe the commission also indicated that
They are now considering the The Terriers will meet the La-
y t "Muller, chairman of this committee to- question of extending the effective Belle Kowboys on the La Belle fieldat they had witnesses present with 4
j is urging every :date of closing. You understand of afternoon. which to refute the testimony
Veterans of 3:30 next Friday
close those pledges now hanging that this is a matter within, Glades Post brought by the plaintiffs.
fire quickly as possible and to course foreign Wars. voted at the meet
as The considered for some
more closely coordinate the efforts I the Jurisdiction of a constitutional ing last night to intercede with Pat Clark Is New'A. forty minutes judges before rendering
which I have no con-I,
board over
toward collecting for the fund.A the Governor in behalf of the com- Here their decision which was to the
motion was passed that every trot" mercial fishermen of Lake Okee- .. C. L. Agent effect that the attorney for the

contributor to the fund, regardless I Still fighting the case through chobee and a telegram was dispatched plaintiff had not shown sufficient
become,I the courts the law firm of Bell at to the Governor ;: only
of the contribution should once Pat Clark, ot Bradenton, reason for the taking of evidenceand
Pool Association and Bell of Miami has filed suit asking him to exert his every influence -
a member of the Glades recently discharged from two years the plea for a temporary In-
_ and thus have a vote in the I for a permanent injunction againstthe In obtaining a lifting ofthe Army service arrived the first of,(junction was denied. At the same

j operation and management ot the ban in circuit court at :Moore I fishing ban imposed at mid- the week to assume the duties of time they refused to grant the mo-

pool when it is completed. Haven. In addition to this case R. night Monday by the State Game agent for the Atlantic Coast Line tion of the defendants to quash
AAA K. Bell filed suit in Dade County i and Fresh Water Fish Commission R.
Eugene Boyles County representative Railway here. He succeeds L. which leaves it open for a hear
was present and gaTe circuit court Wednesday charging Governor Caldwell on Tuesday Bass who left about a month ago ing on *a permanent injunction: a
s in regard that the state had violated a commercial wired Okeechobee veterans that he with the ACL'
some helpful suggestions to accept a position date for which Is to be set very :
: to the construction details and promised fishing license when the had talked to commission members in Lakeland. shortly. '

j that he would attempt to lake was closed for II G. Stewart I I and that a lifting of the ban cas C. H. Bible of Winter Haven. has A s a result of the findings of

Et obtain some construction cost data I Lakeport fish dealer. being considered. been here* for the past three weeksas the court the lake was closed to ,

before the next meeting. He has This suit alleges that Stewart i relief agent until the arrival of I IMr. seining Tuesday morning and the ,

been working toward this end during had been Issued a 194S-4I licenseto Box Supper At Clark. I Commission members, speaking

1 the week. operate as a fish dealer by the I through the executive secretary
{ The new agent has been an employee -
No report on collections has State Board of Conservation (with School Gym Is of the Atlantic Coast Line Dr. L N. Kennedy said that five I
from Mrs. Mullsr :Jurisdiction over salt water in would be fishermen to
been reeceived for about four rears and has previously days given
this week but the total stands at which class Lake Okecch fee is I Great SuccessThe worked in Clewtston and dispose of all fish then oi'hand.

the present time at less than $U.O listed under a legislative act) and I OB tbe Inmokalee branch I The order got only stope.t. eI

1 in ch and pledge the decision to close, the take on box supper held last night: seining of the lake and the St

October 1 pro&lMts him from operating at the school Ky_aa'l.m. sponsored I Johns River but also stops the
Irish Potato
Farmers Still Can I under the license issued.o I by the fifth and sixth grades sale of all fresh water fish except

> date has tww set for the i for the purpose of raistag funds) Must File ApplicationFor catfish which may still be taken

Secure AAA Payments I permanent injunction b artag sad I I for the clan treasury and for raak by trotline One report was that

_' I the fishermen are new hopeful that I.fog a donation to the swimming Allotment QuotasThose more than a hundred conservation

who are the ban will be h4d 8'P at least pool fund of half of the proceeds. officers would be placed oa the
Glades county farmers I uafll appeals through -the court I a great success from even lake to enforce the order.
I qualified to earn agricultural ('OnI I which may farmers who aatkipatf
nihf standpoint and white BO figures/ I
U 6 "
!smtton payment for ntks.MILTON planting more than three acres of
requite several m available this mormiag it Is
i I: ** not :yet carried out enough I were netted Irish potatoes for harvest lif 1947 jAIy Planting Eighty
allocatto&s bctievad! that the ciase
to take up their will be required to obtain anan..ge
piactices t
by ADKINS rL J payments I the Production
still earn allotment from \ -
; \ LPS1LOV In addition to the anett lag of -. .
carrying out a number:of practices- TO )""IGRuoJl. II and Marketing; Administration r : lei ,
the boxes, chances were soVT at apenny I
Listed are the mortf Important ( if they anticipate an7t'rice J.$ Aly has leased elght&acres
and and voteswere
practices which can-still be carried Milton Adkins. son of Mr. each on a cake same support duriassSST, it was stated on tbe.east side of Road 61 '{(now ;
out this yea! as applicationof Mrs. J. W. Adkins of Moore Haven purchased at the girl the I Tuesday bt Engine Boyle, admin- 23):earth of town from F. D.Yana .
the University "the most popular
phosphate materials to winter and a freshman at on and ration agent here with oUie s lathe anl Is planting a variety ofall
application ot Florida In Gainesville has been man with the biggest feet vegetable eablbage
courthouse"f cropsmostly
and pastures
legumes "
the Univkrsity tl; 31 "the spooniest couple. Julia
a: announced by t
of liming Materials, establishing votes'asrmost It is pointed;out that these goal beans.and eggplant. *
,, Alpha Epsilon fra Jordan got the most '.
11meS. establishing pledge to Sigma I
lee : several
cover of winter received a ,cake must be establish at the eafliest Mr. Aly farmed for ijears
or ternity. popular girl and i farmei. city had and last operated r
sodding on year
a pasture>r Randall hi* vote. possible moment Jand any
.: The pledge list' for the various as priiej Pete- south SUf-Uile ,t
adequate preparation aciW< of Bell Glade near
seeding after -: ? wishing to pUnt* large
hire the ,biggest
re-establishing existU| fitevaratfon.L fraternities was the' longest;- this was adjudged to -8). contactlMr- Boyles at once. Bend., ajl| '. i .-.;
In the history of the school: (Continued on'Page should '
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A quiz with answers offering ?.
? I ,

j AN 0 TIlER information on various subjects i Life in Soviet Russia

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Lacks Promise : nwu
ifhe questions many employed by the motor cat Utopian .
1. The Chinese are believed to industry? tl For the Record:
have been the first to discover gun- The Answers By BAUKHAGE I In IMO, and repeated as late as
powder. Was that gunpowder explosive 1. No, but it was incendiary. News Aiulytt and Commentator. 1944 Stalin declared that a Communist -
? 2. Estimated at 250,000 people. state was never safe until
WNU Service ISIS Eye Street. N.W., al workers' pay is supposed to ge Communist. '
2. What was the seating capacity 3. It has no outlet. Fischer the whole world was
of the Roma Circus Maxi- 4. At least once in every year. Washington D. C. up to 500 rubles a month.rate at between -
musT 5. Close to $414,000,000,000, pi WASHINGTON. D. C.-As rela- estimates the present he The diplomatic rat race startedby
3. What is the outlet for the more than all the wealth the Unit- tions between the western world and 300 and 350, which says Russia, is on. History will record -
American pure
Great Salt lake? ed States has piled up since the Bossia grow rapidly amounts in terms about of $30 to ;35. the unspeakable tactics to
4. The Constitution of the United Declaration of Independence. no better chasing power to mare the support of Germans as an

States requires congress to assem- fl. About 7,000,000. Only 700,000are many report art Labor Union. Under atrocity of peace. The allied diplomatic
ble how often? employed in the production ol timing in to Government Wing throat slitting (while promi

5. What has the United States cars and parts. The rest are employed how that Com- to "Communism in Ac mg to revive Naziland's power) not
in the maintenance munhm. which their split also
spent on wars since 1776 operation document only emphasizes
tion" (the U. S. government
and servicing of cars. mchtd the peak underlines the cleavage betweeFDR'
6. How many persons arc nor I mentioned earlier) the Russian
.f its and the
prestige foreign policy wg-
with the end of labor unio" started out practiced by America's
ragging now
NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS the is Trotsky as independent fighting organs said
war, losing leaders. Roosevelt :
of labor. But when Trotsky
I some of its popularity "As for Germany, that tragic

Cuddly. Pooch Is! Loved by All The lack in of Europe.proof was found ousted one from lap and ahead the made Utopia of his the very he liquidators helped hastydeparture nation and is which now reaping has sown the the whirlwind wind

in the
provided and our allies are entirely -
to make sad things changed. As in the case -we
fte eating of the Soviet that we shall not
7244 contain: a of Nazi Germany the union becamea agreed
and direction for dog: pudding has bargain with the German conspirators -
had its effects, Baokhag limb of the party. or leave them a shredof
large demand and and a wail And no one would say that American of the -
I, slightly more time la many control-open or secret-
numbers. the iron curtain which stretches from "are not organized to conduct not leave them a Static element
to: the Baltic through the Balkans. strikes." This is reported by "Com of military power-or of potential -

Needlecraft Dtp This of course, doesn't prevent munism in Action." which says that I military power."
St. CWc i.be, m. BUT own little family of loyal Americas there hasn't been a strike in Russia -
cents for pattern. "Commies" from screaming since 1921. The document further I
points out that unions In the United From a front page story in the
the praises of all within the Soviet's I
New York Herald Tribune of January
gates. States have as their primary pur-
pose the privilege of their membersto 1, 1945: "Allied supreme head- t
I have been looking over some I confirming reports from
deal on equal terms with their quarters: ,
facts'ming two of the great employers on all matters of mutual the front of a mass slaughter by the
posh ..nerican problems-hour I
log and union labor demandswithan omens.
I eye on similar conditions in Bussia. In .he U.s.s.R., on the other hand ment which said that 115 Americanswere
.hl tli unions are a part of the appara- I murdered in this way soon
tu. of the employer (the govern-
Nobody but an optimist with rose- after the German counteroffensive
colored glasses and a five-year lease me 't) and since the governmentis II began. The statement (issued afteran
pposed to act in the interests of
would that have said the Ameri-
W say we no housing can't investigation)
all the workers complain
% problem in America. But Stalin has Malmedy Bel-
cans captured near ,
:., of its decisions.
-: again
I one in Russia too. And how, To- any glum, were lined up in ranks six
varish! (Don't answer me now j deep and were mowed down by mat -
there's a plain clothes man behind Tough Sledding chine-gun fire."

u ,,', the samovar.) I know about that For the 'In,1 t I I But a year and a half later
letter workers wrote to Uncle Joe, There seems to be agreement be- | American diplomats are ready to
stuff/transient con pledging their tireless work and a tween some of the political leadersof treat German soldiers like allies!
,it quietly Crops of reduces Va-tro-uol con promise to "liquidate all sbortcomngs" both parties that the yoters are

breathing easier In on the housing industry. That going to indulge in a good deal of | There Is nothing so hypocritical -
gives grand relief from word "liquidate" has an unpleasant
indiscriminate hurling of brickbats
i and the current
stupid as syrupy
distress of head
stuffy sound. And when Russian
papersare month and it is
entirely likely
In the package; I drooling by allied diplomats about
allowed to criticize production, that an innocent, bystanding
many the difference between "The Ger-
miles.'p VA.IIO-HOl, ,I putting" the blame on "local Sovi congressman is going to suffer for man people" and the Nazis. "Tfce

-- -. eta it means-the situation needs the sins of his colleagues. Clarence ; German people" is the most obnox-
criticizing!rI Brown No. 2 man in the Republican (lous type of weasel-wording. .
I But what were Russian housing national committee admitted to me i Naziism is merely a new label for
[ conditions before the war? that he was counting heavily on the ancient German venom. One ofGermany's

I According to a recent Library of "throw the rascals out" vote. In : military heroes is. Gen-
SOLES as well as I Congress report "Communism in other words, people are going to take ;, eral Count von Haesler. He once
tone have Action. even before the devastation out their various personal groucheson declared:
you your I of western Russia the aver- the incumbent, regardless of rev "It is that civilization
necessary our -
ord affiliation. This view
age floor space in Moscow was only I or party build its
temple on mountains -
45 square feet per head. But the was reflected on the Democratic of
IT corpses, on an ocean
workers with side by that experienced politician,
privileged ( high rec- i of tears and on the death cries
ords on the speed-up plan) had Senator Russell of Georgia. He said 1 af men and women without
much more. Hence the ordinary to some of us the other Cay: numbers. Germany must rule

: Russian worker had much less. By "It's always like this after a i the inferior races of the wonldl"He .
way of contrast in Washington D. war. A great many people have j said that in 1893
C., under the National Capital Housing complaints of one kind or another.

authority the smallest housing It's a natural thing for many of See'; Byrnes' naive babbling that
i unit (a one-bedroom apartment) them to decide to vote against the the Germans will behave like good
et must allot 165 square feet to the people who have been in office." i' little rodents if they are gifted with
living room alone and the total That line of reasoning when pur- democracy, must make
space must be 250 square feet. sued by a good Democrat, might be !! citizens shudder. Germans had a

In Russia the usual arrangementis wishful thinking if he were casting 1 taste of democracy during the days
one family per room in a six- his eyes at the gubernatorial con- of the Weimar republic after the
room apartment with common use test in New York state. Many people First World
: They prpmply spit
take for granted that Governor
of the kitchen and bathroomFigure it out and swallowed Naziism.
Dewey, if he wins will trY to use !
/ Out Floor re-election as a stepping stone I -
Space Per Person toward the presidential nomination. i| Allied hop-beads now are cooing

{ This was the situation before the In any case, the way the issues are with Nazi militarists. But it's saferto

i war. Today in the Ukraine, according being played now if Dewey is re. tangle with a cobra than clutch
to an article in Harper's by elected it will strengthen the argu- the paw of a Junker killer. In 1944

<< John Fischer, who spent some ments the Republicans are empha- Field Marshal von Rundstedt issued
months in the Ukraine and Byelo sizing that the next presidential a secret report to German generalsthat

Russia with UNRRA, conditions are campaign will be "safety and solid- stated:
such that the Russian press may ity" versus "wild-eyed radicalism." i "With the booty we have ae-
tastier bread! well be allowed to criticize-if that Issues will be joined on this point cum 'ted, the enfeebling of two
Get sweeter, will do any good. by the National Citizens Political gent _dons tit enemy manpowerand

In Kiev says Fischer a person is Action committee (CI -PAC's twin) the destruction of their In-
FLEISCHMANN'S 'I supposed to have six square meters when the latter makes the following i dustries, we than be better
use of living space which is a strip of statement at the conference of "progressives" placed to conquer in 25 years
I floor about ten feet long and six feet in Chicago at the end of ; than we were in Us;,. We
wide. Less than that 13 available in the month: I don't have to fear peace conditions .

44 Kharkov "The November elections will decide analogous to those whichwe
If you want to know how a typical the nation's future-the independent have imposed because our

Acilyt family in the Ukraine lives, Fischer voters will determine adversaries will always be div-
tells you to imagine: you and your whether the voice of prmlege of ided. Their disunity will force
wife and children occupying the hate and bigotry will dominate the them to fight each other, and

J1I smallest room in your house, with 80th congress as they did the old Germany will play one side
; the clothing, beds. furniture and possessions I or whether the progressives who against the other"

that are absolutely indispensable II fought against great odds in the -
You'11 have a brick stove 7th congress will find new allies." Allied plans to rebuild German Industries -
instead of a radutur or cooking The Republicans are offering : must have been inspired

{ range a bathroom with no hot I themselves as "new allies" by making -';i by the ghost of Hitler. When the
water shared by several other families the claim that they representtrue Nazi military machine cracked,
and probably a few relatives liberalism, and telling the "pro- :leading German industrialists helda
to snare all that j gressives" that they must either secret meeting on August 10. 19<<-
Probably you could stand this if choose the Republican brand of "lio- and blueprinted strategy for metal
you knew it was temporary. But in eralism" or support the so-ca ed zing German industry for the Third
Russia, according to Fischer because "radicalism" of the Democrats World war.

of the five-year plan for the Evidence to support the Vies tr.ut
Yeast starts
fresh active
FULl-STRENGTHI Fleischmann's expansion of heavy industry (raid to the "ms," whether they are Democrats The following news clipping
working right away! All the strength of the yeast bringsout be a part of Soviet war preparation) or Republicans, are going to <'u>uld be on the desk of every delegate
all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of Russians are gOIng to have a b tter- 1 get the brickbats from disgruntledvoters at the Paris conference. It was

sweet taste-light texture fragrant freshness oxry tone! I ly hard life as far as consumer was contained in a 'etter recently : published in the January 29, 1990.f ,
goods and facilities go for ano her received by two Democrat >.-lJe of the German zeitung, "Volk-
IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleischmann's 10 to 15 years. "ins.** I scher Beobachler":

i ruD-strengtb. fresh active I can't verify Fischer views, cut "There just aren't any diapers," :i "Germany can have only one
:" De.pendableAmerica's I know that authorities agree t/t an expectant, incensed father wrote ardent wish
Yeast with the familiar yellow label. namely, that the
Russia cannot possibly do much t> to Iris congressman, "and it's some pint .f misfortune should<<
favorite yeast raise the standard of living of t e one's fault Regardless of where and hover over every allied confer-

for over 70 years. less privileged even if she doesa't how you place the blame, you rep. I enee, that discord shall arisethn.com

continue the present military prep resent us m our government which and that finally a
oc ito aration. 'has allotted this national disgrace te i wcr.'d peace which: would other
44rr And what has Communism done about and
l cetre are, therefore. to wise Min ear nation should dis-
} for the laborer as such? a greater or a Tess degree, per c. solve La blood and Sre."
Under the five-year plan industry 4 ally responsible for it." I From a speech by Adolf Hitler.t. .





I ObiL 9L $o ?

Flying Sparks Provide 'Touch I'' Every agreeable married

couple are of one mind. And 4

Roofs of Farm Buildings 'Go' \ vo I GO-ROUND that is usually the wife's.

r The doctor is a man who Is
JTA'U Feature tvrc vvQICE 4iBYRNES familiar with many tongues. ;

It was "touch and go" with ) After one has looked on both

55,000 roofs last year, according MAT sides of an argument for a

to the National Fire Protection FOOTBALL is moving in the direction RESIGN while, one gets to feel mentally -

of its record year. I am referring WASHINGTON.Friends of Sec- I crosseyed.If .
association, sponsors of Fire t here to class and talent from :; retary of State Byrnes have re-

Prevention Week, October 612. over 40 football states. There has ceiyed word that he may have to college fees for tuition

The "touch" was provided by been no season before that could ;i resign shortly after the end of the continue to rise, it may really -

chimney wind-blown sparksor show as many fast and powerful I Paris peace conference-for reaj pay to be ignorant.

teams, due partly to returning G.I.s j sons of health. The news has comes Bargl'irjr as a profession is

flaming embers landing on from the various battlefields of the a great blow to President Truman apt to prove rather confining.

flammable roofs, the third world. Any one team that can finish who has leaned heavily on
We know our rights, but it'sa
major cause of fires this Byrnes.
annually in season unbeaten must can on
fatiguing job insisting on
the nation. I I a miracle. There are too many who Byrnes'; doctors have told him that them.A .

are good. i he might be able to continue as secretary -

areas Property, losses in farm and rural j For example we might as well j| of state provided he took long
according to NFPA's
statistiCS -t take up the matter of All-America i and periodic rests. However, Byrnes; I
approach 200 million dollars backs. we brought does not believe he should do this.

annually. Included were 25,000 ; this argument up Cordell Hull used to spend several
feed with destruction of stock, before a group of months a year away from his of-

machinery and equipment .. coachfc recently. Sce. In 1942 our first year in the I

"When a farm fire occurs farm "Tfcat's simple Gar, he was away; a total of six
folk face the prospect of having enough," one of months

z them said. ''Why
Byrnes has told intimates that
BEFOREFire cot pick Blanchard. conducting the foreign affairs of large paper bag slipped over .

Davis, Wederr.eyer "; the United: States today is a con- the end of a furnace pipe wifl save

and Gilmer a lot of dirt when cleaning the
Strikes M YI ,emsr "It isn't quite stant, day-to-day job. He does
not feel Pipes.
--- a secretary of state
1. Learn how to notify the fire ONE IN FOCn MILLION that simple, we I can be oft the job a minute, and -.-

department. Post the telephone This pouting little man is one of ountered. "What John Lnjack he docs not believe it would be To remove decalcomanias from .

number near your phone. more than four million Japanese about Femmore. fair to the American people for your walls before painting, soften

2. Learn the location of the repatriates who have been trans- Buddy Young and Trippi? What him to take a prolonged rest. them a bit with denatured alcohoL

nearest fire alarm box. Learn to the homeland about Tucker of Army or Justice of Then sandpaper the surface care
Japanese j North Carolina? What about the For instance, immediately after
how to send an alarm. fully for its coat of paint
from Far Eastern ports and
3. See that every responsible Pacific islands.: j best back on Michigan, Ohio Stateor file Paris conference is the assem- -.-
member of Indiana? Or Patterson of Illinois bly of the United Nations, now al-
your family Ever think of keeping strands
how to the fire ? What about the pick from ready late. After that comes the
notify depart of embroidery floss straight between -
Pan American
Notre Dame and security conferenceand
Pennsylvania or
ment. !
r 4. See that house is f Columbia, or one or two from the the regular Pan American con- pages of a book? Lay
your G strands of color
Southwest including Texas and Missouri ference, to say nothing of various one across one
equipped with hose
a garden anda H
1 page, strands of another color
meetings of the
United Nations
water bucket. Sometimes o ? Certainly Notre Dame security
a : sAVIATION councilWORKS across another page, and so on.
should with challengerfrom
fire I come up a
extinguisher be advis-
may "'O Leave ends peek out the top to
the Frank Leahy has AT
able. :JO- group TERRIFIC PACE find the color want.
3.: Rehearse in your own mind in tow, perhaps Johnny Lujack. Byrnes; has been hopping back you.

what you would do in event of NOTES "If anyone is trying to pick the and forth across the Atlantic ever 1

fire. AIRCRAFT CHATTER four best," another coach said, since he became secretary of state. For a change, paint your ordinary .

"why not put eight names in a hat In 15 months he has made seven flower pots with black eaam
Latest state to join the movement el You will be surprised how weB
and pick out the first four? round trips. Cordell Hun, in 12 long
their property" completely destroyed for organizing a state Flying "Which eight?" I asked. years, made only one air flight they set off bright flowering plant.
NFPA points out. Lack Farmers unit is Michigan, which such
"Well, the answer came, "here cross the Atlantic plus two leisurely as pink petunias.
at adequate firefighting equipment has called a meeting at Lansing air- Blanchard -.-
are seven anyway steamship trips to Latin Amer-
generally makes it impossible to port under auspices of Michigan Davis, Wedemeyer Fenimore, Gil- ica. I Before stringing small beads dip

prevent on building spread to another.of the flames from State college, Michigan departmentof mer, Trippi and Buddy Young. You In Paris, Byrnes has worked at a the end of the thread in glue which
aeronautics and the Michigan "
dig up the other. terrific pace. Sitting in the will dry quickly. The beads will f
Farmer. Originated in Oklahoma,
Emphasize Precautions. thread easily without the use of a '
conference all day the
Flying Farmers clubs since have j Columbia's BacksYou keeping on
Yet 90 per cent of all fires, it is been in Ohio Iowa I alert to watch the moves' of rival needle.
organized can imagine how the
pointed out both by NFPA and the argument delegates is It would -.-
Minnesota, Kansas and other midwestern will be in late November. For a grueling job.
: .U. S. department of agriculture, states. A "door-step" it wear out a younger man. But by Fried or stewed chicken goes far
example, might surprise
UI preventable by the use of simple airport on Lake Michigan bear the !} followers from the many going to bed every night immediately when it is cooked, diced, and i
camp strong
precautions" and "good housekeep- heart of Milwaukee has made aircommuters' Midwest and the strong South to after dinner, Byrnes has kept mixed with sauce or gravy to
tn,. going. serve on top of biscuits or toast.
dreams a reality there. know that Lou Little at Columbia .
" Farmers should periodically inspect The port already is befog patronizedby may end up with a better all-around However, he is no longer young -

V; chimneys and flues, lightning commuters, transients and busi- backfield than Notre Dame Michigan 68-and when the peace conference For a door or opening which appears

arresters, farm storage of gasoline ness men who have their own planes. Indiana Ohio State Alabama closes, he will have to decide whether too small, the eye can be

,V storage places of kerosene, barns Lamar, Colo., is planning an ex- Georgia and Texas. The line isn't to follow his doctors' advice and deceived with a wallpaper borderof

and other buildings where spon- pansion and improvement programfor there but the backs are, headed by resign, or face eventualities the right width around the door.

taneous Ignition could occur, as well its municipal airport, city offi- Rossides, Kusserow and the bril- -.-

cials and the chamber of commerce liant passer Kasprzak: rated by Lou MONTY'S POLITICS When cleaning the floor use a

co-operating fn the venture. A on a par with Luckman and Gover- Some of those who served In the j' mop instead of a broom and you

j AFTER tiny baby, born prematurely at the American command ia Europe are j get the dust and dirt aH at once.

desert town of Inyokern Calif., is nailWith two big tackles, Columbia lifting their eyebrows over the U. S. i j -.- '

Fire Strikes being kept alive througn a shuttle could give Army, Alabama or Notre Visit of dapper, publicity-wise Field j Glue thin sections of cork to the i

I air service provided by planes j Dame Marshal Viscount back lower corners of picture
1. Start getting every person navy an even scrap. But the line Montgomery. j
out of the house immediately. and Red Cross workers to keep it 1 is still the front wall It is the advance Seared in their minds during those : frames to prevent a dust line. on

2. Notify the fire departmentas constantly supplied with mother's ,, post. And Columbia so far bloody months in Europe are cer- j the walL

quickly as possible. Don't let milk. Ice-packed bottles from the I i i hasn't the line needed to face such tain events involving the famed >

the fire get a head start. mothers' milk bank at a Los Angeles '' a schedule. Monty which personally they would ,
3. After the fire department is hospital are Sown 110 miles to the ;:, My guess is that Army; has the like to forget, but which nationally j i ia FOB A LITTLE
notified and every occupant is navy dispensary at Inyokern. the !|I best first line backfield in football I they hope won't be forgotten-espe- j for daily needs-larfs jar lOc.
safely evacuated from the "milk (run" taking just an hour j I: with something to spare. This rially in view of the fear of impend-i Soothing dressing for miaor burns-cut*,

house, you can start fighting the from 1 hospital: to hospitaLS : backfield, in addition to Blanchard I !tag war. ; cratches, minor ecaldf. Get Morokae.

fire. S 05 ;: and Davis, includes a brilliant quarterback I General ration's officers, for

4. If you have given the alarm 48 states District of |I and a fine passer in young I I instance, remember Patten's ,,

through a fire alarm box, stayat Columbia, Hawaii and Puerto : Tucker. You'll hear a lot more I race op the west coast of Sicily, ; Relief At Last
the box until fire about Tucker this fall than
engines ar- Rico have agreed to accept their you ever I in contrast Montgomery's
rive direct them to heard before. He can move right
so you can snail's
respective allotments of air national pace op the east coast
f the scene of the fire. which will up with Blanchard and Davis. I Nobody blame For Your
guard units i can a commander Cough
k Alabama, Columbia and Oklahoma
supplement the regular army I for having hard luck or necessarily ,
A. and M. have all-around
as stoves, furnaces and pipes. Sta air forces Seventy-two fighter going slow. But what Creomalslon relieves promptly because

tistics show that a heavy loss of squadrons and 12 light bombardment backfield strength above the normal only a few officers around Pat- { u goes right to the seat of tbe
life on farms occurs when keroseneis squadrons, mannedby So has Illinois with an attack I ton know and what has never trouble to help loosen and expel

used to quicken fires. 3,000 pilots, 4,900 non-rated !i headed by Young and Patterson !! been published, is the telegram } germ laden phlegm, aDd aid natora
of the bestI to soothe and heal raw, tender Ia
two -
Hay should be properly cured and officers and 50,000 enlisted men, I believe lines II he received from the vaunted Earned bronchial mucous mem
stored with ample ventilation, wiinspections th are planned. Activation of the strongest are Montgomery. braaBs.Tenyour c ugglst to sen yoa
!i at Illinois, Yale, Notre Dame and B bottle of Creomulslon
intervals for the
at frequent units already is well underway. I BOdetstenrting -
of Barn roofs j I I Alabama. Notre Dame may have Montgomery actuauy sent Patton you must like the way tt
signs heating. .
a telegram asking him to halt his quickly allays the cough or
i I the best of the lot but Yale isn't you an
should be examined periodically for 1 I offensive and wait until he to hare your money back
far behind. Alabama has Monty,
a great
Rounding out her
experience !
signs of leakage, since drip.ping
into hay can start the heating in all forms of transportation, center in Mancha, one of the best I caught up. In other words, AmerIcan CREOMULSION

process. Worn and curled flammable Mrs. Ella Waters, 8%, of River- in many; years. Illinois possesses troops were going too fast fore f=rtcu s.aest Colds,Brond tis
and Notre Dame has th Monty. He was afraid Patton would
top guards
ton took her
roofs should be re-covered Wye., recently -
first plane ride. best looking tackles. envelope not only; the enemy, but -
with and fireresistantmateriJ.s
weather-tight also the British army. Inside factis AAAAAA * !
such asphalt shingles. .
as Oklahoma, Yale LinesIt that Patton pretended he never i

Bar Smoking in Barns. 1 might be added here that the received the telegram showedit You Can Be a Partner

Smoking should be strictly forbid- Oklahoma A. and M. line is one it only to a few top aides, later told Buy U. S. Savings Bonds

den in barns. Lanterns should never the best a point Wally Butts of Monty it never arrived. Patton's

be left where an animal or a careless Georgia might remember for theirOctober army kept on moving. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA *

workman can topple them over .' meeting. Yale's line is Later, in the Normandy offensive

or sear accumulations of litter or t. strong from end to end. Texas has Gen. Omar Bradley's officers recallall

combustible materials. All old feed all-around strength backfield and tog vividly how Monty was supposed ,

bags, rags, paper and accumulations : '. ... line, and should be hard to handlein 'I to break through at Caen but
of other trash should be dis- {J(" '. the country's major state. sat there day after day, yelling at SOIL-OFF

posed of regularly and systemati- .f, The two best ends of the year 'I Eisenhower for more troops (American
cally. should belong to Army in Barney I I troops). Finally Bradley, Patton C'eans pointed surfa>

AU main buildings should have 1f'1: Poole and Foldberg, veterans 1 and Joe Collins made the American
around 218 pounds who know what breakthrough at St. Lo, leaving dusting
lightning rod protection, properly .. .. I
k installed and examined for maIn- ._ it is all about They will have to be Monty still sitting at Caen.
better than with the tackleproblem ?
good r
tenance as a matter of regular rou- i British papers aQ this time t atgl7rs

tine. Gasoline, kerosene and other f .,i I may have Army two faces.better Some ends squad thanArmy's were featuring headlines! 7o'4fes! Ire 9574 /
combustible liquids should be stored "
"Monty Pivots at Caen. Actually
; big experienced pair-but '} Sets ltt
in metal containers underground. pore
all the
pivoting he did was
I doubt it.Among .
and at least 75 feet from plain farm to break up a few tanks la the + fl &fects-feodedza
buildings. I the major teams the big
Normandy hedgerows + Reams yeSevdiscolorattoa ALf
a is Tom Hamil1
guess Navy. Capt -
Chimneys and heating plants re- s
'I ton the savior of college Shortly after that Eisenhower
quire frequent cleaning for fire ON GOODWILL FLIGHT .
made General Bradley top field 4
football through war years Rtft'f cOI fir'pa
should be Actor
safety. Electrical wiring Screea Tyrone Power, flyIng -
i is as good a coach as you'll meet commander, giving him a higher
tested for adequacy and. when tew his own twia-enfiae Beech-
I r Bat has lost place than Montgomery-a shift
anywhere. Navy more
wiring is Installed, it should meet craft plane, returns soon from a I that R
good men than any team in the brought such a roar from the k
standards of the national electrical two-month goodwill flight through
British and
Mr. Churchill that
The of supposedstars press ,
code. Worn electrical equipment South and Central America. Swede later _
under Hagberg two Eisenhower took two armies
and frayed cords should be replaced. Cesar Sterner Is accompanyinghim Y
K years ago have either graduated, away from Bradley and gave themto
oa the tour
flunked or resigned. Montgomery. I


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of Jnne\ M41 Description of property.
GLADES COUNTY titions are being circulated asking Recreation may be purchased from this office vji of Tract J and E4 of Tract 9. see-
I the Governor's intervention Association for the sum of U for each eet. No lion >whichasass.saed
and a\Pame ,
proposals will be Issued unless requests -! s0 acre. in
DEMOCRAT virtually everyone is signing at Dance To Be Held This for them are received by this HaSlet Bird KniZBL
least in this Immediate section. office at least SI hour prior to Certificate No 61 dated the 1st day of
MOORE HAVE*. FLORIDA time for openiag bids. June 1944. Description of property.EH .
There has been some criticism of Saturday Night, Oct. 5 AH bids must show totals for each if S\V14ot NW*. Section ft, Township -
item and total amount of bpd inserted 41 South Ra*e 3t East 20 acres
the fishermen for the much -
Entered a* second-class matter, May publicized on the cover of the pro.The *?***' Name in which assessed. )I.'aIetQ..
I. 127 at the PostofHce at Moore violence after the hearing here The Clewiston Recreation right is reserved to reject any H. Wiley. #. -
Haven. Florida, under Act of Asso--I .
the all bids. No. 45 dated the 30th day
or Certificate
Monday I saw most of this and
Congress of March J. 18)T.Pnblithed elation announces plans for Its DMcrlIlUoR ;of _pngertrINECofthe

while it may be true that it would annual dance which will be h STATE ROAD OFAFWRIUA.. SK* of thTSn East 1 *,
South. Range 30 1
Township 41
have been far worse had Sheriff
Every Friday Vj not Sugarland Park Auditorium on F. E. BA YLBSS. chairman Same in which assessed Ota A
Wiggins intervened there was HlUtSOOW P. ....... ..,... Balfken.
THE GLADES PRINTING CO.. lac. Saturday. October 5, from ten
State Highway No. ::;'. Hated the 1st day
much violesce eer Certificate
not only
CARR SETTLE..>r..II.... a great o'clock to two with Charles of June. 1M 3. Description of property; -,

many hard words. Dot when a "Chuck" Howard's orchestra of NE4, of the SE of the SE'4. Section TiTownship -
------ 41 South. Range 30 Eaat group of people as Large as the \ 'eet Palm Beach furnishing te acres. Name in which assessed Edward
S.l Morl.U. Ratesr commercial fishing group on Lake f %OTiCl1 01RLfCTIO> L. KeWr.
O.e lear ____ ___ Certificate No 6S, dAt.- Okeechobee are suddenly deprived Ticket couple and T* the Sheriff of Glades County, ot ..'
are fl.5 per J... 1'44. lire U.wn\ '
SU Months ____ .___
'I lite tile flats of of theE}, ;,
of their means of livelihood particularly nrRX of the NE% I''I'n:
soft drinks will be offered for ttto Be It .. GraJ.: section 17 Township 41 .
when that deprivation to at the dance. 8ecretan- of Sat of the of Florida aSTA acres. Name In *

I accomplished by a small group of This la the tint dance or similar tIo hereby give EHALrHt notice that a> I :Miss Certificate Mary B.No.HOL U$. dated the Mth ...

men with dictatorial powers with function to be sponsored by .K> of "_, lH%. lea:riptlo.
Stale SWbee
WiU be held in Gh-des County i SWti of
v/EANDECJjNGS little or no reason to take such action this group which is seeking to of Florida. on Tuesday nest alleCHd- SHTownSlp0 South Range jg.

By Carr SLUe it would take quite a Milquetoast raise funds for a recreatioa program lag the first Monday in November the A. I 10 acres. Name in which assessed > s
D. M4, the said Tuesday worth Denllnger
to fail to display some temper Proceeds from the dance will PWHi Oal .< % *_lie I Certificate N'o: 253. dated the lilt dear

Most of these boys and their be used in improving the block For felted State Senator. of Jnne IMS. Description of ,
Yes folks that's my mom ad For Representative of the Sixth SWi of the SWof the SBU
pep whose picture appears on the fathers before them have earned a just west of the .Uant home as a Congressional District of the State of 24, Township 41 South. Range It
Name -In which aMCM .. ItIai
of 1 acres.
,appaslts pace and here's hoping livelihood from commercial fishing recreation park. Florida. In the Eightieth Congrs
until that the United States.For No. 2S4 dated the Ut .
and, someone proved Certificate ar
that. a lot of their friend -- -- Two Justices of the SupremoCourt 1MJ, Description "-.

CM drop by Sunday afternoon to they are really depleting the state' of the State of Florida. of NH June of the N% of the NWK
of ulL
nIIOlIree8blda certainly has not For Two Railroad CoounUsioaers Section J5. Township 41 i
see tMa. It's possible that we'nUte SUGAR HARVEST TO the : Florida. 34 East 10 acres. Name in i 1a1 r
ttnetfcing to eat but won't been done at the present tim>, For Senator for None
there is no just caws for the game Senatorial District of the State of Certftcate No. 271. dated the lilt day ofJune. }
9tae very much for we're ex- Florida 143 Description of
petting a flock of relatives and commission action. START THIS MONTH For One Mentor of the House of s 1Aof :e4Ads4 of rand im ,
Only trotline fishing is permitted Reprt-s*?ntatives of the State of Flor N A of Stt of
when they get through putting on SE\ J SKH. U''rownsbip a
the MId bag there probably won't at the present time under the ida.For Two Comty CownUsioners. Sow ... Rank 38 East 2 "WANs Ia-
Districts Two and FOOT. which assessed Mr. D T. Thack.
until sack time
order as
new aDd
be much left in the family larder. Forest Tralles president of the
For Two Member of the County Certificate No. 874. dated the Ut dr
I'm particularly proud of my the ban is lifted so Harold Stew- United States Sugar Corporation, Board of Public Instruction. Districts of June, 143 Description ppnjrtr;
art tells me this week that he will said Tuesday that workmen One and Three. N% of 8% of SWH of NWH of mntSection _
parent not simply because they engaged For Justice Of the Peace In and for 34 Township 41 South Range J
have lived in matrimonial bliss for I continue to boy catfish caught in in overhauling the machinery the following Justice District, via: {r\2ttacres. Name in which aj****.. ,

But hare to ad- this manner for shipment. I don't at the sugar Louse in ,None wychoft rJ
sixty yean. you'll prepara- For following -
Constable In and for the Certificate No 278. dated the lt day
that is know whether other dealers plan tion for the 1946-47 Justice vis None. Description of
mit that quite an accomplishment I sugar cane Districts : of June 1543.of ;
what to take such action or not. Any- harvest would complete their work In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto EH of SE! NWH Section a ;
and far beyond set my hand and affixed the ship 41 South. Range SO East, 20 aces.
most of us expect to reach. Their way at least some of the fishermenwill very shortly and H. T. Vaughn, Great Seal of the State of Florida at Name in which ...-.;.JI. K. Stravb.
put out trotlinee and hope to Tallahassee, the Capital, this the first Certificate No. 288. dated t*. tot day.
life hasn't been any bed of rosee; vice-president of the corporation in day of September. X A 2546. of June. 1543. Description_ of x

they never acquired wealth. Dut, make ends meet until something, Charge of facilities had promisedits KH of the fffL't: ,theK Ii

somehow they managed to get definite is learned. I complete readiness by October R. X GRAY, Tvwnnbip acres Name in which aMeMia3esJ.- 't
I Anyway I'd like to Impress upon 10. Secretary of State.To Certificate No. SM. dated Ow lt day
far better than Hon
less J
along on any 3. WicztauL of Ju_ 141 Description of ycoMrty: ?wNW'
coup.: I've ever known. Thel'veknown the fishermen and upon the businessmen This is taken to mean that the Sheriff Glades County of the SW' of the NWVT Mfi*
Sept C to Oct. 26. 4. --fownship
of Moore Haven, hit much 1. 42 South; Range M .'
illnesses, serious ones, but sugar harvest for the new season U acre Name m which a ee* cd. 'iii ,
always managed to bounce back I harder by this ban than by any will get'underway Altetnas.4 -
recent on or before the OTICR OF AI'I'I.ICATIO.N FOR Certificate No S5C, dated the Mth day .
natural misfortune of years
from them; they've known the 25th of October that date having TAX DEED of June, 1942. Description of property; -_
depths of sorrow through the loss that all hope Is not yet dead, and I SW S of the NVH4 of the SW& fai lia
tentatively bc-en set some time ago. 12, Township 42 South, Ra.nares t f
of loved ones but have always the all-out efforts being made now Because of the bumper crop of Notice is hereby given that LYKES 10 acres Name in which assessed Urn- -f

val,I have a good chance of getting re BROTHERS, Inc. the holder of the known.
maintained a sense of spiritual
started cane this year and the fact that following certificates, hall filed said ; Certificate No. MS. dated the lt day of
ues which enabled them to over-;sults. Too bad they weren't weather and growing conditions certificates for a tax deed to be tasted Jane 1$43. Description of property; _
Tract !S. Section M. Township 40 Soath,
come them, or at least hide them I sooner. have pat the sucrose content of years of issuance The certificate, the description numbers of and the Range 31 East 29 acre, Name in which .

from the rest ,of the world. I'd like to say, also that the the cane at a higher percentage property, and names In which it was assessed Mrs J. F. McCall. -
commercial should not forma assessed are as follows; Certificate No 364 dated the let day _
Yes this observance of their six: group than customery at this time of Certificate .of June 1S43. Description of prwwrty;
hatred for the sport fishermen. No. 17. dated the 1st day of SH of NEH of NWJ4, Sectfea f
tieth anniversary is'a great occasion year it is probable that the harvest Jon; 1943. Description of propertyVK 8, .ofame 41 South Range SI Eat.'ii

and it is my sincere hope that Many of these familiar with the will be started just as soonas S.f Eof.SF of NW H 29 Section East 1 10? :' ? In which u es ed. :Mrs. IA
conditions Lake Okeechobee. Name fun whichgas. ZimmeLOrtifcate
on '
they will be enabled to go On to have to bat for the enough labor is recruited to get Mable( W Stevens. Mrs. Na 119. dated the 1st dayOf
celebrate their diamond anniversaryIn really gone underway after the tenth. June, 144. Description of
commercial interests. The sporting Certificate No.. H dated the tat day WH of swu e f SWU. Section gownr
1961. Last SL Ju1e>T,1'f Description of property 38 South. 32
has caused the troubleare season the corporation established 2, Block 4 ship Range East
group which 2S. Township 41 Name In which assessed! unknown.
new records for the ton- South. Kng Zt East 1& acres.
for the most part, sportsmenwho which a. eS8ed. Mrs. Luella aSmith Certificate No. 122. dated the Sat day
This would be a drab world if have never visited Lake Okee- nage of cane ground at the sugar Estit*. of June 1944. Description of

there were no such thing as hope venting their house and this season from pre- Certificate No Z53. dated the Mth day of the PE4 of the SW% of Pl'OpvtYK.N
chobee and are only of June. 1942 Description of Property Section 20, Township 49 South y
and despite the fact that every spite against all seines. liminary estimates promises to be SE'4 of the SE14 cf the SE 4 Section !8.; Fast 5 acres. Name in which assessed
thing looked though it had as good better Township 42 South Range is East. 11 F. T. Oonler
as gone or possibly than last
and working. All of mid the 4
Let's keep hoping acre* Nam In which assessed Vi. C property being In County
wrong Monday when the court mostly the latter in the belief that year. In addition to the tremendous Kinsman Of GLADES, State of FLORIDA.unless .
I Certificate No. S3 dated the 1st day said certificate shall be redeem4'
ruled fishermen from the twelve
against the crop plantationsof
the lake can be held open at least I Si June- o'44. Deacrl' ion of property ed according to law the property described -
permitted the closing of the Lake until the final court action has the sugar corporation extendingfrom Tract 8.to Fat 9, Township 49 South: In such certificate wOI be Md
Kanee 10 aoreg. Name m which to the niftiest bidder at the Court HMM
by the State Game and Fresh been taken. Moore Haven to Port Mayacca assessed, Frank E. N ewq uillt. door on the first Monday In the mouth

"Water Fish Commission events I I there is a considerable increase of Certtnpate No 177 dated the 1st day of October. 1M..whteb to the 7th day .f
June; 1J43. Description of property, October, 1S46.
which have followed during the Softball.Equipment this year In the acreage planted by Tract 4. Section U, Township 40 South, Dated this Seth day of August, IN,

week indicate that there is still I(I independent growers whose cane Range M F.alltI acre Name in which
assessed Augusta Weige D. S Week*, Clerk of Circuit Court
reason to hope. I Enroute ForClewiston is processed under contract by the Certificate No. 4s. dated the Ut day of CLADBSCounty, Florida.
I June 1J44 Description of proper Sept 4. U, 29. & %7. 1146
Other suits have been filed, one I sugar corporation.The of the SW% of the SWtf, Section ti

for a permanent injunction Diamond growing season this summer Township 40 South Range 35 Kant 20
In which assessed, John L.
ing, a date for which has hear-I' I,has bee nalmost Ideal. The rainfall atName

been set to my knowledge, CLEWISTON Following the has been much heaver than in Certificate No. m, dated the 1st day
of Jane, MM.
financial aid given by the Description of property:
other for the issuance of a licenseto generous most recent summers but has been Tract K Section 22. Township 4e Sooth.
Kiwanis: Club the Clew- Range fe Fran 10 Mark R. Tennant
a local fish dealer for the year I Clewiston well distributed and there have assessed, Mrs T. C.acres.Cook.Name In which
Istoa. Recreation Assn. has announced been few times when
October which excess water Onttficate '
beginning 1 was No. m. dated the list dt> Lleeued
that floodlight equipment, of JII.... IMS
water has caused of
any grave con- :
voided by the closing order i and all( Tract 40. Section 2*. township ft Sooth. Real Estate Broker
these suits will keep the issue aliveIn bleacher material, backstop cern Bo far as the cane harvest is Range 30 aut. JO aerea. NaMe In which I ;

the courts.In :the trimmings for an A-l Softball concerned.All assessed, Pat Usher e GLADES COUNTY LANDS

Diamond is enroute to Clewiston. Certlflcat* No. 1M, dated the l t day
addition ex-GIs of the area of J.... IHt. DNei1pUoll of.
and together with the donation of records have been TnIct 15. Section II, TOWMbtp property"-th.' 607 Congress Bldg. Miami, FIe,
have appealed to Govenor Caldwellto Range IS I ut. seem, **"* which 1 r
for the bya
give consideration to their cue sufficient poles property broken by Howard Hughes' daring assessed Pat t:& v

local resident Clewiston is assured production, "The Outlaw." which Certificate No' 429 dated the 30th day
and he wired some of this group I
of a grand opening for their has played to over a million pa-
In Okeechobee to the ef-
: Tuesday -------- -- -
-- -- ---- ---- a
Softball season. trons in its seven-month Los Angeles
fect that the commission was now
In the meantime the association engagement.
considering relaxation of the ban
is anxious to get a diamond ball
to permit fishing to continue until s
final court settlement. league organised and everyone In- LEG\L NOTICES HELP TO BEAT THE HIGH PRICE
terected in playing and all organ-

Last night at the meeting here isations interested in sponsoring a OF MEAT

the Veterans of Foreign War Poet I team are asked to communicate as OTICK TO rOTH4CTOKH

passed a resolution and sent a OFMtK UK TUB TOTE IIOU BY
soon as possible with Dob Beards- IIKPAHTMI-VNT nDEnJXG'EGIr.BLE PL.TET

message to the Governor asking ley Melvin Pape or Bobby Hare.It .

that the lake be held open and is hoped that teams about the Tallahassee "'IondaOctobf'r GLADES CAFE

similar action, it is understood 1, 1S4
lake will join in this sporting en- NtINTEN4\CI '
: \\n
will be atken by most if not all terprise and a schedule of games CO'TittCTIoPROat.tlr I EVERY ITEM INDIVIDUALLY PRICED

of the posts around the lake. Pe .
can be arranged. Sealed bide will be received at th.-
office from Qualified <'ontractor.. OUR COFFEE Is DELICIOrsRoughage :
until 10:30 X M. (E. S. T.u- nth

performance 24th day of of October the following, 1946. for w.rk thf I I w. c. FARIBEE, Sianager I.

State Prvject Jek A... 0.-.OI-106
a.d A70.V104. Road No. ST. Glade* ., -
and Mndry Counties, between
HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN H. yen end Road No. %6. Moore! - "
<..111114 of reworking and -
nn existing: lime rock base, applying i -
'D' MILKAnd j bituminous surface treatment, and
dnssiny shoulders. The length ia ap-
pioximately 65(1 miles, A certified
check in the amount of f J.uftti.no will

Other Alfar Products be state required.lr.jet. ..... \.. OSO2-107.

Road No 29. Glades County, between fLAMIN60
a point approximately I.i mile south ,
AVAILABLE AT YOUR west of Kfssimmee River and a point
approximately >.43 miles southwest
Work to convict of constructing a I
GROCERY AND and bituminous road mix paTt-m rand
inridental Items The It'ngthf .
approximately 1453 miles Astir" 'd
DRUG STORELFA check in the amount of l;>,-'u,' .... w.ji hAIRY
be <<"I U Il'ed. J.
For each r,r t FEED '
check m the amount stated above.

made payable to the Chninn.,n '
the State Road Department, with i x
necessary State's Documentary Stamp
attached, must accompany each bid. and Concentrated Feeds
All certified checks shall be -rti'i>.d -
within 15 day of the date for r-- .
cemng bid. Cashier check will Manufactured in Florida !
not be accepted. The check of the for Florida Users

two lowest bidder will be depollltAU .
work to be done In accordancewith I FOR SALE IN THIS AREA AT
the Plans Specification and DEHYDRATING PLANT IS
Phone 20 Belle"Glade Fla. and Special Provision of the State Road MOORE HAVEN
Department Special attention I* called -
I"" West Palm Beach to Special Provisions which will WOBURN
Fla. be furnished with each proposal CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
Proposals will be tarnished to
Qualified Contractor upon application MOORE HAVEN FLORIDAi
to this office FOR THE SUM


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"Miss Florida

II PERSONAL and SOCIETY ,I It t I vas r Fashions" In Tampa

I TAMPA Oct. 2 (FNS) Ap-

"rii; pointment of 15 judges to select

, ,-"JOJOJO.,..,.' JO_' JOJO-'JO.- _-"- JU> '_"""OJOJ"JJJJJ.A,.. ......,.. ,.. ._..-.-.J '." I Miss Florida Fashions of 1947 ata
YVV"" r --.n nrv--.r>r>r
Harold Stewart was a business :Mrs Alice Wise of Clearwater is I the Florida Fashion Mart at the

vtettor in Miami Wednesday.. a business visitor here this Tees Municipal Auditorium in Tampathe
i iWr. I night of October 9, was announced -

and Mrs. John Brown were Vernon Pope of Tampa visited j this week by Joseph RMukler .

ta devrietea oa fcaeinoes Saturday.Kr. old frteswh here this week. Vei- general manner of the
-- : DOlt lived la Moore Havea in 1915 event :

... aad Mr*. Fred L. Jeakiuhasteeea : before the town was laid out. I j I I". S Senator Speseard I.. 1101I i
<._ ... visitors ia Lakeland Kind has assured the Fashion Mart '
... ......... r. C. Settle of Pryor Okla., arrived I that ht will be present to crowa

(. --- I Thursday Bight to attend .the V'b Florida Fashions despite the
rL ; L. BB of Sarasota motor veai- sixtieth wedding anniversary observance tke : iat; that he haft been called 10

Y" t' tin LSgtoctnr. was here OB Taea-, of bu parents Mr. and dS | \\ushincton earll. than bad betaI
... I Mrs. C. H. Settle. Mr. and Mrs. I anticipated HoL uid will spuak toa
Carr Settle met him in Fort M>ers. joint meeting of Tampa civic

.... L E. Scott, Mn. Charts I : ilubs at a noon luncheon OB the
ataMft ea4 .... T. W. Week were Dr. DeWete of the State Divi- !day of the fashkia show

VIA to Miami> ..... etoa of the U. S. Department of I Over 2.000 buyer rom fire
Agriculture of Clearwater and R. ; southeastern states and 33 payers

RIlj. s.v.. of nwtmjmfA E. Hodge county sanitarian of Sf- 1! from Havana are expected for the
bring were here on bunaae Tues- I Fashion Mart, which will begin.
.. ..... here over fee week- F
day October 8 and continue for three
.. I ftI \i
i I days Approximately (00 lines ofI
Mrs. Doug Clarke of Lake Wales q I nationally advertised women's wear
M. C. Keemaa JZYkk L I
speat several days
Is working is the postoffke here I ;and accessories will be shown at
laat week ia Petersburg, Va.. aad3arketoa during the abeeaee of her mot he.'. j the Fashion Mart, largest .f its
< S. basiaeaa.Mr. .
Postmistress Gladys Stalls who i* kind: outside of New York.
-- I uadergoiag treatment at Tampa i

ad Mrs R. D. Gaatt. U. Municipal Hospital. I FIRVT METHODIST cnurniV.

a C. Gantt aDd Miss Ladle Ethilt I h"III. S. Bozeman Minister

,, steal \Wednesday Fort My- Mrs Daisy Voder, Mrs. F. E. -
et*. William and daughter. Kay Mrs .\%l) MRS. CH\RIt S II. SI-TTU: =
Church Srhoot.--U:.t.
Kenneth BauBAgardaer aad Mrs.
Morning Worship-11:90.
Miss. Martha Dowd l.ft lat week Cecile Brooks of West Palm Beach Youth
Mrs. Fellowship Tuesday evening
Mr. and \ Settle To Observe
fan r Tatfahaseee wb..e (be eMered'R. are speeding this week with Mr. -7:00.

Florida State College for Women and Mrs. Ray Yoder.Lt. We Invite ;you to make the Meth-

far h-cr freshman year. Sixtieth Wedding i Anniversary; odist Church your church home whileIn
C. C. Gaunt Jr.. and Miss Moore Haven. Our creed is the
-i, Missee Betty Dowd and Thelma Luck Elliott of Washington, .D. C.pent Bible our faith is Christ our hopeis
' Aly have returned to Tallahassee several days the first of the Mr. and Sirs Charles Henry "M'- Settle's nieces arrived this in God, and our spirit is love. "I
to resume their studies at Florida week visiting relatives here. They I Settle 11'111Iebrate their sixtieth,,|morning. was glad when they said unto me,

State College for Women. I went on to Miami for a few days wedding anniversary Sunday after'| Mr. and Mrs. Settle have lived let us go into the House of the Lord.

aDd hoped' to fly to Cuba during th.trl in Moore Haven since 1919 when
Mrs. Margaret Wilson of Tampa heir u ation.i noon with open house at I they moved from Clfrmont in Lake FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
is spending this week with her home on Caloo ahatch Canal County, to which place they hal
Drive from three to six o'clock and I I W. Va.,
aunt. Mrs. John Brown and Mr. i moved from Fayetteville
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Dietz returned Rev Gall Smith Pastor
Brown. all of their many friends are cordially -!in 1916. They married in
Saturday to their home in I were Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
invtied to call during this October
Tazewell Va.,
County on
i Washington, D. C. after spendinga Mack Greene superintendent.
Billy Sottile of Homestead is visiting couple of weeks vacation in Florida time. 6, 1986. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-
bis grandparents, Mr and the greater part with her pa- Several members of the family I! Mr. Settle is 87 and Mrs. Settle Evening Worship, 8:00 p. m. -

Mrs. W.. L. Wetherington this rents. Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Draughn have arrived for the observance'and 79, are both enjoying good health Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening -
week. Last week they spent several days others are expected. One son.! at this time and are looking forward at'8:00.

at Miami Beach and in Havana, In West Virginia will not be able to the observance of their You are cordially Invited to at
Mrs. Hannah C. Holland of Re- Cuba. to attend but another son from I diamond wedding anniversary fifteen tend all these services Your presence -

hobeth Beach. DeL. arrived Wednesday Oklahoma arived Thursday. One of years hence. ; is needed and we urge that you

to spend the winter. Mrs. come and worship with us.
1. E. Scott and Mrs. T. W. Weeks Fishing Visitors SOX BOWS named assistant county agent in .4

met her In Sebring. Madison, to work especially with THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmons
Visiting sport fishermen at Wil- 4-H club boys. He is a graduate
Billy Robinson spent the first of liams Camp during the past week announce the birth of a son at of the University of Florida. This church gives you a hearty + r-

the week In West*Palm Beach for include; W. L. Davis, Jr.. Bill 'their home here on Monday. Mother Assistant home demonstrationagents I Invitation to attend these services: j

an examination for enlistment in Jack and L. E. Dame and J. and son are doing nicely. The include Miss Emma Stevenson Sunday Scbool-tS.

the Army Air Corps. He was rejected Steele of Bradenton; Bill Phillipsand young man has been named Charles in Pinellas Miss Marguerite Sunday Morning Worship-11:00. ;r

as being underweight.Mrs. L. L. Pruitt of Belle Glade; Jean. fish in Gadsden and Miss Olga Sunday Evening Services-7:45.

--- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown of Miami I- M. Kent in Dade. Miss Stevensonand Where everyone Is welcome.
Julia Burdette of Mount ; M. /elkinson, Bradenton; Keep the mercury rieing in the Miss fish! are former 4-H club Mrs. Oriel Sealey Pastor.

Hope. W. Va. arrived this morn- John Rhuutton of Rome, Ga.: Elmer Swimming Pool Thermometer in girls recent graduates of Florida Young People's Services, Wednes-
the Park. Have made a donation -
fag to spend the winter with her Smith of Tampa; H. B. Delterof you State College for Women, who have day at 7.30.Employing.
uncle C. H. Settle and Mrs. Settle Miami. yet! served as. home demonstration assistants L

-- in several counties. Miss welding to eliminate
early ia Route 19, often Kent is a former agent in Brow- overlapping seams and hundreds of
)fro and Mrs. Ward Robert an.1thtldi.n Methodists To Have called the "Chicago-Miami" road,',: ard and Palm Beach counties. 'rivets Pullman.standard Car Manufacturing E

Linda and Jerry are Rally Day At Church will provide an almost straight' Annie Doris Frestoi has been i Company has designeda
fending this week-end vMting his I concrete highway for 38$ miles named local home demonstrationagent I( trolley coach 1,000 pounds lighter

parents Mr. and Mrs R L Roberts I School On SundayThe through Florida. It eaters Lake for work with negro farm than the standard vehicle a ;

in Key West They spent the County at Lady Lake, passes thru families in Jackson County. She
Fruitland Park. Leesburg Mianeo-
past week-end at Fort Myers Methodist Church School has taught school In the county W4TKDwAlligator skins. 4 ft.
to Polk
la. Clermont and goes on
Beach mil observe Rally Day Sunday County. for 11 years It.to; 5 ft. $7.00; 6 ft. and up,
morning at ten o'clock and a goalof Most of the appointments are in $2.00 per foot. Lewis Compton
one jtundred members has been cooperation with boards of county LakePJ>rt. Fla. Itpi
,,(.t for that daThe drive for Changes AnnouncedIn commissioners-

r memberships has been gaining impetus County Farm And NhhJ;$ W.\XTtD-AnT kind any

for several weeks and there Read The Ads I size and any number. Otto Whld-
were SI present last SUeday.E't'n.ont' Home Agent Staffs ,den. Lakeport.- Florida. Ito
is urged to make ar.iticiilar
/ effort to attend the
lb".s GAINESVILLE, Fia.Appoint-
Church school oa the coming Sunday Special Sunday
ment of three county agents three
and help to react the desired I Dinner '
goal. assistant county agents three assistant Plate Lunch Hamburger
home demonstration agents ChIcken
j i, in iddition to tbH service a Steak
and oae negro home demonstration
Sun. and Man C r 67t'Ot.NTRY ,| special service is being arranged; Choice of meat and
agents and one negro home demonstration -
iOD'S : : bRov. W S. Bowman for the:
I agent are announced by aDd Dumplings
regular morning twice hoar in
In Technicolor A. P. Spencer. director of the State 2 Vegetables French Fries
the interest of World Peace. October Choice of :3
11 aside Agricultural Extension Service fol- lee Tea or Coffee Vegetables and Salad
6 has been set as a .
daY. lowing approval by the State Boardof
sews" which
fat day of prayer OB
Methodists will Join with all other Control 75c
Fred E. Baetxman has been 55e SOC.
I Protestant faiths the world over :
Twes. and Wed., Oct. 8-9 I transferred from Volusia to Orange Drink and Dessert
Iin Communion
DVUD- ; County succeeding K. C. Moore i
who retired recentl Baetnuaa
Dorothy McGuire, Robt. Young Federal Route 19 Will' bad been ia Voluam for 11 years Gornl Food, rr Service.--Find Out For Yourself

A. G. HntchiaaoB recently released -I
Cartoon Be Completed in 1948 I from Army duty has gone

I to Glades Couaty. succeeding F. D.

Frl. and Sat., 0ct.. 11-12 CLERMONT. Oct. 2 FNS) -' Than reigaed. He bad been act-
One of Florida's fattest through log AMOMI.NG"Eddie
"ShwaJ8-Federal Route 19-will April 1If:. Get the Habit of Shopping litTbe
Dean be completed early in 1948. H C. Harry E. George baa succeeded
Drown of Clermont said this week K J. Albritton la Wakulla. AV-

"CIUMSON .IIOST No. 8 Brown an officer in Rouge 19A'n. britton retired on Jane 30. George

said < on!'truitton on "mus has been a vocational agriculture
ing !lmk>-" .1+ tin route w ill l-eem:: ;I teacher at Belle Glade, and served Er

I in the U. S. Navy for two years
-------- "FamilyDept. 35
Arthur B. Alford. Jr. has succeed -
Walter L. McLean as assistant : .

agent in Manatee. The new assistant .

BERRY FUNERAL HOME !' agent is a graduate of the Store" _' :_ '

niversitr: of Florida : Fin: ,
W. Harper Kendrick has sueIceeded
I Arthur M Bissett as assistant -

AMBULANCE SERVICE agent In Polk He has been a

vocational agriculture teacher At Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
I Pahokee and for tht'II t foul

2301 BELLE BLADE Ph. 247 years has served with the U. S-
Army. !
(I I Erk U. )I ill'. Jr has been Iv

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Settlement House Observes

Johnny on his ninth birthday

had had a party. It was all over
r Golden Jubilee of Founding as: he was now gazing wistfoHy

at the remains the cake.

.It t //RGI I "Mother," he said, "may I have
Founder Remains
a of cake-only
Hiram House and George Bel

111E E As Lone Director I lamy have chalked up many "firsts"in piece"No,"please replied? his er."You've .

their 50-year( association. was
r had quite enough.
ByPAULMALlON : For 50-year SpanTo the first settlement in the world having "Well, may I sleep with a bit

a year-round, lighted playground under pillow" asked the bey.
the people of Cleveland, with trained workers; this my
here are,
"Very well you
Ohio Hiram House is settlement inaugurated summer
Released by Western Newspaper Union. synonymous remember to keep it under your

INTERNAL WEAKNESS FORCES with good citizenship. For camping had never for seen healthy woods children or a farm who pillow. Now run along to bed and

RUSSIA TO COMPROMISE : the past 50 years, Hiram House animal; it had among the first cook- go to sleep"

WASHINGTON.-A mild moderation :1 and its founder, George A. ing, sewing and manual training On going up to Johnnie's rows

of front by Russia has been tak- Bellamy have labored to build classes in Cleveland; studies made some time later his mother was

ing place. Since Molotov was called I, for Cleveland the finest kind of by Hiram House workers resultedin amazed to see Jofenofe dMffeg

home for a private conference with .. public bath houses for the city and peacefully with the pillow ore MB
Stalin, signs have been increasing possible.Now Y improved standards for its public stomach.CLASSIFIED.
that tactics have been altered some- the institution, which is sup- dance halls.
ported by the Community Chest, is co.
what. Arrangements were immedi- t, 3 CdrV Aids Other Projects.
ately made at Paris between the Big celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bellamy has become famous for

Four ministers to postpone the as- Its founding. This year also marksthe his association with movements designed -

sembly session of U.N. for at least golden anniversary of Bellamy's to make Cleveland a better

30 days-until Oct. 23. connection with the institution. He 4 place in which to live. He was DEPARTMENT
has the distinction of j
being not only
Messrs. Byrnes and Bevin are one of the original committee which
I the founder but also the first and
passing this change off lightly as a only director. organized the Babies' dispensaryand BUSINESS &_IOPPOR.
matter of routine hospital; he helped organizethe
I Bellamy's philosophy was developed HOME AND
nations are simply not well enough Juvenile court, the Legal Aid your future. Franchise and ----
i in the backwoods of Michigan Citizens' bureau and Cleve- dUe available new AaaacM*
staffed with diplomats to let the society, befo UwMt
Store Inve tigate a you
where! he was born. In bringing his
two conferences simultaneously land Community Chest, the first Writ or were
run Ideas and ideals to one of the coun.try's KENTON AcT STORE;DaBaa 1. '1'...
as Byrnes wanted. But in offer- GOOD CITIZEN Just out of community fund in the world and
ing this soft excuse they forget that larger cities he became the college, George Bellamy founded since adopted by more than 800 I DISTRIBUTOR- can earn upward 5* ....
first of his to in mod. m.pcasesuatlon %
family pioneer vial our
a oeo>> annually
Byrnes at first demanded the Sept. Hiram House in 1896. For half a American cities. and watcr-proata m t.JM.
23 of U.N. large community. All previous century he has remained as the Aprox. S750 req. for clock. Write area Aa.phU .
meeting of he
go through as Because the early help .
moves by his family had been backto C*. 1111 R w U aLe AUuta. Ga.
scheduled originally, in order that he first and only director of the institution received from them Bellamy
the land. .
might lay the Paris deadlock before known for its promotionof always has cherished a deep affection JACK: SHERIFF'S Wisteria Garden Theater Attaata.Kaeiauiyt.ionnerlT Q*,

the assembly. By their very agree- Founded 1896. good Citizenship in Cleveland.first for country people and established over 20 yrs. Great ntopnaMaq
Uakes Ana pmxBU
ment for postponement, therefore, Cleveland's first settlement house small town churches. In his for because a or town 3 partners.definitely abort of food restaurants .
Byrnes and Bevin have given Paris founded as such grew out of a day of operation. They came struggling early years at Hiram and night clubs. e MrdaB7 enr.
another 30 days lease on life, to see chance remark made in 1896 in a to learn how to be good Americans, House it was the little churches tag Chinese foods. Price $T5OCO.! Terms.

if Hiram college classroom. Boston's for help in burying their dead, marrying -
constructive be
something can surrounding Cleveland whose PETS ETC.
South End House was under discussion the living and counselling the
done in that time, or some new hope pennies, nickels and dimes
and said wayward. FCPSi Pure Dewormed. 2 mo. old. Toy
for a co-operative peace held out. someone "Why helped keep the city settlement Shepherds Tor Rat Terriers. Fox Ten
And strangely very strangely, authorities not a Hiram House for Cleveland?" Gradually, Hiram House began to houses going. The people in the riers. English Shepherds males $15. females
M. Collies, sable and white: German
That "someone" was George Bel- build a reputation as a model settle-
here Police, German Shear
now are saying Paris small towns near his camp wolf trey;
results lamy. A few months after his ment house, its founder and director herd.. males $23. females $10. C.O.D. your
get before Oct. 23.
may for well children at Chagrin approvaL Z. C. VALOH.N, O..laa. .. C.
graduation he went to Cleveland and a man with extraordinary vision.
Falls him his
REDS URGE CO-OPERATION gave original op-

At the very least;Molotov has refrained Foreign countries began to send portunity to introduce poor boys HELP WA.'TED-\1EN
--.... their representatives to the Cleveland -
from tossing the world and girls from the city's streetsto
settlement to study its pro- OVER $20 A DAY!
around belligerently since his Labor the Joys of country living.
gram. More than 200 scientists in- SELL NAMEPLATES for front doors
Day visit to the Kremlin. Hence When Hiram House was opened MR. DAY TSM, Dept. A.
terested themselves in Bellamy'ssevenpoint 188 laTestnuat BI.,.. PlUsbarfk. Pa.
also, Manuilsky spoke to the U.N, for the growth I in 1898 Cleveland's population was
council for more than two hours, program 300,000. Today the city boasts a
and development of the dhfld. REAL ESTATE HOUSES
Urging "business-lik co-operation" population of a million persons.
When in 1906 Hiram House
whereas not so long ago he and his opened "Progress City," a model Among that million are many thou- bath, home with two porches for argueds1.ax
associates influenced using 50* less critical b4dini
were talkie about the sands whose lives were
) community with its own boy judges. materials, would you be Interested Senatl
"reactionary capitalists" trying to during their'early years by contact for our Reference Source List.

Influence elections with airplane car / with Hiram House. These include BLANKE. .. ,
"" WOODBIDGE U. W..I a' D. C.
riers. ("Reactionary" is an interesting 1 )<: < 't: I some of Cleveland's outstanding

word now being promoted by business and professional men.

b ,all communists simultaneously i I More than 90,000 persons, in all, A Safe,Sound Investment-

found the world, especially as have been associated with Hiram
'' ,mere Is no political movement more House clubs and classes during the Buy U. S. Savings: Bonds!

reactionary than communism which BIIf'l t settlement's half century. Many of

wants to maintain Karl Marx and is these persons made scores of visitsto

against any change in the status quo ---- I the house, annual registration
It home or in her zones.) I running as high as 450,000 to 500,000. i NONE StJoseph'WBIUI I l l
ft* IN A DAYS WORK A game oj
i Shrewd students of Russia at- checkers provides diversion for SURER
., umn sluts a w
tribute both toe earlier thunder
Hiram House
"young fry" at ;.
and lightning of threatening mJ tI -- -
Cleveland's settlement house. The I
communist: diplomacy, and the
current symptoms of willingness program isn't all play, however. .

to co-operate, to Internal
conditions at home in Russia. opened his first settlement house at i
143 street.
Existence of rioting In the Orange 4 .
Ukraine has been fairly well The first few months were I

authenticated through the Iron hectic. There was very little

curtain against news. Indeed, money; the first furnitureandfor

some Russian announcementshave a time the only furniturewas i

adverted in passing to this a baby crib and table

condition. The communist lead loaned by a neighbor; the purchase for children also are taught the If yea are rem 4
y ership in the Ukraine is known of a quarter's worth of rudiments of setting and other f7s, Vitamin not*yon reUiaa-n *l-.Urttakinr all the A&a

y to have been purged.r soap brought half a dozen metal household arts. As summertimecomes Scott' Emulsion to prmpUr
help briar back **. gad
I spoons as a premium; within a the setting basket is discard stasis ud build rte rgi afasus
Further alone the same line, the
few months the landlord \
gave GomMavtinr Scott' It tick in
top Old communist writers and poets I notice to vacate because too ed ichen natural AID: Vitamins and
being purged openly on the nenr-baildfnr..natural oiL
are many young people were coming and Buy today I An cIr1iJr tLZtuJSuJPA7.
policemen engineers mayor,
ground that they strove to write better to the hOuse and he fearedfor
t& and to create some works of its foundations.The various cities studied its program SCOTTS EMULSION
with the of incorporatingits
artistic merit, instead of writing thought
and struggling little settlement best ideas in their own plan-
Russian propaganda encouraging -
the revolution. While the nove- house,was moved to another Orange ning. Two representatives of the

ment ostracizing or banishing themE street location, where it operated President of Czechoslovakia later

was started in the Leningrad con- for two years. By 1899 there was lived at Hiram House for months,

gress, the purge is being pursued enough money to start building a studying "Progress City." A little 1-- J
new structure. The move to the new model cottage was built on the
the Jeltlemenl"
throughout Russia. the date arrive for -
quarters at 2723' Orange avenue was sand dunes of Cairo, Egypt, pat r I IIiIIIUnu
DROUTHS AND RIOTS made in 1900. terned after the model cottage at annual summer camp at I I RHEUMATISMruuRm

Confidential reports bear news of Teaches Americanism. Hiram House. Japan, 20 years ago, Chagrin Falls. Here boys and girL >*LUMBAGO

I a drouth in the Ukraine and Volga Men, women and children cameto studied Hiram House with the viewof joyfully bid farewell to cohorts I

regions which has greatly injuredthe Hiram House in droves-from its copying its best points. leaving in the first bus.
Russian food crops and may ,

have accentuated the local political I rr
situation. Americans like La REMtDtfUITUfe
Guardia who have taken the official

government-conducted Cook's tour
of Russia have not verified the seventy t.n..e .2 s au.'In--s..e tuts.tot
of this situation, but theycould Man Doesn't Look His Age I D ui ttn nn naa a n m anedll e/pia

only know what they were told; |1.111. iiu ti,....Jittimuu I. niitu
the official Moscow line.
that CAMBRIDGE. MASS. Oldestnan i origin of modern man at about 25,000 {1 Brought to London during war -- -- -- -
Russian sources are inferen- in the United States-100,033 I years ago. "He just looks like us," years for study by Dr. McCown and WNU-14--- 4-4(

UaUy denying Red army headquarters j i fears old, more or less-doesn't look he adds. Sir Arthur Keith, anthropologist of I --- -

have been established !! his age. He liked beefsteak, rare. Foundin the Royal College of Surgeons, the

in Odessa (nearest Russian I The ancient pilgrim, now at Har the cave with his bones were Neanderthal bones were shaken by : e a .

point for attack upon the of Dar the vard's Peabody museum where he many bones of wild oxen in condition a direct bomb hit on the college during I'
Good friends
danelles.) I
changing line ZhIli i was shipped from London in packing to indicate they were food, the Nazi blitz. aqkaocJteBIy
Moscow : say cases and English cigaret boxes, not pets. The old hunter was unhurt!
sent down some-
fcov was was found in a cave on Mt. Carmelin Warn *f Disordered
what as a matter of being per !
Palestine part of the "richest Kidney Action

been sonally rumors purged.from There behind have the I find of made.Neanderthal" man specimensever I Sleuth Nabs 2,000 Deserting DadsNEW tmtvlar Uodara babita Ifs wtta f.peap.eapag Us harry and worry aaddrmtanr ,

curtain that Zhuk v has been I ..tea risk ft. ..-.sad kl.e.
One hundred thousand years ago, i thrvn .. oa the work
replaced by Konier. A man i according to his discoverer Dr. YORK.-If Hollywood were "Bloodhound" Lamb, wiry and ant Ute bdam.ivy awn 'to become I

without patience, who wants action. Theodore McCown, professor of an- seeking a movie sleuth, probablythe I short, looks and talks like a clerk or erer-uud aad otter kmpvrttMS aa4 last t fiber eieeai ae4Ire.&MlDtiriac

But the truth of these thropology at University of California last man the casting directors a Sunday school teacher.He .

matters cannot be ascertained the ancient man lived in the would look at is George Henry Lamb. virtually commutes to Califor hgdsaa Yea atay diu per a.1<'aattiaa geeuag =

through Impenetrable censorship aid Stone Age until he reached 35 Yet Lamb has a spectacular recordin nia-which seems to attract family MC palM sweU!a*- although Russia has been the detective field. deserters like does flies-and Bred ...all wen tIlL Other ecu
In forests he hunted syrup
years. forgotten of tadaay a*w..w.e aordarara saiae-
i pressing to ascertain where our I the fallow deer, the wild ox and For 23 years the nervous, be- recently returned from there with tI.IuI Wn aL saab or toe (......

armies are, through U.N. theI I the wild pig. spectacled little man of 60 has been his record one-trip catch of nine rteauoa.Try 0..*". oink DMMB la*

I To whatever mild extent Now his are the oldest bones in boss and one-man posse of the straying fathers. Sixteen others settled Udn.7*M pa*.4 harmful ntmm body

change of front has been effected, the United States, says Dr. Mc- Queens. County Abandonment bu- by handing over enough money MBMry WMM.T el_public***.a bad roroTiL man An tea rseosr ball a 1

the events so far indicate it is purely Cown. reau. In that role he has tracked to support their children an ar- .md.d br patriot .Ns srry.k..

t a matter of diplomatic expediency, The old hunter is not "a direct down more than 2,000 fathers wantedfor rangement which Lamb prefersover ash war ..iet..I

and while the home Moscow regime ancestor of existing human beings." deserting their children. He has arrest.

may be troubled because its people according to Dr. McCown, who explains pursued them in 48 states as well "A father in jail is worse than DOANSPlLLS

naturally wish to ape us. no changein that anthropologists set, the as Cuba, Canada and Mexico. no father at aU," is his philosophy.

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men-what he is, and what < ownRepctiteb
he might be-and you're never i

absolutely sure which you're going

to bury till he's dead. /.Phil/;'.

Cowards die many times before their E SCREEN !0 ew, a... K

deaths; I in WASHINGTONBy Related b* Wtcn Newspaper Uti....
The tmliant neter taste of death but Bclcaacd by Western Ncwcpaocr Colon. i BASEBALL FOR JOSEF ;
once.-Shakeipeare. Walter Shead By VIRGINIA VALE

A pound of pluck Is worth a TOO BAD MUCH AS CURRENCY'SOCIAL CREDIT'ALMOSTAS WHU CornlpfNldllllWIIU DENNIS WATERS was late'' The Army and Navy journal proposes
ton of luck.
-GarfiekL for introduced to
he reported that baseball be
WAS IN the early twenties that
We can well afford to be tol- Manchester fPuaiaffM Sar*m work in RKO's "Crack-Up" and .Russia. It would equip and uniform
Boddy then
erant of the opinions of others, the as now, JIll Ijt St. JT. W. a'drunk 1,000 Russian teams in the belief
because editor and publisher of the Los lost the part-that of
-if we are growingour this would be one sure way to create -
own views are certain to Angeles Daily News, called on me Producers Who RefuseTo whose face is never visible to a spirit of good will and make

change.Let when I was in Los Angeles for a few Sell Are 'Strikers1 the camera. Two days later the the Russians a little less tense.
days. The purpose of his visit was
him that thinketh ht that he might explain to me the former marine got a better one, -

.. standeth take heed lest he fall. idea of social credit and. if possible, "PRODUCERS Hold Meat From when Director Irving Reis This may be the best suggestion of

-New Testament. secure my support for that scheme 1 i 1 Stockyards"; "Butter Scarceas learned that Waters had been postwar times. A world series be.
Processors Divert Butter Fats" tweeD Moscow and Petrograd might
which he was vigorously promoting ;
late because he'd been unable to
through his "Farm Leader Deplores Labor core the crustiness. It might even .
Strikes"; "OPA Girds to Fight find a home nearer than Santa Ana, loften up Pravda. Certainly Molotov

A Closet That Fits do not remember an the .Black Market." SO miles from Hollywood, his car would not be the same difficult -

details, as I was not interested, Headlines such as these in the j I! was wrecked the night before he guy if he had a season in the

Into Waste Space"PHIS but I do recall the general idea, newspapers have set official Washington i was to report, and the bus he was bleachers. And does anybody think

and in general how it was to to thinking, as they shouldset riding on that morning broke an Gromyko would be the killjoy that

work.: He was proposing that every; citizen to thinking. Whatis axle. So Reis cast him in a role in be to if be could get an afternoon

f the government make a detailed the underlying cause of black which riding on a train with Pat now and then at a crucial cries?
9PACF and thorough of all O'Brien Claire Trevor and HerbertMarshall -
i inventory markets? And the simple answer -
r that represented wealth in the is he tries to get acqu; toted .
j/ j scarcity. What is the underly- : We are for baseball on the Volga.It
nation; all the farms homes i ing cause of high prices? The answer I with Miss Trevor. Just good luck would be O.K. up to the time

3<' and factories; the transportation is also scarcity. If there were iisguised. as bad_!-_ when a home-run swatter got too
systems, both rail and boat I plenty of meat for sale, plenty of big a public following or a star
and other kinds; the mines, for- 'butter on the markets, plenty of At NBC they think Cnristoler pitcher got his picture in the papers

ests and oils; an merchandiseand automobiles in hands of dealers, or Lynch is going to be one of the sensations above that of Joe Stalin.

SPACE farm'crops, everything having plenty of any other commodity on of radio this year. The Irish _-_

e Q a value that could be expressed retail shelve there would be no i tenor after being launched in style i Of course baseball in Russia

in dollars and cents. black market. Neither would there 1 on the September 30 broadcast of i would present some difficulties.
RED ANOWIIT I be high prices. It's that simple. "Voice of Firestone" at Carnegie
( stand for
Would the Soviets any
Whatever the total of inven-
ICKING ON aASHAOE that The next question li, "What is the : hall, no less, will alternate on the hitter called
home-run! being a
ZIPPER (AUhORY SACRol tory, representing the total wealth "
underlying of scarcity? ,..
w. ? Will the three strikes and
It HANGS Ve/0ER $ L i of the nation, the government would "king"
Issue money enough to cover all of There may be several answers to i out rule be subject to a veto? Will

closet will fit into any the amount. That money was to that question but certainly one answer the base on bans, being a democratic -
waste because it has insofar as manufactured 1 institution be ruled out
space a be divided equally among all the 1 as
products are concerned, is under-
shade-roller door that does not capitalistic?
people of the nation, men, women
production. As for foodstuffs, one
swing out to conflict with ether -
and children -
on a per capita basis. is
answer that farmers and ranchersare
doors and furnishings. Here, a Isn't there that
a possibility any
Boddy estimated the wealth of
not marketing their produce, or
only nine! inches deep is used
space the nation at that time as somethingover that processors are holding their team that licked Moscow in a serieswould
for linen closet with shelves.A .
200 billion dollars. It would products off the wholesale and retail liquidated
bandy laundry bag matches the t ._
mean the would issue
striped material used for the door which government markets.So .
reDs up In back of the attractive framed of purely printing press money, the laboring man who strikes Suppose Joe Stalin likes Minskto
wooden scallops used to finish the front. 200 billions of dollars and the Pinsk club
S e something over and the farmer who withholds his cop a pennant
in currency. Of this great sum from market their takes it?
produce are by
Pattern 256 actual-size
gives cutting -
each individual would receive
ruide om the rafedUoJc frame and stepbytp an very acts helping to build up scar- -
for making equal share. Collectively we would city and the black market, the very If Joe thinks a player is safe at
the entire! closet and the laundry bag. This
pattern may be obtained by sending 15c have sufficient money to buy every conditions against which they rail. first and the decision is that be is
.Ha name and address direct to: thing in the nation on which a dol- should the be out by a mile can the umpire escape '
lar and cents value could be placed.To Why stockyards being sent to the salt mines? i
MRS. Krrn WYETH SPEARS teeming with beef and pork and I

Bedford BiDs, N. T. Drawer It me, at the time, it was but I mutton one week and the next I CHEISTOFER LYNCH ---
Enclose 13 cents for Pattern No. 256. another of the fantastic schemes, be virtually empty? Because farmers Suppose the Russian baseball

NamsAddr.a. emanating in California, forgetting I and meat producers are holding program with Eleanor Staber. He's teams have a bad season and Stalin

"'. something for nothing. I their livestock for a higher price. a John :McCormack discovery, has wants some big hitters and fast run-

was in no way interested, and That, in the opinion of this reporter, lung extensively in concerts in ners from American lend-lease?

did not think of it again until !is a strike. It's a strike for higher Europe, and will give A series of ---

the present danger of inflation, price, identically the same as when concerts here. Could there be any hope of peace

Northwest Indians Placed fathered by too much circulating the laborer walks off his Job in a __-_ if Stalin arranged to go to Teheran

currency, began attracting strike for a higher wage. The for a crucial conference with Larry
Robert Mitcbum who quit a'
Wealth in Copper Plaques national farmer and neither ? aS
Then I realized gains nothing to act Ins MacPbaQ and Leo Doiocher
Lockheed four
** -- does the laborer both years ago .a
what a wild ogre of inflation for are help-
Western film, has been coming
Until a generation ago, the nu- that Manchester Boddy ing to build up the spiral of increasing along fast; he's now working opposite What? No Reason

merous tribes of Northwest Coast I idea, had we attempted it, I cost of living for everything they Teresa Wright in "Pursued" For Nervousness?
Indians used standard woolen would have would buy.
a produced. It for United States Pictures. Bat his
blanket as their medium of ex- bave been all, and more of what I Buying Power Count big break comes with top billing inRKO's "No good reason for the brisk ia stock i i
change, says Collier's. To concen Germany experienced following price* end the current nervousness could
It doesn't make a bit of differencehow "Build My Gallows High be found.*-Neict Item.
trate their wealth men invested World War I. when the billions in-
in the principal role, originally
their blankets in "copperspaint. of German marks issued many dollars the farmer or the It couldn't
tended for John Garfield, then for be that reconversion is
laborer has in his if that
ed and engraved copper plaques, by the government were so pocket, Dick Powell. still behind the eight ban that there'san
which increased worthless as to have less value dollar won't buy what he wants to
the value of ultimatum in every pot and two ;
through resale.At than the paper on which they buy. And it can't buy an automo- border incidents in every garage,
bile or a corn husker or a tractor Three cheers for Metro where
a ceremony held by the Haida were printed. Everyone would that strikes are in flower again that
Indians on the Queen Charlotte Islands I have oodles of money in his I! if they are not being produced. they're doing right by that swell the adimintstration recently set a

off British Columbia in 1893, pocket with nothing any /individual On the farms of the nation the unparalleled mystery, "The Whispering Cup," course for Newfoundland and woundup

one of these coppers brought 7,500 could bu)'. When the headache rise in living standards by Mabel Seeley. Clifford Odets in Bahama and that meat, shirt-

Markets and, incidentally, lived II was over a limited few I during the past 10 years is the direct wrote the screen play, and will tails, peace and brotherly love are

to its name-"All Other Coppers : would bave the wealth, and the result of rising productivity, InS direct; Pandro S. Berman produces.It's to continue shorter, could it?

up Are Ashamed to Look at It** masses would bave the worthless record crops with less work, less one of our best mysteries, ---
currency. men working and on about the same and whould make a fine picture.
I The uneasiness wouldn't have
acreage. On the labor front in- -
With our constantly increasing creased production has brought thing to do with the fact that Cro-
Have heard Suzy on "CountyFair myko Is still that the
amount of currency in circulation higher wages and shorter hot rs you talking .
o ," Saturday afternoons on CBS? without
only industry bottlenecks is
S we are on the way toward Manchester and better working conditions.
;4INTHEBAIRRQQM Boddy's social credit. Deficit Suzy, 16, was picked out of the audi- the holdup industry that the
I financing on the part of the govern- High wages for workers and high ence, given Katy, a six-year-old victors in the global war trust one
ment is the fundamental reason for prices for farmers are good for the mongrel and told to prove that an another less than they did HitJer-

that continued increase, and the national economy if they are paid old; dog can be taught new tricks. that general snafu has reached a
out; of increased production To the amazement of the radio
SlnftoutforJoytMILES i sand foundation on which a runaway I new high in America and that there
certainly not out of black market ;! moguls who spend weeks and thousands -
LITTLEPILLSarellttle I inflation is built. The more of it are increasing signs that the American
"gems of comfort". .. that is issued the less each dollar operations or through inflated prices of dollars on ideas for radio public regards the Four Freedoms -

W MUltasativeactionfoe I will buy.WRITER'S. I due to scarcity. programs, this simple stunt draws i as (1) freedom of the daily

ensitlTe digestive systems That old law of supply and de- I listeners as honey draws flies Everybody double:, (.%...) freedom tn mob any.. d...
i -- n- ---- -- --- -- --
yet firm enoughto mand simply will not be regulatedby who's heard her loves I I praved criminal for his autograph;

do the Job.They work with you WORK IS IIIS OWN legislation, either by anion rules, Suzy, people write in suggesting new I! (3) freedom to operate a black mar-

-not through you-and help you l' AX ACQUAINTANCE of some by farm marketing agreements or ., tricks, or asking how on earth Suzy's : ket in choice steaks; (t) freedom to
feel and i
better. See
aingoutforMiLESLITTLEPILLS.CAUTION ;your druggist years ago delighted in being by any governmental agency, because taught Katy the ones she knows. dope out a newer and screwier program

i Not to be used when I known as the friendly man. He the fact is simply that what --- j with audience participation.'t
I sentiments counts in a man's pocketbook fo -
abdominal pain or other symptoms expressed his friendly Peter Donald is landing at the top -
of in He had the I what his money will buy and not I Nervousness Uneasiness
appendldtla are present !, verse. In radio this season, after some ? ? A return -
Tukt only*directed ideas for such sentiments but I the number of dollars he jingles. years of showing that as a fiory i of the jitters? Well, possibly

Mlles Laboratories Ia*. Rlkhart IB*. not the ability to put them into Congress has set our national teller and dialectician, he belonged it has something to do with the fact

poetry. A lady of his acquaintance policy throughout the establishmentof there. lie Is a star in his own ,, that the world seems on fire, brass

could do that, and he em governmental agencies which right on the "Pot o' Gold" pro knuckles are becoming compulsory

ti\\ LITTLE Pi usA ployed her to write for him seek to hold-the-line on prices and gram over ABC, and is also permanent equipment in diplomacy, peace in

his friendly sentiments. It wages by establishing wage ceilingsand on the Fred Allen show, Europe doesn't even look like a good

--- --- --, worked nicely until he offered price ceilings until supply has since Fred signed him to create a show bet, labor and capital are still
them for publication under his reached demand. Whether these established new character to replace Falstaff demonstrating new wrestling griPS.

FOR byline. As he saw it the verses ceilings are fair and Openshaw. you can't get a new auto except ou

me.ir1it were his, for be had bought and i equitable, this reporter has: no way _-_ a radio quiz program nine moreI
paid for them. But the lady of knowing. We do know, however, well-known Americans have be-

seething I W brought suit and my acquaintance I that we have seen during the past It isn't Zuzka Zenta any more, I i i come newspaper columnists. Russia .
Susan who hails ,
it's Susan
E Douglas.
S A ,
ANTISEPTIC iw found the law made a distinction ; few weeks certain labor unions defy still has the veto power, a couple -
from Czechoslovakia finished her
Vied by thousands with satisfactory remit between owner and i the rulings of the Wage Stabilization role "The Private,Affairs of Bel aged ES eloped the other day.
for 40 year.--aia valuable ingredient author. He owned tbe verses, board, declare they wouldn't work at in I 1228 more strikes threatened east of
Get Carbon at cINe attires or write i Ami" in a hurry so that she could
Spurlock- Co HaahfiU T_ but he had not produced them, i the wage set by the board and strike. j the Rockies and Fala is back in the ,
to New York and
hurry get
and could not have them printed They struck against the government i news!
as having originated with and the public. We have seen farm- final citizenship papers. She became S a
I I Susan because that's literal trans-
him, though be had supplied the : ers and cattle and hog raisers defy a Pettigrew the :
lation of her first She says
BUWIMGODTO idea. It was an expensive lesson i the rulings of the OPA, declare theycan't name. got "jimmy byrnes promised Use germans >
: out of directory
Douglas a telephone
be veil and strike.
and one may sell at that price,
a and chick
MORE5TRING'H : in search for a real American car-mirage a
for others to know and to re They struck against the governmentand en In every potsdam." '-
member. the public. We have seen packers I name. -
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food processors and manufac- Add similes She
: was as bejew-
If hcod! LACKS IRON! I 1 FRANCES PERKINS in a seriesof turers do ,the same thing. Phil Baker'srake It or Leave eled as if she had just helped launcha
your It" is a magnet visiting Holly
articles running in Collier's says Under such conditions, no policy, ship. sS
Ton girl and women who suffer so fromsimple I wood stars and Broadway ditto-an .
anemia that ywTt pale, vnk Roosevelt went to Teheran to get no formula, no legislation, however with Al aMrs.
"AtiLSStA out"-UU mar be due to lack Stalin. Secretary Byrnes has rea- I just and equitable will work. One audience sprinkled Jolson OUtm Dionne hu given births e
of Wooa-lron-So try Lydia E.t1nkham'sTABLZTSono believe that all the late President did not do and that Gene Autry Bing Crosby and other
of tte best home wan son to thing congress celebrities is typicaL They baby boy. Two doctors tnd a 1T...u4IIUl'H
btood-la such eaaw secured was a temporary restraining these agencies police say JUnA
to build up rod was to give were cm Dr. Defoe'* spirit
eit Ftnkham's MocOtroa Tablets Soaks ar JI/II one nD of the buyat greet I order. power to enforce their rulings. Baker is"a performer's performer. must be enjoying.OWJM m teensy laugh.

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Two Men Rescued- many others In the county who Newspaper Week- ment but indicated that a short- f

By I know the nocturnal habits of frogs, age of labor and machinery still t

I while their hind Quarters are selling Observed By Kiwanis made the date of the opening of the

at $1.00 a pound wholesale. plant indefinite.

Helicopter From 'Glades I I Club At MeetingClewiston very ;.

Wetherald Is Now I Box Supper At- ,'

( News)
After: an exhausting three day ed Member Of Board !
in the. dense undergowth so the I The Clewiston Kiwanis Club, at

experience, while they waited for men managed to clear a sufficient .Directors Of USSCAt their regular meeting. Wednesday Continued from Page 1)
rescuers to
Everglades them in the I space for the plane to land with night at the Inn observed National feet and received a pair of sox,

IDr. James back L. of Lake Harbor ia bar that they had In the swamp Newspaper Week with several well- extra large; Mildred Raulerson and

Armstrong. Miami buggy. Four unsuccessful a meeting of the board of chosen remarks concerning the observance Bert Edwards were voted the

land dentist, and Cyril Baldwin state I made to land to rescue attemptswere Mr directors of the United States Su;;- bjr President D. C. Hancock spooniest couple and received a I.

appraiser one of the first receivers Baldwin before ar Corporation in Chicago on Sep- before introducing Carr Set spoon as prize.
of they were able to
the Southern Sugar company .J(do so. Mr. Baldwin remarked that tember 17. Charles E. Wetherald, tle, editor of theewa, as guest In the box auction there were

in 1930, were rescued Wednesday although he has hunted and sur- recently named geneal manager of speaker. Mrs. Frances Nail, associate about forty boxes sold some for

atfernoon at 5:30 p. m. by I jveyed this part of the state for the corporation activities here, was editor of the News, was also -i as much as five dollars and only

J.helicopter R. Mackey., HNS piloted by Ensign I over twenty years that this was by elected a member of the board of a guest of the club. one or two going below two de-

i! far his worst experience. directors and will return to Clew- "Newspaper Appreciation" was lars.

The stranded men were seen by It iston this week ready to enter into the theme used by the speaker and !

an unnamed pilot who reported was understood that this was his duties as executive vice-presi- after a brief summary of the alms
Farmers Still Can-
Armstrong's first
their plight to the Coast Guard Indlami ( aloft and dent of the corporation. and purposes he outlined some of
) I! was not too comfortable but any-
who relayed the informationto i thing was preferable to Forest Tralles, president of the the work entailed in publishing a

the Coast Guard Air Sea Rescue i in the Everglades remaining corporation, said the directors reviewed weekly newspaper and gave a (Continued from Page 1)

Service, an International service I,quitoes for company.with Dr.the Armstrong's mos-. the activities of the corpor- hind the scenes" day by day"M-I re-establishing<< existing pastures
St. Petersburg who effected the I great weight proved a hazard Lion, past and contemplated, and count of activities in the harvesting legume and grass seed
rescue:: in a helicopter similar to which the
Clewiston News is
in rescuing him. expressed: themselves as well PUb-t surface water control on pastures.
the one used in I .
rescuing the injured lished. {
The Armstrongs are frequent pleased with the progress made. To earn payments farmer

crash survivors of the recent plane visitors here at the Clewiston Inn. The next meeting of the directorswill He also pointed to the desire of ,,should be sure prior approval *f
in Newfoundland. '
Ensign I
During hunting season Dr. Arm- probably be held in Clewiston, the owners to open a plant in Clew- the county committee is obtained
Hackey:: and Mechanic '
remained at the Inn overnight Sparagaris to strong and a group of friends rent Mr. Tralles said. i iston at the earliest possible mo- ,where necessary. I

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fly the helicopter back to the St. Shy, a camp, from Mr. and -

Petersburg base on Thursday. Mrs. Joe A. Hilliard, near here.

EnsIgn Yates Mrs. Armstrong, anxiously await-
pilot Chief Air Pilot ing the of NOTICE OF ELECTION the Collection of Taxes, by Amending Ot The Legislature sha9 at the Legislative
Willis and Radioman Cobb were rescue husband and WHZREAS. The Legislator ?f IMS.,Sections 11 and 11 of ArticleflU of the Session of 147. and from time to
Mr. Baldwin here at the Inn with ender the Constitution ot 183. ol the Constitution of the Slate ot Fibres as. t'_ thereafter enact laws specifying;
the crew of a' Grumman amphibian. her Cut of Florida did pass ( Joint Resolutions Adopted at the General Election of November. the powers; functions duties and mpens.tiou *
.;rRF, that escorted the lI 'S. Law- sister, :Mrs.: William Andrews, propos.ng amendments to the 19<<. laid Amendment to Provide ot County Tax Collector deilfnated -
graciously granted an interview to Constitution of the Sate of Florida and for the Be-Numbenng of Sections I In paragraph 1 of this Section IS,
rence H. Bright of Moore Haven, the same were screed to by a rote .f 11 and 12 of Article VHI of the Constitution -. and shan likewise provide tor the collection -
Piloting a United States Sugar CorDeration a representative of the News following three-fiftha of allb.. members elected of the State of Florida as Adoptedat care. custody, reporting and die
the unique rescue. The to each house: that the votes oa said the General Election in Noremhet bursement of all tax.* collected by t&e
plane also acted as escort Mi- Joint Resolution were entered upon 1944. and to Amend Section II and It County: Tax Collector, j'
Mr. Baldwin ami dentist and his wife are very their respective Journals: with the yeas of Article vm of the Constitution *4 :... ,
flown into
was did deter the State ef Florida and to Provide that .
fond of Clewiston lad nays thereon, and they
the Clewiston airport at 5:30 p. m. and all here who mine and direct that the said Joint In the County of HilUborough. State of HOUSE JOINT RESOLCnON HO. usA
were aware of the plight of the Resolutions be submitted to the e'ectors Florida the County Tax Assessor shall JODJT RESOLUTION Proposing an
and Dr. Amstrong at 6 p. m. as two et the State at the General Election laNovember Asses the Property of the County for AmendXent to Article XVI of the Constitution -
the helicopter carries only one men. awaited with interest and 194$. I the purpose ot Levying State. Coun17.I of the State of Florida By
concern the good news that they NOW THTRErORZ. 2. R. A. GRAY. Schools and Municipalities in the County Adding Thereto An Additional Salon to
passenger at a time. Secretary of Stat. of the State of Florida. I of HUlsborougb Bleept the City Of Plant Provide for the Appointment by i Concurrent -
had been rescued from their enforced .o hereby rive notice that a City. Florida which Shan be Exempt Rnolution of the Seae end
The men became stranded when stay in the mucklands. Both GENERAL ELECTION I from the Provision* of thU Amendment House of Representatives of t rtrectcf
they went into the 'glades to look wQ be held in each county In Floridaen Taxes Levied by the State County of the Budget and to Authorise rh. Legislature
were in excellent spirits and none Tuesday next succeeding the first County School Board School Districts. to Prescribe his Pows and
over some property early Monday the wo.se for their Monday In November A. D. 1948. th. Special Tax School District and the Duties. Qualification and Tenr ff O-
experience. of the Except the n .
aid Tuesday berg" the Municipalities County
morning. At that time
they were Many friends and interested parties FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER I City cf Plant Oty. Florida. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE L' 'TJUTURI
accompanied by Judge Richard H. called for the ratification or rejection of the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE or THE STATE OT Ft \ BAs
on the pair Thursday to said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments ; OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: That the following Amendment u Article
Hunt, of Miami C. A. Thomas and talk over their unusual rescue. to the Constitution of the State That the following Amendment of XVI of the Constitution of the Stile
Malcolm Thames of Lake Harbor, of Florida viz Article Vin of the Constitution ot the of Florida, by adding thereto an additional
I State of Floiid relative to the Aieo.irert tection to be known as Section 94,
Judge Hunt, seeing that the going t and Collection of all '"''* tn the be and the tame U hereby agreed to and
was very tough, left the party Newspapermen Note SENATE JOIST RESOLUTION NO. 663 County of Rillsborough. State -t PorUa. shall be submitted to the elector of the
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an '.by Re-Nurobfnnr Section 11 .* adoptedat State of Florid for ratification or rejection
Monday as his wife was in Jackeon Amendment to the Constitution ot the I the Genertl Election of 1M .o as to at the genera election tow Bepresentatlve -
Memorial for Lower Price For State of Florida, to b* known a* Article make It read Section 11 of ArttUe VIII to be held tn the year IMo.
hosiptal surgery XX. Sections 1 and 2. Thereof Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florida a* follows
and he didn't want to risk being Steak Than fc> the Consolidate Abolishing or Creating I I and by Amending Section II of SECTION' 34. The Legislature shall bylaw
ChickenGene of Certain County Offices and the Article vm of the Constitut'oa of the provide for a Director of the Budget,
late in his return to her side :n Assessment and Collection of Municipal, State of Florida as adopted at tne General who shall be appointed by e concurrent
:.Dam!. About 5 p. m. that afternoon Taxes by County Tax OffJdala. hi Orane Election in November of 144 soas resolution el the Senate and Rouse of
County. Florida and Providing for Referendum to make It read Section II of Allele: Representative and ball by law consistent
the gears stripped on the Plowden of Miami, repre- Elections for vm of the Constitution of the State of with other provision of this Constitution
swamp buggy so Mr. Thomas and senting the Associated Press and fection of any Law or LwsEnactedbjLegislature Florida and fr> exclude the City of Pant prescribe Ms power and duties,
he of the State o< Florida City from said Amendment: Be and the provide for his qualification and term
Mr. Thames left Dr. Armstrongand Milton Plumb of the Tampa Trib- same la hereby agreed to and shall be of effice. the length ol which shall be
une staff here Amend-Be submitted the rector of the State wholly within the discretion of the LegIslature
Mr. Baldwin for Monday to cover
to go help. IT RESOLVED BY Tit! LEOISLATUHt of Florida for Unification er Rejection and shall not be limited by Section
Walking all night long, they ar-; the hearing on commercial fishingin OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA! It the General Cection: to be held on Article XVI of the Constitution
amendment to the the first Tuesday after the fled Monday,
That the following
rived In Lake Harbor the the Lake, were greatly surprisedto *
at seven Co-rtitutioii of Florida to b* known asArtile tn November. U48: I
next morning and Mr. Thomas find steak dinners on the res- X%. Sections 1 and 2. thereof, SECTION 12. 1. From and after January CO/MMIVI'P' 'TBSTTTDTK
re'atlnc to the consolidation abolishing 1. 1948. the County Tax Assessor of HOUSE JOINT' moN NO. nf
started back immediately in another taurant menus at a cheaper price end: creatag of certain County offices KiUsborouga County shall assess ail A JOINT RtF' .: Proposing the
than chicken dinners. Plowden said and foe assessment and collection of municipal property fr all State. County. School Amendment M r fl. ef Article'IDe
swamp buggy bogged taxes by County tax officers In and Municipal Tare to be levied in the Constitute State ot nor
-; down for the second time and that in Miami when one bought A Orange County Florida and providing RUUboraur.il County by the State. Ida. Relating to ABl 'ration:

made his back to Lake liar- steak at a minimum price of $I.5Q for referendum e'ectlons for acceptanceer County County School Board.District School and IT RESOLVX -y THE LKnSLA. Z.
way rejection of any law er laws enacted Districts. Special Tax School TUBE: OF TIm STATE OF FLORIDA
bor to send a tractor in to rescue he received a piece which would by tne Legislature of Florida as provided Municipalities except: in the City of Plant That the following amendment ef See
therein be submitted to the qualif'ed City. Florida which city shall ). exempt Won SO. Article in of the Constitution 01 a
the stranded two. In the meantime, I not do justice to a good steak electors of the State of r ends for doptien from the provision this Section. the State of Florida relating to appropriations .:
the unnamed pilot had reported sandwich of by-gone days. On the or rejection ..t.Iv next general x. The Legislature shall tt the legislative I* hereby agreed to and shall be
eection: to be held to the year IMS, Session tn mi and tram time to submitted to the elector of the State :i
the news to the Coast Guard and outer hand he said a chicken dinner I -WlC time there.naenact laws specifying the of Florida for ratification or rejection at .
powers, functions duties and Tompenu- the next General Election to be held in i ,
plans for the rescue were going could be obtained for $1.00. ARTICLE XX tin of the County Tax Assessor lesig- November. A. D. 144: that is to say that I
forward. He found just the reverse true SECTION L The Legislature b euflior- ailed hi Paragraph 1 ef Section 12. and said Section s0. Article TO ef the Con. ,.
I I feed and empowered to provide by law I shall likewise provide by law for the rtrtutlon of the State of Florida ban be
:$ A Coast Guard plane dropped here. or laws enacted by n at Its regular session extension oa the Assessment Roll of the mended and as amended shall readtotlowc v I
I bend tn A. D. 147 or at any County Tax Aatraor ol all lanes levied
food and mosquito nets to the men I Plowden also printed an regular session thereafter for the con- by the State. County.: Coun-y School SECTION JO. Laws making the appropriation
on Tuesday. This proved of considerable view with Mrs. Temp aondsuon. abolishing or creating of any Board School District. Special Tax for the salaries of public
I Inter-I County Offices In Orange County. Flor School District and Municipalities located official Ir' emphrree* and an ether f
help as the mosquitoeswere which she was quoted as ida. Provided, there Is excepted from hi the County of HUisbonwgh. expense of the State shall contain provisions
the hardest burden to bear that commercial fishing the effects of this Article Judge ft all State of Florida with the CTceptloa of en no other subject nor shall an
courts: and to provide for the assessmentand the City of Plant City, which it hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other
during their wait. Cane knives bother her personally so long asl I Itht'y'd collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provision of this bill; an state appropriations except appropriations
assessments, or eitr-c" of them by County Amendment the county ichools counties !
were dropped to them to hack let the alone.
a frogs Us officers In said County. Any law so SECTION 11. L From and after January cities, orfor political subdivisions
landing space for the helicopterbut Hogan has been making rood Irs'l enacted respecting the consolidation or 1. ma. the County Tax Collector In of the State appropriations for permanent I
erection of any County office shall prescribe the County of HiUaborougn. State of improvement and building for
the knives could not be reach- ey hunting frogs at night. as the powers, duties and compensation Florida shaU collect all taxes lewd m state. Institutions provided for by law

.........,... ........., of the officers designated therein the Countby the State County County enacted at the IMS legislature or prior
----------- the data of
to exercise and discharge School Board. School Districts. Special legislatures and for pensions, retirement
the offices sc consolidated or crated and Tax School Districts and Municipalities hinds and trust funds shan be Included
any law so enacted respecting the asscss- of HUlsborough County: Florida except In one general appropriation bin or any
i anent and collection of municipal taxes In the City ot Plant City: It bens exempt amendment or supplement !thereto and
PASTEURIZED an4 assessments either of them, by from the provisions ef this Amendment shall be for ne longer than two year
MILK county tax officers shall provide for the 2. The Legislature shall at the Legl- AU appropriations mad prior to the
_Co coUectina accounting ear and lau,.. Session ef IMt and from time to adoption el this _loa which are con
disbursing of said taxes and/or assessments time thereafter enact law specifying the trary to the provision of thta tecUoa
to the appropriate municipal powers, tuaotons. duties end coatpeDauon *- .... plre as ef July t IMT.BOt'SX I
authorities and to compensation for I of County: Tax Collector designated -
aueh county taxing officers for services! in Paragraph 1 ef Section 13. and dun ;
rendered Incident thereto. That if any for the collection, care
Delivered Daily To such law respecting the consolidation! likewise provide reporting and disbursement el JOINT MESOLtmOlt We. err .1
;; see creation et any county offices la accepted all tames collected by the County Tax A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment
and ratified at the referendumlection CoCedoe. to Article V ot the Constitution -
/ Your I el herein provided such law Hull' et Florida bl Adding.n-c ea
Doorsteps become effective with respect to the offices Additional a.eVoaltng -
affected thereby on the first Tuesday S tio* of the ledge of the Court of Aeeoed
after to* Led U-day la January I KOCSl JOINT WSOUmOM: NO. MlA in and for KacambU: County and fee
zwIL I of sty je r immediately succeeding the JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing u County Solicitor el said County
PHONE 176 general ejection n4 subsequent to aai4ref..s. Amendment to Article VTU of the Con Br IT BZSOLVED BT Till LCGTSLA.
..... election at which elector for stitutioa ot the State of .arlda BaiUvsto TURX OP TUX STATE OP FLORIDA;
President of the United Slates are voted Assessment of Property for Taxes and SECTION; L That Article V of the
for: and U any such law respecting the the Collection of Taxes, by Adding Constitution of the State et Florid be
North Francisco St.. Clewiston, Horida assessment ani: collection of municipal Thereto Additional Section to Provide amended by adding thereto an additional
1 taxes and assessments or either ot them, that la the County ot Bay. State of action to be known u Section U et
by county tax officers It accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall laid Article relating to the election ef
ratified at the referendum election aa Asset the Property of the County: Jew thePurpose the Judge ef the Court et Record tJa end
provided bere.n the same shall become ot Levying State County: School for bcambia County end the County .al,
effective oa the first day of January and Municipal Taxes Levied by the !Solicitor ot said County and the same is
AaserlueiMM next tucceedlna; solo referendum eieofcon. Slate County, County School Baud, hereby weed to, end shah fee rvbmrrted ,
School Districts Special Tax School Diatricta to the elector el the State ef Florida ;
SECTION 1 Before any law described and Uonlctpalitlet; et the County: tor ratification or rejection at the General
la the preceding section ot thia Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE: LEGISLATURE Election to be bell en the first r
c From where I sit ... Joe Marsh hall be of any force and effect, it shall OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Tuesday after the tint Uondaj IB November ;
y be accepted and ratified by I majority That the following Amendment Article IMS tt follows: 1
I vote of the Qualified elector of Orange vm of the Constitution of the SECTION. Tne Judge of the Court
County Florida. at a referendum election State of Florida relative to the Assessment of Record tn and for EacataMa County
r to be called and teM tor the PUTPOJ and Collection of all taxes In the and the County Solicitor of said County 1
of determining whether such law shall County of Bay State ol Florida by adding shall hereafter be elected try the qualified
Bert Childers be accepted and ratified or rejected by thereto additional sections to be electors of said county a* other state and
i it the qualified electors of said County.Such known u Section 14 and Section U, be county officials are elected. The first
referendum election shall be held and the tame la hereby agreed to and election ot the Judge of the Court *f
within ninety days: after the eUact.I..ed.te ban be submitted to the Elector of the Record tn and for IwamWa County andar ;
and the Melon Patch oi arty such law. The Board of State of Florida for ratification oe rejection the County Solicitor ef said eoonty
I County Commissioners shall provide for at the general election to be held shall be Held et the General Election 1*
the holding of any such referendum election on the first Tuesday after the tint IMS. to take office the first Tuesday
and notice thereof shall be published Monday in November 1948. M follows after the first Monday la January. U4J
I by said Board once each week for at for a term ef tour year The tern et
Bert Childers put an ad in the Naturally it puzzled some folks least four successive weeks immediately SECTION 14. (1) Fromend after tenure el office of anyone nerctofoe
to the date ot such election, Jaauary 1. JUS, the County Tax Aneaeot hereafter to either of the
IIUpr'& or appointed
Clarion the other day. Here's what ...but Bert explains: "It gives me l in I newspaper of general circulation In fa tU County of Bay. State of Florida, offices herein mentioned shall sot be ee

It Raid: a kick to share things when I can aid County. Excepu herein otherwise shall assess all property tot an State.Ceunty. tended hereby. Any vacancy In eiUi.
I provided, the laws ot the Elate relating : School sad Municipal taxes to of said office which occurs prior to sale
Planted more melons than I afford to-whether it's the melons, to tbe holding of general eecttoa shall be levied te the County by the staCounty. first Tuesday after the first Monday .>
cover the holding of any ash referendum County School Board, School January Utt. than lie died by appointment
can eat this year. Stop by and pick or the lemonade or beer. I guess I election. If any such law shall Districts Special Tax School Olatrict by tne Governor and eonf-rmatSoa

as you want. All free." just like to indulge my whims." be accepted and ratified by to* majority sad Manldpeiitie. I by the Senate aa heretofore provided M
as many ot electors) partidaattnc tn any each Ol The Legislature ahaB at the Legia- the Constitution but in no ease lot an,
plenty ot folks !from where I sit if we had more referendum election, lush law tbaS booomo > latin Benton to IMT and iron time to: longer than trctfl the first Tnttdty arAl
As you can guess sad be In fun force and effect, but time thereafter enact law specifying da the Cm Monday tn January 149 and
scat their kids over and plenty of "'H1fbtdulgutpeople like Bert It at any each election a majority of the power, function, duties and mrninmriUOB the term er tenure et once el anyone 6PAGE
believe In Jectora parttctpaaa therein than rot et County Tax Amniar, designated appointed to either ef said office fee
UM parents came too. Stripped.It. share and shareDen' a gainst the eeosptance end ratificetlon la paragraph 1 of this Section, end the term bee -nlng 1m IMT shall expire
melon patch in no time.And alike live and let live this tired ., each law It shall be ova end aid shall likewise provide by law lot the oa said first Tuesday after the Bt.l
and of M fare* and effect one eta- extension oa the aaeameat ran el the Monday tn January IMS.8XCTSON .
as tHy west away Bert treated world would be a whole lot better ....* board ot said Couat IUD eec County; Tax Aageoe ot ail texas leviedCounty. S. Aay fnnUkm the
off! t"y the result of any ouch referendum' by the State. County School Constitution to toc lct herrrtta r ktreby -
lids to lemonade and offeredike
the election to toe Secretary of !State within Board. repealed.nc ;
tw days afiar tee hoMte< ttenob School JiIIrSdI'I'u
frowBnp a class of ice-cold: 11 1
gB=* It. O ream tad liter '
Ttsiutoirr wucftcor>: i km
sg b* r. c9e fut January t, Nee. the Oourny Tax Coilee* hereunto set my feaad tod affixed tbe
j J1UUU JODrY tXSGUTTKSS: BQ. B tow in fee County ot Bay. State ef norVU Great seal ot the State of Florida at0J8IbaIl&Cq
A JOINT KISOUmOM ProrxMtnf aJLaundnxoot dos enUact aa tcua levied m 6* TaUaharM the CapttaJ.
to ArOdo via ol tbe Co*. CouBtf by tte State County.: County; ef Aogvotu A B, IMA, :
jSTitton of to itaJ tt Itartdo EaUUv School Boa*} Softool Districts, JL A. CHUT.eoetarj r
::.. _4ft..i.. Capyngkl, 1946. k'.iredStatea Bmotn Fotatdato ft A eeaootOBt of r>opertr .. I MO aad Tax SefrUTatUag4 mj, Vaf SmT ._ l .

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