Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00164
 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: April 4, 1947
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: UF00028301:00164

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i M" Harry Foster chairman of

Ir ifcspon-' -. a' n.,>i tmu E. Frit r-lr: r-.t.vt-d A t-l lri .he Red ("ross011 call drive tor I

regarding thr u > ,.f HI*' land east i gram \t 't >rd
of tbtlana; ;and! north. of the extension : E Caldwell! resident of Rat:. '.aa been official iosed and a f

of A\enut1 *s a garbage Sugars. Inc.. and the newly organIzed >t..: oi |448.05 reported to Nat- x

disposal area the city commission Tropical Sugars. Inc. saying the >red Headquarters aa the total: far g r

Tu aday night considered plans fora I. he would be in Moore Haven Friday he local chapter. t

DeW damping area and fiaally afternoon and his arrival. with other
This does not mesa that ...... t
agreed to use the area in the a* sugar officials is expected momentarily -
h have not donated.. wish too t
t treme southwestern section! of the na the Democrat goes to press
,, -o; may not still seal la eau-i
Towasite as noon .. aa entry road ; .
However it may be that arrival ""bution Such checks will hej. {
eaa be built alone the spoil auk will be delayed until tomorrow be-
.dly received by Mrs. Foster or f
; of the city limits carnal.Saneriatoadeat of had flying weather which
eaaac: ,x Mack Greene! chanter chairasBB, !
P. E. Lundy said was prevailing yesterday in Louisiana. Lj duly reported. '

that the city's dump track Ud Mr. Frteraoa contacted Uu k 4
The final list of coatribatera sah-
damped only a couple of loads searthe offices of the corporation by telephone .
; .;tt-d by Mrs Faster to as M-
road ia the after the telegram had been I
area BOW one
I uxVrs Doa Bridger, |1; )In.W .
while the damping area was flooded sent bat before its arrival here
.ray-c'3ts L. Bellamy, $1; Mr. and Ml*.
and told secretary that the
was by a
by the recent booty rains and iTT i J E. Frienon. f 10. F. M. Miaartoh.Si .
officials had already left for Florida -
was now damping oft the canal i __ : : Mr and Mrs. W. L. Bryaat,
but had scheduled
I zanfl some distance: frosi the road by plane S.SO: Mrs. L. M. Daalala, SS;
stops in New Orleans and in Sa- :
Bowerer many othen who hare Rayford Langdato. .it; )Ir. Bad
Ga. Their arrival Friday I
taaa aaaliBg their garbage to this vaaaafc. ",r: I Mrs Harry Foster, |S; Aassy.s.ss,
here she aUd I
would depend largely
have shew- : : .
area damned it done to the : : "ufesti :20: cents;

road making a very aaillulj and oa the kind of weather encountered \ a. .t. :-' .. ...-- s' .. 'Jl..lfl hod
which was "terrible" there at I Benbow-E. A. ]sass. $1; ItiM

an BBamaiury condition. that time. Jauntily toward the aiunui.oi; ; k.it-r where tL pade ai wi.a-d tOI tats Frazier, $l; Rev. Draytoa $1; B....

If present plans work oat a bor- The officials have notified At-i i The local band appearing for the first time in a competitive meet placed Smith. |1; Fannie Roaaatrse, $1;

row pit will be dog at the new second in Class D bands and was highly commended by the judges Charlie Mcintosh $1; Bd rraslsr,
Untie Coast Line officials to meet
damping grounds to procure material SI Will Phillips $1 Reheat Dea-
!' ; ;
I them ia Miami for a discussion of
for filling and street work
sonII Louie Hors $1
; ;
construction of lines to theaifi )
The garbage can then he put into sPar : Lakeport-Mr. and Mm. A. M.
at the Moore Haven site. They j EASTER OFFICERS INSTALLEDBY
this borrow pit and covered over had also planned to be in Miami at I] { Taylor. 11 ; Mr. .ad.... Otto

The city also authorized City hidden $1 : Mr and Mrs. DL S.
this time to try to iron oat soma
Harahal Joe Crews with '.id: l Mrs. Swanson $'
to proceed $1; C. ,
minor flaws in the title to the mill SERVICE BEGINSAT EASTERN STAR i
the construction of a dog pound site 1 < eutMr. and Mrs. Walter McOat-

since an dogs not inocalated and j fie $1 Mr and Mrs Qaeatia Bmv I
Residents of the particularly ;i
Kenan id by the city prior to April area 6:15: SUNDAYThe LODGE ON FRIDAY I sell. S1; H. G. Stewart Sa; Oscar
those wishing to plant cane for F.
1 are now subject to being impound Laagford. SI ; Mr. and Mrs. LewIs

... the new mill. are very hopeful that j : Compton, $%; Mr. and Mra. L. ;
the officials will be able to give !
It was decided, on the recommsadattBB some definite information concerning community sunrise service : Moore Haven Chapter \o. 116, Journigan $1; Mr. and >>no Trite

of the Cay: Attorney the construction on this visit to begin the observance of Easter Order of Eastern Star held a public Story. U; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. .

that the budget recently prepared I Sunday in Moore Haven will be held installation of officers on Fri- Beck. $I : Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck, ;

for the year he need on a half- in the park beginning at 6:15 a. m day night of last week which is $5; Mrs. SUpp<<. SI; ;

year basis since the city's fiscal, Gantt Brothers Open with all churches participating and I described as the most beautiful Installation Palnaate--G. E. Fleming, II; l

;year begins October 1. At that time New Package Store everyone cordially invited to attend service in the history of Thos. Gaskins. S2: L. Stalls $1; t

a new budget for the next year can I the lodge It was the first Installation Roscoe Harris. 50 cents; J. VSnell. ,

b? approved. i On Avenue I The program is printed elsewhere under a new ruling which sets SI; ),to M Ltek $I; George

I on this page It is under the the installation date Just prior tote Graham, t. cents; Mabel Think. 'I

General Election Ray Donald-and Broadas QaattJi i dtesctiBtx ot t&. J *a Moore, .p.al aeeeag of Grand Lodge.tre SI; Fay, Arnold. SA loafsy 8. I-."

1II' ,.. aty; walap a&Ffoximttqljr a hua4raiiim Arnol< irvnti; Mr*. Iv, ut'eww$1
a .p.odag St .sae lJ..
For Senate.'Job'1Tc. *+r'eitr .cf* stare fnmw thaw #'" g. tie"i se- tftt n andttstfors present i ; VrsT :-H 6t( Sf; Ba II.I

tar eeimsa. IHNng the aural haH almost to ea- $I ; Mrs Frank Jones, $I; bHaskew

Be Held TomorrowJeff bating. recently completed, 1IMItY. A committee of members Ii I $1; Mrs. C. V. Waa w> fl.
oa Avenue I. Miss Ana Leaky Ismaaajrer At the OSMCB o'clock boar. nil of
had tastefully decorated! the hall
of the new store. the churches will have special services -
Flake Democratic with palm fronds and eat flowersa To Be Given
1 with the Trophy
T& new building is a small hut presentation of Easter
for Senator from the Tweetys large vase of larkspur and snapdragons -
'\ Senatorial District. wB be very attractive building of concrete sermons by the pastors and special in the east another of callalilies To County WinnerIn
Mack and stucco the exterior finished music befitting the occasion.
the only candidate for the pasttSRwfcoe la the west.
In a pale pink with a two Spelling ContestThe
Bane will appear on the hK. The program opened with the i
toned front. The exterior is finished Schools To Get
lots of the general election to cs march of the 1946 officers which
I IB a pale stucco Fluorescent district I
green annual spec g
held tosMrrow. Saturday Additional Funds was followed by a vocal solo."Lord's .
lighting fixture are provided matches sponsored by the ]t al
Because of the few votes recorded Prayer' by Urban: T. Koch,
in the ceiling while floodlights Herald. will be held as usualyear thin
in the two primaries ta fffl his unexvired the window I For Lunchroom Jr. accompanied by A. F. Hackney
shine OB displaysCounters with the winner and ruaaer-
i ....... JIlL Mary Ethertoa. ruttr-
; term of Wilier C. King R
arc arranged in a r-ahape I up in each<< of the counties la the !
is doubted that there wBI he more I ag worthy matron, then gave the
tomorrow'sgeneral with the ones part of the r facing Mrs Margaret Famam. fiiuBBfj address of welcome sad iBtrodsmed district going to Miami to participate I.
a token rote at
the entrance. Shelves of the]I superintendent, stated this morning} Then in the finals the winner there
the visiting installing officers.
election. Nomination by that the school lunchroom application awarded W.tee. ......
store are well-ctocked with leading march the being a trip to *- I
the retirement by
the Democratic party In Florida hi I came
for non-food funds in the !
brands of whiskies brandies cordials -
election.If UI officers and the tBstaBaUe
virtually assurance of and liqueurs. Living quarters amount of $1483.75 had beea approves ceremonyMrs An iaevatioa this year to tale I

elected tomorrow Mr. Flake are provided in the hack of the by the federal government presentation of a handsome traaaf '
will leave the first of the week for Edith Elliott of St. Claud .-.... !
building for the manager. and that this money would he to each county and thistrophy
Tallahassee to represent the four Grand Instructor of District U aDd
available for for Glades County waV be
Definite opening hours have not use very aooa
reunites In his district in the Senatein I dose friend of tlteort'" matron displayed in a store window dawntown I
as yet been announced This to the same program under
of the toral chapter acted as
the 1947 session of the Legislature next week. The county contest -
which the lunchroom obtained installing officer and did aH of the
which Tuesday. '
convenes held
is scheduled to be oa
Senior Class To funds this year for the purchase of work entirely from memory an outstanding April SC.Jordan.

a M; w..-.. refrigerator and. despite performance as is well-

Baptist Church To Have Box Supper the fact that BO MW appropria-I known to an versed in the installation To BeginConstruction

ConstructionOf tines were mad by Oongres for work. Mrs. Elliott was *'-
Begin And Cake WalkThe
eattBBti of the lunchroom as- slated by Mrs Halett Denton ofPsbokee Of

New AdditionSome fotaaee program, there was stfBemwsfh Grand Kefreseatative of

Senior Class announces this mosey left ta the non-food Virginia as installing marshall; Housing UnitsThe

week that it will state a box supper fund to permit the approval of the Mrs. Beasie Lyons of Belle Glade.
material is already at bandfor
and cake walk IB the school application here Junior past matron as Installing first unit of a ,red
proposed additions to the Baptist -
slated irymaaaittm on Friday night, April The money will be used for the chaplain and Mrs. Dorothy Graham.of housing group bas been taM eat by
to get
Church which are
the water 11. and everyone to reunited to at- purchase of a gas range a raaltorgas Pahokee. past matron as installing Contractor George Losdauist *n the
underway aa soon aa
the surface teBd. store and a large """Sl'UlttYJe organist property recently acquired from the
table. mow very near
i has receded sufficiently for foundation The ladles are asked to find .1 gas oven, all of which are expected Officers installed were: city and fined by R. E. Jordan

work goM1i_ empty box, fBI it with I. to be installed before the i Naomi Dun. worthy matron; J.IIn'j twelve Iota la the Mock faraftyknown

I good things to eat and brtag It. end of the present school term. j (Continued oa Page 3)EASTER as the Rafa Hotel black.

The work will he dote by George alonr for soma gentleman to buyA J JI Mr Jordan has not tea reached

l.u......, Fort considerable Myers coatractor work beautiful chenille Bedspread to .....:-:-I-.-i : M-+-:---X----:..:..:+: :<<.:....:-:+:......'<-------X--: for construction details hat It to
vho is BOW doing understood that he plans to bead a
also beme raffled and those wanting
here The Bsaseat frame church I & ticket on it ran obtain it from | I ; croup of three buildings as tine
will be moved west from its present SUNRISE
any member of the senior class. 1 SERVICEs first unit in Ills Hula pica, Aa
location onto a new lot re- i
entrance driveway will he nisvhiad
rently I obtained and will be raised from, the highway to he faced hftwo
height Sale Of Theatres SUNDAY APRIL 6 AT 6:15 A. M. <
!siiebtly tram its present !. I duplex apartment buS...s
I'nderneath the frame portion, as a
Here Announced rr with a garage apartment at the sad
..JOB will be constructed -!
first 1It8I'y.
of the drive-way Plans are also
black addition Call to Worship .. ... Bobby Sexton
a oosxrct ; ------------- -- --- ----- uhe
said call for
First Of Month I to at least eM

with roBcrete floor which will be I X Invocation = .= =.=- -- Her.JOOB MooreGroup similar unit oa the ,....at7.
----------------- ---- -- --
divided for use na Sunday Schoolrooms -

I AIIDOT1nr mt'.t has been made oft Hymn-"(;brit Aroee." ;

the sate of the Glades Theatre here Schools Are Out
Future plans can for stuccoing ? "fte Lord's Prayer" .. TOumy Wayman. ;
aad .the Harlem Theatre la Harlem -

inroad the block story section nBd .and... Me/Mt alwrta sUB the t*, the Lake Theatres, former .turners Bobby Scxtoa, .-i-o..... lUlvy Boww, I For Easter HolidayMoore

later. die coBstruetton .f a new!! to Jack Burhatt, an a.aoelate Scripture" ....__ ......_._._.______ ... David Land ., i Haven schools ia eoaumsB
of Fort Myers

auiMtoriam on the present church instead -# The are vudaratood'to Prao --_.___..________..--- ... David Land ; I with schools of moat comadM .l
afK new owners
location .....* Bawd the stat. are tokfeac aa Master

of Avenue J aa the chore
fares at -.r-t. e j Tuesday bat have not vet been contacted and ..... W. L WetbrnmsjUm. O. H. BuIld S (today) aDd Bnater Monstey: slid

In Wort 1- *--War It the Third Halted i ewe tiratr rem+o. la their addfdoa plans to for .1 Meditation: "The ..." .__...__._.----- ... W. S. Boeeman tBoHdlttMai } sites acaael a chfldrca.,....-. week 1'IIe.n.ead far srhiiBft tls.

**!.ham!' SB fhev own the Immekalee *- Be hha 1Ioore
sauna* *
SUM tin ------. -,.--- | was act v p t* arawft far Mi
combat fJttw sa fcnrn .....kn ass the eirrle Theatre of Seh- '
s.'xK+: .- >:
any otter arms in Illilte ry ring o IIIOi"u"ii iiiiaaajaiiaiiadli> Mri < > t

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Ae Gems of Thought :

Kathleen Norris Says :

I NOW LEDG E is to know <
(V Wisdom is the right use of

6RupQR The Shoe the Other FootBell i knowledge Understanding, is
BEHIND' on I I iI the how of it all.

r S'Ddlcat.-WNU Feature i; Doe b* too tare ./ younttf.coverit .

'! 0" .1 see mmt eerisite.irs ds.
TH ( a man (an make is that kuow
rlny THE TEACHER IWASlIDmTON.5chool .,;.;.. are not at Bays Mt dli-

PwttL LION have gone on strike in Buffalo teachers, St. hie.A maiden's best dress is bashfulness
-. Paul and several other cities, with -
Ljt/tKLI/ -
Released b.. W estern Newspaper I r.' -. more strikes brewing elsewhere.But .
the new congress has failed The is a_We .l rMmf a.dgctttag.
SMALL ACCOMPLISHMENTSWORRY even to consider the fact that janl. i But the dement of ghi -

GOP LEADERS tors and charwomen in many cities i. ew! es Int.

WASHINGTONWhy some Rr- are paid mora than the teachers When she had passed
publican leaders are reaching i'lf responsible for training the next
seemed like the
the whip is not difficult to ascerta generation for an atomic age. ceasing exquisite
I' music.Longfellow.OUSEHOLD.
You can guess this one accurate Several bills providing federal
from the Scoreboard which to d: "- funds to increase teachers' salaries
.hows no runs, no hits and innun.i.abia have been Introduced-perhaps the

errors. best and simplest being that of Ver-

Their congressional leadership: mont's outstanding GOP senator,
la danger of nullification and t'ef :.:<= George Aiken. Others have been
eoune means nullification of d,. written by Democrats Green and
laocracy. The matter is no less i is:' McGrath of Rhode Island and Mc- 1INTS
portent than that. The Trumanit Carran of Nevada, and Republic!
(..BOOS?) who look at the situat!" Taft of Ohio. On the house side:
gleefully as a chance to ruin t' > Democrat Pace of Georgia and Rej Wallpaper, to take a water base
election prestige of their adver'. publican Welch of California have paint, must be completely dry, sc
ties need new glasses. The Kept' entered bills, in addition to a drop) it is best not to tackle the job in
>Means who think they can gr- in-tha bucket bill by Rep. Starling1 damp weather. Wait for a warm
political prestige by appealing Cole of New York. day. Apply with wide brush 01
bass groups are no less blind. But the GOP leadership ap- roller for the very best results.

The only development which parently thinks that the Labor -e-
reeM save this democracy is situation even though we have Pretest 1M tefaeors from rust
In the Republicans to get the no major strikes-is more an "1"0 of them are feed of chutes and glad of the 50 cents as bottr fry for i j in damp weather by wrapping
chance for leadership which the emergency than insuring the baby cart boustcltanimg, gardening and dttbti ashing." !h them in waxed paper.

peeple gave them in the last uninterrupted education of the : -.-
election. Otherwise there v'U ben nation's children.In By KATHLEEN NORRIS SAUCE FOR THE GANDER When banging ;!shies in the

leadership, only mdiHyin; both the house and the senate; 14 A MOST ridiculous situationhas yard, borrow your son's express -
wfflct at the helm. education and labor legislation ar! has arisen between Ift a poor fule IbM doesn'twork wagon. Put the clothes-basket m

Mr. Truman did not have to c::.;: handled by the same committees} L X husband and "writesa my both ways, says the oU wagon and pull it along as you
off his vacation for a crisis i l and the two chairmen-Taft of Ohio me, adage, but f_w men are willingto hang clothes. Save unnecessary
Greece. He has one here at home and Hartley of New Jerseyhavenot young wife from Portland, Mow their wives the umte social steps and strenuous lifting this
which would warrant attention bestirred themselves about edu Me. "Jerry is in an office that privileges they enjoy themsehes. I way. -

If you do not believe me, look at cation, even though Taft does have employs several attractive girls. Men to flirt with -e-
the Scoreboard on the gross Was. his name on two bills relating to thd Ever since our marriage seven expect A rip-saw should be held at an
ififton leadership to date: matter. ] years ago I have taken quite the girls in the office, but any angle of 00 degrees for best re-
The : Taft has appointed Aiken chairman similar carryings-on by their sults. -
closing of the senate hearing serenely the fact that when I
normally would bring a report and of a subcommittee to handle telephone Jerry during business antes are viewed "';Ib alarm and I -.-

bin OB union reform within a weekor education. But because the full committee hours a charming voice an- stern disapproval. To cerise another For a rainy day. Clean out bureau -
10 Then is heading into weeks o: old drawers occasionally and
days. will come lone swers and that sometimes in- sate, what's sauce for
senate debate which wrangling over labor laws, Aikei throw away worn-out and unneces-
reporters rug- the gander isn't sauce for the
stead of
'Mr. Ar-
can't schedule calling van _..Iry items.
pect cannot be concluded for thrrr probably hearing
goose, as they see it. Folkwaysare
or more weeks. The house comm:' before April. A subcommittee haibeen den, it calls'Jerry.
tee was late getting started f<- appointed on the house side From time to time I have come slow to change and the emancipation +

tame reason, but has a plan to gt.tits but no hearings are scheduled. to know some of these secretariesand of ifoman is far from

bill out there ahead of the per bookkeepers, liking some, not complete.A .

Also the debate there will MISSISSIPPI VS. N. Y. TEACHERS liking others, just a little uneasy, Portland, Me. wife writes When
shorter. But after action is taken b' Never before has the federal now and then, as to what my hus- Miss Norris that her husband, your

the house the two bills will go t government made a regular appro. band thought of this one or that. Jerry, is tall, handsome, mag
conference+ (because both bills v..' priation for educational expenses Jerry is tall, handsome and mag- little
netic. The in his
girls office can'thelp onecatJhes
not be exactly alike) and the fin However, Senator Aiken points ou netic, and it isn't human nature that
farm will be wrangled out Ulfmatery that 60 per cent of all American the admiration of some of these but admire him and enjoy

dispatched to the Whiff today are living in states other than; girls should not affect him. We his attentions. Jerry is a good

house thereafter. the legislate those in which they were educated, women who stay at home with our husband, faithful and a good pro-
faces prospect of veto and it tl! e<' proving that education li an inter children have three small children rider, his wife attests, but she
may return to both houses to pa=- state or national problem. : -have a way of worrying about can't help worrying about the oId

ewer a veto. Aiken further points out that edUcational the trim, smart, perhaps unscrupulous attractions of the women who

WW Ressabe Case tell standards vary so widely( women in the offices. I sitrronnd him. She tries to take 1
Anyone who aD this that in Mississippi the average expenditure ] "Well here's my problem. We live do what most
cr.be : I a light view of it, however, and Tonight.
199-i lose to a man's college and somef
per pupil per year in do to relieve mis-
1 Jane within two months is tak'r' _
liberty with reasonableness It "- was only $42.25, while the average the boys have got into the habit to hope for the best. cries of children's colds:

more likMy to require three nr in New York state was $183.12. His Df wandering over my way between I On the other band, she often Simply rub warming, soothing
.. bill would insure expenditure of at eight o'clock and one or two o'clock employs college boys to do gardening Vicks VapoRub on t.
Tte least $100 per pupil per year in classes. Two of them, brothers, are housework and throat, chest and back at
Ural farm as aeariveveryone each state. fond of the children, and glad of the baby- bedtime.Results are so good
has goe see by new lWMy ; Chief opposition to such a bill 50 cents an hour I can pay for baby tending and the presence of these because VapoRub's special

to follow the Case bWwH is from southern senators, who care, housecleaning, gardening, young men stirs up jealous rage I relief-bringing action starts
same modification or fear it might require their even dishwashing. They are gentle in her hils", I. She sometimes instantly and keeps on
wfcat will be called the Ba't-: states to spend "too much" on men born, lots of fun full of college I goes to a lecture or schoolt show I working for hours during

be Tftft-SntHh bill this time. It will Negro schools. For the bill specifies gossip and delighted to escort I j with a college man, just for the the night while the child
practically the Mr.
same as
that the $100 average for me occasionally to some college intellectual sleeps. Often by morning
Truman retted last year before each pupil must be maintainedfor show or lecture. companionship. Jerry most misery of the cold is
can't that this
election. see is the
counterpart Remember .
gone. ,Mother.
each school district. "Jerry doesn't mind the occasional -
Those in charge of congre!'!' t'r'11 Aiken's committee date, but he gets white with fury of his office flirtations and be sure you get the one and
affairs judge much of the debs'* tures in the executive on department if he calls me at home and a man's I that what is all right for him is ; only Vicks VapoRub.
iD center around the prooosalc to I also all
abolish the closed shop and the restrictions plans hearings on a bill by Taft and voice answers the telephone. He right for his wife.
nator Fulbright of Arkansas callg points out that these boys come of i

both upon amendments industry-wide of Min-bargaining for establishment of a new cab a good family, have lots of idle time, I I man will marry a woman for her -
let of wet can afford to read books, see shows, i -
post-secretary health
acaate's Senator Ball. One or both I conspicuous beauty, and then bully 1 lIJluJSufItAl
be amusing While he he I
are and education. While Aiken I1 company. ,
night be passed by one house butme anxious to proceed with this bill, ha' reminds me, is shut in an office all''i the poor thing into faded plainness I .V rii liiu nit Ill rust.
chances of either passing bothbooses other men admire her. He
day, and comes home jaded and RHEUMATISM
is slim. is more anxious to sea increased will hold forth, before marriage, ,;r
So while some Republican! leader* teachers' salaries. 'Stimulating Companions' upon his longing for a home and HEURms.LUMBAGO
are claiming the job they are doing e e babies, and a few years later represent
He says that he would be only too
to congress is unprecedentedlv tre- GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY BOGS'Whether glad to fool around the house with : himself as a martyr to the i
!n ndous. they can hardly escape ha intended It or not.' Into nursery and stay out every night i
the babies out the garden
:tie: conclusion that President Truman's trip to Mexico get He will grudge her a scanty allow
After all the current trouble did mora for the lagging good neighs experiment with special dishes. I ama ance, and wonder why she never 1tsars.
for of the New
and more coming, the result I, bor policy than anything since York that one handles looks smart. If he isn't telling BRINGS BtEUCD RCt E
magazines many
apt to be Just what Franklin Roosevelt's time. ; her that he is .
was passed ; manuscripts not ready for the printer ashamed of her dullness eati.t..arl 1-ad suss aerC
last session in a Democratic Thanks to the astute backsUg cutting and correcting, so thatI he is reproving her for talking status HI mi ti tiuna
congress and failed then bv too much. a w mi mi rum a n tu a np* 't s
guidance of Sumner Wtlles, RooseJ
have fair income of and
a my own 1,1E1% im u,IM. jmiitnui 1. nit
veto. velt built up our friendship with can afford some help. These under- Men Are Old-Fashioned.
Look. at the Scoreboard aaai Latin America. He made a special; graduate helpers of mine save me Your husband's position is basically -
They have pushed up near to f r .1 pilgrimage to Buenos Aires and much time, give me stimulating and completely reasonable. If }.
enactment and then stopped the HI!! Montevideo, and frequently cruised companionship, and are sufficiently he is to be trusted with the sirensof GIRLSYOMENf..
Uniting the presidency to two te-me the office then :
through the Caribbean, touching at than I am to prevent surely you may
younger any
(a matter which could wait un'" Ecuadorian and Central American nonsense about love affairs. be trusted with a couple of agreeable try this If you'reNERVOUS

190 at least before it could ha\'{' cities; also visited Mexico and "Since my husband expects me to and helpful college boys, especially
toy practical effect): afco then \>*-'rposhed acted as host to many Latin American be unsuspicious and happy about his on an employer and employee

abolition of the ports'. v presidents.With office relationships with younger basis. But ask nine out of ten
portal backpay increases (inr rfTtaly Welles' nit from the stata and better-dressed women," this men how they feel when a man's 0. -C RT.W DAYS' Of Hwrtfc-
labor did not object sfrpr' this voice answers the home Do female functional
department much of came to letter concludes, "do you think it telephone m'.nthlJ disturb
outty) and the proponed cuts in !' <' an end. So also has ended the tco- consistent in him to go into ragesof and they will flush up angrily and ante 30 Weak* make: and you Urrd feel out nervous-at such Irritable t.m,*
budget. On the budget they > .
spent considerable time and r American neighbors. A hundred years ago there were table Compound W r Uee suco ivmj;
with no
Tout; men are assisting me
tfewe on the theory that ,, women in toma.lL"ezmmu foi t.'lS' Taten re cu.
v Regarding this, Latin Americans myworkT Of late he has been mut- downtown business, and ,'.rty ptoUiam' Coir pound telp-
should before '. that
- pare excenses : ? have been especially bitter. They tering about the boys 'taking his particular danger did not ex- build up mlatance a-ainst such dte
lag a tax reducticn. complain that whereas daring the place, alienating his children,' and ist. There were no office love affairs trea. Alao a gmt atonvhlc tOn Cl

Less Tat Red et$ war they sold raw materials to the all that sort of nonsense. If I talked and the only women in a man's LYDIA lPIK1HJ,9'S1 :::

This latter step naturally has > United States at stabilized prices that way about the girls in his officehe day were those of hU own house ----- -
the effect of postponing tax redo,- foregoing any war profits, they now would think I was an idiot ShouldI hold. Now the most attractive
Lisa which many Republican con cannot buy goods in the U. S. A. concede him this point double my women in the world, special trained Prolonged ReliefSo

rider to be the swiftly needed ke\ When they attempt to purchase housework, give up amusing friend- college graduates, beautifully Much
to economic advancement of t:,ocouatry here they find that European countries ships, jeopardize my job simply groomed, alert, sexually free. are Quicker
equal in importance r': have a priority. We pay more because he cannot see that there is on the prowl through all downtOWn. for so-called

tyrant to labor legislation. This nr" attention to Greece, they complain a parallel our positions? Some I think that with your literary work KIDNEY SUFFERERS
posed tax stimulation to econom than to neighbors close at home times it seems to me that men are and your friendly college neighbors
has you have quite imtai.i bUdder ...,&! 'aot aiutr.'* ki amirapvanble
activity the Trurr.
run -
neighbors which are much more im the most ridiculously inconsistent provided 1'.rpI, for bacLjiac.. lee Minr
pranotkm of more loans and re'! Ito to our long-range welfare. reatures alive." yourself with a safeguard that will bCnngpus.tel.errcrtinopa.rtu-. -
arope. The question of Mar< What Latin American diplomats On this last point, my dear Mar- keep both you and Jerry straight ,c.only.y-ata..isatvn>oc qa-ckcr../ pdb kngir-latlir.Bly rebeye*v cnafor.td rt.x-
has weakened some Republic- hope is that In addition to good-will tha, I emphatically agree with marriage. As long as this arrange .... toFo tT (Joe sass lud.ey.b --r Wile -, -
backing for a 30 per caM cut and tours the U. S. A. now will loosenup you. There never has been any consistency ment works as a help and pleasure they mipwteat Mtetfat, tiejr kiday have ponrivl artion. .too..iAY'T BMn *-
caused some ceagreecaMB privan economically. They want to buy, in the way men regard I think you might say to Jerry that i i U<. artJev that tf.r.cd. aBay bUtdrr imu

ly to talk about IS or M per cent w not beg, but they can't even do the women; their charms, their faults, until he takes work in an office 10 ec.sa'.kittoak..l.rpens:.. Aak dnmiat far FeJ.y 1'w3.!.leer t:3r': ,'"."YO*
maybe even less. fanner. their wisdom their foolishness. A staffed only by men, you feel ; Sad them to sass atli aetay, DUt>>u.vca .
t..tiflad In prmtimHn U, MONET BACK.


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S1./( ME'A quiz with answers offeringjANTE'110m0tononvoroussubIects 1 i : UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL it JK

" i SUNDAY I Lesson


The Question The Answers Of *b. Moody Bib e los&tute of Ouca I Re.c s.d hi WetUm Ktvi;aper CI km.

1. Wi.Lt causes a glacier to 1. Its own weIght. The glacier
is so heavy it slides down bill
2. Who painted the Mona Lisa 2. Da Vinci. Lesson for April 6

I. What fish usually provides I 3. Sturgeon.

geoutoe caviar for epicures? 4. Yes, generally speaking. However Lessor subjects aaA lert* ar. test sfotscd ?-

natured 4. Is the Kaole beer a good- I it is known to bare violent CeoaeC and of Reileioua coprrllited Educattoa br Intcmattor.: used b_>: Have Crusts Flaky, : LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUCheese
I fits of temper when crossed k tt: oa Fillings Delicious i
The Golden Horn is part of love.S. Fondue

fee harbor: of what city; The Golden Horn is part ot THE RISEN LORD AND For Good Pie Baked Tomatoes

What is the dish known as1Mnb's the harbor of Tnfriil HIS DISCIPLES Slivered Green Beans

quarters? .. Lamb's quartets is a ".... Molded Pear in Lime Gelatin

7. What was the primary purpose tale sometimes koown as white pig. 1XSSOM TZXT-Jate a:>>D. a-a; 21 Melba Toast Taui|,
in the writing of "Gulliver's weed. a-rr Lemon Chiffon Pie
: vds"T 3Qa *T 5LI ZC1ZOei -ant DtraQhtMUHB II
I To .
satirize England. from the deed. and become -. Beverage
flnt frrttt of Otcrn that tlepC-J Cor.: Recipe given.
funs u:.

Practical Instructions for the Home

Ever new aDd blessed fe its touc- 4 eggs, separated

Nurse-A 'Must' for Every Housewife! upon our souls is the message '* 5 tablespoons lessen trite

I Easter. To be assured once m ore 1 tablespoon leBIIiID rind, flaetj

: that the grave could not hold c.r grated
HOMETreating aLructoo t.itt,<- i! r ;\4-33 WttUj
'.cS',iaptr _, W .-..tIJIoew I blessed Lord and Saviour and th:,: 1. teaspoon salt
\-tURSINj !"-" 11. x 1 ---<-.. he arose in victory over liD an: 4 1 pint cream for whippig

death, is our delightful portion in tday's ..
\\INTS -- -- -- lesson.It : j : SJt together 1 cup of sugar aat
> i of tartar. Beat tin
the cream
conclusion <" .
is a very appropriate '--< $
of the t: I egg whites until stiff but sot !y.
lo to our three month study ;- : "
Gospel: of John and comes in the new 1: .. ,. I Gradually add the sugar misters
; -.ft. k.. continuing to beat until thoroughly:
quarter because of Easter Sunday. I Il
..Yj blended. Use the meringue to mtt
T--e helpful incidents make up
l the bottom and sides of a 9 or It-
Our lesson .
t. well-greased pie plate houowmg
'- -
I. A Rise Lard ui Glad Disciples -
out the center and being carefulnot
y' r 1 Two small spatulas or pastry w
{ '(20:19-23). to spread the .,
bINders exeeUeat for cuttinc fat
j The appearance of our Lord to are meriD'u too :

r.'L ., ___ c ..s'II h s disciples after be arose from tbegra'e ; late Sear when making pastry. Never close to the sides.
.. ate the fingers, as this warms Ute
.. -... AD.a' emphasizes the close relationship Bake in a slow
ogre feats. which eagkt to Ve kept
resurrection '
'r between
e nil _
Woo dsWHEN ., weB ehmed if is te beacatevesL (273-degree) oven ,
I fiaky pastry f'j
of Isis foD wen.
r- .11' E .... the life and ministry for one hour. 4' tts
.... ,. ::iE'
' \ Junior's hand is c./ ..... _, --.< dwt Those who live for and serve the Cool. Beat egg jr //"If." Lyolks
>, ... 4 Christ have triumphant faith s Z 3 IS
open by a rusty nail, bttucafl a. < n' rIsen a "Yes, it's easy to make a good slightly,

,; the doctor right away there an ward peace, and an outward i piecrust if you're not toe ambitious then stir in remaining" cup of sugar

always the danger of blood poison. authority and power. Their convictions ," said a and lemon juice, rind and salt
is 1 1 based the Lord's own Cook over water until
are on + good cook to ma boiling verytk
words which came to assure the disciples once. That r-v ([. 8 to 10 minutes. Remove from

lIZ tubas c case U* ouad thorou v' as they secretly assembled for sound like a fire and cooL Whip cream aDd comtre -
9 soap and ate Then pour bpttffc fear of the Jews. half of it with lemon-egg EOXCt -
puwdde to dig a* .B those strange bit .f ,;
Clog psrdclea to of nut and car- and teak tit ***********it ** He stood in their midst and spoke ; vice, but it's t:_e. ..re. Fill meringue abeQ and cover
a hot strong epic;r. call soluttortbooklet 1: the words of peace (w. 141) and I w remaining! whipped cream.ChB.n
tar No 11 COBU.TJ 40 of The more >; c; _
page The Best InvestmentBuy
Luff*! aemce about borne curslac CofiTi \- authority (vv. 22. 23). i! work with t*e refrigerator for M boon aasare
ccrttag c! contacloot diseases. care U. S. Bonds! Peace of soul is absolutely essential serving. -
Savings crust the
ror** pregnancy. after operations irfS.rf to useful and satisfied ttvmg. tougher:
SKe* A ir.uct for every hem* it gets.
s.M U oer.tf; (com) for "Practteal la- ************** '! Only as we are ."steadfast immovable There's another LemoB Cliffs Pit
hi the 1 baked S-teck aheel
j be
can we "aboundteg
tip you should follow too, if you wantto
i work of the Lord" (I Cor. IS-98). 1 UUesfoea geiatin
make a good pie and that is in
for Steady at the center active at the regard to the filling. Make it jut !4 rap told water -.
4 .fcH
Pipe- I or Rollin9 I' clremnference. as juicy and delicious as you possibly egg y .
Commissioned and sent by the SOB ewp sugar
can. A good crest helps but
clothed with SpIrit % east IcBkeo Jake
of God Holy power
the fining has to be good too!
i tile Church of God has his au- H teaspoon salt
THE BIG SWING TODAY IS TO I thority. While some hare read too f Chifion pies should be light and 1 teat oaa grated keen .w

amen iotoTene n, otters bare read I downy, sever tough. Never use too 4 egg whiles

the real that God I ranch of a thickening agent in fruit
out of it authority
berry or C'NmMs. These should Add gelatin to cold .w oust lit

.- It'* the great tobacco that pleases { has given. read ( 20). I f I ,be firm enough to stand up easily stand $ minutes. Separate fps Mai I

both kinds of smokers. Little wonder that we glad v.when <: when sliced hot they should neverbe beat yolks m top part of du3iia... ;
A "Then were th* disciple I ... Add sugar lemon juk. salt aad I
It's Prince Albert..the t Lord." had reason
world's they saw the They grated nad. Mix weDL' Cook f
i If make pies often. have on
for real Joy! you I
largest-ielHng tobacco! l I bet water until mixture ceate thespoon.
t e 0 hand a jar of homemade pastry mix
DecMer tad Glad :
1. H. A OMVtareel Add gelatin asd stir.aw.sL
I Testimony (JD:"{ .). j such as this: CooL

Thomas made the serious error of 1 Pastry Mix. Beat egg whites until stiff bat sat

being absent from the gathering of 7 sups sifted her dry and add fe iup more of safar.

the disciples when the Lord Jesus : 4 teaspeeu salt Fold mixture !into beaten egg whites

stood in their midst Let those who 1,f to 2 cups lard and turn into a baked pie ..... do

commonly absent themselves from thoroughly Ccat with merioe or
: Combine flour and salt Cut lard
the place and hour of worship take I whipped cream.
into flour mixture until crumbs at.
feed test they miss a Messing, and I If s not always necessary te bake
about the sae of peas. Store fa covered
eomistg later add nothing to the sptrttaal container in refrigerator and a pie te order to serve jostqr.

life of the church, but rather There's a banana puff dessert that
desired. (Do not add water
use as
k become tremblers and doubters. can be. very pooular if you enjoy
ontol to and then add
ready use. just
But God graciously turns the doubt I this fru. ari 1i's tc,pe3 o3 witha
j enough to hold together.)
of Thomas into a means of Messing J Jj I rilegiy: !: deL.;.cu3 sauce.

to aD of us who since then have read j Fresh Strawberry Pie. :

of ms experience Thomas was an
hanest doubter God is always readyto 1 baked 9-iaefa pie UB Y
1 strawberries i
meet such with satisfactory proof.

The' trouble is that there are so many 1 cap sugar I

in the world who use professed : 3 tablespoons cornstarch
I Dish of salt Ij
doubts to cover a life of sin.. I
.. SweetenedTbipped Cream j
t Doubt may come to any man. In !

I itJe1f. is no sin. But to cherish it Crush half the berries a::d t:**-Ig

I and bold to it in unbelief-that is a I to boiling point. Stir in sugar c- n-

I different matter. One wise spiritual bated with cornstarrar.d salt,

leader rightly counseled his people. I Cook stirring: constant um.: th.Jcened. -

I "Bebeve your beliefs and doubt your j Spread other half of berries

I' doubts. Never make the mistake of into baked pie shell and po.r f-t

doubting your beliefs or believing I cooked' bemes over them Coo. ten:

: your doubts." I top with cream and serve

When doubting Thomas saw the
Peen Pie.f .
I Lord his questions changed at once .

to strong convictions; and assured 3 |., beaten

ctestimcDy! to his bled 1 cap Bf&t brewn sear Mix sparingly when making pas

r 1 cap dirk corn syrup try and don't get too ambitions This

HI. A R9t.tt4 Btoeia4e as* Gad 1 tablespoon Sear applies also to rolling dough whisk

Servfce (J1:15-17). 1 tablespoon melted butter should be done hi outward directions I

After meeting Jesus on the first 1 teaspoon vanilla with very little pressure oa the roQtng -
"Pmcx: ALBCJCT be been fay HAMT MILLS *aw P.A. lathe H
bread for 26 ream' ..ys isle brand for mildnex, aU Easter morning, Peter had been ass cop pecans pm.

L. Herdie. ..,..A. 11 lra"riFt- And Pnare Albert aakvt Fared of foifuejiejs far his denial ;, Place aQ ingredients except pecans

tastac ti*.ico: -*o slid Iud a sal bty tasty o -tta. Flit of I at the Lord aDd had been taken beck into a bowl and mix thoroughly.Pour Banana Pd.

CM! inking And that crimp: fine flavor -the kind that's a I Into fellowship and service with bilL into an tn1 Allow on. banana for such itrvfcj. -

art future make it pack better JOT to smokes P A. spun 19 I ... baked pa. sheH Roll peeled banana in RId
fat rnjr pipe,bur a better! Y... fast and neat every tune. It's But then something seemed ta I
and place and cfrr.a7nca and roll In rich pit
of, P.A. i a a reel joy emokeT a greet cigarette t, ;>ec.o": hare CODe astray, fore find thai pecanscarefully
I ever the crust Bake ia a hat (45.degree
YV ny
Peter aid the others had returned :--...
top. Bake in a ) oven fat 19 tributes Serve
to their old life as fishermen. They -..
I : ) Sot (450-degree) with tin faHysrag; siaett
seem to have lost their vision ci
oven fsr W minutes
L.o.a.c. e ;I had become discouraged<< V I then contina Lemon Sanes.
But the Lord had not forgottenthem.
9 43astgM s.ar+s ...s1ea K L CoPrttoM t He appeared and told them ue bas.:.g .n a slow (m-den..) H cap sugar
,u. t.Boas',a OU our even L_r 30 minutes or longer uct3piling 1 tablespoon Soar
where to catch fish and tbme H salt
shakes Ute gelatin. te&tpooa
i have the lovely scene around the fire
: Here's a heavenly pie that deserves 1 cup balling water er piaeappls
; as they breakfasted HbH'.
its nL ne. Its crust is not the juice
PRINCE 7A" There it was that the Lord met Jutes and rind of H
; regulation type made cf flour and grated
Peter and as he had denied Christ
1 !+ shortening, but rather a rzsrirgus.
thrice he is asked to thrice declare
1 frotttr
j The fUme is a delightful combz&a- tablespoon
1 his devotion to him. bon of lemon and eggs cads light 2 tablespoons raisins If desired
The man who thus declared hareaiKess I i
ALBERT .: to serve Chest to the enc i aDd fluffy with whipped cream and Cook ngar, for, salt andover E..' uli
skilled thoroughly before 1In7. Adi
had many an opportunity to p rove I ; hot water far 19 rntnnUs

the smcenty of that profession. E e; ; Use it far your next party. lemon, batter and rtlstr.s. sun

i met persecution and mp.rlsoImenjI I Lem a Angel Pie. hot.
-The Rational ik $moT aL ThU Is also delicious larval Z
y 1 but to every effort a! man to dose u.uc9
his mouth or to change his wine: 14 caps graaalated sugar over baked and staaaied puddiags. a

:, be had the simple reply of absohIobedience [ i* teaspoon cream of tartar .......w W'.....P.vgUw Zaire.

I L :iii.< : T to tii. Lord. -- --- -

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GLADES COUNTY.J I we see.fa marked on some calendars' Benefit Supper At castings. highway robbery I ever: ja'.tato _

and the school kids are getting a Final completion of the lock and was when a filling station operator

DEMOCRAT holiday on.Good Friday and Easter Clubhouse WednesdayBy dam 'structl re located & milesin' -" got slugged and robbed of a Jew

MOORE HAfi Ea. FLORIDA Monday. If this Monday has some land from Stuart, Fla., on the St dollars.' *
special significance in the Easter Methodist LadiesA Lucie Canal, was suspended at the A frantic call reporting a said

Entered as second-cla matter May season won't someone please tell beginning of the war due to shortages came from a hysterical woman who

I Haven. 127, Florida at the Postofflce under the at Act Moor of us? chicken pie supper to be prepared of material and labor CoL said she saw a girl in white leap

CO gTeaa of March I. 1SJ7.PablUhed by a committee of Methodist Teale said the work is scheduled to Into the river. We searched the
More new construction in town women headed by Mrs. Harry Foster begin before the end of July and neighborhood for about 30 mteates

Every Friday By with Ed Jordan beginning the first will be served next Wednesday should be completed about a year I I and finally found a It-year-old girl
of three duplex units on his recently had been white
what a
THE GLADE PRINTING CO, IBC. evening from 6:30 to 8:00 and later. in evening
CARR SETTLE P..II.... filled-in site on the highway everyone is invited to take advantage Cleary Bros. Construction Com- dreee, but it was covered with mad

near the conrthoMe. The Baptist of this opportunity to obtain pany. Palm Beach and Paul Smith Ii and torn. She had been to a dance
Church has already obtained ma- I with a boy friend and instead of
a delicious meal and at the same Construction Company of Miami I
SubacrIptlo Ratess
0.e Tr r ___ __ tw: I terials for construction of new Sunday time help in a worthy cause. { were the two other bidden on this I taking her home had driven to a
School rooms to start very soon the river. Scared
81* M....* _________.___ tl":= I will be I The menu will consist of baked > project. lonely spot on ,
and the REA power plant she had leaped from his car and
ham, baked beans cole slaw beets j
underway very soon. Junior I started running along the river bank.

ton has finished pouring the Nor-I pie coffee with and whipped tea. The cream price hot will rolls.be ....-,...-<...--<............... ..,... ..... ......""..(_....., I She got away from him all right
for his new building and the : but her high-heel shoes didn't do
$1.25 a plate for adults. 75 cents
vEANDE'RJf'lGS will start up next week. This for school so well in the mud and undergrowth -
children and fifty I
By Carr Settle pre-fabricated proposition. and will c cents for children age of pre-school age. Too Late To Classify I and she had fallen flat oa
go together very rapidly.Complaints
I Funds raised from the supper her face which accounted for her
will go to provide new windows for I Br RUSSELL KAY appearance when we found her The
Since Moore Haven folks already this week from residents reported the case lived
are who
pretty steady church-goers it of the area east of town j, he invited.church. Everyone is cordially +=......:..:.:..:--.x..:..:":":,;":":":":";..:.;. about woman half a block from the river

to reasonable to assume that the about the city garbage dump and t and had seen the girl running along

services at the various churches. Itwent floods with every heavy rain and I' Methodist Church fore radio when I had an eveningto disappeared when she fell in the
here rather than take a chance on getting -, spare and craved" excitement. I
be the fashion parade Special Easter ServicesThe mud and the excited observer
that It is in most places since the stuck the garbage is dumped used to drop by the police department thought she had leaped in the river,
.aferity of us are pretty lucky U too close to the road. Not all of I and ride around with the boy and called the police.

we can get our one suit cleaned this. in fact very little is done by Methodist Church extends a on trouble expeditions.
this is leading to
But all up my
and ready for the occasion. Someof the city track but since the city cordial invitation to all to attendits They were always glad to take a I of last night.
the ladies will have new Easter established the damping area they I' Easter services. The Church newspaper guy with 'em and I gota experience Having
frocks and bonnets and maybe a mast accept the responsibility. To I School is presenting. a special pro- kick out of it. Most of the calls reached the age where a comfor-
at home
few men will have a new necktiefor avoid this the city commission has gram at 19:". The children of we answered were routine.Somebody table davenport is more
the parade but here style isn't' decided to establish dumping* the church, who are putting this was drank and disorderly hereor inviting than a rough in a

too Important and we get along ground on its own property in the on. urge you to come. it would be a brawl there. Au- squad car, I removed my shoes

beautifully Just wearing what we extreme southwestern corner of the Regular morning worship will be tomobile wrecks were always good curled turned on up the under radio an for afghan an evening aDd

can find. townsite and as soon as machinerycan at 11:.e. The minister's themeis for a half dozen runs during the .
be obtained to make a road- of rest and qu&.t.For
It is true that a lot of folks go "The Message of Easter." The night.
to cbvrch on Easter who never go way down the spoilbank of LateralA choir has prepared a special Easter Now and then it would be a cut three solid hours crime ran
this new dump will be put into rampant. Without so much as
any other Sunday in the year andif anthem. ting scrape in the negro quarter,
Later it is that it comfortable couch I
use. on hoped leaving my
there are any of those In Moore but it was seldom that any serious
will be possible to construct an In- participated in the capture of a
Haven I feel sure that if they have Hendry damage was done About half of
cinerator on this site to get rid of Corporation 1 dope ring. a bank robbery eight
net previously heard one of the fine the calls were duds. I never wasp;
the garbage problem. murders three assaults with intent,
young ministers at one of the lo- Awarded Contract around when a murder had been
eat churches that they will be eas- committed and the nearest thing to, (Continued on Page 8)

ily influenced to attend church Retired O.E.S. Officers ______nn _
A contract has Just been awarded ,
mere regularly in the future. L -- --
Honored At MeetingThe to the Hendry Corporation of _.
All three of the churches will
Rattlesnake. Fla.. for providing
get together Sunday morning for
the,sunrise service In the park and first meeting of Moore Haven eight large steel gates. St. Lucie

at the regular service hours all will Naomi Chapter Dull No. 116, O. E. S, with andJ. Corps Lock and of Engineers Dam, the announced Office of the to- Thanks! !

have their own special program as WortbyMatron -
We Methodists had a little too much K. Rogers as Worthy Patron and day.Col. I
to crowd into the usual Sunday the new officers in charge was held Willis E. Teale, District En-]

morning service so our preacher on Tuesday evening April 1, with gineer, said the Hendry Corporation I I take this means of thanking all who
Scotty Bozeman, started things of f 50 members present. bid of $127.379. lowest of three bids I

with a candlelight communion serv The Junior Past Patron, Mary received, was awarded the contractfor contributed to my election as State Senator.

ice Thursday evening, a most im Etherton and Junior Past Patron, furnishing and Installing one
auxiliary lock gate and seven tain- The victory is indeed gratifying but more '
pressive service and well attended M. C. Keen, were honored In a ,

Now we'll lot of In courtesy Mrs. Eiherton being conducted tor gates, totaling approximately' .
see a you 200 tons of fabricated steel and, appreciated are the friends who make it
church by Renee Lanier on an "Easter -
Sunday morning. You o .
g ':;; ;:
to your church and I'll go to mine egg hunt" all around the Chapter t possible.For.
room. Each egg was presented
'to her with a. wish'for her happi

Officials of the Tropical Sugars: ,'ness. She received a gift concealed DRUM LOTS those who did not support me, I
Inc., are due to arrive in Moore Haven in
a large yellow plastic egg, an
today, or at least such was Intlmated evening bag and handkerchief. Mr. High Protein hold no ill will. The God-given right to
by a telegram received
Keen was taken on a simulated fishing -
yesterday by J. E. Frierson."hat trip by Naomi Rogers suitably Cane Blackstrap vote for whom we please is what makes our
they: will tell us upon their arrival dressed as a fishing guide. Each

is anjbody'8' guess but it does make cookie In the shape of a fish, was MOLASSESUnited Americanism click.JEFF '" :
us'"feel a lot better to have them "caught" with a wish for his good I

appear on the scene again after so fortune also. He was given a gold

many weeks' absence.Mr. knife, concealed inside a "fish" States SugarCorporation I FLAKE

Frierson was in contact with covered with foil, looking very life-
their Louisiana office by phone
yesterday and told that like.The I
was they gifts were presented on be- CLKWISTOX. FLORID
were on their way to Miami. mak- .
half of their 1946 officers, for their -
in New > --
ing steps Orleans and Savannah 16 months' service as presiding officers -
and it is understood that of the Chapter.

A. C. L. officials have been snmlaofied Past Matrons and Past Patrons
to meet with them in Miami -
were also introduced and given a
in regard to the constructionof courtesy by Myrtle McLeod in which
spar tracks to the mill site As she presented remembrances from TheCUT

announced by them three weeks the Worthy Matron and Worth Patron I

ago, they are also planning to which were rolled to represent
tlartfr a few points in the title 'to diplomas because they had "grad-
the land at the proposed mill site uated" from the East.
wbBe in Miami.
Mrs. Sarah Emily Bozeman was
one way and another that a lot off elected to membership by affliation..

.fta were getting pretty blue aboat Cookies and coffee were served
tltt mill prospects. Their coming following the meeting. LIQUOR STOREIs

UHf.indicates that the Ways have An interesting program is Plan-I

been "iaaTeMable ones MM! that ned for the meeting of April 1". .
everything is moving along as raps -
which will be intraetive and at th
., at possible toward the estab- same time, 1a1lDtO...... J. K. Roy Is: Now
11s.neat of the mfll.
ere will act as Master of Ceremonies. -

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we've been wandering through this the Forest Service" which port..d I

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, '. APRIL 4, 1947
m irvca r\r
ron P4.G& PIn
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,0. II D DO I D DO I CD D D DUD' at e e U I ceo" I D I II I D.I Fred A Flanders Jr., were boi- and canapes were served i great-grandmother.: :. era Anna Far-

i teases at a deseert-brMfe Wednesday Those attending were Mn L E. cam. -May God Mess ererf *ae ef
afternoon at the Flankers heme Scott Mrs, W. S. Bozeman. Mrs. you.
on the r. S. Lock reerratioaMn Caroline Bales. Mn, H. L Rbtasoa. Mrs. Ida Hawe
i I PERSONAL and SOCIETY --I E H. Boykw wu wiaaer of Mrs Lflttan Goyette Mrs. J. Mn. L. J. Paper
! the hi** score prise art Mn C. C H. Diltey. bliss Emily Cease Mrs. Mrs. Wilma Lease
Klutu was gives ire ceaaolatieaprue Jails i Bnrd tte, Mrs. C. H. Settfe* L E. Farnam
L. I Other playiag were MnR >i Mn DC. Gorman Mn D. C.I '" Mrs. Emma Fftntaat
I ............. . OJJ'-AJLA.- . . ; A. WUlianw Mn D. M. DraafkaMn Mitchell Mn E.-iM. X.... O K.Mitelte art FamittesWJHTtJi .
S0 34J0 a'ri : J. M. Cease Mn Carr Set t: Mrs. Harry Foster Mn J.I
I ii and Mn L UHy were hv Dr. d Mn T.
W. Weeks sad Ue Mn W. B. irty, Mn V'. Gram. W.I \dkins art Miss Boaldin D\ BORN
on Monday Mariaa Aaa of Port Myen spent Miss BertH .
Grant, Mn H CCeeaaa I
Stanley w.,... Jr. Miami Ute ek-ead lee with Us par- Mrs. R. D Lyons, Mrs. : K.EI'Yl! T M'b"'n': HOLIo, I Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lana of
peat the week ert with MB par- eats Mr. sad Mrs T W Weeks Evelya Lyoas. Mrs. Floreaee RyaaMn (! >OO.L MfcHTINfi MOM>.\\ Qomwy annonnce the arrival of a

eats. _n. Date? T der sad Billy J. H DUley art Mn Frances I baby fl weighing nine peal at
, Brooks sad Mrs. at. 1. BaaaicardaeracoMBaaaied Hardy Members of the Baptist Woman a Quay hospital Wednesday ..rteneea. -
,i Mrs D. C. Gamer Wont Palm taea home to spead A delicious dessert coarse was ; Missionary Society and their husbands April S. Mn Label Is the
Beach to six-adiag a few days this the week.... served b> the hostesses piveediagptay met Monday night for a fIO- former Mina Nanda Adl lea ef Mmnre
I week with Mr and Mrs. Ray ToderMr : eta meeting art covered: dish sapper ..... "'
John Brown left Satarday for' on the lawn of tIRe pastors
and Mrs J. A. Lee art fam- Ver Bench who ke mm irnmtui u-.r L....TtI DIOna home I' Wartime payments of special
ily were rkaton SartayGlade ia Bathe a nasatien. Mn Brawn art cfcftdren VI CMOJft GWHT tttr.-ti\ t joying tae mmman were Mrs. benefits to augment sarvwe nay of
I flrhraley DIIdl".n Cerp .Liar omnioyees -
aeromaaated him art ret>@aatd Joss Brown art ckUdrea, Mr and
Snrtay.Mm Members of the Baptist jailor Mrs. Fred Jenkins. Mr. and Mn L. t m the armed ianee lalaU
. Mn Mack Greene.. Mrs J. 0 choir were entertained following M LiU)'. Mr art _ra. Mack GreeneMm. nearly $.,...,..., the comnony re-
Greene were ta IWt.e ibrtyday. Evelyn Lyons, a student at rehearsal Tee day night witk a J. O Greene. Mn J. :S. Will-1 peel .
. Aekley Hall Ckarteatea S. C.. arrived rabbit harbecne at UtE home of the iackam Mn J. C. Swindall Mrs
t yesterday to spend the Easterkottdays : pastor. Rev John Moore. Baker Mrs. H. Ethertoc Mr. Riley The Third Army eaptared the entire -
. Artkar Barren was a baiaeaa with ker parents, Mr art The rabbits had Mea killed by art Rev. art Mn John Moore I" gold art currency reserve of
t Tiattor in Went Patearday Beack Set- ... R. D. ...... the boys ia the group daring the the German Reich in a salt ndnenear
.. )Merken Germany, early in
i we. art were deliciously barbecued CARD OFIn TH.n
Bill TiUen wag a vietter here ever sad served with swamp cabbage ; 1 45.
Mr art Mn R. B. Howdy of the week-ert from ,...... His pickles and all of the other necessary sincere appreciation of thei
Been Glands ware vmttan ken fatker Peter TUden, who has hnaniQ items for a real picnic feast. i many* kindly words. deeds and I nut .\ -Pre-war youth bed with
1lisisy MIl w.......,.. at kk boast. retnmef hems with Attending were: Margie Crum.I j beautiful floral offerings in the loss j i two mattresses Good condition.
Ida tar a few wseks.Misaes Jostle Brannaa Joy Summers. Ann of our mother, grandmother andI Mrs John Brown. lUI :..
*er. sad ... W S. Bsaemas sad i Henley. Wanda Howdeshell Peggy I L _nnnnnnnnn_
.... Frances limy were is Miami Ireae Soott Wads YodcrPkrBJa Stella Rev. and Mn Moore. Mr
os ....... i Ktkcrtoa: art Marta Dowd, art _ra. R. T. Ahem Marion I
I an atrteats at 8tetaoa ralrenttyDeLart Vowell Arthur Womack. Bill
Tam GlUoek toft Wednesday toward Ia arrrred Wedaesday to JIu eoy. Jon Mack Braaaaa Jimm GENERAL ELECTRIC
a Sew wus to DauTOali.Mr .:. apart the Easter holidays Cram Jimmy Doa Wi eon. Doyle I
Isaacs. Q budaacs art Rupert BalL Baby Bowen and
Ctarte Cox a stadeat at Statues BiUy Rols -. APPLIANCES AND SERVICE

art Mn. Fred Jenkins spent: Uaiveratty. arrrred tile lint of the
the 1F.. .d with ratattroi to, week to spead the Easter aottda \\' (v, MIETs ww'i D\\ I MAYTAG
PrsMpaeof sat Lake Wain.Mrs. with ais pre ta, *r. art Mrs.: J. MGHT \T EWUS HOME
B. Cox.

Thomas Sullivan art Herbert The Woman s Society of Christian I APPLIANCES AND SERVICE
Click wen bnsiness Yl ton in Mn. Jobs Brown sad children Service of the Methodist Church met
Went Pate Bsn o Tuesday ad W.... NeMa. Phytlls sad ErieH.wadtren Wednesday night at the home of General Electrical Contracting
vMtad Saaday with Mn E P. Ewing with Miss Myrtle
.... Mn A. O HowdeakeJl la the Arcadia Boaldin aad Mn Della Rash asboetaees. !
C. C. JQntts: art Mn R A. Complete Line Fluorescent Fixtures
WBBiTM were Tisnten In Part 24e.Tusoisy. Hospital .

Vise Boaldia was in charge oi
MM Betty Dowd arrtred yester- the devotional service after which Moore Haven Appliance Co.
day from TallakaMee wkctc she jcattertiac
Mr tad Mn. a brief batass session was held
Dong Clark of
Florida State fWerra
CoOege a
E. C. Byrdonoieza&L.
: Wanly wet the weekend with to disease tile riectioa Shoe and
to sped the Easter: kott-
Mri Oftft'e ........ Mn GfeojwUff days. with her pareats. Mr art a ekarek dinner Wag planned foi
...... seat Wednesday evening Ponrt
Mn A. C. Dowdt
W L. Bellamy. :Mrs. P..E. P. B of Arlia Ta n nnmmm
-- Bailey an, toa, .
IAn-d. Mt i Ueyt Sammen art peat the slant Taisday at tie J m.
I Larry"a'!ffe vfsfianda Fort MyenMc Msspe H*... H*|.L He is aria ,
ayMr rtsoatsthre of NA War* As ese AdaUaJstraUoa 1
k re't MMe tile Meof i
I aod M.... Carr Settle 3ae sad Riddle FJeW >rMf'art 1 ;
f Sandra, )!.r.f. Julia Bordette Hid C. .
' .
' H::-Settle spent Sertay wtth relat MtnLi W. Bate of r
r. te Saraseta.Mn. .
JaffesoaTfTJe spat last w-Mt at the _
gnats of his stater Mrs. Caroline
Wm Hedfck art daaghten Bales. They stopped oa their war !
of Inverness are ken for a week home Saturday to ahead a Mrtkdai j
or two'a vie with her nareata }lr. diuer for Mrs. Barkes: brother !I
art _n. J W Adkia Mr Parkenoa. ia Okeeckokee '

Mn 1_ W. Attias and Mn T. Mr. aDd Mn D. L. Leaee M. ?
W Weeks were -visitors in Tampa and Mnrvak Dowd art T!
and In\f.rL. fur ..,.'.,-;-:,: d.last I Charles Dowd of Miami came her
week : :0st: Friday to attend the taaera'
--<.i :f for Mrs. Aaaa Faraaai ac,
n ,,:nfd to wad the weeaeinlHH t
'" :atIVe LiL gtc

(.Alt\F.T: tATT {"lj( ftH\YK I

f: D Gaatt homered he -"e. I
airhter! Oarmet I am. ....j.h : di
:d\ party Taoaday. the 0'-
,ring Garaet feartk hurt i

\, (,anU.was assisted ta enter
\ tF.R ;-
.." a ., r c the little oaes by Mrs Tttnt
"]) i r.nl vr Jo Lee
) and Mona
tin': !gym. t:. .:: 1 \i Easter egg heat was eajoxd
Nt a. .iI,.: ,,t cream art cake were armed I
S I to those present who were l. .m !
TtHfOod. \rril R-! Hard Renle Hedick. San Yes-- 9i
Oon- 'I fey lane >an De Verde IJSIT i i
': .H.raer Volt h Red :'kf'to
i, jeaaiae Coekraa Totamieand
Cartoon : Judy Woodward Mary Lyan .
: Kteru Pat Bowrer' Sty: "... era .. .. ,... c.l
Fri & Sat April 11-1: ..'-: }:wjf and Frankie Sellers aad ,
; Linda Lee I.

John 'W"Y1J I t!i MR". FLAMHtR. K.Y' IIW.u..1\ Illifl c/ I

'BlIP H.URlI\\; : ,\,. WITH W4..r3KT.aja u.GII *; e it hOtl (a'Jlrk/lllv.t

- Fred A. Flaaden sad Mn --.....:,..

To dip a spas sees .. aiR Lady BorCe let Create is inYo ;- ...
deN im eotpITIe e.
-em e at once the true, fall-rich fhvor of the good things

Get the Habit of Shopping at v ida "are in it. ..r:2" -.-. 1

I Yoni enjoy tfc e richness of thick goldem cream the fresh
deuB : te of choice fruits and flavors.
The In Every ingredient in tbe exclusive Lady Borden recipe k ape-
dally selected, expertly tested anal Weeded with ennaiimnutcririD 11-
'FamiU I Fort by the moat accozap&tited ice cream makers In America. '

Dept. Hven, There a difference you can tatte There's a ....tHeM rJnat's
akjeer delight. Lady Borden Ice Cream is a Had for lovers of fine '--

Store" Fla. hat Natvrally, it cost a httte taor e. ...

i Lady Borden Ice Cream cotes -

to yon.lralt as h' Reveal reedy to p2"

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More I &dftp oat of its package.dortiuctfre YonfD Brmniljcotered fiB- < ll t :6/c.nkJl r t'C P1J JJt ,.

. BCT FROM tWit CT.l.OOFft' 1......la harp I I k festered at Borden'i Ice OreneceoJers C"
*. 'cIIJora Golden poon.s1r'RIQAT

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r&L1Th. Woman's World (liJLL 9L SoNE ?

/"\ of the hardest things

Truman Draws Battle-Lines Gay Spring Coats for Children pleased to affect surprise is an ejaculationof upon unwrapping -

a bridge prize.

Are Easy to Make from Old Wool .
Against Red ExpansionismBy As the twig is bent so is the
small boy inclined to shoot out

I the back way.S .
iBij C.rtta JJatctj
BAUKIIAGE We heard of a desperatehouse
Nw A+dytt faJ Comirumtjler hunter who bought 50
MOST mothers are acutely pounds of chains moved into
WNU Service, 1616 Eye Street N. W., of the party, Eugene Dennis. I that their youngsters Sunbonnet Suet an abandoned house and
Washington D. C. What are the Communists afterl I I are growing by leaps and bounds, frightened the ghosts away.
WASHINGTON. When Harry The new Kiplinger magazine, pub I and last spring's coats are woefully .
/Truman enunciated what the Wall lished in Washington says in itj .I unprepared to cope with this year's Talking over the heads of
Street Journal, a March issue: sizes. If the clothing budget doesn't people is excusable if o edoesn't
"As spelled out in their owl permit buying material for new
:periodical care whether the people -
'given to poetic 11eentiousness- r words, American Communists have : coats, then mother had best look to are listening or not.
I three major alms in the United her old pieces of wool for available
called "Democ States: The revolutionary over : material
a. throw of capitalism and the capitalist be
racy's Monroe Grownups' clothing can easily
Doctrine he state a Soviet form of government converted into something useful for Simple Stitehery forYourKitchenLinens
probably didn't under a dictatorship of tht the youngsters, but this will take
realize the n.ultifarious proletariat,' and finally, the Communist some care and attention. It's n:>t
effects: heaven-on-earth, a collectlv- merely a matter of cutting the coat
thereof.At 1st economy leading to a classless down, but rather of ripping it apart
this writing society. completely, and oftentimes dF' g
neither j "Of the three aims, their first U it into an attractive color for U.- t
the country revolution. Not merely change but youngster.
has quite recovered M full-fledged revolution, planned, lei Children are too young and gay t
from the and controlled by the disciplined by nature to be clothed in somber-
Impact of those Communist minority. 'The liberation colored things, so try to make even i
Baukhage I
words read with of the working class from the renovated clothes attractive A

the matter-of-fact, ur.dramatlc un- yoke of capitalism cannot be ef. young mother I knew recently f
oratorical cracker-barrel diction ofa fected by slow changes, .reforms, made use of her ex-navy husband's
xnatter-cf-fact, undramatic, unor- but only by revolution.' "blues" by converting them into "
atorical, cracker-barrel man. When (Editor Kiplinger says if you want spring coats for her two youngsters.
I heard the President read them chapter and verse for his authorityfor On the little girl's coat she added a },
standing there, calm and confident, the above statement write tc I crisp touch with a white pique
at the lectern of the reading clerkon him at 1729 G Street N. W., Wash collar; and on the little boy's coat, &
the house rostrum, looking up ington 6, D. C., and he will send she sewed some miniature navy insignia -
from the text only occasionally with them to you.) on the sleeves. Both youngsters :
that bird-like tilt of his head, as the It is not likely, however, that the I; are delighted with these additions .
television cameras purred gently party will be banned by law. Not because I, to the wardcobe.. f
from the opposite gallery, I felt a congress loves the Commu This only goes to prove that even I
fittl* worried. The cabinet members nists. But even that ardently anti-red a navy blue shade can b. lightened This little lady Is all ready for
,Mated In the well, the senators in group, the committee on un-Ameri effectively with little crisp or bright the sun and beach with this can-
Jh' first rows of seats, the house can activities, doesn't approve of I; touches which take only a few minutes suit and bonnet outfit made at
members crowded into rows behind wiping out the party. An anonymous \ to apply. home. Gathering in bloomer
th.m-aU seemed almost glum. I member of the committee recently !! If you have pastel coats of your fullness is no problem if you use
didn't realize the solemnity of the pointed out that if the party was wn (or even suits) that nave faded. I the gathering foot attachment fer
message which bald them in a restrained broken up, it would simply go underground the sewing machine, according to
silence. Only thrice was where its devious ways DI dfrectfeas by local sewing crater
there applause after he began to would be harder to follow.A experts.
peak Before and after there was worm on the surface is worth
plenty and it was evenly balanced, two dozen underneath the soil, ai I easier for yourself, and work
it was bi-partisan, not weighted any early FBI bird will testify. quickly if you would avoid a trying i
heavily on the side of the administration S time.
party as it usually is when a I 1Use Children's clothes are primarily I
President speaks. Life Insurance simple but they may contain one or
When the speech was over it was Increases in U. S. < two little details to make them look
the same. The senators left in silence even more attractive.
the average, there were ovej I I
; there was little or no com ;
ment. As Senator Lodge said whena in 4 I life insurance policies per family f9 Stn..t-u.e.a Cents \f1
the United States at the end oi
Easiest to
radio man plucked at his sleeve Adjust
for kitchen and
it revealed I
194-5. Is In a by life
and asked if he would submit to an insurance companies. In survey amount ol :' I Coats which have simple straight 1 breakfast: linens Done in two
Interview "I can't think THAT life insurance owned, the lines-those of a boxy style for j shades of one color 5-to-the-mch
fast," Even the fast and sound average I example-are preferred by many cross-stitch looks like
per family was $4,000 at mid-year old u'oohin for ntMg gingham ap-
thinkers wanted time to think lei- 1945. The mothers because they are easy to : plique.
average protectionper
surely and deeply. family was more than 20 pin to dye them into bright colors adjust from time to time for length. < .
Since that day thousands of words cent larger than that of 1940 and was per i which are particularly attractive on Children do not get broad as fast as | (T1wt ftmpte. india ttttehen mate brtckt Pattern cad Usctoatta OT has-
have, been spoken and printed in 2% times the 1920 protection aver the younger set. they grow in height, so have plenty transfer of ;I* motifc troet 1% by S toby
thousands of cities all over the age. The 1945 Don't become so beset with your of hem to let down as time goes by. '! Foil 1 It inches
average per familyof
world, about that message which life insurance owned was nearly cleaning and laundering problemsthat Double-breasted coats for both'' Sewini lade XccaVcra Bq*.
covers a little more than four and ajhalf equal to the 1943 average income per you shy away from gay, girls and boys are popular too, because M4 W. Rudolf 9L meat* M. ..
, pages, typewritten (on both family, the average per family ol bright things for the children. We these follow simple, straight i! Enclose 31 cents for pattern.
sides of the sheet since wartime national Income in 1945 being $4,300. don't want the youngsters to look lines and look good on the young No
economy still is practiced at the In[ 1920 the average protection par like miniature wise old owls even if I sters. Having no belt there is no NameAddress
White House). In many odd corners family was nearly 50 per cent below we have a little more cleaning to belt line to be a problem when '
of the bazaars and market places the average of national Income pet do. lengthening the coat. '
:those words crackled like tiny electric family. This gap was narrowed In II Tailoring is easy on these small '
sparks. the ensuing years, until In 1927 the Fitting is ImportantFor clothes because there is not as \I

And everywhere thoughtful, Intelligent protection average exceeded the in- Children much to do as on a larger garment
people in foreign countries- come average. In the years of depression I've emphasized this point before
:those who had always looked upon that followed, the protection but I'd like to mention it agate.Kcver .
jAmerica! as a nation whose political average went as high as 2H make things too large for the
and cultural outlook was most sym times the income average. In 1943, i children thinking they.will grow
!pathetic to their political and cultural as wartime incomes expanded, the i i Into them. Little girls will look like
outlook, but whose economic Income average again topped the | dolls if they are dressed in short
theories pointed further to the right protection average. I I perky dresses and coats, and littlei
/than their own socialistic leanings- i I II i I boys look all the more masculine if
'pondered. These were people to their clothes are of a proper lengthnot
whom Soviet Russia was primitive, an Inch or two too long.
harsh, cruel in its methods. Nevertheless I Vanishing Cram I ;, Of course you may make large i
Russia's economic theories i hems on coats and such so they will I Io
,differed less from their own than last longer, but the point is, don't Fresh Apple in Bran
did the economic theories of the 1 make them long to begin with. If
United States whose civilized, i, you do so, the child will dislike the I Muffins! Wonderful!
friendly and humane characteristics i garment so thoroughly by the time Sprig ttait for youngittn.

attracted them. They found that : he really fits into it, that he will Use basting generously, particularly :i mn THEM m in no Time
ithey must choose. They must say to : refuse to put it on unless there's a I when applying the aleeves to I Crunchy, toasted All-Bran
,Russia or America: "Whither tboueoest and fresh apple dreamy
major battle time insiston
i every you the armholes and press and fit carefully -
I will go; and where thou his wearing the garment. I after this is done to make j 2 UHeepooos 1 cup& ;'a
j ihortening ABBranti
Sodgest, I will lodge; thy people s to make brief
Try fittings as as I certain the garment will give com- cap sugar Jt cup maxI
shaD!' be my people; and thy ways possible, as it becomes tiresome for egg 1 eapettted floor
shall be mine." the little folk to stand still for a fort.The edges of the collar and lining ,. cop grated 2% teatpoooa
Perhaps never before in history lengthy period. Have all your equipment may be taped. Interfacing helps in raw apple baabegpowder
% teaspoon salt
had a great nation so certainly I handy, set the children on a giving a tailored look if you have Blend shortening and Add
divided the sheep from the goats i stool or table to make the task planned pointed lapels on the coat. beat weO. Stir In apple sugar., XeII egg I,'*;
the friends from the enemies. The WHOOPING CRANE Baste the canvas to the coII (r.Youngsters' All-Bran, and tnfHr Let took trig
President's plan Is more than a coats do not have to molt moisture ft taken .p. Add

moral question. It involves more This illustration of a oop. Be Smart be lined' for warm weather wear but j BUr sated only dry until ingredients floor disappear to first mtx FIB Ire.
than abstract' principles of political t tag Crane was supposed to accompany I they do hang better when lined. U : greased muffin pan two-third ran
economy or social philosophy It I some remarks on that do not) line them, finish the ,, Bake In moderate oven (460 P.)
sets forth with shuddering about 30 minutes. Makes 12 muffins.
simplicity fast-disappearing species of with matching
edges by binding You'll want to make them often.
to the wavering nations of the American bird life that appeared tape rather than using the pinking .
world the warning that they : I Seed Nitrttwa.
must In this column recently. these
shears. Coats such as receive I
TM| AU-Bna fa
run with the hare or ride with the .' Unfortunately the picture, like too much wear to withstand I 1.d.. from tl. ; !
founds; they must have no other I'I most of the originals went much tossing around unless finished : I, LAYERSotBMit VITAL OUTER :
political god before Demos-the astray. Since that article appeared properly.If bit iirvt {
spirit of the people. Either majority !i two national magazines you want to make a little princess I daSy at anal Uf81N
rules in your house or your house is i published stories about this style coat for daughter win ------
ruled out of bounds.In magnificent ---- -- ---- -
I bird moose whoop need a little more work and tailor- !
other words cabinets and cabinet is becoming fainter and fainter ing than the straight line models
makers, premiers and proconsuls I every day. One article estimated but the attractive garment will re-
win no longer dance to the that only a hundred specimens pay every care. Select a pattern U.S.iMINGS
gremlin's tune if they expect Uncle were still alive and and fit it carefully before cutting ; .
Sam to pay the piper-or the whooping. The other article the woolen materialThe
butcher or the baker. placed the number at 29. Says linings of these coats shouldbe
e I the Fish and Wildlife service of sturdy as they win need to takea

Commit Aim the department of the interior Wear the flowers and discard lot of wear. A closely woven cotton i
which is conducting a surrey of I the hat, if that's your mood The and rayon fabric will give good
At Revolution these the tallest (man-size) and flowers, colorful as life and twiceas wearability provided it is sewed
Recently when Secretary of Labor mod beautiful et American Urge, are anchored to a wisp and fitted carefully to the coat. I BONDS
Schwellenbach urged that the Communist birds; "fewer than .." have
or Band of a brim-that's the All buttons should be sewed securely
party in America be banned been counted. They are La the lovely head-dress fashion that is and buttonholes must be Are Always A Good BuyN
by law it brought forth an emphatic coast region of southern Loots becoming more and more im- finished carefully so they win not I
protest from the secretary-general laaa and Texas twrtant. fray attar a few wearinzs.




I Civil R err

Like many young couples, thu i Georgia Gets New Governor;
made the I So serious Is the rebeHxn In Paraguay -
one mistake of bringing I.
J.mJor with them to the movies ; Swollen British that President Mormigc vas is.

Tie infant saw DO reason why he Rivers sum! a war decree to raobile:: the 1
I full of the Rebels
powers government
s:,ouid be quiet, but it seems thema.ager
now are **> *nf; large sect:_ns
of the theater did. Bring Misery Destruction
L .
)' the little Sooth American co' i
If you can't keep that .
., ::'y'. Government officiate state tra 1
; quiet, the whip
.ED rTdK 5 !'f'trho. I' *= revolt is Oommunist-inspred, Man About Tows:
fx.-ed harshly to the father "FFrave .. r t A '
1IIH' '" f.._. ,,. :-K. \ further charge that Corrrr_.
to ask you to take :your Broadway Confetti: Passing ai
ircrey back and leave" ; in neighboring Uruguay anda apartment the other day we heart

P-omptiy, the baby went tc ', are giving every assistance !some! music. It brought us up abort

<;iff p.The. '?ar ""--e rebels. It was beautiful. Here's the lowdown

movie went on and ear act gives the government : It won't be released unti
tuireccj ..
4r e : :o draft men. property and May. Watch it click. The name a
: tc be one of those interrnrabehoer ; .
esomf productions The husband ryyt,+ ', and to suspend any laws the ditty: "Rocfan Horse CowboT'words
:.-1 amble declares that it 'cs<
shd uneasily m his sea; ( and tune by Tony Stan

avid fina otidced his wife -. m accordance with "inter.f and Frank Capano), recorded by
For goodness sake" ", agreement signed by thifor Prankie Carle The vocamka is fef
defense of the contir 'ntr Marjorie Hughes Murray Whant's
::'c'.:ncd, "give Junior a purl- .
-t 1 subversive movements of a kiddie album, "It's run 7t

f '-i tan character" Eat," is a click: He win do sever*]

-:ling: to news from Brim!. albums taking an child problems

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT t' i' rgenta have won control r-fal' aff your headaches. Street

? Pa: aguayan side of the Para scene m Washington Square: Latter

r .,, an-Brazil border by captume 7-year-yoong Susan Greenberg {to

t: 2twits of Bela Vista, Pedro Jtar the early yawning), who has At

c a.:e!t> sod Captaa Bado.P honor of giving Fala his daily stro&

BUSINESS_ 8 M_ 'EST. OPPER, :-agueJ8D.aovenament reports
t t-at: some of the rebel forces
; .",
U PKOFITR aH efABieneaa
Fins those
: sv reverts
... s.
:-e..: r e:c nedi Uiresderc a( : cS ,'e deserted and surrendered -
_s on sight hoc Manry back c... leatug in Gr-
ti,.If-'ree s;rfe Q:tntn:\ d tmeat troops. There were u-
> that Jute
ym'd gather we
!.%.C. co.. Ua&ktaS. *.. BMkfstOrUUTE r y e s- rigs. dented by the go em- away
divested the Germans of evetyOkmg -
PROFITAaLF r t that some infantry arfci'r\
.AIL OKDEBt StlStKESS: bet )W9- itJerites. Reports
anaval units had refused ore -
Sp;erd.d ,, ,
opportunity For detail fiesst there indicate that nafaweaflbaa -
Gc, ta.as.deh. k. 152. .......1 w \_ *_:a to fight the rebels.
--- P ..-. al satire turn up ansx, e tedly in a Swigs Lenten parade again is on the rise. Weft

HELP WLVIED-MEN .i.. true ma. ;r eaJed e I:.f g..y from the Last, bears an un- ATOMIC ORE: va ean't blame 'em From the
WOMEN: .,. I we've been treating them
: ri t:/able rest a:; .uce tj Sl-un The drummers are supp ""td to way
TIOCSAHDS OF SCMMFR JOBS dcfitt: tLr So\iet conimusars and I I Rigid /fegiflatMMM they are bound to think THEY
:33. uonaulr summer resort hotels hated generals fci-rcbmg r..gjh-h d ever i
Expeneieed and inexperienced help small states Switzerland is the wee the war!
hid even year Be smart ret Your V* probably only southera Earopeaaceuotry In a move to safeguard the na
now There> to apply only SI P:>s. Girmm free eaeagfa for a public lampooauu 0: Russian leader The tion's supply of uranium and then
...... MI .... Ave_ XtosM Be.ek. FU parade attracted mach atteabea I The Stage Dew: Paulette Gd-
---- as it wound through the aocteBt um ores, the raw materials for atom
streets ef Basie.'GEORGIA bombs. the Atomic Energy commission lard twitted for exotic eveatei

HOME_ _FURNISHINGS i APTL1 tress (without hosiery), observed
: has issued a new and very stnc:
FOR K WE SCAB COMPLETE PACTS : BRITAIN code. Death is the penalty for ma- !the following afternoon asking
u Make Beautiful Table Lamp anyone : (and such ankles along: Vth aveans
oar, assemble only screwdnver reou!red. I I jor violations of the rigid regulations -
JOKKBTK CO -:sg E. ISta St.. New Tsefc Tcdnutdze Gutted Floods AW Peril which affect everyone handlingthe with more sensible covencg .
Leonora Corbett of the British: stags
{ Mdvin E. Thompson elected lieu Melting of the thick blanket of radio-active ores.
INSTRUCTION: I The code s a new Yankee Doodle Dandy. .
|: sets
tenant governor is rightful v e'i that up a licensing system -
gc snow brought great hardship to I' Not too many playgoers know it.

team BOOKKECPIAO........with count OloMrated m tea Book sass.Forma to. i nor of Georgia the: Br.ta:n has swoQen streams to flood ;;' licensed specifying the that no one, unless bat "The Importance of Being Ear.nut" *

by expert Bookkeeper OnH St postpaid. I state 5Upre-.e, sts,.e Many thousands of people to I I j by commission. can was dashed c2 by Oscu
t. CAtES Bax I "transfer from UnitedStates"
XMC. MU.C FU. or export the
-- ---- court has nof c 5 .. siutvcrr England are being forced ,
-- -- Wilde when he was happily marled. >
to 2. Herr'a- la:- .. t of their j any material that contains
: homes by rising waters i i'ers
and not alter his famouitumble
MISCELLANEOUSMawtt madge, : n f I- ," S :! as much as l-20th of one per cent
:;; :\ already have passed i of thorium. . Cark Gable toM r..
Mawtt Baja suitable Gene w has .. uranium or
new lJ rd high marks of 1884i '
tor campers scout school c ldrea. Sbe I I12x13 1 been I i After April 1. anyone not licensed porters he considered himself luckyto
actirg us ,_ ,kitchens setj
with comparvnenu aDd ihoHDer fcvemor : :: are being wind with $1,000 after a year
who obtains 10 of up
Sead or more
reaps sloe mStJO,
ne.tpatdv .r. sirce : .s..p. or and sass for n.ery. Oar. i raw uranium or thorium must report sf earning $6,000 weekly Lucky liright.
as Mercla..a. Bea: I. A..l5&o.. Ala. j i poi fitment ty t:.ei ,!t Adr prisoners and volunteers ,: it to the commission within 30 days. One columnist we knew (t'

i legislature was ce Z t) .:jruggung to save water purl-
draws sat asreaeaa. shrinks f. &aki almost twice that xnueh)
Use of uranium m ceramics i ;
... photographic
and heals......Ouarmatecd. 1 oz tube and I dared a u-pL. f .; stations, gas and electric |i
afjcjUeMor seat P.P SI: cod about SI JS. 1 I I : i! supplies and other industriali rinds up owing his heirs 10 tl-r I'
Wrtt BB\G 'S PLASTER CO !I Atty. Gen E- ? .. -its. and other essential services. what Gable ktf.pi.
i products is practically forbidden,
Mar .
Mttalfas 1 gene Cook ; as *n i t.S are sandbagging dikes and

: validated since no further supply cf the metal
rJ.l 1: ::s < : walls.
\1. E Midtown Mgnettei Oa ofdose
PERSONAL wIll be c.:_wed after Apia
: signed by Tai- Thompson 'It *s our worst disaster in 300 naive, gullible, midtown

# y-IOC Problems.TOO. CAN WeTl BE BAPPT Ad\tse TOIl Write Per tis madge during his :ti emirs." declares Miss Phoebe Cus- Oiercomes Handicap tuutuuli wig dun? told teat

..... Advice trod SI.f* with yarn letter brief and troubled tern T'hs :-"st :<.-. major of the Thames river town his Mr, was girlfig him the Old
"eKS rOCKMIEB Lafarette Lemlsiaaa. Important of this iegisL twn the
1 lS cf Ca\ersham Buzoo. "Sto'lI show you
white primary bill but i50 other
Snow still is hampering transp with your wa eyes, said a pal.
SEEDS PLANTS ETC. i measures also were declared void I
tation in five counties of northern They went to a movie theater

MPfER! \w lavratiea against tonatc by Cook England These win have and, sure enough there she was
>H ht. For many years I have been exsAns&tiac The 33-year-old son of the famous regions .
against tomato blinht I have I to cope with floods later. (necking like anything) la the
fsond tate remedyMy tomato crop ha "Old Gene" accepted the verdict of Bext-to4at row with a fella. .
been perfectly clear of blight for the UK the state's Agricultural losses are already
two years. when neijthbors and entire conmunity '. highest fur They watched the whole thing
fcdtvertlse last in their S tomatoes from b ill,.: .: w tribunal and imme- I immense, and prospects are and then left. "Wen?" said
newspapers un-Itln" ix pw even more staggering damage
eome to see my tomato cp I c,.r eacme. d.ate:j made prepaat I f the paL "So what?" was the
for testimonials t'pon 'ret.r; c' + } .:-s to leave.e Tens of thousands of she.) and -t.: FJ
o or check' will send Nipper' Vrvcntion s.. tie are drowning in f Midlands answer "I don't even know
Afaiast Tomato Blight and : vet e mans the guy'"
auto Growtrs Guide RP 1st N,,' c' te ., regions. It is estimates \ lat tvmillion -:?e L -
lUehlands Va J. H, Niaaer RID.. :
... .. ..' farm animals die : over te::
m. Cedar ]aUaff VaOada *\ to il be back,
The Press Box A Detroit
winter killed tad ,::3.
by snow c
Black Diamond W n he Lord well wisherc -
Certified c r: ( lea'.y cutshelled: "The basic task
Most of the wheat is
seed Also non-Certified Wmr CI i 'f ., Jre court of spring crcp
.batty Cacpeck It. Cats Sstnaf Oita' rumed. The potato crop m the fl'" It the Moscow conference wiD not

--- 15t rescrt is the lands UK considered 5e to make peace with: Germany

people of Georgia. 1 Planting of early crops is deatrote3d but to keep peace among the Atles

*************** This case will schedule. In a country that has been Since the end of the war,

H Talmadje be taken to the on short rations for seven vears !\mencan taxpayers have sheDed

JLCLJtfL tRill 9JwMhllnzL ort of last indi-resort this further blow is extremely senous Sgt Harold Russell, who lost jut half a billion to solve Germany'sarob'ems
TH.:s was interpreted as A fraction of that sn
both hands In service is on tour
that 'Talmadge intends to run would solve the
cat housing problem of
l/D /, ll1ulL C tBWJ- In connection with his first movie
ap,n in 1Q48, when a special elec- I "The Best Years of Our \mencan war vets. Both John
tion will be held Under the law a Well, $25,000 Ain't Hay :.. Lewis and Joe Stalin have discovered -
Lives He received an Academy
U. S. $Iwthg3. BOlldi lieutenant governor can serve only that when Uncle Sam
I For rows y years Miss1.., B. award for his part to the picture, rlssxut
two years as governor. I P_,err of New York City tt bentrrfunnf in which he played a disabled vet of patience:: -you will start rafting

****'* k******** The supreme court's majority decision JmJtnti ttnut by for stock eran. The film is being shown at for cover Hitler also discovered -
that the legis- I
took the view ,. the GUn 1U** Coat c.. Sit t*J that. In short: America's aa-

lature erred when it appointed Her- I ktt ttf g tn s New Pork tfttl ft t army hospitals as part for of the handicapped rehabilitation saver to the iron curtain-is aa ironIst

man Tahnadge governor on January reds,. for tt>t Ua 15 yttrt. 5.m.- program .- Washington Meshes! rspart

I 14. The legislature, after a can- ; thing tt ckfmgtd her rmiul rttnttly.kiutitr men. Russell does not intend bat bu has tobogganed 32 per eat
sad ttt bat decided to act again: his ambition is
the t. *ecrpt -
O&D vass of votes cast, acted on I m the last six months) because ef
her dividends after mil. Stt his to be a specialist in movie adrer
theory that since Eugene Talmadge : ovemmect payroll siasbes
J25XXX co'risg.DRAFT Using Be is shown here demonstrating '
died before inauguration

SUFFERERS there was no one elected to the office such delicate bow well tasks he as can operating perform The Irony of the Week: It was

Herman Talmadge was chosenon Just short
EVADERS: a camera with his books a paragraph on aa Inside -
the basis of a few write-in votes. page, but the irony of the
Thompson, duly elected lieutenant FBI Hunts 9,178 U. S. FARM REPORT: yarn packed more ef a dramatic

governor, was ignored. wallop than any playwright
Ending of selective service has
Fit'e-I'ear Rue could concoct: Many
.a.c rasa npth-pr FARM MACHINERY: forced a change in the department
.. Germans
'M tat rote_...'..'spt.ly.. Try.o-P' cf Justice's handling of draft evaders Value of farms m the United converted are to the now trying to be

e'.ad T.St, L fII"F :i1. Prices Trimmed Heretofore the department's States increased by one-third, or Jewish faith in

flu Los d f.'a .. policy was to turn such men over to the average, and value of produce the hope that it will make it
.. }
get a to
$ the for induction. Since toe doubled between 1MB and 1945, the
.t'1 army
::. \ months to
; "for
.... Y exceed supply the United States!
Harvester : armed forces no longer want them census bureau reports. Number o<

----- come. International 163 they win ban to face convrcticn farms declined and size cf farms We only regret that tee Jews

r"l'-:4 14-4 company has reduced prices on More and sentence in federal courts: saysJ. increased during the five-year period those Germans helped slaughter -

items of farm equipment customersarils Edgar Hoover, director cf the de- as was generally known didn't live to view the spectacle

than half the company's partment's Federal Bureau ef Investigation of their cowardly tormenter -
said. Reductions Total worth of the nation's farms
: spokesman
benefit a to hide
trying behind
steadily to $* MJ25MB in the
from 1 to :a.8 percent < ,
range religion hit
they from bcfatod.Celjomemes. .
tt't riF'Ia. or m dollars from $2,:SO to $300 FBI agents everywhere have been five years covered Present valuesare

Lower prices have been announced furnished with descriptions of 9.176 considerably higher The aver
: Herbertold Lehman
men who wanted for draft farm m 1945 was 194J acres
Ware of Dis..rdered for 123 farm machines 18 models of are eva age : a group seeking docations taatae
Kidney Actiont industrial tractors, 12 models of stan. Many of these faDed to register compared with 174 acres five years is unemployed for tile first tteaein

and 12 other miscellaneous or employed one of the many earlier
.! .sera S a.th t. t -r aId worTy. motor trucks his Sf*, with no procfwct of a Job
I.r..r hxb ... ,,,,,,po.t..... had articles. The program win dodges with which the FBI is familiar Market value of produce increased :fc
C',ct-'s, rs.. ai u. ,pre and ....... sight Then he donated $43 Ml
l'Cd'W a..'f Mo' .- u.. wary cost the company about 20 million from $1.813MU" to $18 Victor Gilbert's miltioneir

hr k .,eta Tb.y are amt to 1.1ttrtaxed ... dollars this year, it was stated. 108,152,000. Number of people on built
parent for
( bun) hotel laRidgefield
... a
a%i 'u :o s. ataeaL e hall ELECTRIFICATION
'I I, lad ,ts i ,..,.m..I.... th.lds gt.tae New prices became effective March : farms decreased sharply bat the ,, Conn., will' coat $300-
tot\UQ. 10. bureau says it has no figure for 1940 300 It
makes most otter hotels Ms
Loans Reach
loa mere sjtsi .IIP. -. = of reducfeocs art new Billion exactly comparable to the IMS ,
Typical IRe look like
E k ado b.. aiirtisss. sWf g s hobotels The fee fee a
Ii Duns. sMBmr -fcei_. coasts*.*** prices of the FlrniaD-H tractor I With the granting of $145000 to total when there were S.Uttta: weekend is only $ 8. After

: c td' h. '.i.aer.aaa*> M algae. all warn d* .rc.Hha r art.s sa.a ar. down $125, or 10.6 per cent; the au- Illinois. Rural Electrification administration hated as farm dwellers. Tenant' reading a vignette here about Ben

I t t'u-r. cc..t7 or ...., fr.Q..eL tomatic pickup hay baler, down $72, Joans have reached tee farmers dropped from 1.3I1.m tc Srauer (the radiorator) losfegaeavuy

: :a. ,' .:s. .>>111". WI ter.r or 4.1 per cent and the telf-propelled i billion dollar mark. Every state excepting 1,158421 m the five year term. at a gaming casao m Hana .

\ .,- ........._ t-Mr combine, now $122,50, or Urn : Connecticut and Massachusetts Other chances as summarized m .. the New York
... .. state income
.. <>e,' _. .' .. .u 0 these .
the report, were :
: ; al'; ,.aL AN near cent lower now "have cooperatives financed ax department sent Grauer a $m
.. ..", t, ,".' 1 '..a .... ...,..- Trucks were trimmed $50 to $300 i by REA fu=da. On January "Fanners are using more rrachmery :efund. That's Jove department:
.. fa price, depending on s2s. Estimated II| 1, REA leans totaled $956,909,698.Mcrt More farms are operated Dr. Peter Lindstrom flew in from

overall reduction on indxsI than joeo borrowers have re- I by farmers add fewer by tenants :ite coast (in risky weather) Uevd

3.i 3. I I trial products amo".::ted to abet I raid i:8jKt8ce; in pnnapal asd 1 Fewer teeners imjfli at al4arwt .. two days with his beloved

I 11S rer cent. cSeials stated interest I _w. .***. Inrrid or.ernf ..... .


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Star- Too Late To CUusify over-critical, but I'm inclined to We are also taking civics a sub- hair cut! If so. Just go to Joyce

feel that this type of radio pro- ject which is interesting and a help I and Peggy, Free of charge and

I graip* coupled with the gangster I to us all. It teaches us.to know and I available at all times!
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page t) movies puts a lot of screwy: ideas understand our government better. I -

Rogers, worthy patron Mrs. Sally etc., a Jail break and a poisoning. into kids' heads and tends to aggravate The girls are enjoying Home EC.I i LOST FOCNP D WANTED
Townsend, associate matron W. J. High sheriffs, deputy sheriffs' ,
; rather than Improve our now. We are cooking! Lost: Mildred Close-one step
Roblson, associate Mrs. FBI men, the Secret Service, spies,
patron; juvenile delinquency problem.The I The boys In agriculture are raising of hair to Peaches and Joyce.
Stella Pirkle, secretary; Mrs. Naomi counter spies, detectives, and just thing that surprises me la tobacco, and are having to pull Lost: A half dOleD Coca-Qata

Rogers, treasurer; Mrs. Renee plain cops invaded my living room that one of these smart radio criminals : weeds out of It. We feel sorry for pencils. If found please return toowners.
Lanier, conductress; Mrs. Hazel I in droves. Sirens screamed and hasn't managed to acquire a I them! I

Keen, associate conductress; Mrs. howled guns blazed, knives were stock of atomic bombs and go into i
I betwesm
Pearl Thomas Mr thrown, furniture bashed over peGple's Found:: A new romance
chaplain; Myrtle
i this killing business in a. big way ;
I : Lois O. and Bobby S.
flowed like water t
McLeod ,
marshal Mrs. Christine heads liquor !
; ; Instead of puttering around with The Siamese twins caught; their
Doty, organist; Mrs. Edith Nell'::' molls and gangsters Just natI two or three victims at a time. men Saturday night. Wonder who I rKR.xOVU.ITYAnswer
Jackson, Adah MiM Florence I nrally bathed in double bourbons,
; I Maybe they are afraid of Supermanor it was?
Graham, Ruth; Mrs. Frances Hardy and ill take mine straight, thank to'" week: JeesieBraaaaa.
Buck Rogers. I I A very eajoaltW.ot was fovad I I .
Esther; Mrs. Lillie Merl Waldron II youOf i Sunday afternoon. If would
I you
coarse in the end Justice was This year from the desert
Martha; Mrs Gayle Woodward. to relax and jut I
care really rex
Elect; Mrs. Ernie Roblaon, lI'ar.1. always served No one escaped orSCHOOL -I 1 we received a very nice loofcteg tIeF.
I ask Jessie where this place is.
I punishment. Some of the culpriUgot I His ability to play basketball sad
der sentinel.
Wilbur Montgomery I
and DAZE I What was Peggy so mad about .
with dough popular.Being
away heavy I football has made him very
Following an address by the newworthy 1 Sunday? It didnt test long though.
matron Mrs Dull, 1. C. lived in luxury for years; others indulged did it Peaches! a tall lanky fellow with

Woodward sang as a vocal solo.'! in murders over and over STAFF I brown hair aDd green eyes he really
I to Ixliior .. It.nlns'OOClate John catches up oa his sleep
again, were captured, managed Dran thrill bat beChas
"Oh, May I Walk More Close To afternoon I hear. has given the girls a '
God" escape several times, always managing .\ Editor nettle Robinson every Sunday decided that he would 'i;
with Mr. Hackney accompanying finally
I to knock off another victim or Snooper ----.. ..". ?????? Wonder where sad why? girl. He likes movies ;
The presentation of Jewels was stick to one
i dae _. What little group treat to the I II
and I two on each occasion, bat in Sports -- n. Char Clajton mask mach.tTtTF .
made by the outgoing matron I creek Saturday? Heard they had and popular very .
time the long relentless arm of the Tommy Wayman I II
patron to their successors and then '
the presentation of Jewels to the" law caught up with them and always I'tTSC-naliti's ...__ Opal IZaulcrsonKathleeen a wonderful time also. Ism t that I .
Florida wonderful? FI. sun
for I : OK -
I before the gong would sound McLaughlinCampus :
pant matron and put patron by Mrs. iIiPt11TMIITTAI.I.1H.5'i
are the eighth grade girls
Woodward Mrs. Hazel the next hair-raising program, the Hover T. Jean Dupree 1t
Gayle *
trying to do Monopolize all the
Keen. I man would inform me that so and Ruth ClOl'oeTpl.t.
so went to the chair or was sent up ._ ____ Mettle Robinson I available boys! We ought to do KNOW YE. that. I. R. A. GRAY,
Bother ado "End of a Perfect something about tmtt. Secretary of State of the State eCFlorida.
for life and admonished that crime Dole Jail .to. hereby give notice that swill
Day," was sung by Mr. Koch afterwhicb Wonder who thinks she la going SPECIAL ELBCTIOK
does not pa! Jean
- Mra. Doll gave a short talk Dupre to get David Mercer from Annie be held on Saturday. April lUll
The trouble it seemed was that Sponsor __ __ Miss Dot ttilliamoontifwltgiIlo I A. D 1947. the said t8A'"ri"f.J the
to each of the star points, instructing Ruth Couldn't be Becky Stalls? FIRST SATURDAY IN ; .
them in the duties of their the dumb criminal always makes Who was Altave with mst Satur- for a State Senator In and for CheTwcntr
some mistake. In each case the I eventh Senatorial District of
stations and then presented each day night at the dance in Palm- composed of De-
I the State of Florida
narrator went into details pointing i SI'RX H\s COMK
with a buttonaire and handkerchief. dale Could it have been Alton Soto. Glades Harder and Highland
Mrs Esther Klntts, PUt matron of out just what the particular mistake Dean Heflin) Counties tv fill tae 1'lScalK'F.1011-
then .... He left a cigarette stub in Most of us living in Florida are ed by the resignation of HonorableWilbur

the Moore .
Haven Chapter
Say. Cuthbert, are you having a C. King.IN
gifts to each of the installing the wrong place, forgot to wipe his very spoiled. We do not appreciatethe hard time keeping J. C.! What's TESTIMONY WHEREOF I havehereunto
shoes before climbing in the win beauties of spring after a gloomy pet my hand and caused
officers and the meeting was the matter, your technique running Great Seal of the State of Florida to
rlosed with an impressive ceremony dow or failed to take into account winter, because here it stays green out? be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capital
the officers. the fact that the drank lying in the the greater part of the yea/, but this the 15th day of February A. D.
by new Wonder who will go with Donald 1917.
Following the installation re- gutter wasn't as drank as ne thoughthe there are signs of spring if we only TomltaMoa when he arrives home? SEAL<< ) R. A GRAY,

nesbments of cake and coffee were was. observe them. Notice: Does anyone need their,i M.ir 7. II L'l April Secretary t. of State.

,-"ned by a lodgt- committee in the The producers of these thrilling We can always remember howthe _._
------------- ----------
rt-oreation room crime dramas tell us they are beneficial April showers go pitter pat. pitter j I

--- I because they teach our youth pat. and how muck fin it is to j I t ",_ ......c3 -:::: o. -t" 1f': _: :: ......j .,. :;::
The >-iitn. :,,u-'l if Hi. :-:uquehdnna the hopeless position of the criminal walk in them that is if they aren't I I

ri\. i n.,,1 i'- '" ,illd). I' about but more and more youngsters down-pours like the ones that I'alll"early I
qua mob turn to the game of "Cops and J JKobben. this year. And as the da%- HOMOGENIZED7fT

-. I ." for entertainment and fly by while we are busy at school ,

__ ,, .. Mm'11 find that most of them want behold. we look ont and see tl .
.v< c = '
to play tl\f roll of "Robber" rather trees have acquired a new coat and \ :\ IIX I) MILK

than "Cop." the lawns have turned into a bright ,,
GUARANTEED Ma\L I I'm old fashioned and green carpet. We see the beauty !I

of the flower buds and how much i I
And Other Alfai Products
WatchRepairing more beautiful they become a? they

gradntlly open, pedal by pedal. ,Ii
Mark R. Tennant Let's all take advantage of the I AVAILABLE AT YOUR

fact that we live In the Land O ,
Lieeased Son and spend oar Easter vacationin GROCERY AND

Real Estate Broker the warm t-of-doors.
S s sOur
007 Congress Hldg. Miami. Ha. (Mildred Close)

large repair depart- This week we thought you might '
ikf! to know what the Freshmen
ment is now able to give 7
arc doing in their subjects. So herei
day service on watch repair- > < our report:

ing. We have a staff of highly In English we have finished our

F-.unmar and we are sow reading
competent and skilled DEPENDABLE
ir.N renting stories in oar literatureand
workmen who turn out gua- MAGNETO learning many things about tht'"uthnr Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

ranteed work. We use nothingbut West Palm Beach, Fla.
\Vall think aleehra is \rr\ h.i'd
genuine parts and materials REPAIRS
it It rt':illt isn't =o diffuu! ,.ft..r .. _. .. '. .
Send us your watch. I Ow eiperts VM factory I 11' nnrvtuid: it hatter -. :'": _.-:: -" : .iI :: : ::

Special attention to mail or- I tools.for testing equipment

ders. Registered and r-rti- to give you specialized ( ._ .. .. _.. -. -
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