Glades County Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00205
 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: August 22, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00205

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::1 i Coronation of 'Miss Glades County' Saturday Nite I

;f Mobile X-Ray Unit To I First Pump Placed Latest Vote Count Puts

Iii ; And Street Opened I

Be Here Next
I U! j' .r.. .1 I I'\ had weather ,II nd! Carolyn Bryant In FrontFirst
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,!III kbiid \< a\'aliun. the period 1 1ti '

I HIif' required for placing: titto" ,
i Will Remain Here For Farabee Tenders His Iud culn-rt for the eit'a drain,,-, - -- I, Large Attendance--- At

pump on First street at the Ifuo
; Two Days To Give Resignation As Ditch stretched from the fM' Place Dance In Gym

Free eight boars estimated to more t t L, ,
X-Rays Constable To two weeks hat Max Cole finished I ExpectedTomorrow

; installation yesterday and again 1 II I .
The State Board of Healtti's" mo- w. C raraber. unstable the street opened for traffic night at midnight in a
bile X-Rmy nit will be in Moore Moore Haven district since his Durtas this time traffic has I to lorful ceremony at the wheel
I" Haven men Tuesday and Wednesday tion to that office three yean forced to detour through the col..r. maasiam Miss Glades County wHl
: for the purpose of giving has submitted his quarters and over the new r" be crowned and with spirit votug -
j chest X-Rays to an people who wish Governor Millard Caldwell built from the quarters to the ACL I likely to continue unto th* final
{ then to aa effort to catch any case date of August 20 his station by the county several not at eleven o'clock there is still
; of tabcrcakMto of the lungs the ,
in months
ago msiderable speculation to
resignation reading as .' all
curly stages ad permit treatment' Moore Haven Florida The pump and engine should I, t tthich one of the seventeen candidates -

,. and care 4agwst 20. 1947 in i.lace hy tin end of DI"111'. .& y- will wear the crown.
The visit of the colt to .oUOC'ltd< Honorable Xlllard CaldwellThe Mrs Emma Mailer. chairman: .f
s t... by the Glares-Highlands Health Capitol 'he finance committee of th* Swim-
j Unh and the Glades County TB aad Tallahassee Florida I ONE KILLED FOUR1NJURED' ling Pool Association. is I In chargef
II Health Association headed l hy Mn. Dear Governor: : r arrangement for the festivities

: I. J. M eo..tie. My private interest in i ,ind states that in addition to the
; The unit will be open from nice County have Increased to the i IN TRAIN rownlng of Miss Glades County,
to twelve aid from to three
one tin eo.tMaatItb th* highest
where I simply do not have :
i daily and all people of the county number of votes Miss Oftona Mist
time to devote to the duties I
; have keen notified to be here dor-i AUTO
Palmdale. Mtaa Citrus Center Mb
: office of constable in Justice
\ tag these days for the exa.laatloa.I ,
akeport and Miss Moore Haven
I Peace District No.1. Glades
f This will include whites colored ty. I am therefore n aa. will also be recogaited
I ,; and Indians it will be located in submit m> resignation to I Mrs. James Keen' of Avon P.irk C.1110L1"itta.lT The Sugarlaad Serenades of
t., i r the same spot as last year across this time j was instantly killed and her tin-, -- 'lewtlltoll will play for the dance
I : Main Street from the Post-Offie It has been a pleasure to band her three children and I I". --- which to expected to draw the largtt -

Aread as a law enforcement officer I sister injured yesterday afl"t non:, Second Place crowd of any dance in rent
All people over 16 yean of DIe you administration aad I when the northbound Atlantic: t'..." .. \'are here because of the *na-
will he Raved who wtoh It and) deeply grateful for the Line passenger tram was struck fn wwed -. ... I tim and the interest in the Mn-

everyoa is urged to take advantage shown me their car at the Boar Hamtn,'k \"=t. The dance will begin at t:tt 0
1 of this opportunity to have this I' Very truly yours crossing twelve miles northwest f sod vote counters etpeet to pest
i ; i examiaatloa free. There Is no William Cecil Moore Haven on Road 2(. rl'8lta of the voting every fifteen .
I charge sad there will be no ..Di As he leaves tM office Mr Details othe accident are (..w "iautea, if possible to make a c em-

I, bee takes this means of ., but the: car was said to have btis :Mete check IB that length of time
'f required his apprecia**** to the etttscM tratHagth en route tn tm Interest in voting eo thunet to
f i nation). are particularly urged to other law enforcement off npekatee, where tH group was t : increase during the pat wok with
have the t-Ray..ceie, at this ti_. the county for their co--.-. .vl+tt with rftatt.... ?eei tV i 11f1 biggest rt wte being ifs Jump i
l t The puipos. of tine prwMaa X.:Stay _< r is to take Hgfefw vkfar w. cMe- liniMJ<< IMfOVD rittte Mt his Wakes and ';antt i Bar and Pscksg 8n* la*
clone any irreimlarttie BhowM tried to turn aside throwing t*., ta first place with a total of If.1U'

there be a suspicion of tubercalosto Painting of his new hack end of the car against the tlui i; 4T "ItS. Betty Jean Bornhlll. who.

i i a postcard will be lOt to blOCk! building: with a white .. car in the train The car was ad been high previously Is reining
the person whoae picture shows I proof paint has been almost Mercury sedan a lone second with 8.1ft votes and
these irregularities and he or sJMJ plated hy P. E. Lvwry adding Mrs Keene was apparently tbt'u\ Lii, bath Jones of Palmdale is rW
will be urged to Immediately obtxs ly to the appearance of this from the tar agaiattjhe train .If In 'lird place with <.t"S. M t a more thorough examination If) ly completed twMtory then thrown away from the \ r.' :. : _hm is the entry of aus,.

i the tuberculosis scan are jest buildingM.HOOI. onto the highway and died I Ca': and Miss Jones was apoaasmdhe
j J tug ap there i* an excellent chance stantly II DDT Spray Crew white atS

,, 1 i that complete recovery will MIX.KT: .\ )\. T'I: The three Keene children Can ti ; in this county
a I after a brief treatment where .1 Lee aged I. Prances aged 7. an 1 Py stalls. entry of Settle's
1 longer watt may he fatal. Because T ALLAHASS-ne State Lois 13 were all injured. Kran" $ Sundry Store to in fourth place wMi
r you had the examination last year I partment of Education has the least seriously and Mrs Keen JUTI'JK: IN \UXIIII.I. ", I 42 votes: Irene eott of L__'.

j t Is no reason why yoa afcowid not I ed the Glades county school .. sister ,...... Anna Belle Baueam .': --.I.II Plumbing and Electric Shop to
; have another this year far a foothold which calls for the .. Tamp was also iwrionsh tcjan I fifth with 2.983; Jessie Beth Braat-
I might have been obtained by $I 12.572 for the support sad The father James Keene. to thoughtto Third Place i nan for Footer Chasers hi sUth:

the disease during the vear tenance of the public s 1 i another! man in the ear. said to batbeen I I Gulf Service Station Is pevssrth with

a brother of MM. two women 1.18'; Lois Cox of Mack's Store.
scaped with mtowr mfavfes. ighth with 1.34< '; Tracy: Ag. t *t
JII School Pupils to The thitdren and Mn listen rkiason's to ninth wtth t;2r2j"
'I H .r.' brought to Moore bT j !1..y Summers U tenth trim Davis
M- Dan Griffith who lives n : -1M > with 1.014; Martha Dowd of
Next Thursday I I h. Mene of the accident and the D" wds Store is eleventh with 844;
ontlnned on Page S) Wanda o*>r, :Nortoas Garage
w..lfthIth 589; Betti 'RoWtIMD.
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I 1 windalls Station, thirteenth with

Bandmaster Resigns On : Moore Haven CITY COMMISSION TO Si 4. Jo Anne Harveil, Moore Haven
I Hotel. fourteenth with 20:
Day Set for His Hurt By Unruly HogAn m BatHe and Margaret Via De-

ArrivalCity REDUCE BOND DEBT I \. Ide of K. and K. Electric sad WH 1'

unruly hog laxbed o I .1.ma', Beauty Shop tied for fit-
-- with m each aad EMe '
te Tith
sadden! anger at its owner r2
City school children will appear day afternoon on a farm near BY $25,000 IN 47 ,:: Story of Moore Haven ApattaMes !
., ', at the schoolhouse here not Thursday i' Hare, slashing Arch W \ l e.t has 68. Miss Dorothy Skipper*
morning at nine o'clock for I' the left entry of Moore Haven Servlre !Statioa :
upon arm no badly '
regrrtratta and to receive their stitches \t the fI' ular mt-.t.ug "r ,II, withdrew to retura t* soheol
seven were required to
i books for the school term which!' the wound j ; begins the following ;:'oIMd-a y. La- [ The mishap occurred as plans were made for the talking of I I IIIS i ; I counted Thursday n on. i

bor Day. The following day Friday i den was about to weigh the : .*** la general refnudinf bonds; The total votes so far are 4Z.2M !
: the has students will tome ins I prior to selling It The at the next intent paving period : H: .\RKTH JONES I or a total of $422M iI i

for registration I was tied and ready to ba p the end of this year as provided' In i f
: Applications may be obtained either -;i the scale when saddeaty It the refunding ordinance "" j Cross State Canal i

. ; at )Jr. M.rrieoal offiea or at the I''j its head sideways so uukkrjr : The entire: refunding bond issue I Milton Adkins Is I -;
i i office of Mrs. Margaret rarnam I I \hidden was unable to < ;I w due aad payable In 19(2 and the Is Again Open |
; county **peri tea4.nt for those desiring -I I Tusks raked his left ;, total outstaadiag at this time U Candidate For End For

l: I to apply for tree lunches I moot from elbow to wrtotWhlden ITS: .000. Wtth sttfttrtent a$Bey In Navigation j
These must be approved according went to Dr. the sinking and to redact this load Position At U. of F.
to instruction set up by the Glades The waterway the Atlantic |
; I for treatment Dr. Draugbn by almost two-thirds the Interest'load I
'! t County Board of Public Instruction rsdaced. Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico through fLake
ed that the laceration luckily will be substantially 1\lSt; ; LLAue[ :1 .Mil to
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j served to Okeechobee reopen
i before free lunches can be
(1 parallel to the muscles of the These are now three per cen( bonds ton \dklns 18!* pound Moore Ha- 2t. Col. Willis t
( studoatery navigation oa August
any I arm doing little real damage!: but will go to four per cent:before Yen bay will be among the threescore Engineers U
Very disappointing newt to the E. Teale ot the Army
cept to the akin Had the cat the expiration period i Diversity of Florida Gator todarGovernment ."
I school faculty aad officials was that i Jacksonville -
I The bonds to be retired Wi} be
t'nSll'lrIH. It la likely grid men who toss their helmets In locks located at
,. contained ta a telegram from the. damage would have been determined by lot and at the*next the ring for positions with Coach the Caloosabattbeo .kCanal
man who had been hired fcs bandmaster i muscles and t.....*. At it commission meeting the numbers Ray \\oUs new edition when fall Moore HanD on Lucie Lock on the
BrunswickGs the St.
C. F. Lyman of
I required seven stitches to will be drawn by lot adrertaedlocally workouts start September 1. '* west of -j
t -
j ., taping that after reconsideration wound and U a New York financial St.
\ he had decided not to accept \ 194C squad member In a reserve Stuart will operate from 8 to 19a
Journal sad retired when if* n xtl&terest
I the positionVole desperatelastmtnete -- capacity. Adkias will place m. and from 4 to < p. n. an,. ). .
Betty Anne Dowd eta..... Is payable so that tnttr "t .. "
I effort to being made to his bid for playing rights at left The only other lock seas Ortoaa
saving will start with the ff si 'of1X8
Allan Dowd Jr.. of P ?
fled another for this position there 1 1L end a position also to bo- iou resumes normal eontlauons operas'
are tew elf these backers hinting visiting her graadpaMrts, !; "' by Tommy Bishop aid William tloa from C a. m. to 11 P. m. 2
Mrs A. C. Dowd Retirement of these beads )!eavesa Tamer 194 Warren TiTl-
John at this tise east the term will I' daily.
profeaMy start without a band ta- -- balance of only $13...ljn-je- er. and freshman Joe Hawkiu and Cot Teale said the aulptJ4)D <
J, itrnrtrEKtranU. Mrs James Woodward andl&g beads to be paid of MB lee! Ray O.Mh. f- lock hive been dosed since July "_

into th tint grade will Monday trout a visit with next fHteen-year period Idpad-,. 18 to permit the maximum discharge -

I' be r..*.atred to present a birth cer In Savaan. O*. >>r. .* dithm to these bonds tll.r ari a. B. O. Woodward and John Sexton of water from the Lake andthereby .
"' few aHttodhi bends of Miami. the emergency t
tOUtinHd o. Page 8)' met **r train In Okeeehofeee. were business vUitsrs to relieve .
(Continued on ?=ge tl* Wednc.aday. conditions la the E.erI1s4ana.
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i/ _o..eutae, tar _e d. .J.- I tt.-.icr. af tae up'es ;s supreme 1. The place IIDIp R.
'. twAea1 ilea ie H fe,.f r ,, .:4- I 10 major league faaseoail? :. 'The year 1M. ,

'toet .4 IT. __. 2. The community chest orig- a. A weddingBenry tfc* TQ .
the last six if feel
:rears, you
.. F..a Re hated IE Denver in what year? married Elizabeth, << Bthtcr at
strong:: eng:; h to t..:: back the
; the War of Edward the IV and thereby "
Work Is Good women g. What esttted stA. <;
endar and
---a to $C. the :Cardizxals
the angels know: : at tb Hose of York
what God aad :R.-e5! wib ft. _,
ixsscar TETT roz: AUSCSTort -Pu, : e Dodgers hare tikes ever most
t.S-Ii IS-.; It.>>-=; iseisar. =f the po:.a.t interest to the N.troga .- of us1'bomH Pajne. 4. How roagr moms doM Jaf Some Of mcuter.I .

I' i.a. :! ieafoe. By s u r,e t
.. JCDon D.L.-:3-W1.a: : terIeues :;r-t Ca slipped saler:- pert s gees too" fast. -Ps* fc Syras.Our 3. What state ha the moat ftsb- Michigan, whacfa i ism 904,,, .
t.oC '- GCl GII :: 557 licenses last '
are 1 sI 145, b-jt ever v.e:::. *r,e Carizalswere : not ts ermea? pari. .
breahn a.: f.e ::1 bea grand business is I. How feaf are the Statet of I,,I . Each eye is 2* feet wide
the dis I 1
what bee dimly m ,. From Pncaim
necks.It see Liberty' epee t? a nutiafedptsaaj
I xLtros: sort .t.- _.," riarptw. .. tance. but to do what lies clearly 7. Bow fid Pttcura island pet .j aboard Carter* ship vaa first
mast: be acrr..ue: Ua: 2 roestc.r
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vr- ad wrn-.I at !-..andCariyle.Classified the island 1W7.
..1.-Z c-- t awr Z. of the :: -.". c. :dgt: prstraces its name? saw m
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W&U1X auu: .f. D. 9. Ions r.cL-t ----5 s Department I
A Of r.. MMCy Bib* Ursnrrr, Ckfc*r.> more w::-t r -:- StJosephlQ

d as the T.r e o
IiII "LriSE indeed :is mat legislator had the e-rtra: ..iter BCSINXSS Ac L'-L.S!. OPPf.1TTJ" .
weo aaderstands mat there
Cg : n t..e R.D"-<", 'ec -
aeede: A c T f-- --
are two extremes: to be avoided icdeaLcg -r. .,'.eeW .,,:eea.s new made- I7.
ago ar;_- t-L.J .,. . ._ _. W-
with the problems of the -" - .e -- EfrIt SS see ,01-1 . I
..- v MO>OOB.AM *TC 1 time the D '" c.-r.
warkeg mal The one extreme isteat : gs Bws :iJ n .na...A. vrrvt were, '"-T Avert teaaiag against the doer err - tyd """"aM
were aerer-sr.-a, ------- . .. IJjoj '=-'\ - -
of 2: aauDr c :
ieartless. cruel exploitation wr.er; r.ding .
Meer N
half .. 'a : :: : -
8it labor which grinds men to powder. fames :l Jr :'t HELP W.-\-nD-ME.:: WOMENACCKTS .ike to !Sit sidcjse, p.*. _r r t / -- ------ -

width deals with individuals as of their Caries; ,,cap..JJ-J'." warns safety latch.Barte4ote4at. V! j"J UGLEli
pursuers but tis: T. aatl..n _.
.e new mOaet ) Hm
chattel The other extreme is tcprsvWe ........
lead wass'j: ma.o d.rtarr rte ded br ever* .
11 such aa amount of free time eJc'-6 GrsilaedEke &eii tar C ta. TOUT praBt Meto as esar.air I )Bttte are*.,: f.! Dandies -- ..,
ti they Scishef i ia ia = manrr r is sir m. } I. -li hi ; .
ear fee individual that both: his per- c SiM. etc. Wlttt =- A; ; machines can be convenient! y lubricated II
seal fife economic dead heat wt.: the c.-L..S nin.nmg B.s 14M, Bn n_... .... fa* tettfi OIl
and prosperity the playoWhatever ? UI..a real uo. moats ors i by attaching: a soda straw

13'i art is das.ger. happens in the:: foggy j to the item or spout af aa en car;
Work is It is well to keep
god future wad a3 futures are foggy, MlSCELLANCaUSROLL I FASTZK $MD ,r
fc. anad that before the fan man
g the Dodgers have stolen the National ILM.1. DaElarE9-o.ra.N: M..4.. Been watacaf dfcrtf rotates
WM Mtnmmrtfd to tend the fardec. 2 bl:! GiDa. PnIIuI aee MIatn-.. ASale.
league shew up to this spot. .. ]IIe k..arioL. k setarea 1 allow them to soak ia odd waur THSTTCUJiD 15uu
Perhaps to some of us that com- neat
IICDres - saa.fL
Jut before overnight. to hart dirt.
I season opened *'
mud is not a command to work I v ec.= t11H.
DETE1.eED-AeTD4bi:: Serfke.s o
muurer. Leo Dnrorfeer, was -
because tbe evidences of .miD. BtCimcAToau ; Ts.1a 1 SiS 7ntarata'...
ordered to Elba or St. Helena, the *> com.B a.ra.sc J two.
cursed creation were not present'IMe .. Taw step-steal or kitchen ladder
Vapoleonie hide out tn.lOa. aeame .. U. ........ M.st5.i !
J wttb- by Happy can't be chosen
vrrtWst purpose, fife --- toe smrttaOf 'WGtJ OS POUOU tn011jC|
oct aetrvtty far good, wed be CkandJer who, right or wrong, also nine.wrwn..me. 0-eDeRras o.e..sN.X aea.eeaw.$u D.9m.t-. It should be ac vide and sturdy atI

E vain and attaiBy tetoirrabie. was wrapped up la a fog. This tsrrt woe ai .otfrcne*. .... sea I I possible wift ntoer feet and non. -- ---
fsrted Branch Rickey ta reach not prof ic.d sbrct cone o! roar tat*. SIS.M :
t I. Aa BlutrathD of Prodea wada Law *r tcrrtce. ** ....._ BMfKttk. slip tread: for safety. Take DC TO cur
tad drag in Burt the B 0 I r.sn
I WarabLg Afifest lnd.knee fPrcv andtmted Shotton mst ...... chances on a rickety ladder. : "
manager is !baseball S
e'Ml; 18'9) wbo knew nothing sheet his team. -- I -eHhiiIe- ,OR 501fHfSS

( iHurtration from the crea ShottoD: Kiss*ran pint is best Qajefcy apply noot-hhig mad coaforaac -
THE stepped mID the riddle ofa GRAFS OINTMENT add
r world is apt Ants as this strange squad. He soon lost ius Skin"itchesand done with a IIi w1anh, but the its whoiesame szQseptics ui sa*

scripture states have no overseer star. Pete Reiser who still believes element;; of danger most always be On aiding nedicatiea. Noducxela: *

and yet they are diligent in proud his head is harder than a hydrant irritationsof i ac.rae m JD III. Use only enough net O-Dottex4T for eateraally as eoafertt&rorptosaaart caased tkiatrorth

till for the time of need. or a concrete: ..n. Then cotton summer Same to melt the.... Then I i i. 3ac. Get a ptcfcac* taday.i

It would teem as though they are I: began locking around! for a pitcher To be ready vita cuck relief -crape immediately with a knife --
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I coaataatiy active in caring for pres- who could travel four innings-al- keep bandy a jar of soothing Hold the tore in one hand and

eat and future needs. In Palestine most anytI ePo: could locate the worid-fanted P..e&Dt-. 0 Itmezt. -se the other for i&e scraper i: Buy U. S. Savings Born!*!

where they may Jbe active throve general direction of the plate. L Je free, see bow the med a-I
eat She year. Acre is Mill the nercf tiaa oases uchy: irntation of ivy

stored provisions for the rail, A MOd Old-Timer poaon, roosqtto bites sunburn,

teas. and so it is true that the ant ftafirg < For added Comfort:

rathers food in the harvest for futur. old-timer SvcttOB. a the mild exact country opposite looking of bathe&.with talk today r4 from Resmal ujr trvfim Soap. A "Rp from TwoWho

MCd. Durocher. Bee Ole :Man River just
I RESfHOL I 55:; llilJluJSuItA
Anyone too is tempted: to be m- kept rolKg a1cq.! The Dodders
aulial woiJi be wise to oonsideT
were shot. The day of the Bums
the ways af the ant, MIll to naanifesiM
was over The Brooklyn attendance
nsatft anama far ......... ant4fotave would take Know
a dizzy dip. But what

needs happens! The Dodger move out in 1 _
The sluggard *. described as cur front and the attendance fins the 'n .:tn *"" IH Mill If

asleep as one who iser sat:.'. ball park, despite a wet cold spring RHEUMATISMNEURRISLUMBACO \8UJr. toaorty aa< KasriM Caway ages

ted, but constantly wants err r? and a wetter colder June. Bkasfcg h ran-skaskg h BSBan.Man -Ira
sfamber. Such folding of the hand<
The Dodgers to far under Shot- i Dtrt-tilt awVs brgact-sahg tat...
ankh indolence brings pov.rt>
ton have outplayed the Bums. And
tad that poverty comes as a rob r.
they have even keener fan support.For I
laasltixe is not mere passrrityThe
Brooklyn knows its basebaQ-
raaa who fait t* work is not rr
gnky of omitting t* do what be and Brooklyn understands and ap- REMEDTttlKCS ,

hOUN tho bat be is toiHy a robber prccUtei the handicaps Shotton baa BLCSSCD HCtltrUITIIL 11f ERfXIJ J./KE
faced with Chuck DresseD and Red
of soeiety. There is an attire Corridea over in the Yankee lame a.ews r ama't s.S.Y Ste let 70BAA RT"e FOR
elemeat involved fa Indoiente; n toaly camp. I IU tau u MtCIUB I I
old-timer by the name of Bart pPJNCEu.sr
has the man faded to c otrtfcete B iu a* MK rna i? ut t Dana.I t FIn
but in addition tile good Sbotton deserves mach more credit I sua ins tee .... muHtRit l51.asst TOIYt
this he has received. He has turned AND
that be might base done has remained fIT
ia one of the big Jobs of the year. co.
undone. The tef;ard is $TIN
therefore a brother U the destroyer Tb Cardinals, looking back to IUcH-rA

(Pr v. 18:91. March and April appeared to have PIPE rlGreaten
class. Tbs Giants have had power. i
II. Aa lUMmtfea of Ia4Wea e aad!I The I : .
Braves have had balance,
a Lestoo to Prndeace (Prov. 24 0TT -
pitching and hittxg. But the Dodgers
)- remain the major threat the a .a.waets LIV N
IS striking that the Word of Got!i tear to beat. Dais Is naraf a.. Kat s

1 presents the ant as the flhislrs A few days ago. I ran across my

lion af prudence, but when it comes old friend Arky Yaughan. one of the Pipeaa..
to an illustration of indolence it c; best all-around ballplayers youTl -

zeds our attention to nan.IV see in many a year. Arky can play f I Tr..ecopd Palace Ala.rt karp
fllustratkiB is that of the mar either tkt ieid or the outfeld- GIRLS! WOMEN! II ptD. fat peenJe Aa.

who is lacy who is vaid of under 1 and ht is one of the best natural try this If you'reNERVOUS I drew Dobw ."P.A.fcaa a rid
'...... The Preacher visits him hitters baseball has known. tobacco tast that U maid aadw

0IiIc to his field and vineyard b* "What bolds the Dodgers op?" I I i bat+a IKS.tuting" down through tt.

tedsH grown over with thorns cov asked. ..
end] with vetches aad the storewall "A good all-around ball club," w
Os tOrUB at..o..r, .. FGgt
Mrr Of Bat*. .aa.
broken down.Instead Vaughan answered. "There's always -
of citing the particular somebody around to handle Do temtl*nutcttoad BoaUdy eta*-
: .
*- m** fOIl ftwrwi;1n1
lessons learned. the Preacherstanpty the job when we get ta troI. ble. This 50 -k a&d .-Q <' leis-a aid tsaait

observes that be looked on.wJOttfnt means pitchers outfielders or tn- = do uy Led.1. 1'.Jabam' tegnsinew.

I deeply and received iestrixtam. -- fielders. We've had more hard lack &". seize c ft etl irk a-= .tf P cur -

Perhaps the best antidoeta with Reiser, Edwards and often kity PL'kbam'e Cnpwad Lent

buineas is to see it at its irac than any other team. But we keep ;bund uAJeo u;) reuts.ar..c.aats a gie, btox.eLk ndI took din! prlati'CUP ALEERT'NTO o-

fien. The squalid conditions the .r. hustling. Well oothustle the Cardinals : ,

ability to cope with emergencies too. We have a bunch of young: iidafaPlxll4Ml CaaL=pttx'U "

that we DOrm.aU'He: in the )life of pitchers who will be stars next : NEAr RRAfTHAT

i the man who wants only ease arsufficient e year. After all. Branca is only 2L 4 .'..1'..-"1"7J' ARE
to warn most of us against Watch Hatten and Barney. Robinson =
It. has turned in a swell job. Show EJT'RA TA,)' h rc

Eetirely apart tram the Afgaity me a stronger second base-short a EJTR! MIe 0

of labor, the homely recompense: stop combination than Reese and

vC being able t. meet oar wn Ct&nky. They are wtmrLcg ballplayers. -

need is the compensation of self- The Dodgers are made up of _
respect that initiative sad re- winning ballplayers. ...1-_ T. Feet '"ell

cooreefnlaess bring. May we have to :: ""pirmW t d.r..yL
a hither gal si we labor than The Yen to Win ;::; ="--&t. ...,. Great
awn.... ... m Papers...
merely providing for oar sv/n "Every team and every ballplayer tta..n --of... "-.
needs tboath this Is ttrt.&InJlm. lakes to win. But the Dodgers .._ = anwaattp ':"...-= Crimp cot JMaco AS** H a

portant. Beyond it. af coarse is like the winning side better than ::.lass n ettti w.yas ... agwcre tsb.coo, ..q.me .

the ability U help others als* (d.Epia. anyone else. I can't understand why .. -.- ::- a
ing, fnIl
"' : p.cksd
1 11) so many people are surprised at the I afwehs t

HI. A God-Given Reward for Labor Dodgers' showing. We might tuily, dea raw -,.. -a..fnew..w1.. 1

(Eccles. 3:12). with better hick hart been much .Ia ...... T.. __r"..\M&......... t.aea !, ?17.nas4ht
farther ia front- --
of the qdu ........;
3E great
compensationcf .s e
O It might be mentioned her that wip
faithful labor is sleep. This HsSSESi
Vaughan baa been one cf the stars '- -
passace speaks cf the sleep of the ''fin teas Dodger drive. Taughaa's hitting =?7srii5ssstt r.-

labor:& man as sweet When asQinstians and his all-around play has I .... .at ..e.t aL PRINCE ALBERT

i we have fulfilled our lied! a wide*open ,ap. And t D... i, rp5aO5lsat .nM
duty when we have given aa honest Vaughan is no longer a kid. IB&rt. d Oat awe., The National '
1 1i day's work the reconscene: of now the Cardinals are comb i Joy Smoke

i 1i the Lod is surcease tram labor :, along-and the Cardinals bar 1\ i i enact TOuCCO s.acauy nUTm
+ always been the team to beat. j I TOIssu gAaassvvoseutann1unt

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Texans are famous for their toytity .. !

to their native state and are

R GRQLIW 4 4Lj I always ready with a good word far

it no matter where they are, to

Try sewing buttons on children's Buy pillow cases Urge enoughfor I!I Wit:
=iJ garments with dental &.s. The your pillows. Otherwise the I I I One of its sons was visfteg tfc*

waxed thread will withstand more casings will not stand the wear East where he had oocasaa te attend
( Notes Jack Lalt, wear and tear than the ordinarythread and tear. the funeral of a man wise
Broadway eolamaist. is guest Summary in Marshall -e- I was thoroughly fisfiked
conductor of this column while
Mr. WixebeD WASHINGTON. With 6ecr -.- When shoes begin to scuff and At the services the moister
is oa vt cation.) Marshall now in office cx months, Finger marks and ugly smudgeson peel, rub them with the white of !.I who was new in the parish, called

errii.-tar My.4l .l! it is fair to summaru: his abilities wallpaper can be removed efficiently an egg. It will paste down the upon someone to say a few words

The French Minister of Finance ia the aQ-important, highly comp *- with a handy art gum broken pieces. I about the deceased. A long and
has cated job of secretary of state { eraser. Keep ODe of these erasers -.- significant silence ensued.
American complained to Washington that'i I One fear expressed at the time .f on hand for easy cleaning Table been should be looked I Finally, the true son of Texas
cars are b *Eg brought Marshall's -.- I! and sari "Wen, since there
fcto French appointment was that ki over for stains before putting m arose
genious ports by way cf an in- might run the state department asa Hang table linens on the lines the wash tub. Soapy water will is no one present who has any
new racket . They get in i '
duty free, as of American :i military organization; forget that I lengthwise The warp threads in set the stains, and measures must 1' thing to say about our departed
tourists property ; re was a diplomat, not a soldier. the long weave are stronger than be taken to remove any marks before brother Td like a few infantes to
or business visitors "for ,
their own use." . They are then Military men are accustomed to the woof threads. i immersing in the sods 1 tell you folks abcyt Texas."

giving orders and having them carr --- .--
not *M O1ltr bt. but "lent"indeft --
e1 out a diplomat cannot gie
nrtcly-to French citizens ostensibly I
to be held for the return of the orders to a foreign country. I NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS Dogs Ivy Ki1own.
This fear ..
"owners," who don't return or don'talaini !! has proved entirely gas

the of cars$$,006 if they to do.$10,000. . over Premiums I:;I Justified his backward Marshall to be a civilian has leaned, has over run Smart, Colorful/ / / TovveMotifs/ :< "" ...J J)4Lvffun

U. S. prices are paid. . Mentioned : department on a civilian basis. .
as operating the rwmdle area Chief criticism of Marshall is I Colorful practical nay to dc r. >-iT3K
that he has lacked co&MeMe in I bas trMSftr ot 14 motifs J ''v 1 tot
former stage and actor
screen by 1*%. ......
and a European count who wed the i; himself thenfere has meted I Our trnprvrcd .tIiIrIt-\"is'w. 'IiJ:
daughter of a one-time millionaire too cautiously rnfertaaately he easy-tare and i.miii, i-1 c.rapteM t .
builder and promoter. . They |i had to take over a field In why !t i dtnctam-makes oewDemorlt east 1 W T
sail back and forth handling both except for a brief erperienf J v ; Due to ao amnaiBf farce dear 3 arJ -

ends of the deals. . They look up I, In China he was abstete4y current eoadtUoM. iUkSr more time h
required te tsuag orten Jar a few of the
: green. He had spent his life
persons with passports and passageand most poprtat r aasabea.
! pay them an average of $500 studying warlike matters; suddenly : Send soar = to:

each to take autos over, signing I j he was shifted to the I I I
manifests that they intend to travelin problems of peace. Ii beats farrif needlecraft IHpI.
them oil the continent. . The Therefore, Marshall has not i SM w. Kudotph. Ck c ase **, m.Eact.e tf Ea

! countess herself. on one crossing, : moved with the same surefootedness I 9 cents for petterLNo

i brought three! sedans and a station- as Jimnut Byrnes. Byrnes II 9e
. I 1 I was a master at negotiation. NamaAdllro -
J wagon So far, the French past I
haven't figured a way to refuse entry I 1 I He did not have to lean on his ad- :
} to Americans with cars, duly visers He led and they followed.
i accredited in this country. . Th* > To some extent Marshall has had I ir Striker ooeiat me the
i traffic isn't conspicuously heavy, I,i to reverse this He has had to learn Most Versatile Robot Could I food I.', cvt&Bf: and maUl no MerIt
J but at the turnover profit Quoted. I the ropes all over again, could net of tt. If only his BUatrMi wwild dish
I the two chiselers can do all right if I Ij i I e tire'*- pick things up where Walk, Smoke, Count, TalkThe up Oro-Poa XAto*; t 1sp. ToMt 4.

j they sneak in only an average of''' Byrnes! left off, has had to IUD I : Made wtta 23 Mvacttal natrtaata,Xc: *>

one a rcor.th heavily on advisers and has lacked 7321 BonUol. too. OD box sopp3 a*
most versatile mechanical ,
the experience to be able to challenge much food ta dry weight as fire 1-Ja.
i i their decisions Sometnre I man ever constructed was made cffw of dog food O -Pap alM com**
Abbey Fischer, drummer who the results have been excellent-as by an American and exhibited in !a Meal and ta 1'. ttl.l'et4 a:1 ttu**.
banged ttt skins at the Strand in the Marshall plan where the sec- I New York City in 1939-1940. Upon

theatre with the Ted Lewis or- retary of state leaned heavily on a spoken command, this seven-

ehcstra, bas stirred the poises i i able George Kennan and fallowed foot 260-pound robot would perform 1T1( V o =lk
i of many a maiden and matron his recommendations. I any one of 24 actions suchas
; with his rhythms. Bat the one But the results have not been walk smoke count on his fln- GROfUre

J who won him eonlda't hear him. good in Argentina and Latin America I *, gers and spta'tamg a vocabulary e e e f e
B* married beautiful ran Bow where the of I of 77 words Most incredibleof -..
new secretary I
er, with the Maryana. Abbott state has leaned on other advisers. ail his .ntricate electrical
dancers. She is a deaf mute! Greatest setback the state department I mechanism tubes, motors, relays 4ft

has suffered is the coils-contained no less than
exodus ef top, trained person 24,900 miles of wire. '
For several years, In recurrent
eels Here, the turnover has
advertising, Union Savings bank i
[ been se rapid that the oldest
bas been listing, among unclaimed
assistant of state, In
accounts, enl in the name of Emil secretary ,i
B r.o. . No one get word to.I point of service, now is William i THESE smart motifs are a must .

Ewe, who was busy in Hollywood. Bentoa. trousseau of the bride-
. &tt.m tt came here to play As a military man, Marshall t- .. They're as decorative as sv.-gu II.
know the difficulty of leading S they are useful. Three different
at a night club, someone rem em- :
troops in battle with green officers. designs.Ireland's.
tiered and told him. . It was Friday
his of state is
Today department
night The backs wr closed
by then. They would b*, also Saturday 1. trying to win the battle cf peace

and Sunday . Boreo word with some of the older and best Greyhound I
dared and pondered, bet couldn't trained officers retired from the Ii ,' aIf hiss.

rtzcember . He was sizzling with batt1e dd. . The fastest-growing business Lithe
suspens . On Monday morning history of Ireland is the breeding :

though h* had worked late, h* was SHOOTING INCIDENT I, of racing greyhounds for for i JIJ9sB j
there waiting for th* doors to open. eign trade. The value of the s:.;.p- Jk1
. Yes, they would look it tip. . It wasn't reported In tin papers ments increased from $38,000 in : ,
ht another "shooting msident" j ..I s.w _.
Ys there dormant account 1833
was a to $4,06(1000 in 1946
. Could h* establish his Identity took place In the capitol

H. could. . H. did. . h.ister this one about I a. m. A sharp i =t".u'.wts :-k a. N ..a see .Lace i
retort echoed :=
the .
throng still .
banded him fl.UL (H. had --
marble corridors from SPEEDEO-UP COMFORTfor =--- : : C br.
deposited one forgotten buck. 18 coming ": : =: N Nee. w.w.tt .
years ago and it had arnd 15c' the. direction of a public rest socatl.dKIDNEY -.w -- ae ...T :.=
.*.m. Jumpy capital poOe*. renemVeriag .y.baa r ..tae.
..) Seastor Bricker's : SUFFERERS Hurry! lacil coupon todG,. ....-...._... ,

recant eaeoonter with a gunman, ......... .. - - : - -==== =
e-aaa. .ww ::
Sinn $ea.. (h r.. We.yb.ly, ). . reeked U. the scene with draw +! .Iee..y.i....--.j.{ .- SEND NO MONITi ..a.h aff aha a4 ..,. ..

Jbe ra "",a assns psi., fr iJ ... h.. Inside found ia- M ;aetW... i.- ___... __ .. ... .. .
pistols. they a +! mMMl aukidMYi.U AilAT&IAl>- IID t *f ,p..w. H .* .<.l lS ___....... :
1!. . O.. ,.. a "eJ .. bar sated visitor straggling with ascreen. Din laiuilTiON.fk t-i Of*., .Oedo",LS N..13JwYy-.......,
T i. r as, lie. .f feces, Jrty-f ;..fey Jl>>.a.w..p, lr W ktktmj I w. tie kt ..uk.. I.s.r3.aies r.ha f.
lw heif bloc!. . Of the sores.., kicked it to the floor.Yttirins } Neu-DC ...ta..i.s... F_w.w.(.u..as.bdaiy. t+dr. i.dd./a- -- -
se ..... ... by ..*, tit ttrfftbn J'iao.Nei&IM he..d.et Nd.v.C.tke_ .
.. ... i. w !talc.. at yew d.. C'slas7su ADD4IW--_ ,- ._ _
lift* **rf r iinJ 'r .. .T** M 'j jry Ns ot1
,It. ......u. Itz...", ". I.ct, fie 'N" the Ovirlookif Mvn tar T.w.aaCLi r.ats.tory,eocsi -s
d,.." .1 she sb..... she .J budsa.rt.J i P
II esu TH .4.-. . HwJly Attar the smoke .f congressional! i A
).J s! "_hei tit tmiilt _/ IN sons battle cleared thousands of stunned j

W.., fr+m tit fr+nt it* -/ ...... ., veterans starched the headlines for Ii
Urif tut* lit 4rtr'l b *rtt fr*.ktlJf word et aa expected increase iattudentt :
,it fitit fur M"*.tit tlmLt )_. tubsistnc, oa*the .J.b

training for pay the- plus blind promised end ampule automobiles i! MORE PEOPLE ARE S\1OKING

*. Blaaekard ant. Davis, the : Both bras had passed the senate by
Wt Point football rod1t1.., iaHoSyweod unanimous vote, had been ahon4arr1ed.11 !

oa regular post grad through the hens !.
lent and starring ia a movie, are ana affairs eoxnmitta CAMELSEXPERIENCE
about the biggest coiBe-oaa the film- The
However nothing: happnd
gals have gone for hi a generation bps never passed.

. Net only the :younger, starlet Inside story U that GOP YLhanebeRrel j
eat, but the established glaincrlnes
bosses ta ta* BMU* quietly
ate throwing heavy passes at them. ,
tarred taanbs down OK tat nl- -
. Dos Blanchard hat Men gain-
crane legialatioa. Strategy was
tag ground with Paramount' JeaaUarshaO platted at a Merit meeting .*
I learn from Florabal
the atepafcBcsa steering ea-
Mutt of Daily Variety a know-all.
mittM, where IndliBi's mae*.
.**..l1. tpiU-aQ reporters' reporter. try leader Chart Hillock ar. I
. Davit, Fm tipped. U doing ga4 that the Bepobtlua patty J JI
broken field
mere running.
walcfe had promised mate ***. I
ny thai tt Mad been able to. V

Tern BaD tt the China DoD It legislate, eotld at used aay : 'ho. si.ceaf., iee.eetfs .ayes f"t b .
"UI'UI Multi at
nor -
a Kart-bCed IrULmaa nom
least mat this : "
satire never east far a Chinese year. IS THE
This caused a vigorous clash inside I
eirpU. . Bet ef the M Iluta -

,"" babes ta bit shores tiac Rules Republican chairman ranks.Leo Allan ebedintiy BEST TEACHER! 1 TRtEO
U .read II months age, II -
bar married and sight are already refused to grant ncs.ary i MANY BRANDS DURING THE Ga Psj1 ..
rule to permit a TOte o* the vet
aethers. . AB bat .**, t
.sJciaa erans' bu:.. But Massachusetts' WARTIME CIGARETTE SHORTAGE
wk tepe4 a Csftta m
ta the b cs* saM v4Qitae motherly Edith KOUTM Rogers : I LEARNED THERE'S NO -
of the
chairman affairs
** they net ta tat show trtt retarsxt
tar" . The aaabaadJ taetBd committee, also a Republican, refused i OTHER CIGARETTE UKf } -
wb. waiters and to be bullied. Tor three days
perfarmars . Ball kat posted she straggled to fore tie bills bo- A CI\MEL-1 ;
ton th* nous*.
shoe that any el alt girls
aigkt biking U a male apUy Oa the *v* cf the last sessIon tU

win a* a C1l1ct moo.,lsise.at lady from aiaasachusett made a i
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goes down in the books. the lee-I' July %6. 1947. win utf antic Jtlr

GLADES COUNTY1 1 Flanders Civic Pride Is Hurt and wettest month of the Florida 25, 1949. to draw lluHrallowaafsii

With Weather StatisticsHis I year, weathermen point to the fact] Veterans discharged aftir Jsjnjsi::.;
that these averages are brought on 1947, will have two years rl'taitif> ;
MOORK II AtC*. FLORIDA because of hurricane rains and it. date of discharge to draw.. ,:-

-- - --- civic pride hurt because the no hurricane appears tile rainfall Many yet<<... BOW fe.*e riptifo
Ent *cI.condclan matter May Democrat Ust week published some Averages Should Keep I begins to fall off daring that month ender both the SerrfcesMsV.adjustment .. ) _
I. 1)27 at the Portofflce at Moor weather data compiled by a Clew- : tcward the normal winter dry Act of 194J aad ,.tt.>
Hared Florid, under the Act of I
ClII&re.. of March J. HIT iston observer Fred A. Flanders! Hurricanes Away I months. Florida T'nemptoyaent- Com*, -:
probably the oldest weather observer! ties Law. Mr. Smith ..... Heed |
in point of of service in the During SeptemberIf i that from now
1'..11..4 F..ry Fridayj years I Termination Date out on it wfl .
Everglades, conies np this increasingly importatqveterans
THE GI. OF1 PHfiT1 UO, 1- come
CARR SKTTI.E. P.bu.b.r I with Mine figures of his own war are a h"lit'\"r in the law Of War Changed By who become unenmL i-

I "In dealing with statistical data.: of a>"rages. and the weathermen to consider the expiration dent .
Mr Flanders says "it is general bave to deal with averages in a lot Congressional ActThe their rights under both prnfi -
<.fc.*rl..tl.. Rat.nO.e i ," .
dangerous; to steal in superlatives will take if they are to be assured et -
Tear ____ __ .2M' of their compilations you :
lla Moatbs __. ____ .Inl I for tile moment you state that feU only ,I heart from the belief being expressed termination date of the war imam protection under the .-j_
a quarter of an inch of rain on by some of these weathermen under the program of readjustment systems _

a certain day. some one is bound to I that there will be no hurricanein allowances for both unemployed Both news types of claims ..

refute your data with such an irrefutable -! South Florida this fall. sad self-employed veterans has been filed tbro-gh the local oftit c::>

statement as that he caught; This may be a,bit bard for yon .rlared July 25, 1947, as a result the Florida State Employment >__,._-'
eight inches of ram in a washtub to swallow since one disturbanceblew of Ourcrcssional action, Carl B. ice and the personnel of the ''%-',

8v/EANDEW1VGS in his backyard only a half a mile up along the coast of Yucatan I Smith. chairman of the Florida Industrial ices will explain the difference tln%..
I !
By Carr Settle south of your rain gauge:' and struck inland at Tampico Coa"' _. Tallahassee, .......,t t-> the amount payable, sjk'oiioa <
Flanders! I '
I I OB rainfall basis Mr last eek. from indication- unite a said today. and expiration....... Vft'1'.
alxaa itajrs he doesn feel that it is quiteeportiag breeze and as this is being; written Congress has substituted the date I veteran may then elect the aw irks-7 .
I've woudtred just what I to split a year so that it ;, another Is reported to be making of July 25. 1947. for the words I der which he desires to file hsVilaim
the fascination is about these self- embraces two rainy seasons tOj "
I I up in the gulf near Key West "termination of the war as they ,
service laundries for they're beixi figure butsubmits :
make a whopping big
Bat the weather men, and reportedly appear in Title V of the Semce-
more extensive!* used by housewives his records on a calendaryear I I
the Seminoles, are sticking to m-3's Readjustment t This means I Just .. minder Hate you __
everywhere every week so fellows
as their guns and calculations that World War II veterans of Florida ) lour pledge for the swimming nthfund'
went by Wednesday to watck theone March 1947. with a total of 8,73 I
The t" S. Engineers over a considerable xhn warrdisharged prior ro
operate that Don aad Ann Carr Inches was the heaviest rainfall for aformula _. .
number of years using
raesaUjr opened .en. that month in thirty years and; of rainfall minus exa-oration
Of course its nice to have plenty April with only .$$ inches was the have compiled graphs 01 the
of hot, soft water for your ._ma.' lightest save two 21 inches in these :
rainfall each year and on Y
fait fitted with hydrants so there'sBo 193 and .16 in 1922. Our Jane ,

water lifting and all the mess rains of 15.02 inches set an allttme years red the when R minus a barrIcaDe"fe graph has follows occur-) f: Orlando Armnturv Works
that goes along with washing I bctg record except for 1926 which had L
that followed -
the same line as
made somewhere else insteadOf 15.05 July with '43 inches was
dry years, at least for the preceding *
Armature Winding "
In fOur own home. But someway 24 inches below normal The lU6 winter and spring That is. "
it appeared that there mast be rainfall was 4.47 inches below nor- '
a..m outing more than this and Itfetak I anal while this year 37.87 inches if a winter and spring is dry and I Motor Repairing
normal rainfall doesn't begin until ._
I know aow what it u! Since I of rain b6 fallen for an excess of

women love to congregate and talk 19.32 inches through August 20 hurricane June there will is occur a possibility If it thata is I Motor Sales and Service ;_

this tried of service gives them anSMOffiuaHy I Other records show that May, .
wet-and there has never been awetter
to do so and exchange 1946 was, the hottest since 1918 : '
one than our last-no hurricane. 1
gossip as they work It doesn'tNom of
with temperature
to bother then. that they still 78 2 and an average September of last year All providing the law of I Prompt and Efficient Service On All Types '.
formThe .
holds true to
have to take the clothes home hang was the hottest since 1918, 18.6 decrees averages 4th
them wit dry them and then Iron except 1942 which topped it rainfall in the 'Glades snows Of Electric Motors.

UMW as usual .j .3 of a degree November," nu little indication of slowing np with i

anyway the new balinese has got was the warmest for the 29-year) averages for August to date being : Represented In The Moore Haven Area :i

*way to. nice start and since period and December 11'as the warm pretty well submerged-about two : '

ahfg has to be done I guess eat (9.7 degrees average, except I I inches on" this side of the lake and -( )1.--

tNt is as nice a place as can bes..tad 'one year, (931. January 1947 was an Inch and a quarter on the east X 1.' : . By

for doioc ft.t ( the warmest, 79.8 degrees for a side Through Saaday the Western :
tblrty-year record and February Diiistea had S.2 inches for the *.. Your General Electric Dealer /:toi -

Tomorrow. night concludes t"e!i with an average of 580 was the month and the Eastern Division

Metftl for Miss Glades County aadjripsurattons 'j coldest in thirty years. April with 4.89 Inches S.52 inches at Bryant: : Moore Haven Appliance Co. .1-

are being made for'I I 77 4 was the warmest in thirtyyears. being the h..iet rain last Satur -ic

tile biggest crowd at the dance in: day. The .h.. normal is about>> q : ---
E. C.
the school gym In the history ol, I Mr Flanders closes his statistical seven hKfcM. j iX.:. Byrd -F.-i-

Moore Haven dances The corosa- report by stating that his records Despite the fact that f'lot"mlh i ti I,_ I.

tin* of the Inner of the contest,.1 1 will probably check with BO OSM --_
Is slated for twelve o'clock and Tot else's which is as it should be.
.. he will continue until eleven in

order to bring in as many pennies Paul Johnson farm foreman sat '

as possible ''BUI Mailer, general manager of \Vo- WANTEDThe ;;: .i
There has been eonsldenbie in- burn -Chemical Corporation's steal.tI : :

teasel in the cowtos and I believe! here, Wt Wednesday morning tm
ft will be OM of the most successful .
I I oath Carolina to meet the prea .
means yet deemed for raising I dent of the corporation, A. G. KReimoU

aide for the pool The girls who I of Harrison, N. J.. who fa I USED TIRES

age entered as contestants are all coming here on a business vlalt.I .
rtmt sports and rep rdiws of who I I
may win they'll accept the results > ..

gracefully and help to carry the: help ont a lot and help to "'ea1the last 1000 miles the miles'
coronation through to a !laCeeMfall I spirit of defeatism-el "it can' are danger

_conclusion I be done" on the part of many tour
The money for the pool land is: people. It earn he done aw don't drive the I
. past danger point
coming ta slowly, its true and eventually will ha done.

were still a long way from our:

goal In the beginning the committee -;' Homefolka are usually the Uw PlUS UX B. F. Goodrich Silvertowns that
thought that donations andpledges to awaken to the ability of kyounger fQUltl PlilE S\UO

would bring(; the goal generation bnt. fortunate 40. outwear tires
A prewar .
muck closer; that by the end of, I ly. this was not the case with rope .now

this summer at least there wouldbe : to the three young men who eon. $ at less than prewar prices

sufficient funds to begin construction ducted the church services at tIM b I"'m.: .. : _
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w ear tt'S
but such was net the case I Methodist Church here last Sandal] \ k

.\M the fend has teen built a. t"eI I morning and fas Cle..iMon lh* 110W ANtE rOil Vchircabignurkctfof sound used....
!and way increasing slowly when' evening I regret that I, as sisal I A 81 y tAIl
""IW> considers the distance to go Ii'' was a little late arriving and ha ; '1"1 OU TIRE Off tOUR I Li On your car, it is impossible tot
detect the cooditioa of tire.
bet increasing Just the same no opportunity to hear the part i A
As chairman of the commttu.,I taken by Harold Canon and Deal ( I But we have the experience and equip'

feel that we owe it to our children:I lleflm in the service but was tab t I M i ment to examine them thoroughly: ,

or our children's children to build I that they did exceptionally well i to detect Saws and to select casings

this pool and having gore as far!' But the talk made by Milton Adktai I I suitaSle for repairing, recapping or recccJitjooing. -

as we have cannot now look back on Youth" wield have done: credt t This knowledge is esttaracaey

Children living in the 'glades should I to a graduate minister never:cl yean 1 a in your pocket, because we caa

learn to swim almost M (jnicth asI hi. elder., It... a thrill to heat give you a bigger allowance if your

they 1-Min to walk, and beiauvthtr. th'w!' "}trday's children" and i t :cs cart be nu<*c <.fc for further ose

.' is no safe places pi m i led l r'lI i make ii' realize so .(>1that oniu 1 An 1 this a.uwa....c: Limes off the

them to learn many of them grow i >n ni in;ty. (OUDty'stat. and stool t':, Jy l wcr-than-prcwat of
HI' without t'.t'r knowingit '. > i i sward on the feet of tti price
isn't too lattt... ni.IK- ,. i ; ,. *:" long! as those feet follow r! < f'opuJar-sizeJ B. F Goodrich
1 > : f r'o WIU that oututtir
'\ prtuar uns
Alton: tii' i ]1'10 d. :< O't !h. the fuirrh i. them
. T: "- new tare has a wider tread that
few hundred dl.J'.I' .ioii.i'i : \ ,1 It.:1 fioi'i HIH future
rr.c: f flush! -to-thc-road, gives greater

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""' "' .,;;Z;>- 1W wear, meted &riP. Pier sturdier
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C U.ll 11111 gutter strength tad supciness to re-

I JUt the road pounding of
i Ugh speeds.So .
: i don't be satisfied win less than

the best when the rate that oetwestt

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..t+ Q Q Q G Q G Q Q Q G G C Q C C C Q C Q Q I Q III Q I Q C lOG 0 Gel G Ie. 0 II 0 C I accecsories. : ice, led by Mrs. D. C. Mitchell, Mrs. several minutes before It broke tip

Guests Included Mrs. Felix Ux-' E. P. Ewing, Mrs. Jacob Heftta and It never came down close to the-

i zell and son Ronald and Mr. and I Rev. W. S. Bozeman. ground. While these small twistera

Mrs. Oscar Laagferd of Moore HayeD , Others attending were Mrs.W.. are seen often over the lake as

I-I' and SOCIETY ; Mrs. A. T. I'ssell. of Bonita; IS B. Irby. Mrs. J. M. Probst. Mrs. Ray waterspouts it Is seldom they are

I rhI,.. mother of the bridegroom : Yoder. Mrs. W. S. ..e.aD. Mrs. seen over land.

Calvin t TiseU of Fort Myers and Carr Settle. Mn. O. H. Missile Mrs.Staafc .

Matthew \Uf'u..r Moore H svea,: ) Waymaa. Mrs. Mailer. Mrs. lilts ItKAR hitch t"ll.\PiL

"L'.-._-,--.-L,.. ". . .. ". .iI .g g. g_ _ ._.,_...,._.x--t_ brother of the bridegroom; Mra. E Elisabeth DeteU, Mra. Harry Foster
1 L McCormick: of Tarpon Springs: aDd Mrs J.4ki.... Service win he held at fa* ekapetat
with Stalls spent the week-end I Harold Jlliae e. who recently enlisted Mrs M W txell of Durham. N eight o'clock Soaday eveattag.August .
friends in Fort Myers ia the Army w now stationed i 24. The minister Rev.
I C and Smiley Albrittun. of I Betde Robinson Gets
at Eglin FieJd. Fla.. with tb rank I Haven.MHx i Herman Dam will roadfect the _I'Y-

Bill Mailer was a business visitor of -.- His address is ScId.1, ______ _. Fan Letter From l\tarinel ice. Mr. Dam's sermosj wBt be

u Miami _._. I "D" Cllth AAF Bn and ht. aerial IHHY' l' 1I0ooU:" I I "God As Oar Father/'

na.JUU t7 AT tMHHiE-snTEK: TtK>lY "We preach the heart III the
I Attracted her which !
Mrs. J. Swmdall left Tuesday ; i iI by picture Gospel ia the heart of the IfeachHRnT "
to spend a few days with Mr. aadl Mr. and Mrs E I' Ewing and was printed in a recent issue of the
Mrs. W B. Irby. Jr. was hostess:
Mrs. M. Democrat and seen by him at Camp I'
G. Phillips IB Naples I Keith returlle4'uuda' > from Lake: I MKTHOrHsT CHIHC11Rev.
of her bridge:
at the monthly meeting
Marine from that
LeJeune, ;N C., a '
Janaluka, N. C. where they: spent i club on Tnesda night of last week I \ s. p.raprra.y "a--t.r
Circttit Judge Lynn Gerald of i the camp wrote a fan letter this weekto
greater of 1wn-wetk5 ..
part a \aatio -
I at the Woman's! Club clubhoase :
Fort Myers was a visitor here .. They also visited relative delicious : Betlie Robinson>> the entry of Church Sehosl-10: a. m.
Following the supper
Swindalls SeI'Yice'Statioll ia the
Thursday at other potato in the Carolinas. cquree. served buffet st>l.-. >*veral' Morning Worshllp--11:55 a. m
Miss Glades County.
contest for
Methodmt Church
The extends a
Mrs W m. Damron has accepted progressions of bridge were tnjoyetwith In return for a ptaHta picture the
Franklin Sheridan. who is employed couple welcome to yoa. The Chunh
for high-scoring :
prize said he wonld get to work
a position ia the Glades-Hendn I Marine
ia Lakeland wa here Saturday going to Mr. and Mrs Carr Settle School has a class fw every age
I, contest votes for her in
Abstract: office. brother.Svmaer getting up You invited to with
accompanied by his and for low score to Mr. and Mrs are worship usia
and Bettie is regretting -
Sheridan and Clew Hardak-: Eagae B. Boyles. ', the camp now the regular church worahJa hourr'.iLlx
Dr. and Mra. T. W. Weeks that the contest will conclude
er, both of Lakeland, for a fishing Others enjoying the occasions:
An were here tram Fort Myers for trip. Mra. Sheridan and Cheryl ."Ier..r. 'this week-end before the Marines
were Mr. sad Mn W. F. have time to laud and get the situation .3IEX WANTED
the week-end. reversed to Lakeland with them . and Mrs. Irb,. Mr. and .". A.
in hand i i You are looking tor Better work and
over Swaday. I G. HatcbJaaoa and Mr. and Mrs
Mr. aril Mra W. J. Bans Jr.. of Probst.IjOIn i larger income. A RawMgh business -
Fort Myers spent Saaday with V. Mr. and Mrs Ray Yoder and Miss F. M. Smathers Will Not Be '' is available for :you: if yen can
E. Arrant Miss I qualify. A postal card r..a.st will
sad Caretya BtyastIdals Wanda Faye Yoder returned last ANN cox on...:R\ F:...
Candidate for Governor bring yea full details wfchoM obll-
Friday from i six-weeks raratioa HlRTIiniYIITH PHTYMr. Ii
atlo.. Toe the stmdy and de-
sad Class Bwoher sad Eke
tear which took them to the Pacific I
cide. Write Rawlefea's Deet FAR
Hafwaker of Lakeiaad were here Coast aad as far north as Washing and Mrs. J. B Colt entertained .! MIAMI. Aug. 20-(FXS) -A8-1 Ii
tn-u. Memphis. Teen. Itpmu
Monday OB a ttehiag trta. ton. They also visited at various a large number of yoaag people I! noundag that be was i

points of interest ia other western at their home on the Government'I pressed and appreciated the interest

Mr. sad Mra. R. D. Caatt sad states sad stopped a few days inBartlesville. Reservation at Ortoaa Locks Monday of those friends who arge me to i St I.I-:--Five-room house, with

Mrm. Joe Matheaoa were visitor Okla. on their return eight honoring their daughter,i iI I eater the Governor's rate" Rep. or without furniture. Mrs. L. M.

in Miami Monday.Mra. for a visit with Mr. Yoder's brother I Lots Ann. OB her birthday !I George Smathers stated that he will I Lilly Box 212. Moore Haves Flor

-.... Harold candidate for Governor ia194S. Uc.Mark .
Card tables were arranged in the I not be a i Ida
J. H. DUtey, Mn. J. M. Coase lI"\"i.. and dining rooms and on the I i I

sad Miss Bertha Gram were Fort Mr. and Mn? John Garliek arrived front porch for the playta of: With Saaathrs definitely eel of i I

Myers visitors Tu...,. last week from London. England "Cootie." After a number of pro-I.I the race. Mtsmtsas are starting a i iI I

for a visit with her parents greasMAS Miss Louise Raaleraonwas I boom for Judge George E. Holt,'I R. Tennant
Mr. aDd Mra. Lloyd Saauaera sad Mr. and Mn. F. W. Ange Mr I'' awarded high score prise and I three times member of the lecwlatare. I

Larry were la Miami Saaday sad Garliek was. stationed at Riddle Wesley Collier received the consolation prior tod1 appointment. I u4I

Moaway.Mra. Field with the Royal Air Force]; prise .
I when the romanoe began which culminated A beautiful birthday cake wilt I Real Estate Broker

J. R. Beastey sad Mra. in Miss Tempe Ange going sixteen lighted candles adorned the TUIVTFJl hKE GLADES COUNTY LANDS

]Ii. roaatate are veiling ....U.A'I to London thirteen months ago for lace-covered table and "M cat by

for a few weeks at FMaferaU, Ga. the wedding which was solemnised Miss Cox as the grasp sg. "Happy A small tornado was observed I'I Congress hMo tl

I soon after her arrival. Mr Garltrk Birthday" shortly before noon today west of i =

Blues wads Bowdeahell sad was mach impressed with the Tutt Refreshments of canapes and: town and was watched closely for

Tracy Aage spent the week-ead In i ed States and had signified his intention Cokes were served with the birthday _ _ __ __

W.Pt lake Bssck. I of retnming as soon as possible cake. After refreshments the

after his discharge to mak group gathered" under floodlights on
Idral and Raby Bowea hare re- I his home h re. Their future platy the lawn sad played a number nt'

taraed from Qaiaey where they have not been announced.HammondUzzelI. outdoor games. a

aaeai the greater fart of the sumMr Among those enjoying the o. .'as- ai i
vtaitiag ....$..
ion were: Jeanne Heflin Bet tit .. I'll
Robinson, J ye Click Maude Click
lira Scott Carolyn ...,.at. Mar- Joy Summers. Elizabeth Jones -Tell fowling

caret Van De Vohte sad Martha Miss Freddie Bell Hammoad, of Sylvia Stalls Beck Stalls. Don!'

Dbwtt were .riaMsw* k Fort MyersMr. Moore Hare aid formerly of Arcadia Griffith Jo Aaae Hal", lI. LouiseRaulerson. If Yo'1 Tom Collilt.9
ip f. ,.T1 .*.j Dcaell. of
,.. - ..' 4 j I Shirley Cox, Lois Ann
Moore ITav Ir.1ier "mwried MadE Cos, Wesley Collier. Robe Collier ,

sad .... R. A. Williams Mr. afternoon at Arcadia Christian Donald peep.... Earl Fu""el1
sad Ms*. a. '!'. Ah.ca sad Mm. C Church b> the Rev. R. .IU.....I Bobby Sexton John Mack Bi.mr.ar. { t

C. Ktatts were visitors ia Fort pastor of the Christian Church la I Tommy W aymsn. Dean Hefhn Don

dyers Monday.Mr "'au bula. Galaasial. Billy Robinson Jimm\

. .. Mrs. fuel is the daughter of Mr I Click Jimmy Cram. Donald Far t

and ..... E. J. Bowyer left and Mrs Fred B. Hammoad longtime aam. Harold Cases Mr It W

Ueaday by ,.*.* tor a week's va- residents of Arcadia who Collier, Mrs Leonard )Stali.ai..1:' IT'S REALLYA ltKrr't hing'Pictj'p

cattoa visit to'New Orleans. Heel recently moved to Moore Haven I Mr and Mrs J. B. Cox

ton and Dallas.Mr She attended Arcadia schools.Mr. Old
y.n..1 Uzxeil has been a resident of I>OHf\S BALL 11\: .'.\HT\ Fashioned
and atl*: Moore Haven for may yean sad is OX SKYFATH WIITHPVVMn :

SOBS Jimmy and Johnny spent associated with kit brother and father \IMT THEEVERGLADES 1 1i

several days teat we.h visltiai II in the honey business here. W T Ball entmn..i a i

relatives in Clearwater.Mia The bride was attended by Mir grasp of Children at her hUt"n

Geraldine Langforw, of Moore Ha lday afternoon honoring the ..\ t nth ROOM 1 1In !

Evelyn Lyeas ntaraM S a- yen as maid of boson sad Fein birthday ..f her daughter: D<... a= 4.

day from WU> __ Va., where Ussell. brother of the bridegroom FollowIK a period of g-' m..s an<1contests

she has toe ***** trie** for was heat man. the little folks eno\ed refreshments .\ CONDITIONED \plt"tber

aJwt [Owe .... Tae ceremony was performedagaiast of cake and ire < ream fur fiDe food

a backgroand of whHgiadtoU Enlorittg the 'occasion were CarolI 'O'KT.\lL LOUNGE
tea 'I
Mrs J. C. SwiawaB afe ia tall, floor baskets and I Byrd. Sue and Sandra Sfttlf r.ra- jaigltiriClewiston

Thursday ........ She was ae- pink roes de ........ A program Ball. Eric How"' lI. \rdtn Ki .

compaated *r Nit Jilr8DJ Ryaa of aapttal music was given by fist I t el. Clyde and Itt DIlf'tb'If\. kanJI : !

sad daughter. Batty who visitedthere Laura Belle Foster pianist an i I! Lam Summers, Glen TaI I K rElinor. Inn

until s....,. Mrs. H. A. RMte.... vocalist I'sh-.J Betty sod Jerry \ ".w, .: t
en were James Keraeiraj and Bernard Jimmy and Johnny Yaun EziI.rLangdaie.
Mr. aM JIn. Mite wri Wwa BtMra. Willis. Jimmy f"arr.aa1 Hu, ,'. .! ,;
W. D. >stewe' boar from The hrid who w*. i"'n in marriage i Laura R-ll Bryant.
where ah* aas bees .
Tampa Monday. by her father. wore an afternoon .j
visiting for s-WBl mowth, ana dress of white ..hadnw rrt-" : L.Z+RRY' Haupy 11.\ P1KTY

spent ""TT! _
; Wednesday ers and she wore an rcrd! < '
H Bond to New York. I 1.. .. ri.0 Hard ..r'.r.....

Iroa business City trip also visiting for MaeMiss Umrfnr.1 wore an lee hiu4_1..4.. I... t'a p of ,hlJr'n :.:'
s-i : Jersey '
dries with a honou..1ptnk i tftf Monte Hi
his former home int'larksville. satin afternoon > "'rn.x-n at
.1 rosebuds and a matrhnijwreath t V hon.'r.> .
W. VsClaude of it yen Roll Mith a parh
of rosebuds in hw hair the foari!. '.,rTllda,. of h-r sin t ILr"

home !Oday -. Mr and Mr 1'well left in the;r I Larry
( ,*; is i ,
has bees car for a two weeks' trip toh< Games wtr played on the tats
he ,
from DeLand where LC3r: ,: au': : ..Ii,
of North Carolina am 1 I opened his gift '
ralveratty darts r mountains after which Larry I
att'ndiag slImmt'r10"stetson He rape-eta, upon their return will occupy t'ell.ew r and the children oajoyed refresh ,oj 11'<11 wit.f l t. ft tho ir .m,1.eI

the next month for thor home. The bride trailed. li I meats of peppermast lee cream ..lh .atrad.' Yoa bare same az '
to enroll again suit with Wacl t s
black coat sad birthday cake.
a smart COlliN
Call session to yaarveU. Tt.t win never p
Atteadteg were Patty Ifaitoa.Saaaa
PressJev. Garnet l.-ynn, kff. .a fcs my !Ufttf Rat save

Patty Ryan t usaa Garcia ,.. ..t aayttL.g u eat it?
Margaret Boiled, Clanr-r Seiler.!
I H r.'. year OfVrtauaity. Life is i
Linda l>-e. Karen Baumcardapr.:
Get the Habit of Shopping at"Family Patty Carr. Pat Bowyer, ETT HPWdesheO. dance c......f sit Geor. i

Larry Saarmers. Frankie ".. wilL -Mr tk... Lace _o- t t
Sellers. Ian Morrison and laity. i / '
I '-7J fuWWail VaHPaVVlBly h- 1 /1'

The IB MOU4C bL'rtLB C"L\-4-, ; I List it. ...... lit imi*****. befit

.%UD.T'I semis
+ Fart year

The Mollie Settle Class of the
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Df'pt.'I err.Store' Methodist Snaday School had its PZJ.rane _
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all-day Meeting Wedaesdat .1.fa ,
n .
} at the home ef Mrs. Gladys Stalls

with a deHcioas covered' dish "1111- ) oIIO&5d\

ells served at noel! I
I Mr*. C. H Settle led tt>? deI n. "TMrOLD RELIABLE atlaC lau {

$10 l1oretn vstI.l. there '... B- "n tr.F iatimsetad .... ....e. ........
Purchases or
Easy Terms on fist of '.1
OlU C.tT31Ot--thrr IAkiek) Items ___' thee :. .1 lfc... .* WDCSTBIAL MKJ HEALTH 1SUJtAOC E ta 1
FliQ'I staff III a ........ =yWssssa's -

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The All-Important Word

BeD SyiuttcaU.-WNU Tt.turtii .


RtltiMd bT Wectern N.wcpacer U_
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'\THEN Mark Hellinger's ,
latest picture, "Brut .

Force" was shown on the r

:i- coast two young autograph

hunters rushed up to Burt (

Lancaster, star of the filmbutas

he prepared to write his

name, they demanded "Are
you Sam Spade"" He wasn't

w they tore away, looking for Howard
Duff who is. Duff is headed foi

;.he top what with his radio show
ind the fact that he is in He:ucger'i

next picture "Naked CIty. Ors u




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Some .Ib' bise boa tbtt Collier mttttr came out, n4 <*U, Pies ,..'r. ,.u'
Real Vitality Try a Good BreakfastSee HOWARD DUFF a uo".r/.J '"ton, Job***, tbtj'ri tmtj fe f" 10.'
( recipes below.)

Morning MealsDon't belles thought Duff as "MacdufT By KATHLEEN NORRIS
"Macbeth" would be natural,, I SHOW APPRECIATIONSo
"TF MY husband only was
to family but he had to turn down that role ; many uittt complain, and
try I
argue your women -
:into eating a whopper of a break. Creamed Dried Beef and also one opposite Ronald Col JL more appreciative, and with reason tnougb, bat their
fast) Make it so on Baked Potato man in "Imagination" as some of say. only now butbandt inter till thins bat

j good and Interesting Broiled Tomatoes Garden Salad the "Naked City" scenes were to b. then ht would say something in they M tbt work
; ; that they Health Bread Beverage shot in New York. praise of what I do. It would apprtctatt ,
and sari Too
I Just can't refuse Chocolate Cream Pie -+-- make things so much easier!" worry fiw many
l married coup!.: tend to take sack
Earl Lee veteran radio actor re
it! You have that
t, may Recipe given. Women have bun laying
I found that coaxing I ently on "The Whistler," got away i ever since there have been wives other for granttd. Mess seem to
with what would have been neat bt dull and and
helps your a and husbands in the world. To ungrattful, torn
family to eat luncheon and dinner Mix corn syrup orange juice trick in any other business He por \ drudge along day after day and of then art, but the majority just

but as you may know, Jt Just won't and melted shortening and combine trayed a man who was murdered, I year after year over household dog make the effort to .
with sifted later he returned to the mike and recited U'l.h.
dry Ingredients j
work for breakfastThe { tasks, sometimes tired and discouraged ftw kind words bat tan
things that do work are variety Mix in r.- .+ his own burial service!
sometimes confident and content the whole
picture from gloom tobrigbtntst.
beaten ---+- i
food eggs vanilla : I
downright good gay
la hard. And Just a few wordsof ,
cheerful dishes and linens, and and orange l h "Philip Marlowe Dectective": ha I honest admiration and appreciation I

pleasant attitudes. Of course the rind. Pour into a long sideburns these days, because are such a bracing tonic-they On the other band, at Miss

time element is important and this greased square Van Heflin. playing him on the air, i hi woman's heart all day* Norris points out in today1
may need a bit of working on if pan. Blend topping Is also working in a Civil War picture stay a I art if It, wises ntttr to
But how return the many ttap
ingredientsand called 'Tap Roots and those many women
your folks are in the habit of sleeping think that lb.;, busbandt bit
until the last minute and then sprinkle over bushy sideburns are required for the compliment? How many wires real- ,
trying to dash off some fruit juice top of batter. role : he that men are as tired as doubtful many burdens to bear. There art
and coffee. Bake In a pre- -f- as sensitive as they How many finanfiai worries, diffifultitt In
When you sit down to think aboutit heated fairly hot . '" ." "Tarian" Is celebrating his Utt \ take time to say to the man of the busmen, I"r."hJ argumtn/t

those five minutes extra sleep (400-degree() ) oven for 30 minutes screen anniversary with "Tarianand : house those few phrases that equip in the oJfi .. Ofttn bt tttt someone

really don't make you any more Oaneal Griddle Cakes. the Mermaids" being filmed on him with the courage and strength else bring adtancd, unfairlya

rested, so get the family up early (Makes 12 to 13)I''a big scale in Mexico City Aca- he needs for the day bt btlttrtt. On top of his bt

enough to eat breakfast properly. li cap floorteaspoons I,i pnlco and Florida. Champion girl rye never had much patience bit to tail bit short of
Mother can help this along by get- I baking powder I swimmers from all over the world I with that mushy, sentimental typeof rnponsibiltty -
ting up and starting breakfast The 1 teaspoon salt will augment a corps of professionals wife who tells you that she and for problems of tit bomt.

smell cf pancakes or bacon plus the l 4 cups quick-cooking oats who will appear as mer her Douglas are as tenderly devoted Wire who think their butbandt

aroma of coffee really does helpIn I egg, weU beaten maids. Johnny Weismnller heads today, after 17 years of marital ban gay round of golf and

getting the family started on their 1 tablespoon melted shortening the east as usual; Brenda Joyce ups and downs, as they were on poker with a litllt work tn bt-

way out of bed. 1 teaspoon molasses plays opposite him again.At their honeymoon. Such a woman is Swan, art o f tee quite wrong

Breakfast should start oft with !4 cup water -+-- I either a limp, feminine burden upona Many nun art putting a trait

fruit or fruit Juice. This not onlyIs *4 cup milk a time when radio gag writers : man who carries the load for front on a painful life

refreshing but also Is a good way Sift flour, measure and sift with are at a premium, getting the highest both or she is-flatly and simply
to get started off on those vitamins baking powder and salt. Add oats salaries In radio history David a liar. If bosh partntrt in marriagt

and minerals for the day. Followthe Combine egg. shortening molasses, ; Bubhck has left the Fred Allen program I But just the same, a few affectionate would attire to show bow mutbtbti

fruit with cereal prepared or water and milk. Add to dry Ingredients to collaborate with his wife words from a busy man toa really appreciate the efforts
cooked, and this from day to I Judith on the Gabriel Heatter Sunday and
vary and I tired struggles
beat until smooth. Have woman or from a happy ntctttary in a we
day. If the cereal looks a bit uninteresting griddle night MBS programs. Except wife overburdened ftssiul
very hot for first baking 1 to an breadwinner married lift, tbtj would
fruit withIt for his time with Allen have i ii
plan to serve they I
then reduce heat Cook on one side are magic. Don't let your life JaIl, bt bappitr continues Mitt
to add a touch of color and flavor until puffed and fun of bubbles i been writing as a team for nearly I Ij go on without this special brand of Norris ,
Kind words
Eggs are recommended for break. j ten years; they did "Famous Jury art inspirations
Turn and cook on other side Serve i| witchcraft. Mlddlesge fast whether you have to watch your with butter and syrup. j Trials" and "Exploring the Un- : dleage, can grow dun and heavy making bardtbipt andjif.fifultttt .

calories or boost them. But, d<* Baked Eggs In Toast Caps. !i known." : without it. tasitr to I (". A few
serve them in different ways so they 6 -.- I words at the right time alter
slices bread may
Risk Losing Him.
always remain interesting. Then 6 i Through a Paris agent Jon Hall the whole apptarantt tbingt.
ia waffles eggs 1 has taken option two And if let ,
too you can use eggs Salt an on postwar you your husband go
and pancakes when real variety is Batter and pepper i French jet planes He will fly along for months and then years

desired. i to Paris to inspect them as soon as i with never a heartening word you
Cut crusts from bread and I and .these
new hopes
Interesting breakfast breads do a gently be finishes his starring role in Sam are risking the very real danger are not only
lot toward making the meal one to press the slices into greased I R.tzman's'PThlt Prince of Thieves," that some other women will find It a thousand times more important
anticipate with custard cups. The four corners will it Columbia. for him. If you pour his coffee with than dollars and cents, but they
extend to the tops of the custard I ---t- help a man to make new effort
delight Try a your eyes on the morning paper .
cups. Break an egg into each cup. torrid and these show right away m
brand new coffeecake The most romantic sequence answer him abstractedly or indifferently any
or toast Season and dot with butter. Bake : between Ida Lupine and when he risks a question family's budget When talk at home

some of the 'I for IS minutes in a 400-degree oven. Dane Clark la Warner Brothers' you may be digging your own grave la either non-existent, or resentful

homemadebreads Serve at once. "Deep Valle," was filmed beside a as a w1f and bitter, many a man begins to

for real Two hearty dishes which are nice 'I forest pool on a mid winter morning, \ Some day try following him look about for a poker game orpleasanter e
to serve for breakfast are scrappleand to the lady who
deliciousness. with 20 huge electric beaters door with Just a few cheerful would like
frizzled In the of words
eggs case some flowers and
Health Bread. beamed oa them to keep their teeth many a woman
Instead of
the scrapple make it the before sitting on at the table,
night downtown
goes in
1 cop sifted white flour 1 from chattering. At least, that's the a towering tan
grumbling about the !
price of
and allow to chill before frying Jam. and buys not only the
2 cops graham flour I extravagant
tory'f Some night ask him how that Collins dress
-- the hat. too,
1 yes and
teaspoon salti the
J matter came out, and add
Scrapple. shoes
i too and let
? cop sugar (Serves 6) The ten $.50 gold pieces which you're a wonderful person Johnnie. the bills It he doesn't like Brown tamp
1 teaspoon soda 1 pound lean pork Glenn Ford as a federal judge ; They're lucky to get you." Some them
lli caps soared milki 1 cup corn meal offers as a reward in a scene in i! day ten him that you told a less One husband years ago turned
} cup molasses 1 teaspoon salt "The Man from Colorado" have a i fortunate wife that you and John I at the door as he left a troubled

Mix together the dry ingredients 1 teaspoon powdered sage history. Dated 1862. they were I were closer today than 10 years I tired woman behind him "He ey."

Dissolve soda in soured milk and Simmer pork in water until coined at the first mint in the state j jI I ago. And some day say one of those he said "this U a mean sort oj
add the molasses Add Uquito meat |I' and were loaned by the Colorado things that stay with a man time. But well get that Urine nM
falls from bones. Remove even
meat '
dry ingredients and mix thoroughly. i Historical society If he bever could express them him 1 and little Daffy will get Oftt her
and bones. Chill broth and
Pour into two greased pans and remove ,j --.- I self. Something like "1 want to bronchitis, and well be in the cwa-
fat. Measure I of broth add- you
bake slowly in a slow (329-degree) if Add, j' Murray L. Hitch handsome I know that I appreciate what you do. try some day. and m never !target
oven for IH hours. If desired raisins ing water and cook necessary. cornmeal young bus driver and ex-merchant : John. That it isn't all easy for you, the way you pulled your we3 t
and/or dates also be add- frequently film break nowNShe!
may i marine gets a as
e an with today's competition and Jackeon
thick. Grind -
until or chop meat fine {
: ed to the dry ingredients when a actor in RJOXa "Your Red Wagon." didn't
and add to cereal with salt and I being so ugly and the new offices need any more. Sic
i fruit bread is desired. This is delicious Hired to drive his company's bus not being done." Some was on wings that day
sage Pack in a loaf bread pan day say and for
as toast or sandwiches. and chill Slice and try for a sequence in the picture, he I in his presence, to the children "Do many days. She reminded ft
Orange Cetfee Cake. i, attracted the director's attention, you realize that you have a good years later, when they reafly"
2 caps sifted floor Frizzled Eggs. got a bit of dialogue. daddy t.. have a country home with eij ;
salt (Serves I) --.-
)i teaspoon These such trifles. racing about It. and when
are tie
3 teaspoons fcakiag powder }i pound chipped beefS Just before be directed "Deep They don'tpaJ budget wasn't a ftery-e'ed
bill don't
tablespoons butter they put the car In inter
M cop cora syrup van., for Warners. Jean Negulesco who crept i out of the shadows
4U order or take up the sitting
I beaten room "ffY
eggs married actress Dusty Anderson.
jaieeX month but
cup HUrt a respected
don't make tried
carpet Mother
}{ teaspoon pepperli The usual photograph of Sic
eggs, beaten bride. went back in her
increase meetor1es
or Dad'a
1 teaspoon vaailla cop milk groom and best man (Jose Iturbl) yousger, salary. city flat two Kk cMWYegering ... qk b e

1 teas,... grata orange rind Cook dried beef in butter u&tt ras sent to bar relatives in Niagara Inspiration and Hope. blow of a heavy and pug-

U cap melts or substitute slightly crisp. Combine eggs, pepper TaUa. They telegraphed: "We law Or do they? In the last analysis) I Pected bill her own tam. ....

{' iS : and milk and mix ..! Pour your husband In a picture last night think they do and perform a hundred days at the office for her hard

:;, UblespMas grated range rind over beef and cook as for scrambled and are very lid you married such more miracles as weH. The rain faUing-and the smtfe fyent' ,
M tap sugar eggs. Serve garnished with a talented pUnist": The bride Is courage they put into our hearts doorway and the words Mt
1 tesipeosi aiaaamem test points and parsley.: still explaining. the lift they give to household tasks ried her over the flood Kk/tsL e.,.

r; 1 fabkgeee repel sitter e ..:....*to Weston H'vif's'r Pa sa. the! doers they open to new plans j of a strong and tovir gFor urn, trip


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TOWn "" 1': mile Awhll (

T H1.GS "' dln oasts .,.,..

Rf! malt ad ** ...... VTt trait per

WASNINZTON ...... .l tbtmfl that others 0.....
Sum UpIn i Following Directions Wy ;. h4 ibtt tiub p..,...,
IPel.aNd tin aside of Inntbton forty tbt Two ants on a cracker box. One base a fix lUnvmr ./ utmb vt

young trutron been an emtnoia crab ant was running poll melt and the sees tire titer tsung tbUtntt,h,..
Ity Western NswiDaoor Coloa. On the Farm Front in the ktUbtn."Mart other called out "What's the
dishes, Wary*' tbt caked Oft*. I rush?" tnuft tbfl M.. cue, wont, team
'Luxury Trains'of 1893 DESPITE the fact that theeconomy .S.. maim' ," tamt lit ft ply. Itu.* "Can't you read'" panted the ..... Tii.,. .bt feed ttt>>.Ht t

FIVE people, three women and twt drive of the 80th first ant. "It says to tear along straggle or HKTtfut, or were, tutni- i
men, were seated around a dinner I congress was made largely at The modern borne is the place :j' the dotted fate." I ly prose uortilea; otlrmetu iomtr \

table at a Santa Monica, Calif. i the expense of the farmers where everything stops when the i ow wo.u b"a pat .t.good 1FgMt

hotel The occasion was a modest and the consumers in the country electricity's cot off. I' Plenty Proof I 1 0 bold OIl 0 tbtm.

celebration of a fifty-fourth eddies I there was ample evidence in Going arosad with"the girls a It a onlj the 1i.,. sr* d.reiap,
anniversary. The five had partio the Full Credit lot keeps you young nJ toiled .
closing days that a new leader '" acquire ibrfnib ttvjf.lttermr.fi
pated in a wedding breakfast in Cfti- ship m behalf of the farmers of the j -What are all these quotation II "How com .,J bard.pplitettcs.f pen.ser.ace.sd
cago 54 before. marks on your examination paper. "I started going around with
rears The
"' conversation nation was evolving from the struggle **+. tint puna .
four when I
Jones! them was
yean ago
. .; harked back to condition: for economic survival insofar lstisg ..1-
of 1893. as "Courtesy to the boy on my a freshman... I'm still a fresh- ,'
government cooperation with agriculture -
"I frequently recall the wonders : is concerned right sir. i man. ,
to me of that trip from Iowa intt Actually, although some 238 mil ---I ---' '

Chicago." said the bride of 54 yean lion dollars *as slashed from the j Information on How !I
seemed so lurunou agriculture appropriation bin and RUB
*. and" it went so fast it seemed an all-out fight was made against To Raise Your Dog

to fly farm credit and farm cooperatives -and parents approve this laboratory-pure,
"1t was luxurious for that throughout the session, agriculture t. -
Jay," said the bridegroom of 54 leaders won at least a moral vic foil-wrapped,quality bubble gum!

years ago "but it was hot and tory. (I) by reducing the GOP cuts ,
dirty. It Jaoa Norm owned: QUEEN BUB in Rent contest,
was not vestibuled it
: os nvc "I ret bettor an the time with BUB." And bee
was not air-conditioned; one of 6R066uIT; STILL ON HIS FEET SlN'NG father, Mr Georra Norris wyK "Jaiw ha taught BM'
the coal oil lamps, with which to Mow bubble.I recommend the port to every grow.-
the Pullman was lighted, was lip! I also recommend BUB for quality and purityr

smoking badly; there was no I BUD meet aH Par Food reaiura-

push button with which to call I I1n menU-. It On**mad matt tuutarj entirely cottdtttontl m the US.A..odor .

the porter. We did not have to
LITTLE k.". wage is a dan- < deafer doe not hv SUB Be b-
dinner A
carry our in a box for
,, send a* In* BUM and address
w'hen it to
th.rg c mes
that train did hare
one of the year name and address aDd I
marvels of transportation at that treating illness. If in dr-bt about will mad yoa ft package ft '
time a dining car As for speed, what, ails your pet better can the BUB Bubble GaIL Tb offer .
it averaged nearly 18 miles an veterinarian Many diseases, however 1 LihieGem. Aa(,31. *47 only

boor. are simple to recognize and '
treat by yourself. :
"It was a wonderful breakfast wi . _,
had that morning we arrived and :
Steps m treirn,=t ofra"< doss
y wonder any of us could now pre agr.cl..lt..u-e alF''aiarse' :rs f, .rn disease is given in oWeek., ./ Newspaper c ....n.w.. .;
!:" pare such a breakfast on a wooc 40 per cent to 18 per .:-en!. '2 by Service bo. i-e* N{ 78. Oven tit fi V M !
diet t- usebre&Mnc tea( '8 tr:'ks etc. i tie t. star
z. burning cook stove, put in the'I keep.ng farm ..red: banks on an Send 23 ce-ts for -How t* Kais* ,.I. r........,....y 8 VBBt?a \t Ta.t
bride independent basis and ((3)) by again aid Trill Taut Oof" to weekly Newspaper t-oI ,.
Service, 2U West 17ta SL, New 1
"The people who were there were off the : Y
staving attempts to impose York II, N. T Pi-t mi.ie. actress.be .
rare the bride and tofcaefroorrwould farm e.. oei, s..PW..tiA
various forms taxation of .kC t -a aiJ No W. ,
come out from tat station it cooperative .

a hannotn cab, but you did not. yen While the brat of the battle< !
arrived in a one horse hack I was against submerging agriculture A

waiting for you on the front steps" was borne by such senators as .1

said one of the dinner guests a bride Russell of Georgia and Rill of

:96 years before. "Of course yen Alabama and by such congressmen YOU ALWAYS GET
couldn't phone when you reachedthe as Flanagan of Virginia MNOW

station, for only the very rid Cooley of North Carolina and H

then could afford a phone" Rees of Kansas, several new .

CRUDE BUT HAPPY LIVING figures have emerged as farm

For wen onto three hours thOM champions. Aiken of Vermont THE BEST: BUY ATirtton
five people talked of the Joys and always has been considered a

griefs of living fan that time. more friend of the farmers

than half a century ago The bride New names which have forged to

told of the housing shortage in Chicago the front are Young of North Dakota

caused by the opening of the Boshfield of Sooth Dakota
Wcrld's Columbian exposition early Dworshak of Idaho and Thye of

in June AH three women had been Minnesota *

brides of for that period reasonably e

salaried office men who had Same Old Cycle
earned in a week six 10-hour days. t
what a trained worker in any trade Tmrmtn. cording la rtportt,eri utlb-
boUtng ubtft from market tn she toft
would earn in one six-hour Cay a1
of bfgi>er tnd bifhtr pries sttbeufb the
this time price 'o *, is ., ." .JUHru bigb. Reports
Those three brides of half a ..,b.,tbt groutn... pt&ng *P the nttfu i Con Buy
cefttan' ago and more compared btt crop throughout b. West eel YOU
the drudgery of doing the Soutbv ass tn b.rk).rds, on tmptj lott on
family wishing in a wash tub. streets, i" tmpty btuUtngi whores tr pea I luxe
,blt. This u rrtmmsftnt .f the .**** tttiniuMt .r De
rubbing scrubbing on a
ia about a tsar "'0. Wit." ,oradreteg.
washboard, with the automatic .she frees geed by uttbboUtng @Sft y f'
washers and ironers of today. ku mt from f,urr< wee lost tn tnbttqntvt \ weI1bnn '
They recalled the cleaning of higher ,n.. of lnt,,g. Ttt setae ML >> .

lamp chimneys, the filling of tbtng utU bt true tn uttbboUtng ubtatfrom ;/ MONS '

lamps and the trimming of tIe _f". A

wicks. AH five, women and mesa . e C H titei .
remembered with a thrill the

evenings they spent together re..Wnl
The big money lobbyists absent
around the organ, played bf)thl JjWORn
In forte for the past II or 15
daughter of the landlady with
had both feet in the doorat
whom the host and hostess of years ARE
the end of the first session of TIRES
the day had lived.
the 80th congress. When the sec USED
They talked o' the delights of Chicago ond session starts on January (, YOUR to us

when the city had a populationof IMS. the predictions are that \ MORE

about a quarter million people. they will move an the way in for fORr

and now nearing four million. The the kill. U this happens, we win TODAY ;
women talked of clothes, of those E 'N
see a reversion to the governmental COM / j
wild aad woolly Chicago days when policies of the 1520 : SAVINGS I I"a ) t
women were not permitted to appear '
on the streets wearing skirts . e ;.: BIG :
that were not down at least to the ,.' ;

shoe tops. Menace to Rights ..:"'.... 'w -

Considered on the basis of today's evident in the 80th !

standards, life was crude but it wasa THE,hysteria"" over communism has t PAY-A S $ ; :

pica sing memory. They did not led tD a state cf affairs even to In- A S

have automobiles moving pictures. troduction of bills such as the Rees LITTLE .
radio cr television. Homes were
bill which are t
not with the thousand and
reminiscent of the
one gadgets that make life easier
today. The difference between 1893 infamous alien and
sedition laws of ISO A
and today mark some of the progress -
America has made in half years ago. \
alien and sedition
a that has nowhere flf.YlIl
century; a progress
laws, passed in the
tear been ecjualled in any
wake of the Revolutionary
other countrY in the world. But this
war sent
is America. it America .
must keep
thousands of good .. iiq7
and not try to imitate the back- American citizensto ;.
ward nations of Europe and Asia
and to
jail even
. .
death for saying

Third Party DangerOver what they thought YOU SAVE 4 WAYS:
the I reported under the constitutional right j
many years t a
national political conventions of both tree speech. Newspaper publishers '
major parties I witnessed political likewise were Jailed under these StUNI with Fireitona's new ti ti

disasters caused by a rule or ruin laws. This hysteria or obsession Incongress : low prlcat. e... 4U
had driven men out of the
minority In some cases in both
parties, it meant a split with a government service and branded Saxe, with our liberal trade- THESE FEATURES:

third party in the field AD such incidents them as disloyal for no reason save in allowance
a/ 0. t* 11% sTaoNNR Haw seed
they had independent or unconven- kWy gives
led to disaster for the party =
... ...
SCUtI artro. pralsrtiaa last k .saps
ideas. .
involved, with no possible Chance tional mora on m I .... and .

for the election of a third party I The Bees bill. passed ky the ,(4 safety. J
the aW. .. M% MOte *K>M.tn AM US. Haw f.ALOdp '
ticket It looks though : the _
now as boose although act ky senate ..
face such a s <>CUtllImo and trouble f''ed s..e. ..".' usxtLa ... saws ...- .
Democratic party may would even deny mea . :
split next year The followers of charged with dlstoyalty the age .., ... tho eetlv.nl.nt fadsMt aUMtof. ;
the nomination .. .. *2 MIIUes WNee lessee treed sad
Henry Wallace demand old U confront their ae-
of their favorite or else. Wallace ; cmsen right aad answer specific f1re1t0fM avd gtt Pia.. ....... .:...... ,....:... ....... 1

third ticket win insure I the whispers g : U
on a party charges. It substitutes -J
the election of a Republics .* stool pigeons for ,ri- -Fs
president It does not call for apolitical denct admissible ta tewt.

seer to see that result .


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PAGE EIGHT YIil.tY..1car 22. 1947
t.LADKs COUNTY DKMOCIIAT ___ _- -- -_ - -- -- t>;

and genial M :M. (J -ida sehaaU has been completed, ...1 i i Ice. furnished by aid local v I.

Sergeant Click Says I 1 \ice-president of EAL. k.roet'l prospects for a fairly strong team chance thrown: the Arcadia following Avon Park B* j

ship were Chief Pilot ; look good I (Maude. Bowling Greets, CtesrMIEverarlad
I I ..s fort )ly r.L Fort I
Co-Pilot Frank .lle. Lake Placid
nod Reach, I.

Vets Ready To Fight!! Climbing to an altitude of 20.004) \,71111 MF p'IITITst1MF1 T.1'1i TPReIaT2a I I .(HaYt loedAt>*n.. Nap"". I>K..eCTOeee and I

and place and
feet in a few minutes we leveled II said tsar you
I parties Interested will he _
s oft and headed for the Magic City TO WHOM rr MAT CuScaltlt. to be tudp... ...eIntend a*JupBorteaity .
i speed of from 300 U Notice i* aerrtu fl\'n that the oafoiigned. to I II
Fling at a
Big Payroll Wiped Out t, 1 ., ; :: I' ..: < carder the provision ofChapter I j rpnrtter who MteaWi
and I
miles. hour
Tent at vslam I lor .i mni.i.: .. slit as high aa 4ID SS9&S. Laws of Florid Act I ......t heart** wtB a* Si
By Bad bucking stiff .......... we mad* of 1,4L will roister with OK Clerk qatft4 teaturWah coils Ubtrta to a \
Legislation i vt.ir tall for a hich.-t j..r. : ,il; fund: 33tuinutes .>f the Circuit f.(m, In and for parties appearing la said __. .
.11ea.. 3 hours .
millage and a propoiuonat"h.\ lower the l.lse air nil,,,,,. County. Florida, upon receipt gether with at taut sin cop ** of east !
Commander Says I lad 59 sefosdt. Capt of.proof "f puhltcaUo of this notice exhibit for the onuntesion and M* .
mil last' hate I the .
bond to oxer He the fictitious name, to-wit: taff
Rickenhacker was disappointed MOORE HA VEX APPLIANCErORPORATION or the apottcatko and ;
all miliage the Same, a total of .. Three copies
had expected to complete the his accompanying txhtbiU are MI tie w !
(Clewiaton News) twenty-five mills. Since the homeowner bulnpm the ConnnlMrton in Tal I
31' under which we are engaged It. Ute office of
hours and
la a rapid-fire talk before thClnrtaton I pass unit the bond nullagtHiHr torte flight in 3 at Moore Haven Ftorida. That labasarr. Florida. and ....SO ... inspected '
minutes the parties interested in said btutnrr during office hour bmy in-
Lions Club at tb. niunrT taw should lot' I'Om..whatImH'r are .> followOl *: ters ted rty.wanly I
en at Clewiston Inn The millage will prohahl ly; "What was it like? everybodj ..nn T. BrowerThi.tn.T the band of the Kxecug
Thu'-'i That's a hard question tc E Markette ties Bccretarr of the Florida Ra ,... .
fay noon, S/Sgt. Wendell <'!i, K ( b. set at the next m..tiYJIt. asks U N. Davis PW lltilihea '.._1..0. a. Tat i

:..1 h. putt announced that the Moon, The commission also sat Tuesd; answer. Yon don't nee anything: but Dated at Moore Haven, Florida. thislist labapee. Florida. thin mil daoff. i

H. -n \ FPost, of win-1 l, h,. board. th> fleecy clouds a mile or so below lay of.. Vuftust, 1* night a* an equalization \nf s.. : s;-pt. 5. tzf .
You don t hear anything foi .. : lEariutlvr I
'urnnrrli r. will cbampit t'a < aum Lit meeting; having been earned ovei you. I I S,1'rei If) i
, fishermen L. 1 you art in a soundproof cabin Yon
+rdaJ on from Monday night but aq complaint .AuK 12 iI
i" 'e and St. John'. Ri.r I in tat. assessment.- sere enUied. just" relax and enjoy the hell out ol THE 4.ISM I IT rut MT" SITTUVSCLPTM TMlt': I
is the I can express It. JlfMCI ('tH4'CI H' tNF1.eub
it, I Dilly way
i iJ11ortlc5R
:1 s necessary we' will! nlis either written ur oral itn yes N.4Y01Ietxn. : l

,'d 1 lor every veteran in the Matt' --- ---- I If you want the same experience .\ 1Ht\t- t Tallaasserr. Florida' ,i

,. Imda I, to have the amendment go plank yourself dews in the moo tNOTICE I'
ScHool Pupils- chair In the house un ulW'l
\'. i ', !h>> bars net fishing in the lakeside' comfortable :1.lAi WIt.LERSITCINPlaintiff. h-"o
tie kick off i* that th*
> .< said Sgt Click Loosen your ; Trustees of Internal IaIpro\l'mf-'rJ

< "",.iaS before the club t'uiunI.1.y Continued from Page 1) if you want to. Tarn on tb FANNiE VS I'AVIS VSOIJ.F.RSTBIJj.. Fund of the Stat of FtoTMlH Put+ i
Get a big glass ol to Law. wilt offer for sate f
the fiery red-leaded exaargeant. tificate at registration. A chub air conditioner DefrndantIiTif1 sling ttA
eb|( tioiis only w TirHikiasif.
now a prominent dalrjfatsaer. born after December 1, 1'41 cannot fresh orange juice a good cigar OHIII-K\ : tltH TO IM tl'PEK III.l('ATII ids at U S* o'clock A. M. Btyttsaanf I.

told the members that hitorganisation enter school this year sales your favorite magazine. Drink youi TO 111.... Fannie Dark .. U..rateinS
47. for the land M GLAD]
2 1>
he is six of before December juke, smoke read and when you ( Bristol lrtrerlBrooklyn follow {
neither asked nor exTaeted years age N. T rOCXTT described as : |
1. 1947. get sleepy pat a comfortable pit lou Be innif at the Northwest Vetner .
be4r from the non-political I are hereby reuvtred to file an i

afO.'. hat that any advice would be The school day will begin thfa low back of your head and go U crllted appntranrr in.. 2Ind the day emrt September.above de-. RK*. of ii Sec Rant 11.r.r.: Ia. .4*. %MasK j.nth, tdtaa

asset welcome from Individuals in year at 8:3' and ran to 3'3 art I sleep When you wake up hnngrj I 147. tl.nthh. Coantf Court Hose In ; thence South.. degrees WEat.

the audience teat'hers will be naked to he on han l press a bntfrm and a beautiful girl I Moore and thereafter Haven Blades to (II*County such defeneca FtorMa, aid.Section along
Tim somelxwljT Phi Something from eight clock nntll four o'-', will bring yon a wonderful meal! ro,> may dviiirc at toe advised to South w*.t Corner of tlaetM V 4f>
to thcheek. < the wit above eatltled.whtca aka Section IS. and ... sTaW
bring to
and forget
hot respeuse
clock. piping
There has been a lot of talk i .a. suit for divorce OlnaesCowMy beginning thence South M a>>
bt the pros and cons of the cast Miss Carol Norton was errs eous Nothing will disturb yon. Democrat la hereby deat ast- grits s' Baat. Situ feet; theses

Mer since it broke" Click said. ly reported ISM week aa a hlgl If a baby starts to howl or your ed as the newspaper In which this or- South feet thence 45 degrees South W$J inaviiss Baa*. ...9fWet. ..
der Mall be published onee a week ;
"Now It'. time somebody did some school teacher. lasted". wit seat-mate becomes ill they'll hi for four eoaiaecutlTe week Herein ....,e fert theses Itorthd I I

ttria<<. Inasmuch. these lawi teach the sixth grade Mrs. D. E quickly removed front the mart cabin fail not ender penalty of default.DONE ...--.of r Wt.beginning MSJS, fM coatehmhnt to tbs
: : ANt ORDERED at MoorrHaven. point
were slipped through while a lot Griffith and Mrs. E P. Ewtng will to a private drawing room. II Blades I'ountr. Florida thl .Ia acre, more or leas. ALSO I

.f as were away fighting against have the two first grades; Mrs' yon want to stretch year leas, gel; Itth day of August 194?. BeRinntBK of Section at the 1'Xorthwcst. Township Corner 4*-
Just such things, it seems to me it'i Mack Greene, second grade Mrs up and walk to the lounge. It is 'lrk of Circuit Court. South Range 31 Mast. Tnllaka- I It'

wn to the veterans to take .p tb B. Norton Jr. third trade; W'j roomy and comfortable and yon cm Glades County. FloridaK see Meridian: UMK South S degrees
F S Scott. Deputy Clerk.COL'SE BaM. aloes the West '
tight against them We returned. grade; still a vacancy; and Mrs freshen up if you IIke-\lIeatIo8.1 A JOHN.S boundary of aM fcetion U, I

TW* knowing what kind of legislation R Yates will have the fifth < .1111 bts No .. Solicitors for I'UinttffAug of-Wajr line of State Highway 'Me.
behind our In high school W 8. Damron Fasten your seat .ok-I
being passed
was :t. i*. Spt 5. I:. Tl and the point of kactatntnsT: I
hacks. We learn that laws have teach mathematics Tom Moye ing" And that's about all thence North *: degree Sr Bnat,

been enacted here in Florida which languages; ; Miss Myrtle Bonldin. to It. : al n- said South m jkt-.(Worth-Wajr !
lire, ... feel; thane
I'f'"Ht honest men from plying library and English Miss Andre; After traveling in one of tbosei 'IiTI'II>. MS I 74 decrees ST FASt. UJ.Jt feetto I

their trades, and making a living; Coulter, social science. Mrs Bradford big ships it isn't hard to understand I I tlOHIUl l.nC'.IT HIIHI\I,... I2ITIIIF. > A IM III.1C', aid the Section Souths-t I*: "orner theMe Lot leash S, of 1 !

for themselves and their families'' commercial subjects: W O why Capt. Eddie goes aroaad will ITII.ITII-.X 1IMwiaa10\ i a.art.. r last 711 SS foet. theses j

As an opening wedge In th.. fight, : Whittle vocational agriculture' the buttons popping off hill vest.' -f_ I West, im.n feet; theses llwths ,
l\THt: f III \T' TFI.IPHe\I: ."\11'' r w est. ItTJ fact tohe
Click has already proposed that bit : There is.stlll a vacancy in the home< I'' It Is truly a wonder ship that affords T.:' .)(.11 U'U 1011P.t\i 'I ( degrees paint of beginning ......- II

Past at lfopre Haven enlist -the aid economics department the traveler the utmost it Farr Myers. Florida I Ins 1177 acres more or toes <

.f every YFW post in the state toes Boys in the grades; down to th< comfort safety sad convenience j all elber 1.lrr"'r.and parses I, th Th. advertising Purchaser rl Is>llt.I required to par i

.eavor to have 'the amendment fifth grade will have an opportunity Eastern Air Lines bas purchased U I I THE TRrSTKKS OF INTERNAL: IM- I

barring commercial fishing repealing this year to obtain some instruction of them for express runs between I StlTh'1-;; ..< I" t. i.\ :t.\,. iti, .t Ih. rtoVKMEVT Ft'M' reserve the right I
!-'I..r..1" iii"I lr., d ,n.1 l '"thl.1 i'tilittr" r,'J I'r1 nv in manual arts Mr. Whit, Florida and the North. These greai I t"J ; :
in by I t ?mmia..iun will 1.o :,1 punt.. hr..rina I:1' < >KI Hf th. Tiut.- of the
Patrol Inioltcul tie There will be no football lean : ships will bring thea.a.ds of tour .i II". ,'.n.,1 H..u-'it. 1-1 )l.ri 11".1 I In.i.r % m' in F'ihd..t the 1"I
FI".J, , t 1" 1 :St TI ,-I n'. i It-I,.r Hi.riri") !
Stopping commercial fishing on since there are not enough boys tats and winter visitors to the state .. pt.n,,1., I 'I ..'i ',. I ,.',. "." Ml: ."tf . ,lull" ,.\.rnor. :
available. Principal Monies stated -, in the months ahead. .t I I" t , "'.n . r '.p. net,} To' ,
lake m..o"alDee August 1 has 'i'1. '" .. 1 FI .., ". , ., 1
1' I'
already coat the area some S88.to ,- 'even for a sis-man team Thanks to the Constellation anti l '1.. _" " ", 'd.r '" I I. 'i. ' I I 1und.. j'
':II'! I 1: J

TMs by BO means Inconsiderable Kelly of 1M'....... a graduate of I IBoPtIll8HCktan now hat front 3 to S hours away

be ele the nation's moat populated , -- ," -,... .. .. ... - "
will the from ...
the daily 1 I ':'' ,,,
ails represents averagff ._ ___ -.e' _- _ _. "-:-="" ," '':' -
$11 which about 400 commercialtmhermen mentarjr teacher at Booker T. Washington centers An executive can leave

have been realising from school while Ethel Grant of''. '. his New York Chicago. Cleveland or I I

heir fishing in Okeechobee alone Manatee will have the Bsstbo. Detroit office at noon, sp,'nd t the! HOMOGENIZEDITAMHTD'MILK

school S..IIIo. graduate ot week-end In Jacksonville. Tampa '
"it lint going to be long; before I
eancellatiot Methane-Cook in Iwytonanother Miami or Palm Bench and be bark I'
tb* sad4tea of that payroll
to going to make itself felt \ teacher IH yet to be hired I' in the office Monday morning!: witha '

for the Washington school sailfish under one arm aDd H has: I
throughout the Everglades No eee-

flea of the size as this one in which of tree-ripened oranges under ilu. I

'We five can have a payroll of nearly i i.r I' other. And Other AU;. Products
._ _:- _._' ..." under the of tin'
a milUen and a half dollars removed -;"':-.<-"-:M'MX"M.:..;---=--:..:. ; .-. > .-.c" Standing
without feeling It. Every In- I' big ship I couUa'l help bat won AVAILABLE AT YOUR

eJsjstry. eery aenhaat. and ecrvttlzen I der what the Wfftffct Brothers would II III

can expect to feel the pinrh Too Late To Classify say If they could nee It, for that
.* this removal before very lung wing-spread! measures 1O U; feet

Guests who heard Sgt Click Hv FU'SSKI.I KAJast \' !I Just three feet longer thaa the total I

formerly of the 1st Cavalry. make i distance flown by the Wright DRUG STORE
the statement that the VKW would .;..c. (--H---X--O---<-----X II in their first airplane 41 years ago ,
I I ,
In the doneto in 1903: Its tour 2.500 horsepower .
Jain fight to see Justfc e about the time I get the I I '

the aet ffhermea included R. J.
SchtoeaVr aDd ht. I. Keea of Pa- more power than does the giant
I seen things something always happens -
lushes Jack HoUingsworth of Belle Diesel locomotive that palls New I .
to upset my egotistical- i
(lied.. sad. Joe Orifftn of Clewiaton.th . applerant'p York Central's Zth Century Limit

latter representing the eom.tereial II ed. i
until It actually happened
hermen'8 associatien Maybe I'd better not become too
anyone had told me that I would
be in Tampa Miami. Jacksonville. overawed by tbs Constellation for i Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

One Killed- Cleveland and. Detroit the aIM daj I seem to have heard somewherethat West Palm Beach Fla.
Howard Hughes Is building a I ,
I would have toM them they wen _:
plane that will make it look like a "
as nntiy a a teag-oli tree.
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Yon see it happened. like this Mjfriend. school boy's model u _
were takes from here to the Sugarland <
Captain Eddie Rk ken backer -
Hospital in Clewtston by W i
of asen Air Uaes. got himself Florida MilitaryAcademy I .
C. F....*.. A report from tbLospital -
a new toy the other day aDd I _ ___ ':
this morning Is to the .f
he invited me and a few other folk: Is Well
feet that the all eitent of MrsBauraat's II

injuries and those of tb to with COIN It. over and help him play; I Staffed This Term ; GLADES THEATRE

1.U t(8t child are Mill unknown.
Tnto new toy was a Lock hew -
Mrs. Baucam had OM arm broken I ; ;
Constellation Luxury Airliner the Commencing its fortieth year -. \

and is Injuries being X-rayed The for youngest possible chile internal cost a million attackers and is the,I tember 4. Florida Military \< ad ; Moore Haven : : : Florida

latest thing in commercial air tiny expects to have a banner rear.
Is also being X-rayed for ioterna'Injuries
transportation equipment. Colonel Walter B Metsdels prexi-
and had
and broken boaes
Hopping a SUverllaer in Tampa !I dent statesHaading .
xome severe lacerations: Lois, th<
was in Miami in an hoer where' I 1 the academic staff u I SUNDAY and MONDAY
eldest, suffered a severely lacerated
.. Joined the grasp ready to leave fobDetroit. U.-Coioaei Pant D. Maiden senior
band and leg white Frasces Is reported
la. little over an beat school principal who has his mast
In (tood soil*.
we were in Jacksonville when er's degree la eiacattoa with several -
The train Is said to hare travelled Lauren Hucnll lull
becoming others Joined our party. We ate I years eiperfeatce as print ipalIn '
lor distance before
In&eh about 2eW9 feet above Weal northern schools before his entrance -
of the accident and then
aware Virginia, or at least that's when into the air corps as meteorologist '
to the scene to give all I
it. the tine the war. Assisting
we started to eat By during IluI"III.rllloglrt
The accident oenredabout
we'd finished we were preparing to him will be an academic staff composed -

six forty-fire land la Cleveland. More dfetingniehed .I of men with excellent educational -
ambulance from Sebrtag arrived -
Aa .
guest boarded the plan background and eipertence -In-
about nine o'clock for
here and In a few minutes we were The academy is the only resident

Keene's body winging our way to Detroit But I one in the state of Florida with a

this was Jast a preliminary; the real f Junior Reserve Officers Training Tin

It City Commission flight we had been invited to take Corps and it has been awarded the

I was scheduled to start the next I higheet government rating for the .

(Continued from Page 1) I morning- the first non-stop hop I year 194C-4. Six regular army

I from Detroit to Miami. men make up the staff of instructors -
whkh could not be found when : BIG
met The history-making flight got in military science<< and tactics
WM done IB 1>s7'TOess
3 U* may be lost but sufficient I inderway at 8:58 a. m. the next I Jake Waiter: former athletic director aSLEEt'nd

must be kept In the sinking morning. Aboard the hi? Meek air I at Clearwater hih school

taaitj 58 passengers and a rill serve as head of the athletic
them hould they ever qUl'f'nere
but Xo rover I daring the codingaefcatastis Fox
payment. Other crew of six. In the party department
rut.te4 tr I
L II on the tees and radio !&&>. ..,ant ".. jar whatfe commences
titJ btebte4ntll water, officials and of carse oaf hosts, --e f. MSL **1I1e of
In revenue cerl ity _<
wkkk hl bald -
,last to W government sad has, ?apt Eddie Rkkenhayker( president. Ja'" :wli i...s l1n Flor -.+

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