Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00208
 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 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: UF00028301:00208

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;t Coast Line Gets Permit :I Mrs. D. C. MitchellTo Rail Commission Gets

Succeed Mrs. Lois I

t To Build Okeelania Line Sheridan As City Clerk Telephone Rate Data

I :Mr I). C, Mitchell this week accepted a
of City Clerk Decision To Be 1ladeVithin'
WA HIGTUThe: 1r:1"r-.d. position
Commerce communion last Tu Firemen Enjoy Rib I which has been va('at*>d by thereat Second City Pump

day authorized the AUaaik CoastLine I Roast Near Locks ttton of Mrs Lois Sheridan j: Now Being InstalledIn i \ 60 Days
railroad to build IC-mile ex-' who has hejd the position for about i On Rates

tension of its cyatea into the Wednesday Night two year and will assume her ] City LD"Itc I
Everglade south of Lake Okethobee. .-! duties Monday morning; t. '
..... Sheridan tendered -- I I Fort Myers News-Press i
Members of the Moore Haven 81w. Cole moved his dragline the, The state railroad
resignation the first of August CODIIIlISo5lc'U
It '
denied the application of Florida tax
East Coast railway for avthorjit Volunteer Fire DeparUa* C their fettive gent 1 but agreed to : the week to she of the alC-j took under advisement the lnt.!-
wire and guests enjoyed a rib roast main vnttt a successor cold pump tauuBntto. where the County Telephone nTelegraph
to late th ,
> go say are with
evening at the barbecue south city UsiiU ditch runs into! u
a 12-mile branch Wednesday fend. It is understood that Mrs. Company' plop v; inertase:
Both Bam pita Just north of the levee on Sheridan win return to a full-time the CalooaakatcsMe Carol at Wil phone raiM to tinainc a huge i were proposed tc servea !
temporarytcrosAag !
Mill I the r S Lock reservation. position as bookkeeper at Parkinson's llama' Fish Camp. A ;program: Thursday aftera
sugar at Okeelanta and to
before eI *-
haul rodaets.Atlantic. ?here was an excellent attendance Store. was Provided fire-hoar p biic h..riC. Chair-
agricultural ..
and the tremendous quantityof moniker I cavatiMtf of the hole fer the pump Carter promoted ad"
Coast Mrs Mitchell has had : ) man Jerry -
Line Mack aav-,
food that had been prepared able experience in various methods I pipe was started BO that traffic will,, ctatoQ wtthm C* days.
thorny tor It aUle fill trackage I
which would have extended its op- disappeared rapidly when the of bookkeeping, including the setting not he disrupted. j il More than two-thirds of the hear-
eratioa two mile beyond the "soup 0." announcement cane np of bookkeeping systems The first pump iiMtaUed o* the!' ing was devoted to testimony by the
Okeelanta mill abort eight o'clock prior to moving to Moore Haven east side of Pint Street at the' company through its attorney, J. A.
to a point of Hlgn- ,
way 25.The Many side of rite had been i and the city commission considers Hooey Ditch, has been la since j l! Franklin President Harry B. Cran-
eoatmUcion ruled "the public -I lowly barbecvtBg over the hot coals! itself fortunate in being able to obtain the latter part of last week and dall and Vice-Preaident George W.

convenience and necessity do\ since: -mfd-afternoon and this delicious a person with her qualificationsfor was operated for the first tine very Thompson. Some resident of Fort

not require this two-mile section meat was served with swamp j the position.WOBURN. successfully last Saturday after Myers. Clewiston and Boca Grande

and refused to approve it. cabbage potato salad and bread.| noon. I presented qualified opposition.
Atlantic Coast Line was authorized Fire Chief James Woodward supervised Members of the drainage committee The protestants appeared not so
to build It. 18-mile branch tbe barbecuing and Vernon CHEMICAL: composed of citizens working' much opposed to the increased ratesin

from a point four miles west of Bryant prepared the swamp cab- with the city commission and three themselves but, as the Fort Myers

Lake Harbor south and east to the bage. members of the county commissionfeel Merchants' Association put It, opposed -
Site of the mill operations of the Among those enjoying the occas- BEGINS DIVERSIFIED sure that the facilities are adequate | "approval prior V> the completion *

I Okeelanta Growers and Processers ion were: Mr. and Mrs Woodwardand to pump the necessary water of the improvements." The
Co-operative below Okeelanta. The Judy Mr. and Mrs Ray Donald for both drainage and irrigation of association' stand, a message pissed
I cost of the line was estimated at Gantt and daughters; Mr. and Mrs FARMING PROGRAM 11 the entire city limits. Considerable in the eommil.lonfiJe, held
U OOOO. ICC directed constructionto Kenny Mnrdock Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I i ditching will be necessary, however that the rate boost "should not become

begin before Dec. I, with com- Wood Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Yaun, - before the system is entirely effec- effective in Fort Myers, until

pletion within two years. Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle Mr and : The Woburn Chemical Corporation -]j tive.All after Installation and actual operation -
Florida East Coast proposed a Mrs. R. T. Ahern. Mrs. Merry a New Jersey corporation with I members of the committee are of the new automatic dial
branch from near South Bay station Roberts. Mr and Mrs. John R. a Moore Haven branch under the I being invited to meet with the city system."

south and west across Highway Dowd. Miss Carolyn Bryant Mrs. management of W. F. Mailer whichIs j commission at its next regular meeting The company officials said they
25 to Okeelanta. This cost Gladys Stalls Miss Phyllis Ether- engaged in the manufacture of.' next Tuesday night in an effortto could not make the estimated !!..

was estimated at (41.000. ton. W. A. Barron, Fred L. Jenkins, dariy feed, is now entering a new!I work out A complete program. 500,000 In Improvements, includingthe

"The record is convincing. saidthe Sion Stalls Bob King- P. E. Lundy field, that of a general farming installation of dial systems, to

commission, "that rapid devel- E. J. Bowyer.Hurricane. program Masonic Lodge Has the 14 exchanges without increasing

opment of the territory tributaryto Paul Johnson, who has been en- earnings first in order to win
the proposed line of the Atlantic ReportedEast gaged as agricultural superintendent -I Biggest Attendance financing for the project

Coast would soon follow the advent for the corporation here said Boost Credit RatingMr.
of rail transportation facilities of Puerto Rica this week that actual planting will | At Past Masters Night Thompson, the principal stockholder .

. ; that the line of the latter Headed Northwest be started this week of. to acre of I said, "we must increase our
; would lend greater aid in the development Irish potatoes. Plans also can for | One of the largest attendances in credit rating in order to go ahead

. of the Everglades: than planting 70 acres of beans. 40 acres the history of Moore Haven Lodge with the improvements so sorely
i the proposed line of the East Coast In spite of assurance from someweather of cabbage and the balance of,the needed We simply cannot_ convert
I No. n, F. and A. M. was that,her :
f t for the reason. that would: extend observers that t> re wouldbe 200 acre plot wm be planted to a I without fnadir' our oSly'taswer'is .-
1! I; fa: through a territory almost' wholly no hurricane tbia yeas? because number of different crops for experimental last night for Past Master" ... 't;:night to get a better credit base.'Through ,

t undeveloped; and that the proS of the unusually wet summer residents purposes, largely. The,:i There were said to have been ninety its use we can get the commitment
.I S posed line of the Atlantic Coast I of South Florida are keepIng 200 acre plot is located south of i Masons in attendance. (Continued on Page I.
would be more advantageous In posted on the latest storm ) highway 720 just east of the Benbow I The largest delegation was that I

meeting the transportation requirements which, while still a couple of thou-| railroad crossing. Considerable: from Tropical Lodge. Fort Myers i Engineers,Turn Thumbs
t of the general territory south Bands of miles away is starting out drainage work has been done and numbering twenty-two Belle Glade i
OkfeCho ." rather severe disturbance and a plan is being followed to bring : !
of Lake as a I'' Lodge sent seventeen and Everglades Down On Fisheating
c. McD Davis, president of the from tbe sane breeding grounds the plot under complete water con' Lodge Pahokee sent seven
Coat Line. said his company plans that spawned the 1)2 and 1US i trol. There were several other single Creek ImprovementThe

to start contraction "immediate hurricane I .\. soon M the fall vegetable\ representatives from other lodges.

ly" on tbe exteaaion. Lat night the storm was still two i crop are oft the land, the acreage j i Chairs were filled for the evening C S. Engineers yesterdaygave
Noting that the ICC ha approved thousand miles from Miami in the win be platted in oats and barley:I as nearly as possible by Past notice that the Improvementson
a reorganisation plan for Florida South Atlantic headed west northwestward and when the are oft spring i Masters of Moore Haven Lodge, the Fisheating Creek to Improve the
Coast which would merge toward Puerto Rico It I be i I
East planted
vegetable crop will only exceptions being the station of recurring flood conditions In tin
that railroad into the Atlantic Coati t : was covering an area of about When these are off summer grain I I chaplain and tiler J. B. Cox last basin, testimony for whWi was
: Line system Dub said that the!'1 seventy-live miles aad moving at aforward crops, mainly Shallu used ii mix;I year's master served as Master; W. taken at a public hearing here on
4 reorganization plan would not affect speed of 15 mike per I' lag feeds will be planted and two C. Owen, IS44. senior warden; July 30 of last year, had been reported
the Everglades project. He expressed hour. Indications are that the crops can be obtained during the'I Carr Settle, 1943 Junior warden; unfavorably. Grounds on
the view that the merger storm will be blowing for a week summer months. J. M. Couse, 1)33. senior deacon: which the decision were made was

j would be consummated notwithstanding or so unless it is dissipated In the Vegetable crops for the present. { W. C. NaIL 1)41 Junior deacon; C. that the cost of any feasible flood
I pending petitions for commission meanwhile. The ship bringing will be sold either in Belle Glade| H. Settle. 1)38. senior steward; V. control works on the stream would .'

I reconsideration of the President Truman from South or Miami )Ir. Johnson said, but If' E. Bryant, 1)42, Junior steward.W. be excessive in comparison with
merger order which have been filed America was drawing closer to the I plans work out as hoped it is possible -I'I'I L. Bellamy and I. E. Scott, both the foreseeable benefits. \

by St. Joe Paper Co. and other I storm but danger was discounted. I that the company will erect a past masters, served in their usual The notice states that any who

Florida East Coast stockholders 'i There is some Indication that packing house near their feed plant positions as secretary and treasurer. disagree with this finding may have t

i the Array and Navy will attempt to I hero.Williams'. Work was done In all three degree the privilege of an appeal by submitting
I! f Mechanical Department dissipate the storm with dry ice with the Master's Degree be- their views either written ,
known as "Project Cirrus" but it Fish Camp I ing conferred on Robert W. Kelly or orally, before the Board of Engineers .}
Of Norton's Station will be several days yet before of Clewiston. Visiting Masons, including for Rivers and Harbors, a

for Operation such an experiment can be ready I Purchased By Dewey Immediate past district deputy Permanent body sitting at Washington .
l! Ready The wind was reported as full I Grand Master Fred Raynor D. C. Written report shouldbe
I. gale force and Increasing rapidly so I; Tompkins of BradentonDewey : of Fort Myers assisted with the mailed so that they wm be In

W. B. Norton 3t. announce that winds of hurricane force. 75 I II I work. A. E. Kirchman of Belle hands of the board no later than
elsewhere In this issue that he has I miles or better, could be expected: I Tompkins of Bradenton' Glade was the lecturer. I four weeks after September 11, the

engaged R. S. King, formerly of shortly. l I announced this morning that he had I Refreshments of sandwiches,! date the report was issued. The address .
Fort Myers to head his repair department purchased Williams' Fish Camp in' Is Room 133, Banding T-7,
coffee and cookies were served by
and J N. "Red" Dutton Rebekahs Plan ForPresident's Moore Haven on Riverside Drive at a committee consisting of J. R. Gravelly Point Washington 25,
will be his assistant. and would i D. COil.
who the south city limits
Barton, O. A. Anderson and R. H. ,
Some repair work has been done VisitThe take over operation of the business Crawford. ---- '

this week with limited equipment next Monday : Explorations Are

F but Mr. Norton says that by the Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday )Ir. Tompkins was considering the : P.-T. A. Officers Met I
beginning<< of nest week more equipment I night in regular session and mapped purchase of the camp last spring I Postponed IndefinitelyA. !

will be on hand and well the able repair Plans for the visit of their State when he suddenly was forced to 11| With Faculty MembersOfficers

department will be repair work President Mrs Lorene Mason, who enter a hospital for an operation on R. Broadfoot engineer In

to turn out first-rat will visit the local lodge on Sep- his eyes. After becoming totally of the Parent-Teacher Association charge of the Clewiston subofficeof
marine engines
1 on both automotive tember 23.Members. blind be states that the operationwas j I met with the members of V. S. Engineers, said yesterdaythat
make his re-
I He expects to equtpppd attending the meeting successful and for the past two!I i the school faculty Ian Friday night the company which bad applied

pair shop one of the the best Moore Haven were Mrs. P. E Lundy Mrs. J. M. weeks he has had the sight of both i in the school auditorium to map to the engineers for a permit to drill

hops ever to serve Bishop. Mrs. T J. Dupree. Mrs eyes for the first time in several i plans for work during the current for oil on the toe of the lives near

area.Mr responsible positions Paul Wilson Mrs J. \C. Crum. Mrs. years. I i school term. Alderman's Fish Camp northwest of
i I King held repair shops in Leonard Stalls. Mrs. A.. O. Howde- With Mr. Tompkins as new resi-j. I The first meeting of the P.-T. A. Moore Haven had received their
Haven are
with Moore
and has shelL Mrs W L. Wethertngton, dents of will be held the evening of October Permit to drill but had notified his
Fort Myers In past years De Velde Mrs. Fred Tompkins and three of their five I the organization that drilling operations had
been connected with Mrs. Joe Van 8 and.| 3 and the officer of office
more recently R. children. Wilma 1$. Giles
I Mrs. W. T. BalL Mrs arranging the program for been postponed indefinitely.
at Quincy. Jenkins > are
depot i
is a
repair daughter i
I ; a machinery the section are Invited E. Jordan, Mrs J. C. SwindalL Elaine C- Another this first meeting. }fro Broadfoot said. however that
of at
Motorists In high I
., acquainted.nSISTER'S -- - the company stated that they planned
drop in and get remain there to complete '
to will
cmx-K.rr and with the drtHicr
PHYSICAL school education Another! ODD FELLOWS TO IMTUTE to go ahead
her high
BORN but were unable to say Just when
Dr. H. 'W. Hollingsworth, lIe..iI married daughter also resides la I Everglades Lodge No. 3), I.O.O.F.,. the well could be started. Equlpnvrtit -
GladesHighlands Bradenton.Mrs. In a.* i _
the to
Bozeman I health officer for degree 1* nndentood
Scott will confer the Initiatory
Mrs. W. has been active -
and Tompkins very
Rev. begta today aad L J'I
will another
Health Unit of elsewhere on
eight Thomas
of an Monday night on M. A.
parents here
; the proud to all and is quite interested soon
check-up as
half pound baby daughter giving a physical phases of civic work. She Clewtston and all Odd Fellows art probably be brought sere .11 1
and a Thisis in all
the Sugarland children of the local school. invited to attend. Mr I aa that Job>> U completed. t
born last Friday at important has been a counselor for Girl ScoutsIn cordially to }
Clewiston. The young said to be especially and Thomas is Worshipful Master 01 The drilling had been t
Hospital in be her district for many years "epe
wilt engaged of
lady will answer to the name of for those students who phyaital'trmlng Is a.ut district officer Of P.-'!'. A. the Moore Haven Masonic. Lodge at tart soon, after tha,first .; ; ,'
in more rigorous v j ;
mother tember. a
she and ber: this time. -5- "
both <
and (Continued on Page .
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Kathleen Norris Says : y

J Marrying Him to Reform Him

Ben Srn

CKHTURX: I:"'; 4.U; IIS- i iII Y: L.
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< Guidance From Proverbs .
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4 Lesson for September 21, 19-17
TAMS 4 Ii i I

/ o| UR study of Sunday's lesson
centers about the idea of good- I

t i,I Bits, which is a rather trite-sound-I z/ /"Qsr7 I
teg theme, but very vital I assure I
you and quit t1i i

iI) ) terestlng.Scripture are an found passages Thf ia L3, & 1Ebf

Proverbs, save one,
I t2JIDAN1ir I''N. and that from The

t very pracuoal'l}

ti New ,
dr;lt.d about mj boards t bomt, Ir.y-hJ a uJ ibtJotr of tit .U James chapter 4. :I
i ulf, borrouint many f/b". be could. n versa 17.Perhaps.

I THEY DON'T CHANGE find the passages

from Proverbs as CHEAPER SUBSTITUTE By Paulstlli
r' THOUGHT husband Dr. Newton
my helpful and inter
The fr"-s e.Jig, highflyingtype
.. I was a man of honor, and eating as I didIt
-L would keep the solemn of mart ;attracting to many win require but two minutes to read
women. His stylish clothes, dasbing them Proverbs 3:5-7 4:23
promises he made before we ; ;
: were married,"" writes Norma manner and general charm 19; fclO; 14:34; 15:1; 10:18; 1:18-1
Elson from South Carolina. blind her to his faults and vices. 12:1; 27:1, 2; 28:1; 29:18. And a
rose have devoted two minutes to the
Miss Norris letter |
"Frank was absolutely honest quotes
I reading of these passages you will ,
with He told he had a from a woman who married one
i me. me I have' something to think about for i ii
bad record, when we first met. of these handsome men-about- i I the rest of the day, the week an |H
Or rather, he didn't have to tell toicn. He was more than twiceher I four life. I

t me, as everyone knew about it. age, but she laughed that off. SCOne i
He was a great figure in our He freely told her about his past, Man' Experience !

l town, a good deal older than my although most of it was common VERY successful business '
I A man
knowledge. But be that be
crowd of in college swore
sophomores ; in Atlanta, a shoe manufacturir. '
a gambler, drinker, fast driver would reform; quit drinking, was telling me his life story one I
but fascinating, or we thought gambling and traveling with the lay as we fished together at Honosassa !

so then. Any girl in town would town's underworld characters. ., Fla. Finally, he said: | 00)r

have been flattered to go out Soon after their marriage, bow- "Do you know the passage in the i
with him. ever, be quit all pretense of Bible that has meant most to me as !I Ia I \
I "When he took me' out it was to amending his ways. He became a '' rule and guide for my faith and : -t

the smartest and most exciting Petty thief and then a bousebreaker I practice .y
I wondered what h would .
places, and when be asked say.
me : for this offense he _
i tad then he
quoted from ProverbstS7.
marry him it was with the solemn served seven in jail.
promise that he would stop drink. years : I I
Ing, betting, and going with the This unfortunate woman tells I "Trust in the Lord with all thin '
worst element in town. Miss Norris thai her only happiness I heart; and lean not onto thin own I
"But he did everything with great during those sad years was understanding. In aH thy ways
dash, and he was handsome then: that occasionally she has been I acknowledge him, and he shall I 'Ea RfaJtit ft get M iJurUft/F.TM ImpltmutH,
anyway, we were married, againstmy able to save some foolish, headstrong direct thy paths. Be set wise iathine N 1s1 PL.4.TY.Jweea
parents' desperate protest. I the own eyes; fear the Lord, and
girl from making same
was 19, Frank said he was 36, he I I depart from evil.
mistake that she made.
was really almost five years older. .

"Well, of course, once we were The Essence of Goodness THE BUSY LIFE By Gluyas William
married he completely gave up all Many a sensible-seeming marriage j i
efforts to reform. lIe hadn't gotten goes on the rocks, and manyan \VHAT is goodness? We talk i -
very far with them, and he never apparently reckless venture suc- about good men and bad men, -
tried again. At the slightest sugges- ceeds. But in all my years of study J rood times and bad times, good luck j
tion of improvement or selfcontrolhe of matrimony I have never known a j 'and bad luck. Just what is good-I
grew furious, and I soon learnedto drunkard, a gambler, a wastrel ; (aess? \
avoid occasions of criticism. lIe really to reform. If he is capable ,I{ Jesus himself once said to a young '
came and went, gambled, drank, of reform, he will manage it without man: I M
wasted money as he pleased. From the prrtnlse of help from a lovely, "There is none good but One, that ':
my expectation of excitement, trusting girl How many men would 'Is, God." Mark 10:18. <
drama, change I sank to a Quiet, marry weak immoral intemperate Goodness then, permit me to suggest I, YDO
long-suffering wifehood that asked women on their tearful promises of I is what happens when God > only for peace. Frank was jailedfor improvement? No sane man would I lives in us. We can never know wu TAf"OIt a+'rTdUCtTTltl j OU AC"? THEN WI)RAT
house-breaking when our boy consider it. I goodness apart from God try as we j j ,, ia or 8U4ct trt'ce: cox CAN k'UPA sawt ITW AAMN
was two years old, and served Attractive Rascals. i j may. The essence of goodness, eaa Bustv R IlouRt &cAtflg
seven years. But therefore, is found in that heart, in 1 FIRST WU v.J! Tflft r-.
unfortunately, too often the f-cveR cr F
I Had Same Old Vices. lawless boy is the attractive boy. (,that be life,done.that"sincerely prays, "Thywill i!!

"When he came out his life was Where other young men are careful s .
over, although he lived for eleven about spending, scrupulous about I
more. He drifted about my boardinghouse keeping office hours, serious and The' Essence of Badness I
gray-headed, a sad shad- perhaps dull when planning the fu- from these great I
ow of his old self, borrowing money hire, the fascinating scamp gives 'GUIDANCE identifies the things b ,J .
where he could, still the same restless I life an impression of gaiety and that I we are to shun as wen as the
s wasteful, intemperate man. I daring. He usually isn't working |things we are to do-the essence of i -
Stuck to my bargain from sheer : hard, he has no plans. He is spend- j badness as weU as the essence of I I t (Q -
pride, and perhaps because it was; ing other people's money, and so it} |goodness. Here are the seven ,
the line of least resistance, but my : flows easily. Audacity has always i things that God hates-the seven f, ANt/IT a7 THEN AND 1quDlKE AND F' W 1VER 6T' ANO YOU tAN AvJAW
heart was broken over and over paid high interest for awhile. Gam- i qualities of heart that constitute the Tt TVU TIRe OF OONO TWIT 6ET 5l'!tAfT 01'
again. My only comfort is that during bling and borrowing and drinking \tssence of badness: PuT IT CN lots CAN PuTrrOH'1tJ\'Ie Tt+t rN1lt..y BY St4RI
the long years of keeping board- lend a certain glamour to youth-fof HEAD LOCE A HAT Wi TDSUXYCMW
ers I have now and then come awhile. Contrasted with the "Oauihty eyes, a lying tongue,
across girls who were on the brink younger less sophisticated men. the hands that shed Innocent blood, a
of making the mistake I did and : Byrons of society cut a brilliant heart that deliberately plans wickedness -
whom I have been able to influence. dash. feet which are swift to running -

Some times girls will listen to a I But no woman in the world has so to mischief, a false witness BACK HOME AGAIN Ed DttkIW
who utters lies, and one who sows By
stranger when their own mothers wretched a life as the one who 1 _
cannot guide them; if I have saved i marries a rake to reform him. discord among brethren.

a few of these, I am repaid. But I She'll never change him, but he'll Analyze these seven qualities of 't w2' _
I hate to look back across these thirty I change her Hell so steep her in heart, and you have the explanation ,"IJIIS GUfPrJt OUT
wasted years, and remember the anxieties, humiliations bewilder- of the woes of the world. Many IS 1JlE un:,..GfTT J' _
confidence and ignorance/ with ments, fear, that she'll not dare j clever modern books toy with these AWAY
I i which I threw my life away." open her mouth. I ::deadly: sins, trying to make them Mfl4L
t . A young San Francisco girl married arena good; but no amount of deco- 'N' EVERYtzltW6f
This letter came to me some an actor some twenty years f ration can atone for the heart that
months ago, but I was reminded of ago. That is, he said he was an t consistently entertains these cancers -
it lately when I read of the young actor, but the only part he ever had !, of helL . :-
wife of a man whose criminal record I was the one he was playing when
she knew perfectly. wen when she'married him. She was alone in The Individual and Society

she married him a few years ago. miserable lodgings when her four I LIKE the impact of these
While she was still in her bridal children were born; she was alone erbs. They begin with the indIvidual .
year his petty thefts went on. so when a three-year-old girl, who had They fruit in society. la.- : 4 0
that her life was one of continual never known proper housing,food,or dividual who "trust in th Lord
f terror of the law. Finally he committed i care, died in her arms. Wally came with an thine heart," win "exalt :
; a more serious robbery, and went as carefree as a butterfly. nation." It is not enough '
1 rushed into a crowd, and while the But he never dined at home. "Kid better food in peoples put 4? -
horrified bystanders took to flight and women food" he said, wasn't '| better clothes on their bodies stomachs Yh M' ,$b. u -
was shot down like a dog by a policeman's ; good enough for him. It was this roofs over their beads. These sew wi,
gun. More fortunate than man cf whom hIs wife wrote me, in essential as expressing the better are I: r '1'
s Norma Elson whose letter is quoted I her engagement days. Td rather life; but you have got to give ay
above, this young wife is freed from I| have him untrue to me, than have : something to live for as well people i!
Y her mistake already, and CaD another man true; rd rather starve I something to live on. as s r 't,4
draw marriage and'perhap* : anyone elseHe's Jealous, he's a i'! Good business depends upon
wiser choice sometime. spendthrift he's false to me already 3, goad butee IDea. Good Infer b' 14tM fit{
Norm had H years of wretched -and I love HI Other girls may atioaal relations depend ipoa 1Jie ,
.. marriage and who she emerged exist, ; rm going to live!" I good .. .... Good race relation -! _
torn them bet joott' energy, hope, j'I Well, she looks today as if she'd depend open god races. fgw
%m 1tiGD were all dead. Ji\-ed-a thousand years.

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3. Which of the Seven Wonders
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of the ancient world can still be
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George SavOe.
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1Nik. ': 1,1f11..1 U. .... juiutiRit uin> Chicken Cookery I 1 Lynn Chambers' Menu

1- ..- -- According to the Commodity In1 1( Chicken Chop Suey
lL fez which records the rise and fan with. Mushrooms
ef wholesale ; Waldorf Salad Finger RoEs

prices, poultrytoday j New York Ice Cream
r a1P1t is selling Almond Cookies
at prices we | Beverage
RY r 11 were paying in |
furL r' / Recipe given. .
1328. Needless! to
J "' say this means I

: : i : P that at a time Chicken Chop Saey with '

$/ %;;: aia - when other foods Mushrooms

have soared, (Serves i) r
poultry is at a Cooked meat from 4 Ib. fowl
1 L- low leveL tablespoons fat t't'J

5404 j (( r.. With a favorable 1 asp sliced oaten
J supply and
1 cap shredded carrot
CALOX price, you can 3 cups diced celery "
change to plan to use a lot of poultry now 1 green pepper, shredded ,.
and give your family! something of X teaspoons salt i
for the Ionic effect a treat with unusually prepared 1 scant cup chicken stock tr
'SUNDRY toy that's so soft and cuddly every chicken dishes. water
child win want' to take to bed. on your Chicken should be cooked to V4 .. V4 pound mushrooms
'I - Efficient Caiof week tare ugy., ** .
"fork tenderness. There is little excuse 1 ClIP sour cream t'
; To oMala complete Wool*! On 1 Help rep ue tla...bring om I for underdone or overdone 4 tablespoons floor
: 'shtn fliiwttona tOT the (P t- I I
ten So 5063) aecd 20 cents In cola, your all ib. aanral few of your : chicken if you follow the recipes 4 tablespoons water or stock
Gay Birds for Linens I name ad4i-j and oattera number, 2 iimile. given todl)'. with particular care to 2 tablespoons soy since .

THESE handsome birds done Send rout onJrt to: encourages A tpcoal ugredKM npLP...u...p.Caloa.. temperatures and time for the 3 cup boiled rice *r fried aoodlet i

in gorgeous plumage colors I which ha*a_infra OD tam cookery. A moderate temperature Cook onion in fat until light yep
are as vivid and heartwarmingas ,i SJtIM SEWING la Went naCLE St. KKEDLEWO Cakal.I.: IU.Eacbwc ..help* make tktm *rm_ .*.. : is best to use for chieken so as not low. Add carrot celery, greenpeppepper +:
can be. Embroider them on 50 ccflU for Patters I roty Too*op you crab i to shrink it too much make it dry salt and !

white pastel linen towelson I : or tough. the 1 cup water. .
or guest
M. iwa.w ) <<-' l.ir.ar
brown or ecru linen pillows I ra eMire" I Hi part tf $...mmmdiuf 5w3.. i Most people who like chicken say Cook until vegetables
-cross-stitch them on the corners i I there's no better way to cook it are barely S.
of a linen tea cloth Each de- 1 than to fry it The generally accepted tender and liquid
aim is about 6 inches be I I method is as follows: is fairly well absorbed
- i 1. Rob seasoned flour into pieces. about 15 ,
obtain seven trinrfer design far JwCrawtttcb swAP! CRACKLE! AND TOP! SAY. 1 For each pound of chicken blend % minutes. Add .. .- !
Blrti Pattern Nu M04) end
SO eent te rota :your name. address and l lI I I cup dour 1 teaspoon paprika H mushroomssliced !
poxes Dumber. teaspoon salt and scant H teaspoon ( or whole. ), sour cream and i
chicken pieces and bring to a boO.
I pepper. Save left-over flour
Cuddly PopISN'T R tNpOPS t for gravy Blend flour and 4 tablespoons ..ate'I
he adorable-this ten-inch I
and stir into mixture. Cook
puppy dog that's crocheted of lets 2. Heat enough fat in a heavy thickened, stirring constantly. Sea. ,
white wool? Big loops of the wool skillet to give a depth of about H son to taste. Add soy sauce or serveIt I
make a thick "coat" for this L ttlePlay's inch, using any desired fat A dropof at table. Serve "bubbly-hot" with
water should sizzle when tem-
hot rice or fried noodles.
I perature of fat is Just hot enough.

Long Run J. Start meaty pieces first slipping Barbecaed Chicken
(Serves t to 4)
"; RCp less meaty pieces in between
The world record for the long ai chicken browns. Avoid crowding 1 young chicken 1H to Zi
cst run of a stage play is held by ; use two skillets if necessary. pounds cat in half '
"The Drunkard." which July RICEKRISPIES Giblets and neck
on 4. As MOD as chicken begins to :
e, of this year, began its 15th brown, about 10 minutes reduce -r--
year and was. presented for the e r.a beat and cook slowly until tender, BarWcoe Sauce i
8,257th consecutive time at the n Q 2e sure you yet Ammca'l fa, te rice otrwO. 30 to 60 minutes depending on size 1 teaspoon salt
Theater Mart in Los Angeles. I I .0i the ODe and only ftZogfi Rice KricpiealEXPEIIENCE" of pieces. Cover tightly as soon as U teaspoon garlic salt
- it is a light uniform tan. H teaspoon pepper t

$. Turn 2 or 3 times with 2 spoonsor 1 tablespoon paprika
fork and spoon to brown and 1 tablespoon sugar I
cook evenly. Avoid piercing with 1 mediant onion finely chopped I!
ft+rL 1 cap ntsap'
tr Qaf ; e. e. Add 1 or 2 tablespoons water >4 cap fat ;

before covering, especially recommended 14 cup giblet stock or water i
if pan cannot be covered H cop lemon Juice or vinegar
tightly or if bird is heavier than 3 1 tablespoon Worcestershire: i

pounds. ante ,
'i. Uncover last 15 minutes to rc- dean and cook gib1-U by simmering ;
crisp skin if desired. The liver and in seasoned water for 1 to 2 J

precooked heart gizzard, and neck hours or until tender. Prepare Barbeeue I
may be floored and browned with I Sauce by blending salt pep. I
chicken the last 15 minutes. per paprika, and sugar in saucepan 1
a ft. Lift fried chicken: to hot plat- Add onion, catsup, fat and
P.eic4t Dobert,, ter. Prepare gravy in pan dnpHnatinrtoa water Heat to bo&ng Remove f'
T.wh.m "Of asmc.
pirlgs. from heat Add lemon juice and
Ii 11*beat t 1 .bs d4eaee brasds I
loco[ re tried 1 1..akad doiaa a.aloe.na Chickea Worcestershire sauee. For basting

f a maec.e eb wit scaratl.Camel. bead'Ii (Serve i .. I) during cooking, blend l& cup sauce I
lot tae." a X cups macaroni and H cup giblet stock. Set aside

H tablespoon batter remaining sauce for serving with. l'
H tablespoon len cooked chicken.
H cup cream, scalded Place neck and halves of chicken ,
in skillet or Dutch even. Baste both '
j;. I cap cream cheese .,
3 tablespoons pimienta. finely rat sides of chicken
1 cup bot chicken broth & with the diluted
X raps cooked chicles diced 'aa S e. Cover
Salt tightly and bake d i
C li Pepper In. moderate Y; ; s
e oven (350 degrees : 1
t # Cook macaroni.
creams '
) about 1 .
.oc of butter, flour and cream. -Y... hour Baste -4
.. one
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Add cheese, pimiento and chicken or twice. Remove OJ
_, "CHOICE OF broth; mix. Add chicken and macaroni cover baste wtth ,'- '

-. aid seasonings. Pour into buttered diluted sauce.and coatk cookinguncovered :{
Ck casserole. Bake In a moderate until chicken is tender '

j tr.. eves (350 degrees) 30 to 45 and browned, about I hour. }

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Watson and. Fuller XEW WELL PAiD JQBStARg: ffOPEMJkG _
and Tom
be the of the blow. way -
GLADES local facilities to handle pthe number in path.
the breeze UP IX THE
of telephones which people Scientists anxious to test new Warren begin fanning REGULAR
DEMOCRAT await another hurricane That promises to be a sure enough ARMY'S FIELD ARTILLERYALL c .
would like now to have installed, theories eagerly
for they believe that throughthe storm and it will take more than dry EXPENSES PAID AnJ1$
the revenue would be uPPed con-
MOORE HAVE. FLORIDAIntend siderably and without an increasein use of chemicals or bombs It ice or B-29 to break it up. It is a MONTH TO START

rates. The little automatic system may be possible to break up and bit too early to start charting it Startling changes are taking p1

I. 1127 .aa t second-class the FoctofOce matte at Uoor May put in here to start was, II I dissipate them. now, but it promises to be a honey. in the U. S. Army Field );:;
Raven Florida under the Act of 1 Weather Bureau Even the
presume, adequate for the community -i The Army-Navy veterans of recent Y '
Centres of March I. 1817.P.bllabed .
at that time but never Per1! Hurricane Warning Center at Miami, Contract Is Let would not recognize the

milled any expansion program Now 1 j ]Florida, conducts regular reconnaissance new equipment which todAy'

THE GLADES Every PRfVrifi:" FrMaj:,, CO By. Imt the company says they don't have i; nights over the Caribbean For Removing Bar t tilery men are operating. -

CARR SETTLE. PvblUkerO enough numbers to provide the heady' to spot these storms and From P. B. CanalA Some men are chosen for the '

phones on the automatic dial board. l chart their course I Gritted Missile ohool. working oa
- -- -- As a consequence what new phones i One of the strangest assignments i contract was let by the U. S. j j rockets and >launching II&:
Sabserirti.. Ralul line that of the 308th Reconnaissance Jacksonvillefor New Mexico. Others learn I
_ have gone in are largely party Engineers Tuesday in to fire; ::
e TearU 6250 affairs and are a considerable Group, Is to fir boldly through the removal of .heals'! from the I some of the Artillery's new ". : _

. ....(.. "" nuisance to all who have to use) threatening thunderheads, tropical Palm Beach Canal on the ale aWe hasten" such as "Little David" the .

1 them i I IWe're fronts and hurricanes and bring of Twenty-Mile Bend to mk It I 914-mm mortar whi ch hurls a sheffweighing "
so1 i back information as to their direction more almost :2! tons'
not ieclifl d to haggle possible for the caaal t. carry j t
much over rate over here if the and intensity The plot the drainage water from Lake Oke -| If you are 18 to :4. inclusive! (cr,,

fJv1EAlvDE'1INGS i proper kind of service can be obtained -1 probable course of the storm and chobee and the farming area on 117 with parents' t'n-rn\i and ether* 'm

i -particularly the provision report to the local warming service the east side of the lake. I wise qualified you ran sign Op for:

By Carr Settif II I where frequent bulletins are lM.ed The contract was let to the Atlantic 3 years or more' with! the FieM Al-. ii
I peo-ple i so that area in the path of the approaching j '
of Satsuma -
tillery If
Dredging Tompany i you dri an ex-errlce. I 1
The sugar mill report is a Httte I( them if they expect to do business storm will have aa accurate Fla.. and plant is already being i man. you can begin a secure careet='
advance warning pOMi
brighter this week but nothing in anywhere near a modern Banner aa assembled to be moved to the close to home with reasonable assurance ,1
The tendency of hurricanes to
very new. Ed Frterson, after a I of a one\ear assignment i t
has job.A.
move in a very erratic manner
series of phone rails almost everyday The De of year for the hurricane R. Broadfoot, head of tile Engineer in your own Army Area 1
been the contributing fac-
this week finally contacted J. Jitters has arrived and this sub-office here said yesterday Learn while you earn-receive j
tor in their destructireneos Now
E. Caldwell, present of the corporation morning, with one reported some every storm is tracked and chartered that the dredge would move the highest pay in history. free toad !'fi: i

yesterday and was told two thousand miles southeast of Methods for determining position into the site through the St. LncHCaaal clothing, quarters aad medical care..;:_- c.i 1

that be hoped to be down in ten Miami, folks are beginning to put intensity; and movement of ) to the Lake and then through You'll have the chance to save up to <..: j

days or two weeks; he. in tarn, was their radios in repair to listen to hurricanes are constantly being this end of the Palm Beach Canalto $2,000 during a 3-year enlistment 4;-_ "

told that farmers in the area are weather advisors. This one is the area to be dredged. Several At no obligation to yourself, see - ';
studied to find the best plan of
getting restless and wanting to get causing concern because it is starting been bridges will have to be removed to your nearest U. S Army and Air
control. So. far flights have
cane in the ground. in the same spot where the disastrous reach the site which may requireas Force Recruiting Office at U. 3. _-
made through, around and over '
F While this conversation is Iden- Lake hurricanes of 192C! long as a month before dredgingcan Army Recruiting Office, Leon B1lIMi
the top and feasibility of long-range
tical in tone to so many of the and 19 2 S started-east of Puerto radar is being Investigated. begin. ing, Fort Myers, Fla. .:_ ;

others over a period of several Rico. Jitters too are wore this, During the Atlantic hurricane of _ ______________nn_ j
months that many will be able to fall because of the high water table ;. i
September 12-17, 1945, property ..<.
derive little satisfaction from It, from rains of unusual proportions '-' ",
damage amounted to five million

that there the is still company a definite Is still indication working vicinity throughout of Moore the summer.Haven In the I dollars, but there were only two
not fatalities. The fact that the loss rt r-
toward the establishment of their so bad off but elsewhere about the of life was so small despite the intensity The Clewiston Inn rc rt

mill at Moore Haven. lake a heavy rainfall which usually I ; of this twister was for the

i There are still some very peculiar accompanies a blow, regardless of most part due to the excellent, well- t _- -
angles but I'm willing to give them its intensity, would be a major disaster planned "
bulletins made possible by
the benefit of the doubt for awhile The lake level is quite high,I the Hurricane Reconnaissance Plan. Takes Pleasure In Announcing : .5::

longer even thoughI do feel too, going into a storm Season, hut Two lives lost constitute a marked ,

that they should take the people of from this source the levee protected decrease from the 500 lost duringthe I I THE APPOINTMENT OF :r'--. .:,..: ;
this area a bit more into their confidence area has little to fear. It's not: unchartered 1938 storm. I' >- ,

The only difficulty is thata so good however, for the residentsof The 53rd Reconnaissance Squadron Paul R. Wolfe ; ::;
Bare Beach
between Nico-
continued delay may prevent area Morrison Field, West Palm
some other company from taking demons Slough and Kissimmeej I Beach, will conduct hurricane re-

advantage of the opportunity which River unprotected by levee Re- connaissance flights during 1947 ASBartender

now exists. member they got water almost over Three B-17 and four B-29 aircraft -..: .
the Bare Beach ridge in 19 4 in
been placed in this special for The
drainage a not so severe storm. -
The new pump was service. A minimum of one flight
operated for the first time last Saturday So far as the storm itself is daily has been established; however

afternoon and I failed to be concerned and "physical danger in case of extreme emergen-

present for the Initial operation So I'm not going to worry too much cies, as many flights as are Everglades RoomMr.

Ed Frierson, who also missed the having visited this summer a little to obtain accurate and .necessary -

first show, and I went down Monday town about this size in Oklahoma tic information will be made.

started it up and let it run for which had been hit three weeks The B-17 aircrafts are utilized for
a while In an hoar we had before by a tornado. After looking penetration of hurricanes at low I Wolfe Comes to Us from the Franklin

pumped the ditch practically dry askance at.every thunder cloud for and medium levels, while the B-29s

up to the culvert at the quarters three weeks I was ready to take hand}e reconnaissance at very high Arms, Fort Myers ;:.

road crossing. This ditch has been my chances with hurricanes levels, above 30,000 feet The ..; .
deepened considerably .as an approach Superforts will also circle the storms
to the pump and some idea tracking them by means of radar For a cool, refreshing interlude, visit us today ,
can be gained of the amount of .!.!..!..tJ ceo 0 Q. i m co C 0 C ; '

water which can be moved with the I Scientl.ts..1I1 attempt to destroy and let Paul mix your favorite cocktail. -
approaching storms by dropping :
new outfit. The culvert at the quar- Too Late To Classify dry ice into them or using other .a
ters road is high and will hare to chemicals and possibly bombs :
be lowered before complete efficiency
By RUSSELL KAY Success in the use of dry ice to produce -
can be obtained but the : .
Rum Collins Presidente ,;
rain has been demonstratedand Cuba Libre
other is ,
pump being" installed this
..uunte OtUe C co co 0 H-+ commercial organizations are 1
week and when ready for operationwill I BOW prepared to contract to make Daiquiri, Havana Cocktail and Other _!-'
pull all of the water out of the Florida enters the so-called: hurricane -
rain in any area suffering from
ditch from the road around Hot Weather Specials 25cM j
season this year with Gulf drought by the use of dry ice whichis ;
through the Hooey ditch to the Coast residents hoping that a storm dropped from above the clouds. ',: j jOQOC

opening of the south ditch. Performance will sweep up their coast and destroy But whether we experience a hurricane 9 H+) **** H+*+*0 O"Oouuu

of the pump leaves little the troublesome "red tide." Scien-
this season or not, we can
doubt that water control can be tists contend that It Ask Paul for Prices .
will take a count on one next spring when the on Bottled Goods \
obtained as soon as adequate storm of hurricane proportions to gubernatorial campaign gets under-I

ditches can be provided de the Job and beach residents say,
-If that's what it takes let it come :. !
A bit of disappointing news this and the sooner the better." They --- .

week is given by the Clewiston Engineer feel that possible storm damage .,

office in a report that the certainly Is preferable to the uncertainty -.' j

oil welL which was to have started of the present intolerable 1

going down the first of September situation. .

at Alderman's Fish Camp, had Since such storms usually herald =

been indefinitely postponed The the end of the rainy season, farm-

company states that the well will ers and growers in extended flooded -

be drilled, for a War Department areas join in the chorus and say,

permit has already been obtained, "Let it come"-anything to stop s Fog

but is unable to say when the the rains and give them an opportunity up ouA

drilling will start to do their fall planting

On the other hand, light, power I A LONG TlMF 'OIKS .4
There was much ado In Fort and telephone
companies are hopeful -
: Myers last Thursday at the Railroad ,
that if
a storm does come it I!
Commission hearing in regard will
not be prolonged or so severe
to telephone rates in communities as to tear their
up poles, lines and
served the Inter- ..
; equipment. Property, particularly your seats, folks, the stage is set fora # "k".
County Telephone and Telegraph those with expensive plate glass grand act and we're letting you in on /

f- Company A glance at their revenue fronts, would just as soon see the the climaz'RIGHT NOW! _.

t from the Moore Haven system storms pass us by Citrus growers For weeks as many of yon may have i' '

l indicates that they are Justified in fear the damage from salt spray in perceived, there has been plenty ado about

It asking an increase but, on the oth- the coastal areas and destruction of the Altar plant Pouring of concrete, _-

er hand, If there were sufficient trees and fruit should their groves tearing out building up hammers bang- : #.
Ing a merry tune. -'
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Then too there has been the arrival ot : ;
W 1
mysterious crates and boxes-huge things 4 Wa'r'gl og jro' ?Sa>
that took plenty of brawn to h&D41e. -
Inside tip now. Sooa
These have been tacked away to be nn-
everyone will be able
crated for the climactic curtain-raiser
Get the Habit ; f to share In the ton
of Shopping at "
THE XEW'LFAR M'RF..PAK: 11MRI realence of the new
ro\TAi\Ei wi Pore-Pale Fibre eon- .
tamer Altar II care*

. The In .r! :;;-=::.::-' ; fully preparing of the this inauguration ,j

Here are the things that Imo,,, modern sanitary method
*T miIyDrpL I FonMyers. will delight yon thin ti of packaging tta '
r new efficient milk and.. milk Lad other dairyproducts. t
dairy product container; -' This additional

1 .. ,,. serrtc wfil
'e t o DtrosITS be available to ou- -
: Store Fla. .r.- STORES EAMLYEASILY! '_ I many Altar easterners -
: in a veryfew
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1 -. -TJOTTLESTOMold W'Sit AlfarCreamery

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More 50 -. .
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BUY1 c.n.\LOG-O'fer ;.., '!:;- a
Items ..: t Phoae to. Betl* Glad R

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U. ; Q.Q O. GO 0 I 0 DO D' O' DO. . ; ; ,
: o'.Illlllle e" ' 1 hEm' -ICES AT BIG BEAR (Osceola- Dies I the Mat,he Dyed to one of the last

I BEACH CHAPEL SUNDAY ' wilderness areas of the nation, the

I i PERSONAL II Sunday evening Sept 14, 8.09 =At 96; Was 1 Big It WM Cypress.hate this natural strong ;!

and SOCIETY p. m., the Rev Herman Dam win bold that the Seminole were forted
Oldest Seminole :
conduct the service at the Chapel. by the steady encroachments of.

II His sermon will be "The Spirit of the whites during the last century-
Forgiveness." Here Billy Bowlegs for whom

: . . 4'POOOe We welcome ail people ot the Fought Against White j; Billy's Creek IB Fort Myers was

Roadside Park Not Whidden-Hale; : I beach area to worship with as Herein Men in 'Last Stand I named rallied the remaining yang:

I the heart of are beach you will men of the bands. carefully bid thewomen

Permitted In City Mr. bear preached th* hut of the Gosel -; 70 Years Ago II I and cfcftdrea ia the swamps.
and Mrs A. W. WhtMen of Briac year fasaUiev sad en-i' I aid made kte last effort t* tunahack

Woman's Club Told J JMrs Moore. Haven aaaouce the Marriage Joy life's great** esa rteae: Jtemfe Osceoia-who fearht aa- the white .....
| ef tJ..ftr daagkter, Miss Less :M rfet lut.aiag to God' word as It spites der BUlr Bowfett; when tke Semi- The Weedy campaign that fohoW'Contb.l1ed I

Emma Mailer. preattea of
the Moore Haven Woman's Clwk 1. ago agaiast federal troop' a wbat
fe sow C.aer Conner. died Maaiay
reported to the dab at the regular Mite i
meeting Thursday afternoon I Wkiddeo was a 1S45 graeeMe m the Big Cypress. He.wa ,5 W. S. Rozraaaa, Pastor
the re-:, ef Moore Haves HICK School Problem No. 2-A castle wnB,
oM to iadiaa
years aad acrordiBK
nit of her recent converaatiosi
are since then has attended War- there was waoae hetsht war ton ACM Keaawta ..rmoa. ....11I1, Church School-10:" a. m

Cleveland the lJtate-1 florae de wko has charge of. rea Wilson CoDe > ta SW__._. to be jest fifty feet from. ton to the oldest living S aita iiaMr !i Moraine Waabip0: a ill. i
roadside .program baQdlag N car. where site gradaated last ground: against th* waU a laMer Mamoa MM Oaeaola WMkaowa |I The SlBtbnafcil Clurth extend; see1eome

pam.Xr. May. Mr. Hale is ta tile taxi ...- Stood upright of tins MUB tanaok : for kit "fiat character" and'! to yo.. The Chn'xb

Home, ben ]at week for atilt ,' sirs at Lake \\ortk. the castle war in kilsjki. A waggrub -; ate 'ijteaaia. sad progressive family I I 3eb.oi bit a dans for eve 'jr see

with his sitter. Mn Fl.r.-eRyaa. : TIle yoaag cevple piaa to Bake fellow did the laaaer otto.: ." Hl. three sons are couaideredaaMMg You are United to worship with us
Mailer that the, their hone IB Lake Wonll.i Itke bottom of It I foarteea feet: the ""progr 18Ift" I'! ta the regular state would sot 1.1.
aarks from the att Now I
would knowhow who speak excellent

inside to the city clab's baits pia wklck. pat asend i asd lira. R. D. Idosa aMI far the top ins fall by pullingoat are adoatiag scientific cattle kbaadrv ....1,i I C.RDXKS t
for bvfieinc KiM the latter front tbs wQ I'
Evelyn Lyons wet* vtsttorsWeat ill atekd*. '
ODe ia the city park area dewatew. I J
Paint Beach TB aay. Anawor neat week, i la the veins of JisanUe Oaecota We wish to extend ow heartfelt
He said, howeear. tkat t&en
excelleat was I Answer Last Week'i Problem: The,, Tan the Mood of his ---. the 1 thanks and a.or ctata n for the '
aa ckaac that
one eoetd Franklin Sheridan was hem trot .*m may MB the thre-galloa deati-' great Chief Oecola whan many many arts of kta-d-aess. messages of !
be located ia the eoa&ty if a suitable -!
I I Lakeland to spend tile wetka4 john and empty It Into tie frre- historians consider the greatest military sympathy and beautiful floral pieces ,
location could be eMaioed. The ;
with his faaity. ashes denUoku, then reflQ the I tactician of the North American '
Palss4ale plate ground was also dat-ing
\I I taree-galloo deatUohn and finish 1 tribes. Proved and taciturn to
rated Ht aince a railroad crossing I
Miss Dewd left filHsg the larger demijohn wkh
Betty this morning I father.The
repaired to reach the grounds. for a visit with friends in Titus-j two of the three gallons from the Unemployment compensation pay-I Family of F. B. (Fred) J JI
A Blab committee was appointedto ( I Hammond.
TiHe. smaller Finally by emptying the.
investigate sites in the menu are made for a maximum of
county ftie-galin demijohn and trans'er-I 1C weeks and maximum of $Ii
A report was given on the results a a I
of the recent Tom Brennaman I Mrs. Merry Roberts and Merry i ring the gallon left in the three-! week for those unemployed through For R.: -Y-IW acres muck land

distaer Incomplete reports show Lynn returned the latter part of gallon demijohn to it the man is no fault of their own and who are I for truck crops on Baker Grade.

the week from a six weeks' visit able to fill the three-gallon registered as available for suitable Recently chopped. Well dMched.
a aw profit of |2$ for the club.
i iin Cincinnati and Atlantic Beach. john and depart with exactly employment provided they have Call 4JJ1 Boca Grande. R. B. +
It was also decided that the club gallons. demi-I I
I earned sufficient credits in cover Bowden. tf.
world be open for bridge play next Miss Tracy Ange left last week I
Tkars4ay afternoon and every other for West Palm Beach where the has ,ed employment. . Veterans available
Thursday thereafter or the first entered nurses training at Good Many Applications I I for tunable .work draw |Z9 a week: FOR SALEroom horse with 2

thud and fifth Thursdays. 25 Cents Samaritan Hospital For op to 52 weeks. Refusal of sellable screened porches; garage aDd

will be charged, refreshments will Employment work offered will disqualify a ltaahhou e. 3 lots fl.W-M+.. P.
be nerved a prize will be given to Harold Cason returned: Saturday At Belle GladeMore I I claimant Job openings in either in category various trained E. Lundy. Itp.
HIM of high score. All are Invit- from a week ia Lakeland where he I' !
I and skilled fields often not
ed to participate. attended a Methodist Yoa* Peo I FOR S\LK Five-room house with
than 112 calls for service suitable for applicants who other-
Mrs Ward Roberts and Mrs. Ray ple's conference or without farnKare. Mrs. I* M. 1
by individuals were registered in wise qualify because of physical
Lilly. Box 212. Moore Haven Florida
Geatt were hostesses and serveddelicioue the Belle Glade office of the Florida I I condition, age and other factors. .
feed drinks and homemade Mrs. Peter Koaros of Miami left : State Employment .Service during Still seeking employment through tfc

cake to the twenty-four members this morning for her hoe after a, August Arthur M. Larrimore.I I the Moore Haves Florida State

pr aemt. fear-day visit with her suter. Mrs, manager of the local office said Employment Office at the beginningof RENT OR SELL-S rooms famished -

Fetix fireM and !.Ir. Utreil today. I September were %0. including 19 five to twenty acres. Rent

PERSONALS I A total of 30 referrals to Jobs veterans. The largest number of year in advance. H. :Moser 1&

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Greene. Rev were made during August while j applicants are Qualified in agriculture miles SE Moore Haves Slip."HOt'hEWIXES. ;

,..., Don Wilson spent the I and Mrs. John Moor and daughter job placements were reported at fishing and semi-skilled I'

we-4 in Miami. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins were business %i. including 8 veterans. occupations. Need school fauda

I visitors in Tampa Wednes- Employers contacted by local] "Job applications continue to In- for children. Four hours a day ',

Florida State Employment Service representing Avon in your neighborhood -
J. E. Frierson was a busmes day. crease faster than Job opportunities -
vttter in Pants Ras&a Sunday. personnel in behalf of job applicants ," )lr. Larrlmore said urging will pay rout welL Write :

i Miss, Mary Ann Draaghn, who totaled 28. Job orders for a totalof employers to place all Job
business vlsi-i has been attending summer sessions 26 person were placed by em-1 lugs with the FTo'rlda State Employ- Moor Haven." Slip.
t C. Q. Busseil was a
at South Georgia College; is spend- ployers in the. state daring the ment Service office here. )lr.
tat ta Peering JWednesday.Wrtard j
=- ing a brief period between session month. I Larrimore stated that the agency is !

Archbold of Lake Placid I with her parents. Dr. and ')Irs. D. Although the monthly report Indicated doing everything possible to make i I
I 1)1. Draughn. that a major part of the the local Florida State Employment !
In town business Wednes-
was on
i activities were in behalf of veterans -I Service office) a central community Mark R. Tennant
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? Miss Bertha Gram and C. V. the filing of unemployment; clearing house where all u--.

accompanied by ),Ir. compensation claims by non-veter I employers and all workers can get
E. J. Bewyer and R. T. Ahern Parkinson Parkinson's sister. Miss Edwina ans made up. large volume of. the best employment results. The Real Estate Broker

aide a bsstoess trip to Lakeland ,work during the Period. local the court
Washington D. Cleft .. office is located at
Parkinson OOT7XTT
Wednesday In Mr. Bowyer's Plane. I I
the first of the week for a Unemployment compensation pay i
month's vacation in Pacific Coast I ments in Glades County amountedto A representative will be IB Moor OOT Congress BMg. Miami Fta.

Stoo Stalls spent several days states and in Mexico x to and were made to 1 man I Haven Wednesdays from 1:00 to
l lI
oser the week-end visiting friends during the week ending August 20. i 11:06.
kt TMa-aSten. Ga. !i
Mrs Gordon Wilson of Mont

Ala., who has been visiting
8ulr Warman.and Jack Burch gomery.
ef Miami were week-end gaests of her daughter and son-in-law. Rev

),Ir. aid Mrs. Stanley Wayman. aDd Mrs. W. S. Bozeman for the I
Mrs. Joe MatMsen hag returned past couple to her of borne weeks called returned by yesterday the-:' Now We Are ReadyTO

frea a visit wKh relatives in NorthCarettaa. serious Illness of her

Mr. and Mrs. W L. Bellamy

H. Etherton left this morningfor ;
W. A. Barren was a basiness Mrs
viittor in West Palm Beach on DeLand to attend funeral servIces Automotive and MarineSERVICE .
Mrs. Bellamy
for aa uncle of ..
'Goals! and Mrs. Etherton who passed away "
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sass Stalk and Harold CaSs at his home there

are leaving Sunday for Gainesville!I ing. ,
where they will enroll as freshmenat PAID I
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Americas Fix Defense Treaty; Rain Was MadeThere w i I As the crowded bus came to a

was no wind In the Windy standstill a stout. mMdte-aged

Corn Crop Estimate Lowered; City. and the heat was holding on man descended the stairs carrying .

d like grim death. Couldn't somebodydo a small girL

i Plan New War Frauds Probe something? Tenderly placing his burden on ;
I "Definitely yes" said CoL Robert (Editor's Note: Jack Lalt the curb, he ascended the stairs "

l! .Raleaaed by Weatera Rtwapapar Union.lEDITOB'S R. McConnlck's Chicago Tribune Broadway columnist is pest again and shortly returned car. ;
stepping mightily into the breach conductor of this column while tiny dog. Placing the dog
NOTKi Wfcao N las are l'r'M. to tata eeUm tier ar* (Ikaa .( rying a
i VttKra ltenpayn V.1.. sews aaalrila aa: ... ...M rUof Ihl* a.wgay.r.> and vowing that the self-styled I Mr. Wlnchen Is OD vacation.) beside the child he returned upstairs .
"world's greatest newspaper* and descended bear
'POLE-TO-POLE: FRAUD: would not stand by and watch loyal Games of Ch"" ,.: ing a second child which he stood :

Chicagoans bake. The Tribune The damp In Las Vegas are In beside the first Once more he "
Mutual Defense New Probe the dumps. . Mexico has relegal- ascended the stairs and again returned '

Jsmti Monrot, "!//* PretUtnt of titVmttd All is not quiet on the war contract i ized gambling. . Pres. Miguel carrying a third youngster.

St tlt, taJ bit tJ in spat, ftIttst front and the intermission Aleman issued a decree lifting the These evolutions were eagerly -.

ft the inter'Amerittn dtftnit tonffrenci which followed the petering out of ban that his predecessor had i observed by a passenger seated
Petrofolii. Brfitl, in Angtut, the : clapped on all of chance ex-
t Hughes investigation is just games j inside the bus who as father proceeded .4
f 1947. about over.Charging. cept horse-racing. . That means to dismount with his third .i

r When the conference agreed on a that "fraud and over- the wheels will whirr and the bones I' offspring, exclaimed: "He must .i

mutual aid treaty for North and payments" involving millions of will bounce again at Agua Catiente have a nest up there!" .-.J
South America and their territorial dollars have been found in war contracts and Tiajuana, a short ride from ':J

waters, and set up a vast North Rep. George H. Bender Hollywood. where dwell the softest :;
Pole-South Pole hemispheric security (Rep.. Ohio) announced bravely and juclest suckers. . The casino i!
zone, the celebrated Monroe that his house sub-committee at Caliente was turned into a school <: CLASSIFIED
doctrine was developed to Its logical will investigate.For on expenditures would make it rain by sowing dry; but Baron Long, San Diego and Los ,

conclusion 124 years after its ice into a cumulus cloud. Angeles hotelman who controlled It. : DEPARTMENT j
inception.This his opening barrage. Bender Forthwith on a torrid afternoon ,: thinks education may move over for i
sighted on the Justice department the Tribune plane went'aJoft, threw more immediate returns. . Tia- > -
was the burden of the Mon- which he said has !! BUSINESS t INVEST. OPPOR.
"failed to prose- some dry ice into a cloud and Juana has no tools of the trade, but .
roe doctrine in 1823: "It is only cute" 93 fraud cases referred to it. claimed that it had rained somewhere I have never known gambling para- ': THE KNACK of making money I. any 'ofc.businea j
when our rights are invaded or seriously or professtoo. Postal lirlafl detail
First witness scheduled to appearas for 40 minutes. The colonel pheraalia to hide from a cash cus- | .. Write tooIaGaAXOa SPTPLTSEKT1CE. ;
menaced that we resent injuries Bender's group prepared to open reared back to rest on his laurels. tomer. . The other border towns i i Bax tlSS, L.wbt.e. ....
make preparations for our -' -- -
or public hearings was Lindsay C. 1 I ........
on a smaller scale, undoubtedly win EARN *3S TO S3 WEEKLYcards. .
defense . in this hemisphere . Warren, comptroller general who (It i4erdessloped thtf rtin Af Ittti to it also Calexico Send We to cover aaffias.MCMILLAN .
go pronto j: COMPANT
MeCormUk'i exptrimtntd firm nttrWheat
Today, the Americas are making will testify concerning evidence dis- Juarez Nuevo Laredo and any others seas -.ulart. Part (5. (WeD IL IlL
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preparations for hemispheric defense covered by the general accounting I which have Yankee neighbors. .!

in advance of any menaceor office that fraud and overpayment Next day William R. Hearst's i' Caliente was the luxury spot. . i it ELP4ANTED-MEN_
invasion of their rights. The mu- existed "in more than S per cent ofall Herald-American, seizing opportu-i Adjacent to Tiajuana which Is MEN IN THEIR ra TO Wa.To ropraaemt
some i ii I
tual defense treaty embodies three the cases which it has audited nity by the forelock, announced that j! I Nationally known manufacturer IfSsca
i 15 miles from San Diego it was a lass* of maintenance material. atta**.
main points: under the contract settlement act." it too would rend the heavens witha nightly rendezvous and week-end paint and related bees to lMt.$ _1,

1. In the case of armed attack The hearings probably will notturn batch of dry ice. First Hearstian concentration point for the movie j I I: Urf. property Liberal eommiaaloaa owner and place and ana of .kw ted Jneca. -

from outside the hemisphere, ; into another three-ring circus try ended in ignominy. There !Iweren't personalities. . The casino was ; territory to 4 producers and r.kre.c..1..pae.aea Ginbackgrow quaHaMttap*.,

all nations have the automatic like the Hughes affair, although any cumulus clouds, or any a magnificent, luxurious near-minia : Writ. RCfteaal Diretter, U..... oa a.*

right te meet tile attack with anything can happen. Sen. Owen clouds, over Chicago.The tine of Monte Carlo's. . There was .-.... c..-F.O. ..-.-'n1.--TaMaaaeae-*. na.

military measures. Jrewster's war investigating com- second attempt however hit a ritzy hotel, with vart-slzed bung i i
f 2. If military attack occurs Inside mittee has nothing to do with this the jackpot. It rained like every- lows. . Every known type of MISCELLANEOUS

the hemisphere, American one. thing and cooled off a little. Possiblyit game from chuck-a-luck to roulette : Na.W Up'f425'" Day Wd/lIfV
nations may go voluntarily to was coincidental that natural flourished in the clubhouse too. I i

the aid of the victim with consultations Midwest Clinic thundershowers arrived the same . The dough did flow. i lc 8iWSelM

to follow. afternoon, but the Herald-American In the mile or so between Tia \W no DTHQ' best
3. If attacks occur both Inside generously conceded that part of juana and Caliente still stands the wrist MT./c*vaaaw
the credit should to natural laws.It For Sport. Work or Ores Accurate
the hemisphere and outside the go unfinished catchall begun by Jack Swtsa precision momnevta. Badtum

security region Immediate consultations was an interesting contest i! Dempsey. . Why it was never !! band.band and Genuine numeral leatber Red band titty Uaoreak-m.und

win be caned. while it lasted in Chicago, but completed has not been officially ex- : able Crystal. Each watch carries a

Thus despite the opposition of out In Arizona a group of Hopi [ plalned. . It seems the M written SS poatpaid.factory Attach guarantee.remittance And to only tW
Indians, dancing with snakes I ties of Baja California, ad and mall toBENJAMIN
some Latin American nations to the *. WILLIS. IMairiaoter
U. S.-espoused "Monroe doctrin- outdId both newspapers. They had approved the project, autbori-I !.. E. seta .... .... A.'.... U. Calif.
,isrn" it appeared certain that the said they worked up a cloudburst federal government had

"hands off the Americas" policywas maybe, vice versa. . Anyway It PERSONAL

in for a big revival !in the atom- I| was a fight the big mauler lost. ......u.-ArtUIUL Way Suffer Get .

la age. SAY UNCLE: i The gambling fever on this side na proven Information.remedy. A No poet oaiuattaB card w8. *brine etk'*

of the border appears to have Lakaralary, t. O. Bex. i Ckasskenkarc..
'TORRID ZONE: Ford Gives Up waned. . Nevada isn't enjoying a

Abandoning his laudable, if nonconforming ; rush and Saratoga where all bar. Planning for the Future?
Corn, Declines efforts to stabilize automobile | riers seemed to be down walled out
Thermometer-happy Americans prices. Henry Ford U an- : loud. Buy U. S. Savings Bond!

struggling feebly; in the moist nounced that prices on "most mod- I I Few even of the wise Insiders -
'clutches of a record heat wave, els" of Ford passenger cars and an realize the possibilities of ,
could take cold comfort from the truck models would be boosted from this Industry when It Is flourish .

fact that temperatures were being $20 to $97 effective immediately.It ing. . la one season, at MIami -
exceeded in height only by the price was an average increase of 4.2 the national syndicate of

.of corn. per cent the announcement said, racketeers cleaned ap six mil
With abnormally hot weather prevailing r err. the rise being dictated by "the sirn- ; lion dollars; and that was bad

over most of the nation, because, two yean before, the

grains continued to deteriorate from Sister Elizabeth Kenny is pie- WHAT PRICE FORDT take had been almost ten million
lack of moisture and prices of both tared a. she dedicated the Sister On March 31, 1933 list price dollars.
'!corn and oats hit new record highs. of the Ford eight-cylinder super
Elizabeth Kenny clinic for infantile Yes there is syndicate.
It Is
''September corn was selling at $2.45 deluxe: Tudor sedan was $55*. a Chafing
paralysis at Central, HI., thoroughly organized and Is in 'iJ lieVSS
Today It Is $1.293. la the I operation Eaeeaa
bushel and oats past 15
a September
the first such Institute to be established right this minute, from coastto I\e Sunburn
,zoomed to $1.08tt breaking a record outside of years, the list price of that t
Minneapolis coast, with
assets into
model has been raised 18 times running 'M'st n
for oats futures set in May, PasRESINOLINTsLIIT
Minn. Clinic was made possibleby and lowered four times for incalculable figures. . Its principal Vi1C' ..
1920.The popular subscription of $123- an shareholders live in New York. ..s..
- overall increase of about 135
grain market prices went 000. percent
Newark Chicago. DetroIt. Los Angeles -
\ through the roof following a department and San Francisco. . Each I I >>

: of agriculture report that the FASCISM: has his exact"piece." . Any man
country's heat-seared corn crop pie necessity of keeping Ford :Motor who owns 2 per cent is a millionaire,

would produce only 2,437,000,000 Acting at Home company on a sound economic . The top New York participant

.. bushels, a 223 million bushel drop Doctrine of Fascism officially de- basis." ;," holds 7H per cent . And he is 7I r
from the August 1 estimate. The action, following price increases something like general -1
manager. as
feated in World War II, remains as ,
Although agriculture department a possible danger both in the United by virtually every other automotive 1 I the general headquarters are here. : .:

officials had hoped earlier this States and abroad. manufacturer marked the with a large accounting department, I c a+. w...
i year for a 3 billion bushel corn defeat of Ford's lonely stand a board meeting room, colored pins >tIn tesr ....0ActlWu
crop to keep food production high That was the"Fascism gist of a congressional "- against the forces ollnftation.t t the maps and all the rest that'' PAIN IBI uiayNes.. w
weeks of hot. dry winds shrivelledthat survey. in Action. An this rise goes with far-flung business. '
the refer- gave to a disturbing i big Oft SPKCAD OM ROOSTS
compiled by legislative
i hope, and the corn crops of ence service of the library of con- question: If the Ford dynasty is unable | Founded on crooked money that ,
Iowa and Illinois, major producing to hold the line inflation -- -
and released to the against !, began with bootlegging, most of its '
: sections, continued to decline stead- gres what if anything, can? > capital Is now decidedly legitimate. ;
only after months of altercation and HOTf'tFUSHES1tI
. Into it have gone the dirty proft,<
: its of narcotics, vice protected '
fly.HEADLINERS While the main body of the bulky Mi ng. et cetera, but, while much gam- !
report dealt with Fascism abroad Bilbo Dies i I,
:I I Ii 1 of such traffic atm operates the
Rep. Wright Patman (Dem. Tex.) tLl.
Theodore G. Bilbo of Mississippi 1 principal money now turned over t\ ID' ,oar "wa'"t to
; in a foreword to the document said t.acuwat mlooi.-egr 1IC2.1d pscalLr -
raucous politician master of the ;, is from a huge chain of first-rate to wo..a cause $0 au.r hog
bluntly that "There are many congressional filibuster, was shouted :\ hotels a number distilleries and < a abes. aaron. roil

i strong symptoms of Fascism" in our dean, in debate with death at the breweries, vast real estate that is i Flpkhan-a ured foaunca Vecetabl, n. Ctnapooad *... -
own society although age o! 63. among the choicest in the country o auca aymptoma. ft. /* u>w

they may masquerade under less He died in a New Orleans hoe restaurants and nightclubs, and Interests tor TaUa this jrorpooal regniarlj nflkhnn'i Coo

odious names. pital of "progressive heart failure in commercial enterprisesfrom Pound ketea buCd op to HT aM
Correctly defining Fascism as "a acaiaat iacidUue.*.Thovauuu b *
without ever printing plants to pie bakeries. reported beorttl AJao a t.r*afieetm
philosophy and a way of life which having taken his' t""a'-nl Ionia Worth trytact

I state requires with that an its unwavering followers serve faith the" seat as Mississip Haiti tomtit It tit fins i*NUT ll IIfJf .Tllf4 1I111""1H1f'Slo y
pi's senior senator York to best . wbX, tornptieitti -
Patman asserted that the best
to which he was : ptriitopt-ljpt tontrtpHon, --4
weapons with which to combat it elected in 1948 on a 11'6".6". from ttt mtnfgtr'l ojfeo, VNU-14 n-.
i are education full employment increased platform of white j Of sJJnaing Urm, ont ton m mp

. John Sampson income and an alert organized supremacy. .** dons mnj bU on awy / WASHINGTON I
'IN labor movement T*e offieij -to" it ,. spy.gies/ WatchTourKidneys
Bilbo refused !
Kirby, 69 under, (above observation) of Tennesseewas after He might have added, also thatit admittance was to the' it et... e1....,ltd ,.. ton ," ,
placed might other
is a state of mind which flourishes senate chamberben tare ntkonanmg
him packing a .
nabbed '
police had -, going***. -
to the capitol declaiming in many homes and neighborhoodsas the 80th congress ': Hap n.... c.... ,... ....
pistol loudly a build'sad" tsst a result of powerful environmental Blbe convened because : .f Harmfel BetIy Taji .-
influences arising from ignorance of charges |I Information Please! John Kieran v_"*-
of the United an iilMifr IHrl-i
been elected" president bigotry and race-hatred. by a senate investigating committee I i. knows a lot of answers, but heTl a***matwt Ins taakaeTaVoua.hi
States. never find out how I found oat that bseey..tl..1.gbtb..wrtrMa.
that he had accepted bribes from ..
act 1Palam
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-\ IN NEW YORK . Virginia Wal TIlE SWIFT: war contractors for procuring them. he plans a secret wedding for Sep- ----- tb C ........
too' Brooks U, just returned from southern airfield construction Jobs. '', tember. The lady is Margaret Ford. weir.ud.....w .=

u African hunting trip with her 1. Oysters Lose He denied the accusation to the end Boston Herald staffer. John a widower .
parents, proudly revealed that and she Oysters simply aren't fast enoughto and carried with him to the grave :, is 53; his fiance is quite a .=-.q.1L-q.1:1 m4;a ..-
had shot not only an elephant get away from predatory snails his determination to sit in the 8Cth bit less'n that. . Larry MacPhaQ i ., ----

: a lion but also such esoteric crea- whose pace has been clocked officially congress : probably win refuse to do as he ........

'tunS as a bat red cereDUks.an 1m-. at .00353005) miles an hour. And as the body of Theodore Bilbo was told again but his physician .N.r w _..A .c
fox. an ordered him
to quit baseball and an
: ory:, a Plodding along on a treadmill at was laid 'to rest in PolaryQTe, '""
.per twO dik4iks and a klipspring the University of Maryland fish and Miss, Americans perceivedthe I business activities after the World
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wildlife laboratory, a test snail covered irony which accompanied the r-..
; . Mrs. Anna MeU.Cu. the probable title for the Allied Artbts' r
CHICAGO 22 feet and H inch in 11 boors Impressive funeral cortege like a
in her leg movie of Babe Ruth's life.
; 47. had bad a pain and 30 minutes a pace swift shadow-that the champion of white Roth ...,..,
curl- gets SlSQ. eo for th rights and
became Bob
foe 40 years, finally enough at least to overtake ancyster. supremacy at last should be stilled t
the Irritated area aDd Considine rates a handsome figure '
may, pressed out a tWlinch sewing needle.si . only by the universal leveler. for the book which will be published DOANSPliLS

walled before the film is released.

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1M/L INSavings WASHINGTON / Dried beans are best whenl Sew lingerie guards in ah *i I
cooked in soft water, for hard blouses to assure even straps. A
w R water toughens the skins. I narrow tape stitched at the shoulder 1
Day Begins for -.- seams will do the job perfect I l

b y wester's.we.ps 6a+.oV Aairei Account Tea ea give variety to wades'. ly. Leave the end closest the neck i
Gromyko by adding two cups of finely i i unstitched. Use snap to attach.
One in Four on Relief hubbub about just I
alarm clock goes off an- the Re- chopped apples to each two cups
TRY to visualize $35,097,618.156! nouncing that it is S a. m. Mr. money af flour used in a standard waffle | To brighten tarnished gold 1
To me that Is an utterly incomprehensible Gromyko silences it and declares it publicans saved the country Ii IiI recipe. pieces rub them lightly with a I
sum, and I expect it is to be 4:30. I during the last session of con- __._ I! tooth brush dipped in ammoniaand

the same to ail readers. It represents 2-He is disturbed by a wrong gress is continuing, and prob- Many foods may be reheatedand baking soda.

the amount the Federal governMent phone call. The caller asks, "Will : ably will continue, with a kind served again without change -e-

paid out as aid to individ- you excuse it, please?" He replies I in flavor if heated in a double j" Stews and soups are much more

uals in the 13 years 1934 to 1946, in- that he cannot consider this sugges- boiler and steamed through instead 1 i, tasty if you use leaves. of cauliflower

clusive. It represents payments by tion until he confers with. Moscow. of bringing it in contact I, cabbage, and similar
the federal government only. It 3-He rises and takes his settingup with direct heat. I I, greens as flavoring

does not include any relief pay- exercises standing on his head,
ments by states, counties or just to be different h
palities. It does not municl-I 4-He shaves, but with a wrong Some Helpful Ideas in TO SOOTHE ITCH::

subsidy payments.The side of the razor. RASH
That Wedding OR TiTTIR
5-He Planning
consults the U. N. agenda
nearest I can come to' and in I Quickly apply toothingajid com-
preparation puts in half
a wlta
the meaning of such a vast sum antiseptics '
hour in shadow boX lg.He its wholesome and nature .
Is to distribute It among individuals. -o- aiding medication.Nothing;elM .-
It Is equivalent to the Uk It-nothing so comforting
goes to the hotel dining
for externally caused skin
payment, over that period, of
room. The waiter greets him with a I troubles. S5c: Get a package today.
$1,000 to each of more than U "Good I ,SUI Zry'of
morning He asks time for
million people, one-fourth of further study before acknowledging I
the population of the United the truth of the statement I l that nuke folks
States. Broadly It means that 7 He consults the menu. The happy frenzy, until the last Beautiful Weddings sleep all IgbtlWw !
of each four people three have head waiter makes a few T e s.d ship aa&.t.5sds ..._ ..
had to pay for the support of tions. He sugges vote is counted in November, Depend on Planning ._tau....bs.es.a.sd a.at as..
vetoes them. ..pt ...... .MriFtUamijiya&arijrthia ..
1948. -
fourth. And that condition R-The waiter says, "The griddle ..... I
exists in America and with We have it the as b.s.. Biacb21!
a cakes and now, on Republicans' -
sausages are very good. U beautiful wedding 1" . MCI r...,PI...
people throughout whose history He replies, "I demand further proofof own authority, that they \\7HAT* a I i c-- ..... Pub mtt biases y m wnku M
as a nation have, with but rare scraped a neat $7.181,000,000 off the The perfect ending to a DOCBLK OCR MONET BACX.
that statement"9He .
the flattering Man 24-ftov- Get F iey Pi1Ioo. a..
exceptions, provided for them- federal budget It's Just like findirg perfect day-hearing
is asked, "Do you care for Si01 F.Uw\JlII: ; J' L
comments of guests as IT aICT I
selves. chipped beef in cream?" and replies the money, say they. That particular your
walk the
- Something like one-fourth of our that this is the first time the: figure, incidentally, was quotedby you and the groom up

total population-men. women and question has come up and that be Rep. Styles Bridges (Rep., aisle. . .
N. H.), chairman of the senate -
had no notice of it appropriations
children-are living off the productive -
committee. Tho tovellnen say wedding depend
efforts of the other threefourths.We BO the amount and kind of planning that Yodora
boast of 60 million employed U He settles for eggs. The Democrats, naturally, will scoffat f o* into It. :planning your* to be mem

workers, but with that our federal waiter asks, "Hard or soft?" to I that claim. Their assertion is arable Our booklet start No 104 e well.. help to advance yea Coven
payments for relief would indicate which he replies sharply, "Hard of that the Republican congress deliberately every deUS from the engagement to checks
some 30 million non-producers who course. Russia likes nothing soft. i under-appropriated in order the wedding receptlon-tzpensts. dres ,
Send 23c In cola for
are living off the producers. 11-He decides' to return to his j I to make a good record. "ettourttc.How U PUo ev=rrtiitni Tow KeddiBf to 'eeklNtwupip !
hotel room and goes to the ejeva- **Service.141 Welt 17tfe lIL, N*. perspirationodor
EVEN IN' BOOM TIMES But for the disinterested by-
The | Tat 11. N. T. Print name address wit
tors. starter asks, "Express?
stander tit be exists) there is woe booklet cue and No. KM.
The i
payments not stop during He replies, "No. The starter asks, i
the flush war years when industrywas "Local?" He replies "No." 1 a third point of view provided

crying for any and all men or IS-"Can't you say, 'Yes1 to one by the actual figures in the Publicity Stunt Stirs Up I .
women. who would work. They have suggestion or the other?" inquiresthe ease. A summary of fond grants THI WAT
not stopped in the flush peace- starter. "Not without. violating indicates that President Trai Press and Packs Theater }

time years since the war. As lateas Moscow's orders," snaps Gromyko, i man asked congress for 138- At the premiere of the film Made with a ftet ertam bet Vbtioraii "
1946. last the federal 231,000,000 daring the 1947 ses- I aduofff N. W Bormal akma. 1 .
year gov- who nevertheless takes an express. Trilby in New York in ISO, the "
ernment paid out more than a billion 1J-" indly stand back in the car sion. He got 35127000000. Subi i I press agent employed an actressto No bank cbeaicali or irritating _
and a quarter dollars as relief to allow room for others," calls the tract oae from the other and sit In the audience and feigna aha.. Beat bra nth .r doUung.

aid to individuals. On top of that elevator boy. Mr. Gromyko refusesto you get a difference of $3,163- 1 trance, at the end of the first Stay* soft sad creamy! aerer gets .
That falls about four
many hundreds of millions were budge. The elevator boy repeatshis 000,009. showing in which he found berJ graay.

paid by the states, the counties and request "I cannot commit my- billion dollars abort of the Republican and called several physicians, according Try,..,.Yodcn--tM woaderfvl '.,

the municipalities. Altogether a self on that until you put it properlyin claim. j to ColLer's. Not know. ..
staggering, incomprehensible totaL the form of a motion," explainsthe ( tag the girl had run around the t .:.

Since the early 1930s we have Russian leader.. Do Something J block a few minutes before the t

been crating an indolent class. - More and more people are com :doctors were.baffled by her pulse L
II-After getting some papers in i and respiration making the case .,
Instead of teaching industry ing to feel that congress, like a r
and thrift; of the virtues of the his room he phones for his auto. dowdy woman, really should do ; more mysterious. t
individual providing for him- "The big car or the little car?" is something about itself. Congres-i So for weeks, the press published N.+e.

self, we have taught the advantages the query. "Consult your codebook sional bumbling and inefficiency I II j a interviews with psychologists

of idleness. We have ," is the .answer.. have nourished a strong sense of Insecurity j t on the possibility of a person

shown our people how to live i I among Americans who | i in the audience being hypnotized mew a Y.ra Y., r.% :

without work: how unnecessary The Garble Sisters I want their governing body to be { by a screen character -- ,

it is to save for the rainy days.We "Are you following the baseball competent, swift strong and efficient '. such as Trilby's Svengali and the
hare encouraged indolence. race this season?" I They realize that national curious packed the theater. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds 1COAL ,

i 1 "Yes, it looks like: the Yankees and international crises can move : -
The American people do not propose were a sure thing. They're great i upon them with incredible swiftness :

that the needy and helpless under that new manager, Ernie I and have done so. Congress i
shall starve suffer, but it is time 1
or 1 i, be bulwark not !' f "
for thoe00 can work, but will Bevin. Brooklyn" is going great must a strong an 1j j
old fuddy-duddy.
not to find out they must providefor I guns"Look, too.at the way Tony Baksi and i . HEATER
themselves if they would eat
Tile are tutting the ball this sum When Are the Irish t.r.
We need some severe lessons in r
industry and thrift to teach the in- I mer." > Economy minded householders Start a Fire But Once a Year!

doiettts we have created that the - still shudder when they think of how '

f day of the "gimmes" has passed; I! "What" new monies have you some 20 million bushels of potatoes !! Exclusive Patented Interior! \(;
j ?
the day when something could be teen. were destroyed, left in the ground I ,
Mrs. and
obtained for nothing is over; that if j The to rot ia 1946, while another 60 million i j

they would eat they must work. i 1 The Egg I thought and the but Badman'I like 'BruteCrosslire' were !: bushels were given to charitable 'I' 4 LLI2fl1ur1' imqri LOW COST! s
good '
: institutions. At the same time. '
'The Huckster and
Rights of Local GovernmentA 1 the Bobby Sorer.' :, potatoes they had were ever been priced before.In higher. than Do as more than a million have done 1

N ISSUE that will loom large "They say 'The Perils I of High line with that, a potato expert ..heat with a WARM MORNING...
swelL good
Barbaree' is seen
* in the coming presidential election legitimate show the other alIbI.'Finba' recently figured out that Americans the amazing coal heater that has : ,::4

will be a return to the peoplethe Birthday.'" today are not eating spuds like become a sensation throughout the 1

rights of local and state self be i "A friend of mine seen it Shedidn't their parents did. In 1909. the per Nation? Only heater its kind in the j 1
government. Strange as it may well 'Call MiBrigadoon' capita consumption of potatoes was world? Exclusive patented Interior. ,
be like it as I'
in the light of history, that will
195 pounds. In 1946 it was only
or 'John Loves Har. Plenty of healthful dependable heat. !
Democratic to
more a Republican than a I I pounds. But was this because of the I II .
demand. In that connection : 1 i W" . I high prices? Or in spite of them? Substantial fuel savings. Easy to fire. i "
there is one privilege neither party | I Or are we learning to love caviar ; Your home is WARM every MORNING :
win demand for the states. That La'I! I Nuclear instead? when you getup, regardless of !
. the spending of state money for 'I The golden ndi . ;r:c.c., the weather. There's a model just t'

the development of state projects j'I Itstnnish..will t; I Full Employment i suited to your home needs! f' :;:
when the federal government can I

be induced to pay the bilL Just why Be extra hot It isn't ordinarily the subject of Bums any kind of coal, coke cr t .i
I talk the most select Wash-
for example, the people of Boston I among
should assist in paying for a control I ; (Dr. John Maxwell leader cf i I ington circles, but there are now briquets. I ;j.
of flood waters in the Los'I Chicago vegetarian society, is rein g: i approximately three million people > Start a fire but once a year. t c-;

Angeles river, is a question hardto boosted for President of the U. S. b y, I Ion the federal civilian payroll. That Heats aH day and night without

answer. That is but one of many, his friends. Here is a proposed campaign -. compares with an original 600,000 in refueling. I: ;,
and a small item, of the purely song:) 1932. The Washington pioneers must 3 r
Requires less that ', 'e"-.
have come from behind the plows > ;
local or state projects for which the Maxwell Is the man for me- t
federal government is asked to, and i Friend of carrot and of pea! from the teeming cities, from allover most furnaces. 1 ; 1t1
does. pay. Representatives and Vote for sae whose platform this great land to tab federal The lowest cost dependable but ;;

senators win continue to be expected : means tIIIt an be both jPII4t
to bring home the bacon. : i Justice for the lima beans. 1 1 ,,{

Supplying the money is not the partof ....t.e. Off/
local and state self governmentthe To the voting places, men! sins W f

people are demanding. It is not Down with flesh of cow and heal Nw MAli HOMES PLAN ROOM t t a
a the grants from the centralized gooernment I Truman Taft or Dewey Na! f
to which they object Give some spinach faa a show! A big, eoIarfIIt 16p.ge r f _
o i who will ....smaI loam. 4IaIpe4 ---
Speaking of bleb costs: You Han U a candidate fc, gQBHylag f. '_"
may not realize that since 19%!. i Tour plate with vegetates a+t --adubd a ....." i" >, _
while the price of food has Increased i Ia every pot a cabbage large Milk spas Matra. :
331 per cent When the ADd two Swiss Chard ta each lac* feoew pncfieat: to* U'! ::. ':

fi price of beefsteak is higher than ; garage! . salt eta,,(nodsra Bk*prints= }: /
win we can buy neck 'Jobs paying at least oh. at least ,
we pay. I! tefedie. t" t6* /. **? **.**"r w anal out) itnt J5c far raw tasty }:-
bones or tell the market maD I 0. .$h.as Titan Meet y: $3,100 a year. of GIll fd.eab MboneM book(t..- -:
to go jump in the river. There ydio perr.1.i A! ru MIH7 1,... la.g N lap t ... lib 5Ck). TM'. M*, .oo.
is DO way oat with the tax collector ., Atkin . I oa.ielt More. aip, aWW hr.... b... I4Jfr II ... c. ...... -- >iI ,:setftata .

; we pay, M matter bow Carol Landis has endorsed a beer. 1 j.r aH null lj__of b.n.aw lJ',w. falls i-:;:
exorbitant the charges may dark fc. ..... 8. .... -. "-:
Bat she leaves lIS to the asher ; 1..f LtdCE: ST0VC CdM?AMY ' y <-
be. Today government such as relere for the china rrewI. t ..-,_S. bto.r j. v isk.r..aa I > Jr
it is. Is costing as more than H. the .>* to **a* .M.M l14t111i/L_ aaa.Qlr..-
the food we eat There is aa I U
election next year. l lR.1.aaed lr

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"In Fort Myers no, but in the : missioner King Mr. Thompson !'ald. makers, "So far and no farther:'I: ber presented for cashing: w4fttwentyfive '

C. R. BITTING o\erall plan:' )fro Thompson replied -j|| the citizens .f Fort Mvers eaa I ADd compulsory service is favored the second day a& i \"n

"We are ready to construct''! expect: : improvement in service as to **** Ua le Seat the strong arm less daring the mnisisrnt days of

i DIES AT HOME INil il tbe $85.400 addition to the present i the plan motes along but the overall : he needs te elfeere peace : the week

building here. The slew switchboards I project will not be completed I II Until the Unites Nations is equipped -

are on order bat the cable for about two to three -eaM We to take over the job that wlJi PATRONIZE
WATCH HILL R. 1.1 is still lacking have just added lour positions, one do the bnsiness And it is the onlY I __
Written Protests, local aad three toll and will add thug that win do it. As the Leg'

; ____ I Ii Written protests stellar to that : five more local nesttioas l with the : ton's nation commander concedes, 3eTI" TAX 4rn.irTMFOR
y..."u rim, u. I I.. o,," L S -SoU.nnrequiem filed by the Merchants' Association; new building" it may result in some shooting in I -- '.
1 came from L. H. Nash, Clewlstoa, Greece little
I or Hut a j '
mao was celebrated yesasrday ; K IS HEREIn11::\' that
(Monday for Mrs. Regtea'iteiparet .Harry Fagan vice-president of the Williams' Camp- 'I! shooting by experts will save aj I I I FrancA. .. Hardy. huller of Erersl4f -
First National Bask Stepper and whole the nminaice! T'iMriot T fVrtlfwatt -
; Bittm:, wife of Clarence 1 by amateur: 'bats I I number 486 dttd tl XOtbd
If. Bitting, who died at the natty 4 l li Wooislair. the Fort Myers Insurance essence of the Legion pi"sram --I{(: y of Junf A D. 1S4I has ;.'. d ., 'd r
Company signed by San' Johnson I Continued tram Bag 1) !I Fort Myers ('ertfice'e 'n nj off.c : and iai mid
i wanner home here en September 4ftsr ; News-Press. application for tax "<.,' and Alderman and Alderman She is hopeful that a troop of Girl I 1I."M' fw accordance with law -dd'I'
an extended UJnmsMrs. .
Clyde Simmons, assistant attorney I Sco ts can be formed here very I if t mbrath.., f(.l lvia!
Hitting M is survived by Osceola Dies- i". ?if j 'i' sltttnt,'1 in''tae>t*
others >
aid who have been ; ; I't't.
her to the commission, remarkedthat r C4 .: 'I' ;r t> FI:. : w t
husband widely known to South ..
"apparentlv these written pro- fat this organization I. l I 1.i,-k o. ),('"'n' :I'ix j.
Florida business circles, by a daughter T'. -- ">"'t"|'t c.f th "'I I irt' "C"
the increase find her wiling and helpful in the (Continued from .
Margaret and Clarence. teats do not mind commensurate ,- P&P'.4) 11,1 i o-H ; ', .ttie.t I. ier': \, -..
a SOB. with service" project. Mr ToapUnja,4* also a ed found federal troops based at l.rh'lIdll1t' i The Rev. Father William Hermes ,', .
d r' 'its'at chair l.
Jim Beardaley Clewteton. chairman eferte leader sad la haujjtf that a ; the military post knows as Fort ..
4Mned "c rd Uu S\ 1wMt
'' t "
pastor of the Pariah of the Most of the Kiwaais community service dab for men vales he or- Myers. After month of guerrilla t.;u: Hi. if 7., u ttis'l<-, ..... : f
Precious Blood Detroit, and longtime Otto4,'r. \ i 11 1'>.7
nlre committee said be bad conducted ganised here sew warfare, ily BttWfegs agreed to .,
friend of the family Dated this :'th des'of Aag'.1 s P.AL .
cejp&rat-,, a private surrey of Ctew- A cordial welcome is extended to an anaistie an* ate of the half tMf
eo the mass at St. Clare's Church (R1 ) f> s.. \ ,..,
He talon and that the "general consensus this new fall as Moore Haven starved Sesslnolea came into the UrK ," ,('tnt Court: .
was assisted by the Rev. rather
; is that there would be AO i residents! fort for removal to Oklahoma. ';tad..s ''i...nty, FItt hi. -
Fiwenmn. pastor of aUaati Corpus Aug :*, acpt. 5-U-U.
Chrlafi Pariah ud formerly pastor' objection to increases If there were I II J'mmie Osceola refused to rui I i I.
a feeling that service is the past : J.tJiIOX itl8JV$ render to the whites and althoughhe Tto\
of St Xanaret's Caorca Ia Cfew- : S
i I I \-OTII': OF TE' "
justified such an increase: Mr.1 put down his arms, their \\ a-
Mon, who flew here for the se1'I I HDoiIJTF.H! P'U' ITS ( \ 'WE'I
g complained of inadequate When the bar from evidence that fr 'h. i!!
ices; also by the Rev. Father Beardsley I I boys came he never >J\'P
and discourtesy of operators.A the first world invaders for broken and i "
Money and the Rev Father Mr-' service war they were grimin treaty TO WHOM IT SLAT qNt'ERN.
Henna of St. Clare's Parish. large number of the Clewiston, their determination keep the; treachery He lived for man, yearsat I I Nutic; UJ. ottdfcr htrcbr given the .r"vi..n"that the Undersigned of-

Floral pieces included a remembrance live are rural and Mr Franklin ;' tailed States from being dragged I Brtgfcte reservation but the I Chapter tOtit, LAWS of Florid. Arts
I pointed oat that BO increase is proposed !j date another one And they knew : Big Cypress remained his refuge i u f 1541. will register with the Clern
from the Sugar kill Workers of
the Circuit Court in and for
Union of Clewiston where Mr. Bit for this type line Mr. Thompson -I jut bow to do it One way was tot; and hunting grounds. I I Glade County, Florida, upon ,receipt
ting for served as said that the Clewiston exchange maintain a military establishment i i BH Bowlegs was the last chief I or proof of publication of ibi> niike.:
many years the fictitious MUM. to-wu: -
president of the United States Soar is already under repair i fo strong that BO nation would hUe(I of the Seminoles. Jimmie Osceola I I MOORS HAVEN APPLJAAXE

Corporation and directed other that a lot for a new building has the temerity to knock any chips off might well have succeeded to that COftFOftATION

large agricultural and industrial dvelopments been acquired cable assigned and Uncle Sam's shoulder Another was position but in the bitterness! of I under which we are engaged it. busl-
lIeN at Steers Have. TtorM
Burial was in the family "all MIr plans are in the future. We to adopt a foreign policy based on defeat, the Seminoles who respected the parties interested ia said* bualI That-

plot at San Sebastian Cemetery, are working on It now." trigger' quick military Intervention as many treaties as the whites I sees are Glean a* T.follow Brewer:

Westerly, R. 1.Telephone. The I'1r4 ComplimentMr whenever anywhere in the world, broke agreed to a condition that I E. Markette

Beardsley commented that some swashbuckling upstart got this "dangerous' 9ffice be kept vacant -I'I'a .

the Clewiston situation has Im- kaiser notions in his head and I There were medicine men and day ..f August* !HaYeD, lilt Florida this
HearingContinued proved in the past two weeks. Immediately started throwing his weight around. members of the councils for tbe several -I I Aug. IS. 29. Sept ft, itt

Chairman Carter arose ,! bands council Ii
Through the American Legion Osceola was a
and shook his hand saying. "I wantto member the infirmities t 11.- THE duel rr < > .
( from Page One) veterans of the other war have con- I until afflicted by COIHT tt TUB

1 necessary to go ahead with the compliment you. That's the first sistently urged these policies and I of old age. I TWKIFTII tIORIDIf JIUiriICIRrtlT: A!SD Foil GLADES OP

plan." He reported earnings now at time I've heard anything compli- events have proved that they were I Little is known fo the Seminole Cot ivy. tt tHANCKHV '!'%o. Its

three percent on investment after mentary said about telephone service absolutely right Had the United side of the three wars in which -

tax ea. I in a long time" States maintained a strong army they defied the white man's agress- EL1ASOIXERSTE1N DITORCE.

Strong opposition came S. C. Fry, Clewiston contractor, and navy and used these forces Ion. Jimmie Osceola, perhaps the FUtntlff. .
Boca Grande delegation of Jetfer-I I presented a detailed report of a whenever aggression appeared there lass living link with that era. car FANNIE DAVIS WO1XERSTEINDrfrndant. .

son Gaines and James survey conducted in a residentialarea would have been nobody able to start ried his secrets with him. .

Gaines presented a petition signed'by which indicated that eight of the second war and leave ns in Seminole and Christian funeral ORDER\OTirK FOR TO PIBIICATIOVTO APPEAR

subscribers in Boca Grande staling 12 subscribers were dissatisfiedwith danger of a third. services were held for him at .: Mm., Fannie Davis W.llfrseia

that they accepted a 50 cent Increase service- Not only as the core of our mlli-:I Seminole member of the Danla.j (0 Brooklyn.Bristol N.Street Y.

for business,phones last Jan- Mr. Carter asked "Do you think tray strength but to eliminate Injustices -I were in charge of the You are hereby required to fttt asappearance
In the court above described -
it's all for the commission to .
right -
calling for Improvements Including """"- 1
which affronted 1917-18 en the 22nd "r of 8e tessber.
the installation of the automatic go along with the company in its veterans when they got back among $20,000 In Terminal 147. at the County Court H n* ID
Moore Haven Glades County, Florida
proposal knowing request
yon may
system.Although the silt shirts, the universal draft and thereafter t. file such defenses
the dial system has been a hearing In the future to was the heart of the Legion's defense Leave Bonds CashedAt as you mar desire or be advised In
reduce rates if the service continues response to tile suit above! entttlad.
Installed, Gaines said the subscribers
program. This meant not only: which is a suit for dlvorc Hades
"feel that no efficiency has to be bad!" the universal training of cannon i Bank On TuesdayClewiston County Democrat I* hereby designated
as the B. .per In which this order -
been seen and the rate Increase is Mr Fry said, "I will an increase fodder; it meant universal serviceby I shall be wp published once a week: r
not Justified. No employes have if there is assurance that the Im- cannon makers and everybody ( News) for four concecntlT week Hweka

been added business and residence provements will come. I think the elsee needed in the war effort All Clewiston GIs wasted little time fall DONE not under AND penalty ORDERED 01 defaaft at Masse

service is unsatisfactory particularly public Is reasonable in that de- hands would be registered and assigned II I Tuesday In taking advantage of their Haven Glades Count Florida. this jj
distance,." nu Uy of August. IttT.
long mand. terminal
: to work for which they were opportunity to cash their
Mr. Thompson replied that the ComtnlsKlon Can Art best fitted; in the armed services ,leave bonds and 100 bonds were Clerk of Ore.** Court. '"

company is well aware of the Boca Throughout the hearing Commissioner in munitions (tents: on farms, the 1'! cashed daring this first day at an I By Glades F S.County Scott ,Deputy Florida.Cloth

Grande situation and with fond I Wilbur C. King emphasized railroads the merchant marine and i| average value of $200. Since the' COPSE & JOHNSON

new stations in Fort Myers part of "You may rest assured that if the j even the civil service All would go I opening day however, there has Moore Haven for, Florida Plaintiff

the difficulty can be eliminated.j commission agrees to the Increase. into uniform for the duration all i i been a marked decline in the nnm AUK Solicitor 22, n, Sept 5. 12

}Jr. Crandall said, "the rompanYI the commission will see that the would get army pay and there wouldbe I

agreed to put in the dial system 1 j promises are carried out:' t no Johnny Meyer running around j .. - ,

there with the 50 cent increase to 1 lie told Mr. Thompson that the picking up cheeks in the might : I - -- -

bring business phone rates on par;I j commission had the power to reduce -; clubs Money in the banks and :

with other cities. rates at any future date providing i the machines of industrial plants

George Treason representative ofI!I bad service exists He said would be drafted too, with property -)

the Morgan Hotel here and the| he was interested In seeing pro-' restored to its owners only '

Boca Grande hotel on cuparllla'I grew made by the company but also I, when the war had been won I FLAMINGO 'i'y
; Island, said, "Since the installation! interested in seeing the "citiienry (. With an all-out universal draft

of the dial system, service is far!served as it should be." i of America's entire resources readvto :
worse than before the change. We! '
In into instant
.Notify Writing go effect the Legion'felt .
think our rates are high now and I 1 Mr. Carter also pointed out that tbe country would be safe. But :

our service worse Mr Crandall, subscribers not of Just to make that
many aware; sure no necessity i i .
I ;t do you include Boca Grande Improvements tbe fact that when a phone goes out would arise for mobilizing this vast !I gDAIRY.FEED I

f t In the overall project i i they should notify the company in power, the Legion favored a foreign I'i ,

"Y a. We want yon to have good i' writing and will not be requiredto policy that would proceed to nip I

service and..1I1 endeavor to improve pay for service during that period in the bud any threat to world

it," the company president 1 lie said that ruling was made peaCe. At that time only three na- Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

replied. by the commission recently i lions besides ours were capable of
Both Mr Crandall and Mr.I' Mr. Franklin showed that the fighting a war; England France
Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR
Thompson said that the Boca Grande company's net operating Income for,, and Japan As it happened Japan

exchange is one of the most difficult 194C was $77,787.12 and said this kicked over the traces. Had the
to operate. They reported that I 3.37 ,, Legion 8\LK tf THIS ARE AT DEHTDnVH\a PLANT IX
represents per cent foreign policy been In effect MOORE HAVEN
ferries and fishermen casting leaders -J Mr. Franklin told the commission the Japs would have been ordered -

: knock out the lines Mr. Thom-, "the petitioner is not only to desist from gobbling up
, 'I' son said it is virtually impossible to i i j making the maximum use of its existing -J'I Manchuria or suffer a blockade by WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

operate an exchange where about plant but has as fast as ma-' the combined navies of the UnitedI MOORE HAVE. FLORIDA

j .$o per cent of the annual traffic I terial and equipment have become I I States Great Britain and France

omes in three months He also'' available constructed additions all of whom maintained Asiatic t

noted that there are only about 85 thereto Its effort to furnish service -I I fleets on a war footing. That would
phones there the year around 1' under these conditions has not have stopped the Jap adventure I Ii
I I i
Too Long to Walt only resulted in loading the plantIn which led them to Pearl Harbor and

Dave Shapard, former mayor of some cases beyond its normal sounded the tocsin for ono Pacific

Tort Myers representing tbe Bradford -;I capacity for the most efficient service -, war I
Hotel said. MI have objections ;1 I
no but has also resulted In the Had the Legion foreign
to the increased rates but largest construction program in the been In effect Hitler would have
want assurance that the improved;, history of the company. been
1 I' chased out of the Ruhr and
service within a reasonable length; \i[ "The petitioner further shows i', Germany disarmed for breaking the

of time will Justify It. Two to three I I that in order to carry out its program treaty fo Versailles That wouldI

years Is too long. It is an Injustice''' of providing the facilities necessary -I I have ended his career long before Sale.
to customers to pay on that length'of to improve, maintain and he got to Munich And under the
time on a promise. | expand service it will be required I!t Legion's; foreign policy Mussolini

Mr. Thompson said it had been to procure large sums of capital to I f bluff would have been called whenI

planned originally to finish the i be invested in its business. Its ability he threatened to dive kamikaze) G
overall plan and then ask for the! to obtain this capital for these I I I planes down the smokestacks of any

Increase In rates but that nete.a1-1' purposes at reasonable costs is dependent -I warships that tried to bar his In-

ty: for?ttndi bad not allowed ItsjCOmjlettOB. upon whether or not its': raslon of Ethiopia. He sounded .

The Seeing exchange !! earnings are sufficient to maintain : mighty tough in those days but FtJ1ALEE t

Las ).sl'been converted to a dial j an adequate credit position" I I, when put to the test it was found

syitem and the rates hiked with the I Blame Geography that his planes eouldnt even hit the I
11&1she4Thia same plan ap- Asked by W. F. Glrtman, directorof same sea allied battleships were In,

pI.0 Wauckala sad Fort Yeade'.lim.eaa"enioa.wtU the communications departmentfor let alone their smokestacks, I
-. be complete commission if the geographical -j Legion policies could have stop*

44 "the nnt'of the feU. arrangement of Fort Myers hadan'thlDI peel Hitler, Mussolini and the laps'

'n.e e cut told )lr. Shape ( to do with the high costs.Mr before they dragged as Into the see-i

4 .ard'that' th. :b1StR'bold up In Thompson said it did He said : ond world war And now at itsj!

commattctst .t1a.5,, 5. ;1lasstitty,, to that Fort Myers being sis miles i j convention In New York the Legion;

get:csble. long and a mile and a halt wlde.j:,1s urging adoption of Its policies to!I' TELEPHONE
need tojy increased the,cost per station con head off a third world war. The

--rw'tern'tU.YOD' twl9:" )ftIundAC siderably. .::* ; . _-j{'r Treman Doctrine is favored as ai|

In answer to a ouestton b> C'>mIr (: means of saying to-for.1 n 1rrotible'
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