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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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! Rural Communities School Okeeckobee F ntertained Flying With Rev. C. H. Eiland I Mrs.Was Horace Guest AtMiscellaneous Watford, Jr. Okeechobee High School Opened Here :.:3:



I i .' Facing A ChangingWtrM.Condition Barbecue WednesdayA Resigns As PastorOf ShowerMrs. Tuesday Morning With Full Faculty ',


good crowd attended the barbecue Horac Watford Jr was ::

cc put on at the Airport Wed Baptist ChurchRev. honoree at a surprise miscellaneous And A Large Enrollment of Stttdmts .

; ; shower given at the home of >' ..
afternoon by Charlie Miller,'
"" 1' nesday -
"j jMlss Peggy Chandler last Thursday
:.' Like all other: parts of modern manager of the Okeechobee Flying C. H. Eiland has resignedas I evening. Too Late to ClassifyBy The Okeechobee High School

;' :> society, rural communities art opened its doors on Tuesday morn.
beet
School. Plenty of barbecue pastor of the First Baptist The home was tastefully decorated -
faced with changed conditions ing to approximately 600 clean
bread coffee with summer flowers lending a RUSSELL :KAY
cabbage, Church
and pork, swamp of Okeechobee and accepted -
both problems J
which bring cheerful to the affair. faced bright looking students, who
atmosphere
and lemonade were the place of the Baptist *
ice tea
the communities as pastor
challenges. The way The bride received beau For two months or more residents began their 1947-48 term with
served to the guests beginning at Church at Miami Shores. His many ::j
=_ meet their problems and face tiful and thoughtful gifts from the of a section of Florida's Gull mingled joy, sorrow or fear-fear ,
five o'clock.Mr. resignation will become effective
their challenges will have a tra- following well-wishers: Mrs. Hugh Coast from Ft. Myers to Tarpon on the part of some of the first- ,
Miller recently took over October first. c
= mendous bearing on the future of Chandler Mrs. Martin Hancock Springs have been plagued with a graders who had to leave the protection .:

: the country, since the nation is mangement of the local airport and Rev. Eiland accepted the pasta Mrs. C. T. Durrance. Mrs. G. C. mysterious so-called "red tide" that of their home and mothers, ,::

composed of groups of communities. established a flying school civilians for rate of the church here two years Durrance Mrs. T. W. Conely, Jr.. has killed and continues to kill to enter Into so new a life, the -i
and <
training ex-servicemen -
ago and moved with his family millions of fish casting their joy and sorrow depending on the
Mrs. M. O. Kent, Miss Idell Tom. :;;
In 1940 over half of the nation's to fly.Only from Pensacola. Since coming here !Jinaon, Mrs. Edward Alderman stinking bloated carcasses on the height of interest which school

population under 18 years of age he has taken a very active partin Mrs. Clyde Durrance Miss Rob- beaches.It arouses in the individual. : .

i lived In rural communities. *n proportion -: Small Number affairs of the town' having inette Hall and the hostess. l has caused damage estimated The school buildings, too, were
f served one year as president of
to the number of adults, in the millions from loss of sum- clean and shining under some ", ::

rural communities rake about I Of Local Veterans the P. T. A. and one year as president Parasites Are Now mer tourist trade at beach resorts new paint job, plus & good bit of ;= <:i
of the Rotary Club. "
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twice as many children as urban and has put commercial fishermenout brushing and scrubbing. :
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i While here the church has Increased -
canters. of business.In The school buildings, too, were : :
its membership and he was Value ofHogs'
In some respects farm homes- Have Cashed BondsOnly Instrumental in building an addition Reducing desperation local residents clean and shining- under some 1

as do most of those in rural areas have turned to. state, county and new paint job, plus a good bit of ::
to
the church building during I
: -have a natural advantage over For MarketInternal federal government for help, but brushing and scrubbing. 'j
about seventy of the Okee the two years he has been the pastor '
i c ",city homes. They provide more opportunity chobee Veterans had cashed their despite tthe millions of, taxpayers' The cafeteria was open for business f'
for children to feel themselves to serve lunches at Altogether
; money spent annually for the noon. .-I
Leave Bonds to and !
Terminal
up Rev. Eiland will leave tomorrowfor
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( useful and Important in the reducingthe it should :
parasites are maintenance of bureaus boards prove a successful -

family. Children like everybody including Wednesday night with :Miami Shores where he will value of market hogs in the and commissions set up in the pub year, there being a full com ,=_'. i
the that only a few i
else, want to feel that they "be possibility hold services Sunday morning at Southeast more than 50 cents a lic welfare, the !State Conservation plement of teachers as follows: "
Ion that doing some- more would cash theirs in duringthe the new church he will serve as head at least $50 for shipment INSTRUCTIONAL .: i
:. they are or a Department, the Federal Bureauof -
next few weeks. Rev. I
thing useful.A pastor. Higgenbotham of the of 100, according to a recent Fisheries, the State Board of J. Homer Bible, County General
When the bank opened for busi- West Side Baptist Church of Fort I : i
the farm survey by the USDA Bureau of Supervisor.Joel '
generation or so ago Health the Department of Fish .
ness Tuesday morning there was a Pierce will fill the pulpit of the I
family was the center of practically Animal Industry. I and Wild Life Conservation and Nalley supervising Principal .
little rush to being with a couple ,
local Baptist Church here Sunday
I all of Its activities. But rural win- : That amount is the approximate several others, none of these agencies Okeechobee Schools. .:;. .
of lines forming at the bank morning while Rev. Eiland will be '
OKEECHOBEE
: families now have more contacts and direct loss caused by condemnations has so far been able to offera HIGH SCHOOL'Donald : 11
: dow but soon that was over here for the evening service. I
} with urban life. Good roads and dur- of parasitized livers, kidneys, solution to the problem or give C. Lance Physical Education ,:.: f
few from time to time
only
t automobiles make it possible for a cashed their bonds. In discussing his decision to ac- .casings, and affectted parts of the 1 any service in meeting the emer- Instmcor and Coach. 'IJ

their members to go to town to mo- ing the day cept the call to the Miami Shores loin and other cuts In establishments I gency. Mrs. Mattie C. McCranie Librarian =:: i
boom Wednesdayonly
s tion picture shows and for other During banking four church Mr. Eiland stated that he I operating under Federal .' Handicapped with lack of funds :,e-j, ,r
veterans
three or came had enjoyed his stay in Okeechobee 'I. M.: O. Kent. Band Director and -, t
Comic books the radio
recreation. in to cash them. Mr. McDougald meat inspection. Though the Immediate I and limited as to equipment with

r : movies and even "juke joints"are handled'the cashing of all of the and regretted very much to loss falls on packing establishments which to work, County Boards Mathematics. .V- i
" leave but that under the circumstances Mrs. Ruth Fleming OIssendaner ; F
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the ,
: exerting their influence on bonds at the Okeechobee County farmerspay for it have done everything possible to '
s rural population. ural children there was nothing he could through lower prices received for dispose of the tons of dead Senior English. : i

who to school by bus spend Bank. do but accept the call. their hogs. There are additional Mrs. Arabella Faglie, Junior E f
I go With considerably more than fish cast upon the beache, but the

much less time at home than for- four' hundred Okeechobee County farm losses, too, in the farm of area affected is so vast and the glish.

k ; merly. boys in service during the war the Farmers of This .deaths, retarded growth of hogs, problem so difficult that the effort Science.Raymond F. Mackes' En'J''J'i

E S And so, tunica U- takes steps to number of bonds cashed here this and increased feed costs. has been little more than a Miss 1
Delores Gardner !
,
j_ encourage community mindedness, week was 'very small. It 10 considerably The Department's summary of token compared to the gigantic f
Studies.
the rural community finds Itself smaller than most other Country__ Puzzled the situation, ased on reports from task it presents. :: j
Mrs. Greta D. Christensen, Social. 'i t
being neglected, the Interests of Its places: we have had reports from. several meat packers gives Infor- Appeals to Tallahassee and studies
and Spanish. f-
' people centering elsewhere.. mation on the losses sustained at have
Washington brought sympathetic -
About Reception George R, Covert. Math- !
Junior
,
__"_-- !greeaite- > rl'at-r -/(.,'mmnnittherefore ft le.z t.)1,) .Uowing. .a confereu ci 'gith spaS ttime, of hog. slaughter. The data expressions from senators emaUca-.and. Social Studies. ,

are endeavoring to fm. board Airline Railway .officials, a showed 'that...;kidneys 3and livers re preaenttati"s-, "department and 'SamneJJ }l 'D w, bo r' erl-;J i

prove housing facilities BO that spokesman for the Quincy Cham- Like other Americans, farmersof 'l weiethe organS mast severely par- bureau officials but nothing concrete Subjects "-' '" "'

home will be more attractive and ber of Commerce announces that this counttry have been puzzled asitized. On the average,' about 91 In the way of assistance or Mrs. Sadie Craig Kirksey, Home

will provide enough room for the chances are good for the remodelIng and disappointed at the suspicious percent for tongues, where such ,in finding a solution to the probe Economics..

/ family members to have some privacy and improvement of the Sea reception that has been accordedby data were reported. One packer re- [lem. Okeechobee Elementary:

tto Improve health *o that ported a reduction of about 10
; board station in that community.Mrs. per
some'other countries to Amer Professors from the University First, Grade: Mrs. Lena M. Covert
heir children will be better equipped cent In yield of lard. The loss. of
ica's proposals for Ironing out International of-Tampa and University of Miamias -Mrs. Enola Elledge.
the, of valuable loin meat averaged about
physically to run race
J. H. McCranie returned ,difficulties and pro- well as officials of the Federal I )Second; grade: Mrs. Alma O:

life; to provide whosesome recreation : home last Friday, after attending moting peace and understanding. 2 percent because of necessary Bureau of Fisheries have been Burr, Miss Perilie Hunt.
' which will counteract unwholesome -: I trimming to remove affected por
both summer sessions at the Flor-! American farmers have been disappointed making investigations. They have I Third Grade: Mrs. Betty Lance,
tions. some that
and reduce packers reported
Influences
,lda State University.Mr. for they in good faith examined the fish killed by the Mrs. Cola L... Robinson.

juvenile delinquency. and patriotism have produced the I. the number of entire carcasses plague, analyzed the water of the I Fourth Grade: Mias Eunice EU-
condemned for food because of
r. Improved schools, churches and Mrs. Clifford Boyles food that has saved the lives of klllinsg tide and given a numberof and-Mrs. Lucy E. Link. d

which have the cooperation of all and daughter, Dorothy, spent the thousands of people in other coun gross f parasitism slightly exceeded explanations none of which has I Fifth Grade: Mrs. Annie B.

T in building a good community pro Labor Day week-end in Cocoa, visiting tries. percent. helped tto stay the destruction or Hamrick, Mrs. Ruth C.: Roe.

= gram, and better Incomes and bet- Mrs. Boyles mother.J. During the war they accom- The Department's parasitolo meet the emergency. Ii Sixth Grade: Mr. Paul Gissendaner

ter living conditions foster community plished wonders in food production gists point out that the damage In the meantime the destructive"red Mrs. Lottie E. Raulerson.

advancement and good citizenship. D. Wilson who is attending BO the people of this country caused by internal parasites is com- tide" continues its lethal Public School Music: Mrs. Minnie -

school at the Florida State Univer- would have enough to eat and, In monly overlooked or underesti- march as its poisonous waters T. Donaldson.
families wise to take at Tallahassee Is spending this mated largely because the injuriesare all
Rural are sity the case of other countries, at least sweep on to new areas killing Basinger School: Mrs. Jean Mc-

and agencies available and use the week here having been (called enough for life for thousands who hidden within the animals until manner of sea life, endangering Laughlin. -

i help In the development of their home on account of the serious ill would otherwise have starved. the time of slaughter. Prevention swimmers caught in its vicious embrace Douglas' Brown School, (Negro.)

people. In addition to the schools ness of his father, E. J. Wilson. They knew that' the mountains of consists mainly in raising pigs making "homes untenable Robert E. Allen Principal. :;

and churches their are 4-H clubs food which they produced through in pastures and other than in old and threatening the public health. Irma E. Allen.

for girls and *oya, home demon- Benny, Mike and George Mtli- long hard hours of toil were being hog lots. Medicinal treatment may While no one seems to know the Lance L. Hunt.

, S atrattion clubs for women, vocational cervic of Lake Wales were visitors used for peoples other than their sometimes be necessary. answer, scientists offer their pet I Johnnye Mae Dortch.

and homemaking spending Sunday in Okeechobee the of the I
agriculture own, and they derived a great deal explanations as to cause Louise B. Hamm.
classes. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts the guests of Mr. and.. Mrs. J. W. of satisfaction from helping others. Every indication points to a tide. They say that minute organ-I Bernice S. Henderson.

and other organizations for youth. Jordan and family. It was the satisfaction that anyone banner racing (season at Hialeah Isms which have developed in the.

All have excellent programs but all Mr. and Mrs. Mike Breen and gets from helping another whoIs Race Course this coming season, water, attach themselves to the ure although several persons were

attain more success when they in trouble. officials report. gills of fish and smother them to confined to hopitals for treatment.
children, Janie and George, of
reach more people. death by preventing their breath- Recognizing the danger official
Rollins College this fall will
Lake Wales were the week-end The food they produced meant use
ing. Others blame it upon residue of Gulf Coast communitties In the
guests of Mrs. Breen's aunt, Mrs.J. victory and life to those people. a revised individualized report
from streams and rivers washed Infected area Immediately placed '
W. Jordan and family here. Neither farmers nor other Americans card, President Holt has an- a
Miss Idell Tomlinson Is >. nounced. Instead of thte traditionalA into the waters of the Gulf or say ban on bathing as well as fishing.It .
want a foot of foreign soil,
Guest of Honor at Tea Miss Shirley Davis left Tuesdayto for they are satisfied with their B, C, etc., the grades and terms it is caused by an overabundance seems strange that with all

Last Tuesday Afternoon return to Miami after spendinga country, and they desired only to will be "ioutstanding"above of fresh water. Many hold the the money spent by the govern
opinion that poison gas containers ment Iff state and federal bureaus
months vacation here with her win the war as quickly as possibleand usual, and seriously below usual
In Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis. Wilbur dropped in Gulf waters by the for public welfare and conservation '
announcing her recent engagement parents, peace thereafter.The Mobley of Macclennywas
Army have poisoned the waters. It that the scientists and auhor-
,
Miss Idell Tomlinson, food top winner for the State of
S Mrs. Bass and daughters farmer felt that his Florida in is known that quantities of gas ties at their command are unableto
was guest of boor at an informal Angle would Inter- a recent forestry contest -
tea returnedto contribute largely to conducted South were disposed of in this manner offer any real help in this
given by Mollie Boettger at Misses- Alice and Sylvia, in Virginia
national
and He ex-
her home in DeBerry Gardens on their home here Monday after peace amity. Carolina North Carolina, Georgia, but Army officials ear that it could emergency.
friend-
pected and
only gratitude
While these
Tuesday afternoon of last week at spending a month at Glenwood Florida and Alabama by the Fu- not be the cause. governmental agen-
ship from those peoples who had both samples of the cies efficient
of when
Analysis are it comes to
Farmers -
four o'clock.The Springs Col. ture of America In coop
suffered much and who had marched dead fish has fees
color echeme of pink and eration with the Southern Pulp- water and of the collecting and dues and Are -
with his own country to TIe- shown traces of arsenic and, as not a bit bashful when it
green was carried out in the floral Mayor and Mrs. H. H. Raulersonwere wood 'Conservation Association, the comes to
decorations.' visitors spending the Labor tory. Butter, meats, grains, fruits, Seaboard Air Line Railroad and arsenic is one of the elements employed asking congress or the legislature
: and other foods from his farm in the manufacture of Lew for Increased
budgets
they
appear
Refreshment were served to Day Holidays at Key West driving I
went to the people of Russia England I lute and other gases, this fact absolutely helpless In
the face ofa
Miss Alvyna Sweatt. Miss Lillian down over the Overseas Highway. i
France Yugoslavia, Greece, shown suspicion, distrust, and on- seems to strengthen the belief that situation that Is really serious
Walker, Mrs. Edw. Alderman, Mrs.J. .
T. Hancock Miss Carol Hancock Mr. and Mr*. Sylvanns Harden' and Poland. other interested agencies there might justification for the and calls for quick and decisive '
friendliness '
Miss Susan Hancock, Mrs. Horace arrived home this week from Tallahassee Some countries have shown their toward the hand that gas theory. acjon. They can catch the fisherman -
gratitude and willingness to work fed them in their trouble. No yonder' Bathers in Gulf waters- Infected who pulls in
Watford. Jr., Miss Nancy Boettger where they have been attending a trout out of
with America for and security the American farmer ia pus- with the tide have experienced season or
and Mm. A. J. Boettger. Summer School at the peace attempts t() operate a
Florida Stale College. After a short for all, but others, Including sled and disappointed by this atti skin eruptions similar to burns boat 'without a license, but can 40

Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Davis and vacation here they; ,will ,:return some who might have been tude. from poison gas according: to attending nothing to prevent the wholesale

family and Fred Kohl were visiting there for the regular winter term doomed to extinction had it not 'physicians. None of the destruction of millions of dollars; -'

Miami Sunday. Lot school. been for American food, have Advertise in The News cases has proven of a serious na- (Continued en' Page 4) -

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..' Ida Lupino and Robert AIda in :. Vacation ", th'r ddie' Judy Canova and Allen Jenkins in :: .

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News Analyst and Commentator.
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I -.. WASHINGTON -When President Truman finally announced Asa .s.Y s: ae:

that he was going to Brazil, he was immediately fax.q4 .a : 1

-.,:?' '' V asked if he contemplated any trips across continental United .$

. .j; f States. He answered in the negative.

A reporter piped up: "This year or next year?"

"THIS year," the President'replied.

That gave the White House press 'and radio conference a short inter- a.o W
lude of laughter. For the reason that whenever a president is forced to I
drop his role of chief executive to assume the functions of candidate it is ,_
funny. Frequently it isn't funny for .the candidate especially when he m
has been used to the respect spontaneously and (except in election years) SET FOR NEW SPEED RECORD After two years or preparations -
almost universally, tendered bis omcI" John R. Cobb of England was prepared for an attempt to drive

A presidential trip may be, inC- ,his Railton Mobil Special to a new land speed record. Cobb's car Is

many cases, fun for the President raid alert system was designed powered with two airplane engines.

, ,but it isn't much fun for a lot of Reilly says "to protect FDR any- 1

I :I" other people. where in the United States."

Not that all Presidents have had NEWS REVIEW
I' When .a spotter or watcher,
s traveling.
easy either civilian or military, spotted -
. It was an ordeal for the early an airplane be she Plan
I *r was American
tai ; heads of the nation just to'get home unable to identify "any place Hint ;

in the stagecoach from Greenland to the Straitsof
1' .' and tavern ,days.PresidentGarfield. Magellan" the information for DlP'sTHE UNDER FLOODLIGHTS For 74 fears Seven Fails and
V was radioed immediately to the Truman Acts Cheyenne Canyon have been among the major scenic attractions in tke 1
01.Colorade. Visitors now can view the famosi
was shot in a army air force headquarters at Pikes Peak region ]
railroad ''station Mitchell Field N. Y. falls at night, under electric lights. The waterfall shown above>1s
t AMERICAS '
McKinley was : lighted by 28 large'floodlights with alternating white and color effee,

. { killed by a half- The information was immediately Aid Promised I Headliners I

: |i' mad anarchist on evaluated and conveyed by radio IN THESE UNITED STATESFloodlights
',J a trip to the Pan- and land line to the secret service I We must reject an encroachment

i\ American Expo- communication system where men upon the fundamental rights all of the IN DALLAS Mrs. Warren J.

,1 sition in Buffalo; were standing a 24 hour watch. This I state. I am &onfidenlth41 we agree Woodard 24. housewife, got in. Now Cast Beam
that the state exists for man, not man up
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:| Harding died in .Q system tied together Mitchell Field for the state and that we abhor any arms about legs.

I i San Francisco on Belling Field the homes, offices and I limitation upon the freedom of expression She organized the .
,:. I his way back automobiles of various secret service 'of men throughout the,world. "Little Below the On Scenic Falls and Canyon

bt.- from a swing- agents, field offices throughout I Thus, in his first address before .. Knee club" for,
,_ % ,-:. arouud that hadm the country, all secret service mo- the inter-American conference at ,i..uY.. women who oppose WNU Features.
taken him to bile units the President's train, Petropolis. Brazil. U. S. Secretaryof cr' the long skirt
c Baukhage COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO,Embracing "the grandest *
: Vancouver, Canada Shangri-La, and the President'sroom I
a < State George Marshall issued a now in style. The "
mile of in Colorado majestic Seven Falls and!
M bis scenery ,
; ; Wilson suffered: a stroke in at Hyde Park. reaffirmation of democratic principles girls organized a
43. Pullman; Theodore Roosevelt was in the western hemisphere and parade and ankled picturesque South Cheyenne Canyon have intrigued visitors.]
1 wounded while he addressed (lal President Kept then bulwarked his expression of through Dallas the Pikes Peak region for the past 74 years. Their beauties.

-l meeting on a visit to ;Milwaukee. Informed ConstantlyBut idealism with specific assurancesof Frr streets to give em- however, have been shrouded when nightfall'descended'butj'

c Furthermore, it has .been recently -) keeping the President aliveis U. S. economic aid to Latin Amer- phasis to their pro- now, through completion of an electrical. engineering featS:

'r revealed by the head of only one activity. Keeping him ica.He i Mrs.Woodard test. this major scenic attraction of the Rockies can be viewed

: .j the secret service, Mike Eeilly, in touch with his job is another. told the delegates that the IN LAS,VEGAS under electric lights.The .

1;. In his book "Reilly of the White Once when a bullying congress U. S. government "will continueto Senajtor McCarthy (Rep., Wis.) project which makes this r- w
House," that Franklin Roosevelt I demanded of President Grant which take up economic questions with put the bite on congress for its "do Colorado beauty spot the only com- At the top of the falls lies a pie

.a. : who disliked air travel, if! any of his duties he performed In Its sister republics and seek a sound nothing" attitude toward veterans. pletely lighted canyon and waterfall turesque valley with many small
nearly cracked up In Malta, and Washington, he replied that his business basis for practical cooperation." Congress, said he, "did foully by in the world required the use of 80 waterfalls and shady nooks. A short

might have been assassinated in and where he did it was his our disabled veterans, their widows huge floodlights and more than 1,000 hike takes the visitor to Inspiration!

.|!>f_. ". a park in Miami had he not own affair. Now a president's out- and dependents." small spotlights. More than two Point,, which is 1,500 feet above the]
leaned out of his car to take a of-town business is a lot of people's IN BALMORAL SCOTLAND miles of heavy copper rubber insulated floor of the canyon. From this point,!

telegram (Mayor Anton Cermak affairs.In Princess Margaret Rose of Eng- cable was installed under a breathtaking panorama of mighty!

S of"ChIcaco was killed and four wartime this signal corps detail land, just' turned 17. received as a ground. cliffs and distant plains is seen. The

other"persons wounded). had the mission of speeding the birthday present her first military The waterfall which has seven beauty of Inspiration Point inspired!

President's top-secret communications title-colonel-in-chief of the High separate falls in its 266 foot descent. Helen Hunt Jackson to write some

!_ Stayed Within "from the highest level conference land light, infantry.CRYSTAL is lighted by 28 large floodlights of her most famous books and!

Nt. tion'* BordersUp tables to installations in the, with alternating white and color ef- poems; and. on her death in 1885,,
field." nA BALL: fects. The crystal clear trout poolat
to Franklin Roosevelt's time her last request was that she be|
the .foot of the falls is lightedby barfed there.lJlule .
Taft was the most traveled of presidents Today, as Major McNally Next PresidentGeneral
eight underwater lights, reveal-
and'in 1901 worried all the puts it, "wherever the President
constitutionalists (unfamiliar with travels, the White House signal Marshall at Rio Douglas MacArthur* will ing the rainbow trout gliding aboutin
the Constitution) detachment continues its task of ** be the next president the United its depths.: Postman
by visiting the the state exists for man .
Canal Zone. However he was scru- weaving deftly an intricate com- States. The magnificent weather beaten
pulously careful to stay on board munications net which enablesthe That was interpreted as meaningthat That, at least is the occult pre- pink granite walls of the Loses ContractV: V
the American warship which commander- -hlef (and, the U. S. is willing to help solve diction of a 75-year-old Japanese for- canyon, which rise to a height of

J: touched only American soil. It had he might have added, a travel- Latin America's economic problems tune teller, Kakudo Tomiokawho more than 2,000 feet present In Remote Area

s been considered an unwritten law ling candidate) to keep himself through a series of bMateral pacts. eulogized: "MacArthur has 'a glorious countless shadow effects as the -
since George Washington's time (he constandly informed and in There was also a hint that the big future in store for him.". lights play upon them. Various' PORTLAND ORE.The lonely
had 'refused to enter Rhode Island touch with the nation." northern neighbor is counting on Tomioka who is said to have a rock formations, such as the existence of the scattered families

-i' until it was admitted to the Union) This work of weaving this "com sending down its capital. .record of, several accurate predic- "Setting Turkey," Devil's living in the remote fastness of :

Z.' that a president in office couldn't munications net" is an exciting sto- tions, placed the general on a plane Slide" and "Wrestling Bears," Siskiyou national forest no longer

leave the country. When Woodrow ry too long to recount here, but DP SHUFFLE: with Mohandas Ghandi in the field are spotlighted by 500 to 1,500 will be relieved by periodic visits
Wilson went to Paris and Vice Pres- let briefly of social welfare. watt lights. from the mule-driving postman
me quote Major McNally :
:', ident Thomas Marshall had to preside to show how continuous Truman Acts "There presently are two living The mule-pack postal route be-
commu- Majestic pine trees on the banksof '
tween the isolated towns of Diane
t at cabinet meetings the vice men who have succeeded in realiz-
nication maintained when PresIdent President In -
was Harry Truman a renewed the' splashing mountain streamare =
and Maria] near Grants Pass, has
president made it clear he was officiating ing a peaceful revolution he said. .
-
Roosevelt made one of his fre- effort to alleviate the 'tragicplight" bathed in various colored floodlights
only at the request of to Park. 'They are MacArthur and Ghandi. been terminated by the.government .
quent trips Hyde of Europe's displaced persons -
others
while are sprinkledwith
because the carrier who has a
,
But. then, Ghandi's mission is over.
Itj S V "A 50 watt frequency modulation ordered a three-way shift In colored lights.Standing as a sen- monopoly mules submitted too
has his
MacArthur most
And glorious
-
[ station was modified and installed the top command of the U. S. im- tinel at the entrance of the canyonare high a bid.
task to accomplish for the worldin
on the secret service car attachedto migration and naturalization serv- the future." the familiar "Pillars of Her The action leaves only one

f i the presidential train. Army vehicles ice.In It was not immediately known cules." It Is at this point that the route served the year around by
radio equipped were spot- addition it was disclosed that huge $10,000 anti-aircraft carbonarc mules although 12 others are
whether MacArthur would use Tomioka's -
:, ted at strategically plotted points administration. officials In Washington recommendation light has been installed. The served by mote and horse daring
as a plankin
4r along the route between Washington have resumed their review of his platform if he runs in 1948. big light has eight million candle- the stormy winter months. ,>
> : and Poughkeepsle, so that the the problem of displaced persons. power and shoots an effective beam Residents of the remote mountain ".

train was in constant touch with Most important personnel shift in- SURPLUS: five miles in the air. The Lone- areas served by the mule routes do

the White House all the way. An- volved the transfer of Ugo Carusi some Pine, Eagles Cliff and other their shopping through the mail or- .
other FM radio link was installedin from his post as commissioner of Budget Review features of interest are caught in its der catalogues and depend upon .

the old stable on the President's immigration to a position in the President Truman's budget busi- bright path It also will be used to mule packs for everything-cieth- ::c
1 estate at Hyde Park. By means of: state department where he will sums sweep the sky to indicate that Sev- '
ness made big news again when the ing, accordions, rifles, even food, :;
a direct telephone line to Washing vey all "critical": problems relatingto chief executive (1) forecast a rec- en Falls is now under lights.As according to Fred H. Twohy, raid .:.
ton and frequency modulation ra- displaced persons particularly ord treasury surplus next ,June of a final touch, a 90 watt sound road mail district superintendent -,
dio, the White House' was kept in- amplifier has been installedto
their resettlement. system
nearly five billion dollars, and (2) who has spent 10'yeats traveling >,:;
formed of the President's" where- This is expected to result in added hurt Republican feelings by telling play 'soft music.Al the mountain regions to check on :=-
abouts at all times. stress being placed on a directiveMr. the nation that congress trimmedthe G. Hill Dallas Tex., oil man. his mule postmen.

.1 The speed with which messages Truman issued in December 1947 budget estimates by only who purchased the 1,400 acre scenic "One winter not even a horse .'
could be dispatched and answers received 1945, calling for coordinated action 1.5 billion'dollars. attraction June 1. 1946. Immediately could get through the heavy .
Signal Corps Photo was astounding. When Win- by federal to admit as began a program of Improve residents
Twohy recalls. "The were
review
His mid-year budget estimated
official -
ston Churchill was making his second ments which have taken '
.
J President receives teletype more thana
Truman as possible ,
ns
many shut world and there
off from the
tax receipts this year at .
visit to Hyde Park, he and the "
i to complete and have
aboard the year cost
F, message presidential within quota limitations. **
$41,667,000,000 which Is 2.1 billion was quite a squawk-
President who were keen competitors -
approximately 100000. In
radio car. Standing by the as well as close collaborators Watson B. Miller, federal security dollars more than any previous the additionto Obliging postmen resorted to }
President 1st Lt. Clinton lighting project "
; are G. succeeds a stairwayof isolated
Carusi sleds the
administrator as forecast. to reach :
_ Cooover left maintenance officer decided to make a speed test on the 250 steps has been erected to
( ), aspectatou'
communications facilities. Each commissioner of immigration, and -' Mr. Truman made his annOunce- areas, Twohy adds "and the
of the army security agency, sent identical to Australiaover Oscar Ross Ewing New York law ment coincidentally with a bureauof platform on the south first tiling the people ordered by _
and 1st Lt. Harvard E. Dudley messages wan of the canyon from which point
) '" the respective British and yer replaces Miller. labor report which Indicatedthat parcel post was several eases
cryptographic officer. White all Seven Falls can be seen at one
the U. 5.. far from being In of beer.
United States facilities. The Presi- President Truman's action was
House signal detachment. time. 'Part of a mountain slope was
dent had an answer in less than taken in the face of congress' re- for a business depression, can look removed by bulldozers to The Marial route was typical o('V.:
provide
Wilson and that he didn't consider two hours; the Prime Minister got fusal to act on his proposal to relax forward to a period of. prosperity parking for and the Involved carrier setup requiredto ,
space cars a
grace
his the next day. Immigraton quotas. continuing "inde nltely" ful arch has been erected over the get mall to secluded areas. Mails:
vacated
went 34 miles up a river in a :
roadway at the mouth of the canyon.
bottomed river boat from Wedd
t Travel has become a president CAUTION TO THE WINDS The canyon approximately one burn. Then it was transferred 't 0-.;;,
r ;. : most' and Mr.: Truman's I mile, in length is a "box" or ,mule for an additional 15-mile trip.hIt

trip,,to South America Is Just dead end type. Before the coming was "kind of expensive." Two ':

L I routine. Rise in Noted of the white man, the Indians by admits, costing about $400 a person ";
Bat it Is complicated routine Sharp Buying stampeded herds of buffalo to keep the route open. '?be

for a whole army of people. from the plains late the canyon stamps don't begin. to pay for It,*'':''

What s these people do Is little Swinging sharply away from its might acquire runaway proportions."We ventories a year ago are placing where they then were killed as he adds.

- known to the public especially;: theo previous cautious attitude of econ- are watching developmentsfrom -orders to replenish their stocks. food was needed. The canyon "I have a bard time ceavindBfJ:

secret,service. One out of every 10 omy-minded discrimination, the day to day," said a government As a result of the widespread also served as a strategic retreat them back In Washington that these: ,

of'our presidents has been assassinated U. S. buying: public has launched economist "hoping that it buying trend previous opinions that from which the Indiansfought routes are worth the expense.? -

up to the time congress itself on a relatively liberal purchasing will taper off before it becomes a industry and business were in for at I elf their enemies. I by says. -

:. turned the job of protecting the spree. violent spiral that can end only in least slight setbacks in the last half

chief;executive_ over to the secret Virtually all fields of trade have a serious reversal"It of this year are being revised.'Cur Bombing Proves ei Peacetime' Use; _
service. Since_then no president rent forecasts are optimistic ,
the
.. reported a clear-cut trend away is generally agreed that concerning
... assassinated. 'high levels of business HELENA. MONT. Bombing bombs on a deliberately ie '
lower
.has been from passive waiting for movement began with the renewed activity -
? ,Theirs" (the'secret service) is a prices and purchases are increas- wave of price increases that followed daring the third and fourth techniques which wreaked: havoc on near Lolo Hot Springs in Lobar ,
# heartbreaking Job;. and never have ing ail over the country.: the boost in coal prices and quarters. enemy cities and military ingtafla- tional forest., :f-<

., the details been' -thoroughly revealed ,The change has given rise tow mine wages. 'It'has gained momentum Belief now is.that prices generally proved tions during effective the in war also have After the water bombs had bets

,(to -the discomfiture of certain amount of alarm over the ever since.Consumen will move upward or at least hold timberlands of the'saving valuable dropped with accuracy near one sets
some of hist former colleagues) 'asbyMIkS'Baily possibilities of a new inflation spiral
tohe. .boo1. men- which may develop as ,a result of up hope that .any material reduction next'year. Cash remains abundant, the air involving from area and practically; bing

tioned. '- IP .,7iOf Indiscriminate' buying. It has be- In prices will occur within the and the influx: of large amounts of from planes. "spraying1water' the 1he'UDder control tW 'o
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; Connie'in wartime\ thJob was come ,the subject of much discussion reasonable future and, are, going money ,from veterans terminalleave'bonds' forest ,service. jumpers parachate4
-V ; In a special test conducted
b'V : compHea <}ud the among business leaders banker ahead to purchase >merchandise and state bonuses will Joint out of a forest service plane to"

t' utjya mltM snore navT: ..... .!ith and economists, some of whom which they long have needed; Many be added contributing factors to the iy air by forces the forest a B-29,service and two and P47 army: the mop-up wtu*. Their tool aida "ra
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CONGRESS failed to enact the Stratton bill admitting 400- New Product ,i I
persons from Europe. This is bestirring Keeps ;
Facts About The U. S.
considerable bitterness among people who can make themselves Potato

bitter about such matters believing the United States .Sproulless Will Fascinate You -

should'be a refuge'for anyone who needs a political haven. Problem of Now !
;These people had spread their own impression that a critical emergency Storage i

on the issue requires immediate action. Aided by New Methods THERE'S more to our govern- ; i
the dull facts and
toThere not-wish
are perhaps 1000.000 Europeans who do to !
return ta their homes for political or social reasons (they fear togo The sprouting shriveling and sogginess figures contained in text books.

under the wing of Communism). About 21 per cent are children of -potatoes when kept at Did you know for instance that

t IS per cent are over 44 years old; 29 per cent are Jews; 65 room temperatures now can be pre- four pairs of our Presidents were i I

per cent are Catholic; 15 percent Protestants; a majority was in vented with-use of barsprout. The related? i

agriculture' before the war. treated potatoes remain firm practically bat the "Star* Spangled Banner" did I

'Congress realized the problem could not be solved Simply by opening farm-fresh and not only not become our national anthem until 1931?
cook but also taste better. The That*President can be impeached but a S
American immigration gates to let although some
the mass flow in. congressmma cannot?
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evidence Indicated many had relatives here who might support them. product is equally effective on certain Do you know why "capttoT and "capi-
Perhaps 'a faster 'part-answer to the problem will be found at the other root,crops such as beets. tal" are spelled differently Hundreds of I
carrots, turnips and interesting questions about the govern. !
rutabagas.The
forthcoming meeting of foreign ministers of the Americas. Certainly Latin ment a*. answered to booklet Ne. 202. I
America is a young and growing area in which immigration and colonization active ingredient is methyl Send 25 cents in coins for KMW Year

is needed more than in the United States. Better opportunitiesfor ester of naphthaleneacetic acid. ice.Government"2U West 170.to Weekly SU New Newspaper York II.!Serv*. i!
DPs'may-exist there. For us to absorb some may be found economically When applied to the potatoes as a Print address booklet title and I
feasible for both them and us. An All-America agreement dust it vaporizes and literally ;

would certainly be better than a .United States decision alone. "gets into their eyes," keeping
them from sprouting. Feeding testsPotatoes
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Dangers of the Open RoadThe oa? sC 0' a" r

u HELP WANTED-MEN ."
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papers inform me of approval lights if the population Is not MEN Cf THEIR 4V TO..'..To represent
of a super-dooper national high- to be kept in a state of sustained Economy Note-Corned Beef PinwheelsSee a 1888)Nationally of maintenance known manufacturer materials coatings tstDce :
way system to embrace the whole flight from home and fireside. ( recipe below.) paints and related lines to Industrial users
United States. It will connect 42 Americans were a sturdier, large ness. property Liberal commissions owners and places and protected of busi

state capitals and link the larger more likeable, steadier and genuinely yes Budget Pointers territory to producers. Give jualiflcations.
I LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU background and refetences in application.Write .
cities of the land by express highways happier people when they Rectoaal Director, U.e.le Oil and
viaducts and tunnels. were home part of the time. There's a tendency to go along Paint Ce. P.O. Bex 737: Tallahassee, Fla
_-_ with the crowd when it comes to': Corned Beef Hash Rolls

Link 42 state capitals by superhighway What Joes Russia want? Can it bea spending money Sweet Sour Green Beans
at right treated with Molded Pear Salad
my eye!Unlink*few of'em,say ,. cut in the world series Two for tUDOtT | especially on
--- "Oklahoma"f An end to husband and barspront left untreated pota- i,4. food instead of Crusty Rolls Beverage :
There are too many good wife radio programs toes; both held under the same seeing what can Date-Nut Custard Pudding Us i

highways already and too many conditions. be done to stretch Recipe given. t 5
'
-people going places on them. Why the apparent hatred of ; the food dollar. !
Instead of broader American? have shown that the chemical imparts the most
highwayswith America and all things Getting
no harmful effect. Tests have dot with butter. Bake in a moderate SAVINGSBONDS !
fewer stoplights, _we need Have some of Stalin's friends been __ out of the food
been conducted for the five
narrower ones with more stop using oar subways? past dollar does not, fortunately mean"that (350-degree) oven until the
years at leading agricultural experIment we have to tighten our belts; white of the egg is cooked but the

PEARSON stations. it Just means a bit of maneuvering.In yolk tender.. This will take five to

DREW By this treatment the potatoesmay the midst of soaring food costs, six minutes. :

be kept at ordinary room temperatures there's plenty of help for the woman Among the kind -to -the -budget I

without sprouting and who wants it, and today's recipesare items is corned 'A Are Always A Good Buy I
Junkets to Alaska without formation of reducing designed to give you plenty of beef hash that ,.

sugar. Ordinarily potatoes are held food for thought. Give your familya comes canned -
ITS AMAZING HOW MANY congressmen suddenly find they have urgent below 45 degrees and shrink 5 per change of menu, and give the and ready-to- .
in Alaska this summer-with travel paid for by the sweltering cent in weight developing reducing budget a chance to stay within its serve. It's easily .- i
taxpayer back.home. Even Cong. Evan Howell Illinois Republican now sugars which affect color and taste. limits at the same time. dressed up in pin- .

appointed to the U. S. court of claims and who won't pass on airfield sites There are several general rules to wheels of baking .
any more now finds he is needed in Alaska to inspect new airfield routes. follow don't powder biscuit ....
: Buy wisely; overbuyand /" ""- j
Here are the different congressional groups that have found KNOW YOUR BREED let food go to waste; serve and dough and certain -

urgent business in Alaska, though this summer they are carefulto PercheronThe cook whatever you have properly, to be a favorite with the men ;

pay personally the expenses of their wives and families: and don't toss away good left- of the house.

Junket No. 1-Senate public lands committee. overs. Corned Beef Hash Rolls. ,
Junket No. 2 Senate small business committee. Percheron horse originatedIn For main dishes you can can on (Serves 4)

Junket N. 3 House Interstate commerce
Junket No. 4-House public lands committee. France and was importedinto duty; they're cheaper than the expensive 2 teaspoons baking powder

Whereas the senators made no effort to conceal their Alaskan trips. this country in 1839. Readily cuts of meat and do justas }4 teaspoon salt 2

Wolverton's Interstate: commerce junket tried to get off without public gaining in popularity in America it ,much for you.MacaroniCheese. ii cup shortening
notice. Is still the most widely used draft Souffle. U to H cup milk
breed in the country. ; 1 corned beef bashMjr
1-pound can
If these gtslMor.rllllly got to know Alaska, their visits might be beneficial The Percheron is an unusually (Serves 6) and CALOXfor
together
1
; since that neglected territory deserves consideration for statehood. So far, cup uncooked macaroni dry-ingredients change to
however, jew congressmen have been willing to pay much attention to Alaskan active horse but never-the-less is 1 cup sweet cream or condensed sift. Work In shortening. Add liquid

problems, except. during the summer. milk gradually, mixing to a soft dough. the tonk eJ ct
H cup butter or substitute RoIJ to a thickness of about one-

WINCHELL .. :'7 1:S'?? 1 cup soft bread crumbs fourth inch. Spread corned beef hash on your smile

WALTER' .. .. :}:." !s green pepper minced on"*dough; roll and cut in four parts. Efficient Calax tcorfca tiro terry/

.... ..... 1 medium green onion, minced Place on a greased cookie sheet

-:<. : ..,.',", 1 tablespoon chopped parsleyH (lifting with a pancake turner),. 1 all Helps the remove natural film..bring
:. lustre of
_
Oddities in the New York SceneAt ". : roar
.:. .Nf .'*. ::\; <' Salt and pepper gree) oven for 30 minutes. 2 A special ifi&redieot ia Caloz
one tune New York City Bryant park don't be sur ;; <4< eggs separated For an easy vegetable take a can encourages regslarmassager ...
threatened to secede from the union prised. It used to be a ceme- ; ; of green beans and make this: which has a tooic "ectoDgwDS
Cook macaroni in boiling, salted ..helps makes them firm and
and form an independent nation. tel'T.VheD bathtubs first Sweet Sour Green Beans. -
water until tender. Drain; scald rosy.Tone up your snulc. .wuh
The mammoth illuminated sign were Introduced in New York '. .\ (Serves 4 to 5) Cabal
milk and add other
ingredients. Stir
atop Doctors hospital is a signpostfor the very cautions board of 2 strips bacon
4 -, in beaten yolks then fold in stiffly Made in Jamtft McKeatn; Unrattriti,
mariners and also a remindernot health ordered citizens not to 1 small onion
It)
Ma
sort d
beaten whites.
Turn into
to toot their' boat whistles in use them without first consult i.- "' ::; ,,,; ,.,:_. w..u __ a greased 1 No. 2 can green beans
front of the hospital. Many of ing their doctor casserole and set in a pan of hot 2 teaspoons sugar
the trees in New York streets manage an easy keeper. He is clean-legged water. Bake in a moderate (350- Salt and pepper
black or dapple-grey and of marked degree) oven for one hour. Serve '
to exist by pushing their roots }4 cup vinegarCut bs.wb.Eii
The Big most arresting with mushroom
and or pimiento cream
into to absorb water. tractability intelligence. .
sewers the bacon in half inch pieces.
landscape can be viewed from the sauce. 'S

Some of the wealthiest New heights of Fort Tryon park. Eggs Foo Young Brown lightly with diced onion. Add
York families originally made Wall Street got its tag because the Michigan Designs New (Serves 6) liquid drained from green beans.

their fortune when their ancestors Dutch erected a wall there (cen- 6 eggs, beaten Cook down to about % cup. Add remaining -- ---- .
worked with Captain Kidd. turies ago) when they feared an in Bug and Weed KillerTo 1 No. 2 can bean sprouts ingredients and beans. :
there is only due vasion. The Heat and serve. fiNE fOR ECZEMA
Incidentally, one reason some streets meet the need for a lightweight 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper
to the treasure that the fabulous In the Big Town have feminine sprayer to apply 2,4-D tolav."I1S. Ji cup shredded onion If you want to keep the budget ITCHY :SCALING

pirate is supposed to have buried names: When those streets were pastures, cornfields and gar- 1 teaspoon salt trimmed don't splurge on desserts. QuIcklyspp.1r: comforting
along the Atlantic coast: A number parts of farms the farmers honored den patches this relatively inex- }4 teaspoon pepper Date-Not Custard Pudding. GRAY'S +fatzNT wtttt
Kidd wrote on a card that no their wives by naming lanes after pensive and easily operated appaSprayer J4 pound mushrooms, sliced If (Serves 6) its wholesome antiseptics and nature '
one bos been able to decipher aiding medication.Nothing else-
them.,. The 1
44106818.If grimmest sea voyageis a desired W like it-nothine; sto comfortine
taken by the tug that ferries Add salt and pepper to eggs and 1 cup milk pleasant for externally caused akin i
you happen to see ghosts cadavers from Bellevue to Hart's beat well. Add remaining ingredi 1 tablespoon sugar troubles. SSc Get a package today i
I roaming through the night at island for burial ents. Taste and H teaspoon salt
Dash of cinnamon
add more season- .
I ; lemon rind GIRLSlWOMEN
Rix ing if desired. ; K teaspoon grated !
WALTER SHEAD 1 &-onnce can date-nut bread ,
Ior each out2 cake I Beat egg slightly, add milk sugar 'try this If you're :'

! What About Federal ? cup measure of the mixture and salt. Cook in a double boiler
Spending and use I I. until mixture coats the spoon. Re- 1UIRV0USo
r move from hot water and stir in
i FEDERAL spending in general and President Truman's 1947 budget in r tablespoon of fat lemon rind and cinnamon. Cut date- DAYS' Of wwra- ;
I combined to make for frying. Pour mixture into skil-
a wonderfully football
bouncy political
nut bread into pieces and combine Do female functional monthly mmm.-
which both parties'have kicked about sportively all year. (A political let, leveling vegetables evenly over with custard. Chill.Here's anus make poll eel nervous Irrtt&blo. If
football Is a thin tissue of truths and half-truths inflated out of all proportion the surface of the cake. Brown on so weak and tired out-.st such times?
a cookie that will take care Then do try Lydia Ii:. Plnknam's Vce- .
both sides turning once. About five
with air of a strictly torrid temperature.) As result the
a average of leftover egg whites and bread 'table Compound to reUeve such srmp-
. American working man continues to go about thoughtfully rubbing minutes are required to cook each ;torn*.Is'.fmoiu for tfclsl Taken regu-
crumbs. Serve It with fruit for &I ,
- two nickels together and 'wondering if his government is really as extravagant cake. Serve with soy sauce. llarly Pinthtm'a Compound nelpa
nice light dessert: |buU4 up noUtaooe against such dla-
as a night club blonde or whether it is making a genuine effort Rice Nests With Egg. Pecan Brownies.. tress. Lisa a great stnmafhH tonic. I I1TI11l.'IKrlAJI'S
to cut financial corners. (Serves 6)
Makes 3 doseD) n ragaWNll14 I
What is the truth! Probably it Is Impossible to get an accurate mounted on cultivatoras U cup butter or substitute 2 egg whites

bearing on all the true facts. The Republican congress raiseda designed by Michigan State Ifi cups cooked rice 1 brown sugar
cup
victory chant over Its cutting of Mr. Truman's budget estimates. college. C slices bacon H teaspoon maple flavoring --,-3647Backacfie-
And. If we can believe what we read: many agency appropriations C eggs 1 chopped
were slashed considerably including the army navy Interior ratus has been constructed at Michigan Salt and pepper 1 cup cup fine pecans dry bread crumbs

department and agriculture department.But State college. Butter a baking dish and place Beat egg whites until stiff add

the President with a weather eye out for his big day In Novem- The spray boom is made of one- rice in 1t, forming nests out of it sugar and flavoring. Stir well,,then ?
ber. 1948. has come up with another Idea. He has accused congress of eighth inch pipe connected to*the with a spoon. Broil the bacon and fold in nuts and crumbs. Shape

working the hidden ban trick intimating that the illustrious members tank by a length cf rubber hose. An place one strip around each nest, into small balls place on a greased May Warn of Disordered

have shifted various budget items around to produce the illusion that automobile gasoline filter removes holding It in place with a toothpick baking pan and bake in a slow (325- Kidney Action .

they have effected a_ great savings! In other words did we put any particles of dirt which might clog Break an egg in each nest and degree) oven for about 20 minutes Hods life with Its burry sad.scsy, P .
money in the bank or did we blow it all at the races? the nozzles. sprinkle with salt and pepper and Released by Western Newspaper Union. bray fcaaits, improp atief aa4
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LYNN SAYS: Lima beans take on new charac- sad Ui to filter .._add
WRIGHT PATTERSON Poultry Is EssentialHot Serve Simply But ter if they are well seasoned with and Kfesr iotpwttics boat the life-ctaac

weather always, brings problems Season Wen salt and pepper plus a crumbling Yea stay, suffer. UCZBC baekaebe,
Wholesome Entertainment BestOn of poultry management Fill pears with camembert cheese of crisply fried bacon. let e paioa.' "..*.Ui.slet l eoututly t Bit

good practices win solve most of and serve as a salad with french A good relish with sliced leftover tired kidney;Mrrwu or bladder,all worn disorder ftt.Other an_tcaft >
the lawns of the Orange. ly exciting than any professional them successfully. Feed your flocks dressing. > meat Mix together 1 cup of apple tine LVVI L aeaaty e* ... tz.4s sae
Cant high school building grounds game I ever witnessed in the Cubsor freely to keep up high egg production Like tomatoes served simply sauce. % cup of whipped cream k
your Try Dwf P O Z>Mfs keip tile
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we ate a pot luck dinner and then the White Sox parks in Chicago. and to keep pullets growing Try a very few herbs, a bit of oil and % cup grated or pureed horse kidneys M..... llanafal1IM1'

everyone attended the ball fame It must have been:good,-for it end-; 'rapidly. Have plenty of fresh and vinegar as a. dressing. radish. .. mtgry_Ta.1 y kve...nstar. mm**.taaat Am r.knit a.
between teams of the Rotarians and edinatieofOtoO. Such recreation water available for them 'at all Poach peaches in:"a bit of honey Do up your gingerbread right by :

the Ltc is. Everyone knew, an the as that pot luck dinner and ban times. Provide plenty of shade. after you've sprinkled them with serving It with a whipped cream AM-. pw-tarfklar, -

players business and professional game has replaced for us. the at- Make use of good pastures where lemon Juice and you ban a real dessert topping. Use two tablespoons of moUsses -

., men ot the town. 'That game pro- tempt to find thrills at the theaters. possible to help- keep feed -costs treat. A'bit of whipped cream folded in 1 cup of the -cream+ DOANS L.'I'I'Ia
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; .. THE OKEECHOBEE NEW! Friday, Sept. 5, 1J

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( TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Mrs. J. F. Bond is: expected to AIIII... .. lid! IIIIII'---"il I J1 WANTED-To rent piano for .flrtlor -
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;. i return to her home here today six months. Mrs. R. K. Brand

4 By RUSSELL KAY from Bartow where .she< has been h CLASSIFIED ADS enberg Phone 111. ,
Published the
Friday by
: l every
for
the
past two we ks
ji. visiting her
s Okeechobee News Co. at OVeechobee,
f.. ) Okeechobee County, Florida.BRYANT (Continued from Page 1) daughter. 4t ,.,. 'I;','.: ... I,. '10,,. ...II".I.'I''U''.
{. ) worth of food fish, and a condition FOUND Bundle of clothing, :
;.J e BOWDEN .........Editor that threatens to wipe out Mr. and Mrs. Joh NEW ROYAL ROSE bottle gas Highway 15, near Fort -
.
Davis left
In stock. Immediate deliver. -
the commercial fishing interests of Ranges Owner can have them by paJitg
yesterday to return
to Miami
i the West Coast. r Humphries Tire & Appliance cost of ad. Mrs. V. E. Boat-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES after spending the first of the
Fort Pierce,
,
:;;:: One Year adranee ... .. .....$300 Maybe they couldn't do anything week here visiting his parents, Mr m'c. w a Company wright, Fort Drum.
& Six Months in advance ........ 1.50 about it the first week; or even the and Mrs. A. W. Davis. Florida"FOR
Three Months in advance .... .. 1-00 first month, but now that two
t ,the situation SALE-Lawn mower In good Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves !
months have gone by !tr. and Mrs. S. A. Ake left condition. Apply The Fair Store. and
.c Entered as second class matter July continually grows worse it seemsthat Monday morning to return to their family spent the week-end 'WitJs
1,. 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- something could be done for
home in Jacksonville after spend- FOR BEAR wheel alignment and relatives in Ft. Lauderdale. :V V
'I' .. 8 ehobee., 1B7 Florida under Act of March the suffering residents of the afflicted ing the week-end here with their balance C. Elton Wearer, Se- -
and the commercial -
area son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and bring, Florida.
t fishermen who have seen theirown. Mrs. Bruce McDougald. Mrs 3Jc- Ellis Draughon, son of Mr. and
GUAVA JUICE PUREE Dougald returned with them and DEALER WANTED 200 farm- =
t: Mrs. Roy Draughon, arrived home
By Isabella S. Ttursby will spend some time there. home necessities-medicines, vitamins .
S Mrs. E. F. Dudley and eon Jim- I spices, foods, DDT etc., Saturday after completing; the=.
r Extension Food Economist mie will leave this week for 1111.'lols Hiss Betty Barber who has been i ._ well known every county. For summer session at Tallahassee. nt'will

\ -. A juice canned for Jelly-making where Jimmie will enterJames attending Summer School at thee \ l particulars write Rawleigh's, be tit home for three weeks'

f r-: -r" purposes must not hare sugar add- JIHliken University for th Florida State University at Tallahassee Dept. FAIT179-142, Memphis, when he will return to the Flan: '
ed to It. A juice Intended for coming school year. Mrs. Dudley returned to her home here Tenn.
it. i 4 11 remain there two weeks beforeretu.rning Saturday. CAR Ida State University, where he h,
punch, however may contain sugar .
t < to her home here. DurIng FOR SALE-Three bedroom house i majoring in music.
r. ; In the proportion of 1-8 too.. cup her absence .Sylvania's Beauty Mr. and Mr*. Malcolm Simmons Rdk-V e1helVellve I with :2 1-2 acres of .bearing
r f- i
.per quart if desired. In addition, Shop will be closed. It will be re and little son of Palatka were visitors orange tree*, all modern con:

i pieces: of the fruit Itself cut small! 'opened again on September 19. spending the Labor Day veniences. Will sell furnished or Relief in 0 ;
Starts secoiufe
t' ,
1-% to the quart and served In Holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. unfurnished. Priced reasonable.
:, cup ; from All 6 usual* *L1V ;.
;: Miss Susan Hancock Bryant ;;
daughterf Bowden. MRS. CHRISTINE PRESCOTT,
interest
considerable
the punch, add ft wS:
: ; to the product. Or the guavas Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hancock, Hera's a real time sav Phone 158.1.WANTEDWaitress. I I .5 m ClM\S 1 1rJ.
1 'eft Sunday for Jacksonville where Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zelmeno-
!, may be put through a sieve to re'T er. Whenever your car ; \ \ I II'
j the will again attend school at the ritz returned to their home here for steady job ". OLD PREPARATION'PTABtlT .
move seed the pulp thinned somewhat needs a lubrication, an '''
-: ; and then canned with o r Vndrew Jackson High School this last Friday after spending a month at good pay. MORISE THOMAS, OR LIQUID : -i
I ; without sweetening. When served term. in New York City and Charleston, oil change, tire or battery Blue Bird Tavern. I' c...... Ttii. .ahras.tStsdal.
," ;[ s. C. service Just give us a call. 'D
reduce .further to a drinkable cont -

stency and sweeten and flavor t oCredit' Henry S. Johnson, of the Farm We'll come over for your I -; : ; = : > : , .., .
V i i fist with lime, orange, pineappl Administration Columbia S. )Ir. and Mrs. L. E. Gall arrivedin car do the |lob. and
l& I cr other fruit Juice. 1, said Federal Land Banks have Okeechobee last week to spend bring It back to yowls tr13
po 1 Guava Puree loaned $35 million to Floridrowers a some time "V I t h Mrs. Gall's MACEL'S BEAUTY SALON
(
; f; The guava IB ideal for makin ; and farmers since 1933. parents Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mc f-j

I t t Into puree-soft, pulpy, and flavor Dougald. Mr. Gall left Monday [
REDECORATED
f. t i .; fill. The fruit for puree may beI President Truman has expressed morning for Jacksonville where h AND READY TO

i. ; riled peeled or unpeeled when the aimself as being confident the National is "spending this week attending to H SERVE YOU.

I. kin Is clear and unblemished.. Th Guard will surpass Its recruiting business. 'ATLANTIC Hi IN

: goal of 88,000 new men .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
little red and the yellow Catle y ,. .. .. .. ..-. . .w H i! LOBBY SOUTHLAND HOTEL
guavas: however, should never b k peeled. Merely cut off stem and the v. S. may remain inviolate" H ANNIE LU MORROW, Mgr.

: blossom end. slice and put the fruit IN THE FUTURE PAUL ROBBINS t F1f1

. : :. through the dllver or fruit pres The University of Tampa has Phone 60.1 Okeechobee, Fla. |
'''' t : another big year in sight with already All Work On Distributor
i -! If the mixture is to be canned of t.R .
i f measure ahd put on to cook 3 t u 1020 students enrolled. Dr. Outboard Motors ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH andATL.J.KTIC .T"
I !. 1t. C. Rhodes, dean of administration
> 10 minutes
until slightly thicken will be charged for at PETROLEUM
rd. Then add 3-4 announced that the total en
tto 1 cup for each PRODUCTS.
f i rollment will be close the rate of $2.25 per
the
kept to
quart of pulp and bring to bo it Phone 113 Okeechobee Fla
f j i gain.; If desired the juice from 1 1000 mark so that the greatest possible hour.

t t tto 2 limes or a lemon may be added individual attention can: be LaRue Chandler OtA .
f f just before filling In hot Jar given to students as well as for the Subscribe to The News \\ MILlrRIIt)
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of
J or tin. Seal Immediately and give purpose avoiding congestion. ,...............................,......,................w ....
a S-minute cook in boiling water
1 1. i 1 to insure a good vacuum. ST.
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puree : being canned -

I may be sweetened without any Florida's only Resident Military

I I cooking and packaged, at once for Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit .'
i freezing The fresh! frozen puree
ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS
be
f. may served with the meal as a ef Member S.
delicious sherbet without defrost- Southern Association of Cor.gea"5!
s ing. If whole pieces of the fruit and Secondary School f'

:; i 1 I ; are liked don't put the !Shells CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS I y and a
t f through the fruit press, but addS --- 4 Association of Military Colleges,:::

't them to the seeded pulp; sweetens and Schools- of the United States;,
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FLOORS WALKS DRIVES ETC. .. .
and stir until sugar IB dissolved: ,
i f then package and freeze. Highest Government Rating

# 1 This puree, canned or frozen CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS ,.!.:. k

f has many uses, particularly as a -i, An Accredited

f t basis for Ices, Ice cream, and her- .' Mixed and((Poured on Job SiteD. 7 University Preparatory School
bets, as well as for delightful -: ,, Limited Enrollment
j juices or nectars. A guava nectar:

i I< prepared from a mixture of puree i s Separate Junior Department
I. 1. and blended with orange or grape V :V P
H. WALKERP.
fruit juice or with added time For Information Address
I Juice and thinned to >> -.- Cot. Walter
a drinkable B. Mendeis, President _
', 1 O. BOX li45 '.
iIf' l) ,
: consistency should become a popular a _- Florida Military'Academy., {
beverage and one of every FORT PIERCE, FLA. L' ,.. SU, Petersburg Florida
high vitamin C content, too. PHONE 211

'I Suits--have- --been filed by Lykes Florida's Leading Military Academy'

I Brothers Inc., the Collier Corp. ,.-- _Established! I )08 -
and former Senator Ernest Crahara
: i !i to prohibit the Everglades Drainage -
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) k 1< to the District Federal from Government conveying under lands _. _. &.-: _=. .' :oA. -_. ___-_ ,'._ '. ': '. '_ .=', ','ji ._"_ _

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a 1947 leislature.
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f The being lands located Involved In Highlands were ,listedas lien.'a -

dry Glades, Okeechobee and Collier '
V f:T' i Counties. V :: BIG SQUARE DANCE

The
. : I legislative act called for
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{t conveying of lands to the Federal
Government for fish and wildlife


?:' .4 .of areas Park.At the Tampa and attorneys the John Everglades for M.the Allison Lykes National and oneS AT OUR PLACE ONE HALF MILE NORTH OF CITY LIMITSLOCATED


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Collier concerns, said the
petition
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was sought to prevent the drainage ON ROAD 15

board from Indiscriminately .


} be tax giving kept delinquent to for the eventual Federal lands which Government sho old (Formerly State Road 29)) Saturday Night, Septembers, beginning at 8 _


drainage district bonds.A retirement.- of o'clock. Music for the occasion will be furnished by String Band. This will IK



-3_ East tourist surrey Coast summer.has disclosed had an Daytona that unprecedented Florida's our opening night and we extend a cordial invitation to everyone to be there. .:

Beach

is ,brimming.Miami Beach over has with had vacationers by far As soon as repairs to our kitchen are completed we will be prepared to serve

its best tourist! summer ever.Frank the best of Steaks Sandwiches coffee. .
Chops
? Wlncheli, of the Jacksonville tour- ,

,:, t .' -.c. ist summer ever. Frank Winch'ell! 1 '_>', '
i of the Jacksonville tourist bureau ','
J "said: hotels there : T
have been '
crowdd
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.. 1-: Caldwell::"and State Agriculture ., .
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: -' "- Commissioner;Mayo hue agreed < Serving Liquors, and Beer :
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Friday, 'Sept. 5, 1947 '. THE OKEECHOBE2 NEWS --

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NOTICE IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE lands situate. lying: ,and in-login the that eneh and every one of the Defend- NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE ,
NINTH JUDICIAL CIKCflT OF f County of Okeechobee. State .t Plot an'a Dove named designated sad
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE that FLORIDA IN AND FOR OXtfcCHO- Ida to-wit: speed 1. are hereby required to appear THE STATE OF FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
In'.reordanw with Section G.of Chapter DEE COUNTY. IN CHAJntfcRl. I rein t* the Plaintiffs' Bill oft TO: MILDRED STRICKLAND. Dr J. N. Thomas, licensed veterinarian
D2G. Laws of Florida. Arta of (Parcel No, 1) Beginning at the 'urau int herein filed on the 8th day GENERAL DELIVERY JACKSONVILLE will be at the City Hail In the City
the Board of Public iMtructlonIt CASE >O. 1048 Southeast Corner at Government Lot of Se mber. A. D. 1947 and that this FLORIDA of Okeecbobee: Florida, Saturday. September .
Okeecbobee County Florida by Reslnti 7 of Section 29. Township 37 Sonth. order published in The OkeechobeeNew 13th. 1947. at 2:00 o'clock P.
.. n adopted August 4. 1947. ha* B.V. TIiOM AS. Range 05 East and run North 102 newspaper of general circulation You are hereby required to file your M., tor tbe purpose of vaccinating all
for the purpose of nominating ...d Plaintiff.WILLIAM yards; thence West 313 yards! : thence >,isbed in Okeecbobee County, written appearance in my office in dogs as provided by the ordinances of
electing County Board Member di- South 103 yards, thence East 313 yardsto .10,1"nee a week for four consecutive Okeechobee. )Florida ou or before the said city. A fee of $1-S win b*
rlded the County of Okeeebobee Into 'fL BENNETT et aka POB. Also v. ;1:.. Sixth; Day of October A. D. 1947 to charged for tar and racvlaation.
fire County Board Member resident district S. Defendant % (Parcel No 2) SE% of SEta of SWH W*" NESS my hand as Clerk and theSeal the bill of complaint: for divorce filed This Is the FINAL DATE and after
*. the boundaries of which are of Section 29. Township 37 South. ..f said (Court this 7th day of against yeu by M. C. Strickland In such date all dogs not properly tagged
described a* follow: SLIT TO QUIET TITLE Range: 35: East. less 15 ft on tbe East Augur. A. D. 1947 at Okeechobee In Circuit Court Okeechobe County will be disposed of.
'O. 1 Beginning at and South side for highway pnrI Fioriaa. la default whereof Decree Pro
DISTRICT ORDER TO AFPEAH one'". Also the C 'ucty and State aforesaid. Confess will be entered against yon LORENA PEARCE ,
the Interaction of the East Boundary (Parcel No. 3) SW of !':EU of SW 4 MAHEL UAULERSOX SHEFFIELD The Okeechobee News is hereby designated City Clerk
No 15 and
of State Highway THE STATE OP FLORIDA: of
St't"tlon:9. Township 37 South. as the new papr in which this
the North boundary of State Highway : To William 8. Bennett and hIs wire, Lange 35 East.GREETING Clerk of Circuit Court order shall be published once a week
No 70 and run. South along whose address U 722 1'rwspect Avenue Okeerhobee Count Florida for four consecutive weeks I
Kat boundary of tate HighwayNo liutlalo. S. 1.. Andrew Bennett and : lOreuit Court Seal) Witness
my hand and official seal
15 to the 17 fodt water level bU wife, whose address la 250 Main SU J. O. Wolff, Fr. J" O. Wolff Jr. and T. W. Conely Jr. at Okeecbobee, Florida this the 3rd Il Ir
of Lake Okeechobee: thence meandering Buffalo. N. Y.. M W Benjamin and bU Jack D. Wolff baring filed In this Attorney for Plaintiff. day of September. A. D. 1947. NOTICE
the 17 foot water level lineIn wife, whose address U Penob eot Buildin Court their sworn Bill of Complaint August 8-15-2229: Sept. 5 l
a Southwesterly direction to the *. Detroit. 1I higaJl. J J. Sexton and in this suit the nature and purposeof MABEL KAILERSON SHEFFIELDClerk Notice Is hereby given that the Boardf i
Klsslmmee giver: thence In a his wife whose address U 24 Hamilton which is to determine the title of of Circuit Court. County Commis-tiooers of Okeecho- l
Northwesterly direction along the BlTd. Kenmore X. Y.. John P. Becker the Plaintiffs to the land herelnabore NOTICE TO APPEAR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLA bee County Florida will receive ten
lets for the of the followingmotor
East bank of the KlsaUnmee Rlres and hit wife, whose address 11 on- described to be a good and sufficient By CONNIE W. RACLERSON. 1). C. vehicle' purchase
to the North boundary of State known. Edward 3. Ryan and bU wife absolute fee simple title to hare all THE STATE OK FLORIDA: O. C. DCHlUS'CE.A.ttorne equipment: 1p
1.2 2 trucks, baring dual
2 1 too
Highway No. 70; thence East along whose address U 112 Deteron St. Buf claims and Interests of the Defendants TO LOETTA HUTTO ROBINSON )' For Plaintiff. or
tbe North boundary of State Highway falo. N. Y. George E. Parker and Jute and each of them In and to said land GENERAL DELIVERY ATLANTA. OLeechobee, Florida wheels. 8x25 tires, with hydraulic
I':. No. TO to the point of begin.nlB J. Parker bU wife WHOM address 111 passed upon and determined to re- GA. -- hoist and flat dump body. Both trucks
and to hare wheel bane of 1ST lactea.
H. \else[ a
*. Buffalo. X JC. Joseph more clouds upon the Plaintiffs'title
whoU address II 238 London You are hereby required to file Said tenders to be open la the Commissioners
:- DISTRICT NO. t Beginning at lilt wife to said land to quiet and confirm the your
i of Section 24. Si. Buffalo N. Y. label Grant whose Plaintiffs' title thereto and in which written appearance in my office In NOTICE Room In the Courthouse in
the Northeast corner Colonial AYe Forest Okeethobee. Florida, before the the City of Okeechobee. Florida at
address is 13 Bill of Complaint the Plaintiffs state on or NOTICE IS HEREBY
, Township S7 South. Range 36 East. N. GIVEN that 10-00 a. m. on the 6tb day of October
I' N. Y.. Marshall sixth (6th) of
lillls. Kland that day October. 1947. to
line dividing Long they believe there are persons interested the City Council of the City of Okee-
South on
and run. his 1\-lte. 1947. The Board reserves the right to
tbe Bill
Hunt and Gertrude Hunt. of Complaint for IMvorce filed
In the land herein involved chuoe
Florida will
Counties meet In the Council
Okeechobee -
Martin and whose address U 631 Binfcbam Ave.. and hereinabore against you by Marvin W Roblnl.>n. reject any and all bids.Signed .
1 17 foot water level of Lake described and baring Chamber at the City Hall at l'iOO
the Palm
to
F Okeechobee: thence meandering the faulte Ste.! Marie Mich. and Palm named therein certain persons as in Circuit Court. Okeechobee'! County. P. M September 28, 1947, for the purpose C. E, Drawdy Chairman,
Cadillac Company. West known Florida, in default whereof Decree Pro
Beach
It. Northwesterly by name to them the said of' reviewing and equalizing the-
in
level line a -
17 foot water direction to tbe East Beaeb. Florida, and if any of said per Plaintiffs, but as not known by them Confes will be entered against you; City Tax Assessment Roll fur the year Board of County Commissioners.
be dead to their unknown spouses, the wild the Ose ohubee News is hereby deetgnaled -
of State Highway 15. sane Plaintiffs whether said persons of 1947 as prepared by the City lax
boundary also the East boundary of heirs advisees, legatees or grantees; are dead or alive and as believedby a* the news paper in which this Assessor.
which I. thence North. along and to all pentona baring or claimingan them the said Plaintiff if living, Order shall be published once a week NOTICE f
> Parrot Avenue; aforesaid to Interest in the following described to be Interested in the property and for four succesaire weeks. ANY and ALL PERSONS baring
the East boundary of State Highway lands situate lying and being in the premises herein involved and herein Witness my band and official seal any objections to tbe valuation pla'-ed Notice Is hereby given that Ole Boardof
! the No.North 20 boundary thence East to the point County of Okeechobee, state of Florl- above described, and, if dead.. to bare at Okeechobee, Florida this the 3rd on their property by the City lax County Commissioners of Okeecbo-
wit: been Interested therein: day of September A. D. ISMTMIBEL Ajessor as shown by the Assessment bee County Florida will receive tenders
I of beginning. "Lota"1, 2, 5. 0 I 8 11 12 15 16 17 18 And baring made all having RoU. are hereby notified to for the purchase of the following
I DISTRICT NO. I Beginning at 19 20 21 22 25 and 26 of Block 26. Conners or claiming any Interest persons in the RAULEUsON SHEFFIELD.Clerk i' file their objections with the Cilv equipment for the office of Tax Assessor
thereof recorded Circuit Court Okeechobee
s tthe Highlands as per plat above described land Clerk or to appear in person before :
I .- Northeast corner of Section 1. In Plat Book 1, Page 21 of theI'nbii to tbe said Bill of parties defendant County lorida. the City Council at said meeting on the 1 flat surface accountingwritingmachine
Township 33 South. Range 33 East, (' Records of Okeecbobe County Complaint By CONNIE W RAULLUbON. D. C. aforesaid date. to be used In preparing County -
i and run. South along range line to Florida. And baring demanded from the Tax Rolls.
1 the Southeast corner of Section SO Clerk of Circuit Court in and for G. C DURRVNCE.
I Township S5 South Range 33 East Said lots sing la and comprising apart Okeechobee County, Florida tat mak- Attorney for Plaintiff.Subscribe President Z. K.City WILLIAMS CouuciL, Said tenders to be opened In the
Commissioners Room In the Court-
i[ thence run East along Township of SVi of Section 9. Township 37 ing of an order requiring such persons house In the City of Okeechobee.: Florida -
j line, to the East boundary of State South Uauge 33 East and parties to appear to theirsaid ATTEST Lorena Pearce at 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day of
: Road No. 15, as now located: Bill of Complaint upon a day not City Clerk. October. 1W7. The Board reserves the ,
thence In. Southerly direction GREETING: less than twenty-eight days nor more Ukttthobee, FloridaAdvertise
and all bids.
right to reject
, along the East boundary of said B. '\ Thomas baring filed his sworn than sixty days from the date of the to The News any
! toad No. 13 to the Inersec- suit the nature making of said order;
Mate Bill .f Complaint in this Signed C. E. Drawdy, Chairman.
1 oJ said Road with the North la to determine IT IS,
lion and purpose of which THEREFORE ORDERED in The News I Board of County Commissioners.Sprayers .
1 boundary of State Highway No. 70.i the title of the Plaintiff to the
which U also intersection flf Parrot md bervinabove described to be a

Avenue and North Park Street good and sufficient absolute fee 51111'pie -_' _..,. __, .. .
> J in the City of Okeechobee: thence title to have all claims and luter- < A - ,. .
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' of ,
the each
$ run West, along Nortb/boun- cite of the Defendants and -
< dary of State Highway No. 70 to them in and to said lauds passed
' the Klfiitinimee River: thence Northwesterly upon and determined to remove clouds
k along the East Bank of upon the Plaintiffs title tft said land PUBLIC AUCTION
i tbe Klsslmmee River to the Intersection j to: quiet and confirm the plaintiffs
: of the township line dlvid title thereto, and in which Bill of Complaint And DustersDodge
log Okeechobee and Osceola Counties the Plaintiff states that he believes -
[ ; thence East along Township there are persona Interested in
* line to the point of beginning. the land herein involved and hereln-! TRACTORS-TRUCKS. FARMING' Self Propelled Sprayer, S row, two potato booms Meyers

| DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at above described, and baring known named by Pump, 225 gaL tank, extra large airplane tires-Serial No. 8648598:

i: tbe Northeast 36 corner of Section 36 J, therein name to certain him. the persons said Plaintiff as but *. Ford Model A" Sprayer, self propelled, 8 row boom, extra large
Township South. Range East
1; and runs South to tbe Southeast not whether known any by of him.said the person! raid are Plaintiff deador FRUIT GROWERS & TRUCKFARMER'S airplane tired: Friend Power takeoff, rubber tired bean !sprayer,
corner of Section 13 Township 57
; South Range 36 Cast; thence West alive and as believed by him, tbe 8 row boom, Pump :Modell C578-Ser. UTA19420: Field Force
i ald Plaintiff, if Urine to be InterestedIn
' along Section line to the intersection said land, and if dead to bare been EQUIPMENTThe Pump Co. sprayer 150 gal. tank steel wheels. No number: John
of State Highway No. 13: and
* State Highway No. 70. which is also interested therein Deere duster Cabbage boom for Ford spray; Celery seed bed

: tbe Intersection of Parrot Avenue And baring made all persons baring boom vth 150 ft. 3-8" high pressure hose: John Deere tractor
will sell at Public Auction
' and North Park Street \n the City claiming Interest in said Uifcds undersigned
1 t t Okeechobee; thence In a Northerly or parties defendant any to the said lUll of mounted, S row, crop duster: Dodge Sprayer-SerIal No. 8659509:
5 without reservation the described
direction along the East boundary following ,

1 of State Highway No. 15. to Complaint; equipment. Sale to be held on their premises at Harvesting Equipment ,
S tbe North Boundary of Section 3. And having demanded from the Clerk
' Township 30. South Range 35 East; of Circuit Court of Okeechobee County. Belle Glade Florida ,
thence East, along Township line Florida, the making of an order requiring on 2 Champion 2 ro*, Power takeoff potato diggers with rigid
: to point of beginning. such persona and parties to 'r
, DISTRICT NO. 5 Beginning at the appear to the said hill of Complaintupon MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1947 tractor mountings, caster wheels rubber tired Serials Nos. 291921
i Northwest corner of Section 6, a day not less than twentyeightnor and 0150991:
Township 33 South Range 34 East. more than sixty days from the
I t and runs East to the Northeast date of the making of said order;
: corner of Section 1. Township 33 SALE TO START AT 10 A. M. Other EquipmentDeVilbiss

* South Range 33 East; thence run IT IS. THEKErOUE. OUDEUKD I
! South on Range liner to the Northwest tbat each and every one of the Defendants
i corner of Section 6. Townshp above named, designated and Gas Engine powered air compressor, Serial 9S626:
,' 34 South. Range 38 East: thence specified are hereby required to appear TractorsCaterpillar Paint a
and electric
small size
spray gun, compressor motor ( ) :
Bill of
t Plaintiffs
,. run East along Township Line. to herein to the t
* the Northeast corner of Section 1. ('owp+ant herein filed, ou the TEN Driggs and Straton gas engine powered self priming portable,
; Township 34 South Range 36 East ; TY-SECOND (22) Day of September, Model D4-Serial*2T379W: Caterpillar Model D2-
5 thence run South: along range line A. I). 11M7 and that this order be pub Serial 5J6558SPt John Deere Model'ASerial 463246; tired 9"x rotary pump, 2" suction hose with foot valve: Low down, broad t
i! dividing Okeechobee and St. Lucle lUhed In The Okeechobee News s cast type fertilizer spreader, tractor drawn (John Deere) : Little "
36 Caterpillar Tractor 22 with Belt 'Pulley-2F7216W: Caterpillar
i Counties. to the Southwest corner newspaper of general circulation published ;
| of Section 36. Township 35 South lu Okeechobee QOUDt,., Florida Tractor Model R.2-Serial No. 6J30 SP: John Deere ModelA Giant, trailer type fertilizer spreaderBrlggs and Stratton 3 hp. c
i Usage 3K Kant ; thenrest along once a week fur four consecutive air cooled motor Serial 108918 Seed 7
' : potato dipping trough:
Township line to the Southwest week Tractor-Serial No. 495544: Ford Tractor-Serial 9N157837:
: of Section 31, Township 3.1i band Clerk and the drinking water kegs 8
corner WITNESS my as ; one gallon thermos Jugs: 20 ft. heavy log
I South, Range 34 East; thence run Seal of said Court this 20th day of Ford Tractor-TIres 10"x2S"-Serial No. 9N187373; International
chain: 3 Army surplus gas cans with flexible spouts: Wheel bar
August A. D. 1947. Trac-Tractor Model TD9, Serial No. TDCB2114ST7CM: Bolen's
* North along rang line to the row: 60 gal. water barrel with faucet: 500 gal. rubber tire drinking
< point of beginning. MABEL UAL'LEKSON SHEFFIELD Huski Garden Tractor ModeV BR6, Type 300537-Tires Rubber*-

i 1 Clerk of Circuit Court. Okeecnobee Serial 112619x: 2 Power Takeoff & Power Lift Attachments for water trailer: 2 Hanging type ice scales (200 Ibs. capacity) :
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOKLKCHOBEK County, Florida. Dlst mixer: 6 hand tool boxes: 6 truck size canvas tarpaulins:
; COUNTY F.LORHM John Deere Tractors:
(Circuit ,'ourtal) 3 one qt. size, hand ,pump fire extinguishers: 2 1-2 gaL acid-soda .:
; / By V.E.. LIOIITSEV, By CONNIE W RIULERSON.Iteputy .
;, Chairman. Clerk.T. Trucks & Hauling Equipment type fire extinguisher: Briggs & Stratton Engine Ser. No. 230046;
W. CON ELY, Jit.,
Attest
: International D9 Power Unit and Pump: International Harvester
Fla.
Box fiOS. Okeechobee.
CARL T. DURRANCE, Secretary.
' (SEAL) Attorney for Plaintiff. 1941 Ford Se.m1-traUer-Tractor Eng. No. 99T2722S8 1942 Ford pump engine-Model P20, Power Unit PA542: Caterpillar pump

! Stake Truck-11-2 ton--Engine No. 9ST-50S205; 1942 Stake Truck, engine No. 5E5647: Two 24" Pumps: 18" pump: 5 Pyrene fire I

, ----- 1 1-2 ton Ford, Eng. No. 99T-54706: 1941 Chevrolet Truck-1 1-2 extinguishers: 2 Track grease pumps: 4 Hand grease guns 2
TO
J NOTICE BELL Or INTENTION LAND NOTICEOEEECDOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA ton, Serial No. 8YS05-11350; 1941 Chevrolet Truck-1 1-2 Ion Seri Army gas cans and spouts: Truck Jack Crate hatchet: 3 Crate

: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. August 13. 1917. al No. 8YS039127Dodge (Weapon Carrier)-1942 Model. 1.2 ton Hammers: Pair tin snips: 2 Wrecking bars: Alr compressor No. i
pursuant to Section 13 (I), thapter20G53
}i -'M\ Laws of Florida. Acts of 1841. NOTICE IS HEREBY 9 GIVEN of Chapter that Pickup-Serial No. S151SS04: International pickup truck, EngineNo. 182720: Post Drill: 4 International stool wheels-new; Briggs &; 1

;! and Florida.Section Acts 67. Chapter of 1031. 14717.fc* amended Lawsof pursuant 1S29. Laws to of Section Florida. Acts of 1mknown. HD21341009: 1.2 Ton 1946 Ford Pickup Motor No. 964811; Stratton Engine, Ser. No. 108918: 7 Rotary speed hoes: 11 PlanetJr. .1

1 I hy Section 11, Chapter 20038. Law of" as the Chapter MURPHY 20658.ACT.Laws and In of 2 Athey Track Wagons, Serial Nos. 1543 and 1535: 3 John Deere, Wheel hoes with attachments: 21 hand hoes (small size) : 4
Florida. Acts of 1I>>!t. and allOI' 1f
II suant to Section 42. Chapter 20722. pursuanceActs of 1M1 DKA1NAGB known. DISTRICT the- Steel Wheel, Auto-steering Type Heavy Service Wagon; International hand hoes (extra heavy type) ; Five spout fertilizer distributorfor

I Laws amended of by Florida.Section Act 19. Chapter of 1941.2079Iws as. EVERGLADES ACT. the following describedland Steel Wheel, Auto-steering type heavy service wagon; Lo Seed Bed: 4 one spout fertilizer distributors: 2 Cabbage seed

11 Section of 41.Florida.Chapter Acts 20722.of 1943.Laws and of District, situated In Okeechobe In Everglades County Drainage Flor- cally-built Track Type Wagon: Low down, Flat Bed Type heavy planters: 8 seed bed rakes: 6 Pitchforks: 2 post hole diggers: 4

I Florida Act of 1041. at amended by Ida. will be offered for sal at publie Service Two Wheel Trailer, Rubber Tired: Ford, Model "A" Field Shovels; 4 Ditchbank knives: 8 Ib. sledge hammer; Swinging 1

. Section Florida. 21.Acts Chapter of IMS.::''079.the following Laws of outcry bid. subject for tbe to the highest right and of the best Trustees cash- Truck, Engine No. A237230: 1945 Fruehauf Trailer: 1930 Ford type grass 'cutter: 3 spades; Axe; 2 Potato rakes; 20 Cabbage and 1r 1I

described lands In Okeechobee County, of and the of the Internal Board ImprorementFund of Commissioners Coupe A3130041: Celery knives; 8 water buckets: ; hand duster; 2 hand seeders;
Florida to-wtt:
Lots 13: and U, $Ik. D. Okeeohcbee of Everglades Drainage District Speed hoe: 8 wheel hoes: 2 hand fertilizer distributors; S hand e
to reject any and all bids at the Tillage EquipmentTwo
Per Lot Co.2. BIk.S-D.'213, First Add. to City Courthouse. beginning at 1000 hoes; 70 Assorted cultivator shovels and sweeps; 2 Alemlte bucket b

of Okeecbobee. o'clock,A.1947.M At on to the all 15th parcels day of of September land Disc Extra Heavy Disc Plowsr-30" Discs: 8-Foot Tandem and hats type grease guns: 4 lever type hand grease guns; Lin t
20 Inc. BIt
and 10 to
CO,Lots City 13.of 14 Okeecbobee. of ten acres or more three-fourths title to one.half of Tractor Disc; 10-foot International Tandem Tractor Disc: 7 foot coln bucket and hose type grease guns: 4 lever type hand grease
of and
will be offered for aaie at ptolle outcry petroleum guns; Lincoln bucket and hose type grease guns: Set socket a
for the highest and beet rub bid. other minerals will be reserved by Oliver Tandem Disc: 10 foot Oliver Tandem Disc: 6-foot Oliver
of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement wrenches: 0'open end engineers wrenches (Assorted sizes): 3 t
the
to right
subject Fund Easements for read right ofway Disc: Bush and Bog Disc: 2 Ford Tractor Mounted Cultivators:
Commissioners of Everglade Drainage 200 feet wide will be reserved by cold chisels, assorted sizes: "2 lining punches: 3 drivers
District; and/or Board of County 2 John Deere Field Cultivators: Disc Plow: 2 Mole board plows: up screw ,
Commtaaoaera of OXeef&obfe Coaalr aid Trustees from any parcel through assorted sizes: 2 pipe wrenches (10" and 24" I 5 a
) ; qt. tilting spout
5 5 Hand sub-sollers
and all bids. wfckU: three b *& evicting state road Hand Cultivators: : Hand Drag Harrow:
Florida to reject any
lit the Courthouse, beginning 10:Wo'clock and easement for drainage and Four Section Steel Harrow: 2 John Deere 4 Section Lever type oil can*. 1 <;<_ tilting goat oft can: Post type drill press: 2 plows d
reclamation and for road
A.1917 M Easement-on the ISttf for d dalnage.r of September and be teserred by the Board purposeswill of Harrows: 2 Special Muckland Land Rollers S ft width with level- pump oilers: large blacksmith vice: 2 gasoline Wow torches: 2

.
reclamation and road purpose will be Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Ing or floating atttachment: Special Muckland Float or Leveling hand braces and set of wood bits: Two man crosscut saw: 2 drop

rf'llt""N.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: District.De erlptl BLot Frame: Klllefer Mole Drain Machine-Serial No. 3205; Custom type push brooms:
EVERGLADES DRAIN- 3, Block 243, First Add. to Cityof .,
OF AGE DISTRICT Okeechobee.Lots Built Mole Drain Machine: 2 Ford Tractor Mounted Long TimedWeedeas Insecticides Oils
t9 and 10, BIk. 60. City of
andnO.HD OkecchobW.TRUSTEES. : Devil Catcher: David Bradley Mower: Leveling Board: ,
OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
et
OF OKKECUO- Or THE INTERNAL 400 lbs powdered copper sulphate: 450 Ibs Hydrated Lime:
IMPROVEMENT FUND
liES COUNTY. FLORIDA. Planting Equipment
Dy Mabel R.aler OB Sheffield. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 350 tbs wettable sulphur: 750 Ibs pupont zerlate: 400 Ibs Dupont

Clerk Okeecbobea of the County.Circuit Court Florida of BOARD. OF COMMISSIONERS 2 four-row John Deere Beet and Bean Drill: Ford Tractor Doenate (DDT) : 5 gal. Nicotine sulphate (Black Leaf 40): 40 g

.s agent W.for Raulereon.said Boards. AGE OF EVERGLADES DISTRICT, DRAIN. Mounted Seven row, Planet Jr. Vegetable Crops Planter: 2 Holland gal. Dupont spreader sticker 200 Ibs Copper A Compound: 40

By Connie Deputy Clerk By Mabel- for Kaalersea Trustees Sheffield.of the Internal Aft Tra -planters, Self-Propelled, Equipped with Fairbanks gal. Diesel engine oil (No. 20 grade) : 45 gal. Gas Engine oil (No. ,.r

Improvement Fund and Model Z Engines, 2 hp. Transplanters are equipped with both 20 grade) : 35 gal. Gas engine oil (No. 30 grade) : 50 gal. Track tf

for Everglades Board of Commissionersof Drainage EtatricL celery and cabbage attachments: John Deere Windbreak Planter: and gun lubricant (No. 250 grade) : 1 brl. cylinder oil: 100 lbs

Notice Okeechobee County, S Hand Cole Bean Planter: John Deere Fertilizer Distributor, 4 track grease: 1.4" Machinist Vise: 1000 used 32 qt. hampers: 300 ofn

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FlordaIN 2 John new 3! qt. hampers: 1200 'Potato field boxes: 1200 Celery field
planter Deere
row: John Deere 2-row potato : Potato P
that the of Public Instruction boxes
Board :
Planters Model No. 12.IRRIGATION. c
of Okeechobee County Florida, TERMS I: CONDITIONS: Cash or certified check. No propertyto
THE CIKCriT COCRT OF THE "
will Twelve bids on or before September MNTII jrniriAL CIR<"rIT OF EQUIPMENT be removed until paid for The Florida Food Products Corporation

20, 1941,-on materials tote BEE FLORIDA COLNTY.AND IN FOR CHANCEKY.OKEECHO Auctioneers or Sales Manager will not be responsiblein

used In the. construction of a V-S Ford Motor, Send No. SND2S4BS59-Direct-Connected to case of accident to any person or property while on the prem ef:

.0 Gymnasium. CASE NO. 104CJ 5 inch Suction Berkely Pump Model 40R Serial 434526. Pump ises. This equipment can be inspected at any time. klgj

Said bids will be opened In the O WOLFF. SR. equipped with 20 ft t>f 5 inch suction hose and strainer: 1400 ft.
J. 0. WOLFF. IlL and Vin(
office of the County Superintend JACK D. WOLFF V V: (70) seventy lengths Galvanized Sheer-Rane lightweight, quick FLORIDA FOOD CORPORATION

ent on Saturday, September: :20, Plaintiffs coupling pipe, 4* dia., each length equipped with 1 1-2 ft. riser, f V V 0 .. 'f' ,c-, --

1947, at ten o'clock A. )I. Inquireat 1'11. (1" dia.). brass cutoff valve and No. 70 ralnbird rotating sprinkler i -
'
Superintendent office for de WILLIAM nO
tails. The 'Board reserves the rightto mounted on Couch 6* turbine pump: Wisconsin 2 hp. alr r'9

reject any or all bids. ORDER TO APPEAR cooled motor-SerIal 353018-Integrally mO'Onted.on: Couch 6** JOHNSON AUCTION CO., Auctioneers -

VAN E. LIGHTSEY, THE To W STATE Uliam Hochberg OF FLORIDA and Mrs.: William Turbine pump: Wisconsin Engine Serial No. 375CS9: Buick M. E. Liechty, Sales Manager,- -

Chairman, Board*of PublicInstruetJon 1I l1tw 1'... Sadie Hessler. MarieM. Motor Serial No. 2850091: _
..Baker and J. A. Baker her husband. 9I
U alive and It dead to their unknown
heirs derlseee. legatees, er grantees, 9I
ATTEST:. Carl T. Durrance, .
and tit aU persona having or claiming

.County Superintendent, ; ... .., an Interest In tie following described ..e.,. ae.v.ta' .. .,:- 5 .- -, '- I

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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA


jSEWING

CIRCLE PATTERNS



',- : UJuttomtJrimmed Jrejj'
FICTION' F By BETTER EDIPABD STEVENSON LATE L/out/tful


'1 eOl'neWELL. 'WltJUling( JaiforeJ csLl Brie When sanding unfinished r. ,
t sand'
< her deserved better and I told her Well last year our company did 0 tare for painting thorougj1
rm certainly glad you're
with fine sandpaper
so. A big wedding. a reception at pretty well and they gave all the wrapp "
seasick. When I first saw -
i around a padded wood 1
old Waldorf, old for
the Waldorf-the you employes; a month's pay a
rail I said to
you leaning over the off with a soft lintless
i, know-and a honeymoon at Niag- bonus at Christmas first bonus } Wipe
myself that you must be seasick -.-
ara Falls was little enough to her. we'd had In years. So what did I
though I couldn't see how anybody But she Just laughed. "If I wanted do? Well. I figured with all the kids Serve hot cakes or waffles wlf 8I. .

could get seasick with the water so such truck." she says "Td've married married and no one to take* care of heated honey and butter mired w', .
calm the it is. Our room stew-
way Mr. Astor ,and not Johnny but ourselves that we didn't have gether.; For extra flavor mix il -

ard says that anybody that, gets Bentham." That's the way she Is. I any real need for the money so<<; 1 little orange juice and grated rfasdl! .
seasick in this kind of weather .J
didn't mind so much not having a didn't breath a word about it to with the honey before heating. -
wouldn't be-safe on the lake in Cen- .
big church affair or a reception Ellen. You see I'd been seeing .

{ .. tral Park. He's a regular comedian.how afterwards but. gosh what's a these cruise ads in the papers andI I If Files which are kept in a toc
And that reminds me
wedding without a honeymoon? I thought to myself that's just the box should be wrapped separately -
much do you think I ought to tip mean it made me feel kind of low thing for Ellen and I. Twelve days. in heavy paper or cloth to protect!
I ?
"', him-the room steward mean not being able to provide even that. Nassau Jamaica and Cuba. $125 them from other tools. *
I'm not one that don't have to count + UViL Ui .
You know marrying Ellen was and up. I didn't say anything till : Y
but still I want to do
t my pennies' the making of me. I was just a shipping about two weeks before we were to To clean glass straws, use;sfjj
to
tipping.
fl. the right thing as clerk at the time but she sail. Then I broke the news. Well ordinary pipe cleaner. For tilt
/ You see this Is the first time made bookkeeping and could've knocked Ellen
"\ me study you over ,r larger size glass straws use tea!
we've been on a boat-my wife and when an opening In the company with a feather. ni sJ : or three,cleaners twisted together.
I mean. Of course we've taken
me. I Cleaners may be used a
the Hudson with the kids ,
trip
a up
: :
,7 ;f of tunes.
7 1 t r
wouldn't mention
but I guess you .
i ,
t'. Line in the :
River Day
the Hudson :
: ;.ti'd'
., same breath with the S. S. Goliath !II.i 'II 1't ;4

? The kids thought it was :
y 'i would you I '
'
grand though. They're grown up SMALL PETPOtViRHOUSC by .sfR.'
l. and married now with kids of their ,;
:{
own-except Judy that is. and she w ,...t'tl.

.. :. hardly bad tune, 'not having' been ... lt e .

., _: married quite a year yet-but it : W : ,.R 1 I ,
don't seem more than yesterday > "l' f
t- JJj Iv
lEt, f that they were running about like a / -=""+,.'"i:' r i 'i ... \

}r: bunch of wild Indians and getting \: r
} >
!I; Into all sorts of mischief. Time certainly .t
f"
flies .; 3&.S2 F.l1 .

t. :t Whew! it's getting hot. isn't it? j
.'Jli +4. Lingerie Set
.
: We must be coming into the tropics .'i$.., JjTA' riiorit
1 ; from the way it feels. Ever been J f. ., .., LOOKING for a neatly tailored

"F down here before Mr. I don't -Ex 4J \ ., )> u.. ; #\ it \ 12-20 set for your new fall
think you mentioned your name "' clothes? This well fitting slip and
.f fWt
f: : ti did you? Arthur? Well, rm .' tt> pantie pair is designed to flatter
'
glad to know you. Mr. Arthur. My ': '$$<;:;t"A.<'it, '''y.': 1 Neat and Trim the more mature figure-is easyto

name's Bentham. rd like you to : t.- ,, arranged strikingly make has few pattern pieces.
Q.;: : ,; meet my wife some time too. .rri di :: BUTTONS on and skirt lend an s 1 /"

j ; That's her laying in that deck chair : .! f f11 Pattern No. 8198 Is for sizes 36. 38. 4().
air of to this
::1 importance youthful No?
OTHER L
.. 42. 44. 46. 48. 50 and 62. Size 33. slip 24 ,CEREAL GMES
:i! down at the end. She's making believe \\ ; {' <- e versatile frock. It opens down the yards of 33 or 33-inch; panties. IV* yards. V'

rt she's reading that book. but i :: ::J: .:. back, has a choice of sleeve MORE EWEKSySETTHSORIGINAL
i 'u .
:
she's sound asleep. The salt air I .. >u ....... lengths is neat and trim. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. KELLOGG COftl ::
) seems to tucker her out. S e 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, 111. RAKES IN THE WHITE ;:>.

{ As I was saying time,certainly I "First thing I knew she threw her arms around me." .1 Pattern No. 8209 comes In sizes 12. 14. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each RED AND GEM PACK,
; flies. Now. take me. Why. it 16. U and 20. Size 14. */. yards of 35-inch. pattern desired. _.
t you came along I stepped right In. I'm "Johnny Bentham." she Pattern No C:1ze- REGULAA OR. F
; \ seems it's only the other day that says Send today for your copy of the new .h\WLY SIZE :
head bookkeeper now. Of course "are you out of your mind?" "No." Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION. You'U
Ellen and me were getting married be delighted with its easy-to>make styles Name :
that
isn't so much-there's only one I says. "And I haven't robbed a
fashion special fea-
up-to-the-minute news
: and here we are, grandpar-
I j ; other bookkeeper-but, being headof bank neither." So I told her all tures. Free pattern printed inside the Address
: #i' ents of six, already. anything is pretty good these about the bonus. book. 25 cents. Ei

.. We've been married thirty-five .
days, I always say. A couple of Well, she still ------
,j. years. It don't seem possible but years back when rd been with the thought I wascrazy' M1hP4M1ce-(%.( l /'he -P-M1M1M1M1eLP-l.hM1hP.e.c--
.
: :; that's what itNis all right. Why say. thirty-five I "Spending all that money on ? ..
company they put
years "
t. little
a she
,
j I H! I as can plain remember as if it happened the wedding last week.just on a dinner and gave for me me a at watch.Jack Here Dempsey's it- Til think: we're trip millionaires s'ays.UDo? Johnny.you ?? ASI( ME ? A quiz with answers. offering ?? I tS i

never put foot on that boat""Now
f..' 1 is It wasn't much of a wedding-you Is. See what it says. "To John W. information various subjects ? i
l know no fuss and feathers. Besides Bentham"-that's my full name that's a fine howdydo! I i A NO TIlER ?

..;.'. I Ellen and I and the minister there "for thirty-five years of devoted says making out I'm insulted. "A ?
N-lr h PNPhee N-N.P.A N-lv/-
M1 M1 tM1h N-M1.n-e.e. M1 M
.1.1 was only the minister's wife and service. Atlas Paper & Supply Co." woman refusing to go qn a honey-;
,. the church janitor, for witness. But Mr. Stover the president made a moon with her husband!" 1. Who said: "When there is 8. Thomas Paine. --- --

:.j. I can still see the five of us standing speech. I did too-but I was too Well, she just looked at me andI an income tax the just man will 9. Yes, they have been Chris- FASTER $MOOTeYMPv

f ... there In the chapel with the sun choked up to say much. You can just looked at her. and first thing pay more and the unjust less on tians since shortly after the Crucifixion

: ; ;- coming through a high window and bet I'd neverve stuck around to get you know she threw her arms the same amount of income"? when Matthew carriedthe

,} falling all around us and turning that watch if it hadn't been for around me and began kissing -me 2. Was a battle of our Civil doctrine of Christ into that

:;. ,, everything golden. I remember El- Ellen. and what did the two of us do but war ever fought in Europe? country. ssis ri rut s

len specially.! She. was.. so'pretty" and And the kids too. of course. When end up laughing and crying like a 3. Where is the Valley of Ten 10. No" A barrel of compressedair

little. you get to be a family man you got couple of kids. Thousand Smokes? has more weight thereforehas

1 When I look back. I think: Ellen to tend to business. Kit-that's "Gosh Mama" I says. "It's bet- 4. How did Julius Caesar meet less buoyancy. SINGLE OR DOUBLE EDGE'r

and I must'a been crazy, getting short for Christopher- was the ter late than never ain't it?" his death?

: married the way we did. My gosh. first; then Roger. Cynthia Anthony; Say will you look at them porpoises What is the number of degrees -

:- f didn't, have a cent to my name- and Judy the baby. Nice names around the equator

I it! it was all I could do to scrape up ain't they? Ellen picked 'em out. 6. What is the largest, inlandsea

t i the money for the wedding ring. I! They're; all grown up now-fine in the world? Look How Main Street

I Engagement rings and honeymoons young men and women if I do say 7. Which is the most populousof

Y I I : and all the fixings were out of reach so myself-but there was times Book ReviewsIn the South American countries? Has Grown I

I. as far as we were concerned. when you just wondered if they 8. Who was it said: '"These are dr

t 'I felt pretty bad. taking her rightS ever would. It was just one thing BriefTHE times that try men's souls"?

f ftf r from church to a 2.50aweek furnished after another. Sick or healthy they 9. Are Ethiopians Christians?

k f room. A wonderful girl like had you up to your neck in bills. 10. Does a barrel of compressedair
i iu
.< CAMPBELLS ARE COMING have more buoyancy than a

I I E # .5 Gltnn II. Campbell (Dodd, Mead barrel of air at atmospheric pres- srMR'

f t tS Co. $4). sure?

The origin of the Clan Campbell The Answers f'u' t t

I'I Ii J i itT ROSS PUZZLE and the history of Scotland are 2.1. Yes.Plato.The Union Kear-
: i ORD J synonymous and here the author as ship
: ;. a bearer of the famous name, takes sage sank the Confederate cruiser
w. the most interesting aspects of each Alabama in European waters off

.' and has woven them into a skillfully Cherbourg France.

;i horizontal, s.n.u.a I. Nest I..... drawn account of the Campbells' 3. Alaska.
If hand in Scottish affairs. 4. He was assassinated.

: ; 1 Coquette 1 1 3 4 S 6" S 4) 10 Liberally illustrated, the book con- 5. 360 degrees.

; P 6 Instrument tains historical Information writtenin 6. The Caspian which is 760
miles long and varies between 100
used to de-; 11 In
U U an absorbing narrative form.
57 ; compose light and 280 miles wide. Its total area
1 every Scotch crisis a Campbell hada
; '
11 Shrewd
is 170,000 miles
12Trojan hero 14 tS i6 1? responsible role in the ultimate 7. Brazil.square
o 14 Molten lavaL outcome. One of the best chaptersIn

I 15 Verily 1 a 19 w tl 22 the book concerns the story; of
16 Youth 52/ the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots Route of Cyclone

x i i 11 Artificial on whose side the Campbells re- A cyclone may travel around the

5 ,;1 f 1aTo language slam u u u 16 mained loyal with almost disastrous world. One cyclone which originated Part of Every Dollar You Get .
results. in-the state of Montana on
t 20 Energetic
; 23 To exists 27 18 30 3 2 33 The author an advertising execu- February 23, 1925 traveled around
k : Pronoun tive of Cleveland. 0.. took many the world and finally broke up in Comes From' World Trade!

,: \. 26 Skill 34 35 36 37 38 pains to bring his readers an ac- the Gulf of St. Lawrence river 3s

: 21 Complicated curate, descriptive history of the about a month later.. i

state of 39 40 41 42 43 Campbells. Not,content with a long

affairs and diligent research in local li ..
32 Unit af
:1 resistance 44 4S / 4b 4? braries he travelled to Scotland and : -

34 Egyptian covered personally the territory BP tBJE.i1'tk l55sr

deity 48 about which he writes. While the QY
49 SO
51 SI 53 34
Difficulty book is of primary interest to the
36 Assistance: Campbells themselves many of
38 Faroe Islands SS 56 s7 34 59
whom, know nothing of the fascinating -
windstorm
background of the clan every
39 Deed u a k. +
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41 Agitated 60 61 62 63- Individual of Scotch descent' and ?> y

i 44 Young goat scholars of every nationality will EXPERIENCE. n >"5
46M- < 64 65' find something appealing. in its
4TTo leave pages. DURING THE g S GREA
48 To disown
52To seize WARTIME CIGARETTE( GET CAMELS
53 Symbol for No.%9 National Park Ideals

iridium National parks in the 'United SHORTAGE METHERE'S AGAIN REGULARLY

56 Prefix: not >11 a Symbol for 45 Stupid person 54 Industrious States, created by act of congress r -
51 Latin: haW selenium 43 Edge insect are areas of national significance NO OTHER THEY SUIT ME .
59 Compass 10 Where the 49 Agent 53 The self
point Athenians 50 Enumeration 61 Note of scale distinguished by superlative natural CIGARETTEt LI TO AtT' .I
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y: 60 One who sells defeated the 51 At any time 63 Colloquial: scenery, set aside for preservation -
small wares Persians 53 Poker stake paid notice as nearly as possible in unimpaired A CAMEL !
Ambassador 11 Rude fellow condition and dedicated to
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S 64 Slang 13 The.Iun the use and inspiration of the'peo ;.: .
-, 19 To recede Aacwcr U r...1. N..k.f ISGO .
the Yellowstone
pie In establishing
-_ G5 To eat away 21 Nothing
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first national park congress a ?
Ancient Ii ABEY DOIOIAR .
I .: -.:;. t >. Vertical Scottish tax YERA EEB quaintdesignated it "a public iSS !:( 1
:: -' :Period 01 ROOD duE park or pleasuring-ground for the 'sfw. >4 ry

_- 1To criticize time aa Boaa RICA benefit and enjoyment of the people f'y

y: mercilessly 2'l Man' name OQQQ DUAL BED ," and provided against "Injury a. + fib

.- 1 French article :s Common fish food DDOOa EOED DOOQOQQEJ or spoliation of all timber mineral ,.;
deposits natural curiosities or won
: J Evergreen 29! Poem CARUso
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cllmbJn 30 Mlsehfevouaplant. Oil GOOD DQQBO ders within said park, and their re-

;!".;;, doings ODD POOD OGEE tention In their natural conditions.In .

i TaD grass 31To lubricate OOQQ DIAL DEB establishing national'pub BO .
; I ShaDoW}; 33 Convened QDLi DBQD OEJ thought is given to geographic location.

5 : container 31 To excavate CAD E I I E M ERti The area proposed for national
; ; IS)[....... 40 Grataf.t3' ti03 LATEE.ets park ,use U considered primarilyfrom ..
p ?3gtdtea !t." f2ladelilsceat the standpoint of whether or
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., CouJt.tr7 IA' leeume 11I1a not its principal features an of ,
Aata. aVast age r .
broad national Interest.

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1 Worth the Wait Gay ChrysanthemumAs


1 A MOVIE showed on the screer
tIJWI Motif Towels
a bevy of shapely girls disrobing on

; i for a plunge in a swimming
H T at hole. They had just taken off their
hats. shoes and coats and were be-
ginning to remove their dresses ?
when a passing freight train dashed

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frolicking the water. -
ROSS BOBBY .4 An old railroader sat through the

TOWN SOX 4Y 4 \ show again and again. At length an ,.lIi.\.-
usher tapped him on the shoulder.
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Marty Unkj C asked. "'Nothing doing" was his -
answer "One of these times that
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"Whatever it was yon planted in the cold-frame has "Frederick's so wonderful! He Just refuses to believeme t S,
certainly popped up nicely!" when I tell him we're through forever and always!" r.

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THAT MEANS LET'S HAVE A

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COMPANY + ..- t7o Examiner-What's the best thingto
do when your brakes won't hold?

\\\11/l I r Driver-Hit something cheap. ;) (

r I / Sales Talk 7075 ka
'"Oh Mrs.Brown" gushed the visiting -
FLOWER FESTIVAL that'ssimply
Mrs Tucker "your husband A e
irresistible! Twelve
V must love you very dearly. I sat
1 : ;t across the aisle from him on the splashy chrysanthemum motifs in Pt
: r aft to-the-inch cross-stitch for linensor n
suburban express last Thursday
IS.PfV curtains.
; ernoon and heard him praising you 0 .
M _to a woman who was sitting nextto
him. Color symbols on pattern; needs no
\ chart. Pattern 7075; transfer of 12 motifs
LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita Mrs. Brown laughed delightedly."Well 2 by 3 to 9'i by 9Vi inches. S
,** she finally replied. "Johnis Our improved pattern-visual with easy-
to-see charts and photos, and complete directions
but I .
a fairly devoted husband
t / :THIS AND THEN WE \ REGGIE -makes needlework easy.
FIXING A
i" think he was exaggerating a little
Due to unusually large demand and
GW GET UP IN THE an
LADDER NEEDS I WHAT ARE YOU LADDER ( when you heard him. You see, he current conditions slightly more time is
I- 15 FOUR MORE / TREE JNMADOAVA was bringing out the new cook and most required popular in filling patterns.orders for a few of the'.

RUNGS.. -' when heard him he was givingme
%L afn you Send your order to: ,. .
: a build-up.

i 7S Sewing Circle Keedleentft Dept. '
Logical ConclusionThe 5C4 W. Randolph St. Cbieacw SO, DL.
Ht court waxed hot.sir," Enclose 20 cents for pattern.No .
stormed the defense lawyer "you 7.n

have admitted you were seated on Nam. .
t the right side of the passenger coach I
where you couldn't see an extra' Address

track. Will you please explain to
this jury how you can swear the
v
awu..w.. ;. line was doubletracked7""We1I f

," meekly answered the wit
MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher ness "I could look across the aisle Yodora

f and through the coach windows. ]I 1

MUTT; i YOU LITTLE SAP WELL THEN WISE E14 ARE CFI, THEN SMARTER? YEH I ASK 9ANiPtoNQUESTIONS saw a train whiz by occasionally
and took it that there was either a checks
i AIN'TINTELLECTUAL YOU'VE NOTINTELLECTUAL WHO'S (INTELLECTUAL I'M QUIZ track under it or else this railroad .g

It II4TELLECTIJAL tessr SMARTERTHAN THAT EVEN KID! had some mighty good railroaders."

P- THEN WHAT YQt1'REVJUST A WISE MEN perspiration .
AND WHY?
k AM I? LITTLEFOOL! ] ALMOST ANYQUESTION WISE MEN! CAN'TANSWER They Needed It n
-r + She had insisted on taking along odorTHE FEIn
1 every garment she owned. They r
d,. .z arrived at the station loaded with

1 6I baggage. Gl1lNG'
k I 1 "I wish,** said the husband
thoughtfully, "that we had brought Made with a Jan cram bate.Yodora
;. your piano." is octuoHy 9OQ&X&& to normal akinL
"Now. let's try not to be funny." No harsh chemicals or irritating
\ salts Won't harm skin ,.
came the frigid reply. or clothing. i!
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"I'm not trying to be funny" he Stay soft and creamy never gets
JITTER By Arthur Pointer sadly explained. "I left the ticketson grainy. '. St,
it." Tty gentle Yodora Jed the WODderfuJdiiIerencet j

I
t Look Who's Talking;! o
p Englishman Odd names your
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towns have-Poughkeepsie, Wee-
\ hawken, Oshkosh. Oskaloosa Neta- A
oti waka. Pa vi hat tan, Albuquerque. fpj

1 1: American I suppose they do 'r lat
sound queer to English ears Do
you live in London all the time
l Englishman, indeed I spend .o....
\ aWELLFOR part of my time at Chipping Norton -- 00r
r and divide the reft etween
V Biggie wade and Leighton Buzzard. **** * **

) l Buy U. S. Savings Bonds) a
Evidently

REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes "Good morning Jimmy," said ** *** * *
the neighbor to the email boy ili

COMSIDERIN'THATSOMEBODY sweeping off the porch. "Is your

NC'WWHAT'S \ .A OH?Cu+.' IT GIVES A YOU mother in?" KIDNEY SUFFERERS! .
: "Would I be doing this if she
DOUBLERICHAT DREW THAT FCf .
WRONG. SEE ?/ A FAY .
THERE
1 SPoA ON Trf COUNTER AHVJE weren't 74% BENEFITEDIn h,
\ ASSOLUTEL60514.. COULD SEE IT
? NO COST ) THA<* THROUGH TK eOTTOiOP clinical test by recognized ..'
NA .. WATSOCVERf/f U. TM CLASS. BORN THAT WAY M.Y. research organization
r 7A! AS pttient wee tnSabte from berni.gaart
A&M.ctuac up ai&bta.All wr.
bued oa MWT mutual*M M0 'lb.etablfle Ut
both RiisulMed k.daey.(a.doeoaventiaeald.oretis .-
ti pola)aid v tnllttd v,deeed bloddwk.iia.
.(oolr Foley l"i1Ia alao.ootba.The result
d teat rll'1O heed of basing se a-
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pow; gee up at Light ea.ied asaaaytima.T.or.oat.altgwekw
last.ti. .
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pat tboa f>r soon t wtxrtory.
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Irritation of
AH HA! NOW / rr+wr"' 'trrt *tfr'rSSPIMPLES/r.
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SOCK 141Er 4 jt- 'YVE 6oY: H e.n.atlx!: c a US.. jAre t

Q African Hunter-While wandering you reeking relief from such / } It
,.: j k. around a native village I'spotted a an unsightly condition? Start the
1O leopard. easy Resinoi routine today. elal
Pure, mild Resinoi Soap deans- ,
r ; Sweet Girl-Don't be sffly. They fug makes skin look and feel really
iI grow that way. dean.Medicated R.es.inolOintment., -
J soothes pimply irritation overnightthns :
Afternoon of Life aiding healing,
t Little Elsie has reached the agwhere
she has begun to observe and RESINOL'ISHI I Ie

reflect upon the manners and conduct .iIC .
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,'. Jeff The other day a friend asked, .
By Hayes
SILENT "Elsie how old Is your Aunt Martha t 7//IuJSu/IeIl?
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SAM'r HI BIII
BA'' tens HI sills ir
W The youngster considered the RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
I .. I I query briefly, then replied, "Wen.I ,
1 ---::. --= 1 I don't know exactly, but a ,cup 01
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I Out ef Tone f a

Wife-My 'husband is becoming
quite-a musician.

iII! gi ',,. piano Friend What does,he play? The ,

LM-&.Bettlaawiiri USIu", '
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,,, ', : A FRIENDLY' NEIGHBORS WEEKLY BUSINESS SURVEY
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t Joseph W. Yates I
,. Electric Service & Repair Co. And Specials :

:: V r : YATES FUNERAL HOME Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing .
I ; Phone 155 Yes, ,the Staney Radio and Elec- Yes Sir, McDougald over at GiV
l. Fort Pierce, Fla. tric Shop will repair: your radio bert's can tell you all you want
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l Phone 789 Phone 789 C. L. Strickel, Manager\ when you want It. You know you ;know about a water softener or &
can get Fort 'parts and expert re-, water pump. See him.
,- f.. Prompt Ambulance Service Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla.: pert repairs down at the Okeechobee Dry Cleaning a specialty
;- ; ; Motor Co. Summer rates are Glades Dry Cleaners. Pickup and

; ... now In effect on all laundry when delivery every Tuesday and Friday,'
y i } the Glades Cleaners does It. Infants cowboy boots, sizes 5 to
; The Tomlinson barber shop la' S can be obtained at The Fair
I i specializing in massage of the face Store.
Typewriters Cleaned and scalp, I am sure you will be
; East SidePackage North ParkPackage short trips.
glad to hear of this service. Photos
r You better place that order sow
Expertly and Quick yes you can get 'em all you want
: Store Store any size too. so you can get those rose bushes.
4 There is a Photographic Studioin Burgess Supply Co. will get their
:: t't'I Des CordialsEAST Liquor. Wines Cordials Phone-James Keene the Lions Building. first shipment Oct. 1st. Stetson
..t i If you get sick or hurt and need hats and Nocoma Boots,
At News Office saddles
i
: Next Door To All Night ,
transportation who would you call?
; I OKEECUOBEE sure you can get them. The Fair
Station
Sure, that's right, you would call
_ STATE ROAD NO. 8 PHONE 153 -- Yates Funeral Home. Store says we get em.
PHONE 103.1 Why should you wear those dir- Package goods-that's right-the
,' ty clothes when the modern dry North Park and East Side liquor I
r ; Real Estate Insurance cleaners are still in town. store has all you want. Mixon and
Real estate and insurance welldon't
Ellis garage now has building supplies

V 0. K. Garage and Machine Service K. E. STELLO he is see the me man but who see knows.K. E. Stello; best,news batteries by reading and tires.the Okeecho-Get the

; O. K. "0. K. Garage and Ma- bee News,
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH advertise in the news
t chine Service" we know that you today. Be sure to read this column -
j > I I Sales and: Service ?. O. Box 396 Phone 86 are the dealer for the Plymouthand each week tor special news of interest -
f 24 Hour Wrecker Service dodge cars and you have 24 concerning your merchants-
t I V Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92 Okeechobee, Florida hours wrecker service. ,Burney-Kelz say they were for-
: merly Denmark's and they are your n
I Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances Chalk's taxi will make long or complete home outfitters.' a .
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Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters
I "We Service Them Allk '' " , , , T

,., "';, STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen
I .., Burgess Supply CompanyEshelman
:'j' Atlantic Service Sta. '
Red Rose Guam. Feed 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00
t t j Paul D. Robbins Owner PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES
t Wrecker, Service PHILGO First Shipment will arrive Oct. ts.th- Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen
<- Second Shipment will arrive Nov 15th till 8:00 P.'M. .
f \ 24 Hours a Day :
J EXIDE BATTERIES Baby Chicks
AUTHORIZED
; LEE TIRES Repairs and Service all makes Radios and
: GASOII.nEASING SERVICE Tuesdays and Fridays Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio -
t Batteries, Flashlights,, and Batteries.
, TWIN OAKS

t All Night Cafe ULMER< EZEI4t.OKEECBOBEE =-=- ; "i' '- ; .T ;

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1 : ; ; BRING YOUR Vf .

I; '!f COWBOY BOOTSSizes V .
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( Printing Needs 5 to 8 at DENMARK'S

THE FAIR STOREPhone
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1 33Tomlinson Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr.
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r Gulf Station In Curing and Barber ShopHair CallCHALK'S V 3

i-: That Good Golf C...
?;< : Smoking Meats TAXI V
Ii' GULF PRIDE OIL Cuts-Shaves V i
Also wholesale and
Chalk's Taxi
will make long or
: ALTO'SHOTEL Retail Cuts. Specializing in Face and Scalp.Massages -, Short Trips .
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t V: V. Weekly or Dally Rates Parrott Ave.


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1 1 :0 V IN BUYING PROPERTY Gilbert CulbrethFRICIDAIRE Summer Rates _

_ REFRIGERATORS Are now in effect on all Laundry. '
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V OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE Ranges, Hot Water Heaters All Work Will Be AppreciatedPickup
ii i SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
Bendix, Maytag, Easy, Conlon washers and Ironers. Deep freeze
: t, AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY boxes, Wayne water softeners, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson and Delivery Every Tuesdayand
radios Johnson Outboard Motors Onan LIghtplants, Berkeleywater Friday of Each, Week
, I Okeechobee Abstract
CompanyJ. pumps GLADES CLEANERS -

L. BARBER, Manager Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54 :

-3f--Phone, 156 Pickup and Delivery :

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t Modern Dry Cleaners .
OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO.
$_, "AGENTS FOR'THE ORANGE BLOSSOM STEAM Mixon, & Ellis Garage .

SALES SERVICE LAUNDRY OF ARCADIA" Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs J

uj1C Pickups TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each week. BATTERIES TIRES AND TUBES t V 1r
V FOR U. TIRES UPHOLSTERY '
I AND HOME LAUNDRY S
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Night Phone 5-R-4 !
Puroil 1 Products Ford Parts-Service 'C:
Okeechobee, Florida i,7> Box 153, Okeechobee Fla.V '
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