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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Creation Date: September 12, 1947
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Volume 33-No. 17 < Okeechobee
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'I I I i I Co. Commissioners Cattle Finished Ticks By The May MiddleOf Be Digest Of Recent One Dairy of Calf The Project Best For Is r Representative Group of Women Met i


t J iw f f Transact Business Next Summer Opinions By The 4-H Club, BoysGainesville Tuesday Night To Organize Woman'sClub


; |I In Regular Session tinued Tallahassee regular cooperation dipping Fla. of-of stock With cattlemenand mostof con- Attorney General project is oneof,, Fla.the-A most dairy satisfactory calf ; Will Meet Again September It I'

enterprises the farm
boy or
; 1 the Florida territory In which -

.J i The Board of County Commissioners fever ticks have been found thus The legislature requires students girl can undertake according to C. Thomas Gives Low 4 representative-group of Okee-

::, of Okeechobee County; far will be free of the pests by who receive senatorial or representative W. Reaves dairy specialist with cbobee women met Tuesday night

I I Florida met in refnlr session on mid-summer 1948, according to aholarships to site the state the Florida Agricultural Extension Price On Baby Beef September 9, at the Woman's club

';, I Monday September 1., 197 at Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian. notes endorsed by "some jreipon.*!* Service. For Big BarbecueBrad building to reorganize a womtn.* ,
f 9SO a. m.Present. While heavy rains In southern ble citizen" but it didn't say who
club
in Okeechobee.
"} .-H
1aD1' calf
dairy project,
were: Commissioners C. Florida retarded eradication work is to judge whether an endorserIs Thomas of the Thomas
E. Drawdy, chairman O. J. Chapman during the summer Dr. Knapp explained a responsible, citizen or not. he said, shave resulted in develop- Packing Company in Okeechobee Mrs. H. H. Raulerson acted as t
chairman, and Mrs. Lollar as sec
M. L. Mobley R. M. Durrence the program Is being carried So Attorney General J. Tom ment of an adequate milk supplyfor is due a great big round of ap- retary of this first well attended

W. ,F. Walker; Attorney T. W. forward effectively and systematically Watson advised State School Su- the farm family. A boy or girl plause for the part he played in meeting. About 30 women were ,i

Conely, Jr., Sheriff N. O. Stewart now. perintendent Colin English that who owns and raises a calf into a Monday's barbecue. He furnished present :
and Clerk Mabel Raulerson Shef- It Ls necessary to dip all cows, since the award of such scholar- the meat-and at a price that even
good milk cow learn by experience The Thurs'E'
next meeting will be !
horses and mules in a quaran- ships are the responsibility of the surprised cattle men who participated -
field.The minutes of the meeting held tined area every 14 days for 12 to state board of education it may be and from the county or home in the event. "Rock bottom"Lis day afternoon September 18. at :
15 months.Dr. demonstration agent how to care I( the word 3:30. Guests from other dubs have i
only that will describe
in August were read and approved.The the responsibility of that board also -
Knapp expressed appreciation for and manage the animal and the price that Mr. Thomas made been, Invited to attend and help i
report of the County Wel- to pass upon the character and
for of cattle- so derives a great deal of ai-I I the with this new organization. Mrs. h;
the barbecue
,fare Board; was presented and or- cooperation fitness of those who endorse schol- committee on the
dered filed in the office of Clerk of men and urged them to continue arship notes. satisfaction in ownership of vast amount of meat served. The D. H. Saunders of Ft.* Pierce who !?I
Court. I their support and cooperation in animal. s a price was far below any other of is familiar to many women in i;

Uoon motion by Commissioner the work.Henry. The adjutant general of Floridais fer made by any packing concernin Okeechobee through her women's ::

Mobley. duly seconded by Commissioner authorized to sell obsolete or E. Wilson Was South Florida. work activities has been especially ":

Walker the Board Walker Was useless firearms which have been The beef was baby beef and invited to meet with thIs new j'

I agreed to advertise for one flat turned in to the state armory de- boned in the Thomas plant in 1 group. I;i i
surface accounting writing machine clares Attorney General J. Tom Laid To Rest Here Okeechobee between midnight Sat There is a need In Okeechobee ...

to be used in preparing Coun- Laid To Rest At Watson.In urday night and, Sunday morning for an organization of this kind. I i

I, ty Tax Rolls for the Tax Assess- opening up a possible field Wednesday P. M. when it was brought to Pahokee The prospects look bright, and It is !
be day for A refrigerated truck the hoped that all women who are interested
or's office. Bids to accepted on Bassinger Mon. arms collectors or lIensed brought I
the 6th day of October 1947. firearms dealers, the attorney general big shipment of meat to Pahokee. will give It their coopera
Upon motion by Commissioner I recalled that the law makes It Funeral services were conducted All day long Sunday the truck tion. A since welcome is extendedto

Chapman duly seconded by Commissioner Funeral services were conducted mandatory for weapons taken ,from Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 at the stood by the massive barbecue pits them. _.

Durrence, the Board for Henry L. Walker Monday af- convicted persons, or unclaimedand First Baptist Church here for E. with eletricity turned on so that i :

,agreed to advertise for two 1 1-% ternoon at 2 o'clock at the Churchof in the hands of peace, officers, J. Wilson" who died Saturday af- there would be no chance for a Rep. Hendry Gets I

.. or 2 ton trucks having dual wheels,. The Brethren. Rev. Flora, pAstor to be turned in to the adjutant ternoon at 4 o'clock following a slip-up in the fresh condition of
8x25 tires, with hydraulic hoist of the church assisted by Rev. general. Those which can be used heart attack. He was 55 years old. the meat. Actual cooking started

and flat dump body. Both trucksto Hollenberg of Sebring conductedthe by the military are to be kept by Mr. Wilson had been suffering late Sunday afternoon. Reply From Road I I

have a wheel base of 137 services. the state, or when not needed, may from heart trouble for the past Oldtimers who have barbecuedtons

Inches. Bids ,to be accepted on the Henry Lamar Walker was born be loaned to other state depart- 'three months but was thought to of meat in their day, were Board ChairmanRepresentative I

Cth day of October, 1947. at Bassinger-- April 7, 1900. and ments, to counties or cities But be getting along better. Saturday agreeably surprised v at the splendid
The Board agreed to rent the was forty seven years old. He those which are obsolete or useless morning he rode to town with his manner in which they receivedthe

tractor and grader for $4.50 per moved from Bassinger to Okeechobee may be destroyed or otherwise disposed son and returned home to eat din- truckload of meat from the W. J. Hendry re I

hour. early in life and had made his of, according to the attorney ner. About four o'clock he sufferedthe packing plant.Everglades News. turned Sunday from Tallahassee

RESOLUTION home 'here since. He was the son general and he interpreted this attack that killed him.E. where he went to confer with the .j
Commissioner Mobley presented of J. II. Walker, Sr. last to permit their sale to authorIzed J. Wilsn was born In Tennessee Farmers Must Employ State Road Department concerningsome

t the following :resolution and moved Beside his wife he is survived persons. and moved with his family Only Better MethodsTo much needed work to be done -

its adoption ,uppn being ,secondedby by two daughters, Mrs. A. O. to Okeechobee in 1924 and had in this county. After his return' he
Commissioner Chapman and Glenn of Columbia, Tenn., and A person who is charged the sec- made his home here since. He tookan Maintain Profits received the following letters from

was unanimously adopted: Mrs. A. L. Hazelief of Miami; two ond time with violating the dry active part in church and. fraternal F. Elgin Bayless. Chairman of the-

t WHEREAS at a regular meeting sons Henry Lamar Walker, Jr., county liquor law is guilty of a work in the county beingan Economists and others who State Road Department: I
of the Board of County Commissioners and Thomas Walker both of Okee- felony If convicted. Attorney General active member of the First Bap- study the business side of farmingare

I held .in .May*,1947. the dw"bge; tvr .grandchildren: tw* J. Tom Watson has advised tist Church, local lodges of W. O. convinced that farmers must Sept 8, 1947" J
'Atiorney for said Doar'was instructed mothers g HWalker.* Jr., and' County,-judge Howard G. Wrings- W., I. O. O. K., and Masons.' use only: the befit methods they Dear Bill:. _-, i
L to apply to the Trusteesof Charlie Walker and one halt broth ton of Sebring. Besides his wife he 1is survived know if i hey ars lff>mantaij=a '' ht: ap ae:, .our.' Pro t:Eagtn*+ .. Jj
the Florida East Coast Railroad er, Woodrow Walker all of Okee- The beverage laws were amended by six sons, all living.' They are fair margin T>fspreCt in'the''yearsahead. Mr in lic i1I'f1' parks Io rall oust-" '"'-_ -" 'I 1

for the purchase of that portion chobe; five sisters, Mrs. Bessie Alderman in 1943 to make the local option Harry Wilson pastor of the Baptist .Efficiency in production has you during.iris next visit to South I I

y of raltroad right-of-way of said Mrs. Evelyn Brett Mrs.L. liquor laws a. part of the general church at Mount Zion Miss,' been increasing rapidly and must Florida. I have given him information

company extending from highway L. Conrad of Okeechobee. Mrs. beverage law. Thus if a person has Edgar Wilson, California J. D. continue to increase, the economists as to your desires to have a

crossing In the N. W. 1-. of Section J. C. Pearce of Venus and hire been convicted once since 1943 of Wilson, Tallahassee, Marvin Wilson say. park located at the foot of Parrot

3, Township 37 South. Range I I A. H. Evans of Miami, and one selling liquor in a dry county or Hollywood, Fla., and Granville The cost of operating the aver- Avenue. .
35 East in a northly direction to half sister, Mrs. Gilbert Culbrethof otherwise violating the local op and. Domer Wilson of Okee- age farm is nearly twice as high Mr. Horne will call on you at
the Opal Station. Okeechobee and many other tion law, the second time he Is ar- chobee. now as It was in 1941. Prices of his earliest convenience.

t AND WHEREAS the said Attorney relatives and friends throughoutthe rested for such an offense he shall Funeral services were conductedby services and, goods farmers must Sincerely
I made such application and county. be charged with a felony according Rev. C. II. Eiland pastor of the have are high and many of these F. ELGIN BAYLESS Chairman

was Informed that said purchase to the attorney general.. First 'Baptist Church, assisted by costs are still rising. Those goods September 8, 1947
Following the services at the
could probably be made It the church the Thus second offenders since 1943 the pastors of all of the other and services which depend. mostly In Re: Flashing Signals, Seaboard
body was carried to
Commissioners would abandon the are liable, If convicted to do a churches In town. upon the cost of labor are ex- Crossing.
Bassinger where it was laid to resin t
present county highway to Opal. the stretch in the state prison. Following the services at the pected to continue rising in pricefor Dear Bill:
Bassinger The
AND WHEREAS, the !proposalwas tive cemetery. ac church the body was laid to rest some months perhaps. Further with reference to our 1
bearers
pall were Paul Robbins -
submitted to the County Commissioners Walker Children who will be six years; In the Okeechobee cemetery with Farm wage rates arose faster conversation on last Saturday, I
Clayton Cecil Bass,
for approval or rejection Harry Frlsh. Robert Alderman, old on or before January 1, 1948, Masonic Honors. during the war years than did the wish to advise that our Federal Aid

but no record has been madeof and Johnnie Pearce. The honorary are entitled to be enrolled In the The funeral arrangements were prices of farm products. Onethirdmore Department states that the projects
this transaction in previous first grade of common school in in charge of Yates Funeral Home products or more are requiredto set up by the Seaboard Rail-
pall bearers were Morise ThomasR. "
minutes of the Board. M. Durrence, W. J. Rudd, W. J. September, Attorney General J. of Fort Pierce. pay for: an hour of hired labor war some two years ago gave the
NOW THEREFORE be it resolved Scott, and C. II. Parkerson. Tom Watson has ruled. now than in 1941. And wage rates order of priority for the Installation -

,that the Board of County Com Funeral arrangements were In Replying to an inquiry from MISS SARAH HOWELL TO are not apt to fall materially until of traffic signals and the one

missioners hereby agree to aban- I charge of Yates Funeral, Home of Colin English state school super- WED GEO. L. SWEATT there is considerable unemployment -i at Okeechobee was set up as No.
don the present county highway Fort Pierce.Co. intendent, the attorney general in the nation. I 18 on their list .
The Rev. and Mrs. W. R Howellof
extending from State Highway No. declared the 1947 legislature re And when considerable unem- These Installations are put in

15 to Opal provided purchase of Welfare Board, Relief peated without change the older Fort Meade Methodist Church ployment does develop prices of with Federal funds and there are

the right-of-way above described Allowance _._.__.____ 350.00 wording of the law when it enactedthe have announced the engagementand farm products drop faster and only funds available to take care
together with all trestles ran be N. O. Stewart Attend. Co. new common school law. On approaching marriage of their farther than the costs of operat- of the first fifteen of those listed

purchased for highway purposes: Com ....__u_.____... 5.00 the basis of old as well as new daughter Miss Sarah Howell, to ing a farm. The things farmer sell by the Seaboard, and therefore the
said Board also agrees that all Photostate Corp., Photostat law, both Attorney General Wat George L. Sweatt of Sebastian. Mr. will quite likely come down In one at Okeechobee will have to

county bridges now on said road Supplies ____.___... 89.88 son and his predecessor had ruled Sweatt Is the son of A. Sweatt of price before the things they buy. wait until further allocation of

to be abandoned shall remain in Fla. Power &: Light Co. that a child! must be five years and of Okeechobee.Miss The best way to be prepared to funds unless the people of' that

their present status provided however Elec. C. H. &: Jail 12.98 eight months old on the first day Howell, is a graduate of meet declining prices Is to produce area put on a concerted effort to
that the County shall not be Withholding Tax Fund of the month in which school Okeechobee High School where her efficiently and reduce costs. DarIng have the Railway move this cross

liable for any damages' !Involved by Taxes Withheld 13.40 opens this allowing registration father was pastor of the Methodist the war years fanners produced ing up on their priority list 00 thatIt

any pennon or their equipment us- 1I.&W. B. Drew Co. all those who are six years old on church for five years. She com- from one-fourth to one-third can be constructed with funds ,

ing said abandoned road after same Bal. on Acct. ___..__ 6.15 or before the following January 1. pleted two years of college and more with 10 percent, lese labor now available.
has been released by the County American Flag Co., One then taught In Okeechobee school than they had befre the war. In- With kind regards, I remain,

Commissioners.BE 8x12: ft. Flag ___ %%.68 Miss Mary Francis last year. creased mechanization and improved Sincerely
IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ROAD & BRIDGE FUND, Thomas Will Marry Mr. Sweatt a native of Moultry, efficiency were the answer. F. ELGIN BAYLESS, ChairmanMrs.
Ga, moved with his parentsto
a certified copy of this Resolution Payroll DIst 5, Labor 10040 Edgar Knight Jr. The trend toward higher production -
Okeechobee in early childhood. He
be forwarded to the Agent Payroll Disk 2, Labor 266.00 per worker Is likely to con- Barney Blum has returnedto
of the Trustees of Florida East Henry Sloan Fuel Dist 2 15.67 Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thomas announce was graduated from Okeechobee: tinue, and the outlook for the years her home here after spending a
Coast Railroad. Bennies Supply Co., Parts the High School and served three ahead is thought to be more optimistic week 1n the hospital at St. Aug-
engagement and
approaching years in the Navy in World WarII. "
Passed an dadopted this September ft Labor on Grader __ 13.1 marriage of their for the farmer who can keep ustine.
daughter Since his release from the Ser-
I, 1947. Payroll Dist 5. Labor 16.50 Miss Mary Francis to abreast of this trend.
Edgar vice he has been employed by the
Union
The following vouchers were approved Boree Lumber Co., Lumber Knight Jr. The wedding will take Whidden, son of Mr. and
Fla. Power and Light Co. and
and ordered paid: Dlst. 1 &: 3 h._____" i-.. 30.08 place September 27 at 7 CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Marion Whidden, was taken to
p. m.' at made his home in Sebastion. The
the Weems
Okeechobee Builders Supply Payroll Dist 3 ft 4 Labor._ 51.75 the Independent Baptist Church Hospital in Sebring
Mat. for Hangar ___. 169,28 Payroll Dist 4 Labor ____ 268.00 here. wedding will take place on September desire to express our deepest Tuesday night of last week where
20th at 4:00 P. M. In First appreciation to the of Okee- he underwent
people
Okeechobee Builders Sup. C. E. Smith, Lumber Dist 1 100.SO an operation for ap
Methodist Church of Fort Meadeof chobee for the many kindnesses pendicitis. He is doing and
Material for Hangar ___ 377.97 Leaton Morgan Labor Mrs. A. O. Glenn left nicety
Wednesday whIch the bride-elect's father is extended to 'us during our recent Is expected to return to his home
Co. Officers Payroll Sal- Dlst S _______ 11.00 afternoon to return to her home
at
i Salaries August h. _._. 1.02&60 Withholding Tax Fund Columbia, Tenn. after spendingthe pastor. bereavement In the death of Henry today. .

Bessie Alderman, T. Col. Taxes ,Withheld Aug. 4.70 first of the Walker.
week here having Mr. Reaves urged farmers who Miss
THE HENRY WALKER FAMILY Alma Joyce Trumble left
Comm. ______ 125.00
Payroll Dist 1, Labor 79.75 been called here
on account of the do not have family milk cows to Sunday for West Palm Beach
Robert'La Martin, T. Ass. Inter Co. Tel. ft Tel. Co. death of her
father Henry I* encourage and support their cons Farm tenancy has declined rapidly where she will enter school fO"'the
Comm. .r-_. _____ 125.00 (Continued on Page b) Walker. :
or daughters in such projects.
during the last five years. coming term.

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. ".I ; THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS. OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA

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i.-j Specialists Debunk SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

f Prison lifer Is

Food SuperstitionsFile

.f Aid to Medicine Scalloped (Charmer fc ?jVonwn




"-l Ii Convict Devises New Test I.: ): }1 1Pickles 1 File and Scientists Advise.Old Notions, c 2 ujicor e66 a4 s:; CLth11M


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t For Tuberculosis; Easy, CHICAGO.-Thanks to the debunking '

t I by scientists of age-old food (
More, Accurate. 4 superstitions, we now are digging j

J ,.. ....... fearlessly into mixtures of cucumbers r 1 \i \

I COLUMBUS: OHIO.-A fast man and milk or lobster and ice \ ) +s rzc se .
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with a buck or a bullet was Pat Relishes cream. We either choose or ignorefish '
i LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU 4 + /
McDermott 21-years ago. Don Mel- solely because we do or don't

t. 'Ictt crusading editor of Canton. Jams Satisfy Taste Boiled Smoked Pork Shoulder want it, not because of its effecton ea4
y Ohio; was killed by one of those fast our brainpower.Also .
? Meals Mustard Sauce Baked Potatoes
x Needs During
bu1le"ts, and McDermott was sentenced relegated to the fle-and-forget
: Pureed SquashTomatoColeslaw
to life in the Ohio peniten- Salad racket are these food fictions: Car-

i tizzy rots curl hair; spinach builds muscle -

F .. i' Pat has devised an easier, more F- Baked Pears Beverage with Honey (sorry. Popeye); onion soup i1315, s0 a i ., ,
rapid, more accurate means of lengthens' life; too much cheese, s sa
i ( checking sputum for tuberculosis} cream and butter produce deafness.It .

:' t : germs. He is the fellow who types, Scald and skin tomatoes, skin onions was a futile gesture for the ..

!: the blood of all new prisoners at 5's remove seeds from peppers. man who fed himself only black i : i> c i it

the penitentiary and who can find pare cucumbers h_...... .. ..... bread and coffee because he didn't + e i} t t ta tb
I the right blood for the right job at :N and discard their @ jf.f want ,to fatten his famished tape-

"' i the right minute. seeds if very ;:' Z / .::0:. worm. A tapeworm food specialists -

\ With his reputation still potent after large, pare and '= declare, really eats very little t

," all these years. Pat can make core apples. Run ; and causes no symptoms at all.

i prison incorrigibles walk the chalk vegetables and Most recent food prejudices
; i line for the prison doctor.
i apples througha come under scrutiny of departmentof
.t ; Not a Good Boy. ,
f ( food chopper. agriculture scientists are those
$ It wasn't always so. Pat's apparent Add sugar and concerning food kept in open cans. .) :4

S : J; regeneration wasn't rapid. cook until thick. .Add spices and Their verdict: "It is' just as safe 4 d N iM + v oJ
.5 : He 'escaped in a snowstorm in until .) ... \
I vinegar and continue cooking to keep food in the can it -
1929. He was recaptured five milesaway of the same consistency as chili comes in-if the food is kept cool .i) ... ,. =,

i half dead from. exposure. sauce. Pour, while boiling hot, into and covered-as it is to empty the \
:"" !i A year later Pat pitched rocks at hot sterile jars. Seal at once. food into another container." : .
t t. penitentiary guards during a fire t'
r "A few acid foods may dissolvea
!. which took the lives of 320 fellow P Pear Pickles. little to'
f.<:,. iron from the can the de-
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i prisoners. gallon pears
Jf partment release continues 'but 1 r, v
i Pat's a grayer, quieter person %;i 6 cups sugar his is not harmful nor dangerousto School Dress
: y ; now still serving life for murder, 2 cups water health. what
t; i : .. ,... Cans and foods are sterilized JUST you teen-agers wad
but apparently without the mental *'
r r 4 cups vinegar in the processing,' but the to spice your back-to-school
S attitude which kept him on the 2 pieces of ginger root
Late-ia-season are ideal dish into which the food might be wardrobe-a simple yet unusuafij
f: > ; wrong side of the legal tracks two grapes 2 sticks of cinnamon 36-52
i for use as conserves, jam-like emptied is far from sterile. In appealing frock with special aids
decades The
(c. ago. prison hospital product which gives a true lift 2 tablespoons whole allspice other words, it is likely to .have ont interest and the popular wide bell
; laboratory has seen to that. Afternoon Frock
1 tablespoon cloves
His is of rehabilitation to fall and winter menus. A true bacteria that cause food to spoiL"Concerning to make your waist doll size Try
a story seeming -
t the notion that freezing SOFTLY styled afternoon a bold striped fabric, used in
; which pins a medal on conserve contains raisins or nuts Select firm pears. Pare and leave ceo
dress for the
't 1 Ohio's penal system but the importaut or both, but they may be omitted. small ones whole. Halve or quarterthe will say spoil that freezing canned foods,change scientists woman with scallops slightly to edge larger the trast. .
; larger Boil for 20 min- may
-. thing to society-even above ones.
Even though most of us like simple utes in clear water. Boil water the appearance of some canned'oods front closing and brief sleeves. Pattern No. 1680 is designed for tfco
the change in McDermott-is his sugar
Pattern set in sleeve in 11. 12. 13. 1!. 10 .and 18.
; meals, well cooked and attractively but it cannot affect their provides a SIZe U abort
t : sputum test. vinegar and spices (tied in [abag short sleeves 3% yards of 39-ineh. -
t wholesomeness. or three-quarter length for
f. .; A report prepared for publication served, ) for 10 minutes. Add pears and fall Send your order to: _
there's an almost let Cook until ten- Additional advice from the ex- wear. [
stand
i in technical journals says McDer- overnight. .
[ universal hunger perts: Canned foods retain all their
I mott's method permits immediate 1 der.[ Pack pears into hot jars. Cook Pattern No. 1662 comes In sizes 36, 33. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEP?.'
!i use of sputum taken directly from for something syrup until thick and pour over values, including vitamins, to a 40, 42. 44. 16. 48. 50 and 52. Size 38. cap 530 Sooth WeDs St. Chicago 7, EL
A the patient and colors bacilli selectively tart or a bit of a pears. Process for 5 minutes in 'a higher degree than do fresh foods sleeve. 4 yards'of 39-inch fabric. ''pattern Enclose desired 25 cents la coins for esctt-
= sweet that we cooked in the average home; canned ?
t.
hot water bath.
so they can be seen and read-
I. foods need cooked Pattern Nn c',
+ fly' identified. look for in addi- not be because'the .

'S + ; Accepted Procedure. tion to the basic .- Peach Chutney. canning process throughly cooks FirstNewEnglandPumpkinPie Nam.Addres-

-. :. The method now is the accepted oods. 1 gallon peaches the contents, heating and seasoningto Wasn't a Pie at All! .

procedure at the prison hospital and This may take 2 onions taste are sufficient; rust on the

:. i r several Columbus hospitals are us- the form of a colorful 1 clove garlic outside of a can is no indication that When the early New Englandersmade

: ing the test experimentally. tomato relish a crisp green 1 seeded raisins the food inside is contaminated the the first pumpkin pie it just

;. S Because Pat has no background pickle, or a thick sweet Jam or con- cop contents being perfectly safe and wasn't a pie at all It was made

7 .1 of scientific education, the exact serve. These accompaniments are 5 cups vinegar nutritious unless the rust, has by slicing off the top of the pump _

f. : means which obtains the test's effectiveness often the finishing, "polished" Vi cup white mustard,seed pierced the metaL. kin scooping out the seeds filling i "',
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; is not yet known. The touches to a'meal that make the 2 tablespoons ground ginger Reassured by the scientists, now it with milk and spices and sweet-

E; solutions he prepares seem to dissolve difference between a success or a 1 pod hot red pepper # our only remaining fear about foodis ening the mixture. y

i I foreign matter on the test's failure in the food line. 1 cup brown sugar : Will we get enough? The pumpkin was then baked in

I slide, but doctors still are trying to Now that sugar is plentiful wean hot ashes in a brick oven, and the s te :
a' t find out just what does ha pen. indulge ourselves a bit in the Chop peeled peaches onions, garlic filling was eaten from the shell.
and raisins. Add % of the vin-
S Pat is 48 now. He will come up way of sweet fruit mixtures. Columnist Counts Leaves
,.- : '.., relishes don't require egar. Cook until soft. Add all other
for parole consideration within Pickles and other
: 'a
Of of
u : ingredients. Cook until thick Tree-354,563 Theme
few months as a result of a new law much sweetening, and there'senough
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: which lets the Ohio'pardon) and pay in the 'gardens and* on the diately.Pour into' hot jars and seal INDIANAPOLIS IND. Ed ISNAP'I CKACKLB AND POP! say.. j jP.S

',1 ; role commission commute sentences markets to make' our shelves both Sovola Indianapolis columnist

i! of first degree lifers to second degree -- bulge and sparkle with other good- The above chutney recipe may. climbed down out of a maple

;, after 20 years making them l es. also be used with apples, pears b.r tree and announced that it had. S 0 CUSP" OUr/ eKRiSPIESSM4

eligible for paroles. Think of sandwiches and you im- plums. 354,563 leaves.

mediately remember how good Sovola, who nearly lost his life

: Committee Is Making Study pickles are with them. Then too recently trying out a ball point
pen under water in a diving suit
with In
them meats e
you can use >
Of the Resources of U. S, dressings and sauces. ; said he counted every leaf on the'

l WASHINGTON.- 19-man civilian tree.The
committee has launched a survey Bread and Butter Chips. F hA first branch he counted

': !< : of how far the United States 3 quarts sliced cucumbers Sovola said, had a total of 5,164

i; S. i S can go in helping the rest of the 3 onions sliced leaves, eight caterpillars, three

''. 1 1 S 1S world get back on its economic feet. 5W cups elder vinegar ants and three ladybugs.

:: i Named by President Truman to 3 cups brown sugar

check up on the American resources 1 pod.hot red pepper / !
f. r ,! available for export one of 1 teaspoon cinnamon War Surplus to Aid Europe; -

l' the group's first scheduled K teaspoon ginger
steps Tentative Blueprint Drawn Be sure you get America favorite rice cereal
was a meeting iwith Secretary of 2 tablespoons mustard seed the
one and only KeUogfi Rice Krispiest sJ
WASHINGTON.
The
turmeric
State MarshalL 1 teaspoon govern-
The committee is under chair K tablespoon celery seed ment studied plans to funnel millions
manship of Secretary of Commerce 1 piece horseradishSoak Make your butter go further by of dollars worth of war
i; Harriman. having: a luscious spread for the surplus tools, machinery and

f Its report expected in about two the cucumbers and onions bread or accompaniment to the' clothes into the reconstruction of)

: months will provide the framework (separately) for 5 to ,10 hours in meat course with relishes and oth- Europe. jriir

j- for Mr. Truman's recommendations brine, made by er goodies made now while prod- Tentative blueprints of the program -

; to congress on what this country dissolving H cup' ace is still available. already have been drawn.

should provide under Marshall's t salt in tt gallonof They could be put into effect

i general proposal to help those coun- cool water. Grape Conserve. promptly once the Marshall plan -I
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i tires which help themselves. Drain well. Add 2 quarts stemmed grapes takes shape. -

It also is expected to set a ceiling onions, 2% cups 6 cups sugar War Assets Administrator Little-

i. on how far the United States can go vinegar and 2% 1 cup nut meats John disclosed the plan. He said he

i toward meeting the statements of cups of water to % teaspoon salt had been working on it for three
.
:; need now being drafted by 16 Western .i 4 the cucumbers. months with the war and state de-
f European nations under the _' Simmer about IS For the Concord type grapes, partments.

f Marshall plan. minutes. Do nol press to remove pulps from skins. Littlejohn emphasized the program

i cook until soft. Drain;; discard Run skins through the food chopper is tentative, dependent on-

( ," U. S. Betters 'Dream liquid in which scalded.Make syrup then boil for 20 minutes in just among other things--congressional
Goal'
by boiling the sugar and spices with enough water to prevent sticking. appropriations for U. S. expend.
; r Of 60 Million Civilian Jobs 3 cups of vinegar and 1 cup water Cook pulps down in their own juice tures in Europe.

,f WASHINGTON for 5 minutes. Pack well drained until soft. Rub through colander
f 5 The one-time cucumbers and onions in hot jars. to remove seeds. Combine skins .
Pretzels
"dream goal" of) 60 million civilian Get New Twist; lili
jobs has been attained Cover with boiling syrup and seal and pulps with sugar and boil rapidly COAL
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tered-for the first time in history. at once. until thick. Add nuts and salt Available in 17 Letters HEATER

This next is variation Pour boiling hot into stern
t A census bureau report show a chili jars PHILADELPHIA.-There's a new
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: \ that the number of civilians with sauce that has seasonings you'nlike. and seal at once. twist to pretzels the bakers pro "AM.5z u.s.AltO CAN.PAT,m.

5 5 jobs rose to a record high of 60,- It has the same thicknessas claimed. > Amazing, patented"loser
Plum Conserve. .
055,000 in June surpassing even the chili sauce when you have finished Alphabet shapes National Pretzel coastrr S war cooking It.Pquvlan. 2 quarts seeded plums Bakers institute > Start 4
years. said are the next a fin but once a t
year t
.1 or Combining that 1 lemon step in evolution of the'
number with Sauce. tasty tidbit Heats at day
1.393,000 in the armed forces, i t H teaspoon salt that began as an oval with a sort tJIoat and d nigh
refaeWg...
%I,ripe tomatoes hopes m
i puts the total number of Americans 1 large stick cinnamon of "y" inside and more recently has several days os closed
daft
3 large onions
working for "pay or profit, at 61,- 6 cops sugar been marketed also as slim straIght Bums
: i 3 IDJ load
453.000. green peppers sticks. of co.aI. cob
,- 1 cup raisins or brigaetz
1-
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pod
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Unemployment also pepper Norval .
rose 600.00 1 cap nut meats Postweiler president of
_: L to 2.555.000. This was ascribed to an large encumbers the institute, admitted, with some Seml-aatamatic IIa ziDe'feed. 5 "

: r f inrush of students to the ranks c If 4 3 tart apples brown Use firm-fleshed plums. Cook until embarrassment, that only 17 letters > Low .in cost...Wg bel swiagTb ,. 5 5
job-holders or job-seekers cups sugar soft.with and are available
1 in the pulp grated lemon now. > home !
1 clove garlic WASH
i summer school recess. rind, salt and cinnamon. Add sugar "We're experimenting and hope to 1l0UUIc. eve,7Mwe
regardless
1
tablespoon salt as of
and raisins. Cook until thi ck. have all 28 in production soon" he eo a,,eeel a.. wuther.

Life Raft Test Is Success; 1 1 tablespoon ground allspice Remove cinnamon and add nuts. added "some of them are pretty
tablespoon mustard
seed Pour boiling hot into hob jars and difficult make or keep intact. Start
S Nine of Craft 1 teaspoon cinnamon a Fire But
Cross Lak seal immediately Once a Year aNsu.=.a

?' LUDINGTON MICR The army 3 cups vinegar I Beleaced by Western Newspaper Union. Distressed Plane Guided to you U want you want bealthfni modem clean heat for your home It IM"CMI .
.5 marked -up"al a success its firs 1ow-east .
get a WARM MORNING beat .. then
mass life-raft crossing of Lak LYNN SAYS: Landing by Woman's nalPrrI'SBURGH. million in use. that Heater; More than a
When'you're serving melon makeit bespeaks
MichIgan. its
A WARM beaming merits
Use Ingenuity ford woman flier MORNING
r the best you've ever tasted with Heaters
The are sold '
18-hour. 65-mile who
a voyage wa recognized aa aircraft in distress Furniture Hardware by Ieadins-
completed despite rough winds an Breakfasts a light sprinkling of mixed and and knew what to do about it Coal Menhanta throughout) Applianee.the Ltmiber ana
;- high seas. When apples are in season duringthe powdered spices commandeered her three brothers Nation.

,;, Mine of 11 motor-driven rubberrafts fall and winter serve the famQ; Do you like a sweet, southern type; and waved towels and shirts to SPECIAL OFFER-Sma Homes

': that started from Sheboygan pple-splce pancakes. Add 1 cup pancake? Fold in 2 tablespoons (If guide a ,tog-botmd plane to PLAN BOOK ;

,'! Wis., made:port 'here. chopped apples to your pancake batter brown sugar with % cup chopped 1audmg. a ) "'"

The fleet, made, the run.in, a test and serve them dusted with a pecan meats to.. the batter before The plane- somersaulted as It hit
of 'army survival and radio gear mixture of H cup of sugar and 2 baking. the ground, but the '.
occupants. Roj _MBt.
t Y'x* motors. tablespoons of cinnamon Use your leftover rice in pancake Confer, 35, ,the pflot. and William;

Two of the craft turned back a One cop of minced ham cooked batter. Fold to tt cup of rice I to Loker. 38,.were uninjured. _

,. few miles> out ,of Sheboygan, one pork sausage meat or roast bee batter with % cup of grated cheese :Theresa James 35, a former {:;.-

}. because "of aleaky valve' and one also may be folded into pancake before baking if you want to serve army 'transport command( pilot ,
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iiieeci1ti; ; ;; are Thus even though the purchasing mum of dislocations.In ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSThe was immediately followed by a ban oIIIIIII1IIIIJI .,::.!ICLASSIFIED

-ti E I power of the dollar has the Middle West there has on film exports England r-y the
I' : r British experiment in socialism
declined by about a third, the eve -- been a very substantial increase in American producers regardedas RNRN. *.
is of unusual interest to
i Published Friday by th erage citizen has more money to the ue of oil for heating, and de-
i Okeeehobee News Co., at Okee<<>hob e. had-and his the American people. First of all, having been motivated more by ." .
he mand 'MNIIWIANI'dWNn1 i .nai spend than ever was aggravated by the ex- / m.lri1If .
: Okeeehobee County. Florida we naturally feel a much closer i .1-:
than by economics. Amer-
t pay has reached a new high. tremely cold and Ions winter sea- ideology FOR BEAR wheel
} kinship with England than with alignment *aabalance
I BRYANT BOWDEN . .....Editoi r This Isn't the sole jreason for son followed by an abnormallycold ican films are in high favor in C. Elton
other country except Canada Weaver, Se,
any
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high prices by any means spring. The railroads are using The bond of a common languageand England, and attract about 70 per j bring, :Florida.

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES is one of the Important factors. four times as many diesel locomotives common institutions is a cent*of the total movie attendance.A .;1

One Year in advance ..... ..S3.(00(I The payrolls of manufacturing Industry asIn 1941. There are strong oneySo is the fact that we strong case can be made for pre- MAN WANTED For Rawleigt ":,

Six Months In advance ....... 1-5C(I have gone up tremendously. more cars on the road and their venting the further export of Eng- business. No experience :-
._.... 1JC(I of farm labor. And, gasoline have been allies In two great wars, or capW :
Three Months in advance :So has the cost average consumption is land's dwindling dollar for
supply tal necessary. Sales to ..
and millions of Americans have easy make );
'i finally, the retailer from whom higher. What this all adds
I to "
up entertainment. But the Labor
visited and liked England in either gov- and profits large. Start immedf. _' s
-;: Entered as second class matter Jul, you buy your food and your clothes is that demand for oil has strained a military or a civilian capacity ernment, instead jt slapping on a ately. Write Rawleigh's Dept,);"

.. : 1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee and everything else has to pay his the Industry's facilities to the England's trials and tribulations prohibitive tax, could have simply FAM79-190. Memphis, Tenn.
1 ebobee, Florida, under Act of March help more along with higher very limit. blocked the profits in England. -
under the Labor
i 1 8. 1879. rents higher taxes, hiher every- government,
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Sanitation and
Then American producers could mineral ; .
mixture -
i thing. The problem will be solved as therefore, are continuing to oc-
have spent the money in England, pay dividends In hog production '
rapidly a top spot in the American
t FORM Of MONOPOLY Under these conditions, we can as new refineries, pipelines cupy \
ONE etc. be and they have been the subject aa many of them hare said they
further can built. That, in press -
reduce price* or prevent
I ; > Sometimes one of the 1IooUit, obnoxious Improved turn will depend upon the pro- of millions of words of report- were willing to do. life's London With feed supplies short tad
increases only by
: forma of monopoly and one major correspondent explains the tax by I feed price high. It U more its .
t production methods, which industry duction of the essential materials, Ing and interpretation. And of late, 1
t the least recognized can be found saying that Sir Stafford Cripps,
(> is constantly seeking and by many of which are in short supply many of the Interpreters have
F In the single-store cross-roads now. In the come to the somber conclusion that its instigator, "Feels that U. S. .
increased. output on the part of meantime the oil
community. Retail stores fortunate industry Is producing British socialism, just like European films create a longing in British >
factors every possi-
labor. Those two were responsible :
j \ enough to her the sole merchandising for the immense efficiency ble gallon of fuel, is bringing in socialism, is putting ideology hearts for the fancy plumbing and : 2tJ'rats
in their areas should conveniences and the
outlets shiny
from ahead of everything else. new
achieved by mass: productionin supplies other regions and is
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lean over backward to gadgets and luxuries'with which
the past. They gave us the high- dividing it fairly among its customers Henry Hazlitt recently touchedon
j 3 responsibility! to the townfolk depending Hollywood crams its sets. He would
est standard of living on earth, Nothing is being overlooked this in one of his Newsweek
of "
upon them. The bulk like to dull this appetite If this
i and a dollar whose buying power that can in any way help to alleviate columns when he wrote: "Fana-
i i retail distributors in this position view is correct, England has ban
.' was relatively stable. And they are the shortage. tics have been defined by Santa-
i : do Just that. But there Is a short ned American films because itdoesn't
in direct opposition to the present yana as people who redouble their
, I I sighted minority among merchandisers MEDICINE UNDER THE NAZISIn want the British: people to J\
day philosophy of more pay fo'rless efforts after they have forgotten r
1 as in all fields of human see visualizations of comfort and
work. their aim. So the heads of the La-
{ activity. From such a minority out- his revealing book, 'The Last luxury. The attitude of mind be-
J Industry wants lower prices, in bor government are forgettingtheir
Days of Hitler II. R.
-a: epoken proponents of legislative Trevor-Rop hind that is uncomfortably closeto
order to maintain the mass mar- ideals of liberty, forgettingeven
r. ; t restrictions of one kind or another er, a British intelligence officer the mentality of the high Soviet
ket by which it lives. Retail business the material purpose of their
i on the free market and free competition who was detailed to study the officials.
wants lower prices for pre- final plan, and drive grimly ahead witha
cataclysmic collapse of Hit-
f often appear, particularly
cisely the same reason. It has voluntarily ler's plan that has become an *end in :Many a study has been madeas
t r if possible competition has shown regime, observes that the I
absorbed increased itself. Meanwhile their planned to what the rank TIL
i. over- and file of the
j
po. up on the horizon. quality of medical practice in Ger-
bead in an effort to avoid passingIt economy is running out of coal, British people now living underan :
'. ; i Take the case of one of these many deteriorated enormously un- II
f on to the ultimate consumer. But running out of food running out austerity regime much more
i
single-store situations. The proprietor der the Nazi dictatorship. Charlatans -
; the point has been reached and '>f dollars. And perhaps most seri- severe than that in effect duringeven
: opened his store many quacks and incompetentswere '
r b f passed where this can continue to ous of all, it Is running out of ali- the darkest days of the war,
i years ago. In all that time he did given positions of the highest
be (]\\ne. The goods you buy, in bis." feel about aU} this. It has been
r- i ; not make an Imporvement in the importance, Doctors and scientistsof
the vast majority of instances are This point of view is not con- found that there is much dissatisfaction .
f : !! physical appearance of the estab- the type who once made German \
:' t I lishnu'nt. The showcase with the sold at the lowest price possible under medicine famous throughout the fined to the United States nor and the grumbling has -

ii.f: 1 1 broken pane of glass is still in use. today's economic conditions. world were relegated to obscurity. even to Mr. C urchill'.? conserva- naturally increased as food a,d y.t:1ikVPOho'

The vegetable rack is still an I improvised tive opppsition in England. Someof other rations have been reduced. a: CAR .

:. j' affair half filled with rotten NEW DISASTER RECORDS This was an extreme case. Butit the Labor officials have engagedin Yet there doesn't seem any strong

: i l' vegetables. Merchandise is This nation has set many new has been true to some degree, sharp differences with Mr. At- feeling that a change: in govern-

records-but all of them of socialized or governmentdominated tlee, the ment would, be of fl.
f : t shelved or piled In a manner that are not on grounds that his pro- i benefit. The

t. I i defies self service. The meat def desirable. At the present time it medicine wherever it has ram is unworkable. This led to a Labor government has won a number .

J ; partment is an antiquated cabinet. seems to be busy setting new rec- existed. It is one inevitable devel- near crisis in the Cabinet a short of by-elections, since the last VefiVey -'!

j i ? No apparent effort is made to keep ords in fire loss, and the destruc- opment when the politicians, the time ago but Mr. Attlee was sufficiently general election, by comfortable

f I: prices in reasonable relationship tion of life and property on almost Bureaucrat or the dictator assumes strong to ride out the majorities. The mass of English Here's a real time sari

t i with those of the nearest shopping a wartime scale.In power over science. The road to storm. Even so, there is still some voters are apparently convincedthat : er. Whenever your car -

I ', center. June for example, fire loss advancement lies through political unrest in high Labor circles which Labor should be given every ; needs a lubrication 3='

totaled more than $50,000,000 and political favor rather than through make its chance to make of it.
-' ; These things continue in evidence may appearance again. a go This oil change tire or battery -=
f' In spite of undreamed of increases in July, it was almost as much. work, achievement and ability. Re- The growing strength of com feeling, it is said, is in part the '

i in business (resulting from Loses for the 12-months period search and arduous experimentation munism in England has been a result of a fairly general beief that service lust give us a call.

,3 i expanding local activity. ending July 31 were estimated at are discouraged-much quicker cause of worry. This does not the Conservatives! despite Mr We'll come over for your :? tr

Under such circumstances no nearly $642,000,000. If the rate of rewards are offered to those! mean that the communist party itself Churchill's forensic brilliance, car do the fob and

::: z great imagination is needed to pic increase continues, waste by fire who please their political bosses. is of substantial size-it has haven't offered anything sufficiently bring It back to you!

I ; ture the eventual entrance of a will reach 51,000,000,000 a year in And the real losers, of course, are only two members in Commons, specific to swing the popu-

modern, e efficient retail store. It 1950. the people, who are given inferior and it is a sorry also-ran in most lar sentiment. _

i, i; may possibly i ,be a chain store. Perhaps those! figures, to a pea treatment when they become !ill. elections. But some avowed com- In JI
r conclusion. It should
be
:_ When that time comes the pres- ple accustomed. to talking in termsof These precedents I if nothingelse munists have risen to positions of pointed out that most observers of I
S ent will be billions, don't mean a great considerable influence
operator handicapped. and authority. -
should act to prevent the establishment England even those who ;
:< f Ills record Is not good and he will deal. Translate them in your mind, of political medicinein As an example, the leader of are most
opposed to socialism
think that
-x t have no one to blame put himself, into thousands of destroyed homes this country. Such measures as the coal miners is an old-time black L
as conditions
f are, she '
yet he will be bitter and can become -Jnt:> gutted factorIes-Into lost the Wagner-l\Iurray-DlngeU com- communist, and a faithful follower win out yet. This is based In largeprt may ,

I I r an enthusiastic booster for jobs and incomes-into dissipated pulsory public health bill may be of the party lines. Some writers on the study of British char-

: G' ": 'i 1h any kind of a law penalizing the savings-Into the utter waste of well Intended-but, regardless of have openly raised the question as acter-and on England's historical PAUL ROBBINS --* _::

;" ; : .j. t efficient merchant-and the con I essential and scarce materials and motive, they would make the prac- to where his final loyalty mightlie habit of losing all the battles
but
i sumer. commodities. Go a step farther and tice of medicine a political mat in the event of serious trouble the last. Distributor of '

i i ; This is an important problem translate them into thousands of ter. The bureaucrat would be set between the Soviet Union on the ATLANTIC WHITE FLASH end :'

r '! i which consumers and the distribution charred human bodies-America's above the doctor. The way to completely one hand and an AngloAmericanalliance Soil conservation ATLANTIC PETROLEUM ,
horrible contribution to the god of specialists say ,;
industry must be actively socialize medicine would be on the other. it takes PRODUCTS.

." : aware of at all times. Situations fire. wide open. And the standards of In many circles, the Labor government.s -to add one approximately inch of 100 years Phone 118 Okeeehobee Fla.MACEL'S .
of this character Do that-and then ask yourselfone topsoil to the
s i multiplied many- American medicine, which are now recent 'action in levying land.

; fold have resulted in special chain simple question: "Is fire pre- the highest in the world, would a 75 per cent: net profits tax on

1 i store tax measures and other laws vention worth the small amount of start downward. American movies-a step which

i ,; i deliberately aimed at undermining money and the little time and effort t-: . , ., ,
< modern mass distribution. Ex it requires!" Then, finally, acton '

1 ; ;: change. your answer, and make your '..in in : .--.
.
: "-I home and your place of business ; BEAUTY SALON

;. : LABOR LOOKS AT FREE safe.
-. '
f ENTERPRISEIn \ fI(I REDECORATED AND READY TO =_
editorial OIL IN THE MIDDLE WEST
a recent the newspaper i SERVE YOU.
,
j. >'Labor said: "If free enter- The oil situation has been tightest -' I i 6R-

i pri. fails In the United States in the :Middle West, due to a : IN ,

: and Canada its cone with the decline In local production of crude LOBBY SOUTHLAND. HOTEL

; r' ; wind'' This newspaper would not oil coupled with a very heavy rise y.h I

,f' ;I'r; j. like to see that Labor believes In in demand. Yet osa spokesman for 1 ANNIE LU MORROW. Mgr.

the American system. 'Free enterprise the Standard Oil
1 r;< : Company of Indiana a Phone 60-1 -
=_ i ,r has been guilty of many told a Senate Committee, R Okeechobee, Fla.

I 1 fi crime and Labor hasnt hesitated really! major shortages "have not +HTMr -.

=9 .:t:- to say so, but. after all, it's better been of long duration nor have

'1 : than any form of totalitarianism". they caused: any serious interruptions STERLING JEWELED;

I .' This Is a very mild statement of of industrial production, beating
'- 'f, the rase. Free labor has never of :
.. exIs homes, harvesting of crops,
ted except where total government or even of normal travel by the PH.IOIO 107 N 2ND. ST.: FT: PIERCE FLA \\

__ '' has been established, the motoring public." A plan for allo- \ MILITIIIl

i S- workers have been among the first cating available supplies among EXPERT WATCH RING & JEWELRY )'

to be enslaved. Their unions have dealers and customers has worked ; '

leen'destroyed. The right to strike,, equitably and has caused a minI- REPAIRS :..(..!
'to make demands for ST. PETERSBURG
t; higher wages I :Y FLORIDA;

and' better conditions, to organize,, ,..
and to change jobs, has been brutally I Florida's only Resident Military

abrogated. Labor does what It Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit mss


Ii z i Is The told.newspaper Labor states that ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS C Member

Southern Association of
x ; free enterprise has been guilty of Colleges -
and Secondary Schools
crimes. of ;_
many So course, has
organized labor. But in a democratic CONCRETE and
FOUNDATIONSFLOORS Association of Military Colleges --J:
society these crimes can be
and Schools. of the United States /
S correctedwithout .
destroying; our 5 ,f

j. economic' system or Infringing oil WALKS, DRIVES, ETC Highest Government Rating -

.the basic liberties of the people.

... The Crimea of dictatorship can be CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS k An Accredited

corrested only through revolutionand University Preparatory School I

war. Mixed and Poured Job SiteD.
The welfare of labor is inseparable on Limited Enrollment
r
from the welfare of industry -
+ Separate Junior tf
under the free enterprise sys a Department
n ;
: tem. Whatever the differences between -
; For
Information Address
1- .: them they should present a H. WALKER a.
f '; united! front against the ruinous ., 'V", Col. Walter B. Mendels, President -

) t '; .. doctrines of statism.: ,- P. O. BOX 1145 s, rr Florida Military Academy

St. Petersburg Florid
FORT PIERCE, FLA. -

-Y THE.. SATURATION POINT PHONE 211
Florida's '
1 S has-' 'year the per capita Income Leading Military, Academy

r : of Americans a new peak ___ E.tabH.Iied BOB 4.SCS .

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Sept 12,1947 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS
Friday, _ _
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1./; NOTICE IN NINTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COCKT CIBCCIT Of THE OF NOTICE TO APPEAR County Commissioners J. S. CARTER WAS LAID TO kind of progress that brought the

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEECHO THE STATE OF FLORIDA: REST AT BASSINGER ON United States from a wilderness to
, Section16 of'Chapter BEE \ IN CHANCERY TO: LOETTA HCTTO ROBINSON
_. accordance with COOTT. TUESDAY AUGUST 28
in world's
the foremost industrial
%31''''. Laws of Florida. Acta of GENERAL DELIVERY. ATLANTA. (Coal med from Page 1)
the Board of Public Instructionif CASE NO. 104* __ GA. -- power in much less than two centuries. -
Florida by Resolution -
Okeechobee adopted County August 4. 1947. has. B. W. ThOMAS You are hereby required to file your Judge ierk Office 15.60 J. S. Carter who passed away at .

, for the purpose of nominating andeteethig Plaintiff. written Okeechobee appearance Florida in on my or before office the In Cemetery :roll Labor 178.25 the Fort Pierce hospital Sunday,
. Board Member dl-
County The failure of socialism In Eng
, the County of Okeecbobee Into T"WILLJA ala sixth (6th> day of October. 1947. to H. &: W. B. Drew Co. August 26 following an automobile
TMed Member resident district )( S. BENNETT et he Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed land can be easily explained. The
County Board Defendant Sheriffs Office 31.23 and Fort
fire agaInst yon" by Marvin W. Robinson Supplies accident between here
I of which are
boundaries
: *. the policy of the labor government is
described a. follow.: SUIT TO QUIET TITLE iu Circuit In'Court. Okeechobee County Pro, Fenole Chemical Co., Supplies Pierce was laid to rest In the Bas-
Florida default whereof Decree
to rigidly restrict Individual
DISTRICT NO. 1 Beginning at ORDER TO APPEAR 'onfesso will be entered against you; Court House 25.00 singer cemetery on Tuesday, August economic -

" the Intersection of the Ea.t Boundary the Okeechobee News is hereby designated advancement, to destroy established -
c of State Highway No. 15 andthp THE STATE OF FLORIDA: as the news paper In which this City of Okeechobee, 28th at 2 P. M.

North boundary of State, Highway To \VUliain S. Bennett and his wife, Order shall be published once a week Water C. H. &: Jail 12.35 Mr.. Carter was born at Tampabut wealth and to make all
No. 70 and run South along whose address Ia 722 Prospect Avenue for four successive weeks. productive enterprise a function ot
Kant boundary of State HighwayNo. : Buffalo. N. Y.. Andrew Bennett and Witness my band and official veal Okeechobee Co. BaA, Assign. 23.25 moved with his family to Okee-
15 to the 17 foot water level his wife whose.. address Is 220 Main St. at Okeechobee. Florida. this the 3rd Gilbert Culbreth Parts & the state. All incentive has thus
of Lake Okwehobeer thence meandering Buffalo. N. Y.. M. W. Benjamin and his d5 v of September, A. D. 1947.MABET. : chobee County many years ago and been. lost. The morass of red tape
the 17 foot water level line wife. whose address is Penobscot BuildIn Labor on Lawn Mower 2.30 had made his home here since. He
In Southwesterly direction to the *. Detroit Michigan. J. J. Sexton and RAULERSON SHEFFIELD.Clerk created by the government has
a Is 24 Hamilton Bishop Office Equip. Co. is survived by his wife five boys
Kissimuiee Hirer; thenceIn a his wife whose address Circuit Court Okeecbobee individual initiative
made Impossible.
Northwesterly direction along theE Blvd. Kenmore N. Y.. John P. Becker: Connty. Florida Supplies Clerk &: Co. and seven daughters. Services were
it bank of the Klssimmee River and his wife whose address Is un By CONNIE W. EAULEBSON. b. ,C. Every undertaking must fall
to the North boundary of StateHighway known Edward J. Ryan and his wife (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Judge _...._. ._ 18.29 conducted by Rev. M. M. Martin
East along whose address Is 112 Delevon SU Buf within inelastic, unimaginative
thence
No. TO; K. E. Stello Ins. Tool
G. C. DURRANCE. on and
In
: of State Highway falo. N.Y. George E. Parker and JulJ. arrangements were chargeof
:... the North boundary for rules. And the result is that British
Attorney Plaintiff
No. 70. to the point of b.glnBlaf. Parker his wife whose address isBttaio keechobee: FU.NOTICE. House 52.40 I Yates Funeral Home of Fort
N Y.. Joseph H. Valsor and Industrial recovery has been dis
Payroll Dlst. 5 Labor 11.00
J his wife whose address Is 238 LondonSt. Pierce.
Beginning at
t DISTRICT NO. S .. Buffalo N. Y. Mabel Grant whose Payroll Dlst 1, Labor 23.20 rupted.
the Northeast corner of Section S4. address II 13: Colonial Are.. Forest TO APPEAR
Township 87 South. Bang 88 East Hills Long Island. N. Y.. Marshall N. 'I., M. Martin, Repairs to THE TRAGEDY OF ENGLAND Socialism the vitality of
and runs South on line dlTldlngMartin Hunt and Gertrude Hunt his wife THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Co. Truck 3.00 saps
and Okeechobee Counties whose address la C31 Blnham Ave.. TO: MILDRED STRICKLAND. Socialism is always advocated on peoples. It exalts mediocrity. It
the 17 foot water level of Lake Mien., and Palm Nix Service Sta. Co. Truck
to Okeechobee; thence meandering: the Saulte Ste. Marie West Palm GENERAL DELIVERY. JACKSOX- the grounds that it will divide the turns nations into poor-houses.
Reach Cadillac Company.
water level line In a Northwesterly of said \'ILLE. FLORIDA. Repairs __ _..._ 4.25 wealth the benefit
17 foot Iteaoh. Florida and If any per to of the under- That In essence, is the terrible
direction to the East sons be dead to their unknown spouses Standard Oil Co. Fuel
boundary of State Highway 15. heirs adTiaeea. legatees or grantees; You are hereby required to file yourwritten privileged. The truth is that socialism tragedy that has befallen England.Mr. .

which la also the East boundary of and to all persons having or claimingan appearance in my office inOkeechubee. Dist. 4 &: 1 _ 18.41 simply extends the poverty,
Parrot Avenue; thence' orth. along interest In the following described Florida on or before the FINE & FORFEITURE FUND
the East boundary aforesaid. to lauds situate lying and being in the Sixth Day of October A. D. 1947.\ to : and everyone, save for the ever-

the North boundary of State Highway County of Okeechobee State of Florida tile bill of complaint for divorce filed TT W. Conely, Jr. Docket growing bureaucracy that seems an and Mrs. Charles L. Rauler-
No20 thence East to the pointot against you by M. C. Strickland. In
to-wit: Fees ____: _______.__ 6.00
son and two daughters left
Circuit Court. Okeechobee part of socialist Sundayto
beginning.DISTRICT Lots 1, 2. 5. 6 T fs 11 12 15 16 17 18 County Inescapable gov-
at 19 20 21 22: 25 and :20 of Block 26. Con- "''lorida, la default whereof Decree Pro X. O. Stewart, Sheriffs
NO. S Beginning: as plat thereof recorded onfesso will be entered against you. ernments, Is ultimately the loser. return to their home in San-

tiers Highlands per The Fees .__. __ __ 6.00
of Section 1. Book 21 of the Okeechobee News la hereby deslg- u. -m '
the Northeast corner In Plat 1. Page This is a perfectly logical course. ford after spending the last of the
Township 33 South. Range S3 East Public Record of OLeecbobe County. nated as the news papr in which this V. O. Stewart Sheriff's
and runs South along range line. to Florida. order shall be published once a week Accumulated wealth, much as the week in Okeechobee visiting relatives -
the Southeast corner of Section SB. fur four consecutive weeks. Cost Bills .u'-.,_________ 164.49
33 .East and a Witness my band and official seal agitators may denounce it, is the
Township 35 South. Range ; Salt lots lying In comprising AGRICULTURAL FUNDC. and friends.
thence run East along Township part of S'; uf Section 9. Township 37 lit Okeecbobee Florida this the 3rd creator of Jobs and opportunitiesfor

line to the East boundary of State South, Range 33: East. day of September, A. D. 1947. R. Boyles, Co. Agent all. Invested savings built this f

Road f' o. 15. as now' located; GUKET1NG: MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD Sal. &: Exp. .__________ 150.00C. NOTICE '
theme In a Southerly direction Clerk country and its industries. Other .
along the East boundary of said B \\'. Thomas having flied his sworn I OKEECHOBEE of Circuit Court. R. Boyles. 4-H, Club
FLA. nations have
Road No. 15 to the Inersec- BUI of Complaint In this suit the nature COUNTY. raw materials and Notice Is hereby given that on _
State
By CONNIE W. RAULERSON. D. C. Trans. Exp. _________ 19.28
-
determine
non rf said Road with the North and purpose of which Is to CIRCUIT COURT SEAL natural resources comparable to '
boundary of State Highway 'No. 70. the title of the Plaintiff to the O. C. DURRANCE. ) VETERANS SERVICE FUNDC. and after this date I will not be
described to be ours. But only in this nation, un.
Intersection of Parrot loud berelnabove a
.. Is also
which
Avenue and North Park Street guud and sufficient absolute fee im- Okeechobee.Attorney For Florida Plaintiff. L. Box, Sal. Service der a system of government which responsible for any debts or obli'grtIona

in the City of Okeechobee: thencerun |,'<. title, to have all claims and Interests Officer ,-.________.. ._-.. 110.00 of Mrs. Minnie
West along the North boundary of the Defendants and each uf was founded on the idea of guaranteeing : my wife

of State Highway No. 70 to tt,*in. In and to said lands passed RACE TRACK, FUND the I RelchertI
NOTICE a man fruite of his initiative J
the Klmtlmmee River; thence North.weabrly u|>ou and determined to remote clouds Veterans Serv. Fund Trans. 140.00

along the East Bank of upon the l nt r-n'hat"t::: to said land, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thattht" and success, have those resources I Dated at Okeechobee, Fla., September
the Kisslmmee River to the Inter- to quiet and plaintiff'stitle 1940 GENERAL REFUNDING I
City Council of the City of Okeeehubee been given maximum development
-
section of the township line dividing thereto and in which Bill of Complaint I 5, 1947.
.Florida will In FUND
the Council
meet :
Plaintiff state that be believes -
the
Okeechobee! and OsceolA Counties Chamber at the City Hall at 8:00 Incentive: in other ,
; thence East along Township there are persons Interested In P. M, September 26 for Manufacturers Trust Co.
the HENRY REICHERT
line to the point of beginning. the land herein Involved and herein- 1947 purpose words, was responsible for the ,
above described, and having named of reviewing and equalizing the Coupons due June 1, 1947 5.00 --
DISTRICT NO.\ 4 Beginning at City Tax Assessment Roll for the year

/ the Northeast corner of Section 1. therein name to certain him. the persons said Plaintiff as known but by as of 1947. as prepared by the City Tax There being no further businessthe

Township 38 South. Range 36 East not known by him. the said Plaintiff Assessor. Board adjourned.
and runs South to the Southeast of said deador
whether any persona are
corner of Section 13, Township 37 alive, and as believed by him. the ANY and ALL PERSONS havingany MABEL RAULERSONSHEFFIELD

South. Range 36 East: thence West said Plaintiff. If living to be InterestedIn objections to the valuations placed Clerk.C. .
011 their property by the City Tax
Section line to the intersection
along said lands and If dead. to have been
of State Highway No. 15 and interested therein. A IIIIt'S or, as shown by the As- E. DnA WDY, Chairman.OTIE .
State Highway No. 70. which la also aessment Roll are hereby notified to

the Intersection of Parrot Avenue And having made all persons having file their objections with the Cllv !
and North Park Street In the City or claiming any interest In raid land. Clerk or to appear In person before TO CREDITORS!
the City Council at said meeting on the IN TilE COURT OF COUNTYJUDGE.
THIi
thence in Northerly
of Okeechobee: ; a defendant to the said Bill of
parties
direction, along the East boon.rw aforesaid date. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. &.:ool days mean homework for mothers as well as for their

_-._.., v.nt 'Q."._.... _Itlo-hwIIV..---.. No. IStO-- Complaint; FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. o' ,pring... .what with lunch tx xes to pack and after-school
the North Boundary of 'S1cl; 3.Township And having demanded from the Clerkof Z. K. WILLIAMS. I N RE: ESTATE OF AXEL ASPLUNDDECEASED. snacks! to fix. And this kind of homework requires a lot of .

36. South Range 35 East; Circuit Court of Okeechobee! County. President, City Council.ATTEST thought, too, if you want to \in honors (and help your chil- i
TO ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS
thence East along Township line Florid the of order requiring -
making an
: Lorena Pearce HAVI.NO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS dren do likewise). So let'sstal' concentrating on it right now!
of
to point beginning.DISTRICT such persons and parties to
City Clerk.
NO. S Beginning: at the appear to the said Bill of Complaintupon Okrechobee, Florida AGAINST SAID ESTATE: NEIGHBORHOOD MARVEL OF SCHOLARS AND DOLLARS
Northwest corner of Section G. a day not less than twentyeightn You and each of you are hereby no- I
Township 33 South Range 34 East, morethan sixty days from the titled and required to present any When! I'm fresh out of cake and For satisfying the big' appetite

and runs East to the Northeast date uf the making uf said order; NOTICE claims and demands which YOU of cookies and the youngsters come I that small fry develop in school, :'
corner of Section 1. Township 33 either of you. may have against the trooping j in from school, hungry '
foods
fithe A&P in class
ORDERED estate of Axel late are a
IT IS. THEREFORE. Asplund. deceased
South South, Range Range 35 line East to; thence the Northwest run. that eaih and every une of the Defendants NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that of Hennepin County. State of Minn to for something sweet and with a !". i>y themselves! It's a huge class, .
on and Dr. J. N. Thomas licensed veterinarian tilt>> of Okeechobee Coun young army at their heels, I take
of Section 6. Townsbp above named. tU-nljruated County Judge too... including hundreds of good 4 4a
corner ..
will be at the City Hall In the Cityof
34, >outb. Range 36 East thence specified are hereby required to ap- ty. Florida at his office In the courthouse loaf of A&P's :MARVEL ENRICHED things that promote good health
Okeechobee. Florida. Saturday September
herein to the Plaintiffs Bill of of said County at Okeecbobee. WHITE
raft East along Township Line. to ptar from
2.-00 o'clock P.M. kindergarten to college. Incidentally
13th 1947. at 1 -
herein filed the .rWI X. 'lorida, within eight calendar monthsrom
Complaint on
-- the Northeast.cornet, of Section 1.. \\\wtiitlIJl; BREAD (which
for the all if
purpose vaccinating you've started college
a
"'' TY-SECOND (22) Day of September.A. the time of the first publication -
30 Esst <
34 South. Range ;
Township
thenr run South along range line D. 1947 and that this order be published dogs an provided by the'! ordinances of of this v notice. Each claim or demand I always keep in fund for your "young hopful **-
said city. A fee of $1.50 will be the house because "
dividing Okeecbobee: and St. Lucia In The Okeechobee News anewepaper shall tx In writing and shall state the you can save plenty of money
Counties to the Southwest corner of general circulation published charged Is for the tar FINAL and DATE vaccination.This and. after place of residence and post office address j it's so full of the for it by marketing at your A&P :
in Okeechobee County. Florida of the (claimant and shall be vitamins and minerals
S3: South. -
of Section 30 Township such date all dogs not properly tagged where prices are low every day.
; Range SB East; thence West along once a week for four consecutive will be disposed of. iworn to by the (claimant his agent or children i
Township line to the Southwestcorner weeks. his attorney, and any Barb claim or need cut the slices into rounds
of Section SI Township 35 WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the LORENA PEARCE lemand not so filed sballbe, void. ) ; : OH WHAT A PICKLII
South Range 84 East; thence ran Seal of said Court. .this 20th day of CLARA ASPI.UND. and dip them into condensed milkand .
August A. D. 1947. City Clerk As administrator of the Estate of: then into shredded coconut. Finn, ripe cantaloupe that ends

North along range line to the AXEL ASPLUND. Deceased. I After browning these rounds lightup in a pickle makes a grand garnish ,

point of beginning. MABEL UAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk First publication September I%. 1947. ly in a moderate oven, 350 F., I I I Boil 3% Ihs. (pared and sectioned

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of Circuit Court. Okeechobee: NOTICE put them together in pairs with I ) in salted water till tender.
BOARD OP County Florida.
OKEKCHOBEB COUNTY, FLORIDA Notice' Is herebv given that the Board NOTICE preserves between. i Drain. Mix 2 cups sugar 1 cup
(Circuit Court Seal) tf County Commissioners of OkeeehoCounty Notice Is hereby given that application vinegar, % cup water and 1 tbsp. !.
By VAN E. LIGHTSEV. By CONNIE W. RAULERSON bee ,,Florida will receive ten was made on the 27th day of MAKE 1M BEAM WITH BEANS A&P's: ANN I
.
Deputy Clerk.T. August, Western Union
1947 by the vx /
Chairman.Attest ters for the purchase of the following If children think baked beans PAGE WHOLE
W. COXELY. Jit. Telegraph Company to the Federal your !
: Box COH. Okeecbobee. Fla. motor vehicle equipment: Communications Commission to close are "on the beam," they'll beam MIXED SPICES !
DURRANCE. Secretary. 2 1 1.2 2 ton trucks having dual
CARL, T. Attorney for Plaintiff. wheels 8x25 or tires. with hydraulic the telegraph office located the junction at the sight of sandwiches filled FOR PICKLING. 'i" f

(SEAL). hoist and fist dump body. Both trucks of State Highways No. 70 and 13: with cold ANN PAGE BEANS Boil about 5 min- %. i'' I

to have a wheel base of 137 Inches. ([no number) ID Okeechobee. Florida. from the A&P mixed with chopped I utes. Add drained $" '
It[ the application Is granted substituted -
or UfTENTION'TO NOTICBOXEICCJIOBElD Said tenders to be open In the Commissioners service will be available from celery, crisp diced bacon and a cantaloupe and -
NOTICE
BELL LAND COUNTY. FLORIDA the City of Room Okeechobee.In the Courthouse Florida at In 8:30 A. )L to 8 P. M. In Nix Cafe and little chopped pickle and salad 1 cook gently 5 to 10 minutes. Pael
HEREBY GIVEN oat. : Bus Station located at the Junction of dressing. in clean hot jars and seal at
NOTICE IS August 13. 1947. 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day of October, ; C once
Section 15 (I). Chapter number) In Okeechobee. Florida. Any
to
nnrsuant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1947. The Board reserves the right to
Actsof 1941. State Highways No. 70 and 13 (no
of Florida.
Laws
065S. Section It of Chapter reject and all bids.
pursuant to any
14717. Laws member of the public desiring to protest -
Chapter
Section 67.
and
: Acts of 193X
1828 Laws of Florida.
,
of Florida. Acts of 1931. *. amendedby or support the closing of this of- t
known as the MURPHY ACT. and In Signed. C. E. Drawdy, Chairman
of Ice communicate with the Federal
Section 11. Chapter 20008. may
of
ar.wu of 20658.: Law
Chapter
pursuance Board of County Commissioners.
and Communications Commission. Washing
Florida. Acts of ml. Florida. Acts of 1941. known utile
suant to Section 42. Chapter 2072& EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT ton. 25. D. C. on or before September
Laws of Florida. Acts of Wt> al ACT. the following described 23, 1947.

amended br Section 19. Chapter 22079.Laws and. land situated In Everglades! Drainage NOTICE:

Section of 44.Florida.Chapter Acts 20722.of IMS.Laws of District., will In be Okeechobea offered: for County sale at public Florida Notice Is hereby given that the Boardof Veterans CornerC.
Another
Florida Acts of 1941. as amended by of outcry for the highest and best cash County Commissioners of OkeeCho.! "There Goes
Section 21. Chapter 22079. Laws bid. subject to the right of the Trustees bee County Florida will receive tenders
Florida. Acts of 1943. tile followingS of the Internal Improvement for the purchase of the following
described lands In Okeechobee: County.WlArMa Fund and of th!! Board of CommlSsloneri equipment for the office of Tax As
tA.wtt- -! -of Everglades: Drainage Dlatriet I sensor: L. BOX VETERAN'S SERVICE
Lots 13: and 14. Blk. P, Okeeobebee.DeY. to reject any and all bids at the 1 fiat surface accountingwritingmachine OFFICER STATED THIS Greyhound Bus! '
Co. S-D. Courthouse. beginning at 10-00 I to be used in preparing County
'
Lot 2. Blk. %15. First Add. to City o'clock A. M. on the 15th day of Sep Tax Rolls. WEEK THAT

of Okeechobee. 1947. As to all parcels of landof Said ,
tetnber. tenders to be opened In the
Lota IS 1* and 18 to 20 Inc. Blk. title to one-hal Any veteran who served during
tep or
acres more Commissioners Room In the Courthouse "
80 City of Okeechobe for sal. at penile outcry of petroleum ,and three-toartba .f In the City of Okeecbobee. FlorIda World War 1 who has lapsed either that's Real'Local Service!
will be offered cash bid. other minerals will be reserved by at 10:00 a. m. on tbe 6th day of
for the highest and best Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement I October, 1947. The Board reserves the his term insurance' or converted
subject to th. right of the Fund. Easements for road right of
of Everglades Drain- right to reject any and all bids. insurance may apply for and
Commissioners way 200: feet wide wilt be reserved by

ar* District and/or of Okeechobee Board of County.CountyCommissioners said Trustees from any parcel throng Signed C. K. Drswdy Chairman, receive a new term policy or per- J
which there is an existing state road:
Florida to reject aivy and all bids. and easement for drainage and Board of County Commissioners. manent policy of his choice by
at Ihe Courthouse beginning at 10:00 reclamation and for road
o'clock A. M. on the 13th day of Sep. will be reserved by the Board purpose of $40,000 net worth, or his driver's passing a physical examinationand !

tember reclamation 1947.and Easement road purposes for damage will and be Commissioners of Everglades Drain license will be revoked. paying a minimum of one ....

'""""". age District.Deseriptien Florida motorist not possessing month's premium at the current

BOARD tiP' COMMISSIONERS Lot 5. Block 243. First Add. to City rate.
OF EVERGLADES of Okeechobee. liability Insurance and who cannot age

f AGE andBOARD DISTRICT Lots 8. 9 and 10 Blk. 60. City of show proof to necessary financial As with all government Insur- T

OF COUNTY::OKEECUO-- COMMISSIONERS : Okeechobee.TRUSTEES Or THE INTERNAL responsibility, can save future worry ance the maximum amount to be ;
OF
IMPROVEMENT FUND carried cannot exceed $10,000.
FLORIDA. by equipping themselves with
BEE!: COUNTY. OP THE STATE OF FLOR :

t By Clerk M b I of R.lr the Circuit o Sheffield Court fOkeechobee IDA. adequate Insurance.The However In the case of any vet-

Flori.... BOARD OP COMMISSIONER who has surrendered his policy -
County. eran
: or EVERGLADES DRAINAGE new law Is a public safety
.
as agent for said Boards.By DISTRICT for cash or paid up policy, can-
Connie W. Raulerson.Deputy measure, modeled after the American -
Dy Mabel K al.rs B Sheffield. Aft.
Cllrk for Trustees of the Internal Automobile Association Safety not obtain a new policy of any I

Improvement Fund and ..r;
for Board of Commissioners Responsibility Bill and is designedto type.Veterans

NoticeNOTICE of Everglades Drainage District. reduce the number of recklessand of World War II who
Okeechobe County,
HEREBY GIVEN Flor aNEW Irresponsible drivers from the have surrendered their terminal

IS leave bonds for payment on Na-
highways. Tampa Times.
Public Instruction -
that the Board of MOTOR LAWA tional Service Life Insurance
of Okeecnobee County Florida, may That's top-notch highway transportation service for ;

will .receive bids on or before Sep timely reminder to motorist Two friends met on the street request premiums paid In advance your.city.. the kind your community really deserves. -
month In which
current
the
tember 20 1947 on materials to comes from the Florida Motor Patrol One friend asked the other. "Wha beyond Greyhound's numerous, veil-timed schedules, with low
,
be refunded. AU
applied for restrictions
"
be used In the construction of a which calls attention to the have you been doing Oh, l'Te were lifted on bonds as cost fares is unequalled by any other form of transpor ; -.

Gymnasium.Said fact that the State's new motor been working In the Atomic Bomb Count for the best in service.. ,
of September 2, 1947. Any veteran tation. on Creybound ,
bids will be opened in the vehicle Safety Responsibility Acbecomes plant, said the second friend. t
who used his terminal leave bondto
Superintendent law October 1. But you didn't know what yon
office of the County i back premiums and make GREYHOUND BUS STATIONGREYHOUND
Saturday September 2&, Under the law, all accidents that ,were doing, did your* "No" vas pay 'tt
on his policy retroactive may secure a
1947, at ten o'clock.A.. M. Inquireat cause property damage of $50 or the answer. We thought we were his Remember that t
loan on policy.
Superintendent's office for de more or personal injury must be making the front ends of horsesto i

the right reported to the State Insurance be sent to Washington for as- you were granted 3 percent inter- 4i
tails. The Board reserves est on your leave bond when it 4j
Commissioner (State Treasurer.) sembly.
to all bids.
reject any or wa surrendered for payment of
'VAN E. LJGHTSEY, Within 30 days after the ace!.
If the bond Is with-
must FOR SALE-1 only 1M7- horsepower : premiums.
Chairman, Board of PublicInstruction dent the driver at fault
drawn you lose this Interest
show financial responsibility by a Mercury outboard motorin ,

Al conditin. < months old. $125 C. L. BOX cr F-d22..l12V.ssl3lacJ.s) 1'0 :;" .
Insurance
liability policy :
Durrance $10,000 I .
ATTEST: Carl T_ Veterans Service Officer c. fe,

County Superintendent surety bond or possess property of cash., Rarue Chandler. i








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Frozen, Realizing Profit i, WASHINGTON, D. C.-Some time ago the world was startled ARE large matronly hips,t '
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learn from Pravda the official communist stag
to party newspaper you from enjoying
North Carolina is leading the way I in Moscow,that it was a Russian who discovered "wire- and other slacks<

In taking care of a surplus N. C..turkey quick [ less" (as radio was called in its youth), and as if that weren't up with them any 1'F. .

crop. Near Burgaw being processedInto i enough, it was announced later:by the same authority that the I can literally melt away that,gab..*
frozen turkeys are
electric which Thomas Edison by flesh through exercise.. (
.steaks that bring excellent reI. i light, poor certainly thought he .
i had something to do with, was.likewise a Russian invention. I

If I ever read as some day I fear I shall that ice-cream sodas and kyjb legs straight that hands heQs.on:lour on bebmd the ', .

hot-dogs were first discovered on a pleasant afternoon by some mysterious 1. Pull knees 111) to & f'' I
i Muscovite he sat dreaming on his back lawfrom inches from &er.. rain -teet & :.'-
as steppes I shall
announce that
side
: to sue first touching I
: J. bortsch and vodka are American products and that the Volga boatmen right side then left Sixteen times fIoor aho.--_
I. 4c ,. of the gether. ,
"" .9 were simply a ,prodigal local _CIO maritime union. I .S
., Other figure faults
Meanwhile however i am re-!i I I ., ,5w. exercises given 10 our Ch also booklet be cmd by i

I minded by the department of agriculture viewed the Green Mountain boys ___, _m___._' ___ For the bust bins waist neck show No.? I
mat etc. Send 25c in coin for
one "Beuq.
,. when they came back from the War Health Through Simple &at-
thing which is as of 1812. HOW TO CELEBRATE A BIRTHDAY Triplets Maureen Michaeland Weekly Newspaper Service Exerciseste.243 wSnS'
American as Michele Yosco of Flushing, N. Y., got all dressed up to celebrate SC. New York 11, N. Y. Print same aGo
,.. America and The author has Joel say about' their first birthday. They also had three lovely cakes. Put them all dress with zone. booklet title and Na.so. I II
Justin afterward: "He was Justa
.j -u. oneyearoldsand I
which no for- together-clean clothes gooey cake and inquisitive I
little work
horse that cleared
eigner had bet- they spell washday for mother.
the fields and helped Vermont
First operation Is to trim turkey ter try to appro-
grow up. Come to think of it,
leaving almost uniform mass priate as a
he's like us. He's Americanthat's .
of equally divided white meat. home grown .
what he is, American." NEWS REVIEW
dark meat and gravy makin's. product is the I
Morgan horse. The Morgan horse helped other

.... ..hi states and territories grow up. too,
Justin MorganIs
immortalizedin for their equine brotherhood went Rioting Flares in India;
West
bronze and with the emigrating farmers,
him and more than one American soldier -
you can see

i today on -his. standing pedestal Morgan was as he proudly went into mounted battle. on Gen-a British Get Stern Rule I

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Baukbage before the mam eral Custer rode oft on a Morgan are-

? ; stable of the United States Morgan horse when he went out to fight the INDEPENDENCE: | CO-OP INQUIRY:
horse farm which covers about Indians a whole regiment of cav- Cars, trucks and tractors
4'. ( alry had Morgan mounts in the
Two Questions
1,000 acres of rolling, wooded coun- India Riots shouldn't smoke either
Civil .
try two miles north of Middlebury War.Breeding Although the public is not too,web ,
During the two days before fate- informed about it of the most
> Vt. ProgramIs one When car, truck
your or tractor _
ful India became a land of freemen
The original farm of 400 acres important and fiercely waged domestic engine starts to smoke and
Four pounds of turkey stew and Unter Way more than 200 died,in a bloody bum
battles is that
United
was presented to the post war oil, it's a of
20 pounds of turkey steaks left States department of agricul- Now "The Morgan horse breed- orgy of violence and rioting in the being fought between private busI- sure sign wasted
Sealed
and center secured from %4- ture BattelL. Colonel ers" Dr. McFee of the animal hus- huge northern province of Punjab. ness and cooperative enterprises. power. Power Pi stun$iagtwill
Joseph
by
end that
pound frozen turkey right. Battell had long been an ad- bandry division of the departmentof Lahore, the capital was the cen- Crux of the feud is the fact that waste, save oil,save -
gas, restore There is
.... ,. mirer and breeder of Morgan agriculture told me "have given ter of the disturbance but fierce cooperatives are tax-exempt, while Sealed Power power.Ring Set a
horses and bad founded the more attention to the traits desir- fighting also took place throughoutthe private business is not. From this specifically

American Morgan register. The able In a riding horse." (Forty de- west and east Punjab country- evolve two basic questions: engineered to do the best possible

'., farm was established in 1907. scendants of Justin became famousas side. Wide sections of Lahore were 1. What effect does tax-ex- job in,your engine,whatever the
: : ; trotters. Some of remember aflame. make model or cylinder wear
; The area was increased by an you emption have upon growth of
.: condition. See Sealed Power
:, additional gift of about 35 acres such names as Ethan Allen. Black This took place on the eve of In the cooperatives your .,...
by Colonel Battell in 1908 and Hawk and Dan Patch.) dia's independence day just before 2. Is exemption a factorof Franchise Dealer!

by purchase of about 550 acres At the Morgan farm today the Indian constituent assembly sat discrimination against pri- Send a postal for illustrated '.

",- ::f' from Middlebury College in usually about forty-five horsesare down to function as a free govern- vate business ,informative sew ? '-,
: 1917. The land underlain with under test. ing body. A house small business subcom- booklet 7 ways to taw
oil. It's free arid
limestone is well adapted to According to the official descrip. Cause of the rioting, incited as I mittee has begun an attempt to find save you lots of mon may
tion
the production of horses.In the breeding program there always, by terrorists was the bitter the answers with an investigationof e,. Sealed Power
calls for "the measurement of each I Corp. Dept. \Va,
the cooperative community en-
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the of foundation
selection disagreement arising out of the Mkh. ..
Muskegon
youngster at one of
year age at at Greenbelt Md. In the
Turkey steaks are individually breeding stock and In planning two partitioning of India into two separate terprise
years, and at three years. All
wrapped and sealed In cello subsequent matings emphasis was trained zones-one for Hindus the Greenbelt case business groups INDIVIDUALLY
are under saddle and in
phane. placed upon size and quality and other for Moslems. have charged that the governmenthas
harness and are put through con- aided the cooperative in keeping ENGINEERED
ability to perform the three gaits
In
trolled New Delhi the independenceday
performance and endurance
walk trot and canter. These points private business out of the development
ceremonial'
trials when about three years old. program began area.
; The data thus obtained form the with two minutes of silence for
) This hearing, as well as others on
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those who died in the fight for free-
permanent records of the individ-
the west coast, is being conductedby
;' uals. They are used also in studies dom which was finally achieved Rep. B. Walter Riehlman (Rep.,

of sire and dam inheritance and as through amicable negotiations. with Y.
i1 N. ) as acting chairman of the
the British
criteria for formulation the sta subcommittee.In .

tion's breeding program. For the view of the theory that taxes

.. ; tests of three-year olds the depart- IRON HAND: will remain high compared with I

i f ment's horse specialists have de- Britannia RuledIt the past, for least-50 years, according -
vised 70 COOL
specific trials to measure the'walking to, economists the tax- BUdS

"" and trotting gaits and the well may be true that "Britons exemption feature of co-ops' existence SCALDS''CHAIING
,
;.J. 'Mi. horses' endurance in harness and never never never shall be will grow Increasingly impor
:
A com-
7-.v ; under the saddle." slaves," as the anthem has it. but tant. Quickly GRAY apply soothi& with
forting
Weight Is placed'on the steak '""- \ Always versatile the Morgan in view of Prime Minister Clement its wholesome antisePtics6 **

package. Thawed out gradually to was as chipper when he went Attlee's new emergency action 'giv- RED SAUCERS: taro aiding medication.f ........else

', room temperature they are to the meeting house on Sunday ing the government stern powers like it-nothing so mfortingorpleasant

ready to fry to cook as desired. ; pulling the surrey with the over British industry and labor Soviets CuriousThose troubles. for 35C.externally Get a package**ased today.ASPIRING skto.

i. fringe on the top as it was many in the islands are now har- flying disks were fun while

turns every day of the year. The weekdays when it could drag a boring serious doubts about that. they lasted but by this time every-

method of processing the steaks is ..: log to the sawmill which often The emergency bill which Win- body has practically forgotten
demonstrated from photographs 1'C' took a team oURs big brothersto
I' _, ston ,Churchill charged invokedsuch them.
.
t, taken at Pender Cold Storage and : budge. And where buggiesare 'Well, almost
; restraints as the governmenthas everybody.
Freezer Locker cooperative where ; ;; ':; { f. J- still used you'll often find a never before imposed except in Latest report having to do with .
thousands of turkeys are being ., .
Morgan between the shafts. He
time of war has been passed by the aerial cbinaware Is that Soviet
made into fast selling steaks. Is used on the trail too, for his
Morgan brood mares with their both houses of parliament and now agents in the United States have Read the AdsAdvertisements
foals run in one of the pasturesof forte these days seems to be -for better or worse-is law of the been ordered to solve the mysteryof

Hand Cultivator Now the department of agriculture'sU. under the saddle. land. the disks. Presupposing the report MeanA
l The Morgan horses have found
";. S. Morgan horse farm. near Designed to bring Britain out of to be true it means at least,
t Self-Propelled Unit Middlebury Vt. homes far from the shadow of their her deadly economic slump the bill that the saucers were not of Russian -
native Green Mountains and today origin. Saving to You

- .; First discard the original steel continue to be emphasized. Also, the stock probably is increasingmore empowers the government to com- Soviet espionage agents here are
- mand labor and industry to do
t wheel for a 26-inch bicycle wheel every effort has been made to pre- rapidly in California than said to have been advised that the
If. (A) complete with tire. Then attach and anywhere in the East I regret to practically anything and everything -
serve adequate muscling depthof Kremlin believes
the
ifM is in the national interest flying saucers
: a V-pulley (B). Place heavy say that on my last trip to Vermont "
E body and to preserve and en- might have some connection with ?
washers (C), 8 inches in diameter hance desirable temperament. this summer, though mighty army experiments on methods of II. J..iI I

: over the hubs and align the holes The stocky stallion original of Mount Mansfield looked up at Lie Rallying cry of the British con knocking out enemy radar. -
heavens with servatives led by Churchill is ,
the post-mortem effigy was namedfor the same stern prom -.
its owner a singing schoolmaster that it did when I first panted. "dictatorship." i : NEURITISLUMBAGO5

S was foaled in 1793 and died in pack-laden to its top. the maple- Anthony Eden, for- I Tourist Trade J

1821. He (I mean the stallion not sugar tasted as good (though it cost mer foreign secretary

i the schoolmaster) had a romantic too much), the mist still held the got into, the fight by

.r career and he Is the progenitor of peak of Killingon as gently as ever \: 'j asking that parliament: Operating on the highly plausible

the breed which( as the departmentof in its graceful fingers. But I missedthe ''.. cut short a planned vacation theory that left-over land mines are

!' I agriculture says, is one of the quick tattoo of those small -.S'"" 1. so the members not only unhealthy for wandering

few breeds of horses developed in strong hooves on the hard highways ., 'v-: can be on hand to examine tourists but are also bad for business

the United States. Justin was a and the silhouette of an the measures which the French ministry of reconstruction '-- -fietti.a..._ _-$.-a SId ff iOr

\ .-- ""small active animal of great arched neck against the sky abovea the government will or- is working hard to -;cnm fII tILl 0ta 0al mEnU ssrstdt dim

f power and endurance with the reputation mountain pasture. Eden der."The clear all possible danger spots informer .lIm III CUI IOU Ins Si lUlU,t". ucnunut rr If o.yt0tmm
of being able to outwalk I'm glad that Uncle Sam is doing house cannot be fighting areas around "

Model of Hand Cultivator outrun and outpull any other horsein his part in the shadow of Justin's an absent spectator while the govern- France. While the French admit ---

Vermont and the neighboringstates. statue, to perpetuate the breed that ment does a split over the ever-wid- that erstwhile battle :zones might ..
in the washers with the pulley I ." is "just like us," as Joel said:- ening abyss said Eden also a attract heavy tourist trade they v ,

I holes through which tt-inch stove He had the power to transmit American. member of the Conservative party. are not taking any chances.
bolts
are placed. Yidira
these the -
The frame is fabricated of angle qualities says depart. ,
-,' ment to his three known sons and
Iron welded at the points of
c. \ with heavily coated mild steel contact the United States government is NO THUMB ON SCALES I checks
doing its share to perpetuate the
electrode. The motor is mounted
? characteristics for which his ilk is
: on the frame (D) and balanced two
,: ways to minimize weight on the known: "beauty easy keeping persjiratiM
Extend 1
soundness Prepackaging
tractor. The motor base is extended endurance '.and spirit to Meat
{' coupled with gentleness.
far
enough ahead to allow for
,' odor
: "' The first time I ever went to Ver-
: the attachment of a Jack shaft and mont I was attracted to these That old caricature of the butcher and not be compelled to wait her allow butchers to concentrate
: -. ; pulleys (E) which reduce unit speed. his thumb the scales turn in line. From the retail stand- on ,-
; plucky little horses. Later I learned resting on as their skilled trade instead of spend uffA
?!
i The unit is ready for operation with more about the Morgan horse. He he weighs out the meat soon will point, prepackaging cuts down store lug time serving customers THE SaH

e,: the attachment of belts (F). weighs less than 1.000 pounds. he is vanish completely from the Amer- overhead and increases turnover. Customer demand which admittedly 1 &ra
'- witli a f ace aeaais
not over 14 hands high: round-bar: ican scene if the trend toward pre Although so far, prepackaging takes peculiar turns at times Made sot1to 50551 iIsNo
cutuoll
;.. Bacteria Plant packaging fresh cut meats con- largely has been confined to retail tbJ.i
as Food relled with powerful chest and leg : can nevertheless be anticipated by harii ebemicaIsalts. init

K : = Increases Grain 'Yield' muscles a proud head and a stout tinues, at its present pace.. shops large chains are becomingmore analyzing customer buying. habits. Voa't harm ik orSlap'

;.- heart He has done a'lot to develop Approximately 100 stores across interested in streamlined merchandising For instance steaks and chops, 80ft'sad aeaiity. > "
7V. r;; The use of bacteria as food for the state of Vermont and his ad- the nation currently are operating plans. One has a meat would be cat in several thicknessesso S

.. 4; <";_-_ plants is the basis of a new preparation ventures have carried him far their meat departments on that basis seltserviceexperiment in operationin that virtually every ,customer gram #,..l1M&d8J'

;- ,: known as phosphorobacteria. afield.: In a flctionized but remarkably and their cash registers are recording about 10 Detroit stores', with the could pick Tip exactly the kind and difJermcef'J''

: Developed at Leningrad institute accurate story of "Justin I," ample proof that< attractively prepackaging done at a central dis- cut of 'meat he had in mind. ,.;:

gram of the preparation con Marguerite Henry tells how the boy cut meat wrapped in cellophane tribution' point. Experiments have almost wholly -<

5 Sup to 200 million specially Joel who "gentled" Justin as a and placed in display cases sells'Itself At least one local of the Amal- disproved the theory that loss of .

bacteria, which on reach- colt, later lost track of him and as efficiently as a butcher's gamated Meat Cutters and Butcher personal 'service in butcher shops

II transform complex orT finally found hiII again and how sales talk could. Workmen's union has vetoed the would result in a decline of sales;
containing phosphorus Joel in his cavalry'uniform with a With the popular cuts of meat in idea of pre-cutting fresh meats, but principally because

salts from 'which the sprig of evergreen in his helmet. weights most in demand placed in general opinion. among" other union packaged:meat displays attractively become aza'

S aw nourishment Tie sat proudly on his diminutive open-top refrigerated cases the locals is,that the"practice'would be effective'felling medium, 1n them

S-g ased crop yields. mount when President Monroe re housewife can shop at her'leisure a favorable one insofar, 'as it would selves. ___ .

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a growling

THE FICTION and rousing herself waddled oS indignantly wcm CLASSIFIED 1 I. ,
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co/vs/ ? She wasn't used to such .
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shabby treatment. '
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i Nosey had no time to worry over DEPARTMENT fl

THE PORK BANDIT this breach of friendship in Der- PAUL, MALLON

: By DEE RANDALL m e's indignant stamping off. In HELP A."TED-l\IEN-
::: fact she was back in a few moments MEN IN THEIR 4f. t. 6Ts. To represent
Republican Profits nationally known and advertised Bide.
-- rubbing her face against his Strategy Pays -
I-: '. Supply. Math, and Maintenance lines ta 2
pants leg as a reminder of her jobbers and dealers in this area. Commissions -

COLLINS, / s you know stores? The same chain an the gnawing,vitals She hadn't been fed THE Republicans brought themselves out of their first new oa a permanent original and steady repeat Income.business Pro insure

NOSEY Number One Egoist of time. If we could get to the bottom in two hours. session of congress in greater unity than any tected territory. background to producers.and ref.Give in application OuaUCcaUons. --

the day. Just as Napoleon once laid of that, we'd be getting some Nosey paid' no attention to her political party has achieved since long before the New Deal. write Bf'prese.&aUye.Th.mas Phillip P.O.Db&rilt.&e.Be* Ul. .. ::

claim to the title. But that was back place. pleading. He was waiting for the Defections generally drew only three of their senators. FacUry Tallahassee Fla. :

la the 17th or 18th century. And nobody Dermie's boredom with this conversation stranger who was to visit him. At This was accomplished by a peculiar inner system of "I Ic"
much about him precisely three the note nELPWANTEI>-WOMEN
bothers o'clock as organization.
was evident. She settled Normally steering committees are bossed by ___ .
any more..Except those who like to back on the comfortable pillow installed stated a tall shabbily dressed man one or two men. but the Republicans made theirs truly representative of H..se..rkel'-Compt. charge prtv.cooking home ; :
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dig and delve into musty old history In the drawer. But appeared. His dark hair was the party. For Instance in the house Speaker Martin was boss but he own working rm..couple Hb-ttme off.rwriI ejp.,age., *. <'
books. not be- sleeked neatly back but otherwisehe worked closely with Floor Leader Halleck (which is not unusual They Koltva. un E. 18ta Ii&.. Breekljm H. N.T.
fore looking at the empty plate before was hardly a picture, of sartorial both '
Napoleon had only an Empire to cooperated genuinely with a steering committee which made many -
her. '
Soon she
conquer. Nosey bad a newspaper was snoring elegance. decision to which both Martin and Halleck were opposed.Out ailSCELLANEOUSf "
Tillie peacefully. She knew the plate "Mr,. ,Collins You received my of this system of ROLL DEVELOPED-Oy.raa. Servtaf
office and an ever-loving as operating from the crass roots up la- AU
each negative. :
would be filled Gloss Prints \
later on. note? 2 High :
his territorial grounds. .. Nosey noticed the stranger'shand stead of from a top leadership down (as Mr. Roosevelt did), came sizes. 25c. Re- r1nts. 3c each.
f,; ,.-eec .. ............_- -_ ,- Runs.. Mast '
the FOX STUDIOS ,
dominant party characteristic of their first session.
It'* true it proved rather expensive .:
this ego-building business. But f Now this guiding committee-leadership had an operating system which KEYS DUPLICATED !5c J.
was kept 2 Keys Fitted to SI.00, Locks Repaired.W. .
DO matter the cost. ,Nosey is acclaimed 'jr3* completely under cover. They had a two-pronged base policy B. PERRY ,
as a self-made man. One of from the start. They strove (A) to keep down the amount of legislation S!:+' Broad SUed a...,- CeerytaAMAZINO ;

the,finest men. on the staff of. the 1ti'4 selecting only the bare essentials for beginning a new policy. era for the OFFER Famous REYNOLDS "
; country and (B) to get away from emergency and "must" legislation. BOMBSHELL> Two Color Ballpoint PEN. "
Daily Gazette. Writes both red and blue. Plus high grads
Their delay on the union reform bill was deliberate. Nothing was said Mechanical PENCIL, only S1.50 pp. ;.be- 1
Besides Tillie and the newspaper about this yardstick. They kept the Democrats from knowing their for lt.T.bt t ?Tremad. Va .al Makes Wonderful -

office, it must be revealed. Nosey mula. But they feel,rather good now about the way it worked out. with each Gifts order.Order Rasa N.wt to Include Cecelia onlv H.S1.50....
has still another love. She now lay B.K 41S. >!. W. Sad A Ue... Ita..... :

cozily in her private retreat. .'. the ? s- c H. I. PHILLIPS /

right hand drawer of Nosey's desk. -
* *.* *
There was a quiet purr as Nosey .
patted the soft dirty white fur on / Letter for Special Delivery Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

Dermie's neck. ....
Dermie was the '")Ir. Averell Harriman We can't imagine him as even * * * :)

This nickname for Hy Secretary of Commerce close to the type and the actor

podermic. A name Washington, D. C. we think would be a scream in

Week's fitting to the ,over- "Hy Dear Mr. llarriman-The pa- it would be Barry Fitzgerald I\r6 Known. .
{ .
sized cat because 4- pers say that the Committee of lie Is the only performer on Dogs ..

BestFiction you really had to Nineteen which is to look into this stage or screen who could touch .

stick .a needle in country's capacity to do all our for- Frank Fay. Why not by the 6IJ ,
her to make her eign lending and underwriting has way. Fay for the picture version -

started on the job in a big way and Too much as the author i.

stir.There was only The stranger's hand quivered nervously as Nosey motioned him that it will 'make a study unmatched intended eh? ':

one other thing that would rouse to a chair. in history.* Fine and --- f .-",

this reflexing feline. That was the dandy! Some such study to find It is our guess that Hollywood *
smell of boloney or liver even from I Nosey read and reread the un- quivered nervously as hi out where the bottom of the barrelis. will put the rabbit into the
signed note on his desk. "MaybeI'll beckoned him towards chair. Hi
a what's between play visually. And that were
the farthest corner of the ink-smat- it and the top,
be able to get a lead out of this took the paper the man handeihim.
., tered city room.Originally how big the bunghole should band John Bunny alive be would get
after all. he reflected. Some butcher .
whether multiple spigots are ad- the part
from the ,restaurant on has received a note saying his .
"rm of the
manager store 01 visable is certainly overdue bub.
the corner where she was expectedto store would be next. He was comingIn East 80th street. Received this nott And it will comfort most Americansto "So far as this airplane businessis

rid the place of mice and make to speak with the editor. The edi- early this morning. I left the platt feel for the first time in many concerned I have been in it 13 1frOIiGk1
herself generally useful she had tor had turned the whole businessover and years and lost $1t.ooo.OOO"How.ard *
hurried right down here .
ai years that "Stop look and listen' ....
found refuge in Nosey's comfort- to Nosey disgustedly. News soon as I could. Didn't have time to is replacing the slogan 'Shoot the Hughes.
able desk drawer. The clatter of seldom walked right Into a news- change my clothes." he looked works let the poorhouse come -._
dishes and hustle bustle of the paper office. Leads that came in by down apologetically. when it "Is that good?"
crowded restaurant had proved too mail might better have been called may. .
much for her sensitive nerves. "misleads." Usually some quack "Your store" will be next. This S 0 It seems to ui, reading about those ::
afternoon the note read. It was ; interlude in
partial
gay at an .mlls ", .
Nosey stopped his tender patting. seeking publicity. Bill Powell is reported the '"
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signed "The
Pork
: Bandit. the war contract routine, that there
This annoyed Dermie no end. Rais- Grim determination could be seen Hollywood choice to play Elwood thould have been "Mist $200 I C tz Eats well. acts
ing her head, which was more energy In the set of Nosey's features. The Nosey scanned the writing care Dowd In the movie of "Harvey." 1944." a .f weD U wen-on a basic diet of Oro- :(
fully. Nothing there to much oi Ribbon.These toasted ribbons :.
give Pup crisp, -
editor had faith In. him. He would
than she cared to use, she '-.;
"
a clue. "Have the ? give him every vitamin and
you seen police c
have to to the bottom of this PEARSONCongressional
perked a quizzical eye at him"Dermie get
DREW mineral dogs are known to need.Economical _
," Nosey spoke seriously thing. As number one egoist he felt "No sir, thought rd speak to you too One box supplies as :
certain he could. first. They seem to "be getting nowhere much food by dry weight as five 1-lb. '"'
If we could get a beat on this Pork j
fast. he laughed ruefully Junket for PeaceSEN. cans of dog food! Oro-Pup also comes
Bandit case, we'd :sure. have something AN INDIGNANT public was be- ." .'"
"There has been a note before each
NDermle's in Meal and In Pel-Ett For variety
coming boisterous in their vehe- .
crime, you know he reminded GLEN TAYLOR of Idaho, a former cowboy vaudeville crooner feed an threel
answer was an assent- ment denials of this Pork Bandit him. Nosey absent-mindedly pat- has come to win the respect of his senatorial colleagues will J

ing hiss."Seven. who slew and robbed at regular daily ted Dermie's neck. She stirred, take an unusual trip this summer. IDogsgoFor

butcher shops in seven Intervals. The editor had hinted at looked languidly at the visitor and While some senators will be junketing to Alaska or touring Europe. Tr I I

days," Nosey went on,- "that"3 a a bonus or something equally satisfying dozed off again. Taylor will ride horseback from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast. GR O-P iiP {

record for any criminal. He's financially to the guy who gota Nosey asked him a lot of ques- The senator from Idaho candidly admits that it Is a publicity 4 t 1 ,

plenty-,nervy,.,too 5 nt.them all JL lead on ,this story. It would sure tions and the visitor seemed anxious stunt but not for Taylor, for peace. Along the way Taylor plans RIBe2N -- '

notice ,beforehand. He's got the come In handy, Nosey dreamed. to supply all the details pos- to speak for the United Nations and world cooperation.At Y'i

cops in 'quandary.. Must be a Next month he and Tillie were get- ible. Tm flattered you have so the last session of congress he helped Introduce a bill to strengthenthe "YP ;
ghost bandit." Here he snickered ting married.A much confidence in us." Nosey told United Nations and help eliminate the veto power by which one nation ;.,:

scornfully the idea of a ghost glint of happiness filled his usu- him. "Will you pardon me a moment can hold up the peace efforts of the rest of the world. Taylor feels that _o..a___

ransacking a cash register and ally placid eyes. Sweet Tillie with while I get my notebook. the Middle West Is becoming isolationist is worried over the threat of 1

sticking a butcher knife in a man's her flaxen curls. And how she could want to jot down all the information war and wants to dramatize the problem of peace.

back. i cook! Nosey's mouth watered In anticipation you can give me." The Idaho senator planned to buy two horses In California and begin. AS MUCftJEUI

"What puzzles me." Nosey wenton of the daily meals like Now Nosey never bothered with his trek from the Golden Gate bridge. San Francisco. One horse will TWICEBaadndi IEItOIEJIt

with his one-sided conversation those he had already sampled at a notebook. Any old piece of copy follow behind on a trailer while he rides the other, alternating each day. I,

"is how he gets In and out with the TUlIe's little apartment. paper did for the hottest scoop. Taylor says he plans to ride horseback every Inch of the way. even Including natch lot el bnuMboM lOot .. to--ar TvMM otlMT w .
cash right under their eyes. And Dermie opened drowsy eyes and Outside the city room. Nosey western deserts and the Rocky mountains. He figures the trip satla.aar.dvertf.d brand.... s.d

why does he always pick on pork looked reflectively at the still empty headed for a telephone booth. He will take him three months. MOROLINENO

made a call picked up a notebook WINCHELL *
from a protesting stenographer and WALTER
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returned to his nervously waiting

t visitor.He Land of the Melting PotThis LONGER WAKES UP

il CROSSWORD PUZZLE I wrote down sentences scrupulously o TIMES A NIGHTas
making sure to dot every underlines America's reputa- Historians have said that the 3

"1" and cross every '"L" To anyone tion as a melting pot: We have 256 American Revolution was the she' fid for norths before swdtcbisgtoFoheytbeaewkidoeyaod'btaddarPi

looking on. it was evident Noseywas different religious denominations. achievement of an "aggressive ( I

stalling for time. A democratic form of govern- minority." The colonies consisted of TIU rfca d doctor.report b typical ol qofefcw.toaclaMiac .
.. ...... benefit from to Fate'
..! &! V Nest gntchms
Horizontal It was only a matter of a few ment in America had its origin in men and women who came from (tti new Cdoer-bUddcr) Pill*. Brokta sI.es

1 2 4 7 8 9 10 }3 minutes before the two husky cops Virginia under Governor Yeardleytwo Ireland. England Scotland. France. )from r.a wdd.r sight am u,..,..,BOW..,...known.,sot to tb.coma bdam.y B o. T.Ur
11,760 yards arrived. A pair of handcuffs wert years before the Pilgrims land Germany Holland Switzerland totter protect your emu,awrteh from kdaeystimulafo.ly -
5 To encourage clinched on the now sputtering visitor ed at Plymouth. Polish, Ger- Sweden Poland and Italy. And ev- gills V.. Foley Pulls faetd t.4: i .
9 To t U U bar. pmbv..d.ti.rhk..mhos
put on
who demanded to know the man and Irish workers began to ery religion also was represented =.M.dda.rimti.a..Nothiatot..Lk.thso a
12 Persian poet battle their in Virginia the soldiers who formed .t. Ualellr.OG; find them Jar sanr..w-
Girl's name meaning of this. oppressors among UcUptrTDOUBLK Y OUR MONEY BACK.
14 To obtain t5 t6 1? 18 19 "Here, boys" Nosey addressedthe long before the Revolutionary war Washington's army. t

laboriously cops, "is your Pork Bandit" He exploded. During nine of the ,. ,
Sacred word 2Q' U. 12 23 14 25 Z6 kind of sneered over the name as last ten years America's annual immigration t
16 Large cross quota was not filled. AMERICA IS A NATION compost
only a real egoist could do. mi" ril; And when .
18 To seize of #s. compartdtritb .. .
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20 Molten lava22Thalland 2 28 1" The man suddenly stopped bat say the Indiansare tbf rest of the worbTt popish AX%
tling. "How did you know?" he a vanishing race are spreading ties-Ameriast at s vfbol alto art

24 Isinglass 32 4 35 36 asked. a myth. Their populationhas minority. Bigot who blatn all

27 To engrave ."Well you see" Nosey drawled doubled daring tire past dec our troubles on fortigntrt should bt

29 Twofold 17 J8I47 39 40S4 his five feet four swaying magnificently ade. Many American Indian reminded that only 10 per tent ofAtnericJt
31 population is foreign-bom.
High
craggy
"you said you Just came reservations have modern
And America'tmatt
hill we must not forget
32 Capital of 41 42 4) 44 from your pork store. When Der- homes. They look like any oth- beloved immigrant,Statue of
New Caledonia rule woke up and just went right er small town. Liberty

(var.) 4r 46 48 49 back to sleep again. I knew that *

34 Edge of a hill I was a lie. If you had really com SHEADCost tyet
36 Symbol for from there she would have been WALTER _
52' 53
; nickel $1. over there sniffing your pants and CALOX

Irrigation licking your leg. maybe even chew- of living SpiralsIN change to
59
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ditch ss S6 $I !
Ing a piece out of it. It's past hex a
39 Italian tenor meal time now* he smiled down PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S state of the union message to congress last for the unlit effect a

41 Note in the 61 62 64 ttS 66 fondly at Dermie who had stirred he warned of the spiral of Inflated prices. In the succeedingseven smile
on irla
chromatic
your
scale at mention of her name, looking expectantly : months the President filed with congress two economic reports on

42 Foreteller 67 6S-- 69 at the empty plate. conditions In the country and in both of these he urged congress to do Efficient Guitar works two tarvn

European He went on: "Then you told me something about the high cost of living. In addition more than a month 2 Helps remove film..bring oat -r

song thrush some details that the police have before adjournment of congress he sent special message urging positive mite natural, ue of your e

Consumed No. 28 carefully guarded from the public. action against the continued spiral of living costs. He also madea

47 Layer of Nobody but the Pork Bandit himself plea to private Industry to reduce costs voluntarily.All 2 encoura4es A special ingredient rpw mauae In Calox.. se

metal 5 To shun 43 Dried grape 60 Golfer's could have known them." through the long months onto congress adjourned no action which has a toI effect on galas idar

49 Spanish coin 6 To smear 46 To leave out mound The man hung his head despair- was taken. In the meantime, living costs reached their peak ...he *them firm aDd

50 Author- of 7 Teutonic 48 Eastern state 61 You and I ingly. "I used to own half of the Immediately before adjournment. As prices soared profits soared lone up you milewiib
FightingMen" deity 51 Printer'smeasure 62 ensure bitterly. and 1947 earnings will be approximately .59 per cent above last et
chain of stores. he spoke
8 LIght brown year's record of Sli539,00v,600. Male sr JM.&r- ,."." ....,
52 Numbered 9 Entry in an 5355 64 Artificial "Until my partner swindled me out On the last day of the session the senate named a Joint committeeand 113 fan if pbmimlital k itufWNU
disk language of my share. It was the only way I-
54 account 56 Beak 66 Babylonian be- appropriated $100,000 for it to hold hearings to probe the question of
By knew of to get back what really
Tavern 10 Correct Wholly deity longed to me." whether or not there is a high cost of living problem. That is all congress .
57 Third person Compass / did. These bearings probably will get under way In mid-September. -14 3541HOTtf

of the Hindu 17 point Symbol for Auwtr to J..ui. NMfcer It For a moment Nosey's gaze was ,* *
the
bent towards
sympathetically
trinity __ __
osmium "'" hert
59 French for 19 Part of' 011E 11 .! !. A L A 5 man's back as they led him away. WRIGHT PATTERSON -.;

"and" -to be" A !. E EYE DELS Then he returned to Dermie. erga

61 Slang: roll of 21 Highest point nno j .Einnon. nan "Have patience old girt" he patted Useless 'Jobs' Will Remain
paper money 23 Grape refuse IRE A PER QO.ED her head. When he returned. FUSHEIPjJ

CSUnaspirated 63 Ireland 25 28 Uniform Vocal solo QQBQC nUGDQIInnnnn nnn there was an extra cushion in Der POLITICS: being politics, regard- Democratic administration but Women ta your Ws"l Does thta' -

8?Before 27 To ensnare -QOQ mie's drawer domicile and a brand party; Is in power. the Jobs they represent can be filled rmirannal*muirtlo-tge>pertoa peculiar -

68 Pan the9wnyard r. A R T 1tHU HU DOB SLOE I new plate. It has two sprightly mice It probably was too much to expect by a Republican administration if flath to t women, nervou cause*, lu yp- to suffer hot
S
etoo1 I A L I. any considerable reduction in the and when there comes such a tired ZecttBg liken do try ydla&
69 Tardy 30 Clayey son 'fRIO. .! I It __ painted on it. This has caused no many agencies bureaus and admin- change' As long as the jobs are retie.Ptnhhams. ash Vegetable Compound tai

33 Slang: holes1t. en .ncnn.. .' EG. end of concern to Dermie, who istrations of the federal government. filled by Democrats the. present administration tor thus purpot.f afmptoats.,151 1"10" f
Vertical in-one QQQ. TRADE EODQ minus her once sharp teeth cant Useless as many of them maybe wants them continued. Taken regulMly-$Tnkb m'a Com
pound beta
35 Shawl P8YcB t) G E 2 S I SlCO.'Cl7 figure out just how to bite into the to John Q. Public, they do provide Anticipating a possible change, &PiDst mca diItr bunaup eaa. re&toc IIA.*.

2 Unripeness -Careful attention S ERE .B:. .:I'. DIe I: little rascals. She doesn't have any jobs and Jobs represent patronage. the Republicans wish to retain these reported tomschio beDeaU\ .Mao Wonb a vary trytngtiillkJf e6cfty.OD1c. .

of the trouble with the extra helpings of Those bureaus were created by a Jobs. 4
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