The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 33-No; is Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 19, 1947I

I II, No One Injured -Red Director Barber To, Call CBS PlaysIn Sports :Circuit Judge At- Larson Special Gives Insurance ApprovalTo Russell Kay Says Fishing- In Lake -I

I In Worst Storm [ Georgia-N. C. Game Palatka Rules Out Policies Polio Cases .Okeechohee Much Better Than Lakes .::;

: The Columbia Broadcasting Sys- State Insurance CommissionerJ.

Since '28 Blow I tem will start its college football Fish Commission Edwin Larsen has given condi- Protected, Stocked By CommissionBy

,.r- broadcasting season Saturday Sep- tional approval to special quotedpolI.o
I tember 27, when Red Barber, FlorIda 4jf
to $5,000of
policies paying up
RUSSELL KAY a standstill. The annual sale ofthe I
: Th hurricane which made up boy, now CBS sports derletor.I Circuit Judge Herbert B. Frederick the expense of the policyholder blue-skinned "cat*" principallyto ,'

out In the Atlantic early last week I wil give a play by play description Tuesday discharged a defend- contracting pollomeylltis. Larsen Being an ardent sports fisher J

'.. finally hit the, East Coast of nor- I of the game between Georgia and ant at Palatka who was charged said he would not permit any In- man I suppose I sh.oulctlau&h; with western markets, ran beyondthe "_ "! f
dollar la
two million near
Ida Wednesday and while it was North Carolina. The old "red head" with violating the Game and FreshWater surance company writing polio pol- glee over the plight of the poor 1945. The State Board ot Conservation --31 I

severe here wa not u much dam will broadcast from Kenan Stadium .- Fish Commission ruling icies to disclaim liability because commercial fishermen but know-
reports that a total of 3,328-
age in this section as had been an- Chapel Hil North Carolina. prohibiting Commercial Fishing in of financial help given a patient Ing some of them personally and l1t'
112 taken from then-
ticipated. The storm was at its the SL Johns River and Lake policyholder by the National Foundation realizing some of their problems! I were,

worst In Okeechobee Wednesday Whidden Is George. In dismissing the defendant for Infantile Paralysis. can't help but sympathize with waters. I
Marion At an average of 34c a pound ;1
and Wednesday night with terrific Judge Frederick ruled that the them. .
which the fishermen say they receive f
and continuing have certainly been takingit
rains beginning Tuesday Constltutonal Amendment that was They '

on until noon yesterday. Selected To AttendMeetingTomorrow voted on in 1942 was never agreedto Drivers Must Be on the chin lately with the "red that amounts to $1,130,818 ? j
will have to admit ain'thay.
which you
There were no casuaties in this by both houses of the Florida tide" messing them up on the Gulf : i

section. We have not heard of any- Legislature at the time it came be-: For l Coast and the State Fish and Take that kind of money out 'Ii
Responsible of circulation and somebody Is
one who was Injured in the least fore them durng the 1941 session. Game Department riding herd on --.1!
bound to hungry and Fm not
by the storm but the town and The decision was made in a habeas 'em from Tallahassee. go ;
I talking about the folks who have ;
Their AccidentsAfter "red tide"
neighboring sections were flooded Tallahassee-Eight Florida high corpus proceedings brought by I Publicity given the been eating the fish either. : 1
ja with water and the cattle pastures just naturally knocked the bottom .
school girls members of the FlorIda Clyde Degolyer, St. ; No one, apparently has; accurate .. :
were most of them almost com- Future Homemakers association fisherman, who was held under a'' out of the fish business as far as ,1: i
the of
figures amount
pletely under, water. will meet in Jacksonville, warrant charging him with usinga Oct. 1, motorists who can- the Gulf Coast is concerned. De- invested oji in !
; : It is estimated that winds from Saturday, September 20, In executive seine to catch catfish, bream I not show they are able to pay for spite the fact that health authorities money fishing equipment including boats -; :

eighty five to one hundred miles session to discuss, plan, and and crappie in the SL Johns Riv- deaths, injury and property dam- point out that flak from uncontaminated '
nets, tackle, etc. but it runs Into
per hour hit the town during the make recommendations for the er in violation of Game and Fish age caused by negligence in automobile waters are good to ":: :
hundreds of thousands of dollars. :
worst part of the storm which was program of work for the FHA in Commission regulations and also accidents will be deprived eat, a lot of folks still refuse to I know one reputabe commercial a

the worst storm that has hit here selling certain imported fish suchas of the right to drive. eat any kind of seafood.
the new school year. fisherman in the
3 in the last thirty years except the Colin Eng- Canadian bream. That statement shows the teeth Then along came the Game and area "J
State School Supt. who alone has Invested
over $50,000
1928 hurricane when so many lives would also Attorneys in the case said the iu Florida's new motor vehicle responsibility Fresh Water Fish Department withan 1 .
lish said that the girls in the business. I'm satisfied .
were lost on the side of Lake Okee- FHA convention decision threw into question the law. order closing Lake Okeechobee,
discuss the State that at least a couple of million
chobee. and existence of the Fresh Water Com- The fact that the majority of the St. Johns River and Lake -'
scheduling of district meetings
dollars would fall far short of t
Electric lights were oft from leadership training conferences, mission as a constitutional body. drivers responsible for accidents George to commercial fishing andas the actually investedin covering :;tt'
Wednesday morning until about and plan the budget for 1947-48. The court decision was based on are financially unable to make restitution a result commercial fishing in the industry today. Instead of

midnight Thursday night when the Attending the conference 'will the fact that when the bill that for the damage they causeIs Florida has been dealt a staggerIng TRYING to BREAK the -...
'. t Florida Power &: Light Company Lan- created the Game and Fresh Water the main reason behind the new blow and many fishermen and -
be: President Young, fisherman, why not GIVE the e.j
succeeded in getting power restored don High School, Jacksonville; Fish Commission by submitting a law passed by the last legislature. heir families are on the verge of poor guy a BREAK.

to the town and by noon today Marilyn Harris, Vero Beach High constitutional amendment to the "Drivers will not be at liberty starvation.The :)

(Friday) most all places again had! School, Vero Beach; Donna Jolley voters in the 1942 election was be- to jeopardize the lives of others fight between -sports and '

without to commercial fishermen Is an old one School ForFoodHandlers
s power. Leon High School Tallahassee; fore the Senate that body passedan means compensate "

Altogether in face of one of the Norma Gregory Zephyrhills High emendment to the bill and that where negligence Is shown," the and both have a place in the Florida .

worst storms in our history we C. A. Brooks director picture- and much hooey and
School Zephyrhills; Gere Howard, amendment was never passed on patrolmen quoted Will Be

were lucky enough to get through' Lake Butler High School, Lake by the House and Judge Frederick of the motor vehicle responsibility misinformation: has been dished ,

with a minimum of property dam- Butler; held that the constitution required division of the state insurance out by both aides.Personally .

age and no person was hurt in the Juanita Cannon Auburndale that the identical amendment must department in Tallahassee: I d.on'agree with Available Soon

least. "The law does not make it of the rabid sport fishermen
High School, Auburndale; Gere be t passed on by both the House mandatory some
that driver off who blame the commercial fishermen -i;
and Senate. every pay
Roche, Bay High School, Panama A mobile state-wide school for ;
the damage in accident" for all the fish they don't
every ,
Fish Commission City Marion Lee Whidden, Okee commercial food handlers will :i
r they said, "but it does require that catch and insist that if all commercial soon
chobee High School, Okeechobee; J. Edwin Larson be available to every county, city
he be able to settle." fishing were eliminatedour i
and Miss
Lucy Lang State FHA and town In Florida presented .
If this responsibility cannot be lakes and streams would be '1;
Along our line of argument In advisor State Department of Education through their local health depart-
To Be. CandidateFor shown, a motorist loses his driver's so full of fish they would overflow _
favor of commercial fresh water Tallahassee; ments, according to word from the :: >. ":_
license. He can get it backonly their banks.

.;...> <_ fishing we uggesLO& '4.Jtf'iJ1Ben ..- ...*. <' ,. ..*..,'*s>f- -wteaUi4-43 able to:show .responsibility 4 don't think that commercial State Board of Health. ..
,Morgan, director of the Game and CHURCHES OF CHRIST, Re-Election >" I < Dt. Wilson T. Sowder, State
and he must continue fishing in the waters of the St.
Fresh Water Fish Commission reada SCIENTIST Health Officer, said the course is ,
to show it at each renewal of the Johns or Lake Okeechobee are \ 1"
story that was published out of "MATTER" Is the subject of the a cooperative one sponsored by the
state to
permit. hurting sports fishing any ex-
Tampa last week (Associated Lesson-Sermon which will be read Tallahassee Sept 14- J. Edwin State Board of Health the Florida
The law doesn't require that ev- tent; In fact In removing destroyers -
Press). in Churches of Christ, Scientist;, Larson today announced his candI- Hotel Commission and the Florida
ery driver buy a motor vehicle liability of fish such as turtles gars
The,lead pararaph read: Per throughout the world on Sunday, dacy for reelection to a third. termas Restaurant Association, _.L
I Insurance policy before Oct. and the like they are helpful.As .
haps: one of the reasons you have September 21. Florida state treasurer. It is designed for waitresses bus .
1. Bat the responsibility must be far as protecting the black
not been catching fish from your The Golden Text Is: "Little The position carries with it the boys, dishwaters cooks and all -:'
shown in any accident where thereis bass In these waters they are already ,
te-there too children keep yourselves from of Insurance commissionerand other :
lake this year are posts personnel working In restaurants :;..
of $50 be sold
property damage or more protected and cannot
many fish in it. This, paradoxically Idols" (I John 5:21). state fire marshal, and membership fountains and bars. The instructional i:
or where someone is injured or so I don't see what all the ruckusis
i is the truth, take it trom Howard Among the citations which comprise on a score of cabinet and mateiral Is based primarily l
killed. Even then, it is necessary about. The "red tide" has de-
Blssland, biologist, and D. D. the Lesson-Sermon is the other administrative boards. on elementary sanitation ,
that a driver be proved at fault. stroyed more fish than commercialand
Pittman, district conservationist of following from the Bible: "Lay not Larson, reviewing the first six and for the moat part will be presented _,t
There are four ways the law sports fishermen would catch
Lakeland, who have showed two up for yourselves treasures upon and a half years of his administration through movies slides and ;f:
says a driver may show responsi- in five years, but I don't"think It
Hillsborough County men Just what earth where moth and rust doth said more than a billion dollars other visual aide. It is being ;
bility. will ruin fishing and I believe *
they meant. Fred Herman, meat corrupt, and where thieves breakthrough in public funds had passed prepared by the Bureau fo Sanitary .
He may have a motor vehicle when the tide has disappearedwe'll
products manufacturer at Six Mile and steal: But lay up for through his department since he Engineering and the Division _r
liability policy; a ;security bond; a still catch about as many fish
Creek, and Stanley Wallace Lutz yourselves treasures in heaven, became treasurer in 1941. of Health Information and will be "' !!I
deposit of cash or securities witha as we ever did.
citrus grower were having no-fish where neither moth nor rust doth He said he has collected $9.313- presented by personne of those de-
state treasurer; or he may quali- It has been my _experience that
troubles; BO the U. S. Soil conservation : corrupt, and where thieves do not 000 from insurance companies and partments.Dr. 1
fy as a selfInsurer.A fishing today Is a darn sight better -
agents went to work on break through nor steal: For where their agents in premium taxes, licenses Sowder said that the ne.ed
driver must be able to pay in Lake Okeechobee and the
this. They put applications ot rotenone your treasure Is, there will your and fees. Most of the re- for such a course has long been .-11
$1000 property damage, $5000 be- SL Johns than in a whole helluvalot
and derris powder in Her heart be also." (Matthew 6: 1921.) ceipts went Into the general fund obvious but that it is not a need :-
cause of bodily Injury or death of of the so-called protected and
man's lake and 14,000 bream and The Lesson-Sermon, also In- for payment of state operating ex peculiar only to Florida. The .-:
one person and $10,000 because of .stocked lakes that commercial
perch were killed in one day. Nota cludes the following passage from penses. abuses practiced In serving food to
injury or death of two or more fishermen never go near. Why, Idon't
baas floated on top. the Christian Science textbook. As fire marshal, Larson Is In 65,000,000 persona dally over the
persons.An know-but Eli trade you a '
None of the fish weighed over "Science and Health with Key to :charge of enforcing laws againstfire country have become 00 flagrant
Insurance policy seems to be hundred protected fresh water
six ounces (an average year-old the Scriptures' by Mary Baker hazards and arson. As Insurance that a number of national publications -
the easiest means of meeting the lakes I've fished in for a coupleof
bream weighs a poundand the Eddy: "Breaking away from the : commissioner, he supervises. have recenty devoted Important
I requirements. But a motorist may acres of Lake Okeechobee any
average size was 2 1.% inches. mutations of time and sense, you the state's entire Insurance business space to arousing patrons, operators -
obtain the bond ot an authorized time.
Three to four days later, the hardier will neither lose the solid objects and after Oct. 1 will administer managers and health authorities
'I surety company for the same cov Commercial fishing is an im-
preying types of the fish floated and ends of life nor your own iden the new automobile liability to make some effort to
erage. portant Fonda industry and it
up-bullheads, mudfish and tity. Fixing your gaze on the responsibility law. correct the condition.The .
To meet the third possibility, should be given encouragement. It
suckers. There were no gars. Wal- realities supernal; you will rise to He was U. S. collector of Inter three agencies are working
the motorist may deposit $10,000in provides an Income to thousandswho
lace's lake, said Blssland, was the spiritual consciousness of being nal revenue for Florida for six closely on this course, he stressed.
cash or readily negotiable securities have no other means of livelihood -
loaded with gars and with a even as the bird which has years before he was elected stale Especially are owners and,operators -
with the state treasurer. To and brings millions of dollars -
sprinkling of catfish." burst from the egg and preens Its treasurer in 1940. Before that, he anxious to take advantage of
qualify as a self-insurer, he must into the state.
Trouble, Blssland says, Is this: wings fora skyward flight. (261: srved two sessions in the statehouse the training for their personnel
be able to satisfy the state treas-
A certain acreage of water will %..) of representatives and one Today, commercial fishing Is at which the course will entail.
urer that he can turn up $40,000
produce only a certain poundage In the state senate. just about a standstill fishing This Is the first time such a

of fbh. If, as at Herman's lake, Declaring that the South Is make He has been elected to office in cash in a hurry. boats are tied up and fishermenare course has been presented on a
Similar laws are in effect in 37
the poundage is there In small fish, ing greater strides industriallythan the National Association of Insurance Idle. Catfish fishermen along statewide level in Florida. How,

the fish are "going to stay small. any other section of the Commissioners, the National other states and Floridians driving the St. Johns River from Jacksonville ever, a number of similar schools

"And we have found that fish country President Leigh R. Powell Assciatlon of Treasurers, Auditors .in those states are held responsible. to Lake George will tell you were held during the war but only fin

won't grow unless the fertility is Jr., of the Seaboard Airline an' Comptrollers and the National Likewise, tourists driving that the closing of those waters to sections where there were large
i through Florida will be held re-
Increased (fertilize the pond) or Railroad disclosed that the Sea- Association of Securities. Com- I commercial fishing has their busi- military installations.Dr. .
sponsfble under the terns of the
the population is reduced." board is making vast improvements missioners. ness on the verge of disaster. Sowder said that the course
Florida law.
There'should be a lesson for the In its properties In order to Larson is a graduate of the Alle-': As evidence of the situation will be ready to go on the road

Game and Fresh Water Fish department keep pace with this new develop- ghany Colleg'S of Business Administration they point to rows of fishing boats early in October, but that so far

which has to do with its ment. Orders have been placed for and Accounting, and of The awing to more horsepowerand ; tied at the docks, dozens of nets an "opening" location has not yet

ban on the fresh water commercial new locomotives cars heavier rails the University of Florida law col fewer horses will mean a con- on row after row of racks and Idle been chosen.

fishermen on Lake Okeechobee and and installation of anew automatic lege. He Is a resident. of Keystone tinual decline in the number of employees hanging around. In the

., St. Johns giver The commercial signal system, all of which will Heights. draft animals on American farms, Welaka-GeoTgetown. area, what Canned dog food 'is starting a

: fishermen go a long way In keeping speed transportation of both pas- according to J. J. Newman Vice- commercial fishing is going oa Is come-back after a complete absence

down the population of the predators sengers and freight to and from Thomas D. Stewart prominent President of the B. F. Goodrich confined to the operation of a few during the war., when. Cans

thereby making the bass Florida. Deland attorney and citrus grower, Company, who states that from I traps and Bine trot-lines. The big were urgently needed for other

.> fishing much better-if the depart- .- has been named president of the 1921 to 1944<< the number of horseson I 1400foot nets have been broughtin purposes, according to a national

tnVnt would only see thla.-Sun Be still, and know that I am Volusla County Farm Bureau, it farms dropped from 24.000,000\ and racked. surrey just competed b1 the-American

shine Special. (West Palm Beach.) God.Psalms 46:10.: y_ *.,_* was announced this week. to 12,000,000. Here $2,000,000 industry. la at Can Company.

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.. II "Where'd you get this crazy idea wrinkles deepened at the corners of SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

anyway?" I the old gentleman's eyes as he

< A6T FOR "Well, it's only a suggestion" asked elfishly "Wen. what do you

"But. Caswell. how do I start think of it?- 'Divo-Piecer trI
HEABt'Siy A '
I ,, playing with the chalk-that is, if "Not bad sir." answered Swain. Pretty ,

SAKE I'm foolish enough to start?" "But it's a bit lopsided.

s._ "" s 8! Tve thought of that. too. I can "By: gum." Old Ellsworth chuckled cfJnedMJ'I To brighten tarnished g
J4a Side-Swept
Rabe get a student from one of the art "I see. The halves don't 2Jaglimer pieces, rub them lightly i

Goldberg schools to come here once a weekto match" He added a few lines witha tooth brush dipped in anutio

f show you. If you don't like it palsied hand and colored the open and baking soda.
after a little while you can throw spaces blue like a child playing witha

him out. picture book. Then he looked toward
Stews and soups are much xaorsl
u UERE. take your pineapple Doctor Caswell went to his friend. the door. "Listen young tasty if you use leaves of
juice," gentlypersuaded, Kop Judson Livingston head of the At- man" he whispered. "I want to ask cauUS
flower, cabbage, and
r' pel. the male nurse. r lantic Art Institute and explainedthe you something before old pineapple similar]
Nope grunted Collis P. Ells situation. Livingston had just juice comes back." greens as flavoring. T"

worth. the young man Frank Swain "Yes. sir," responded Swain respectfully --e-

"But it's good for you. sir." eighteen years old and a promising When peeling: onions, breatL
I oPet" student. He needed the'money. Ran "I was thinking-could you spare through the mouth and your eyesl

1 Its doctor's orders." an elevator at night to pay: his tui- the time to come twice a week or should not water.

"Nope!" tion. How much would he get? Five perhaps three times?" _t_ -

Koppel heard the front door bell dollars a visit. Fine. "Sure. Mister Ellsworth." 7/, Rinse white organdy in a'so

and was glad to leave the room. Next afternoon young Swain was "Good. Let's make it Monday.: 4) '' tion..o{ salt water, This wilt a

He found Doctor'Caswell in the ball shown into the big living room Col- Wednesday >and Friday.: Four to its stiffness.

f downstairs. *1 can't do a thing lis P. Ellsworth looked at him ap- o'clock." _e_

with him/ he told the.doctor. "He praisingly. Koppel entered and was' flabbergasted To keep flowers for table decoration

.. won't take his pineapple juice. Her "Sir, I'm not an artist yet," an- when his patient took his over a fairly long period tdipj

doesn't want me to read to him. He swered the young man. pineapple juice without a whimper.As the stems into hot water befora]

hates the radio. He doesn't like anything "Umph!" the weeks went by Swain's visits placing them in a bowl containing

f !" Swain arranged some paper and grew more frequent. He brought e x i .r 4. w. cold water. The stems expand]

1 Doctor Caswell received the Information with the heat and take up more]

t with his usual professional moisture.

calm. He had done some constructive -.-
t thinking since.his last vis- Many foods may be reheated!

i it. This was no ordinary case. The and served again without chaigt

'., old gentleman was in pretty good .ter a 't in flavor if heated in a doubHJ

shape for a man of seventy-six. But .HVLM 4 t4z boiler and steamed through,:"

r he had to be kept from buying iM. i\ stead of bringing it in con

7. things. He had suffered his last with direct heat. 4
after his disastrous
heart attack -.- t

k, purchase of that jerkwater railroad : 1640 Dried beans are best when]
out in Iowa. The one before that
cooked in soft water for hard]
; came from the excitement engendered -
water toughens the skins. -
if by the disintegration of they .f
Half Peplum
:;: Happy Package chain of grocery I
frock you'll see
stores which he had acquired at a \ THE smartest
t; '' '
1685 your busy daytime pro- '
: fabulous price. All of his purchases ,
i. of recent years had to be liquidated 3-8 yrs. gram. The unusual slanted close :

t at a great sacrifice both to his ing is accented with a wide con-
':" belt. And note the half
health and his pocketbook. For Dress-Up _
that flares hip!
over one
i Collis P. Ellsworth sat in a huge r little angel is certain to peplum s .
over-upholstered chair by the win- approve this dainty two piecerfor Pattern No. 1640 is for sizes 12, 14. *6, 18 gavel ataiYeelist
: dow. He looked around. 'as Doctor dress-up occasions. Scallops and 20. Size 14. 3 yards of 39-inch.
Caswell inquired "Well how's the Send order to:
Two students giggled at the raucus splash of color on the wall edge 'the front closing, the wee your

.. young"UmpblJ man! today grunted the figure in I and Swain fled. peplum. swings. out'. just. right. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. S Chafing

South Well St. Chicago 7, DL
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the chair in a tone like a rasping crayons on the table. "Let's try the old man 'a box of water colors n e l/.5 Dry Eczema.
1685 In sizes 5.
Pattern No. comes 3. 4. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each _
cough with all the implications of a and draw that vase over there on' and some tubes of oils. 6_ 7 and 8 years. Size 4, 25i yards of 39- pattern desired. {Sunburn >
J } Inch; under bodice. % yard.Don't Size ; Ivy Poison
sneer. the mantlepiece, he suggested. When Doctor Caswell called Ells- Pattern No dcO"' 0I '" '
miss the Fan and Winter FASH
"I hear you haven't been obeying "What for? It's only a bowl with worth would talk about the graceful ION-our complete pattern ma aZ De. Name_ SimpleRash ;0.
orders," the-doctor chided. some blue stains on it. Or are lines of the andirons. He would You'll find lots of sewing Information, special ;
designs, free pattern printed inside Address
"Who's giving me orders at my they green?" dwell on the rich variety of colorIn the book. 25 cents. RESIN OLInTETassatsmprssas

time of life?" "Try it, Mister Ellsworth a bowl of fruit. He proudly: displayed -

j The doctor drew up a chair and please." the variegated smears of tiM1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1hN-M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M M1M1M1M1M1I
paint his heavy silk dressing t ?
sat down'close to the old man. "I've "Umphl" The old man took a on
He would not allow his valetto ? USmwa
F got a proposition for you" he said piece of crayon in a shaky hand gown.send it to the cleaner's. He AS k fe 1 A quiz with answers offering \?
; quietly. and made a scrawL He made an- ? e
wanted to show the doctor how hardhe'd
Old Ellsworth looked suspiciously other scrawl and connected the two Z Information on various subjects ?
been working.The ZM1 A NO TIlER i
over his spectacles. "What is it, with a couple of crude lines. "Thereit j _

more medicine more automobile is, young man," he snapped witha treatment was working per- M1M1M1M1M1M1A P.N.IV rLti"t..M1/V M1AIb IbAN.M1M1M1bP.P.e'The checks
; rides, more balderdash to keep me grunt of satisfaction. "Such fool- fectly.! No more trips downtown to
Become involved in purchases of en- Questions 8. The amorphopallus, which
r away from the office? ishness. Poppycock!
terprises of doubtful solvency.The grows in the warm, damp forestsof perspiration :
"How'd you like to take up art?" Frank: Swain was patient. He the East Indies. It produces '
1. How has Bombay a
doctor it safe allow many legs a *
thought to
,The, doctor had his stethoscope needed the five dollars. "If you duck? flower 8 feet in diameter and 15
ready in case the abruptness of the want to draw you will have to look Ellsworth to visit the Metropolitan feet odor
the Museum of Modern Art and other 2. What is the 49th parallel? high.
suggestion proved too much for thepatient's at what you're drawing sir.
exhibits with Swain. An entirelynew 3. Which of the Seven Wondersof 9. A sylvan deity or demigod,
-.y heart. Old Ellsworth squinted and represented as half man and half 5t7.W/VG' WAY'k'kh
world opened up its charming the ancient world can still be. THE
But the old gentleman's. answer looked. "By: gum. it's kinda pretty.I mysteries. The old man displayedan seen? > goat.

i 'was. a vigorous "Rot!" never noticed' it before." insatiable curiosity about the gal- 4. Who 'was the "knight of the 10, The Crimean war. Mad with *Jaot cream bate. Yodorais

f "I don't mean seriously," said the Koppel came in with the pronouncement leries and ,the painters who exhibited woeful countenance"? acktaUg toothing to normal skins
doctor, relieved that disaster had that his patient had I No harsh chemical or irritating
in them. How were the galleries 5. Do Eskimos have beards? First Broadcast Over Air
been averted. "Just fool around done enough for the first lesson. run?, Who selected the canvasses 6. Which was the first Amer- salts. Won't harm akin or dotting. '-

with" chalk and crayons. It'll be "Oh, it's pineapple juice again." for the exhibitions? An idea was ican city to have a single railroad Sans Wires Made in 1892 Stays soft and creamy, never get
Ellsworth mumbled. Swain leftWHEN forming in his brain. station for all lines? grainy.

"Bosh! When the late spring sun began to 7. What is the true name of Nathan B. Stubblefield, as a Try genii*Yodor -/eel the wonderfo!j '
"All rf ght. The doctor stood up. the art studept came the difference
the dog'star? demonstration to a number of
cloak the
fields and gardens with
"I just it that's week there
suggested all. a
color Ellsworth executed awful 8. What is the largest flowerin scientists in 1892, broadcast a
Collis P. sucked his gums and his drawing on the table that had a t1 ,
the world? message through the air that was
smudge which he called 'Trees
t wrinkled chin bobbed up and down. slight resemblance to the vase. The s..m..r k4 5
9. What ? received without the aid of wires
Dressed in White. Then he madea is a satyr 5.e arbpr
startling announcement. He was 10. The ,poem "Charge of the Stubblefield's first public broad- -=

going to exhibit it in the Summer Light Brigade" was inspired bya cast was on January 1, 1902. : -4 :?

show at the Lathrop Gallery! tragic incident in what war? And on May: 30, 1902, in Fair- '

1f For the summer show at Lathrop mont Park Philadelphia his
CROSSWORD PUZZLE The Answers voice was heard a mile. away from ;. '
f 'l I If Gallery was the biggest art exhibitof the transmitter. 7i+
the year-In quality if not in Ya.r. w arflp, l ef.r

1... It has no legs. It is a fish. -.- ------
the papers get hold of this, 2. The Canada-U. S. frontier.

r-\: Horizontal- S I.Utla la Next bna- Mister Ellsworth will become a 3. The pyramids. I SNAP! CACKLE! ANt TOP! SAY- -

ri 4. Don Quixote.
laughingstockWe've got to stop
: 1 Resort 1 1) 4 5 6 7_ II 9
? 4 Bone IOJ him," groaned Koppel. 5. Yes, but not luxuriant ones.

; 6101 11 11 U "No," admonished the doctor, 6. St. Louis. The Union stationwas
t I. 8 Golfer'smound a 14 "We can't interfere with him nova built in 1893. PSout

and take a chance of spoiling aO 7. Sirius.
11 Capital ctTasmania IS2J 16 17 16
I ,- the good work that we've accom

13 Restless 19 21 phshed."
15 Pitcher .h 21. 11 To the utter astonishment of all
r' '
16 To knock three and especially Swain* I- Play's Long Run I

f 18 Rodents / 24 I U 26. 1 "Trees Dressed in White" was act
I. 19 Suffix indicating v//- I cepted for the Lathrop' show. Not)

past tense 18 29 m- 31 only was Mister Ellsworth crazy: The world record for the long-

20 Vague gossip I thought Kppel but the Lathrotf est run of a stage play is held by
22 Note of scale 3Z Gallery too "The Drunkardwhich on July
/ 33 was crazy
23 City inChaldea ,
Vh Fortunately the painting wag 0, of' this year, began its 15th

24 Alphabetical U U' 36 37 J8 39 hung in an inconspicuous place year and was presented for the ? h rte,
list of articles where it could not excite any 'noticeable 5,257th consecutive time at the Be sure you get America'
Theater Mart in Los Angeles.. P.S. the favorite rice cereal
Mathemat40 / 41 U' z of) comment. Young Swain one and only KeOogft Rice Krtsplesl
cal ratio m sneaked into the gallery one after. -
m -- -
i 28 Sacred songs << 7//; noon and blushed to the top of hh I
i-\ 30 Wing.looted.as 44 45 46 / 47 ears when he saw "Trees Dressedin

the bat White" a loud raucous splashon I $
j 32 Sheltered side 43 III$1! $
33 Malay gibbon 50 @ 51 .51 a wall otherwise drenched In j1r$1

34 Line made by beauty and harmony. As two gig*

< folding SJ 54 SS. 56, Sling students stopped before the

37 Hereditary strange' anomaly: Swain fled in tars

:, 40 Molten lava S1 SS S9 60 ror. He could not bear to hear what '

41 To esteem they: had to say.:
43 Part ofinfirdtive .
Two days before the close of the

44 Symbol fortantalum No. 30 exhibition a special messenger
'. brought a long official-looking en-

48 Spot 10 To watch 31 One who 43 The self velope to Mister Ellsworth while

47 Pronoun narrowly 'reads thelessons 49 Colloquial: Swain Koppel and the doctor

Sicilian 12 Land* in poster were in the room. "Read it to me."

volcano measure church 51 Whether requested the old man. "My: eyes Margaret Hand.*' a
;. 50 Part to puff It Printer's S3 To certify 52 Diffident tired from painting.. S.tsra Experience i a Patrick Doherty
out the hair measure 39 Behold; are is the best 7.-1-':"OJ an!
51 Angers 42 Edible seed 54 Exclamation The doctor read: teacher I're tried f the di&ereat broads

.', 53 Hindu polit20 17 Wine Ancient cup 45 Girl's name of disbelief It gives the Lathrop Gallery them all-aft I moked daring girt -
; teal leader 47 Part of the 56 Note of scale pleasure to announce that the Canals for met" wartime Karcuy,
4' ." Egyptian v Casuls nut me bad"gala
Reserved<1 in monarch eye First Landscape Prize of $1,000 '

manner 21 To play has been awarded to Collis P. -
,Y. 57 Unit boisterously ".w.. i. F.nl. :Nmmkcr Zv Ellsworth for his painting

'. : : "Tree Dressed in White "
5Hawkhead23Tb anspannt P L I R 2 P R I 3 r
t{ Swain'and Koppel uttered series
< ed deity Ie L I Y ABSEAS I s .
;"- 60. Pen for swine 25 Extraordinary in size U A TEA LAD R 01o inarticulate gurgles. Doctor Cas-
well exercising his professional
Funaznental VT I DYEAkICALr
VerticalIThatyoucg mess of lifetendencies B I. I 1' ART self-control with a supreme effort

.- ti A R 0 G L I O. 0 H III said. "Congratulations. Mister Ells.
:9Mah'R A ll DO. AID 0 II worth. Fine. fine.! See. see. ..
1 lady Of I didn't expect, such
beverage A C I B V L L I I I !J course.
Forces Couched 31 Prefix: before KID L y o '0 great news. But. but-wen. now
3 you'll have to admit that art is
: '4 Otherwise Symbol for 1ft E P 0 D I A T E i'i H
"- ', calcium much more satisfying than busi "CHOICE OF nsG.
Swagger It K s o. A Y
.. J Flexible stem ness." '-
; Turret' IIERCBR LB3ATEs .F.Bogue LJicttttbu
> used iabasketry "Art nothing.** snapped the old tK:leaned Shei1aG. .
,,1>, 7 Preposition to I I it Y B it 0 D B
', ..,- 1 Append*** man. "I bought the,Lathrop Gait from experience-. EXPERIENCE" ..rt" mefced many btaodt
5/ 38 Soul- ** } thae" BO ether os*> dating the wutuae hortas
/:5;; fie* setter B-41 lery last month. > -
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. THE KEECH BEE NEWS Friday, Sept 19,1..


;"1 ; cfus SOCIALISM IS INEFFICIENTOne 1730,576,000 and comprised 30.8 per OIL'S RECORDIf Although production of tractor A brand new technique,In >it+-lf=f

@ke2tlynhcc cent of the $2,372,000,000 total income tires has been stepped tip to triple um construction devised by City"" :.
r characteristic of socialism is anyone still doubts that the
of Floridians in 1946. The what it was before the war, the Miami architects and engine
; r:" Published oil industry is an extremely com-
every Friday by the its inefficiency.The comparable proportion in 1944 .
', 'fff' Okeeehobee News Co. at Okeechobee, was petitive enterprise he should, as demand still exceeds the supply will make it possible for 60M6
of 22.2 ,
example per cent and 31.6
i best current per cent in *
:! \ Okeechobee County Florida. | that at present is England where 1940. Al Smith Used to sayt look at the due to replacements and new fans to witness the annual Orange =:

J BRYANT BOWDEN .......Editor the Labor government has been at-: "Other sources of income to record. equipment, according to James J. Bowl football classics next 3aun: ;

tempting to make the enormous Floridians last year were: 310. Today more than 34,000 com-' Newman, Vice-President of the B.I ary, it was announced by Orange ? :
panies are engaged In the oil business -
i_ !. SUBSCRIPTION RATES transition from a free enterprise 732,000 from agriculture, $175,523- throughout the country. Near- F. Goodrich Company. Bowl officials. _

One Year advance ... ..,.,.$3.00 eyetem to a socialistic system with 000 from manufacturing" and $543- .
j.f. Six Months in advance ....,. 1.50 unusual speed. The result has beena 188,000 from all levels of ly 13,500 are in the production end,
.- Three Months in advance '...... 1.00 In production. The government 400 are refiners, 650 are engagedIn
severe (payrolls and all
types of
; transporting oil and oil product ]
i British mines are producing less benefits and allotment payments). M\RKF IX
concerned with A / :
20,000 are
j. Entered as tecond class matter July and less coal-and for the first and :

1, 1. 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- time In her history England Is "Balance of the total ($611,976- wholesale marketing and distrIbu- p hh

J. ;. chobee Florida, under Act of March having to Import coal from us. The 000), was earned principally In tion. In addition, there are nearly ? Zte
i 8, 1879. construction, transportation, communication 250,000 service stations, all of
; British mills are producing less
:'>: steel. The threat of Immediate socialization utilities and finance. which are competing for patron- If you're serving: less meat than you did Triien prices were

'I SOLVING THE PROBLEM Is a damper on the (Breakdown not yet available.) lower, you can make up for it by giving extra thought to ether
.' WHILE OTHERS TALK British electric Industry. And the These categories, so closely relatedto are.The results of so'competitive a foods. Choose your family's favorites at ) ...and
from to the
Pop I
j the three principal fields (trade, situation have been far-reaching please everybody pup
< jI output of export commodities,
I Many proposals to Invest government agriculture, The various I 3
which was depended upon to revitalize manufacturing) are Indeed. companieshave SUPER SPAGHETTI PAMPER YOUR POOCHI!
with wide powers over the England as a financial for, the most part the indirect re- tried to outdo each other In Even without one meatball, spa- : Bet your won't demand meat
people stem from lack of faith In sult of those three fields and producing desirable oil productsand ghetti can be mighty satisfying if you feed him DAILY DOG
power, has been far below the vary ..especially when It's A&P'sANN FOOD from the A&P.
the ability of individuals to solve My terrier's
directly have been
forecasts. with them? in size and activity some 5,400 developed. PAGE SPAGHETTI fixed tail tells me this
their own problems by voluntary, ." Producers have been aggressivein like this: Cook an 8-oz. package f ready-to-serve canned nourishing dog food
democratic action. An apt illustration This Inefficiency is implicit in is
I The State Chamber seeking new sources of oil-and I .J. according to pack- dog-gone delicious in Meat, Fish
. ; of this is the continuing ef- the socialist system. First of all, that these pointed out today the country's proved reservesof ii;'! age directions: or Cheese flavor. Start pampering
". fort of minority political groups socalim destroy initiative what tabulations are prelim- \" i drain CombIne your pooch during National Dog
inary "but will differ little from crude oil and natural gas liquids 1% cups (a 10% Week, which begins Sundav
rewards there are to the state by
V to saddle the country with a com- go ,
final reports to be released are the highest in history. Finally, oz. can) tomato treating him to DAILY DOG
f, pulsry state medical system. These and the best the individual can 1948." August competition, combined with enor- _--- puree, 1 small FOOD ily."POPEYE".
; groups simply do not believe that I hope for is a political Job. Second, onion (chopped),
,-" mously improved producing and re- 34 cup grated carrots, 1 tsp. celery PLATTER
socialism depends the of
I- the majority of the American people upon use fining methods, has held down oil salt, 1 tsp. sugar, 2 tsps. Worcestershire Would-be "Pop-Eyes" would be '
: are competent to meet the responsibility force of one kind or another to :MACHINERY: IN THE COALMINES prices. As an example, the retail sace and 2 tbsps.fat. Cook pop-eyed if you were to serve A&P
r of caring for them- achieve: its ends. Labor is compelled over low heat 5 minutes. Place CANNED SPINACH so: Saute
price of gasoline, exclusive of spaghetti on platter; add 4 quar- 2 tbsps. finely chopped onion 2
selves in a medical It mighty to accept a certain kind of em-
E way. taxes, is now about half of whatit tered hard-cooked eggs and sauce. tbsps. fat., Stir in 2 tbsps. flour, 4
i just as well ,be argued that the ployment whether it wants it or It is probable that a large per- Serves 4. salt, tsp. s
was 25 years ago, and the quality dry
j: American people are not competent not-and the man who works un- centage of Americans, if asked to mustard"Ii"
. is a great deal higher., CHEESE HIT dash .
-f r r-- to feed der compulsion does his best. give a reason for
and clothe themselves except never the extremely
To make sandwiches that 1
supply cup milk, grad- {
oil works the
- t.. at the direction of the state Third, socialism ties up all the high pay of soft coal miners, would The industry on some of the protein which meat- ually. Cook over .

a! It is from this fear of incompetence energies of the country in an impenetrable attribute it to union aggressiveness. typically American principle that less menus may lack, I use pro- low heAt, stirringconstantly

:-,. that dictators are born. jungle of rules, regula- Mr. Lewis and his United progress never stops-that a bet- tein-rich cheese. And to make this I till

t. During the past decade, while tions, red tape, priorities ration Mine Workers have been consist- ter product is always possible. To pinch-hitter hit for, I meat team score it with an 'I in thickened.% cup Remove grated from cheese heat.; add Stir 3

f I the issue of socialized medicine has schemes, and so-on. Again, initia ently in the headlines in late years, this end It employs every resource.of MARVEL SOUR TYPE RYE eggs, slightly beaten, and 1 can

t been debated with increasing bitterness tive is smothered.We and seem never to run out of de- science, finance and inventive BREAD from the A&P. I've never I A&P SPINACH (2 i cups). Mix
eaten tastier rye bread, and every well. Pour into greased
ness. The beneficiary is the entire ring mold.
r and while have mands of the coal
.: measures hear much of Russian pro- operators. luscious loaf is guaranteed fresh. i Bake in moderate oven, S50 F
been proposed in Congress repeat- duction. But here again, it is the Even so, giving the union Its country. Try it! ,, 50 to 60 minutes. Serves 6.
. ,' edly that would put a strait jacket
result of
mass: effort-of an un- proper due, it is obvious that there
on the medical profession, private The greatest events of an age
supply of slave labor with must have been other vitally Important
|1- citizens by the millions have quietly an incredibly low standard of lIv- causes of record mine are its best thoughts. It is the na-

t gone ahead joining up with voluntary ing. Judged by any American standard wages. One of the biggest of those ture of thought to find its way into -

I prepaid medical programs. Russia is abysmally ineffi- causes has been the fact that the action. Bbvee. NOTICE -
And actually these voluntary programs cient.
' I have done more pioneering operators, at tremendous cost halo ..dIwuunumnuunnuuuwronnmwuuwmwumuuiwuutnImuwCLASSIFIED
1 Only under free been
enterprise do mechanizing mine operationsfor
a! and exhibited effectiveness Re Permit
more practical CancellationsAt
we attain maximum efficiency, the a long time. And the upshotof %
than can ever be expected ADSunwuuuununniwwwwwlwmiuunnwiwunnunnwuuwulnu
f-. maximum standard of living for all that is that the American miner

s,, founded of a socialized on the shifting medical sands system -and, most important, maximum! gets out a great deal more coal September 4th meeting of the Board of

freedom for all. That is the one each shift than his European or Commissioners of Everglades
of politics. At Drainage District
present nearly half
\ fact Americans must never forget English counterpart. He doesn't do FOR SALE-Man's bicycle, practi- the ,
r- the population of the country, six- following action was taken :
. when schemes or further govern- it because he works harder. He cally new. Price $32.00. WILSON
3 ty-one million persons subscribes! ment ownership of industry_ are does it because machines have SELPH, A & P Store. "All permits issued prior to July 1, 1946, shall
J to some kind of a medical plan.
presented here. eliminated slow ,picks and shovels. be revoked under the following conditions:
-,: L r Approximately 45,500,000 persons I FOR BEAR wheel alignment and

1= in the United States! are enrolled I Now the operators .are planningto balance C. Elton Weaver Se- 1. Where the permittee has done
TRADE DOLLARSThe I mechanization further no work au- =
I carry
in insurance plans to pay costs bring, Florida.
In-I thorized in the :
cident to I II and to add more machinery as rapidly permit.
disabling illnesses. In trade dollar returned to the
dition, approximately 10,000,000 pockets of Floridians in 1946, takIng as possible. Competition with MAN WANTED For Rawleigh 2. Where the permittee has. completed only

perons are enrolled in prepayment I the place of the war-industry other fuels is intense, and it is felt business. No experience qr capi- part of the work, then the permit shall be revokedas

f1 medical care plans and 6,000,000 dollar the research and industrial that higher daily output per man tal necessary. Sales easy to make to that work which is incomplete. ,- "'

are insured under combination accident division of the Florida State Cham- is absolutely essential if the in. and profits large. Start Immedi- Where the work covered
dustry is to keep its markets-and by the permit has .
and sickness policies.If ber of Commerce stated last weekin ately. Write Rawleigh's Dept.
not been
to provide its done in compliance with its *
highly-paid jobs. In
,l the debate over socialized the second of a series of studieson FAI-179-190, Memphis, Tenn. provisions
} medicine toes on few income. a typical soft coal mine today,
a more i (Signed) BOARD OF
i years it will become payrolls amount to more than 60 FOR SALE-1 only 1947-6 horse COMMISSIONERS
purely an "Fioridians
are again earningmore EVERGLADES
h academic matter. The people will per cent of operating costs. That power Mercury outboard motorin DRAINAGE DISTRICT-

i have solved their own health 'problems vice channels money through than from trade any and other ser- proportion must be reduced. Al conditin. 6 months old. $125 By K. M. Throop, Secretary _

In their own Complete mechanization won't cash. Lamb Chandler.
'f way, without single source as state and national
destroying come overnight. ,
standards<< or patterns revert to normal. These According to Busi- v-
i the freedom of the doctors. trade-and-service-earnings reached ness Week, it costs around $350- I

Ii 000 for the machinery used at the I

i face alone of a 2,000 ton a day II I II I ;

mine. But the Industry is out to

f I, gig .#_ insure its own survival, to protect
\ -' ", the coal consumer, and to provide
: t maximum employment.IT .

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I. prices Who's worried a b 0 u thIgh

.,,'. You, the consumer naturallyare. I

.- And you aren't alone. So are

i. EES the manufacturers who produce the

':' goods you buy. And so are the re-

t tailers who sell them to ,
...'. you. f
Retailing in general has held toa t i

p.s: ,r STERLING JEWELER consistent policy during pos a

J war price Inflation. The policy was

1 developed by the chain systems, l-

PH.lOIO. 107 N.2 ST and thousands of independents of
.... ....Jo, FLAi! all kind's and sizes have voluntarily -
adopted it. It consists of Increasing

4 EXPERT,, WATCH, RING & JEWELRY operating economy to the high-

fi REPAIRS est possible level, to holding unit ONE STRIKE -

r profits to the lowest point consist-

t 1 ent with sound business practice,

and to raising prices only when

f* higher wholesale prices make It unavoidable and he's OUT
.llrxtitnaras Forever.1Mr.!.i'

Other Innovations are also be-

j *. jfe ,, A From where I sit.. At/ Joe Marsh. ing used in an attempt to help the It
was a
**f** hard-pressed consumer. Many food .; game of "one.o.cat" on a city street and Miclde wu
at bat. .The driver ,
: retailers, for instance, are offering sounded his of an oncoming ear saw the play:::
-"'. plainly-marked lower priced meats .- horn and was driving cautiously"through. One

.-' and are featuring alternate foods t..Itpwa.nftthedriver'sfaultbtchildren ball... and Mldde ran.

;; Yes, I'm Guilty! for buyers who cannot afford GradeA ltlJdde wu OUT.fomcrl
t.r{ : prices. Merchandisers In other 1 r playing In the stets of the NationdUes and
:" lines are performing similar ser- towns added 3.296 to the death toll eharged.agatnat-motol'

Folks sometimes criticize us bigger things we call America: The vices. Mr. Motorist- dren traffic b accidents two last fear. Even the death of two little ehil
'-.- mall-town editors for the way we friendliness of small towns.. the A retail association reports that 3Z96 Is too many young lives to be snuffed out that war.

If "ten play up "little things" aheadf helping hand..the respect for one fewer consumers are blaming -. ( Mart The tragic

... big .,. human local: news in another's rights. And above all the stores for high prices than In the stn ew'.Nc safety and schools ot Florida are continually' teaching traffic
.. warning
t !ace' of world events. love of fellowship and freedom- past. That is a healthy sign, and A stirs should emphasize against the dangers of the highways.Parentl -_

-. I cant deny it. Read the Clarion, whether it's freedom to speak one's shows that the public is learningan : extra precaution In passing It In the home. Drivera should exert

f :- 'find you'll' learn about the Iartins mind or choose between a glass of. Important lesson. High prices nated play areaS. schools or going, through desig. "

$ Aden wedding anniversary. beer or buttermilk. "" are the result of many causes, Our children'. Jives are

j :Jaout; the community sing down by I figure that If everybody looks some extremely complex, and to these youngster bdng struck precious down Do_ your part,to prevent: ,

f ivies: river.. .the husking bee at after the "little things" maybe lay the blame on any group or any :. and OUT.'

t'oberHoslunswhere neighbors the bigger things will take care of organization Is unjust. It Is especi- OSSItVt ALL ,

a- elped'husk the co.m. and later themselves. ally unfair In the case of retailers TBAMIC BUtIS _

hank.sparkling beer together."Lltil.tbings who cannot control wholesale Kelp roux CAB )

f ; :" Mtjrbe. But tiP] prices, and must pay the going rate IN. OOOO.IIPAIR. ---.,_ ,

from where I sit,they add up to the : for their stock: of goods. Every" DON'T TAXI CHANCES

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Friday, Sept. 19, 19'17 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS -


to accordance with Section 6 of Chapter TO: LOETTA HUTTO ROBINSON: BEE COCJiTT. IN CHANCERY. the City Council of the City of Okee- }, --
23728. Laws of Florida. Act of GENERAL DELIVERY ATLANTA enobee, Florida will meet In the Council II MACEL'S BEAUTY SALONREDECORATED '"
1947 the Board of Pablie In.truetton GA. CASE P.O. lets Chamber at the City Hall at 8:00 I.;
of Oksecbobee County F *rida, by Resolntion P. M. September 24, 1947, for the purpose t ':'':
adopted A imst 4. 1M7. haL You are hereby required to file your B. WF THOMAS of reviewing and equalizing the
for the purpose of nominating and written appearance in my office in City Tax Assessment Roll for the year AND READY TO
looting County Board Members di.Ided Okveebobre. }Florida on or before the of JWT. aa prepared by the City Tax
the County of Okeechobee Into sixth (6th) day of October. 1M7. to va.WILLIAY Assessor. i a SERVE YOU.
fire County Board Member resident district the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed S. BENNETT, et ala ANY and ALL PERSONS having I '
*, the boundariea of which are against you by Marvin W. Robinson, Defendant any objections to the valuation placed n IN
described aa follows: tn Circuit Court. Okeechobee County. SCIT TO TITLE OB their property by the City Tax
DISTRICT NO. 1 Beginning at Florida In default hereof Decree Pro QUIET Assessor as shown by the Assessment h LOBBY SOUTHLAND HOTEL iI
onfesso will be entered against yon; ORDER TO APPEAR Roll are hereby notified to iI I
the Intersection of the East Boundary the Okeechobee News 1* hereby designated file their objection with the Clio R
of State lllghway No. 15 and TilE STATE OF FLORIDA: ANNIE LU MORROW
aa the news paper In which this Clerk or to appear ia person before Mgr
the North boundary of State Highway Order shall be published once a week To William S. Bennett and his wife the City Council at said meeting on the
A*. 70 and run Sooth, along for four successive weeks. hose address la 722 Prospect Avenue. aforesaid date.
East boundary of State HighwayNo. Witness my hand and official seal Buffalo. N. Y., Andrew Bennett sad Phone 60-1 Okeechobee Fla.
13 to the 17 foot water level at OLrechobee. Florida this the 3rd his wife, whose address Is lEO MaiD SU Z. K. WILLIAMS ,
of Lake Okeeehobee; thence meandering day of September. A. D. 1947. Buffalo. N. Y, M. W. Benjamin and his President City Council. H

the 17 foot water level line wife,,whose address la Penobscot Building - -
Southwesterly direction to the MABEL and ATTEST: Lorena Pearce "
In a KACLERSON SHEFFIELD.Clerk Detroit Michigan J. J. Sexton
Kisslmmee Hirer t thence In a Circuit Coun Okeechobee his wife, whose address Is 24 Hamilton City Clerk.Okeechobee.
Northwesterly direction along the County Florida. Blvd., Kenmore N. T, John P. Becker Florida
East bask of the Kisslmmee Hirer By CONNIE XT. RACLERSON. D. C. and his wife, whose address la unknown -
to the North" boundary of State (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Edward J. Ryan and his wife NOTICE ,
Highway No." TO; thence East along hose address la 112 Halcyon St. Buffalo -
the North boundary of State Highway G. C DCERANCE. N. Y. George E. Parker and Jul Notice It hereby given that acpllca- M1LITfl
the point of begin Attorney for Plaintiff lon was made on the 27th day of
70 to
No. J. Parker his wife, whose address IB
August 1947. by the Western Union
ning. Okeechobee Fla.NOTICE Buffalo, N Y. Joseph H. Telsor and I Telegraph Company to the Federal
DISTRICT NO. S Beginning at his wife whose address is 238 London Communications Commission to close ACADEV
St. Buffalo N. Y. Mabel Grant whose i
of Section 24. office
the Northeast eorner TO APPEAR the telegraph located the junction -
address Is 13 Colonial Are- Forest
87 South. Range 20 Eaat. .. of State Highways No. 70 aDd 15
Township ST.
Illli. Long Island N. Y.. Marshall N. PETERSBURG FLO
RIB AFlorida'
and runs South on line dividingMartin THE STATE OF FLORIDA: (no number) In Okeechobee. Florida. 12
Hunt and Gertrude Hunt his wife
J and Okeeehobee Counties It the application la granted substituted -
TO: MILDRED STRICKLAND. whose address Is 651 Bingham Ave,
level of Lake service will
to the 17 foot water be available from
Okeechobee; thence meandering the GENERAL DELIVERY. JACKSONVILLE Saulte Ste. Marie Mich, and Palm 8:30 A. M. to 8 P. M in MX Cafe and ,s only Resident Military
17 foot water level line In a North teach Cadillac Company. West Palm Bus Station located at the Junction of i Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit"* t
FLORIDA. leach, Florida, and if of said -
westerly direction to the East any persons number) in Okeecbobee. Florida. Any
Highway 15, be dead to their unknown spouses, State Highways No. 70 and 13 *
State -
boundary of (no *"**
You are hereby required to file your heirs, advisers legatees or grantees; Member
which 1. also the East boundary member of the public desiring to protest -
written In
Parrot Avenue; thence North alone I appearance In my office the and to all persons baring or claiming or support the closing, of this of- Southern Association of
aforesaid to Okeechobee Florida, on or before aD interest in the following described nee may communicate with the Federal Colleges
the North East boundary boundary of State Highway i Sixth Day of October A. D. 1947. to lands situate lying and being in the Communications Commission. Washington and Secondary School
the the bill of complaint for divorce, filed County of Okeechobee, State of Florida -
the :!5. D. C
No. 20 thence East to point on or before September 1
against Strickland in and
you by M. C. to-wlt: A 1947.
I of beginning. I Circuit Court Okeechobee County, Lota 1, 2, 5. 67S11 12 15 16 17 IS : Association of Military Colleges ,
DISTRICT NO. a Beginning I iorlda.' In default whereof Decree Pro J9 20 21 22 25 and 21 of Block 26. Con-
-onfesso will be entered against you. ers Highlands as per plat thereof, recorded NOTICE and Scno&ls of the United States
the Northeast corner of Section 1. The Okeechobee News Is hereby designated In Plat Book 1, Page 21 of the
Township 33 South Range 33 East, the in which this Notice is
as news papr Public Hecords of Okeechobee County hereby given that on '
and runs South along range line, tothe.Southeaet order shall be published once a week lot-Ida. Highest Government Rating
corner of Section 36, for four consecutive weeks. Said lot. lying In and comprising apart and after this date I will not be

Township 35 South, Range 33 East; Witness my hand and official seal of Say of Section 9, Township 37 responsible for any debts or obligations t; ,
East along Township An Accredited
thence run at Okeechobee. Florida this the 3rd I South Range 33 East.
lira to the East boundary 61 State day eL September, A. D. 1947. GEEETIXG: of my wife Mrs. :Minnie University! Preparatory School
Kind No. 15 as now located; Reichert.
Ii fence In. Southerly direction MABEL.RACLERSON SHEFFIELD B. W. Thomas having filed his sworn I
along the East boundary of said Clerk of Circuit Court. Bill of Complaint In this suit the nature Dated at Okeechobee Fla., Sep- ,";= s fy IUmited Enrollment
!Mat Road No. 15 to the Inersec- OKEECHOBEE COUo TY. FLA. and purpose of which Is to determine I i i
f lion rf said Road with the North By CONNIE W. KAULERSON. D. C. the title of the Plaintiff to the tember 5, 1947. I L t
j boundary of State Highway No 70.WbUb (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) laud berelnaboTe described to be a J t Separate Junior Department
f In sine intersection of Parrot G. C. DURRANCE. good and sufficient absolute fee simple HENRY REICHERT, -t!
Avenue and North Park. StreetIn II Attorney For PJaluUll.Jfceecbobee. title, to hare all claims and laterals -I .
the City of Okeechohee: thencerun Florida of the Defendants, and each of For Information Address
i West along the North boundary -. them. in and to said lands passed Starts Relief in-6 seconds : I
1 of State Highway No. 70tothe NOTICE upon and determined to remove cloud I Col. Walter B. Mendela, President'Florida
I Kisalmmee Hirer; thence Northwesterly upon the Plaintiffs title to said land from All 6 usual."+ .'i.' I Military Academy
along the East Bank of :Notice Is hereby given that the Board to quiet and confirm the plaintiffs : t a ,
the Klsulmmee Hirer to the intersection tt County Commissioners of Okeecho- title thereto and in which Bill of Complaint M\Sfl : R St. Petersburg FJorldaFlorida's '
of the township line dividing bee County. Florida, will receive ten. the Plaintiff states that he .behove. -
Okeeehobee and Osceola Counties ers for the purchase of the following there are persons interested in t
; thence East along Townshipline motor vehicle equipment: the land herein involved and herein if"COLD PREPARATIONo.5
Leading Military Academy'Established \
to the point of beginning. 2 1 1-2 or 2 ton trucks having dual above described, and having named .
DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at wheels 8x25 tires, with hydraulic herein certain persons as known byname OR LIQUID IflOO ....
hoist and flat dump body. Both trucks to him. the said Plaintiff. but as r..tlL.l..z..JIIKlM:
the Northeast corner of Section 1, to bare a wheel base of 137 Inches. not known by .him the said Plaintiff.
Township 36 South Range SO East Said tenders to be open in the Com- whether any of said persons are dead -
and runs South to the Southeast mlssioners Room in the Courthouse in or alive and as believed by him the 4u
corner of Section 13. Township 37 the City of Okeechobee. Florida at said Plaintiff, if living to be Interested 4t
South Range 28 East; thence West 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day of October, In said lands and if dead, to have been
along Section line to the Intersection Interested therein.
1947. The Board reserves the right to \ 1r
of State Highway No. 15 and reject any and all bids. And having made all persons havingor

the State intersection Highway< No.of 70 Parrot which Avenue is also Signed C. E. Dravtdy Chairman parties claiming defendant any interest to the in said said Bill lands of ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS t

of and Okeeehobee North Park: thence Street in In a the Northerly City Board of County Commissioners. Complaint;

And demanded from the Clerkof eli.
direction, along the East boun having
dary of State Highway No. 15. to Circuit Court oC.Okeechobee County.
the North Boundary of Section 3. NOTICE .Florida, the making of an order requiring <
Township Zd South Range 35 East; such persons and parties to CONCRETE FOUNDATIONSFLOORS k1.rd
thence East, along Township line Notice is hereby given that the Boardof appear to the said Bill of Complaintupon
to point of beginning. County Commissioners of Okeecho a day not less than twentyeightnor
bee County, 1'lol'lda1 receive tenders more than sixty days from the
DISTRICT NO. ft Beginning: at tht for the purchase of the following date of the making of said order; .
Northwest corner of Section 6. I equipment for the office of Tax Assessor IT IS. THEKKKOItK. ORDERED WALKS, DRIVES, ETC. a
Township 33 South Range 34 East
: hat each and every one of the Defend
and runs East to the Northeast 1 flat surface accountingwritingmachine ants above named designated and ,Ot.Dd
eornrr of Section 1. 33
South Range 33 East Township: thence run to be used in preparing County specified, are hereby required to appear r !
Tax: Rolls herein to the Plaintiffs Bill of
Mouth on Range line to the Northwest
corner of Section 6. ToWnsbp Said tenders to be opened in the ('omplalnt' herein filed, on the TWEN f
34 Mouth Range 3d East thence Commissioners Room in the Courthouse TY-SECOND (22) Day of September,
run East, along Township :Line to In the City of Okeecbobee. Florida '. D. 1947 and that this order be pub- Mixed and Poured on Job Site: '
Okeechobee News,
lished ta The anewspaper
the Northeast corner of Section 1, at 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day ofOctober.
Township 34 South Range 36 East; 1947. The Board reserves theright of general circulation pub-
thence run South along range llDedhidlnl' to reject any and all bids. fished In Okeechobee County Florida,
week for four consecutive ire
once a !
Okeeehobee and St. Lode
"Counties to the Southwest cornerof Signed. C ]D.. Drawdy. Chairman, weeks.
WITNESS hand. Clerk and the ': and
Section 36, Township 35 South. Board of County Commissioners. my D. H. WALKER
Seal of said Court, this 20th day of I
Range 36 East; thence West along
D. 1947.
Township line to the Southwest August I
With feed supplies short and
corner of Section 31, Township 35South MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELDClerk P. O. BOX 1145 r
Range 34 East thence run feed prices high, it is more Im- j i
of Circuit Court. Okeechobee
North along range line to the portant than ever to control rats. County Florida. FORT PIERCE, FLA. '' I j

point of beginning. (Circuit Court Seal) PHONE 211 j
Box 003, Okeechobee. Fla. rm
VAN E. LIOHTSET. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Chairman. ill
Attest .I
CARL 1', DCRRANCE. Secretary.:. -
iA4 COUNTY FLORIDA ----- I ted
(SEAL) September 19. 1947. ----- on.on.
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1S29S Laws of Florida. Act of 1937.
SELL LAND known a* the MURPHY ACT. and IB
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN teat pursuance of Chapter 20658. Laws of amin
pursuant to Section 15 (I). ("bapterLaw. Florida. Acts of ItMl. known. the '
2WJ53. of Florida. Acts of mi. EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS- -*' s
and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Law TRICT ACT the following described
of Florida Acts of 1931. fc* amended land situated In Everglade Drainage
by Section 11. Chapter 20058. Laws o! District. In Okeechobe County Flee Dl
Florida. Acts of 1W1. and also pursuant Ida. will be offered for sale at public .
to St'C"UOD.2. Chapter 29722. outcry for the highest and best ;cash achthe
Laws e,f Florida Acts of IMUa bid. subject to the right of the Trustees i t carr
amended by Section 19 Chapter 2207 of the Internal Improvement 1
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943. anSection < Fund and of the Board of Commlsslonera -
44, Chapter 20722. Laws of of Kverglsdes Drainage District k.der
Florida Acts of 1041. as amended by 1 to reject any and all bids, at the
Section n. Chapter 22079. Laws of Courthouse beginning at 10:00 s had
Florida. Arts of 1913. the followta o'clock A. M, on the 20th day of Oc
described lands In Okeechobee County tober. 1947 As t* all parcels of land
Florida, to-wlt of ten acres or more title to one-hat ad.It
Lots 4 to 9 One Block 6, Riverside of petroleum and three-fourths of
Park. other minerals will be reserved by Te-
Lots 23 to :G, Block 20, City of Okee Trustees of the Internal Improvement rye Thtnisi
Fund. Easements for s.a .
ehobee.lt road right of t..a. -
,, 1 and 2. Block 3. Riverside Park way 200 feet wide will be reserved by : a.C: .
Addition said Trustees from any parcel through
win be offered for sue at penile ov- which there Is an existing state road: refa
cry for the highest and beat cask bid. and easement for drainage and
object to tho right of the Board eCommissioners reclamation and for road purposes
of Drainage will be reserved jot
Everglades by the Board of -- -
District and/or Board of Count CAR Commissioners of Everglades Drainage :
Commissioners of Okeechobe County, District. i 1b
Florida to reject any and all bids, Description -
at the Courthouse, beginning .t 10 KM Lots 1. 2. 3. 10 11 and 12-Block 6-
.clock A. )I. on the 2uth day of Octo Rbi-up hrlVenV8I'JI. Riverside Park. HIGHWAYS ,: varystn
bar 1917. Easement for drainage and : TRUSTEES Or THE INTERNAL =: i.
reclamation and road purposes will be IMPROVEMENT FUND _
resrrred. OF THE STATE OF FLOR- his


OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Hero's a real tim lav- By Mabel lUalers. Sheffield Art. r, a
OF OKEECHO- for Trustees of the Inter "" Uf. Nut
BEK COUNTY. FLORIDA. er. Whenever your car nal Improvement Fund and ti ,
By: MUb I Raal.rM* Sheffield. for Board of Commissioners ." .v' Speed-the nation's mania to Quicker beat the lJiet'
'a there .
Clerk of tile Circuit Court of needs lubrication of Everglades Drainage Dis r' get or '
Okeechobe County. Florid. trict Okeechobee County other fellow to It, is our greatest menace of the highways.One t' ire
.a agent for said Board. oil change, tire or battery Florda
By Connie W. Raulcrson. out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. 1,11rorl

Deputy Clerk service, lust| give us a call. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Auto traffic accident fatalities are Increasing at aa alara.I .

We'll com over for your IN JTIM1E.:THE COI'RT OKEECHOBEE OK THE COCNTY COUNTY 'tr I lag rate: In Florida 561 people were killed In the first ten

Notice car : do the Job n. and FLORID RE IN PROBATE. months of 1946. This lain Increase of E% liar a like periodin -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bring It back to yowl DECEASED.TO J1t Mr. Padastrlan- 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of- which- 196, Catt
ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS '3 or 3-1% were pedestrians. C.owinrd
that the Board of Public Instruction HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Florida AGAINST RAID ESTATE: 4 1 WALK SAFELY Ifs Ugh time for every person who sits behind wheel to

_of Okeechobee County You and each of you are hereby BO take this matter personal There are definite speed limits 'A.'
will receive bids on or before Sep titled and required to present any t ,
'c LIVE In
Florida traffic and concfit-foM.'Thne'
claims and demands which yon of based on population o ft
tember 20. 1947. on materials to either of yon. may have against the LONGER laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our t

be used In the construction of a estate of Axel Aiplnad. deceased. late State -* =
and local Police Forces.
.( Heonepin County. State ft Mlun. t. faIn
Gymnasium.Said the County Judge *f Ot.eHbobM
bids will be opened in the house, Florida of said at his County office at in Okeechober the court. mobile accidents. Your part Is to"cooperate by driving within r-8Ii1i

office of the County Superintend I Florida, within eight calendar month Q safe speed limits at all times. And remember-pedestrians t:
from the time of .
the first .
publicationof *
ent on Saturday,- September 20, this notice. Each claim or demand '. C*oar At ClOttlNSIt hare rights toot :rJ"asss :

1947 at ten o'clock A. M. Inquire PAUL ROBBINS shall be ia writing, and shall-state the : -
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place of resident and post office address -:' WAlt.CI.. wee lNM 'c-- 4
at SuperJnte dent'8 office for de- of the claimant and shall be '- r : '_
tills. The Board reserves the right Distributor otATLAXTIO sworn to by the claimant his agent or .- e0a iti' .n no* -_ ____-=- : ::;,: : < ).,
his attorney, and any such claim or SIMIMS putts oil ,, ,
to demand not .. filed :: "" '''}-$ 07 =-- -
reject any or all bids. shall be void. .
WHITE FLASH and 0.-NtSMVAVt MOAT* ', .At -
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VAN E. UGHTSEY .'" ASPLUXD. wets stars I1AMK "- : :. -.t
A* administrator Of th* Estate eft x.. < ; :
Chairman, Board of Public ATLAXTIO PETROLEUM AXEL ASPLUND. Deceased : -

InstructionATTEST ;'''7 First publication September 12. 147. ;"< :'' ........ be e:a..t.rd; D.a..=1 i : .,. ;:, ; 'I.'
h PRODUCTS. .:- ';c. .t ...... .. .... M. err ..
Carl T Durrance } Sanitation and mixtures a-.sdwtwwdcw.avi "' : -
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, f i / New Analyst Commentator.

Smith I understand has retired. '" '
. He is leaving the 140 acres he has been farming for 27 years. ;

: His landlord's widow and her son are going to work it.from ;

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"" now on.
) The last time I saw Moses Smith he was dressed in his F LiZZjLI _

"' Sunday clothes. We were both up in his former landlord's ra x

bedroom with some of the neighbors. It was a sad occasion. It was the .

. t', boss birthday anniversary but he bad been dead nearly two years. The ( '

: i r t room looked the same to Moses and his friends who had seen it often when _
; k y they came up there to talk over farm and other business. The former occu-
pant's dressing gown was lying on the bed his slippers were by the +1. .E>, +h t iyi..a.jYr\. n ,,?' oY} ,-1, ;: J''' ''--'' P'':
r r courch.. The boss was one of the landlords that tenants like. Moses told me "c

; ;' that five years before when I visited him at his white-painted farm house. LESSON IN WARFARE Army cadets and navy midshipmen ob- RELIC OF THE PAST Its 1828 building, old-fashioned filter** 3.

"I've rented from him for 22'''c served combat battalion of marines stage mock beach Landing opera and beterof enous display of merchandise make the Vermont CS5tr_;,, ;;
tion as part of operation Camid IL After its completion the observers Store an exact replica of the general store in grandfather dar. ;
; f-years (that was 1941). he told me of relief to:hear that he is going in inspected the phases and talked with the marines some of whom
,.<. then for something constructive. War were still in foxholes.
\ has yet to find a takes a lot of courage and skill too. IN THESE UNITED STATES

! fault. Whenever but it isn't very constructive. Neither

: .he he gets comes a chance over is night life. NEWS REVIEWJoint Country Store Museum Is
; "This Is a challenge" Mrs.
, "hel
. here to say
Roosevelt explained in her column
f 10' and 'goodbye "which Elliott and I will of 1880
but he doesn't Defense Pact Set Replica
, find fault. And enjoy. Every farmer knows ;
she's right about the "chat-

I I've ,made too. mistakes Nobody lenge.They "aren't going to try to raise Fear Large Corn Loss WESTON, VT.-Walk WNU into the Features.Vermont Country Storehert

Ii is perfect"The wheat corn potatoes or attempt to i and immediately you are transported back into grand1athej'sday. -:

landlordhad keep 14 cows, as Smith was doing POLE-TO-POLE $ For the Country Store,housed in an ancient building witl! '
i a pretty when I visited him. They are goingto : hand-hewn rafters and with its shelves littered with an amaz.?,*

i i-i i the good tenant opinion too.of continue raising Christmas trees Mutual DefenseJames I HEADLINERSIN I ingly heterogeneous display of goods, is an exact replica of the{?-'
a venture which the late President '
; -- as 1 learned Monroe fifth President of 1880 Vermont emporium. In structure, fixtures and merchas*.
started and seriously pursued for disc this unique country store museum '$
Ba hare later. Smith the United States bad bin say, in spirit, "
knew that and several years. Smith's 140 acres at least, at the inter-Ameritan defense is typical of the general store
- : which were devoted to general 'conference at Brazil, in which grandfather knew in his Yell
i was pleased, out it didn't go to his Petropolis Don't 'Moron9
fanning are only a fraction of the
August 1947. youth. ..
; head. He is a typical, independent
i( :s self-respecting up-state New York more than 1,000 acres much of When the conference agreed on a Although Jhe present Vermont At Reckless Driver; t ;YF
. is wooded and of which
i mutual Store dates back only to
r farmer. I remember he said to me aid treaty for North and Country
,.- :. f. that day. lilting on the front stoop has been devoted to a scientifically South America and their territorial June 1946, its predecessor of the It's Overrating Him : =

,"," !11 !i in 1941- -cultivated evergreen crop. waters and set up a vast North same name originally was foundedat .
::- i "The President drove over here which make up the estate. Pole-South Pole hemispheric security North Calais Vt. in 1897 by .': '
:r little Mrs. Roosevelt explained that she Gardner L. Orton.' This store later MINNEAPOLIS MINN.
a while back with Princess zone, the celebrated Monroe Wheal
. t< I Juliana. He told her about this and her son couldn't afford to keep doctrine was developed to its log- was moved to Weston. and it was in you mutter "Moron!" at the drivers

,:.'. .,, house being over 100 years old and mother-in-law the estate as a had.I country. place as her ical conclusion 124, years after its this same location that Vrest Orton, who just missed sideswiping your A

I told him about the well-water. It inception.This WASHINGTON John Sampson son of the founder reopened the car. you may be temporarily oTtrjjf
: ; noticed that the New York Her
';7 : had 'gone bad. So he said go ahead ald-Tribune made editorial was the burden of the Monroe "Kirby 69, (above) of Tennesseewas old-fashioned cross-roads general rating him, it is Indicated in traffic"fatality
; and dig a new welL" Smith and I note of doctrine in 1823: "It is only placed under observation after store In the summer of 1946. statistics assembled by '
, Mrs. Roosevelt's plans and .
i:-" 'walked over to the new well. It was tioned that a lot of acres along men-the when our rights are invaded or seriously police had nabbed him packing a, Background of the store is an- Northwestern National Life Insurance
; 100 feet deep. "It will last 100 Hudson "were untilled- menaced that we resent injuries pistol in the capitol building and declaiming theistic most of the fixtures company. The vast maJority

. '.'' ;:years," said Smith with the pride It mentioned that Dr. or make preparations for our loudly that he had "just'; coming from the store of the of our ghastly annual toll of auto:=

4 : you find up that way in good things Bard, a wealthy retired physician Samuel, defense in this hemisphere ." been elected president of the United original founder. Other fixtures mobile accidents occurs when drivers "
I that last are devoting only part of their,:
had a place not far from the Roose- Today the Americas are making States." were presented by nearby Ver-

!F By this time you have guessed velt estate where he carried on valuable preparations for hemispheric defense IN NEW YORK .*. Virginia Wal. mont storekeepers Interested in intelligence to driving. th& report;;;
?d... ;,s s that Smith in emphasizes.The .
was a tenant on the advance of any menaceor Brooks the project.
experiments which made an ton 14. just returned from
t Roosevelt estate at Hyde Park. important contribution to agricul invasion of their rights. The mu- an African hunting trip with her: While the building itself constructed moron rates at from 50 to 7ft.'-;

:. sK' ,: N. Y. I take It he Is a comfortably ture. Mrs. Roosevelt hopes to con- tual defense treaty embodies three parents proudly revealed that she: in 1828 and the fixturesare per cent of average human in: :
::.i': retired farmer now, living main points: old-fashioned it is gence. the imbecile Jevel is between
duct similar experiments."If had shot not only an elephant anda as as possibleto
- (0-. ( In the nearby village of the Airs. RooseVelt" says the 1. In the case of armed attack lion but also such esoteric creatures make them, the country store 25 and 50 per cent of average' andlthe '

...;r;:.: i f same Roosevelt name. And Mrs. Eleanor Herald.Tribune.udoes no more than from outside the hemisphere as a kongoni. two gerenuks. museum is not a dead lifeless af- idiot rates below 25 per cent

't y and her son Elliott fasten remembrance on the fact all nations have the automatic an oryx. a bat-eared fox. an im- fair. On the old shelves and counters Thus the report points eat,
have taken
:; i I don't know
i. over. that land endures that stabilityof right to meet the attack with pala two dik-diks and a klipspring- Orton has stocked as varied a when the driver of Intelligence
; who will live in the farm house. average
; The old Roosevelt farming is that of a renewable military measures. er. ,display of goods as would have,been puts from a quarter .:
homestead Is
. ;-" a museum now-bat the Roose- world in which seedtime( and harvest 2. If military attack occurs In- IN CHICAGO Mrs. Anna Metz- found in his father's emporium a to one-half of his mind on his ,'<

: veils have other dwellings. are still more lasting than dynasties side the hemisphere, American ger. 47. had bad a pain in her leg half century ago. driving and devotes one-half to '- ra
,- ; and dictators the new nations may go voluntarily to for 40 years, finally became curi- The place is redolent of mingled three-quarters of his brain t* -
.; They are going In for commercial farming partnership will have done, the aid of the victim with consultations ous, pressed the irritated area and odors of spices kerosene and cattle conversation scolding the children

' ; f;- ;i i farming. Mrs. R. said. Elliott hadn't much of value before the first fur- to follow. pulled out a two-inch sewing needle. I feed while dim lights are a reminder listening to a quiz program
. ; been interviewed since the senate rows are turned." 3. If attacks occur both inside of long bygone days. Ute

if. 1 I war investigating committee started I wonder if you feel the way I the hemisphere and outside the SAY UNCLE: Revived also around the old, hazards_or are admiring about the scenery same as -
looking into the Hughes airplane, do. 1 think regardless of the security region immediate consultations -
' high, wood-burning stove under
if a moron submoron were
and ended looking the other way color of one's political sentiments will be called. Ford Gives Up
the hand-hewn rafters Is the old he
'. doing his very best at
-.. and blushing. The testimony had a anybody who loves the
', plot to do with the night club-=cock Thus, despite the opposition of Abandoning his laudable if non- country store forum where people wheel. An average mind fogged
I soil can offer his well wishes <
tail-lounge side of some Latin American nations to the conforming efforts to stabilize automobile gather to express their by alcohol may have its drfv- ..'
young Roose- to this venture with
. '' I.velt's activities but the hoped U. S--espoused "Monroe doctrin prices, Henry Ford n announced frank opinions on subjects ranging tag capabilities actually at the
nobody that the
young man will do as ism," it appeared certain that the that prices on "most models' from local politics to the imbecile level.
end'a hole in his
war record. Even well with
hands in the earthas *
of Ford and all state of the nation.
"hands off the Americas" policywas passenger cars
his many critics admit that.Elllotr. he did with his plane in the records of the
4 truck models The
would splendid safety
be boosted from
friends in for a big revival the atomic The Vermont Country Store is
are heaving sighs air.
$20 to $97 effective railroads and the airlines would
immediately.It .
..1. .&, age. more than a typical museum. Or-
; I 'X 'X'' '"K ""X" was an average increase of 4.2 ton's experiment in a day when the take a terrific nose dive, the reportsuggests :.

I., Tragedy in the Forests I TORRID ZONE: per cent the announcement said stereotyped chain-store slot machine If engineers and pilots'*"
Corn Declines the rise being dictated by "the simple atmosphere prevails in gro- craned "necks at scenery-feminine
It'was a coincidence that while I necessity of keeping Ford Motor cery stores have or otherwise-argued with wives;
N out of may far-reaching
money trees one way or I .
-' Thermometer-happy Americans company on a sound economic necked with the girl friend or wen'-,
I implications for he is
was reminiscing the of reintroducing
on subject the people and
the birds and
the struggling feebly in the moist basis. the old-fashioned under the influence of alcohol, while jj"
Hoosevelts new adventure in the bugs who need to have' storekeeper'spolicy
1 clutches of a record heat wave The action' following price in- on duty. ,7
tree-growing my neighbor in the and the government and others who of knowing thoroughly the
could take cold comfort from the creases by virtually eve> r other automotive .,
goods he Yet the motorist constantly commits
I building across the street presented try to protect and preserve them. was selling.
; t me with a couple of typewritten( One non-cooperating match tosser fact that temperatures were being manufacturer marked the This type of store. Orton explains, these driving sins while airHy'::
defeat of '
pages containing some striking can undo a lot of his work. exceeded in height only by the priceof the Ford's lonely'stand makes it possible once again "for piloting his passengers wUHout the.
; facts about tree destruction. They corn. against forces of inflation. people to enjoy the experience of guidance of steel rails and through

j are apropos. I think now as we With abnormally hot weather prevailing All this gave rise to a disturbing going into a store traffic a hundred times as dens as: I::

.. move toward the close (we hope) off over most of the nation question: If the Ford dynasty is un- Nearly 30,000 people visited the that of the railroads and the air':
able to hold the line -
the 'worst season of forest fires in a grains continued to deteriorate from against inflation novel store museum last summer lanes ::

decade. lack of moisture and prices of both what if anything can? and fall and even larger attendance A probable 24,000 lives could 'fee:.:::

This period of holocausts began corn and oats hit new record highs. THE SWIFT: ha been recorded during the pres- saved each year, the insurance ,1 7

before the ink was dry on bills 3 September corn was selling at $2.45a ent season. company estimates. if all motorfzts" .

; ;passed by congress making deep bushel and September oats Oysters Lose could be convinced that piloting an,:'.

:slashes in the Interior department's a ;. zoomed to $1.0834. Oysters simply aren't fast enough Rural School automobile safely is a job worthy of
appropriations for fire control The grain market prices went to get away from predatory snails Pupils their best intelligence a foU-tin f,

'- i ;Many of the cuts later were restored through the roof following a department whose pace has been clocked officially Pass DessertsTo ba
;; but not in time to save thousands of agriculture report that the at .000363005 miles an hour. Up s."I
; of acres of timber in some J country's heat-seared corn crop '

\": areas of America notably Alaska. \ would produce only 2,437.000.000 the Plodding University along of Maryland on a treadmill fish and at Aid War Victims Wo.s. River !sue ::4

-: j. The sawtimber burned In a bushels, a 223 million bushel drop wildlife NEWTOWN PA.-As a memorialto
laboratory, a test snail :
5.:' ", single year In this country from the August 1 estimate. 22 feet and % inch in 11 hours covered alumni who lost. their lives in Still Active at 7f !

: : says my friend's memorandum i Although agriculture department and 30 minutes = a pace swifts World War U, pupils of George CINCINNATI, OHIO. An ohio -
>: ,a ; "would be sufficient If converted < K Forest Servtc* photo) officials bad hoped earlier thi enough at least to overtake an rural school in Bucks county have river pilot for more than 50 years -

.-,' to building materials to re Parachute Junipers are one of year for a, 3 billion bushel corn oyster. launched a project to aid pupils of "Ha" Greene at 79 is "as good a- ;
::: place every private' house in the the most important factors la getting .* crop to keep food production high Purpose of the laboratory' snail- two German schools. Recipients of ever.** .

.t. t-": clUes of New Orleans er"MID- forest fires under control weeks of hot. dry winds shrivelledthat timing experiments is to slow the the aid are the Gertraudenschule a When the coast guard renewed :-

.r =. neapolls. swiftly Here Dick Tattle near hope, and the corn crops of little creatures up even more. As girls' school In Berlin and the her five-year pflofs license for the '

: 1.,> .' i'U the wood below sawtimber dimensions top of 100-foot lodgepole pine Iowa and Illinois major producing things stand now. they're doing too Jacobi gymnasium, a.school.. for 11th time Lt Comdr. Harrr A.

f- .-.. could be manufactured snag, is about to be assisted by sections continued to decline stead much damage to Chesapeake Bay's boys at Dusseldorf. Voight reported that she passedher

," } :for paper it would provide a 23- Francis Luskin forest guard. ily. oyster crop. Pupils are Voluntar1Q- sacrificing tests with ease.

'year subscription to a monthly their mealtime luxuries to provide Familiarly known as "Ma.! MrJ.i:.

f pocket-size magazine for every food clothing and other necessities :Mary Greene lithe only woman pilot "y:
man woman; and child in our 142 FIRST VICTIMDeflation for the 800 German school children in the nation's inland waterways !

= ,"- million population.. Penniesr saved by skipping ice She now takes the wheel -
r "If it could be converted to rayon cream and dessert are contributed "Just to show the passengers 1 can
}_ i pulp it would provide material for to a special relief fund. cio It" Her ion Tom. earries 'i..1
.. (I more than a hundred new dressesfor a Threat to Farmerprices During the first six weeks of its on the steamboat line her husband !::;
[ every woman and girl in Amex operation, the relief chest amounted founded
:;:::;;i.' ica. to 1319.
Producers of farm Collections included pHotfag
regu- She into steamboat
: commodities farmers got
i ,, ; "In terms of dollars,. our acnual although strongly to prosperous may be particularly subject lar contributions wen hImSelf t
entrenched to the urban consumers and an almost unlimited to downward as money when her husband found =
[forest fire loss amounts to 35 pressures' saved
xrJBlon by giving:
present economy and up some item on with an extra boat and no skipper #
apparently demand from abroad eould While the .
. 4 dollars in payrolls lost to woodworkers financial position ol the
, ,. ,,- destined to remain so, at least for be menu. she explains. '
reversed in a flash. farmers has
and three-quarters of a bil- the immediate future a vast, general _
may be the The federal reserve board survey improvement
floe dollars worth of wood products. first as comparedwith
to feel the
group full impactof explained the danger of deflation to
?: The tragic part ., an this Is years many individual
any reversal of the current inflationary farmers by citing three factors now farmers have Future Teachers Instructed
'. ;. ;. that t eat .* li forest fires could trend. Increased their In Makeup :I
'_ ': 'i operating to keep prices high. indebtedness and the new debt il -
il'i- : Nine
be prevented. our .r It NEW
: ,-' That warning was issued by federal The share of consumer incomes written on the basis of YORK. Although it may the series students staged a style
.-' : traceable to human 1 sharply adovaaced
;-: :.: are closes reserve board researchers in a going to food consumption is values. not solve the teacher shortage the show modeling classroom ark :-1
: "y::: -- -to taeendlarlsts, causing more midyear study of the position of much larger than has been customary. particular, the report declared City College of New York believes other clothes for teacher. --
-than 25 per cent of all fires ta agriculture. Indicating that even in that,land values must it has taken a ,step ,in the right In classroom clothes one girl

y < L r smokers, careless debris-burn flush times the well-being of farmers Profit margins of producers and ins before much longer.start declin direction by teaching students of modeled an outfit suited ta fee
s ; \ ers, railroads, campers andwtodswerkers is in a state of delicate 2 Thus while education how to
', distributors are greater than the farmer Is enjoying dress fix their classical old wid'school teadIet.os
: a high level
: -. wh.
7# are responsible If the hair and -
.' :# t ; '" e the order named. present were to develop usual. ef income and prosperity a result make up their faces for a black sfflr dress complete with ;
:: : ? la
-.' into a tailspin, price fans in Speculative factors play an important of the prevailing Inflationary classroom; high Iota coEar. Other girls modeled '.i-
!'- ">, Fft,, t. >,-, Well those sure.the sentiments the agricultural commodity field 3." part in maintaining. the same forces which economy A series of lecture-detnonsfatlos .softly tailored suits with 'raffled -;
! an
; -r-:;;- '' ,;';,..-. '- :daln cih who is trying to probably would-be greater than in prices on numerous markets; now operating: to his benefit was devoted to teaching the students btouse an* tailored dreIH.eon }
.'.:J, : ,... a''"balanced" cooperation" other areas of the economy the re .'Consequently.'w1th any reversalof a lurking but altogether appealas how 'to look' l&e.as wtH.as steered appropriate for the lfled-.'
-. :/ :.- 1 lassoes the men who make their port points oov. Record\' returns to inflationary tendencies, food danger, : to his future security possible. be, up-to-date teachers. 'conclude. school nnsuxl! ;" '1-

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ijo Unions Represent All "Labor"? ffUVUcLD jfv THE tails.business KNACK Writ or profession.of today.making GRANOR money Postal in brings SUPPLESERYlCE.Dsz any;-ob.de

118J. l wUta, MsI..
firecracker words, union people write asking -- ----- -
MfMOSvfr 1J"
WITH EARN STS TO $50 WEEKLYca.nis. addrcasmf
are the consumers"? They then furnish their own Control of Insects Send lOc to cover COMPANY mailing.
answer, which is that they are.the consumers. With the sheer -orfaA { M3S Wasauttoa Park Ct. C j..c. IS.IB.

volume of their organized mail and explosive epithets from Vital in Gardening

such nebulous unidentifiable characters as "a labor house- HELP WANTED-MEN

wife," they are trying to crowd me into retracting my frequent New Insecticides and 4IIiI!. a MEN Nationally IN THEIK known 4Vm TO manufacturer..'..To represent(sine i I

economic analyses showing the.unions are working against the consumers. ism of maintenance materials coatings*
Indeed they are trying to convince me that the Combinations EffectiveGood paints and related lines to Industrial users...
unions themselves are large property owners and places ox bust.ess. ,
J" ;
labor because to and protectedterritory
all simply they call themselves "labor. Liberal commissions
gardeners and vegetable ..
Give qlla1i6ca ons.
\\ to producers.
Wen. Diet's look at the matter J ,, ,
more thoroughly. growers have learned that insect o ;;.., "" .h ;} background and reference In application.
I Liaeala OU ant :
There are 60.000.000 workers In this country today. The onions control is as' Important as good t ', ,', .' ;. ..... rains Write C.Rc..a1.. P.O BeE Director.'61. TaUskssses.FlaMISCELLANEOUS -

,only claim to represent about 15,000.000. Therefore they are not seed, weed control and water. .. X ;,._ .''OF-' !

'aU labor. They are not even a majority of,labor.' They are about New insecticides, new combination S 0 ....... -: [.

.ne- porth.' They are one-fourth whIb''tries' to monopolize the dusts and, better "sticking" S"""' -.

whole economy.of the country by'sheer superior weight of political agents have made ,vegetable and .. > 1y EJN f.ioO; -

pressures. propaganda and indeed any means a* their command. garden dusting. more popular and \....:.. .' '*' '"'. 1L,22e SilSellhqS ) -

Now there are 140.000.000 people in the United States and if the effective.The duster should be able to i;'t.,."::. '.:'&.'. Th. Dan*-To
unions represent one-fourth (if they have raised the same size families reach the under side of the leaves .........-. '!,- Wrist Watch value 11 i-
For Work
Sport. or Dress. Accurate
as others) they are 5,000,000 people trying to run 140.000.000 by any ....'.
:In most crops. Many insects feed on '.. Swiss precision movements. Radium ,.
means including intimidation. hands and numerals. Bed sweepsecondband.
Genuine leather band. Unbreakable
crystaL Each watch carries a
written factory guarantee. And only
H. 1. PHILLIPS 4 S8_85 postpaid. Attach remittance to thi*
I ad and mail toBENJAMIN I.
1. WILLIS DUirlblUr
.... 188 E. SSth St. la Ang el** 11. Calif.

The Garble Sisters Speak H .. & .v.-:4.t. | PERSONAL

MAre following the baseball .' [ BheuMtUm-ArtariUa. Why Suiter Get &
I you "Clotbiert Worried
. Oter lining -' proven remedy. A post card Will bring I
race this season?" Problem!headline. ir'LIII t' you information. No obLgatXan. K*.k's
Lab.raUry. P. O. B.z. .. f
'Yes looks 0
it like the Yankeeswere .
a sure thing. They're great The customers have been worried '. -' t .5
under' that 'over lb. lining problem for the ltt :: ._:,: a
: new manager Ernie "" Serve Chicken for Economy's Sake
. ,, I "I for the Future?
Bevin. Brooklyn is going great live or six "sars. "- (See recipes below) .
: guns; too." CAUTIONI : Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! B.e
: "Look at the way Tony Baksi and : : Chicken Cookery
I .Tito are hitting the ball this sum cannot buy a house ;0't Lynn Chambers' Menu
And there's nothing to rent: e
I mer. I'd live in a barrel except According to the Commodity Index Chicken Chop Suey 'f,
records the and fall
which rise
I'm afraid I'd ferment. 1 with Mushrooms -
" "What new movies have you Gertrude Flynn .. of wholesale Waldorf Salad Finger Rolls I1
seen?" S 2 prices, poultry New York.Ice Cream 1to

"The Two Mrs. Paulines and Paul Whiteman has joined the Type of hand duster effective in today is sellingat Almond Cookies
The Egg and the B dman' prices we, -- it
were ranks of disk Jockeys. We takeit most gardens. Beverage
good. I thought, but I like 'Brute his diet now includes laying off were paying in Recipe given. TO SOOTHE ITCH 19lfl

Crossfire and The Huckster and artistic ideals and using dignity the under side. In the control of 1926. Needless to "
the Bobby Soxer.' sparingly. blights and "other plant diseases say this means BlIS B OR TETTER
I that at a time Chicken Chop Suey with
I Quickly apply soothing"and com
complete coverage is important.For when other foods Mushrooms forting GRAYS OINTMENT with ed

DREW PEARSON the average garden a hand shave soared. (Serves 6) its wholesome antiseptics and nature 011
plunger duster Is adequate. This aiding medication.Nothing else
I I poultry is at a Cooked meat from 4 lb. fowl 01
duster should have a long dischargetube like it-nothing so comforting
low level. 2 tablespoons fat pleasant for externally caused kin
with upturned end for under- e'.
Highest Paid Lobbyist leaf dusting. Larger gardeners and With a favor- 1 cup sliced onion troubles. sac Get a package today. '
able supply and
commercial acreages are more efficiently 1 cup shredded carrot -
O F THE 700-odd lobbyists registered with congress under the lobbyingact. dusted with crank or knap- price, you can 3 cups diced celery

ex-Senator John Danaher. Connecticut Republican shows up sack dusters. Good dusting equipment plan to use a lot of poultry now, 1 green pepper shredded toIn
as having received the highest fee. and give your family something ofa 2 teaspoons salt
is more efficient and effectivein
Danaher. who formerly served as an all-round manager for the Re- control of insects and plant diseases treat with unusually prepared 1 scant cup chicken stock or

publican national committee at a salary of 25000. has now listed himself than make-shifts. chicken dishes. water S

as lobbyist for the Revere Copper and Brass company. It paid him Chicken should be cooked to V4 to JS pound mushrooms 1
Potato yields have been increased _.k.,k.IU[1Sf 55 .d.
$25.000 for getting the import tax on copper suspended. "fork tenderness." There is little excuse 1 cup sour cream JUST A GOMUCPAItIIlII
40 to 60 per cent in Univer- CASH IN MATMIRSOR
for overdone 4 tablespoons flour
la addition to the $%5,000 fee Danaher also received $2,000 for sity of Wisconsin tests by sprayingor underdone or SPREAD ON ROOSTS LUUt
chicken if follow the recipes 4 tablespoons water or stock
appearances before the house ways and means committee and before dusting DDT at 10-day intervals. you Utr.
given today, with particular care to 2 tablespoons soy sauce
the senate finance ,committee. Leaf hoppers flea beetles and potato
I temperatures 'and time for the 3 cups boiled rice or fried noodles

Since the copper Industry profited tremendously from removal,of the beetles beetles cabbage were worms controlled.and Bean most cookery. A moderate temperatureis Cook onion in fat until light yel- W/IuJSuH ? 'lTa

Import tax. Danaher's fee was considered reasonable. As a matter of insects controlled by best to use for chicken so as not low. Add carrot, celery, green pep-.
common are
o fact other lobbyists probably were paid much more for performingother to shrink it too much. make it dryor per salt, and I rc%, rn mi Inn III rim tr

jobs by claiming they were paid for "legal" services, not lobbying. dusting. tough. the 1 cup water. I RHEUMATISMNEURITI5LUMBACO I

This is one of the new dodges used by lobbyists which makes it appear Most people who like chicken say Cook until vege- : I ]

that some of them merely worked for love. I there's no better way to cook it tables are barely .: .

*. I Whey as PreservativeDried I than to fry it. The generally accepted tender and liquid ; : MCNEILS'
method is as follows: Isfairlywellab- S
cheese whey is added as a 1. Rub seasoned flour into pieces. sorbed, about 15 -

preservative in a grass silage'demonstration For each pound of chicken blend % minutes. Add ______ t REMEDY

Peculiar People in the using a temporary silo cup flour 1"teaspoon paprika, % mushroomssliced -- RINGS BLESSED RELIEF
Biff BurgSabbath
on the farm of Emerson Grebel teaspoon salt, and scant H tea- ( or whole), sour cream and

Beaver Dam Wis. The grass, spoon pepper. Save left-over flour chicken pieces and bring to a boiL Larae Bottlell.I'U!-$lRa1 Sin I II
promenaders along Staten A pigeon fancier near St. Patrick's mixed legumes was chopped in the for gravy. Blend flour and 4 tablespoons water I .emiii: In tin intent*
island's small town streets. cathedral explaining the varietiesof n m tin nit Jims S1 n tin*.mtift if,neidtii I
2. Heat enough fat in a heavy and stir into mixture. Cook until I. ... TLSItI4 asa
You'd never guess this was part ofa pigeons to anyone willing to lis thickened stirring constantly Sea im CL i muiuiut to
big city, Uppity dress shops ten. Fifth avenue window- skillet to give a depth of about % Add
to taste. sauce or servo
inch desired fat. A dropof son soy S
where patrons are served cocktails dressing craftsmen who plan their any
it at table. Serve "bubblyhot"with
should sizzle when temperature -
water LI:
gratis. The rich eccentric who latest creations in deepest secrecy- hot fried'nO dles.
of fat is just hot enough. rice or HOT-
dwells in a Park avenue hostelry to make certain rivals won't filch > Cat
Her idea of fun is tossing coins their ideas. r > 3. Start meaty pieces first slipping Barbecued Chicken

from her window to watch peasants less meaty pieces In betweenas (Serves 2 to 4) IWHE8.tl tl
chicken browns. Avoid crowdIng 1 chicken. IX to 2Ji
scramble. The cluster of saloonson Saturday croudt in the ice cream young
use two skillets if necessary. pounds cut In half Women in your "4O'a-t Does thin
South street. where seafaringmen todamalt, where you'll find more gay ; functional'middle-age period pecul
gather. They have labeled that ety tban in the silk and mink joyntt. 4. As soon as chicken begins to Giblets and neck iar to women caua you to aufier hot
sector The Jungle" .. Tbe retired vaudt magician who brown, about 10 minutes reduce -* Sashes tired nervous highatrung. weak
feelings? Then
amuses children in Central park with heat and cook slowly until tender Barbecue Sauce Plnktams Vegetable Compound try Lydia to B. 14C

The mellow tones of Radio bit$leigbt*t-band u-izardy. 30 to 60 minutes, depending on size 1 teaspoon salt SOT relieve thIs such purpose mymptoma! it* famous

City's guides. Most 'of them of pieces. Cover tightly as soon as $4 teaspoon garlic salt Taken regularly-Finkhain's Com*

hope to be announcers. A Swanky salons of fortunetellerson it is a light uniform tan. J$ teaspoon pepper against pound such helps dlstn build! a.TbooMnda vp >res4 tanco havo

cop who is stationed near an upper Madison avenue. Among 5. Turn 2 or 3 times with 2 spoonsor 1 tablespoon paprika reported benefit Also a very eSecttT Itt
East 49th street dock. It's a their clients you'll find some of New fork and spoon to brown and 1 tablespoon sugar stomacoto tonic. Worth trying

favorite jumping-off place for York's wealthiest and most respect- cook evenly. Avoid piercing? with 1 medium onion, finely chopped T1IAEJIKNJN11t1HIGHSCHOOL :

those who want to end it alL able people. An organ grinder fork. 1 cup catsup ..- e
Well-dressed Wall Streets-from whose monkey has a tiny derby 6. Add 1 or 2 tablespoons water V4 cup fat -

clerk to top exec-all impeccably perched on its head. If you give a before covering. especially recom- Ji cup giblet stock or water t'

attired. coin it tips its, lid.L mended If pan cannot be covered H cup lemon Juice or vinegar

-L-w ..L _.,iWALTER -L- tightly, or if bird is heavier than 3 1 tablespoon Worcestershire. GRADUATES! a!

SHEAD :: pounds. sauce me

7. Uncover last 15 minutes to re- Clean and cook giblets by simmering NURSING
crisp skin if desired. The liver and in seasoned water for 1 to 2 .t.1S

Strategy in the Economic War preservative.field.Whey added. to silage as a precooked may be floured heart and gizzard.browned and neck with becue hours or Sauce until by tender.blending Prepare salt. Bar-pepper IS A PROUD .i 1Sa'

chicken the last 15 minutes. paprika, and sugar in' sauce
REGARDLESS of how peace-loving Americans try to rationalize the Add onion catsup, fat, and PROFESSION! 14C'
state of world affairs, there b one stark basic fact Whey powder about 30 8. Lift fried chicken to hot plat pan.
pounds to the ton, was added to the ter. Prepare gravy In pan drip- water. Heat to boiling.
that stands at the bottom of it all. The United States and Russia are from heat. Add lemon juice and
choppedgrass as it was fed to the iaae
pings. for grftdaatei
and economic opportoaitie
engaged in war-vast, tremendously important political war. -many
blower. FFA members are follow- .. Huntington Chicken Worcestershire sauce. For basting hocpUaU,pablle health etclead.teR ,
What the outcome will be, the man on the street and the man ing through to study quality of sl- (Serves 6 to 8). -- during cooking blend % cup sauce .?. -

oa the farm does not know. Ne more does the man in high office lage'as it is fed out and effect on 2 cups macaroni and H cup giblet stock. Set aside -a wenprepared"none need*.e*be.

in Washington. It Is like any war Involving arms and troops; no one milk productionS H tablespoon butter remaining sauce for serving with wUboW a job or an{aeone.open anC
will win. All that be done cooked chicken.
can with certainty'which side can
say 5i tablespoon flour to gins amder 3S,Wah.cho4e.ndcoflee
is to outline the chief aims and objectives and plan the strategy Sulfathiazole Used Ji cup cream scalded Place neck and halves of chickenIn girle.0ask

accordingly.In 1 cup cream cheese skillet or Dutch oven. Baste both 'for more Information

this ,case' the ,U. S. aim. on the surface at least is clearcut.It Against Calf ScoursCalf 3 tablespoons plmiento finely cut sides of chicken hospItal where yen
individual and national freedom in chicken broth :::* with the diluted | n.Ie enter.V'S iaWNU &>
of hot .J
is. we are told the securing scours treatment with vitamin 1 cop : -'- s, .. Ge
eastern Europe. 'U. S. strategy is equally wen defined and is following pills or tablets does no good. 2 cups cooked chicken diced :; -.- sauce. Cover !

a definite course. Eastern Europe is in desperate need of American cred- That's the latest word on the sub- Salt tightly and bake .- -

its, goods and services. The United States in a continuing series of expedient ject from Cornell university. ThoseIn Pepper in. moderateoven .-14 37-47
.... (350 degrees 72
these goods and services
is granting or withholding charge of the Cornell work
maneuvers < say: Cook macaroni. Make cream ) about t (

as strategy seems to indicate.. "Studies involving approximately sauce of butter, flour and cream. -...... hour. Baste once im- Sat

Will this plan of battle be successful, or' does it amount to 60 heifer calves of various dairy Add cheese pimiento and chicken ""-.... .:..-'' ortwice. Remove d

nothing more than shadow-byline with Communism? ,Xo'responsible -. breeds show that supplementing a broth; r"NAdd chicken and maca- cover baste with I Kidneys/ :
observer expects any sensational results simply because normal diet with capsules tablets roni add seasonings. Pour into buttered diluted sauce and continue cooking hiS

the Communist hold on eastern Europe Is already too strong. Probably containing vitamins A. D and E, casserole. Bake in. a moderate uncovered until chicken Is tender I I Help Them Qeaiue the Blood ;;

the most that can be hoped is that present U. S. methods will ascorbic acid, and several of the oven (350 degrees) 30 to 45 and browned about 1 hour.. tI ofRa.rmfulflodyWsateTom !1
the Soviet Influence in that vitamins did not reduce the incidence minutes.LYNNSAYS. kIdneys are eoactaatly fflUrfmtweite .
at lea*t weaken >to some. extent.. Released by Western Newspaper Caloa.
or severity of scours." natter Iron tae Meo4 streaa JB tIddaeys ---
pivotal zone. eeawtisMe tag ie taeir work do ;Ut
set act as Katore tatMuUd-{afl to s.mv. ..
*. ; To pan fry is to cook in shallow ixapvritM $bu. tt ntai.... ..ypeaoa
Remove 2,4-D Residue taa systen aad ?M tae waoi.
PATTERSON Know Cookery Terms, fat In a skillet; This' Is sometimes body madliaV7.', _.,. l.r
WRIGHT From Spray Equipment For AQ Beclpe called sauteemg. Sysptoms Wad auy Aa.be arUffh" n*r el bsefcaAe.perMstent emaxader l.l

Injury to plants such as stunted To bake means to cook in an oven To broil or giiIl1a to cook over or ai&laU,;

{ of Local Government growth and reduced .crop yields, at- a required temperature. Use an Hinder a clear fire or in a broiling tae cod y loee e."el a fnfant pep nat f tK aervoeaaaxtety na-

I Rights may result when using spray for oven 'reeuIatoror, an oven thermometer oven. Do not pierce broiled food Other Spa of kSdse or Madder...

I AN that w1I1.100m. large will demand for the states.. That is insecticides and fungicides which. If.you have po other con- with a fork or" they. win loose their erdcr toe freqaeat are evaMUaMo oriaattce.Taere bmraiac.. -,aeaatjr or 5f

I in ISSUE the coming presidential election -11 the spending of state money for the contain 2.4-D residue. The most tro).. juices. is .t.a taaa deabt tkat es>ent proawktmtauet : Aeee
I the people development of,state,projects when effective, means. of eliminating To blanch means to dip in boiling; Creaming means letting food D .'. ?W..DN.'. aave U B waumeim
win be a return to I -' w Iriead far ... lien La ,..,...
{ the, rights of local ,and" state self the federal government can',be ,in Z..Dn7. residue is with hot water water usually for the purpose 'of stand at room temperatureontil'Jt! Taey-fcave --.. 1riIk ,<
; be I d ced to'pay the bilL Nevertheless and household ammonia. Bins loosening the skins., softened and then working with* .Ir...
icovernment. Strange as U may. '
J ia the light history, .that:win be i Just:why the people of Boston for the contaminated spray with hot water To fricassee 'means to fry fa a wooden spoon or' an,electric mixer .or -L
more Republican'than, Democratic TampU. should assist in paying for ; then OH to capacity with water afl'-.mcmtcffat; and to serve- until it is: creaaiy.Tks phrase. ArViDOANS f

;; demand.: that connection: ] a control of flood waters in the Lea under boiling and ammonia two tQ with a" sauce. often toed of butter. PILLS
; spoonfuls quart of water. .
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: Joseph W. Yates The electric industry has long There is always a good deal of
Electric Service & Repair Co. been the favorite target of those talk concerning the relative virtues
who would promote socialism In of "big business" and "snial'bust.
YATES FUNERAL HOME Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing this cuntry. It has been bedevilled ness" One Important and frequently -
by every known form of political overlooked aspect Is that small
.W Phone attack. It has, In parts of
Fort Pierce, Fla. many business Is often the training
.k Phone 789 Phone 789 C. L. Strickel, Manager the country, been confronted with ground for big business executivesand
_:.=.: ., subsidized tax-free government that conversely, training received .
Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. competition of the most unfair in big business often enablesa
t; = Ambulance Service *
t. Prompt kind. But, despite all this, the man to start a small business and
spirit of progress which has always make a go of it.
characterized: the,industry is This Is particularly well illustrated
as vital as ever. in retail merchandising. The

= i+ 1 t 0. K. Garage and Machine Service STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen i Electric A recent Institute release from illustrates the Edison that "big were businessmen'almost all "little in business-retailing

men" in the past. The major chain
spirit. During the twelve months
8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 which ended June 30, 197, an all- systems all developed from small
s- } Sales and Service time record for new connections of stores. And the largest department

1 f 24 Hour Wrecker Service Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen electricity was established. Duringthe stores,for the most part,were

=x : i Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92 till 8:00 P. M. first six months of this year once little outlets run by one or
alone, the industry added 1.102- two people.
I Dunlop'Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances Repairs and Service all makes Radios and 000 new customers to its lines of Again, many men and women

; Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio which 929,000 were rural and urban have gone to work for large retail
residential users. At the same stores in minor capacities, have
"We Service Them All"i Batteries and Batteries.
I time, the amount of electricityused gained the desired experience, and
for household purposes also then have opened their own stores
i set a new high jumping from a and prospered. Of late, a legion of
1'1' 7 I nationwide average of 1290 kilowatt veterans have been learning In this

. ; BRING YOUR hours per domestic customerto fashion, and it is to the credit of
Estate Insurance
1385 kilowatt hours. the retail industry that established

I It is expected that more new chains and independents willingly

14 Printing Needs : K. E. STELLOP. records will be set .in the future.To who provided will a be training their ground competitors for men In

prepare for that, the industrynow
-"', : the future.
has underway a $5,000,000,000
TOOkeechcbee 1. America has been a country
-..I'j O. Box 396 Phone 86 construction program, involvingthe efficient
"of where small business, under
spending a billion a year
and Intelligent management,
during the next five for
years new
Y { News Okeechobee, Florida becomes big busiess!-and where
= plants and transmission facilities.
that is too lethargic
the big business e
L -- The significance of tha enormous
to move with the times gradually -
-- spedlng will be found In more
becomes small business and
t comfortable homes, in more productive
eventually goes out of business al
farms and
in more effici-
; IN BUYING PROPERTYOR Burgess Supply CompanyEshelman ent industry. And, furthermore, together.and the economic That kind system of opportunity which
every penny of it will represent
I makes It possible, must be perpet
capital that will create
INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE Red Rose Guam. Feed great new taxable assets for every uated.

;, .. StJRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES unit of government -The electric '
Secret study, silent thought. Is,
industry stands for free
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY First Shipment will arrive Oct. 15th- enterpriseat
Its best-and after all, the mightiest agent Inhuman
the kind of
Second Shipment will arrive Nov. 15th pro-
gress that built and developed this affairs.-Channlng.
: Okeechofcee Abstract CompanyJ. Baby Chicks nation. It provides a perfect answer -/
to those whose real goal is Spiritual force is stronger than
L. BARBER, Manager & Tuesdays and Fridays the destruction of individual opportunity material; thoughts. rule the world.
In the United States. -Em rson.






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Puroil Products Ford
Parts-Service r

; P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 33 .'. Phone 115. J. E. Cone,_Mgr..

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n : t Modern Dry Cleaners Tomlinson Barber ShopHair CallCHALK'S _

'. Pick-up. TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each.;week.,. \, Chalk's Taxi will make long or

34.. '; : i. .- Phone 95 Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages Short Trips

;y :1-',_ :: Okeechobee, Florida
Loyd Tomlinson, Owner Day Phone 16 Home Phone 59-3

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,.; FRIGIDAIRE" REFRIGERATORS Mixon & Ellis Garage *' Are now in effect on all Laundry.

: Ranges, Hot Water Heaters Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs AN Work Will Be AppreciatedPickup

Bendix, Maytag* Easy! Conlon washers and Ironers. Deep freeze BATTERIES, TIRES,AND TUBES

boxes Wayne water softeners, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson UPHOLSTERY,AND HOME LAUNDRY and Delivery Every Tuesday
radios Johnson Outboard Motors Onan Ughtplants, Berkeley
water pumps. Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 and Friday of Each Week

L:. \ Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54 Box 153, Okeechobee, Fla. GLADES CLEANERS

'Phone 156 I
Pickup and Delivery
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err East SUe Gill Station Paul D. Robbins Owner .
Curing and NortkPark
Wrecker PHILCO
.; That Good Gulf CaL Service ''
Package Store 24 Hours Day Smoking MeatsAlso
c U-..or. -. Wlae Cordials .. LEE TIRES wholesale and .' .

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8 In Th heal: Of Town THOMAS I '
All Night CafeOHEECHOBEE StationPNQti'E
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