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 26, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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" Okeec'hobee, Florida, Friday, SepL 26, 1947I

7 Miss Sarah Howell -Jim Massey, Feature Shower For Miss r Rep. And Mrs. W. J. Local Red Cross Chapter Cared Fir '

I Writer, Tells of Plight of Hendry Left YesterdayFor I

i And G. L Sweatt Commercial- FishermenJim Thomas Is HeldAtCiubJBuilding West Palm Beach u-ny Refugees From Lake, Okwcfct!

:Massey: feature writer for Representative and Mrs. W. J.

Married Ft. Meade the Jacksonville Journal, In a recent Hendry left yesterday morning for Section During Hurricane List Week J

1 article describes the plight of West Palm Beach where Mr. Hen-
The Red Cross Is
I Forida commercial fishermen as a dry attended the meeting of the very grateful '-
A miscellaneous shower was Make I for the prompt assistance
::. Fort Meade-(Special-At ,Fort result of the State Game and Fresh Emergency Committee which Is Citrus Farmers Chen
3 given Friday, Sept. 20 at the wom- the Disaster Commute immediately
Meade Methodist Church, Saturday Water Fish order that has closed dealing with the emergency causedby Tour Of Pastures -
club In honor of Miss Mary upon receipt of word
Sarah How- St. Johns River, Hen- that a
afternoon Miss the waters of the the storm last week. Mr. -

15 c ell, daughter of the Rev and Mrs. Lake George and Lake Okeechobeeto Frances Thomas, whose marriageto dry attended the meeting held at Around 125 Citrus County farm- hurricane wa upon u.
Edgar Kight will take place The,Report given from the
(., W. R. Howell, became the bride of commercial fishing. the George Washington Hotel In i ers, on a recent tour of pasturesand City
Sept. 21. Hall shows that food
Saturday night, and shelter
George LaVere Sweatt of Sebastian Massey points out that the cgjru Jacksonville Saturday at which cover crop 'demonstrations
The club beautifully deco- I' was given
? son of )Ir. and Mrs. Alvin mercial fishing Industry w"just was time he outlined the needs of heard reports that hairy Indigowas approximately one hundred -
C rated in pink and white. The table persons Sandwlahe
f Sweatt, of Okeechobee, Mr. Howell about at a standstill as j resultof Okeechobee and Its people in the being used successfuly as a
was over laid with lace ,covered were served at noon oa Wed-
pastor of the, church, officated. the order and many fishermenare present emergency and this Is a grazing and hay crop and saw
table clothe and ,centered with a
1 if. The bride has lived in several in dire financial straights. follow up meeting of the one held some exceptionally good pasturesof nesday. Hot eoui; crackers sandwiches ,
huge center piece of white glads and
: Florida cities where her father Boats are tied up all up and down last Saturday. common Bahia grass Pangola Wednesday
mixed with pale pinks and fern evening. Coffee
again at 2:00 and ,
has been pastor, including Miami, the river nets are stored and men Following the meeting there and Pensacola Bahia.
ana four candls stood at vantage breakfast on morning
It Key West, and Okeechobee. She who fish far a Ivlng are seekingodd was seated yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Hendry l! Visits were made to Connell Thursday ,
points. The honoree Some
also ts well known in Dade City jobs to feed their families. went to Miami where they will Stock Farms, J. E. Rooks farm, persons from Canal Point
under an arch made'of palm leaves I and Belle Glade
!I, where she has visited her grandparents Commercial fishing interestsare spend the balance of the week attending W Kabrlch farm and Eden Farms. were served lunch
and decorated ly pink and white. again at noon.
'-r-! Mrs. J. C. Carter and the appealing to the courts for re Little Carnitk Kay Tomlinson the three day meeting of j W. E. Stokes, head of the agronomy At
the school house
late J. C. Carter. She Is a nativeof lief. Their case Is expected to be the Southeastern Shrine: Conven department in the Universityof Mr. Nally
dressed cupid carrying i silver
as reports that about hundred
Havana, Fla. was graduated heard shortly. tion. Florida Agricultural Expert
van and red heart was leading the and fifty people given
were shelter
from Okeechobee School and facts
i ment Station, presented some
gifts on a huge cart. The recipient and food. A o'r
t-: later attended Asbury College in Here Are Some Of received many gifts. Games were The High School about pasture grasses. Colin D. baked beans and hot other meal foods stew was

Wilmore, Ky., and Bob Jonea College Gunn, state conservationist with
l played. The winners were, Mrs. served There
were casualties
in Cleveland, Tenn. For the Soil Conservation Service,

"4 last year she has taught in Okee- Facts About New Morise Bethea Thomas and Mrs.Miss Edison Era Walker.Louise Boys 'Lost To Ft. spoke .on soil and water conserva reported.Sheriff Stewart saw to the' 4

2 chobee schools. tion. W. J. Sheely, animal husbandman -
f Delicious refreshments of tunna colored people here from Belle

k Mr. Sweatt a native: of Moul- Auto InsuranceHere's fish salad sandwiches cake, and :Pierce SaturdayIndian with the Agricultural Gade and they sent were sheltered at

trie Ga. has lived in Okeechobee punch with small pink baskets Extension Service, gave out the
the Court House. There was approximately -
t, mince early childhood and Is a filled with mints of pink and latest Information regarding tail one hundred and fifty -
graduate of the high school there. the ABC of Florida's River Conference foot- lice on cattle.A '
white served to the following -
people In the Court House. The
He served in the Navy three years, new motorist*financial responsi- : Mrs. Ervin Thomas Mrs. ball begins Friday night, September barbecue luncheon, served
Sheriff also had a full house at
and since his release has been em- bility law: Henry E. Hunter Emily Hunter, 26th, for the Okeechobee "Cat through the courtesy of the county the County Jail about fifty prisoners -

: ployed by the Florida Power and A-This law doesn't affect you Christine Prescott, Bessie Thomas, fish" gridders as they journey to commissioners and the Connell were evacuated here from

Light Co. in Sebastian, where the until you have had (after October Mrs. George Butts Dora Rhymes Titusville for the first conferencegame Stock Farm, concluded the after- Belle Glade.

couple will live. 1) an accident causing property Mrs. Edwin Walker, Mrs. Lassie of the season. The Catfish noon program, which was directedby There was about one hundred

A of music for Injuryor will be out to avenge last year"sdefeat County Agent O. M. :Names, Jr.
program nuptial damage of $50 or more, or Thomas Mrs. Edison Walker, Mrs people at the Seaboard Station

the couple's wedding was presented death to, a person. Fast accidents Hulon Walker, Mrs. H. T, Scott, of 7.6 at the hands of the and Mayor Raulerson and Chief of

I by Joseph Howell of South MI- don't count against you. Iris Drawdy, Eunice Thomas, Terriers. This year's varsity elev- Cattlemen Will Police Thomas saw to It that they ,

'. ami, brother of the bride; Mrs. B-After this first accident has Mary Virginia Swain, Elizabeth en is small light, and swift. Sev- had food.

Mattie Lee McCranle. Miss Kath- occurred because of your carless- Swain, Mrs. W. R. Tomlinson, eral boys are playing their first Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pitts advise

Sweatt and Mrs. Rae Boett- year of football, but should develop Use Lake Dike :
; ryn ness you must show your ability Idell Tomlinson: Greta Knight that jail rooms at the Hotel
before the .
Into good men
ger of Okeechobee. to pay the damages should you Mrs. E. W. Knight, De Rita Wat- were filletf and the lobby was fill

'; The bride, given In marriage byE cause a second accident ford. Eva Louise Bethea, Juanita season Is over. For The Cattle ed to capacity on Tuesday and l

her ,brother, Joseph Howell, had C-That ability to pay may be Boyd Betty Anne Thomas, Affable The line will be led by Captainand Wednesday nights. -.i.

'r as ber bald of honor Miss Mary demonstrated either by possessing Thomas and Mrs. Page. center Johnny Kinsanl, Co- Robert Allen reported on conditions .:

f Howell, of Fort Meade, and as casualty insurance policy or Capt and tackle Tommy Walker Representative W. J. Hendry re In Cypress, Quarters and .

\ bridesmfids. Miss Anna Jane In a number of less common ways. Dates Announced and Joe Strickel, guard. Backfield ceived a telegram late Wednesday advised that Conditions were not 1

,f Evans. Miss Alvyna Sweatt and It's not a compulsory Insurancelaw. standouts are Rollie Raulerson, all- afternoon from United States Sen- too bad In the Quarters. Several j'

Miss Bessie Mae Raffsnider, all of If you don't have insurance conference last year John "Snook" ator Claude Pepper in Washington people*are In need of roofing and :

Okeechobee.' '.. Flower girt were Lois novf' ,, you need not buy a 'policy For The Opening W%fard. in which Senator Pepper some porcies were torn down

i Howell and Carolyn 'Carter, oft or do anything else-until you Although small and light, the stated that; ,the War Department The'Qhajfter officers; :want toy :

Tampa, and tralnbearjgr. was,, Marilyn cause a collision. Hunting Season team Is full of pep; scrap and hIu :.&- rod,'"granted-permission:the-tise if :inb'.tMl1' "" -' ,.r

t- Mitchell." That accident -w1U.,bring you The' seasons '''opener against of the. North Shore of the Dike pies who assisted in the Welfare ;:

Mr. ;Swe tl, father of ,the 'bride for the first time to the attention Ft. Pierce was to have been played around Lake Okeechobee for catle of the people: Okeechobee ,and -
groom, served as best man and of the authorities concerned with According to a report made by here Friday night Sept. 19th but to be placed there during the surrounding towns. '

ushers were Carter Howell, and administering this law. the State Game and Fresh Water was transferred to Ft. Pierce for flooded condition of the land. ..

,E I Laurence Sweatt and Tommy 1 Every accident must be reportedby Fish Commission, 47 persons in an afternoon game Saturday. The At the request of a number of Veterans to Continue. .

I official Investigators-highway Forida be refused hunting licenses **. .
will :
Evans of Okeechobee. Catfish outweighed by a ten or
in the
people who have cattle To Receive Benefit "
The bride wore white brocaded patrolmen deputy sheriffs, }..OlIce.men because of having been more pounds average, could not
flooded area of the North Shore Bill"
and others-to the state In- convicted on law charges Under GI t"
game stand before
fa111e designed with a high round up the superior power Mr. Hendry/sent a telegram to
surance commissioner at Tallahassee. since the close of last hunting .
yoke of net outlned at its lower and -weight of the Ft. Pierce Senator Wednesday :
Pepper early Veterans In institutional farm !'j
That's another title for State
edge by a circular ruffle'of the ( season. eleven and thus went down to defeat -
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson.) morning asking his assistance in training under the GI Bill will '
fabric. The fitted bodice was "State laws are clear in this re- 360. Okeechobee never threatened '
contain getting the War Department to continue target full suhslstance under -i
Those will the
pointed in front over the full skirt reports spect", Drector Ben C. Morgan explained to score and their longest ".
following information date and grant the privilege to the cattle provisions of a law enacted
which ended In a long train. Her "and specify tjiat licensesare drive of the game coming at the .
fingertip vet of rose point lace place of the accident owners or not to be Issued to persons beginning of the second half. owners and late Wednesday afternoon by the recently adjourned Congress

was caught in to herb operators involved, extent of dam- law violations mixture of i he received the information the Veterans Administration
cap shape found guilty of game Using a end runs, re- '
and-this is the law's language Senator that the War reported today.
age, from Pepper
lr with of 'brlde"sroses. ,
a garland for the open game season verses, and passes the Catfish

She carried a white Bible, -"if determinate the individual next following the time of their fought from their own 25 yard line I Department had granted his request receive Trainees regularly in the scheduled.farm program classroom .

topped with an orchid and showered at fault"If conviction." 1 up to the Ft. Pierce 35 before a A number of cattle owners Instruction while engaged in :

with tuberoses and :white sat- desirable, the commissioner Commission records reveal that fumble caused loss of the ball. :All along the North Shore of the Lake
in ribbon. may call for additional reports have all of their pasture lands un- operating a farm. The classroom j
throughout the state 47 persons touchdowns were scored by runs instructor visits the farm of each
A reception was given at the from the drivers. sons were convicted on game law and tries for extra points were der water with no place for their the i.
to Inspect ,
trainee regularly ;
home of the bride's parents. All reports shall be made with were convicted the state 47 per- missed. cattle to graze or lie down and in of farm work. r

out prejudice and shall be for the charges since the close of last The first opportunity for the some cases the cattle have been progress Payment of practical subsistence under '

Red Cross To Aid In confidential" use of state officials hunting season. home town to see the Catfish Inaction standing in water for days and the the farm training program had .t"
continues the law. "No such 1
Rehabilitation report shall be used as evidencein I Recently the commission adopt will be Oct. 3rd when we granting of the use of the dike been jeopardized because the actual ;{ ,

ed a statewide Nov. 20 to Jan. entertain the Stuart High team in for! them to get on will save the number cf hour spent In
any trial arising out of an ac- t
Families In need of aid please cident" 5 deer season for 1941-<<8, however another conference game at the lives of many cattle. classroom Is lees than that required i

contact the Red Cross In the hunting days within the sea new field on Parrot Ave. Senator Pepper wired Okeechobee for full subsistence. The 'r
The commissioner singles out
Chamber of Commerce office. Applications the negligent driver or driTers- son vary In the different conserva- last Friday offering his assistance new law excepts farm training \!

for aid will be taken on from these reports and notifiesthe tion districts. In the third district Miss Idell Tomlinson and tothe people of Okeechobee -' from the usual classroom time re'J

f Friday from 1:00 to 3:00. states public safety and, mo- shooting will be allowed ev Johnny Pearce Will County during the present quirements by giving credit for :

,Saturday from 1:00 to 3:00. ery day In the week; in the sec- emergency and already he had supervised work done on the job. !
tor vehicle departments. (A'driver Marry October Fourth
Requisitions will be issued to ond and fifth districts, Mondays, asked to assist In some matters The farm training program lathe .-J'
not satisfied with the commissioner's i w been
familesi for materials to fix thelt Wednesdays and Fridays will be needed southeast wis developed by -'
urgently i
finding may go to any this that were
homes water tight again and other closed while in the first and fourth Announcement was made be assisting with VA In cooperation with the various h.
circuit judge for a review.) Idell here and
week of the marriage of Miss
needs will be taken be of edocaUoa. a
emergency districts hunting will prohibited the granting ofpermission state departments
The public safety department them. However,
care of as quickly as possible. on Mondays Tuesdays and Tomlinson and Johnny Pearce of the War Depart- It Is cnsldered. the most highly h
suspend the driving license of the First
which will take place at the
Wednesdays. In the fifth dlstrct, cattleto successful training program under 3
dike for '
motorist, and the motor vehicle ment to use the .
Baptist Church here October :;
Communist Organizations six consecutive days of hunting : the high the 01'DI11.. J
department will not renew the license the af be placed on during 3
Are Barred From will be allowed at the start of the Fourth at six o'clock In utmost More than 45,000 veterans are f
of the vehicle Itself at the ternoon. 1 water was of the urgency
season. now participating- five southeastern -
University i Campus end of the license year. of the I
All friends and relatives states. Number of traineesby
will be sameas
Turkey eeason Arnold And Mrs.
Both of these actions may be Noel
the deer season in the first, bride and groom are invited.Alma : states are Florida, 3$4; Ten- :.
Communist organizations will staved off. however, by doing any Virgie Mae Nix Were
nessee, 16,284; Alabama, 11,161;
second and fourth districts, but
be the
permitted on campusof :
one of five things; Gross returned to her Married Friday Night South Carolina 7,340; Georgia, 1
the University of Tampa, Dr. will run Nov 20 to Feb. 1 In the
Obtaining a liability policy
home here Monday after spendinga 7,311. 'f
E. C. Nance, president, told students third and fifth districts.
covering damages of 5,000' week In the Fort Pierce hospital Announcement was made this

at the first general assemblyof bodily Injury or death of one per- Quail and squirrel may be shot week of the marriage of Noel Arnold The Okeechobee County Cattle-
the Fall term."We from NOT 20 to Feb. 1 in all dis- 20. V
son; $10,000 for injury or deathof and' Mrs. ''VIrgie Mae Nix men are meeting ia the County

will defer permission for two or more persons, and $1- tricts except the third, where the Duck goose and coot season which took, place in the office of Commissioner room Saturday, i

any Communist organzation until 000 for property loss. closing date Is set for Feb. 15. will be the same in all districts Judge T. W. Conely last 1 September 27th 10 o'clock A. M. ;

Joe Stalin; allows democratic or- Displaying a surety bond Dove season, Dec. 3 to Jan. 31, Dec. 8 to Jan. e, with hunting per.. County night at seven o'clock. Mrs.Sylvanus to discuss ways and means of ce- 3

sanitations' to meet in Moscow i i written by a company authorized wm be the same In all districts mitted every day. Friday Harden performed the curing nOOd relief, and to plan for i ir

and- Leningrad and promote the to do business in Florida and for except in Dade, Broward and Deer hunting is prohibited this ; future water control and drainage

ideas. of the American way of life,** the same amounts as the liability Monroe counties where it Is set year in -Clay and GIlchrist counties ceremony. measures.Lai .
Dr.,: Nance said.Subscribe policy. from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31. and turkey hunting ,is tarred The couple
... l 'with his parents in the Pot persons interested are urged fto f
t Depositing with the, state Marsh hen season Is the same in Clay county. Gobblers only maybe home .; attend this Important meeting. J
to The News (Continued on 'Page"8) '= in all districts. Sept 15 to Nor hunted In the second district. ter District for' j .
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I. : I WIH. I remember thinking while I SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

:' you held me in your arms, that no
{ :: DICTION CORNER girl could have been happier than I

'c '" was at that moment. No two people Weal 'Dwo-P'iecer 3 Jerialile Qum,

> could have been more In love. We .

i: I \ OUT OF THE EMBERS Were-don't laugh, please-we were
.I :Jroct
like that fire is now. Just one consuming Shirtwaist

; ( .. L By NORMAN STANLEY BORTNER I other."1 blaze of love for each Wet-Jilling

;'. He couldn't help smiling at that.
: Jan really was in a state, to talk
; ;; II talk this thing out a while after their honeymoon. The
LETS like that. But it disappeared whenhe
bad said. "For good big house was too big. Too many
and an." And be had agreed. Not people around. Too many distrac- turned toward her. She was so
:y':. he tions from each close to tears.
enthusiastically. He thought other. So they had
' knew what it would be like. She moved to the cabin. They had "And.now. Will, look at us. We've

... was going to be very calm very changed a great deal since then. made a wretched mess' of things
noble, very much the long-suffering Not in looks. Ten years wasn't very haven't'we?" WtiiiIi

patient wife who will go no farther. long. In themselves somehow.But "Damned if we haven't. He was

.. All right my dear. If you want one the cabin had not changed. It nearly noble enough to admit, fur- M\
more talk. I'm game Just so it was precisely as it had been then. thermore, that It had been almost

doesn't end in another row. Seemed a bit smaller, but then time entirely his own fault, but he didn't. READY 70 SERVE. PEUCfOUS/ _
He became slightly noble him- always does that to distances and She might have agreed with him,
self..Now that It was all over with dimensions. He busied Himself with and then the row would start. He GET THE O. NALKELLQC

them he wa suddenly courteous.He the kindling. There was only one was quiet for a long while, and then COM FLAKES Jtf THE WHffE.

spoke to her. in a tone be might big chunk of wood. Enough for a he said: "But fires do go out eventually RED, AND GREEN PACKAGE

{ have used toward any good-looking little while. The fire caught nicely. and I guess ours has." REGULAR OfcfiWULy SEE.

woman not his wife: "Where would Jan held her hands to the growing "Yes. And what's the use of blow rM

you like to sit while you pronounce flames. "Feels good." she said. And ing on cold ashes? But that's .

sentence?" when the chin had been taken from why I brought you here to the .

p', She knew at once. She must have the room she sat on the sofa and i cabin, Will. I had the wild Idea that

r been thinking about that. 'Not .. I :
here. .she said. "Would you mind

If we went down to the cabin?" :
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The cabin. How long had it been 4

since he had seen the inside of that
affair "e Y
two-roomed f !.
> "t beside the river?
:. And what could
.Th'1S have made her .;
Weeks want to go there, QYv R

'__ of all places? "Not .. ., 14.46f '

J. Best in the least," he f
said.0 "We'll need JC
1 Smart Shirtwaister
Fiction "
wraps. IliffiSffipNSCHILDREN
M They dressed for 8204 \ THE best loved frock in every
This smart shirt-
, .:.._ the raw Decemberday
apd went out the west door. 34-43 waister buttons down the front for

;' Crossing the lawn she took his arm. e. Tailored Two-Piecer easy dressing has "a belt to tie

That was unexpected. And also a /fr SOFTLY tailored two piece pertly in front and two handy

little uncalled for, he thought under A dress with the feminine, well- pockets, which are optional. Try
a pretty striped fabric, used in
the circumstances. Why should she groomed air women admire. The

make a game out of splitting up? figure-praising jacket is finished contrast. e '
Thinking that, he stiffened and she Ysilkisnwd'ifyonr e
%t with narrow ruffling and a neat Pattern No. 1630 is tqr sizes 14, 15, 18. strong, ,
felt it But she did not release his
I belt, has short or three-quarter 20; 40. 42. 44. and 46. Size 16. 331 yards bosky children
'; arm. "Remember the first time we .v u?, ti sleeves. The gored skirt is smooth of 35-inch. when you (ire ,:
came down here together? she and easily made. Wear it everywhere them Scott'sEmuUSon ,. '
asked. with pride. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. every -' 4t:
"Can't say I do." 0 939 South Wens St. Chicago 7, HI. day Scott's is t
"The" first time we came here carried Enclose 25 cents in coins for each a "fold mine f i.
"You mean you don't want to. It you me through the doorway, WilL" Pattern No. 8204 comes in size 34. 36. I pattern desired. ohaCVelA.&D. -;
38. 40, 4%. 44. 46 and 48. Size 36. short
was after our honeymoon. And you sleeves 4',. yards of 39-inch. Pattern No SIze__ Vitamin and seergFbendiag JWuaI 1-;
held MY. Her voice was low asked him with a restrained, almost somehow we could patch It up. Try Send today far your copy' of the Fall Name- oIL Helps sound children grow right, develop ;
and uneven: and somehow queer. fearful little gesture to sit be- again. But we've done that too and Winter FASHION it's" a completeand > Helps ward off colds stroor when bones.they
dependable guide in planning a
"Oh," he said. "What's the mat- side her. He did and waitedagainvery .often, haven't we?" smart, wearable winter wardrobe. Free Address : lack enough A&D Vitamin
ter? Getting a cold?" nobly-for her to' begin this "Too often. Jan." pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. s i food.Many doctors recommend
last talk she wanted. The it. Economical. Boy today at
room hushed
after that
"No. Not used to fresh air I sup was t\ your drug store.
It'll be all At last she did. "This Is where for many minutes. Hushed, except P-hP-M( .('. hlvI M1M/vh l l tihfr{ l-hc'. '. r tiM1l l
pose. right soon. ? ?
we started, Win" she said. "Herein for the crackling of the one big MORE than lust a tonic-

mean"In?"the She Nevada did not answer.climate Maybeshe you this little two-by-four. Do" you chunk and the rush of air throughthe ASK ME ? A' quiz with answers offering it". 'werlul IEMULSION
ever think about that tune? chimney. And even that slowly
hadn't meant that. To speak of
the advantages of Reno while he "Thought of it just a moment decreased. The fire he had built and ; ANOTHER : information on various subjectsM1M1PM1M1e.N.M1M
he admitted. replenished was 'burning out.
remained East would not fit her I
Just like the fire Jan has spoken'
present mood. There had been "We were happy then, weren'twe .titiNhP-H-l AP.L.N-P.P.P.hP.A/V N.P.P.P.I Ae P.Ati
Burning out It was a simple thing
times-plenty of them-when the ? to throw more wood on a fire. But The Question 9. "Ahoy, ahoy.
-- s.[;- Important small niceties of conversation was it 10. Yes. The rules of racing in
= SHRUGGED. "Suppose we so simple to rekindle their
'.. between them had been for HE were Jan. But rm afraid we own flame? He decided he was setting 1. Do sharks have to turn over most states specify that no Ie.ne
A gotten, giving way to bitterness and haven't been very happy since." morbid. to bite? than 84 pounds shall be carried in FITCHINGSKIISufferers

,<': .' '".. recrimination. But he -admitted she '"No not very. And why Will? There were only deep red embers 2. Is white_ a color? the handicaps.
1" had never-been crude.Td.covei' his Do you know How did we lose between the andirons when she 3..H wtmucb blood is there in .

own remark he said"Has" the what we had then? Not that it rose. "I told you last night That the human body? 4 r '" ". 4

.... ": cabin been kept,clean? makes any difference, of course. nothing would keep me from Reno** 4. Who was the first presidentof I Fielding Record I HAVE you tried Reslnoi Oint-

"Quite. It's always in good order. Here we are. and how we got here she said. "I meant it, then, but- Texas after its declaration of independence ment for relief Its specially

r f- No telling when someone might doesn't really matter or even who'sto Win Til stay If you want me. Til ? blended medication gently soothes

", ; want to use it There's some wood blame. Right, Will?" do my best to make us happy.. We 5. What city in the U. S. is one Buddy Kerr, shortstop of the fiery itching of simple piles dry

_. l' there, I'm sure. And you remember "Right. He stared into the roar- were once. Maybe In some way, we mile above sea level? New York Giants holds the rec- eczema,common rashes and other
I .' how that fireplace beats Will." fire and considered that she could be She 6. Boston Tea took skin irritations externally erased.
ing was again. waited. He did The Party ord for fielding in professional Just bathe with mild Resinol

"That's right. I, 'do remember being exceptionally calm. Better not move; did not raise his eyes. place in what year? baseball. Between July 26, 1946, Soap and apply soothing R sino!.
: t The worst of It was that he remembered than he had hoped. The embers glowed. 7. In what battle were Amer- and May 25, 1947, he played in Relief usually follows quickly.

too well all at once. They "The first day we came here you "Will. I said I'd stay If you want ican troops ordered. to withhold 68 and fielded 384
t ,had lived there-he and Jan-for carried me through the doorway me to." their fire till they could see the games balls RESIN l OiNTMENT -

\ Glowed. whites of their opponents' eyes? without an error. AKOSOA?

"Must I get down on my knees to 8. A parcel post package is lim-

you? Is that what you want?" ited in weight to how many

:; I Glowed dully. pounds? Piston rings cost less then smoke rings!

I' "Too late then. AH right, 9. The first telephone operatorswere
CROSSWORD PUZZLE I dear, I'll be packed and on.my way boys and instead of saying Even boys know a smoking exhaust Diems

In an hour. Would YOu-do you mindIf "hello," said'what? burning oil.wasted power,maybe costly _
1 I I I I I kiss you goodbye? Just for old 10. Is there, a minimum limit to engine damage. If your car smokes it

times sake. I-won't bother you any the weight a horse is made to rr I probably needs new Sealed Power Piston

UorizouUl bdattas U Next Issue. more." carry in a horse race? I Rings.There's a Scaled Power Ring Set
He permitted it quite nobly, end ,- t specifically engineered for your car,trUCk '
1 Pen for swine 5 4 6 6 7 I it when she, had leaned and kissed I Jr' fall or tractor engine whatever the make
The Answers
", ..4 Title cf him full on the lips he turned away mil'sfwl model or cylinder wear condition. See <

:. :l.z.. rank U from her and toward the fire once I your Sealed Power Franchise Dea1cr.
) 12 9 Always Fate more. The door closed behind her. up.1. No a shark can bite any side Save oil,save gas restore power.

13 Girl's name 17 18 AN HOUR she had said. Well he 2. Yes, it is a combination of f Send portal Cor Hluitrat- ,...
14 Dread wait that long before all of the colors of the spectrum. I ell informative flee
" booklet 7
15 Case with oa ways to save
,z 19 20 going back to the house. No use Black is the absence of color. oiL: It's free end may _
(. open sides having farewells.He s 1'1 **** yoa lots of money.
more From 1i
3. one to one and a half
j; -, 17 Principal Sealed Power Corp..
;; female 21 22 2T IT 3 did not stir for a long while, gallons, the quantity varying with i apt. W9., 'ul&akecoa,
f' character frowning at the fireplace The one the size of the individual. '
19 Country m big chunk had only a tiny bit of red 4. Sam Houston. IIImlUll1 blllEIlIJi
27 28 29 30 1 3Z
Asia ness along one edge. The rest was 5. Denver, Colo. '

20 Less common cold gray ash smoking fitfully; and 6. In 1773-(December 16). -
,'0; 21 Deed IT 35 36 37 not pretty to look at She had been. 7. The Battle of Bunker Hill.

", "' 23 Dower right They had been exactly like 8. Seventy pounds. ; 4 qr
24 Latin conJunction ld 40 41 4x the fire blazing up for a time and {
then cooling drabness.
"I won't bother "
you any more.
e mechanism 44 45
29 Garden tool What had she meant by that? Neversee
e 31 him again? He realized suddenly -
4 9 50 51 52
cheat by not that he WANTED see her
paying bets again. It wouldn't be right not to. 6&frce"I
33 Homeless 54 55 You can't live with a person ten

outcast years and simply forget it, like that.
35 Cow's cry sl 59 60 Maybe they could even be good I \ -: ENID DUECKER,
' 37 Solitary friends after the divorce, and have i I'! I World's ChampIon Woman

. 38 40 Resident To restore 61 61 6J some of the fun they missed before. I Professional ArcherWRING
of a Without the ties of t
marriage, or the t
convent e_:

42 Honey-pro- restraintsHe knew he I I I l II i
ducing insect No. 31 was being very foolish l ,.
43 Colloquial: thinking things like that It was I
/ father 5 Molten lava 39 Relinquishes 49 Identical all over, and she would be strangeand

;.. ,44 Ethiopian Affluent of 41 Fictitious 51 Salt-water distant whenever-IF ever ,
title the Rhine narratives food fish they met Friends? Hardly Jan was I 'I
N x 46 Fabulous 7 Mountain 45 Arouses 52- Biblical out of his life for good-that was ,
L.' ;" bird nymph 47 Depression garden settled. a
48 Issues 8 Of little between twomountains 53 Tall grass
y The cabin was getting cdd. He i
-' 50 Member of width 54 Insect : I l'
-' the electorate 9 Den 48 Spanish 55 Constellation had no idea how long he had been

54 Deltas 10 To possess article. 59 By sitting alone. Wasthe hour up? He
t<:- 56 To avoid 11. Golfer's rose to stir his aching legs and considered
,:. 57 Compass mound Aaswtf U Fvssle x...., M hunting more wood for the
;ii<< point' 18 Peception fire. With the tongs he probed at the THE WARTIME
x->: 58 Pertaining 18 Island in the S A o S C r a E ashy big chuck and at his touch the
.-' to the' skin Gulf of Riga23Maleicat R o B A R II w E A S T wood which had seemed so coldso CIGARETTE SHORIME1
r' ; ,..' 60 By'birth E s E R RAP a I c E lIfeless-jumped into Games, {
' 1.. ,- 61 Toward %* 24 Serf E D R II h C R L A warm, surprising beautiful. \ SMOKED MANY BRANPS.CAMEISARETHECHWCE.
62 Entireprop-* -25 Archaic: you R C A T A L t1 P I '
A single touch had done that ImI
\; erty of a 26 To find fault
"> s A L r s A L I touch.
- .; ;" person. needlessly L E E L A Rt OF EXPERIENCE WITH !1c9I
63 Conjunction 27 Plane He gazed open-eyed. And then In R ,
/" 'r surface CREASE LIAEA quick bounding leaps he ran up the
; "ertkals Male A a R E s E T T o bin and into the house. Up the

t- ',:' --- 30 Vast age T A s P E C E I stairs. Through a door he had not
'. 1 "To pillage 32 High volley fi T I A R A T I R K S opened for so very long. The hour
34 Hamilton is
Beginner o A E D E I a P was not yet gone.;
,. 3 Twelvemonth Its capital
E E A T R A s ? T "Jan." he said. "Jan. You're as .
4 To make 36 Po.sesslnI
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OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday Sept. 26tl947

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OOkttdynJtt t t5 SCIENTIST

Published every Friday by the REALITY" is the subject of I A Home in A Hurry : (

F&? Okeechobee{ reGQesAnother

' Okeechobee County, Florida. read in Churches of Christ, Scientist I

E throughout the world on Sunday -
BRYANT BOWDEN . ..Editor ,

:I The, September Golden Text 28.I Is: "As for Gov't [ ( Greyhound Bus.That's !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES God his way Is perfect: the Surplus Bldgs-16'x48' Novelty siding.

One Year in advance ...._ .13.00 Lord is tried: he is
u '" word of the
Six Months in advance .. .h... 1-50 buckler to all those that trust I 16 windows, 2 doqrs, Floors, Sills, Roof, Sides. I "
Local Service!
a Real
Three Months in advance ....._ 1.00
In him." (Psalms 18:30). I Delivered to your lot-in 16 ft. sections for only (
Among the citations which comprise !

Entered as second class matter July the Lesson-Sermon is the $560. Erected on your lot outside City Limits
1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- I
following from the Bible: 0 Lord, r
Florida under Act of March II
choke s
E, 1119. how manifold are thy works In $775-16'x16', $275 Delivered, Erected, $375.
wisdom hut thou made them all: I 1

the earth is full of thy riches' I :_ .

NOTICE The *f lory of the Lord shall endure { iI I :: :

", for ever: the Lord skill rejoice ::1 I I .'

BUrtlai Oct. 1, 94?, Petersa'. In hi* works. (Psalms 104: :9

Service cfffce will be open only In a, si). NATIONAL SALESP. ",

the moraine from 8190 till 12. The Lesson-Sermon also Includes I ..-; .
the following passage from

I OPPORTUNITY PRESENTFor the Christian Science textbook, O.. BOX 1391 TAMPA FLA. 16 BUSSES DAILY
and Health with Key to
truth and duty It is ever the "Science j

tilting time; who wait until circumstances the Scriptures" by :Mary Baker ....... ... .. - --- NIX'S SERVICE STATION
completely favor his Eddy: "The three great verities of I Agt.

undertaking, will never accomplish Spirit omnipotence omnipresence -
omniscience -Spirit pOssessing PHONE 16
an'thlng.-Luthe.r. all 1 ... .. I
all power, filling all space, \iltl /_ That's
top-notch highway transportation service for
constituting all Science,-contradict s.
It is to overlook what '
common .. the kind
city. deserves.Greyhound's .
Y is near by keeping the eye fixed forever the belief that mat- r"i. jour % lour community really

, : on something remote. Samuel ter can be actual. These eternal I numerous, ell-timed schedules, "ith low
' ; Johnson. verities reveal primeval existenceas I 1 !1 cost fares is unequalled by any other form ot transpor ,

the radiant reality of God's cre- ;; i tation. Count on Greyhound for the best in service.

Y If one would be successful in ation, in which all that He has t

the future, let him make the most made Is pronounced by Ills wis- GREYHOUND BUS STATION :, =

of the present.-Mary Baker Eddy. dom good." (109:32). ) r -

The day Is always his who CARD OF THANKS

works in it with sincerity and
To the different fraternal or-
great alms.-Emerson. -A.. --
ders, the churches, the many

.: friends and to the colored people,
:_ It Is in man and not in his circumstances STERLING JEWELER-
:::.,c:,. that the secret of his who offered so freely of their time,

: :(, destiny resides.-Carlyle.MUa services and sympathy during our F-622 ... 182 lines (13 inches)

bereavement in the death of our PH.1010 107 N. 2ND. 51: rt PIERCE.rUEXPERT

'f' Alma Joyce Trumble who i husband and. father, we offer our _,-4 kI __

Is attending school at West Palm sincere thanks and appreciation.MRS. .

',:. Beach was a visitor spending the E. J. WILSON AND SONS WATCH, RING & JEWELRY

i: ., week-end here with her parents, REPAIRS
',- Its peculiar rl
Every duty brings
Mr. and Mrs. George Trumble.Mrs. .
delight, every denial Its appropriate -

Lizzie .Brooks and son,, compensation, every thoughtits

John, of Fort Meade, were visitors recompense, every cross its Al"udu Ill!

spending Sunday and Monday here crown; pay goes with performanceas

'S visiting her sister Mrs. Bryant effect with cause.-Mildmay. From where I sitmbyJoe Marsh |f

Bow den. .uunaimuunurummuiuwinummnuuummwutuuuuuunwaCLASSIFIED

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Chandler 7 6Mystery Chlordane,insecticides get the bugs without e .....
l ADSwmmauamaxatwsnimuumuwuunnwmiwnnuunwnana ofF hurting your crops. For truck gardens .
and children left last week for .....
here is the most effective insect toxicant e'
their new home at St. Augustine. i> %i-
> yet developed. Deadly to most r IAJri
the common
FarmsYep ,E
s. They have sold their home .here $
FOR BEAR wheel alignment and pests.Consistently gives kills of 95 to 100& "
to Pearce and will make
: Johnny balance C. Elton Weaver. Se- the number of farms in where our free. American life is Yet when properly applied, Chlordane TfRP55:
that their home In the future.
CUe bring, Florida. America is shrinking(by a quarter- secure. Where every member cooperates does not injure even such delicate crops

Mrs. Tomlinson and Mrs. million in the last five years!). and shares the work .1 i.1tYhat's as squash and melon vines. Residue 1:L t tEETPE!
,a.. Perry Boyd and son, of Avon Park,
CORN FOR SALE-$50.00 happened to the missing living'together in temperance and volatilizes :completely in 2 or 3 weeks. i'-f.>: 'i- ..: "
were visitors spending last weekIn per
Okeechobee guests of Mr. W. J. Adams Box '164, Pahokee,' farms? The land has been taken tolerance-temperance that prefers I May be used with standard fungicides..\\il
as in other farms the moderate like beer ,..
: and Mrs. Lloyd Tomlinson. Fla. Telephone 500. by increasing a beverage Chlordane is availably! in many'commer :-
average size by'twenty acres! and tolerance for a taste that may I cial brands of insecticides; wettable tr1blE a

:. Does this growth farmbe different from one's own. powders dusts, and emulsions. Ask 'T., -}
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Harden left FOR SALE Upright piano, In mean your "'r" ; .
Sunday to return to Tallahassee good condition. M.. O. KENT, ing's no longer a family enterFrom where I sit, our Family J local dealer for them today. Be sure the "YfR

where they will again enter schoolat City. prise Just the opposite! More Farms (and they're 96% of all label states plainly "contains Chlordane" 'EP+ r -' ''
families own farms today than farms) are something that this or "contains Octa-Klor" (trade name wF
the Florida State University
; ever-only with labor-saving country can be proud of! for Chlordane). THERE SkUkpU'7
after spending three weeks here .
NOTICENotice equipment they can more .
visiting relatives and friends. El-
land, more work. /1 /JThat's r II your local dealer ean'Uc.Ulwt 8E .r
Harden returned Gaines- ,
' phia to mo It should be.The family A III1 t not yet supply yea ,.
-- -
villa Sunday after spending the is hereby given that .u 1: .b \\ insecticides containing : ";.
application farm is a fortress of democracy OVfJ // r \ 'Ei" 11: 'i
I ,, .) )' 'Chlordane
5' 5 week-end here with his family lie was made on the 27th write as "" '
direct for the name of *
a Is a etudent at the University of day of August, 1947, by the Wes- Copyright.1947,United States Brewers Foundation a dealer who can. trfteWatfoUyg

Florida. tern Union Telegraph Company to ..... pift lasjana
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the Federal Communications Commission I fledk4 HYMAN & eo
Mrs. E. F, Dudley returned to c e
to close the telegraph of.
her home here Tuesday after rags 1 i D pt. Denver,Colorado
flee located the junction of State Gentlemen Please
the weeks In l send"ma more
spending past three
Highways No. 70 and 15 (no num- b information about insect pest eon-
Chicago, IK Her daughter Mrs.! ber) in Okeechobee Florida. If the I.. trot with Chlordane (Octa-Klor) as con-
Charles R. Lewis of Battle Creek, application Is 1I f/ I tamed in your free bulletins on:
granted substituted
Michigan Joined her In Chicagoand Y ( ) Truck: Crop Insects ( ) Ants
service will be available from 8:30A. : ( ) Livestock Parasites ( ) RoachesCook's =
made the here with her.
trip M. to 8 P. M. in Nix Cafe and
Mrs. Lewis will remain here with Bus ( I Name................_.._.._._.. _
Station located at the junc-
Dr. and Mrs. Dudley for several % ( Street or R.F.D..w
tion of State Highways No. 70 and t .
weeks. 15 (no number) In Okeechobee, <:;:;. u : < '" City..........._ ....w..State....."......,, 4I
x Florida. Any member of the public :7'A
Richard A. Mack, newly appointed 3 t
desiring to protest or supportthe
member of the Florida MAN'S primary interest e
closing of this office may com- -.l
Railroad and Public Utilities
commission -
municate with the Federal Com- 5h0al1 lie the welfare ofamily. I.b
S participated in his first
f.-: munications Commission, Wash- ... and for tKe future.
meeting of the body last week as now _
ington, 25, D. C. on or before October
". It granted five motor transfer certificates 16, 1947.NOTICH Tne best time to prepare for _. -
at public hearing In Tampa Chlordane Here
tI..future if today. Life ln ur.

SEI.I OP 1NTKVTIONTO UAMt nee provide p otectionagawat 'E_,.:,.,..::

A timely reminder to motorists Notice III hereby given that. Pursuant tLe emergency tiat In Emulsion! Dust
M !
comes from the Florida Motor Pa. to Nvtlon 15 tl). Chapter 20fiW. ? Or Wettable
Law of Florida Act of 194L and will face if Powder
,'SS trol which calls attention to the Section 117. Chapter 11717. Lw of your family you Formulations!
: f fact that the State's new motor ve- Florida, Act of dill: a. amended by are talten Consult Ask local dealer
SHCtfoo 11, Chapter :SQuVt.: Laws of away. your r.-, ... your or call or wire
:1/ hide Safety Responsibility Act beeomea Florida. Acts of 1SM1. and also pur. friendly Life of ...:
muat to Svrtien ".'. 1eDt-now, .L
42. banter :0I'! '
.: 1;:. law October I/ law tit Florida. Act of 1W1. a* < STETSON FLEMING & ;

'<' Under the, law all accidents that amended law ..f by Florida.bertiva Act 19, Chapter of 1SMX 22079.!and SONS

t ;;{- cause property damage of $50 or Section 44. Chapter 30722. Law of Phone M-1684
.t 1-- .Florida Act of ISMl. a* amended by ;
more or personal Injury be /
must itrn/lee HT'I ;
u Section 21. Chapter :.!':"m*. La'* *f ef/ Florida & Water Street "
reported to the State Insurance Florida, Act. of I'm, the following Tampa, Florida

Commissioner (State Treasurer.) ilewribrd Florida to-wit ldn
Within 30 days after the accident leg at MC ..f FW S4 It3.. ran X ( a' CHLORDANE INSECTICIDES
80" 4V. E 35.Nhft.. N 77o K 4.(IT eh... -
x k: the driver at THE OLD RELIABLE SINCE 1891 <.
fault must show to I'OB: from rUB X 71R {.sv *h., J. ,_
:\'. financial! responsibility by a $10- then. CIO.. ,.:! E K5 fh', S Too IS ...a.rt.ca-_ attia laFo.w1 Available In
W ,, Florida
4.73 the X Oft o2. W ft-0 cbs to At z
: \;,. ". 000 liability insurance policy, surety Rrg except: Conner II,. Ail being In
,: :f.- bond or" of reo 33 T\VP 37 S Rye 33 E Cunt. U INDUSTRIAL anA HEALTH INSURANCE CO.
: poesess property $40- seres mcrr .r kosI. Stauffer Chemical
; jj 000 net worth, or his drivers 111' wilt !. offered for **b> at nubile oaten Co. of Fla. INC.
'' for the fcirb *t ...t best, cseb bid. ,
tens will be revoked. .
nbjert to the
.. right *f the Board of -
Florida. motorist not u>mu.iunr* of Kr<>TgU. Uralnac APOPKA FLA.
District anrt-or Board of (Count l."omtut..ior. The professional politicians don't and the strongest possible man isnecessary. PHONE 2341
'" ;:.i liability Insurance and who cannot Florida, to. .or Okeechobe ConDt)'. like it, but a strong public groundswell ; .If, on the other hand It .
; reject any and all bid.. at
: show proof .of necessary financial thf' Conrthottxe. IwplnuinK at 10o'Ik -pl seems to be running in favor looks as if the Republicans.,can' win COOK'S
:' responsibility, can ututure A. }I. ..tt the S7th day. of Ontal.rr CHLORDANE
S IV Easement for drainajte of EIsenhower as the Republican regardless of the candidate, someone IS HERE.In
worry by equipping themselves and rtot:1aaultloD aad road presidential has long been identified
fi purpose candidate. The'General" who
with alit W Pe.rrred. : Emulsion! Dust! _
adequate insurance. Or
ncunn 01-- COMMISSIONERS OF record, personality and with the party will probably get Wettable Powder
The ,new :law is a public safety Ev1 lUH D&s uuNAGB: '
LJISTJUc.'T are very powerful the nod. Formulations!
: measure modeled'after the American -tut1IOAKP assets. There has been recent talk of Ask
: I. Automobile:Association Safety OF COlNTY COMMIS-SIONt your local dealer or call wireCOOK'S
EllS 01- UKKECUOBEK.COUVTT. Some commentators have observed an Eiaeahower-Stasgen ticket, and or
Responsibility Bill is designed F1.ORIUA,
- and that Eisenhower Indicate that It would be
will have polls re-
.; ;,: to reduce the" number of reckless I.lABEL CHEMICAL
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Sept 26,1947 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS -- '

In accordance with Section e of Chapter TO: LOETTA HUTTO ROBIN ON. BEE COCNTT. IN CHANCERY. the City Council of the City of Okee- I H MACEL'S SALON .
2372C. Laws of Florida. Acta of GENERAL DELIVERY. ATLANTA. chub... Florida will meet In the Council BEAUTY
1947 the Board of Public Instruction GA. CASE NO. IMS Chamber at the City Hall at 8-00 -
of Okeeebobee County Florida. .by Bea- P. M. September 26, 1W7 for the par- ..
olutlon adopted August 4. 1M7. has You are hereby required to file your B. W. THOMAS pose .f reviewing and equalizing the
for the purpoae of nominating and written appearance in my, office in ruiutift City Tax Assessment Roll for the year : REDECORATED AND READY TO
sleeting County Board Members dl- Okeech bfoe. Florida,_ on or before the of 1W7. aa prepared by the City Tax
Tided the County .f Okeeehobee Into sixth (6th) day of October. 1947. to vs.WILLIAM S. BENNETT et ala Assessor. SERVE YOU. i
five County Board Member resident district the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed Defendant ANY and ALL PERSONS having i .
*. the boundaries of which are against yon by Marvin W. Robinson any objections to the valuations placedon IN i i
described as follows: in Circuit Court. Okeechobee County SOT TO QUIET TITLE their property by the City Tax
DISTRICT >O. 1 Beginning at Florida In default whereof Decree Pro APPEAR As eMor. aa shown by the As- O LOBBY SOUTHLAND HOTEL i
Confessa will be entered against yon; tsment Roll are bereby notified to
of the East
the Intersection Boun- the file their objection
Okeecbobee News is hereby designated with the div
dary of State Highway No.' 15 and as the new paper In which this TilE STATE OF FLORIDA: Clerk er to appear in person before ANNIE LTJ MORROW Mgr. i ila I
tbe North boundary ef State Highway To AMlllain S. Bennett and his wife the City Council
Order shall be published once a week at said meeting on the .
>o. 70 end runs South,- along for four successive week. whew addnla 722: Prospect Avenue, aforesaid date. I
boundary of State Highway Buffalo N. Y.. Andrew Bennett and Phone
East 60-1 Okeechobee Fla.0DR
Witness band and official seal I
No. 15 to the 17 foot water Iud at Okeeehobe my florida. this the 3rd his wife, whose address la 2SO Main SU Z., K.: WILLIAMS ,
of Lake Oteeehobee: thence meandering day of September A. D. 1947. Buffalo. X. Y.. M W. Benjamin and his President, City Council

the 17 foot water level line wife, whose address la Penobaeot Bulldng. ATTEST: Lorena Pearce : : - : : '
In a Southwesterly direction to the MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD. Detroit Michigan J. J. Sexton and City Clerk 1
Kiisimmee River; thence In a Clerk Circuit Court Okeecbobee: bU wife, whose address la 24 Hamilton
orthwesterly direction along the Connty Florida. Blvd., Kenmore. N. Y. John P.. Becker Okeechobee.: Florida ,
East bank of the Klsslmmee Biter and his wife whoa address is unknown -
boundary of .State and his wife
to tile North Edward 3. Ryan
Highway No. 70: thence Eaat. along: (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) whose address is 112 Deieron SU Buf- Notice la
the North boundary of State Highway G. C. DURRANCE. alo. N. Y, George E. Parker and JnleJ. hereby given that application MILITRII'
No. 10. to u> point oC begin.clnj. Attorney for Plaintiff. Parker his wU. whose address !. August was 1947 made, by oa the the Western 27th day Union of \ "

Okeechobee. Fla.NOTICE. Buffalo N Y. Joseph H. TeUor and Telegraph Company to the Federal !
DISTRICT NO. S Beginning at his wlf whose address ii 239 London Communications CommiiiSon
Mab l Grant whose to close __.. !
Buffalo N. Y.
St. the
of Section 24 telegraph office .
located the -
the Jfortheiit cornet Ave. ForstHtus june
: TO APPEAR is 13 Colonial
Township 87 South Bane M East. address tion of State Highways No. 70 and 13
N. Y, Marshall N. ST. PETERSBURG
South en line dividing Lone Island Jjo number) in Okeecbobee. Florida. n FLORIDAFlorida's
and runs THE
STATE OF FLORIDA: limit and Gertrude Hunt. his wife i if the
Countiesto application la
and Okeechobee granted substii -
Martin TO: MILDRED STRICKLAND. whose address la 631 Bingham Ave.. toted
17 foot water level of Lake service will be available from
and Palin
Okeecbobee; thence meandering the GENERAL DELIVERY. JACKSONVILLE Saolte Ste. Marie, Mich., West Palm 8:30 A. M. to 8 P. M in MX Cafe and ,1 only Resident Military
17 foot water level line In a North. teach Cadillac Company of said Baa Station located at the Junction of Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Unit
and if any persons
FLORIDA. Beach. Florida number
) in
westerly direction to the Eutboundal'J' Okeechobee Florida. Any
of State Highway 15. be dead to their unknown spouses, State Highways No. 70 and 15 (no
Is also the East boundary of Ton are hereby required file your lelrs advisees legatees or grantees; member of the public desiring to pro. Member -
which written appearance In my office in and to aU persons having or claimingan test or 4.
support the
Parrot Avenue: thence along described closing of this office Southern Association of
Okeechobee. before the in following
East boundary aforesaid to Florida on or Interest the may communicate with the Federal Colleges
the North boundary of State Highway Sixth Day of 'October. A. D. 1947. to ands situate lying and being in the Communications CommUslon. Wasbingtoa. and Secondary School
the the bill of filed State of FlorlaLots"Tt2. -
No. 20 thence East to the pointof complaint for divorce County of Okeechobee 25., D. C. on or before September )
against ;yea by M. C. Strickland in 25. 19t7. and
beginning. Circuit: Court. Okeechobee County 5. 8 7 8 11 12: 13 16 17 IS Association of
DISTRICT NO. Beginning at Florida in default whereof Decree Pro 19 20 21 22 25 and 26 of Block 26. Conner NOTICE Military Colleges*
Confesso will be entered against you. Highland a* per plat thereof recorded and Schools of the United States .
the Northeast corner of Section 1.To..nahlp The Okrechobee News Is hereby designated in Plat Book 1, Page 21 of the ",
33 Sooth. Range 33 East a* the new papr In which this Public Records of Okeechobee County., Notice is hereby given that on
and runs South along range line to order shall be published once a week: Florida and after Highest Government Rating ;
tbe Southeast corner of Section 36. for four consecutive weeks. Said lots lying la and comprising a this date I will not be '

Township 35 South. Range 33 East; Witness my band and official seal I part of Sa of Section 9, Township 37 responsible for any debts or obligations -1 I
thence run East along Township at Florida this the 3rd South, Range S3 Kait. : ; An Accredited _

line to tbe East boundary of State orS:; b A. D. 1917. I GREETING: a of my wife _Sirs, Minnie: h r University', Preparatory School? t
Road No. 13, as now located; Retcher _
f thence In a Southerly direction MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELDClerk B. W. Thomas having filed Ma sworn .
along the East boundary of said of Circuit Court. Bill of Complaint in this salt the nature Dated at Okeechobee Fla., Sep- ,'-'' Limited Enrollment 1,
Mate Uoad No. 13 to the Inerseetloa OKEECUOBEE COUNTY FLA. and purpose of which ia to deter tember ,
."f laid Road with the North By CONNIE W. RAULERSOX. D. C. mine tbe title of the Plaintiff to the 5. 1947t
boundary of State Highway No. 70, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) land hereinaboTe described to be a HENRY REICHERT .t IL 1F Separate Junior Department :j l
which la also intersection of Par- G. C. URR.ANCE. rood and sufficient absolute fee simile ,
title, to have all claims and interests -
rot Avenue and North Park StreetIn Attorney For Plaintiff.'
the City of Okeecbobee: thence Okeechobee. Florida of the Defendants, and each of For Information Address : ,:
run West along the North boundary hem, in and to said lands passed Starts Relief In O Seconds ,
of State Highway No. 70 to NOTICE upon and determined to remove clouds Col. Walter. B. Mendel, President. '
.. upon the Plaintiffs title to said land from AH 6 usual A* -
the Kl* Immee River; thence Northwesterly v Florida Military Academy, -
along the East Bank of Notice is hereby given that the Board to quiet and confirm the plaintiffsitle '
the Kis lmmee Biter to the Intersection .t ,County Commissioners of Okeecho thereto and in which Bill of Com iq% xNt d<:; M St. Petersburg, FloridaFlorida's
of the township line dividing bee County. Florida will receive ten- plaint the Plaintiff states that be believes r
Okeechob and Osceola Counties lers for tbe purchase of the following there are persons Interested in L
; thence East along Townshipline motor vehicle equipment: the land herein Involved and herein- 'j COLD PRIPARATION '
of 2 1 1 above described, and having named Leading Military Academy }
to the point beginning. -2 or 2 ton trucks, having dual f TAIUTS Ot UQUID
herein certain persons aa known byname
wheels. 8x25 with
tires hydraulic
DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at Established nOB
hoist and flat dump body. Both truck to him, the said Plaintiff but as ItLIt. aobauGteld
the Korfbeast corner of Section 1. to have a wheel base of 137 Inches.: not known by him. the said Plaintiff
Township- Sooth Range 36 East Maid tenders to be open in tbe Commissioners whether any of said persona are deador e-
and runs South to the Southeast Room In the Courthouse in alive, and aa believed by him the I.
corner of Section 13, Township 27SoBth the City of Okeettaobee. Florida at said l>Plaintiff if living to be interested
Range 30 East; thence West 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day of October In said lands and if dead to hare been
along Section line to the Intersection 1947. interested therein.
The Board reserve the right to
of State Highway No. 15 and reject any and all bids. And having made all persons havingor i-

of tile and State Okeecbobee North intersection Highway: Park No.thence Street of 70 Parrot which In In a tbe.Avenue North is City also Board Signed of County C. E. Dravrdy Commissioners., Chairman. Complaint parties claiming defendant; any interest to the in said said Bill lands of ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS fsen d

erly direction along the East boundary And baring demanded from the Clerkof
of State Highway No. 15. to i Circuit Court of Okeeehobe County M
the North Boundary of Section 3, NOTICE Florida, the making of an order re.
Township 30. South Range 35 East; quiring such persons and parties to CONCRETE FOUNDATIONSFLOORS
thence East along Township line Notice Is hereby given that the Board appear to the said Bill of Complaintupon
t. point of beginning.DISTRICT of County Commissioners of Okeecho- a day not less than twenty-eight Is
bee County Florida will receive tenders nor more than sixty days from the
NO. S Beginning: at the for tbe purchase of the following date of the making of said order;
Northwest corner of Section WALKS DRIVES Ee
6. equipment for the office of Tax Assessor IT IS. TIIEUtFOUE. OUDEUED ETC.
Township 33 South Range 34 East
: that each and every one of the Defendants -
aDd runs East to the Northeast 1 flat surface accountingwritingmachine above named designated and
corner of Section 1. Township 33 CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS
to be used In preparing Coun- specified are hereby required to ap-
South Range 33 East thence
; run ty Tax Rolls. war herein to the Plaintiffs Bill of
South on lunge line to tbe North-
west corner of Section 6.. Townsbp Said tenders to be opened in the ("omplalnt herein filed, on the TWENTY chin
W Noah Range 36 East thence Commissioners Room In the Courthouse -SECOND (22) Day of !September
ran Kait, along Township Line, to in the City of Okeechobee. FlorIda \. D. 1JM7, and that this order be published Mixed and Poured on Job Site
In The Okeecbobee News' a
the Northeast' corner ..f Section 1. at 10:00 a. m. on the 6th day of .
Township 34 South. Range 36 East; ()October 1947 The Board reserves the newspaper of general circulation pubiahed
thence run South: along range linedividing right to reject any and'.U bi4_ in Okeechobee County. Florida. I t
once a week for four consecutive .. .
Okeechobee and St. L.ucl -
"t'ouatlea to the Southwest corner Signed. C. E. Drawdy, Chairman, weeks. -' R
I of Section 36. Board of County Commissioners. WITNESS my hand as Clerk: and the D. :
Range Srt East;TOt'b:=par along Seal of said Court this 20th' day of WALKER 9? .
D. 1JK7. ,
August, A. : :
Township line to the Southwest < l
With feed short and
l'J corner of Section 31, Township 35South MABEL RAULEKSON SHEFFIELDClerk P. O. BOX 1145
i Bang 34 East; thence run feed prices high, it is more im- blLSeb
of Circuit Court. Okeecbobee
North along range line to the portant than ever, to control rats. County, Florida. FLA.

point of beginning. (Circuit Court Seal) PHONE 211HIGHWAYS .

Box SOS Okeechobee. Fla. ere
By VAN E. LIOHTSEY.Chairman..
Attorney for Plaintiff
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(SEAL) September 19 1947. /
pursuant to" Section 9 of Chapter
NOTICE or INTENTION TO 18294 Laws of Florida. Acts of 183X t
BELL LAND known as the MURPHY ACT. and In
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuance of Chapter 20658. Laws ofFlorida. da:
pursuant to Section 13 (I), fhapterStKBa. Acts of 1941. known as the cat
sad Section 67. Chapter 14717. Laws ACT the following described jean
of Florida. Acts of 1931 fc. amended land situated in Everglades Drainage
bv 20638. ol District In Okeechobee County Florida
11. Chapter
ot: iIOc of 1941. and Jwo will be offered for sale at public

suant to Section 42. Chapter 20722. outcry. for tbe highest and best cash
Laws of Florida.. Acts of 1M1. as bid subject to the right of tbe Trustees
amended 22079 of the Internal Improvement
bv Section 19. Chapter
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943 andSection Fund and of the Board of Commissioners ( l- tb
44. Chapter 20722. Laws of of Everglades Drainage District e
Florida, Acts of 1941. as amended by to reject any and all bids,. at the PI
Section %1., Chapter 22079. Law of Courthouse beginning at 10-00
Florida Acts of 1943. the following o'clock A. M" on the 20th day of Oc-
described lands la Okeechobee County, tober. 1M7. A* to all parcels of land
Florida to-wlt: .f ten acres or more title to onehalfof

Lota 4 to 9 IDC. Block 6. Riverside petroleum and three-fourths of' ut
Park. other minerals will be reserved by o :
Lots 23 to 26, Block 29, City of Okeecbobee. Trustees of the Internal Improvement .
Fund. Easements for road right ef ,3

l..ts 1 Riverside Park war 200 feet wide will be reserved by -
and 2. .Block :3, said Trustees from act
Addition. any parcel throajrhwhich
there la an existing state road .
: J.
wm be offered for late at pnolfe eatery and kED
easement for
for the highest and bent cash tU. drainage and
subject Board ofCeromlaaloners reclamation and for road purposes
to the right of the
of Everglade Drain will be reserved by the Board of :

ago District and/or Board of County CAI Commissioner of Everglades Drainage I!
(Commissioner of Okeechobee County.Florida. ... District 1on.
to reject any and all bid. DeocrlpUen
at the Courthouse, beginning at 10 KM Lots 1, 2 3. 10 11 and 12-Block ft- .
o'clock A. M. on the 20th- day of Oeto- FtiJ-v PI1.rt2 n'nnlde Park. > '- 1' ;;', .
ber, 197. Easement for drainage and TRUSTEES Or THE INTERNAL : enatt
reclamation and road purpose will b e IMPROVEMENT FUND


BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IferV o real thus cov By Mabel RMlersen Sheffield. Aft.
OF OKEECUO- for Trustees of the Inter \ ,e.re
BEE! COUNTY FLORIDA. er. Whenever your car nal Improvement Fund and :- \

By hobo K..._B-SbctfUld. d > lubrication .for f Board of Commissioners Speed the nation' mania to get there quicker, or beat the .
of n.. a Everglades Drainage Dis
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Okeeehobe County Florida, trict. Okeechobee County, other fellow to It, Is our greatest menace of the highways -
oil tare battery .
aa agent for said Board chang; or Florda One oat of three Accidents are caused by unsafe speeding.

By Connie W, Ranlerson. sorvtco lust give us a call. NOTICE Hite)
Deputy Clerk TO CREDITORSIN Auto traffic accident fatalities are Increasing at an alarm

I Wo'H com over for your THE>> .COURT OK" ECIIO OF THE F.E COUNTY CorXTYjrriMJE. Ing rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten ftllet

car. do the fob .. and FLORID IN PROBATE. > months of 1946. This is an Increase of 22% orer a like period
Notice bring If bade to youlPAUL DECEASED.TO : ESTATE. OF AXEL ASPLTJXD' Mr. Pedestrian- In 19& In that year there were 641 fatalities of wfaicb 195, useaid


that the Board of Public Instruction AGAINST HIVING CLAIMS RAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS lA WAtk SAFELY IPs high time for every persan who alb behind a wheel to

of Okeecbobee County,Florida, You and each of you are hereby 11&, take this matter personally. There are definite speed limits .

I will receive .bids ou or before ,September claims rifled and and required demands to which present yea any of LIVE in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These dfrr

20, 1947 on material to either of you may have against the LONGER laws are made to be obeyed-and will be enforced estate ef Axel Asplnnd. deceased late
.i! ** Used In the construction of a 1 of Heanepin County. State of )Mina to State and local Police Forces. .

Gymnasium. the Countr Judge of OkeechebeelCoun* Florida is out to'reduce death and maiming from auto ata
ty. Florida at his office In tbe courthouse
Said bids will be opened In the I of said County at Okeechobee mobile accidents. Your part Is to cooperate by driving within "

office of the Countr SuPerintendent Florida. within eight "calendar months 0 safe speed iimitsat all times. And remember pedestrians ,
from the time of the first publicationf '. :* -' ---
on Saturday, September 20, this notice. Each claim or demand eteaa *t CtOMIMCtWAItUOU hare rights tool ;
shall be in writing, and shall state the -
1947, at ten o'clock A.. M Inquire ROBBINS Place ef residence and post office address was IMMT -' '

at Superintendent's office for 7de- of the claimant:, and shall be' : : :
taila. the _Distributor olATLAXT1Q worn to by the claimant Us agent, or .- Sear srie net MOMIIHIMS I ..r.. =,-.:-- ..+W.. -- -' -' -...._-- .--. .1: "
The right ;
Board '
reserve hla attorney, and any such claim or calls1. CM .. "' : :
to reject any or all: bids. WHITE FLASH ant demand not ao filed shall be void. .M MISMWATI MWAVSAll *" ,''."._"-'_'v ': hFriday

VAN 'E. LIGHTSEY, administrator CLARA of the ASPLCND.JU Estate.of: f *(!.. flA"K r'", .. ,', .., :

Chairman Board of.Public '
> First publication September 1%.: 1W7. 3r d
InstructionATTEST Ln..d b a..bJ p..4 &
< tjf4'i
;' Carl T Durrance, Sanitation and mineral mixtures) -,.. {. C..s ..;:
*- |y fJtt* tmili .
County Superintendent' Phone US Okeeciobee. Fla. pay dividends in hog production.

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frt 'Patterns.

a t x: t', Old Age Need Hold l l No Terrors i For Hostess Aprons!

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"" ., E7IWJ J Finding Useful Work -

: .Flood-Proof Fence Is Formula; for- HappinessBy N: n yR'., e r 1

).r I ,. :. :Used in Australia
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_- :; Lays Flat While Drift BAUKHAGE \.

.1, News Analyst sad Commentator.
Wood and Water Pass
I- '; ; WASHINGTON.-Latest figures from the census bureau

:;. \ A fence which bows before the have revealed that the postwar period has produced a record

onrush of flood waters and lies flat baby crop-3,260,000 estimated for 1946, almost a million more
i : :!; while water and drift-wood passover
than were born in 1940. ,

fI ;{t Is being used in Australia.and But it will take more than this belated burst of rejuvenation -
The posts are 33 feet apart
7 -. to the United States from becoming "old" nation.
1'-:,: = < two wooden droppers are placed be- keep an
; tween the posts and another along Old in the sense that the average age will be,high, with a heavy

side each post. The posts are bored proportion of oldsters. There are two reasons for this: Nowadays -

; with holes 4 inches from the ground people live much longer, thanks to medical science. And

the size of American family has shrunk.In 4 'a-

t. 1860 when the population was' about 31.5 millions 850,000 persons :

were over 65. ,In 1943 when the population approached 140 millions. JUST A TUNE-UP CLIMB Members of the Harvard university St. :
::g,>, 9.920.000 were over 65. : S
'it persons Elias expeditor are shown atop 12,000-foot Haydon peak in Alaska v
-. I, By 1970 there will be 16 million over that age. out of an estimated which they: scaled Just as a preliminary maneuver before tackling

", ; population of more than 151 millions 18,008-foot St. Elias greatest ice-covered mountain in North America.The .
'- .. Harvard party was the second expedition to beat the mountain la
; This situation poses a number of 61 .
problems for the nation and also years.NEWS
Avocation HelpTo
emphasizes the personal problem:
The problem of growing old. Retain Youth

Like many of our troubles realor Anybody can develop an avocation REVIEW

imagined the best cure is to of some kind. In many: cases
;? 1 and 14 inches from the edge of the bring this one out into the light these avocations have turned into

"- ,. post and another 3 Inches from the give it a good shaking. The resultIn paying 'vocations after retirement.. Farmers' Income Zooms
edge. These posts are 6 feet long. many cases will be that it disappears In any case they are literally lifesavers ; '
.:; i 3 feet 6 inches above ground. or that it shrinks to'unimportance when it comes to making 615

:: : t" The droppers are bored inches (if that weren't so, psychiatry life livable.
\ from the bottom and then 6 inches. wouldn't be such a highly rewarded Various skills permit varying: pe- New Crisis Hits EuropeFARM ONE yard of 36-inch fabric for

.:!. 7 inches. 8 inches and 11 inches profession). riods of activity. of these gay aprons! -

!- C J allowing the top barbed wire to rest Wise men have known this for a Many farmers are self-sup An adorable floppy rose decoratesone

i.. ,,7 on the side of the dropper to which long time and lived to a happy old porting at 70 0(. 75. Perhapsthis INCOME:
n. :: it is tied through the hole with tie age. Others (who is partly because of their -
o e *
'c' .
..; wire. The droppers are 3 feet 10 didn't know it) environment-mental and physical : Great Gain BONDED
J Easy to sew and embroider these
.. Inchls .long. The bottom wire is have worried Cicero says farmers "are aprons! Pattern 615 bas transfer of embroidery
i, reeved through the droppers and their friends and not hindered to any extent by: Latest round in a heavy barrageof : motifs; directions. '-
Vets Cash In
1 statistics apparently destined to This new. improved pattern makes
: themselves to
i. then the Each
-, through posts. dropper old age and seem to me to approach needlework so simple- with its charts.
flt- : near a post has a piece of wire C early deaths by: the Ideal wise man's make the American farmer feel Draft time had rolled around photos concise directions. Patterns are
':' I and that he is an unbelievably fortunateman 20 cents each. ,
t passed around the top of the post sitting down life. again for millions of ex-G.Ls but
'J this time it in the natureof
Most jobs of such characterthat was more
< will give way in flood time andii' their lost youth are a report that the nation's farm owners Sewing: Circle Needlecraft Dept
ability to perform them de- a bank draft as veterans all over 564 W. Randolph St.
are taking in more money: than Chicago 89. EL
- : allow the fence of droppers to col instead of getting
clines with the "When You the nation fell happily into line to Enclose 20 cents for pattern.
.. t ,, years. ever before. .
lapse. The bottom wire inches up. learning to
cash their terminal leave
F Grow Older" cites as an example It was estimated that total farm pay .
, i from the ground holds the fence to take old age in bonds. Name
f-- 'p i the posts. their stride and I "speed work"like the assembly; cash receipts during the first eight
F % 3 line. Youth excels in this type of dol- Virtually oily reported that Adams'
r. .. After the flood has subsided all liking It.Recently. months of 1947 were 17.4 billion every:
. work. But age does almost as wellas lars a 21 per cent gain over the hordes of veterans had descendedon
';i" that is necessary is to stand the I reada <
?if I '. '-',: f fence of droppers upright again and x-.44 very up-to-date youth in the type classified as"power" same period of 1946. itself a record banks in an unprecedented rush

j3' ;: _;. f 'attach: it to the posts- as before. Baokhage litfle pamphlet work the kind of job where year.
f-ea 9 called "When skill is important. e The report said that the average
r You Growstraightforward Older written in There is not space here to developthe farm operator realized a net incomeof
I; i How to Prevent Date English based on theme of "When You Grow Old- $2,541 from agriculture and government
,'j; I er" as its authors do so compactlyin this
payments in 1946, and
modern scientific ideas. The pamphlet
} 'j t With Big'Farm Fire outlines methods which make their 30 pages. They discuss the year farm income skyrocketed still

i'; 't ; Thirty-five hundred farmers who ,that famous poem by Browning so questions personal and political of higher as a result of continuing unprecedented
1-_ f lived happily on' their farms year often regarded as wishful thinkingby old age security. They offer a host demands for produce ,

R r 'ago are dead largely victims of the skeptical ring true. "Grow of other specific examples to illustrate "An increase of 24 per cent in tea

i' their own carelessness. They decided old along with me," said Brown- the statements some of which prices." was singled out by: the report $ x ;

:; to "live" with fire hazards ngs Rabbi Ben Ezra "The bestis I have quoted here. I have attempted ..:,as the chief reason for the
.::; ? 'and lost. With them went almost yet to be." to review rather than a summary booming income.
-1' 100 million dollars in. farm prop- moved to comment partly be- But the picture has another side : GEn5tfl
: ,erty. When 1 grasped the theme of cause of the valuable suggestions -that of farm expenses. Operatingcosts

\ In one year 18.000 fires started in this pamphlet- .. tt stirred. "'classic. offered and also partly because continue to increase and. al-
t' newspapers, magazines and other though no estimate was made for i
: f. rubbish Flammable liquids, im 1947. the farmer's expenses went up I with Swedish..! Blades

!: properly stored'op.handled, caused 9 per cent in 1946. Nevertheless if
.' :-.,. 26,000 fires. Electric. cords and the agriculture department's estimates to convert their hard-won bonds Ideal for Home and Farm! The
.. i ; other defective" electrical equipment are accurate the increase in into coin of the realm. Millions of all purpose saw for Era woodcutting tt

caused ,000 fires. Dirty farm income greatly outweighs the former Joes stuffed millions of dol- tree trimming and general

simultaneous rise in expenses. lars into their pockets. rough work. High Speed

I' ; i CRISIS AGAIN What would they do with the and Smooth Cutting. Stays sharp

: I. : newly acquired money? A few put longer. Available In 24, 30 36.
421 48 inch length frames and
Transfusion? it back into savings accounts; oth-

I. :; Life these days. Secretary of ers bought clothes furniture and replaceable Swedish blades. -12
similar necessities; much of it was
-.:: ,1 7---j' : State .George Marshall has discovered squandered immediately. But one At leading Hardware Storesi'T''r
t is bounded on all sides by one
surprising fact developed: A great
'i crisis after another.No '
many ex-G.La-fa.miIy men now-
-r I sooner had he returned to the ,
were using the store of cash to get
a U. S. from Brazil with the mutual I
out from under worrisome debts.
American defense treaty tucked
For them it was a case of "dire
J safely under his belt than he was "
.. beset with calls: ; for succor from need. mr+a. 1

;. .. 7s debilitated Europe which apparently
1s was sliding swiftly down the ISOTOPES: Yodora

..?: t -. -- Just Hanging Around ways toward utter ruin. u. S."OfferRadioactive ( t.

F, .:: This farm. fire could have .been Insiders said the European checks
memories. I remembered thata these pertinent paragraphs of isotopes-products of ,
prevented if proper care bad situation reaUy'was desperate.
gentleman who considerably "When You Grow American atomic
been taken Older" offer a perfect Undersecretary of State Robert research-have
predated Browning bad said the of how been offered in limited
example modem science Lovett had sounded the first amounts to
f stoves lamps and lanterns caused: same thing in his essay "On and experience confirm the alarm shortly before Marshall's all foreign nations for use in man.. perspiration, ,
Old Age," written fn the :year 44 verities expressed by poets and Idnd's'world-w1de and unending
:? I 18,000 fires. Some ,39,000_...fires started return when he said that En-
B. C. I refer to Marcos Trillins
philosophers of the past. fight against 'disease. odor
; I z. on flammable woOd' shingle rope's economic structure was
Cicero. He said other
-_t roofs. Dirty-chimneys were responsible (among It is still the habit of many cracking np faster than anyone The gesture marking the first
; for 40,000 fires, and 50.000 tires pertinent things) "qul autem critics to praise the style ofCicero' had expected.The sharing of the fruits of U. S. atomic
omnia a se ipsi petunt els ni- ?}tit WAY
originated in dirty and defective "Dc Scnectnte" but to ovens loomed more significantly on
hll naturae fear blowing In on the winds
potest videri quod
heating plants. toss its message aside as wishful the uncertain frontier of global
necessitas adferat." Vhich, if from Europe intensified. Precariously Made with a f are cream& ..Yodora
The cures suggest themselves. If you'll pardon freedom with thinking. Even Montaigne balanced Britain remained at peace than any loan or' economicaid is actually soothing to normal skins.
the farmers will clean the out. my who said frankly that readingthe so far conceived.
;. up the text means that those who the heart of the trouble but more No harsh chemicals or irritating
buildings farm machinery and the seek their happiness from within essay" "made one long to grief was added' by the news that Described as the most important salts. Wont harm skin or clothing. -
fields and be careful with matches grow old pessimistically lim- medical research tool since soft and .:
the Stay
1 I can never regard nature's In- bad weather had struck hard at creamy: never getsgrainy. -
and smoking, there is little reason ited what he considered a useful microscope the isotopes radioactive .
evitabilities as bad. crops in many European countriesthis ..
for about fire. lifespan to a mere 50 and 4
worry years
forms of basic '
1 year. Most nations had been elements-are Try gtnll Yodon-J-the wondnfol 1
thought it to
Cicero wrote that wben be wrong contem- utilized in the
essay same
;$ forced to use their meager producefor as machine difference! -
was 63 :years old and I have no plate further existence. domestic consumption rather gun tracerbullets. Introducedinto

i J KNOW YOUR BREED doubt be would have lived what he Cicero's physical: world was than for export. There was no profitin the body: or blood stream they
preached for another decade or bounded by the frontiers conqueredby that, they said. can be used to trace life processesand
SilverLacedWyandottes two if his vigorous old age had not Rome's plodding legions but his plot the course of various dis
,_ g produced the resounding "Ph1ill view was long In time. Today the In the U. S. it begets to appear eases.

pics" against Anthony which resulted I men of our scientific age echo the more likely that special session of They are of paramount Importance

:: i. By W. J. DRYDEN in his being'"purged"Romanstyle request in the last paragraph of the congress would be cUed this [all to in current cancer researchand -
t while study the situation *nd perbtpt set abeapparatus ,
) still hale and hearty at great statesman's immortal essay one day"may provide'the clue

't The Silver-Laced Wyandotte: is believed 64.Like when he prayed: : that you Off to for give another ttrengtb etonotmctrnsf to the leading to control and cure of that -

t ;: ; to have come from crosses of Cicero Messrs. George Lawton put my words to practical test. weakeeiet old world dlseaie. '
Dark Brahmas. Silver Spangled
k 5 and Maxwell Stewart authorsof
s : Hamburgs and a French fowl the pamphlet I mentioned stress

named Brenda. the psychological problems of old $3 OOO FOR TRACTORS SPEEDED-UP COMFORT
; Standard weights are: Cock. 8tt
: ; : age. The pamphlet is issued by
f-- pounds hens 6H pounds, cockerels, the Public Affairs Committee Inc, for so-cslled

I r 7tt pounds pullets,, Si pounds a non-profit educational organization. KIDNEY SUFFERERS
: "The% female is round in shape the 22 East 38th St.. New York Farmers Caught by Black Mart .
back gently sloping. An Ideal mar- City; -20 cents.) MtratoTo.........1c.._ tIroba .witekTijr

.;; ket fowl this type also can be bred ( : .
for high egg production without sacrifice Old age comes with a shock output of the entire farm "% ben one wheat farmer for i ttd Li os.That's tho the AI meseet Jj Y BUU seal>- -

? 5: of standard requiremegts.fi because we haven't prepared for industry has failed to UU example* hat bU ertp harvested Ilw nth.,urge.ess-==
it. for the .. a. tx ad ken.
Maybe we are ready: of the hungry market. -
aotneee will drive up and
fi Cutting Protein Loss "last day at the office" or at been common practice ask him hew much he' paid for wpN.Mhi.dlwa.wekla.odmdaf.direc..d.Ai h'anto
when sell rua. a.,ssi.o 5." "
the work bench or we for farmers to pay huge i 1:
fats eotabtoe., the farmer Uxtder.At yvr droop. Uosew
Will Slash Feed Cost the farm and more to the vO on such pieces of equip might th.m far soot. .DOi'nL.a OBBMo.4gY -
<' lage or city or Jn ether ways ing as tractors hay baler and say fl.fet. t,'n ti tb. stranger B4CA.
Dairymen can reduce the size ofttext
break a lifetime's routine. Bat all of which have cusp asks fee* much .i would sell tt

winterproteinteed biD considerably we way: have failed Ie recognize uation on dealers' waiting lists. for, the iatmtf, picaliif'a -aam.; ..- .'...
: i..".. ..i
< by saving
; a greater percentage : ;
; : of the protein' in their "the ned to feel important .. priced at $1,000 have sold twr Out of the bat might say : .. "; ;

l' home-crown forage crops say dairy .*' a need which: we most : high as-$3.000 or $3,500. Hay |4.XH( .. Then, to the farmer's : TEACHING A CHILD> :

specialists of the USDA.. One,'way satisfy one way er another. Net ular which are used on hay three ntptl@t the stranger peels off VALUE_ OF PENNIES J ..
-Important" la the sense that leled a season and bate other farm M tilt bill and Uses toe '
com- : '
r 'to' reduce the protein losses andS A child of a vice mother will bo i .;:;
. = j thereby actually put more of the we have somebody kow-tow to the minter.rupted have' been finding buyers" at bind off' tilt hands. taught from sly childhood to become -, .' ... ,T:.
: "..- 'bomearown'protein in the cows' us. bat necessary to somebody: or triple the list price. **Th< farmer would have got a regular J'aIdeI'oI the dver.. .
or some thing, some business to up these malpractices on f3. *next is -
.: .... manure winter to make a than in any other can the ch3d be. ',
undertaking, maybe not of individual *
able the
some ,
one manu cause stranger took &. .
i tram'forage instead of taughttlugreattalnofpmoieaand.S J)>
sflaf crops -
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Transform Vegetables 6:16-19: 0:10; 14:34: 15:1: 16:18: 2lS> .
LYNN CHAMBERS' 22:1; 27:1 2; 28:1 29:18; James 4:17. 1n

;r Into Savory Dishes MENU UI-8.DEVOTIONAL. HEADING: Proverb Everyone Can Learn :

Baked Spareribs To Speak In Public
For Lunch ,
or Supper Hed
t Cabbage and
",- T Baked Sweet Potatoes Apples Guidance From Proverbs i.I
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Cornbread Lesson for September,21, 1947 "I'D LIKE to say a few words
Butter i
Lemon Chiffon .'* you begin. But do you
the few words clearly and con- ,1
Recipe say
OUR study of Sunday's season
vincingly or are they punctuatedwith
the idea of goodness
3YH grunted "uh's" and "er's"?
which is rather tritesounding
Staffed, a .
from theme but very vital I assure One thing about speaking In public. 1
lilJ1Id one large eggplant :you. and quite intere.Ung. whether before a formal group or.among
lengthwise scoop out pulp and cook friends. you must be poised and able to .
in boiling The bold your audience's attention.
drain and until tender, Scripture passages ;,. Our newest booklet No. 83 tells you how
chop fine. Saute one are all found ir to overcome jittery and awkward conversations a
small minced onion in butter until discusses parliamentary procedure ..
h Proverbs save one and gives sample speeches. .
y soft not brown add .:
eggplant, .
.p Ins half one ; and that from the Send 23 cents in coin for "SelMnstme-
cup of bread crumbs one half practical tieD IB Public SpeakiBC" to Weekly Newspaper .
cup of chopped pecans and two \ Service 24} West 17t* Street. New
well-beaten preacher of the York 11, N. Y. Print name address with
eggs. Mix well with New Testament. zone booklet title and No. 83.

seasonings.in which Lastly the add enough water James chapter 4, EUREKA! IrS PUMPKIN TIME Fields of golden pumpkins

eggplant was verse 17.Perhaps. are ripening near Eureka Di. pumpkin center of the world which
thin.cooked to make the mixture quite you wiT' will stage its fifth annual Pumpkin Festival September 26 and 27. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT e
Fill shell and sprinkle with find the passages

bread crumbs and dot with butter from Proverbs ai IN THESE UNITED STATES I
and bake
about twenty Dr. Newton
Asparagus takes .oa a pleasinglook minutes. helpful and inter

AS well as extra flavor when Spinach Balls esting as I 'did. I:

green tips are tucked In between Wash one, peck: of spinach in several will require but two minutes to read 10,000 Free Pies Lure VisitorsTo BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR.

layers of cheese biscuit topped waters then cover tightly and them-Proverbs 357.423; 6lfr

with sauce and garnished with steam with Just the drippings from 19; 9:10; 14:34; 15:1: 16:18; 21:3; MaE iel pbli ,4 W hMy .t

slices of hardwage sil.ltsell s

utes. Squeeze asdry as possible. you have devoted two minutes to the *
; Remember when we just cooked Chop and press through ,a coarse reading of these passages you will IFNZ7 Features. 11M Wrist Dans Watch-Today vain* best-

vegetables in boiling salted water sieve. Into this puree mix two have something to think about fox brown For SPOrt. Work or Dress. Accurate +
and put them on slightly beaten egg yolks one table- the rest of the day the ,week all ILL.-Luscious, golden pumpkin pies Swiss precision movement. Radium
"just like mother used to bake"more than 10,000 of them bands and numerals. Red sweep-second
the table without spoon of grated onion one tablespoon your life. band. Genuine leather band. Unbreakable .
any thought as of olive oil..and salt and PePper in fact-will be given away to visitors as one of the major written crystal Eacb watch carries a

to subtle season to taste. Mix well and form attractions of the fifth annual Eureka Pumpkin Festival, S8.E5 postpaid.factory Attach guarantee.remittance And to only UJs t
into balls in One Man's ExperienceA 26 and ad and mail to
ing or attractive dip beaten egg. then in September 27. WILLIS. DistrikaUr
serving? Thank fine bread crumbs and fry In VERY successful business mae The free pies and other features of the celebration will be 118 E.f SL Las Aacelea 11. CaJU.Gd E

modern cookery a hot fat to a golden brown.AsparaCUSCheese in Atlanta a shoe manufacturer aimed to assure visitors that Eureka is the pumpkin centerof Iaeme addressing envelopes and t
experts for realizing was telling his life mailing circulars at horn*. No expert. nec-
-- Shortcake me story one the world. No city, town or hamlet in the world cans as essary. Particulars free. Garmaa C- P.O.
the infinitepossibilities (Serves 6 to 8) day as we fished together at Ho- much fancy pumpkin as Eureka the Bn: US%. Dept. W.A. Soda M*al,a,Cab!. 1a

of. mosassa. Fla. Finally be said: town's canneries proudfully boast.

vegetables'and 1 3 No.tablespoons 2 can ,asparagus butter tips "Do you know the passage in the The canneries packed a sizable portion No 'Daily Bread'- PERSONAL -
for transforming Bible that has meant most to me asa of the 1.324.675 cases which Why Suffer! Get a
1 remedy. A L
tablespoon minced onion proven post card will brine
vegetables into one of the glamor t rule and guide for my faith and comprised last year's commercialpack Revised you Information. No obligation. Heck's
tablespoons flour Prayer
Laboratory. P. O. Bs. Ckaaacrsbarc.Fa.
.groups of cookery. 1 teaspoon salt practice?" of pumpkin in the United

First .of all there are innumerable H teaspoon.pepper I wondered what he would say States. ROME.-Catholic Eskimos no

sauces you can use with '"per- 2 caps, milk And then he quoted' from Proverbs The spirit of a century-old cele- longer will have to pray for their ** * * i
fection cooked" vegetables to bring 3:5-7. bration pervades the annual Pump- i "daily bread* a form of nourish

out an their hidden flavors. Then U 2 hard-cooked eggs sliced for kin Festival timed to coincide with ment unknown to them. A recent Buji and KoLcL fJjJJlUt nV

you want to forego the sauce, you garnish "Trust In the Lord with all thine the peak of' the pumpkin harvest. papal boll permits them to ,

can combine vegetables with other Melt butter In saucepan; add heart; and lean not unto thine own During the early 1830s-'the small have their own version of the % Sa Stwt8nndL

foods to make them palate-pleasing. minced onion and cook slowly for 3 understanding. In all thy waysacknowledge community of Walnut Grove'held an Lord's prayer. S

and tempting. minutes or until tender. Add flour him. and be shall all-day picnic called "Burgoo." For Like all other Christians the * *** *

Whichever way you prefer to and seasonings and blend. Gradually direct thy paths. Be not wise In more than a century the affair had Eskimos hitherto have had to

: serve' your vegetables, always 'remember add milk while stirring cook thine own eyes; fear the Lord and lapsed but in 1939 the nearly for- pray for their "dally bread" -- i

that the overcooked vege- over low heat until smooth and depart from eviL" gotten picnic was revived In Eureka although since they raise no h

table can never be guaranteed to thickened, stirring constantly. S e its modern counterpart being train they bake no bread. According j- a

..make friends or influence eaters ,to>> Cheese Biscuits termed the Pumpkin Festival. to the new papal dictate

come back for seconds as they 2 cups biscuit mix The Essence of Goodness Although the,1939 pIns called they now can pray: "Giveus a

should.'Cook vegetables so there is M cup grated cheese WHAT is goodness? We talk for only a small local celebration this day our daily fish.

still a bit of their garden crispness 1 cup milk good men and bad men the affair expanded rapidly 1 1Ii

left If !cooked to this point and Add grated cheese to biscuit mix good times and bad times good luck into a two-day program It has FASTER-SMDO7NWr

- served immediately; you will also and blend. Add milk mix with fork. and bad luck. Just what is good, been maintained annually since Abandoned School r + I

,Jose less of'thelr lovely-colors. Ron out to-Yoto ness? then with exception of the war 5

.Golden Cauliflower Vi inch thickness Jesus himself once said to a young years. Revived in 1946 the festival Serves Community gla. tun torts lif lt :

(Serves S) ,s on floured board man: attracted more than 50,008 / :7siMott rr:4

. 1 medium head cauliflower :: and cut into 'There is none good but One. that visitors. Club for 25 Years :
is, God.'Mark 10:18. -I
': cir- Inaugurating the 1947 festival will
1 cup raw carrots, diced squares or or DOustg Wet
\i oniotv. chopped u1 cles. Bake on a Goodness then permit me to aug be the first bowl football game ever MANKATO. MINN. Formed 9
" .. Salt greased pan in a gest, is what happens when God held in the state Illinois. Appropriately quarter century ago because a''

Paprika ty hot oven (450 lives in us. We can never know dubbed "Pumpkin- Bowl schoolhouse was abandoned the TO EASE

.' 2 tablespoons batter "melted degrees) 12 min goodness apart from God. try as w. Game" the contest will pit Eureka Spring Lake Community club recently OILS

1 rich milk utes. Split and may. The essence of goodness. college gridders against the Kirks- celebrated its 25th anniver ACHES, OR SORENESS

1 cup ,Wisconsin Natural American place hot asparagus tips between therefore is found in that heart In vflle. Mo., State Teachers under the Quickly'apply soothing: and comforting -
cup Cheese grated. biscuits. Pour hot-cream sauce over that life that sincerely prays. "Thy floodlights of Eureka stadium. sary.When four adjacent school dis GRAY'S OINTMENT with 58
,. its wholesome antiseptics and nature -
will be done. + '
the and with hard- Honor guest of the celebration
garnish tricts -
Break cauliflower Into flower- top were consolidated and a new aiding medication.Nothing else
, cooked egg slices.A will be the screen star. Ronald Reagan schoolhouse was built at Rapidan Ir like it-nothing so comforting .
ettes Arrange cauliflower: and carrots -? The Essence of Badness Eureka's "home town boy," 1922. the little old schoolhouse which pleasant for externally caused skin 4+ n.d
buttered casserole. Cover troubles. SSc. Get
in a package today
and his wife Jane Wyman. also of had served the
- Spring: Lake commu- ;;!
with onion seasonings and butter. from these great
GUIDANCE the films. Illinois state officials also nity was to be discarded. Young
contents. Sprinkle identifies the'thing
Pour milk over ,
; will in the various
" participate pro menOf the community deciding that
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,, with cheese. Cover Bake in a mod that we are to shun as wen as the of Eureka A?
grams. Reagan an alumnus the building would make an idea? 1jIuJS crate oven (350 degrees)' 1 hour re- things we are to do-the essence ol schools, will take part in dedicatory community gathering place. led a P1
moving cover the last IS minutes. badness as well as the essence oi fit Him ICIEI III run ir
ceremonies for school .
a new movement for formation of the
: Red Cabbage and Apples a goodness. Here are the seven of speech building on the Eureka Spring Lake Community club. The RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

(Serves a'to 10) x things that God hates-the seven campus. building has been retained as Jthe rj
qualities of heart that constitute the
: .; 2 quarts red cabbage.shredded essence of badness: Proving that pumpkins represent meeting place since then. MCNEIL'S

1 cup apples pared aDd chopped the major interest not only The old school bell still hangs

1 teaspoon salt "Haughty eyes a lying tongue for farmers and canneries, in the belfry of the clubhouse. MAGIC D

, \,- U cap batter hands that shed innocent blood a housewives of Eureka and vicinity Instead of summoning children a

:' 2 tablespoons floor heart that deliberately plans wickedness win show their skill at making to school. It now is rung only on REMEDY )

H cup vinegar feet which are swift In running pumpkin pies by competing occasions of celebration or BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF t
< >- H cup brown sugar to mischief a false witness In a pie-baking contest whileyounger alarm. ,
Lars Bottictt MI MM>>U!-Smal S4z COc ItllTHfc
, Buttered crumbs who utters lies, and one who sows fry will vie In the traditional As membership of the club Is Ifs till IS IlllCItl I

';:;, Cook cabbage with apples 10 min vegetable bowl of snowy discord among, brethren." pie-eating contest. comprised almost wholly of farmers It W till lilt blunt H IIIU u mnit it pfci I J

: drain (save cauliflower1 with these Selection of the Pumpkin Queen tint mi ei. mitiimit f,Tuutii .
< utes in salted water white surrounded Analyze seven qualities of work of the club is tucked IE
i water). 'Melt butter 'green peas is hard to resist. heart and you have the explanationof will be another festival attraction. between planting and threshing and 7

i : add flour the woes of the world. Many Miss Patricia Stevens modeling taking care of the livestock.

.. mix. Add % cup Tasty butter sauce variations will clever modern books toy with these agency bead will be among the Club meetings feature speechesand GIRLS! WOMEN!

drained water add sparkle to humdrum vegetable deadly sins trying to make them Judges.A discussions on pertinent world

vinegar and dishes. Here are two possibilities: seem good but no amount of decoration parade featuring decorated and agricultural problems. Potluck try this If you'reNERVOUS

brown sugar LemonBuUerSau.ce can atone for the heart that floats band concerts and other mu- suppers' and contests are frequent

stir until thick- }i cup butter consistently entertains these can- sical entertainment will help to attractions. r

1 ened. Add apples Juice of H lemon cers of hell. round out a full program of events
When club
and cabbage. 3 tablespoons parsley (if you for the two-day festival.lUewlyweds must be done repairing the project or is cleaning not con 0.COmUM OATS',Of' Maotb- e S

Bake in buttered prefer) Do female functional monthly disturb
The Individual and SocietyI sidered work but a club gathering
. casserole in hot oven (tOO degrees) sacs mAke you feel nervous irritable ISli
Melt butter, add lemon juice and LIKE the impact of these Prov Evade with everyone who can hold a hammer 110 weak and tired out-.t suCh tunecr
t. until crumbs are brown.,
Then Ao Lydia E-Plnkham
try Veg -
Add parsley and u scrub brush turnIng
blend thoroughly. saw. mop
v erbs. They begin with'the hid
I table
I Compound to relief !men armp-
i L'; Sweet Potato' Cecelia. serve hot with vegetables. An extra vidual. They fruit in society. Individuals In-Law Difficulties out. torn*.It'saaioiM for\bIa1 Taken regu -I
it.' (Serves S &. 1.0) ,the lemon-butter sauce I laxly -- Plntham'a Compound blpe
dish of may Gov. Luther W.
who 'trust in the Lord Youngdahl ol
OKLA. When Jeannie I build resistance each
Bfc 3 pounds sweet potatoes TULSA. up against caa-
1 E .. : H .butter' ,be, served on the. aide.BrownButter .. with an thine. eart." will "exalt a Madsen became Mrs. Lee Odom. Minnesota was honor guest at the treca. Also a treat ctooacbie: toniclWNU
: Sauce nation." It is -not enough to put 25th anniversary dinner. .,
; Salt she could anticipate a minimum of I1IIA !"lrIAJrSUL :
1 ;ti;: Pepper H cup butter better food ha peoples stomachs mother-in-law trouble. Providing a note of levity on the Eli
chopped parsley better clothes on their bodies better was the reading of theminutes ri
$:V K teaspoon nutmeg or mac 1 tablespoon Her marriage made her mother program
r.:';, :?-- % teaspoon cinnamon Salt roofs over their heads. These are Mrs. Charles Madsen Odom her of club meetings for the en -14 38-47 0

; H *. 1 cop apple cider Pepper essential as expressing the better mother-in-law. The mother a tire '25 years. One entry in early

t .:.i. sweet Add 3 tablespoons lemon Juice life; but you have got to give pea widow previously had married Lee club minutes read. "It was decided When Your i
; Mash cooked potatoes.
frying ple something to live for as well as Odom's father. J. T. Odom. that the club buy a cord of wood n1I
r tt seasonings, and Melt butter in a panand
cup butter ,
something to live on. Now. Odom is the son-in- and the men come and split it.**
7,;J.elder.,. mix wen. 'Put in buttered stir 'until a golden brown. Add young Back Hurts- it
",- : baking dish, dot with 'remaining chopped parsley lemon Juice* and Good business depends upon law of his stepmother and a stepsoninlaw In the 1938 minutes this item ap :

; butter. Bake in a moderate"'oven salt and pepper to taste. Serve hot good business men. Good international of his father peared: "Painting of clubhouse And Your Strength and

.< (375 degrees) 30 to 40 minutes'until on vegetables or-fish relations depend upon The bride is the stepdaughterinlaw will soon begin-just as soon as Energy Is Below Para c

top is brown. Bel a e4 by Western Newspaper Union. good nations Good race relations of her own mother and her threshing and other exchange workis Bar U causal by H ord.r ., kUa u!
'v depend upon good races. former stepbrother Is her husband. done. .r loactiea taat poraita r 'n.ini>
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} : muffins make them a party treat. ened by the establishment of United sad otter .....a Uar tress tk.rkwm .
;:; : Spice. Seasoning Lend Nations as a world Idea and ideal. Historic Iron Mines Are Reopened I Wood..
don't .
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: Tang t. Foods WIll it succeed? The answer is Ucc posi.r & ,b1zs4 I
t. .< :,; If you want a really delicious forget that a pinch of thyme will do found not in dollars and bullets but RINGWOOD. N. J.-Idle for IS habitants of this:200-year-old mining onni .p n Bf&u, leg MIM.. ....1a !_
wonders. the historic Ringwood iron community returned happily from fPeqMU.aq arias..tb.r ; r7l'
for fish..melt butter In hearts years. tioa wiU ,
r sauce your that always "trust in the caantet ** fearafag to e ;
tf add flour and in place of mI1k.t Crabmeat and mustard with mayonnaise Lord." mines which produced the cannonof their ""exileIn the factories of New mea tess nm Ia-c wiea Yf:: ,

: c blend in sour cream. Add to this a makes a nice salad for a "Old Ironsides" and the Hudson York. Eventually "ft is expected, Ike T kWaen eN.-w er Madder.b..do.btthatprops ;.';;; ]
fJ'\ chopped light luncheon. Except she Lord build tb. Louse, river'defense chain in Revolutionarywar the mines will employ 600 men. treatoeet ia wta taaa BcfiacCCM ;
t:. :' bit of salt and pepper:.and When you want to add a different They Itbof in vim this bald it; days have been reopened. Most memorable casting from the DM adieia*'* />WZUaaa it !. Uttw t.rail of a ;\,. / ,\: ,
chives. tku tea
won aoe.trywd..p-
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an variety of things- and Whaleback which'was hung across the Hudson .
with Hope was '
& making stuffed ""
: ,: heated with the liquid When ; -Psdss127:1copyright ** aaay r-.AR at all drat etoca.DOANS 1I
lemon jelly will ,give it mashed' potatoesWtrfps of cheese. purchased Ringwood !Mines Inc., river' below West' Point during the ""lMOo. t.day. c
orange or
sauerkraut '"" or ( br ti. latmttioBtl! Ceomcil. from War Assets administration for :Revolutionary war to prevent Brit.
bread dressing .y EPS
remove ,
added the liquid.to
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I rpicej: *- ""* pickle relish. P.t.xaat le..ai.atiw.R.leaa.d 17 IU7S.OOO. ; fsh'shlps'trom sailing up the rives PILLS >--**

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treasurer $10,000 in cash or marketable
\ The Agricultural Club at the
Ir' : YATES FUNERAL HOME Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing securities. University Florida, composed of
\ 4-Possessing at least $40,000 of students Interested In agriculture,
i Phone 155 'unencumbered net worth." is getting off to a flying start this
Fort Pierce Fla.
= Phone 789 C. L,. Strickel I, Manager I 5-Presenting a policy voluntarily year with three top-notch speakers
_Phone. 789 acquired prior to the accident scheduled to appear before its
: Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. and affording protection opening session September 29.
r : Ambulance Service
-I.L. Prompt equal to the law's requirements Dr. H. Harod Hum, dean of the
; for a policy subsequently obtained. College of Agriculture and acting

> I Until the time comes for renewal president of the University, liar-
: of the tag of the "suspend- old Mowry, director of the Experiment .

ed" vehicle, persons other than Station, and H. G. Clayton,
t. Ii o. K. Garage and Machi Service STANEY RADIO ELECTRIC the suspended driver may continueto director of the Extension Service,

operate the machine. Bonafide are elated: to address the opening
j Open 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00c sale of the machine will clear its session.
k Sales and Service registration. Action will be taken The club fosters ideal relationships -

i P 'I 24 Hour Wrecker Service' Wednesday close<< at noon. Saturday against the vehicle, even if not between students and be-
till P. M. owner-driven at the time of the tween students and faculty. Offi-
t j Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92 open
I accident,
so long as the car or cers fpr this semester include Ken-
f_- i f:.: I Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances and Service all makes Radios and truck was being used with his per- neth Laurent, Bartow, president;

'i i } ; Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio mission.If Lamar Jones-, Clarksville, vice-
any of the five "outs" have president; Brady Great house,
f "We Service Them All'1BRING
Batteries, Flashlights and Batteries.
f 'been taken, the suspension of the Earleton secretary-treasurer; and
f licence and tag will be lifted-con- Sonny Albinson Bartow, reporter.

; i ditionally.That
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: Interest Herd
t t YOUR condition is the continuance
of the financia responsibiity, ImprovementIncreases
i Real Estate Insurance
proof of which must be presented
Printing Needs when the driving license or vehicle Increased interest in dairy herd

i registration are renewed annually.The improvement associations in Flor-
j ; K. E. STELLO
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I ,' -. ',"\- legend "restricted" will be ida is reported by C. W. Reaves,
; stamped on both to assure this., dairyman with the State Agricultural
I 1- ;r ;. ,-:/ "< TOt I Persons from most of the- 40 Extension Service who su-
P. O. Box'396 Phone 86
; > other states requ'rlng motorist responsibility pervises the work. 1
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will be affected Dairymen of Pinellas, Hillsbor-
r I
F Okeechobee News Okeechobee, Florida through reciprocity agreements in ough and Polk counties recently

the same manner as, Floridians for organized the West Coast Dairy
-"; ".. accidents in this state, and Flor- Herd Improvement Association,
if- -. .-- idians will be bound, too, for mis- newest one in Fonda, They named jz

haps elsewhere. John Cone, Plant City, president t
LI ':. >: i:* IN BUYING PROPERTY Burgess Supply Company JJnvers who have a record of 01- the,. new group. ,

being poor insurance risks will J. G, Thomas who has had several y

S q ::.:'J:,,. .OR... INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE Eshelman Red Rose Guam. Feed cause not be of deprived this, although of protection they may be- DHIA years of work successful in Virginia experiencein was

I4 t::''':- j SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES be required to pay more for sov- employed as supervisor. He will

i :. =., ; AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY First Shipment will arrive Oct. 15-th- erage. The law compels insurance make regular tests" of the herdsto
{ :: or Second Shipment will arrive Nor. 15th companies, on a rotation basds, to enable dairymen to determine j f
air : write these poicies. their unprofitable cows for culling
Okeechobee Abstract
Company Chicks
5' Baby State Treasurer Larson, empha- and to feed the others for most
-' ? sizing the point that drivers bring efficient milk production.The .
i '" J. L. BARBER, Manager Tuesdays and FridaysBURNEYKELZ themselves under the law by high-
i it testing is expected also to
t' "
way negligence,
says Investigationhas
provide records which will enable
:-- f""" ':-. ., 'R """,, PO..., shown "a small minority of dairymen to prove their herd sires
See dangerous Irresponsible drivers Is and develop a good herd building
causing most of "
b-f t our accidents.
program by using their best cows

,. "Those and who endanger of others the ,persons in raising replacements, for their i
property hereafter -
i OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO. FormerlY' herds. -=it
must be able to pay for their
The records will cover milk and ,
SALES he asserted.
SERVICE DENMARK'S I.butterfat production, feed costs, \\J
I income and profits or losses on individual I
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hudson
: FOR U. S. TIRES cows and whole herds. I : .
Complete Home Outfitters returned to their home here Mon- ,
County Agents J. H. Logan,
day from West
I Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service Beach where they Pinellas, Alec White, Hlllsborough, -
spent several
ti P. 0. Box 476 Phone 44 and W: P. Hayman, Polk, assistedin
days celebrating their fifth wed-
: ',?: Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr ding anniversary. the organization. -

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. f--f.C:,".. Pick-up.- ; TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each week. Hair Cuts-Shaves, Taxi will make long or ]

; Phone 95 Specializing in Face and, Scalp Massages Short Trips

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,-""- -\:" '. Loyd Tomlinson, Owner Day Phone 16 Home Phone 59..3xk
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!' ';' FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS Mixon & Ellis Garage Are: now"in- -effect on ,all Laundry.

1. ;, .... Ranges, Hot Water Heaters .
"i- Building Supplies-Gen. RepaIrs All Work Will Be AppreciatedPicknip

-L Bendlx, Maytag. Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze BATTERIES, TIRES AND. TUBES ."

.s, .I -.5.-.' boxes, Wayne water softeners RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY and. Delivery Every Tuesday. '
: a radios Johnson Outboard Motors, Onan 'c"
Llghtplants, Berkeley and Friday of Each Week
'i } water pumps. Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4

s -. Next Door to Theatre Call1'hone 54 Box 153, Okeechobee, Fla. GLADES CLEANERS. 1

s n Phone 156 Pickup and. Delivery;

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Atlantic Service Sta. WE SPECIALIZE : ;--

East,. SMePackage Gulf Station Paul D. Bobbin* Owner ,
Wrecker Service In Curing and PHILCO North Park H.
That .
Store Good Golf Gas. -
L 24 Hours a Day Smoking Meats
S Package Store
Also wholesale -
Ugeors Wines Cordials LEE TIRES and

,_ .. ALTO'S. GAS-OIL-,GREASING Retail Cuts.SERVICE- Ltqnori, Wines 'Cordial ',.

TWIN OAKS Next Door To AH NJ&h&_
ROAD NO. S la The Heart Of TownWeUy THOMAS PKG. CO. ssatiaaPiioYE '
All NightCafe
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OKEECHOBEE. ; FLA. Parrott_ Ave. PHONE-. 15S. .

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