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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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f Volume 33No.. 20'f Okeech bee, Florid;; Friday,- Oct. 3, ;1,947t

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I Miss SarahHowell Attorney General Says Severe<
Property Rent Free if Proceeds And Crops in.

Ard G. L. Sweatt Used For CharityIt Glades Due To Storm Called A Meeting j


the rents and profits .from Severe losses of livestock and

f : Married Ft. Meade the Rogers Building in Jacksonville k. rops, which will run Into thousands For Monday HerePlans 'I

owned by the Florida Baptist of dollars, faced residentsof

Convention, are used for charitable the flooded Everglades Tuesday! were announced this week

(By Catherine Mclntosh, purposes, then the building with reports that cattle were l; for a statewide meeting to be heldIn

I ()f Dade City at Request of Bride) ts exempt from taxes Attorney' drowning in the rising waters. discuss
Okeechobee )1onday,to
J. Tom Watson has advised Hundreds of head of
General improved
< The Fort Meade Methodist < the all Important question of Flood
Comptroller C. M. Cay. cattle the Associated Press reported
Chorea wai the scene of a beautiful "Control Governor Caldwell Senators -
The attorney general said he are exhausted from bat. '
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p? :. wedding Saturday afternoon. Pepper and Holland, members
Sept.20- at four o'clock when was advised that all the rents, issues ding high winds and water andre
of Congress, farmers, cattlemen -
and profits from the build lying down and dying or l
Mice of
Sarah Howell, daughter citrus grower and all who
ing part-ot which is used dIrectly drowning in the shoulder deep
.. the i Rev. and Mrs W. R. Howell are interested have been asked to
of Fort Meade, became the bride for church purposes have been waters covering their grazing attend. "

used in mission work of the lands.
of George LaVere Sweatt of Seba.sso The meeting will be held In the i
;I tan and Mrs. Alvin church. He said that there was no Glades growers estimated 300 court house beginning at 10 !

Okeechobee. The bride's question that a portion of the i4 000 acres of rich farmland are un-
$weatt of o'clock In the morning after which
father is of the building used by the church was der two or three feet of water. i
who \
pastor ,the visitors will be escorted tothe .
church officiated at the double constitutionally exempt from Damage tp the fall potato,crop and
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flooded area to see for themselvesthe
taxes. If the Income from other celery beds was estimated at 90percent.
of
ceremony In the presence !, condition that exists around
and portions was used for charitable' Ramie fields had suffered -
': assemblage relatives ,the north shore of the lake.
., purposes, that part was entitled to severely and the bean, crop was I
ling
At noon the gathering will be i
exemption also, he added. delayed. Everglades News.
bride, who Is well known i. treated to an old fashioned barbecue ;

City where- she has fre- with all of the trimmings. f

uently visited ,her maternal All Questions In The meeting has been called by V t

randparents, :Mrs. J. C. Carter Digest of Recent the Florida State Cattlemen's Association }

;kind the late J. C. Carter, is a na- following a visit here

; Ive of Havana Fla. She was gradual Fish Gases Will Opinions By The (last Sunday by Irlo Bronson of j

't!; from Okeechobee High Kissimmee, president of the Cat {

School and attended Aabury College Be, Heard Oct. 20 GeneralA tlemen's Association: the<< State. j t

: in Wilmore, Ky. and Bob Attorney Mr. Bronson.and other members' '

Jones College In Cleveland, Tenn. of the Board of Director visited 'i

; The past year she was a member TALLAHASSEE Commercial here Sunday following the meetingof r

. t; of the faculty of the Okeechobee fishermen Monday failed to get a person> who has become a free- Okeechobee County Cattle-

; schooL supreme court order reopening ; holder or property owner duringthe men's Association held here Sat-

+ Mr; Sweatt a native of Moul- Lake Okeechobee and the St. Johns time the books are open for urday morning at which time the

tile, Ga,? has lived in Okeechobee river to them, pending final out- ; registration must appear before question of more dequate flood '

since eariy'childhood and la a come of several suits to determine the registration officer to swearto control was discussed. I

; ? grndua o/of the Okeechobee High whether seines will be permittedIn such a fact, Attorney GeneralJ. The local committee on arrange- !

School. He is a veteran of World the big water areas. Tom Watson has advised Hugh menta for the meeting and barb&i i

War JI during which he served In However, the court agreed with E. Carlton, supervisor of registration cue Monday is composed of S. C.

the Navy three years.. Since his attorneys on both sides of the in Polk county. Cornelius, president of the Okee- :

t .release from service. he has been question to submit x all' pending' The registration officer had in ehobee County Cattlemen's Association i

employed as lineman for the Florida case for combined oral argumentson formed the attorney genera that a : C. E. Drawdy, vice pre&, t i

, Power, and Light Co. in .Sebas Oct. 20 iu an effort Jto get a Ikeeohohee High I School Plays Stuart person who was not a property Clifford Boyles, secretary and j

,. tian. clear- ut ruling on all phases. owner and freeholder before, had treasurer, and J. O. Pearce, Sr. ij t

:.," Within the chancel Areca palms The state game and fresh water At The Now Field Oil Parrott Avenue acquired property and desired to vice president of the State Asso- i!

formed a background for glowing fish commission, claiming authority vote in a bond election In Polk elation of Cattlemen.It .

tapers in graduated arrangement under -a 1942 ,constitutional county. He. cannot register as a is hoped that out of this }
fa First Home Game
At 8:00
: in cathedral, -c ndelabra. .and the amendment, closed the lake and Tonight freeholder, the attorney general meeting will come a more comprehensive -

:twopedestal -baskets of white river to commercial fishing more
( pomp m;'and daisy chrysanthe- than a year Ago. Two :acts :were Before the registration officer and which can be depended upon to,
Friday night, October 3rd, at responded to treatment and will be
-' mums.-Adding, a tgucb of color to passed 6y the J947 legislature de takes oath that he I? a freeholder. take care of the water overflow, I
S:00; p. m. the kickoff will begin ready to go Friday night.
thepredominant, white and green signed* to ,reopen the waters to during floods and hurricanes. such,
i another Indian River Starting for,the :
Conference liqeups game
v setting-wa. an arrangement of the seining.. I : .. Blind children may no: longer as the one we. have just been I
\ tilt for the Okeechobee Catfish as Okeechobee; .
i colorful foliage ,of caladiums conk *One attempted to place the lake -, ,- *>e paid state asslt.ancci: unless through. j jVETERAN'S. ji
hey-battle-lbe heavier Stuart Lindy Brewer LEKinsaul
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tr' inbel VafaLa..Potted ajidXrjvfjsXynder'the l jurisdiction! _ofUve they have lived in Florid for tin
.. Tiirerbele vojtarh will "..J. LT '
mark C.Ba
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} saga..:palms were placed'ai a. Ii ?'salt -re .*%onset: rattoa cpn -- game: : ; yeajs'7of the preceding nine, V At. .OFFICE CLOSED
the opening "the homet seca'for 1tl ack Q (n..rii0,
end of the .fern-entwined white al mission and the other was designed ". j, : .... :.: ;> iafSey'tTenefal J T&m-Watson-hag The Veteran"rofic *bAs r s n., -
schednled aJohn C '
'Chobee as the game apq ; '
to exempt from penalties fishermen '' advised the state welfare board. discontinued asVot. Oct., I/1S4}r:
tar.A with Ft. Pierce was transferred to Joe St ickel,. RG
])program ,of nuptial music was charged with violating the The 1947 legislature in effect
their field because of the storm. Tommy Walker Co. Capt.. RT
furnished by Joseph Howell of game and fish commission regula- Jasper Lee RE f repealed' a 1943 law which allowedthe Mrs. Ed .Alderman. :who has

South Miami violinist, brother of tIons. Also this will be the first gameto board to assist bind children been ill for the past several weeks
John QB
,the 'bride, with Mrs, Mattle Lee Both of these acts 1iave been declared be played on the new, Catfish Bill Williams Watford., RH who had lived \n the state during was carried to the Morrell Memorial

McCranie of Okeechobee, accomPanist unconstitutional by lower field which has brand new lights the preceding year or 'who had Hospital at: Lakeland Sunday
Robett Hays, LH '
; aid by Miss Kathryn courts. However in a separate and bleachers which have a seating been born .In the state and 'Whose She was accompanied thereby
Raulie Raulerson, FB
Sweatt, of Okeechobee, vocalist: opinion, Circuit Judge Herbert B. capacity of approximately 400 Stuart: mother had lived here for a year Mr. Alderman and her daugher -

slater of ,the bridegroom with Mrs. Frederick of Daytona Beach held people. before the birth. The attorney :Mrs. Jay Robinson. Latest re
Bill Leach, LE -
Rae Boettger of. Okeechobee, ac- the constitutional amendment creating The Catfish, stunned from twostinging Charles Boggess LT general said that when the law ports are that her condition. i* un
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comPanist. :Violin selections were the game and fish commission defeats at the hands.'ot was amended to increase the max- hanged ,
Cowboy Wall, Capt., LG
t "Estrellita and "Intermezzo. and i was not properly adopted by Ft. Pierce and last week the TI- Haywood Wall C mum- -monthly assistance from S40

r, yocal numbers were "I Love You Florida voters. tulville Terriers, will be battling Bert Clements, RG to ISO the original act was fol- J. O. Fearce, Jr., was carried- to

Truly-."Because* and "God Made lIe said the 1941 Florida house all out to gain their first victoryof low d.and the 1943 proviso was he Fort Pierce'=HcBpTtai Monday
Lloyd Campbell, RT .
You Mine." and senate did 'not approve identical the 1947 season. Coach Lance omittedCounty ollowing an accident on the' cat-
Lamar Howard, .RE '
The traditional -wedding ..proposals, as required for an has put the locals through some Charles Titus, QB tIe ranch of his "father J.1b..

marches were used for the processional amendment to the constitution. stiff scrimmages this week In order commissIoners authorIty 'earce, Sr.
William Ferguson, RH
i and the recessional. At Pat Whitaker of Tampa and to round them Into condition LH to buy an automobile
Herbert Kraft
the end of the ceremony the ,vocalist Miss Mary Schulman prosecuting tor the Stuart-battle. There will John Gadd,: FB the sheriff to use in patrolling Mr. and Mrs. Jack: Davidson and_

sang. "Seal Us, 0 Holy attorney for Okeechobee county, be i some new faces in the starting Coach '-' Chuck Kindred, Assf. county roads and beaches, Attor- amity were visitors spending;'the

.; Spirit.. -" urged the court to grant the writ lineup for the game with Joe Joe McCoy. ney General J. Tom Watson has weekend in LaBeile with'hi/pa-, :

> :rJlebrt e, given! in marriage by of injunction today declaring the Strickel and Jack "Jaws" Gardner informed Comptroller C. M. Gay. rents and other relatives.' "',*:

her brother, Joseph .Howell, had asher fishermen to be in a "complete holding down the guard positions The attorney general added that if

maid -ot honor her eister, Miss state of destitution" and "facing Lindy Brewed will team, with Jasper Mr. and :Mrs. ,P. P. Evans and a sheriff used such a county .automobile Rubber tires on farm equipment -

Mary 'Howell, of Fort Meade starvation. "Spider" Ie at the end slots, aon and daughter, 'Were visitors he would not be paid a can cave, farmer. -up to,24

and .as bridesmaids, Miss Anna Doyle E. Carlton and Earl D. while Co-Capt. Tommy Walker andJ. .spending Monday in Miami where 1 1I mileage fee.Tallaha8eeThe. working days and G'IS gallons; of :.

Jane Evans of Okeechobee; Miss: Farr: attorneys for the commission C. Bass continue to run the I they went to attend memorial gasoline a year for each ISO acres: -0
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# Alvyna Sweatt, of .Okeechobee, sister however declared there was tackles. The Catfish will be led by i services for Dick Gaanere who was county' school work, According to the- B.:.F..

; ,of the bridegroom and Miss no emergency warranting the writ. Capt. Johnny Kinsaul at center. lost in a plane: accident in South board Is the final authority in de- Goodrich survey. -

Bessie Mae Raitsnider of Okeecho Whitaker declared "if hungry America. Mr. Granere'a wife was ciding I which school a child must

bee, Flower- girls "were Lois Howell babies and loss of equipment The backfield comes in for Its the former Miss Hazel Prince and attend, according to Attorney General ....',
remodeling as Ranlie Raulerson superintendent,. according to-4?Atorney _
sister of :the .bride, and Caro- doesn't constitute. an emergency, lived in Okeechobee many Tears J. Tom Watson. .
lyn Carter,: of Tampa cousin.. of the word ,ls meaninglessMis ." takes over the Fullbacks chores before going to Miami.7 In opinion _to Dr. H. F. PresS General J. Tom Watson;-

the bride and the little trainbearer Schulman said the fishermen and 'John "Snook" Watford moves The memorial servieea'were con- ton of the Melrose_ school, district I ounty Attorney W, ,J.'Tr'ergn- -
to the tailback spot. Bill Williams,, i son''ot Lake'City wrote the attorney -
sale ;.
the law
other of earninga at' Central the attorney general
,was Marilyn Mitchell. ot Fort had no way ducted the Baptist
at Wingback and Robert Hays In general that for several years,
,children the school board to make
:Meade. living a r.lhat. many Church: In Miami Monday night at requires
the blocking position rounds out: the Columbia county commission-
Mr. Sweatt, father of the bride- were not in school now "because jB P. M.. with the pastor Rev. c. arrangements for children to attend ?
the line-up. Herbert ThomaS and era had derided the road and
groom served as best man and there Is no money to bay them Roy Angel, in charge of the ser- those schools offering the fa-
Grdon Grooms. who have been con-. *"* needed the children bridge money five ways, and each
Carter Howell cilities by
ushers'were: of Fort clothes. vices. "
verted from guard Into backs wilt commissioner had operated his
'Meade,, brother of the bride; Laurence Fish Created as freshwater and which are most readly acceptable
saltwater j provide reserve strength for the and Involve the least cat own road department within his
k Sweatt of Okeechobee, brother = species can't be changed to
backs Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bates and district. Now, it deveops, three of
holds the
of the bridegroom; and Tommy fish by legislative action.** j This decision althoagh .
daughter Priors Donna, and alias and the five members of the commissioners
Last week the Catfish live district
Jouraejedto child In one
Evans of Okeechobee; Farr said. "It's time somebody may :
Titnsville and Limpingback t Vertyn Driggers, of_, Shreveport, school In another decided 'to pool all funds
came directed the
The ,pride leas gowned Sri whit does something in behalf of the ,be to
La..hare -their
returned to homeafter .
s 'ft and equipment, and the dissenting
E brocaded. faille designed with a people' of Florida instead of this on the short end of see i or even la another county.
spending time lasweek ied'to
j JUI& round' yoke of net outline small: minority..**' ; V,. count The battle. was about. evendating School prindpala are not permitted two members' : have re1
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in Okeechobeeas the guests district road build
lrfriersieadlBg surrender their *
V wtth-lhe chU td the _
atJi. test edge*by a circulaT rut the first half ; to transport jfc
of '
halt Mr.'aad Mrs, Jack Davidson.t. lug equipment.
ric.no fitted Schulman a visitor 6-0. The second | wrong school
tIe of.the, ; bodice Mary was
( 'full in turned out to be the nightmare=off The attorney general said the
wa pointed In front over the pending Sunday and Monday
!skirt which, ended in; along train Tallahassee where *he: was one of the game as the terriers crashed M. JSartin, Jr., returned to A majority: ojt'board of county state supreme court has" decided f
through tor three' more 'scores. fete- bona here last week from Atlanta commlasJoiters iecide'to pool that a'majority ofthe: "board of
apPe before can
reir' ,
With!, the I .shorts cap. sleeves, longinKtsYof the attorneys that -
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wa.s' theonl'ytanfalty diu wbere'Iie underwent county commissioners has authority
and
an
) "_theCJame :material as the the Supreme Courja.the "Snook Watford alt road and''bridgernoney \
Fishermen coming; out ot the, game. operation-three months'ago.condition Ills equipment and e.the road work: to decideJboV the cottntyBroaiand
dl'eS:: were_'worn-'The flnger-ti. case ot the Commercial % < -
,,'- Continued" OB Page 4) -"::-_'v :- -;" *' with;a" -pulled groin muscle Tie is jmproving;lowjy.' .; oc-1 :the-* -entireeouatpwader.:: i : ODe bridge Tmbney' 'shall be spent.

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For Profitable FeedingSaving THANKSGIVING Cht

WASHINGTON.The American farmer is going to lick 's-allum5l fan
soft corn will be a problem communism! gether at the end of the -

.facing,many farmers this year. exciting r und'p ;
Much of'the crop That's what your worried capital is saying today. American dances. And if >
you tract .
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went in so late that representatives abroad and at home are submitting one active part in the festi .. ,
t i frost became a factor report after another which register gains in the Soviet battle will soon be here,
r' In maturity as to build a Communistic world out of chaos. know the latest your
NEWEST FIGHTER PLANE The Curtiss XP-S7. AAF's newest dance steps,'
{; wen as in winter The reports come io from Prague, from Belgrade from S
.""'' handling of the corn. Budapest, showing how each day the iron grip of the Russiandominatedsecret by a two-man crew the plane has a wingspan of approximately Rhomb, samba tango fox- -
: :1 Next to chopping police is gradually choking off democracy in the little' countries. 65 feet about equal to its overall lenctb. Currently it Is beta* should be able to say. wta:
F t |7. and feeding green Reports from Rome tell us of a planned coup of the Moscow-directed Com- ground tested.NEWS lance"way rd no love matter to" to the any tempo.iavitatkia>

\r, one of the best.ways: : munistic party in Italy to overflow the government there. The open Our booklet No. 37 can
to get full value record of the meetings of the United Nations reveals the consistent attemptof latest dance steps with
from soft corn is to the Russian delegation to block diagrams and photograph :
the efforts
of the
struggling still-free REVIEWShowdown coin for "How to Do the I
put immature crops governments in Greece and France. Step to Weekly )
In the,silo or pasture them off with west 17th Street. New :
cattle,. hogs or sheep Capper's Some American political leaders. title Print and name No. 37.address with

Farmer points out. still look askance. at the huge program "realistic" side of the picture Near in U.N.;

Another method used by many of aid to .. .. will be brought home forcibly
growers in the last big soft corn western Europe -- : to America. The average citizen -
J year. IMS. was to build emergency envisioned in the .I \ as, well as the farmer and Grain Exports Reduced ClASSIFIE1DE I

cribs 11v1t, to six feet wide. The Marshall plan.Part --1 the exporter and others directly'
"' farmers set two rows of poles in the of the country dependent en international tradeas s PAR TMBJf. 1
j ground wired the tops together to seems unsympathetic a whole will realize that SHOWDOWN:
keep the cribs from spreading and or at what is at stake is somethingfar PERSONAL '.r
fastened woven wire or slat crib- least indifferent, greater than the dollar- Russia's Choice ) Atom Aiter-Eifects ( BaavmatlaaB-Arthrttia. Why

bing on the inside of the posts. These toward the effortto America's stake in the preserva Secretary of State George Marshall proven remedy. A port eart Suffer'Irifi <

I cribs built in east and west directions win the "cold tion of a free world-a world sounded like a man who was Although the atom bomb explosions you Laboratory Information., P. O.B No.x.obligation.ai-i Qaia'.m: r ,] _r
took best advantage of pre- war" against which will perish U Europe Is getting a'lot of things off his chest in Japan have caused some |
vailing winds. Russia with pure- underfed. What he said in an address before sterility among the people they

Farmers in many northern areas, lyeconomlcweapon. Russia has only about one-sixth of the U. N. general assembly of 55 have not affected the soil adverselyand
where corn is likely to be caught ., becauseIt the amount of wheat which the Unit- nations amounted to a call for a may even have brought about R1
4 4b by frost before it is mature regularly means sacrifices ed States is able to spare accord showdown with Russia. 'an Improvement in the rice

cut 'up large quantities and on the partof ing to current estimates. The Unit- The Soviets he intimated have Dr. Shields Warren crop.pro
cure it as fodder. Ears later are the American'Ba kha&8 ed Nations food and agriculture or- held to their stubborn veto-bound lessor recently returned from Japan BUY Y.DEXTRAI
f husked by hand or with a shredder. citizen. Some officials ganization estimated it as 70 million course in the United Nations long where he studied after-effects of
Most hybrid corns are stiff stalked in the administration sup- bushels against our 400 million enough.To the bomb said that its effects L

and have a good root system. They porters of the Marshall plan In congress bushels as stated above. make the delinquents come to human beings may carry into the
will stand with few fallen ears well and a few diplomats at home Our own situation we admit is time. Marshall proposed a four third generation producing freaks.
into the winter. Since ears will and abroad are frightened by this not too good. Nevertheless we are point plan of action to the general SAVINS!
dry .with less spoilage on a standIng attitude. In a much better position on a com- assembly: WHOSE FAULT?

stalk many farmers prefer to Until recently this correspondent. petitive basis than Russia. There
let hogs cattle or sheep harvest the has been pretty much distressed appears little doubt in the minds of IHe suggested creation of a new Taft TalksSen. BOND

crop. Ii the men most familiar with the committee of 55 countries Robert Taft
too. But I feel better after talking facts I (Rep., Ohio)
with certain officials whose names that when the full force of this I which would operate without who had to crash a sign-toting picket -L NOVMrr

i seldom appear in the news. These situation and what it means is real- veto and would remain constantlyin line to get to his audience to
KNOW YOUR BREED ized in this country Europe be session to consider world security
men are not cabinet officers they may a Republican rally 1
'J saved for democracy and the questions and function as a board of in Los SEOJRI
t Morgan Horse are not diplomats they are not the Angelesthat
leaders in congress whose faces ap American farmer will have at least appeals. Potentially the committee if President
i By W. J. DRYDENJustin in the two-thirds of the credit due him. would be a rival to the security Truman had
pear news pictures and whose S counciL not llJ1.1fCr QUR_ fUr U R t .
III adumbrations are quoted in the .a jumped the gunscrapping io '
""'1 Morgan was the fountain- daily dispatches. They are Just the He announced that the U. S. was price
; !i head of the first great family of men who do the work for which 2.ready to relinquish, in all but the controls the current

American horses. The Morgan Uncle Sam "pays the wage/ gravest cases its veto privilege and inflation spiral *-
f .strain secured its name from the Implicitly challenged Russia to do might have been
man who bred the original Morgan They are paid for knowing likewise. delayed a while

horse and owned him, until late about American farms and r longer.
Fin 1795. I American farmers. Their con 3 ,He blamed Russia for the U. S.-

For 150 years Americans have sensus Is embodied in the first Soviet deadlock in Korea and arrived Exactbhow Taft
; been line of this The /' said that America would submit the at the.rather ,, v
j jto proud to claim Morgan blood dispatch: American 9 F
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f farmer is going to lick com-
sion
Taft was not immediately
i-1 ft t munism. I believe the farmer action. clear. The

will do it, not because be knows 4 He blamed Russia for using senator himself last year was denounced o ,
;k.i, It will pay him In dollars now, vetoes to protect. Yugoslavia by Mr. Truman for his part s
S
but because he Is going to be Albania and Bulgaria from being in writing a price control extensionbill >r -
Tk convinced before very long thatit pronounced guilty of meddling in which the President branded as }
t will pay America.' The Amer- 'Greece. He said the U,. S. would ask being worse than no controls. Mr.
ican farmer will do It by providing the assembly to vote guilt for the Truman's subsequent veto of the

tI the food necessary to bait three satellites and to demand that bin allowed price controls to expire change to CALOXfor
t, chaos m Europe just as he they refrain from interfering in automatically.

v I proved the verity of the slogan: Greece. Nailing down. the first plank in the louc
effect
"Food win win the war.'* V1 what apparently is designed to be

: The history of Europe since the PRICE BATTLE: his campaign platform for the 1948 on your smile
.
war is that every government falls Exports Cut presidential nomination Taft assailed Efficient Cola tcorks bID lien 1
, I when 'the bread ration is reduced. the administration's recordon .'t
Secretary of Agriculture Clinton taxes and spending.The 1Hdpsremo.efdm..brinaom
The men who know ten me that ail the natural butte of '
whatever the total amount in goodsor P Anderson had a "Horatio at thebridge" country must.elect a Republican yourmile. .,
dollars demanded by 'the Marshall air about him as he an- president next year if It is genuinely 2 A ingredient la Cabs i
nounced that the government had interested in reducing taxes encourage"pl4rlDUUP-1
plan it is safe to say that ,
I made a drastic cut-back of grain and and spending. Taft observed. which has a to nic effect on gaois
wo-thirds of it win be for food- I
"Please, kid, don't EVERgo flour allocations for export In No- ( .helps makes them firm androsyTone
either the food commodities them ap you smile..wubf .,
collective SPEED-UP "
l lL on me. vember. : CaJO1
< selves or the dollars with whichto I
t Good example of a Morgan horse. buy them.American. The move generally was accounted Forrestal. In I Mt. Ja Jwaere Mclfaare l ist ies i
What do the Russians. think of as another noble stand againstthe 1JJ ..n if 9 y.rSys :
r.. in their horses. It implied energy dollars are crowing "collective farming'* comma forces which are causing domestic James V. Forrestal wasn't due to ,
courage bottom and exceDent.addle very scarce In Europe but there nized agriculture under the Soviets food prices to spiral dizzily. This be sworn in as U. S. secretary of
horse. The breed is being are three things which the European ? Wen, I asked a friend of one. however had the blessings of defense for another
perpetuated at the United States purchaser hesitates to quit mine Paul Ward "of the Baltimore the grain trade as "a step in the week but President ,
Morgan horse farm. Middlebury.* Vt. buying-grain, coal and fats. Sun, who get this ,story right direction." Truman manifestly TRY POST-WAR 7"ASTElAaJllr
: In height it ranges from 14.2 handsto You will' notice that France from a Cnsslan, a good Communist. Reducing the export allocationsfor alarmed over

15.2 bands, with IS hands being when It reduced Its Imports (as Wham be met In' Moscow. November was In line with the the trend of world xT 6'66' COLD
given preference. an European countries are doing After a few vodkas the Xtassky government's surprise revision of events ordered the

as their dollars decline) used to tell stories. This was the nation's 1947 export goal from former secretary of TABLETS
tried to hold on to her grain one: Stalin and Roosevelt the to taia. ...... .
were some 450 million bushels of grain navy Jump o tY ftHMp fQBWB.T iiiwMimf
I Herds and Flocks I coal and edible fats as .long as driving through the countryside.A down to 350 million. the gun in taking e.c.k"riII..tit_(........!tliflc !!
possible. cow got Into the road In front over his new Job. --
(In a> significant sidelight, Anderson -
of them and wouldn't move. The Mr. Truman
Pall pigs should be kept gaining Even if the Marshall plan were scoffed at the prospectof observed
driver tried to shoo it but that In view
.from the start. If they stop gaining not put into effect in time to provide away returning to rationing by '
it wouldn't bodfe. Finally Stalin of conditions Forrestal
it is harder to get them started extra dollars, for their grain pointing out that such a program *
got oat went to the abroad the
cow and nation
again and it takes more feed. Don't purchases, there will be a lag of up could not be put into ef- should have its ii lint Kin its MO if
:.L let them lose some months before the farmer is whispered into Its ear. The cow fect before the need for it would secretary of defense in office and RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

their milk fat. touched in his pocketbook. By that gave one frl&bteDeclloot. Jumped be over.) functioning. The conditions which
time if nothing Is done the Euro over the fence and disappeared he did not specify probably were the
: Keep weeds cutunder in the distance. Next move it was hinted would current
....... pean countries starve. unrest in Trieste and the
your electric be an attempt by Secretary Ander MCNEIL'SIVtAGTC.
-. "What did you say to the cow UV S.-Russian stalemate in
the
fence to prevent son to put through a sharp reduction
to United
make It do that? Roosevelt Nations topped off
grounding Free World asked. of total food exports-not Just grainas retary of State by Sec .
Set the posts at an angle and Marshan's challeng "
;you the only'practical of pulling
It at StakeExports Stalin smiled. "Don't ten way ing speech before the REMEDY
-
can keep the 'weeds cut with the anybody down prices. general as
mowing machines but I said to'her: 'If yon sembly. BLESSED REUfF
}3.rg. : Flush to Europe already have don't get out of acre, but quick The U. S. state department, however Now presiding over the unified
ewes before the breeding been cut down. That will ,. committed to taraotl.triaQraarr.d'L fataifite *
affect first its "save Eu.rope"
rn put collective army navy and air
'season you en a :: forces
that Force
is. feed them generously of w aHTNk ill Hit s!Jrliit/
in
employment people this coun- farm ** program, no doubt'would ob- tal is the armed forces
so they win be gaining at breed- try in such export industries as radio ject vehemently to any such action. sentative the only re preff m cm MM row a n tat*man* '
Ing time. Changing from scant to electrical appliances and like I II. on Presidents cabinet. earn ins ter,ter,iititlltfllt kyt.s *Mg

good pasture or feeding some grain gadgets which can be spared. It is I.

will put the ewes hi better condition quite possible that there may be a NO EXPLOSION POSSIBLE WNU 14 40fBacK
.. Flushing results in more certain sufficient increase meanwhile in employment ..
breeding.Cows *'
in construction
or other -
frik. due to freshen in late f sit domestic industries which !
win absorb That 'Na : '
should be dried I ;:
off and given eigbJ ,this unemployment and keep
up Science Npw'Spalliates'AtomsScientists
weeks of vacation to get ready forthe .
the purchasing of the -/"h
blessed. event. 'During this rest sufficiently power to maintain present consumer .:h.. \::

period, feed a fitting ration to keep farm prices. In any case there I now can split the atomsof sizing that the fission of such ele- They will -- Hay Warn of l J r--i

the cow the in calf.good flesh and help develop probably win be a six months lag five more metals-lead.-bismuth ments "opens no'possibility for the scientific and greatly medical enrich the field of J Kidney Adh

before prices are greatly affected. thallium platinum and tantataro- production of self-sustaining .chain adding'at least 100 research by Yod.aof
new
Eventually the marginal achievements destined to open new reaction." radioactive
isotope
surplus to the
Some New Weed Killers would be touched (if Europe is not roads toward man's ultimate, mastery As 'a 'matter of fact he added, ready produced.If more than 590 al rIak-'cj(e e -naa47.u.ia .-.
> .
;Give'.! stimulated) as it was in 1920. Then of the atom.: they can't even be used as'sources Is the beginning the 7d...,s2'b aN apt to>;aM.a
& .Results of ...
of a tea &.0 -- .
you recall grain prices dropped although However there's no need to worry atomic energy for-purposes less of nuclear herald f a la.'d:
New weed'JdDen, to supplemen exports were still heavy. about the possibility; that a "cheap" violent' than that of blowing mankind Next step is development to baioid
2.4-D .are appearing with good re However the'demand at that, times atomic bomb could -be made by to bits..They'don't emit enough develop such create machines that brYds ....t_ Naboc+hc
ports. Quack grass and crab gra was not great enough to absorb the splitting the atoms of such a' com- energy for that man 'w1U be high energies that a.c, paiaa. '::='
abU .
are two weed pests which 2,4-D does to create matter B entire American output. It is this mon metal as lead according to Actually the atoms of the five out of o energy thus or
not control. XFC... developed in "marginal surplus" .which decides Prof. Glenn,T. Seaborg.' University metals are not split-they're splin- process of the reversing the ttaaw buaiac xanty o* to. ***
.EDglaDd' 'during the.war and now the prices at home. When the tie-: of California physicist, who played tered. Scientists can this splintering turns matter atom bombwhich 'vriaatlaa., .' &..-
DOinI.
Into 1'17 'PiJIa.
is giving good results in the control maud for the first bushel over and a dominant role In'development: of proceu "spaJ11ation""to'distfn Apparen energy. -tops oK hanaiat .
'oi(;quack, grass.stolonsJandseed: above the domestic.'surplus ends..u the'first atom bomb. it from plain ordinary fission:; tertagthis 07 the. prospects for en. ,"=:Tb y bass fc.4 sure =.-Wf......
next et
Wi.
:,: Inks, in tests conducted by the U. S. affects the whole price structure. '1'he'da- has'not ret come when 'What good is the spaBiattoa of good.'Thus energy region" are aeneg b omra s.ire:
;: : department of agriculture..-. .,It is'harmless atomic bombs: could be made-with a&om.U'the-; can't be; utilized directly even we may look forward to :1. .
} ,;. to 'persons and ,to,, some Before sack a situation arises common elements such.a: lead and for atomic bombs or energy in the more develepmeeta

... broadleai '.plants.i It Is firmly, believed that the, bismuth, Dr.'Seaborg'said empha- Their -purpose is humanitarian.-. .Seaborg fields predieted.of nuclear seiouea Dr: DOANS PILLSlI'w.

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Marine Club Serves Living 1 Pineapple Designs,.



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} SANFRANCISCO CALIF.-Many a foxhole dream comese n.a

as:marines and former marines gather in the congenial Released by Western Newspaper Union. 3> 939e

id swankr atmosphere of the Marine: Memorial club whichas
Will Bust Follow rVar Boom?
/ established here a year ago as the only living memorialo

[ the gallantry of all marines. REMEMBER the prosperity we

.The lush surroundings: of the Memorial club, located in aUlitr. following e'l ?
-: > swank hotel at butter and World War I? Everybody who want- -
ed to workhad a Job. Wages
streets in the bean of down- were ; rt5

San Francisco, are a ,far cry high. The farmers had $2 a bushel

In the filth and deprivations of wheat with all other farm product
prices in proportion. So '. -
ale living, which was the lot of long as
many marines. those prices prevailed, continued Ss
payment interest on farm mortgages
; ,
,But it was the unappetizing ,PX -' -
was possible.
dons. the warm beer and the generally ,
7 7t For some two and a half years we
stale candy,ban munched in '
sailed a tranquil sea. with a fair
foxholes which are responsible for t and steady wind.. Then the squall
,., the
Marine Memorial
[ club. Profit
struck. It not
was a hurricane and
[ accruing from these sales went to did not last long .x
the post exchange fund but in reality -
From 1924 to 1929, five years
belongs to. ,the marines who
we went ap, and up and up.
spent it. Usually such money is used :
to buy recreational equipment that t : Never had we known such prosperity -

;Uncle Sam doesn't furnish. This (?) as of those five years.
time The stock: market boomed. Millions -
however marine headquarter -
., in Washington felt that the were getting rich (?) on

;:money should be used in a way that paper by buying stocks on mar-

I;would honor marines who died in gins. Any stock even those fal-
.9 lacious Insult issues, were clam-
combat
:: by serving those who fought
', and lived. ored for, and were always on a

bull market.We .
The solution is the Marine were assured by'both businessand

,. Memorial club where all mem- political leaders that our pros- 0.

ber.meet on 'an equal footing; perity (?) was to be. permanent; : i-

i where ,name, rank and serial that America never again would

t Bomber poll no weight; where know the need of pinching pennies;

the famed "esprit de corps" of that the conditions we then were en- Quick Breads Take Little Mixing TimeSee

r the service eaters into civilian 4 joying would continue. ( recipes below.) ANOTHER top-notch pineapple '
f living. design combined with a center
J That was a city condition in ; of delicate little medallions .
Breads
Tempting
San Francisco was selected as the LIVING MEMORIAL Termedthe which the man on the farm was LYNN CHAMBERS MENU :nakes this exquisite.. doily. So

location for the club because so only living memorial to military not a participant. As early as many uses!

many marines passed through the men the Marine Memorial 1925 Europe had passed the buying There is no aroma more appe te- Barbecued Lamb Breast e e .

Golden Gate on their way to the club in San Francisco offers con ; stage and the United States provoking than that tantalizing one Green Lima Beans Make doily In 2 sizes. Large one SO

Pacific' felt at home here "and genial and lush club life to presentand had ceased to buy for European which comes from the oven In which Pan-Fried PotatoesSpinachCarrot rections Inches in for No.2 doilies.30 cotton. Pattern 939; di- \

,wanted to return. former members of the corps. consumption as it had during bread is baking. And what is more Salad New. improved pattern makes needle-
The man behind this club is the and for a time after the war. of a treat than eating the bread itself Cornbread work so simple with its charts photos.

man:who was behind the 21st regi- Wheat had dropped to $1 or lessa ? Beverage 'Swedish Pancakes cents.concise directions. Price of pattern 20

ment of the 3rd division in the battle Country Doctor bushel, and $1 wheat would Piping hot muffins,add interest to Recipe given.Raised Due to an unusually large demand and
for not pay Interest on that farm the simplest 'hot coffee cakeis current conditions, slightly more time 4s
Hellzapoppin bridge on Bougain- supper; required in ailing orders for a few of the
ville ,island-Brig. ,Gen. Evan Or- Remains Active mortgage. a delight to Luncheon Muffins. most popular patterns. -

,chard Ames (retired).. The club is As late as January. 1929, a few both early and Send your order to:

f his baby. A fighting man ,himself. At Age of 90 weeks before he left the White late risers while (Makes 1 dozen 3-inch muffins)
1 I
Dep&I
he has helped to make,many a fox- House, President Coolidge assuredus thick and thin package yeast, compressed Sewing Circle Needlecraft
BURLttfGAME KAS. o'ne' J4 cop lukewarm water 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago SO, m. !
hole dream a reality by creating a of America never again would sink slices alike as '
'club where marines can take it the last of Kansas' horse-and-buggy into the morass of depression; that long as they are W cop milkS Enclose 20 cents for pattern.

easy, have the shave and steam doctors 90-year-old Dr. F. E. our continued prosperity (?) was as- of homemade 'Vj y eggs No_ !

bath they once longed for, in an ex- Schenck hails modern medical tech- sured for all time. There was no bread-make superb 54 cop sugar '

clusive ,town club atmosphere.For niques and the latest drugs but cloud in the sky. sandwiches for school lunchesor 1 teaspoon salt Nam"f f
sadly recalls "the old J4 cup melted shortening '
good days. late'snacks.
the men and women of the IT CAN HAPPEN AGAIN
When the venerable old doctor 1 teaspoon grated orange rind
corps who did return, the club is Then in October of 1929 the hurricane Many homemakers don't botherto
was in his of %)- cups floor, sifted Costs
early $25,000(
years practice Monthly to
unique in its exclusiveness for only struck. It was not another make homemade bread because ,
marines and civilian marines may here, his use of horses often spared short-lived: squall but a real twists they think-it is a time-consuming Crumble yeast into lukewarm water Sail Largest Private Yacht \-

belong. Their families wives par- him some physical strain in an almost er. Overnight it swept away that procedure. Actually its far sim- to soften. Scald milk. CooL

ents (including Gold Star parents) 21bourdally schedule. His paper wealth (?) so many bad con- pler than mixing a cake or even Beat eggs in mixing -
team he recalls could be trustedto The world's largest private
and children over 21 are eligible,for sidered inexhaustible riches. Indus- cooking a vegetable and the pleasure bowl. Add ,.
take him home yacht is the Savarona which
without was
guest memberships. Old ,friends in guidance."That's trial production' largely stopped. of it is so great,, it's more sugar-salt. shortening 4 s'
built in
in 19.1
Germany at cost
one advantage a
other services once attached to a we Jobs were gone. Prices of farm than worth the little effort. and orange 'a
had the of $4,500,000 for the late Mrs. R.
over doctor
present-day
rind. Mix
marine unit have an associate lower. Banks well rte.
may ** products dropped even Orange Oatmeal bread is good M. Cadwalader of
*, he maintains. "The team Philadelphia
membership. Marine identificationserves failed by the thousands. Tens of Add cooled milk ;
when sliced thin for sandwiches.
would Just head for home and I and which is now the presidential
and
1
as both dues and initiation thousands of farm cup flour.
mortgages were
Moist and tender it keeps its flavor -
"
of
could sleep during the ride. Beat smooth. Add yacht Turkey. Although having
fee.' foreclosed. softened yeast.
Despite the weather the hour or easily. and slices readily. The I Mix well. Add only 13 staterooms, this steamship
remaining flour.
That hurricane the after-
In theSkytop room.prodding his advanced age Dr. Schenck still was flavor actually improves when the Beat 2 minutes. Fill greased muffin is 408 feet long weighs 4,700 gross
math of World War L It had
the 'clouds; in the. swimmingpool will answer a call from any of the taken more than 10 years to bread is kept for a day before-being- pans half full. Let rise in warm tons, requires a crew of 72 and
-
12 stories below and all townsfolk He has reduced his cut. has an operating cost of
on practice strike America, Before that It place until doubled (about 45 minutes average
the floor in between, marines considerably and should cut it had created havoc in Europe, Oraage'Oatineal Loaf ). Bake in -a moderate (375-: $25,000 a month.0WALIAJ7KE. -

and former marines can relax down more but he says it's Just and had we watched the International (Makes 4-by-74nch loaf) degree) oven for 13to 20 minutes.

and enjoy dab life. All the fa- habit for him to minister to the barometer we' might 'H Cup"evaporated'mIIkH Date and Pecan Ring Is an 'at r--_r
:cillties 'a first-rate.hotel are medical needs of the of
of people tractive as well as novel bread.
have expected it to strike here, cop orange Juice
I
available for a very,low,tariff. Burlingame.The in fool's 1 SMALL FRY. bY it:
but we were living a teaspoon grated orange peel Date and Pecan Ring. !
habit is
so firmly entrenched
For travelers there's a*choice of in tact, that Dr. Schenck has be- paradise and did not prepare. 1 cup quick-cooking oats Dates, halved
Win history repeat Will the 1 cup sifted flour MVef FOPaLMMtERJCA'S
290 rooms fully equipped with all come an institution in this small Pecans, halved ):
hotel facilities; for those who Just Kansas town. aftermath of World War n be a J 4' teaspoon salt Honey

'want to relax after 'a hard'day at Some of the people he has broughtinto hurricane-'for America? Should 1 teaspoon baking powder' 1 cop sifted white floor

the office -or exercise before break- the world are babies nursing in the rest of the world go down 1 teaspoon soda 2J4 teaspoons baking powder ttv

fast, there is the tiled swimming their mother's arms. Others are we will go the same way. We % Cup sugar *>4 teaspoon soda -

pool with water blue as the Mediter- more than 60 years old. Dr. Schenck could drown In our efforts to H cup
ranean and',not nearly_as cold. doesn't have any idea how save the rest of the world. 1 egg 1 cop unsifted whole'wheat floor
many '
There is one thing we, as individuals Ji cop molasses
4 cop brown sugar
Three dining three cocktail births he has assisted."I .
roon9 can do to help keep us out of 2 tablespoons shortening, melted
H cup'pitted
dates
<<
lounges a steam room barbershop do know: be says, "that I chopped

library and writing room and have brought the third generation the breadlines should catastrophe Mix milk orange Juice and grated H cup pecans coarsely chopped
strike. We for
can save something .l -
I ballroom provide all the facilities of some families around peel and add to oats. Let this mix- IK cups rich milk:
those possibly black days, out of the
of a swank hotel. But although it'sa here into the world." ture stand for an 2 tablespoons vinegar i
abundance we have today. The
2 ecPo'beaten
million dollar layout a,man can A large man with good posture 2'4 hour. Sift flour
growing savings bank balances isevidence
spend a little instead of a lot The and firm voice Dr. Schenck is salt baking powder 2 tablespoons shortening melted
that we are saving while
club is operated on the policy of partly bald but has a thick gray ,:1 soda and Grease an 8-inch ring mold thor
-L
the ever-growing personal loans to
many ..pendfncliWe, rather than mustache. ,He keeps well posted on installment is !!I.p sugar. Add oughly. To prepare decorative topping
finance evidence
a few spending a lot. aH new developments in the medical purchases chopped nuts alternate halves of dates and FAVO JTEiHERE .,
that many may be headed to
.profession, his medical library ward personal disaster. f Beat egg into pecans on bottom of mold and drizzle S oNLVONE ICELLOGGS

being considered one of the largest a ,oatmeal mixture with honey. In a mixing

,Dog .Completes: School in the country. .:?.':.. At. .... Add molasses and bowl sift flour baking powder soda 'CORN R.A1ESGET1HE
'PQrf.ctRecordScKEFsPORT .Advancements in medical tech- Save While We Have it .- : beat thoroughly. and salt. Add ,whole wheat flour / / WHiTE/ i

,With' niques and development of newdrugs America's annual per capita in- t Stir in melted brown'sugar, dates, nuts and mix RB, AND GZEEN P GE

"M PA. Although will be responsible for an come has hit an all-time high. D'- shortening. Add thoroughly- Combine- milk and'v1D- REGUCAS Olt FAMILY SIZE.M$1a5

raged and nearly blind. Spotty a ever-increasing rise in the nation'* Twelve hundred dollars each year flour mixture and stir just to blend. egar. Add shortening then add .

woolly black and white dog. left an health standards he believes. for each one of us. men women and Pour into a greased loaf pan and beaten& eggs. Stir in dry ingredi Y

almost unmatchable record behind babies. No people in the world, including bake In a moderate '(350-degree) ents. Mix Just untO flour disap Z

when he was graduated from.grammar ourselves ever before have oven for about 50 minutes; or until pears. Pour into prepared ring

school into retirement. EvictedTakes enjoyed (?) such an income. It is done mold and bake in, a' hot (425--

'Providing'.a climax for the graduation fine while it lasts, but what of tomorrow Pecan Wheat Muffins. degree) oven for J3 minutes then
? It was not many years ago reduce heat to moderate (350 de-
IL E. Along
exercises. Principal House
(Makes 12 to IS muffins)
when wheat was selling at 50 centsa grees) and continue baking for 20
called to the
Remaley
Spotty stage
1 cup sifted wbole''wheat floor
bushel; cotton at five cents a to 25. minutes.
after diplomas had been presentedto % cup sifted white floor
all the pupils. Gingerly,. the dogtrotted HAGERSTOWN. MD. When pound; hogs from $3 to $-I' a hun- 4 teaspoons baking powder Swedish Pancakes WithBerTJ' Y
dred when corn went at 30 .
Jesse Young carpenter, receivedan ; begging Sauce.
up the steps to receive a 94 teaspoon salt
real diploma and a certificate of eviction notice, he was not down. to 40 cents a bushel. Yes. prosperityis 1 egg (Serves 4)
cast. Instead, be went down to his fine, but let us remember some of
perfect attendance.The 4 cop brown sugar 1 cup sifted enriched flour
basement and built himself a, new the yesterdays and prepare for the \
dog trailed to school behind H cup evaporated milk 14 teaspoon baking powder
house out of army surplus trunk possible tomorrows. If we will but
94 teaspoon salt
members of the'Stanko family for H cap-water
crates.In stick away a fair portion of our
10 years. First he followed John, 3 tablespoons melted shortening 1 tablespoon sugar
months the and $1.200 per capita income rather
two story a
Roselle J4 chopped 1 egg, beaten
then and finally youngRobert cup pecans
half dwelling was completed. Mod- than spending it all for fur coats, 1 cop milk
Stanko who was graduated Justa
few minutes ahead of his master. eled after' an English cottage. the diamond rings high-powered automobiles Sift first four ingredients twice, 1 tablespoon melted shortening

house baa two rooms and a bath and other non-essentials we returning bran in sifter to silted Sweetened berries er Jam ':'

downstairs with enough space to did without when wheat was-selling mixture.;;: Beat egg add brown sugar ma ran BCZEMA

In Mien make rooms upstairs. at 50 cents a bushel we'will have milk'and water. Stir until mixture salt Sift together flour. baking powder, ITCHYQuickly -
August and sugar. Combine .,mIlk SCALING
When moving day came Young something to tide us over the rough is dissolved then add short

TOMAHAWK. WES.=It Just had to and a son Frank who is a me*, spots should we again strike them. ening. Stir liquid quickly into dry Add and melted to flour shortening.mixture. Mix Mix'smooth.. wen. forting GRArS appjtr OINTMENT com with

:, be a summer wedding when. May chanlc loaded the floors walls and I The time to practice'thrlft is when ingredients. With the'last few stirs Using 2 tablespoons of batter for its wholesome antiseptic and nature

June;'daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. other parts of the"new house onto a we have something that can be add chopped nuts. 'Pour batter immediately aiding medication.Nothing else
each cake hot
bake like
on griddle or it-nothing-
John July, became the bride of truck.' It took two-hours to put the saved. We do not have to go m'a into greased muffin' (tins. pleasant for comforting
skillet,, "Spread each cake with butter externally caused akin
Frank Welke, son of Mr. and Mrs. house together, six more hours to spend-it-all binge Just because we Bake In. a hot (400-degree) oven then with berries or Jam. trouble 36o. Get a package today.
touches., are prosperous. About 20 minutes..
August Welke. apply the finishing r e e I Released by Western Newspaper v...

Because of money advanced on GIRLS .
WOMEN
Names Tourists I government guaranteed loans to LYNN SAYS: For a different egg salad, add a !

i Street a as - :"Confuse- > buy houses the government within J1aT '. the Thing few capers"to the chopped egg anda' try this if You'reNERVOUS. .
.yam
I the next five years will have many In Sandwiches few herbs'to the dressing used
NEW ORLEANS.-It's no wonder street but for 30 years after the "
tourists are confused although faa change city- directories continued to thousands of homes on its banda. For'a tasty as well as a nourishing _for moistening the,mixture.

canted 'by .street names in New list a traps Street Church." Then there should be home bargains. sandwich spread sliced lunch- Leftover -weiner can be choppedor

Orleans. The' city has about' 2,100 Lafitte street crosses Claibome available. eon meat with cream cheese mixed ground with'pickle' reIsh"to be '..UITMI .s-Of

miles of streets and, 1.100 street avenue by design since-pirate Jean S e e with' chives.. 'This tastes very special used as sandwich filling. Add a bit Da female ftutettOBal oaWi dteeae..o .

natoes.: Lafltte and Gov. William Claiborne With the highest wage scale, on'rye bread.For' of mayonnaise or sandwich spread, 'maces II:6U ycm fed nerrotH.
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we ever have known; with more : if desired., real ana ttred 0I -*&welt tssI
'a well-seasoned sandwich
Take Tchoupitoulas. for 'wt nee. were always at crosspurposes.Basic 'rheu 44 tl7 LJd1a L PS baa.. .....
It lathe oldest street name in'New : street, probably'toe most people working than ever before spread that yon can keep in the When you can't slice, cooked tt&bl.e. Compound to z B*** ..*> ...
famous in ear history; even la wartime, refrigerator, cream butter and mixwith to.ucuany longer, cut off the Ifs/ss oas for Wsl2h tea
Orleans aDd'been speHedAofficiaBy thoroughfare, once was renamed meaty >atnLham', ,.....,. .
20 different'way*.:: '. -. Saratoga street but:citizens FbI do oar relief cost contfaae: one of the following: sweet pieces and mix with chopped bard- I IIuU reshranc. a.... .osA a

x-BurgBBdy wee:wa Craps" street. demanded the return..,toBasio to go toward Instead of dews- pickle relish horseradish colon cooked egg-and boiled dressing for snu. Also a pa&1MIU11I1.nrx fioaaehae *S e!4

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f I :: 2 ; THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, Oct. .3>"

iF ) t
?" HIGHLIGHTS heavy Industrial equipment. The cake was cut in traditional man-

) @heuqnhee ;News ECONOMIC only hope for European economic ner by the bridal couple. M-I:;

., Business Week recently ran an salvation to rebuild her shattered During the reception, music was Rom where I sit ... dr Joe
whose title "U. S. Ex- Bell -
"J: Published :Margaret
every Friday by the articles .basic industries and she furnished by Miss

l t'- = A. Okeechobee: News Co.. at Okeeehobee ports r End of a Boom" outlines a can't get the machinery anywhere of Fort Meade and Miss Louann ,

Okeeehobee County Florida. situation of rapidly growing eco- except from us. Carter of Tampa a cousin of the ,

; BRYANT BOWDEN ,........Editor economic importance to this country Obviously, the market for any- bride pianists, and by Judge Tom "Its Living

.. '.. and the world. thing resembling a luxury or non- Conley of Okeechobee who sa( g,
,.. Since the end of the war, we essential item will practically "van "Sweetest .Story Ever Told" and That Counts"I

k SUBSCRIPTION RATES have been selling goods abroad ata Miss Ernestine Hunt of Okee-
'r One Year in advance ... ...$3.00< ish.All by
t 1-5'' tremendous rate. Europe presentsan of this be changed by chobee whose vocal selections. were
Six Months in advance ..... may I I stole the title of this column a glass of mellow beer with
f Three Months in advance ....... 1.00 Insatiable appetite for the pro- future American legislative action. "In the Garden of Tomorrow' and friends
from magazine article that said the
a companionship of
'l-, -, ducts of America and so, to a lesser The Marshall Plan for instances, "If I Could Tell You." The bride's man and
; a whole lot better than I can what wife unruffled by distractions
> .: Entered as second class matter July extent, do the other continents. involves much food for Europe as book was presided over by Miss farm and country life can mean., the city the mutual tolerance of
? -' Okee- That appetite has not slackened in well durable But at best, Bronna Mae Durrance of Fort
< in goods. ,
i" : I, 1914, at the Post Office We talk about farm profits of one another's tastes-in ehooa-
t ehobee Florida, under Act of March the slightest-but, even so, our exports It will be limited in scope. And it Meade. pro- :
duction research and mechanical ing a friend, or a glass of beer
,
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1879.. orimprovments
;;! 8, are now declining in both countriesnot Assisting in the hospitalitieswere
applies only to European :
r'o' : .. but isn't it true, a candidate for Governor.
volume and value, and everyone within the Soviet sphere of In- Miss Alberta Louthah and
(what we really value is the life Mind, I'm all for material tm-
expects they will drop drasticallyIn fluence. Miss Dorothy Stewart of Okeechobee -
ATTRACTIVE E PLACE
'country living offers as?...the provements. But from where I lit
the future. There is always the possibilityof and Mrs. Bea Pearce Mrs. A. ,
chance to be close to families the real goodness
our of
,: As attractive home, painted. for this U obvious our country
The reason Mrs
more American loam and cred B. Mart Mn. Buddy yarn,
and neighbors...children sharing life is that spirit of
t f i nut, and tidy, and ft trim and American exports have lately been its. But Congress will mon slowly Asa Lewis, Mies Iris Stokes, Miss in the chores.,working with our moderation and good tolerance,

well-kept yard should be the aim leaving our ports at the rate of when it comes to this. There is Evelyn Baggett. Miss Freda Zan own hands at a worthwhile job. fellowship

f of every rural family In Florida. $16.000,000,000 a year. On the other a feeling that Europe has not made der, Mrs. ,Jbhn Caruthers, and
And country pleasures
There are several reason for hand, our Imports have been at of For : are 11(.. A _
the moat of the aid we have given Mrs. A. B. McMillan, all simple: good talk at day's end andCopyrtgTit -.,- '
having a home that Is pleasant to the rate of only $6,000,000.000 a <30 far. Meade. c7VV

I see. First, folks who live In such year. This means that the balanceof Perhaps the most remarkable II The bride traveled in a suit of

,. a home; enjoy it more and derive the world has been operatingat proposal yet is Mr. Bevin's Suggestion light beige with black asseccories .19-17.United Slates Brewers Foundata ,
a great deal of satisfaction from deficit of $10,000,000,000 a I
yearin
a
'- that the U. S. divide up the and wore an orchid corsage. After

I. their efforts to make It attractive. foreign trade with us alone. Fort Knox gold in the interest of I their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.

Second such a home speaks for And it means that its dollar credits world recovery. One American I Sweatt will reside in Sebastian. i

'I the family that lives in It-It expresses have been running out alarm- spokesman observed that this Out-of-town relatives and

industry and justifiable ingly fast, and that the bottom of I of
): t would involve giving the gold away friends present besides those

pride on the part of members of the pile is definitely in sight. and then buying it back. It hardly the widding party were Mrs. Jas- HONEY

I. I the family. Third, it influences England, of course presents the seems a feasible idea. per C. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Jesse

others to strive to make their most publicized example of the At any rate exports are on the I Myers, Miss Betty Jo Myers, and
/t homes neat and attractive. Fourth, trend. The American loan of $3750OOOOO ,-
way down. This won't cause major Mrs. Catherine McintoSh of Dade
I it makes last I 1947 crop of Honey is now available in
a very favorable Impres- ) was expected to any
upsets in this country so long as City; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Carter

s lion on passersby. through 1950, and possibly longer. domestic business remains at or i'and daughter, Louann of Tampa; quantity you may desire.

An unpainted home, rickety When Britain made her last withdrawal .- about present record levels. But 'I the Rev. and Mrs. O. c. Howell of

steps, tumbledown fences, and a recently, the balance remaining should U. S. purchasing power fall i Tavares; the Rev. and Mrs. Paul A.

weedy, cluttered yard are not ap- was a mere $400,000,000.That in the home market, loss of exports Redfern of Bartow; Dr. and Mrs J. (Bee Man) Boettger

pealing nor pleasant to the eyes of is only enough to last her a would really be felt. John G. Stradley of Lakeland: and

neighbors or to visitors from other few months at her latest rate of others present from Okeechobee PHONE 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA.

parts of the country, and they cer- purchasing. The result is that she
Miss Sarah Howell besides the bridegroom's family == = R = = =
tainly do not serve as any Inspiration is freezing the dollars she has left Evans 1
And G. L. Sweatt were Mr. and Mrs. P. P. ,
to the who live her in the
people on sucha and is cutting purchases
S. R.
Paul Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
.place. An unattractive home U. S. to the bare bone Further Married Ft. Meade Miss
Raifsnider; Mrs. E. H. Hunt,
place does not hold young people, more, she is having to follow the (Continued from Page 1) Ernestine l u n tlrs.. Frank I

does not make them feel that it same. policy with .other countries veil of rose point lace was caughtin Louthan Miss Alberta Louthan 1 --

i Is a place on which they want to in that intricate currency agree- cap shape to her hair with a Mrs. John Roe Mrs. Gladys Snell, ?

keep on living and working. ments :now in effect force her to garland of bride's roses. She wore Mrs. Leatherman, Mrs. "'J.,-H. Mc-

_;;1 It does not require a great deal convert pounds Into dollars, in as her only ornament a string of Miss t
Crannie Mrs. Rae Boettger iJ
j' of work nor expense to make one's many cases even when purchasesare pearls, and she carried a white
Tom
Dorothy Stewart, and Judge
home place attractive, and early not made In America. Bible, topped with an orchid and It i

:; fall-the slack period of the year What is true of Egland is true showered with tuberoses and white Conley. if 1 / Iii i

: for many farmers-Is a good time of much of the world. A numberof satin ribbons.
board
The present county school
to do something along this line, Latin American nations have The maid of honor wore a becoming
f members do not lose office if the .
Giving the home and barn a coat lately slapped severe restrictionson gown of lime green faille '
five-district arrangement for
of good paint will make them stand I imports because their dollar taffeta fashioned similar to the new Chlordane insecticides get the bugs with- 'r' .'
counties ,
former three-district
,, out and also protect them from I credits and gold stocks, were be- bride's dress. Flowers fO,, her hand out hurting your crops. For truck gardens., :/I! j
should result In one of the present -'
weather. Building or repairing I coming dangerously depleted.The corsage were of yellow pompom here is the most effective insect toxicant : :
not in of the
members living one '
porches steps and fences will improve effect of this abroad will be chrysanthemums with light crimson .- yet developed. Deadly to most common LEA'r"npests. w ''
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lower in effective contrast.She first three districts. .Consistently gives kills of 95 to 100%. "
appearance of the place: and more belt tightening and a roses ; .; --
Attorney General J. Tom Watson T
also make the place safer. Removing standard of living. The newest wore a matching shoulder Yet when properly applied. Chlordane ,- :

weeds and debris, setting out 'British ration 'cut is an indication' length veil caught to a bandeau thus has given his opinionthat does not injure even such delicate crops : _

grass, mowing grass, and planting .of what is happening. The effect at formed of small yellow flowers the legislature did not intendin as squash and melon vines. Residue 1: TE .. :',;.
the 1947 school act to
writing < "
annual flowers will make the yard home will be the-loss of many billion : and green ribbon. volatilizes completely 2 or 3 weeks. .s ,'_--

I < more attractive and bring out its dollars worth of business. The bridesmaids' dresses were disturb any school board memberin May be used with standard fungicides. ht Vf :: .,
the of his office. Any
possibilities as a good setting for Who will be hit hardest by the patterned alike with a high neckline occupancy Chlordane is available in many commer- '-J=: '
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: }l' the ,home. tag in exports? The answer to that and a round yoke with an time a member or a candidate cial brands of insecticides-in; wettable iM t E V{' >'?
for board however
the schooj -
i" Many other things can be doneto nay be the farmer. To take England edging of lace which extended to runs powders, dusts, and emulsions. Ask your r. -.

improve the appearance and surroundings [ as an example again, in the the edge of the cap sleeves. The he must run from the dIs- local dealer for them today. Be sure the c"'Y c"RSr.':: t.'f:'

of' hundreds of farm first half of 1947 she bought about fitted bodice with elongated waistline trict in which he lives. label states plainly"contains Chlordane jior '(". .. :',.:"

i homes In Florida, and it behooves 1607,000,000 of American goods. was trimmed with lace whereit juiuuuiuiHmuimiiiiiuujmiiinuiiiMiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiHiiiiiii; imiuiu.CLASSIFIED "contains Octa-Klor" (trade name ;
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every rural family to do all that Over $232,000,000 went or foodstuffs Joined the full formal skirt. All for Chlordane). THERE \, ,""&, .. iLL'i; :-. ;.

;' I possible along ,this line. Such and $77,000,000 more consisted wore shoulder length veils of ADS ( ARE NO SUBSTITUTES. c. "

!. work and its results will help ,4o: of inedible fats. Every country white net caught to the hair with cV II your local dealer cam- lJc. MiE1t+ :,=s

maintain high family morale, enhance is making desperate efforts to a bandeau of flowers matching 'Wa111UUWWWIIIIUa111 WIIIIWIUIUIUIIaIWWUUWIIIIUIIIIWUlla1U'FOR not vet supply yea with C "- ; ; "" ;, it' ,."
\\ Insecticides containing !#.t;
the value of the place make become as nearly self-sustaining as their gowns, and each wore white BEAR wheel alignment and I tom- .IIJ Chlordane. write as 8Etf, "" ,. ..t,
i" farm life more attractive to young possible in food. lace mitts. Miss Evans and Miss direct for the name cl :. ;st
balance C. Elton Weaver Se- &t j
: people, and make the Florida landscape Some machinery people have re- Sweatt wore soft pink silk and *t dealer who can. .... ,
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bring, Florida. ''' Vi
1 more pleasing and satisfying ported serious drops in foreign each carried orchid asters while r---- ,

i i to Floridians and to folks who vis- sales. But by and large Europe Miss Raifsnider wore aqua and I I HYMAN & lNpa",

It our state. will use every possible penny fort carried a hand corsage of pink FOR SALE- 1941 Travelo House P i Dept. 00 Denver CoI0ra4e

1 3 carnations.The Trailer, 20 feet long. In good 1: Gentlemen: Please send'me more
Information about insect
pest control -
little flower Lois
girls condition. =
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t ; with Chlordane (Octa-Klor) as con
'! Howell in light blue taffeta and C. R. BELK I tained in your free bulletins on:

I Carolyn Carter in yellow taffeta Box 63, Okeechobee, Fla. ( ) Truck Crop Insects ( ) Ants

SEE OUR NEW LINE OF wore dresses made alike with floor ( ) Livestock Parasites ( ) Roaches

length skirts with the fullness Name.,_.
FOR SALE-Kohler Light .Plant,

n i: I MEN'S LEATHER COATS gathered to the short-waisted bod- 2000 Watt D. C. Price $100.00. 1' Street or R.r.D__.....
ice which was pointed in front over
Okeechobee PackageStore. i
Apply, Citr_
.State---- ... .
I ItL the skirt. Cording marked the "-

i sweetheart necklines and the short
Brown Capeskin
tL sleeves. They scattered rose petals "
? from baskets that had been usedat FOR SALE-Mack Tractor C. O. E.

I" dllV Black Capeskin the wedding of the bride's pa- Can be seen at Standard Oil

II "Long & Short" rents, and also at the golden wed Station at Stuart, Fla. Tele-

: ding of the bride's maternal grandparents phone 9157.NOTICE.


f j : r 'M1\;; Models. I The .petite trainbearer in orchid OF IXTEXTIOJf Cook's' Chlordane is HereIn

l taffeta wore a dress fashionedwith TO SELL LAND

i I a long full skirt attached to Notice In herpbr given that. Pursuant -
We also to faction 15: U). Chapter 20TCK.
t are a short bodice with ruffles over Law of Florida. Arts of 1941. and Emulsion! Dust! Or.We liable
the shoulder and at the bottom of fiction 67. Chapter UnTo Laws of ::
Powder -
Showing aComplete Florida. Acts of 1931. aa amended br Formulations!
the skirt. On her hair she had a Section 11, Chapter 3Jd S. Laws of
Florida. Act of 1941, and also pur- Ask your local dealer or call wire {
t '_ Line of bandeau of the same material as suant to Section 42. Chanter 20721.Lawn or --
her dress. of Florida. Act of mi. aa "
( i mended by Section 11>>. Chapter 22079.Lawa .
1 '. f Sweaters for the The bride's mother, wore an afternoon of Florida. Arts of 1943. andSection STETSON FLEMING & SONS

dress of print silk in grey 44. Chapter 297:. Laws of
Florida Act of 1SM1 aa amended brSection
Whole Family. and white with! a grey hat and 21. Chapter 22070.! Laws* of Phone M-1684
I Florida. Act of 194X: the following
'. I ;"SEE THEM" other accessories of black. Her corsage described, land in Okeechobee County Florida & Water Street Tampa, Florida
was of pink carnations. The Florida. to-wit --I"'
'I I i iIf Beg at MP of Sirs 34 A. &V run N
"f' bridegrom's mother wore crepe 600 4.V. E 35.8 eh*. N 77* R 4. '.5 cbs, CHLORDANE
If :'" dress in a, soft blue shade with to POB: from POB N 77. E ".87 th*", INSECTICIDES :
We Are Pulling For You "Catfish" hence OOo OK: 8.5: chs. 8 ?4o !:i'.
i I' accessories of white and a corsage IV 4.71 Ills. N OOo o2", W 80S chi to : '
of white bride's Beu.pt Conner Hjr AH being In Available In Florida At :
carnations. The mw 35 TWP 37 S Rite 33 E Cent W
grandmother Mrs. Carter, wore a acres morw or less

r I. :,: 'X. I WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS I wine-colored crepe with matchinghat try will for he offered the highest for wile and at best nubile nab cut-bid.subject Stauffer Chemical Co. of Fla. Inc.

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$ and a corsage of gladioli. to the right of the Board of"onimUsioner ,
( of Everglades Drainage
: / FOR NEW MERCHANDISE Following the ceremony, a re- District. andr Board of County Cera APOPKA
mUsionen er Okeecbobee County, FLA.
ception was given at the home of florid, to reject any and alt bide, at PHONE 2341OOK'S
: the bride's parents. In the reception the Courthouse beginning at 10:00 -
o''clo<-k A. M. oo the Tits day of Oe-
hall where the receiving line tuber 1947. Easement for drainage
i stood, the decorations were of yellow :- md reclamation and road Purposes CHLORDANE IS HERE
will l rewired
e ,
RAULERSON pompom chrysanthemums, and B04KI OF COMMISSIONERS OF In
DEPT. Emulsion
3 I STORE In the other rooms were arrangements DISTRICT BVRRULADES DRAINAGE Dust! Or Wettable Powder :

s tf I and Formulations! -
of double pink hibiscus BOA
&n OF COrNTY COMMISSIONERS
We Clothe The Family various fern. Potted vantage palms points were The placed bride at FLORIDA.Br OF OKEECHOBEE. COUATT. Ask your local dealer or call or wire


.. done 10 table overlaid with a lace cloth, MABEL RAULERSOV SHEFFIELD COOK'
Okeechobee, Fla.! wed ,Clerk of the Circuit Court .f Okee* S CHEMICAL CO.
was centered with the tiered ..bot.ee County, Florida aa altf'Dttor
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I ding cake, encircled with fern interspersed Hid '
3 Ji By CON ME W.' lUULERSOXp' ,Kansas City Mo. ,
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Friday, Oct. 3,. 1947 '.-, v,, _. ,',. ".. ._$ THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS )

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Cracker Horses NOTICE XOT1CKOKEECHOBEE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE t; ,, , ,,, ,., ,, '', .," -
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:NOTICE 1S HEREBY CIVEX that COUNTY. FLORIDA TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: [
In ?rda Bfe with Section 6 of Chapter September 19.! 1947 Take notice tbat under and by virtue -
: 2S728, Laws of Florida. Act of NOTICE! IS HEREBY GIVEN that of an execution: Issued out of the '
Will RuN |it The ,1941. the Bard of Public Instruction nrsuant to Section a. of Chapter Circuit Court of the Twenty First Ju 'B MACEL'S BEAUTY SALON
of Okeecbobee County Florida by Resolution 13294 Laws of Florida Act of ItfTL dicial Circuit of Florida IB and for
adopted August 4. 1947 baa. known aa the MURPHY ACT. and la Ok hoboeenDt)' under date of
for the purpose of nomiaatisKVand pursuance: ef Chapter 20C53. Law of March 31st, l00:?. in the sum of Tea U
Races.At Hialeah electing County Boatel Members dl- Florida Acts of 1941. known. the ThouBand and Twenty and 80-100 ,REDECORATED AND READY TO
tided the County of Okeecbobee Into EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS- (*10_ give County Board Member resident dia- TRICT ACT. tbe following described baaed on a Judgment la behalf P SERVE YOU.
trieta, the boundaries of which are land situated In Everglades Drainage .f CM Highwith vs. Okeechobee trt ,
described a* ,follows; Dlatri In Okeecbobee County. Flor Company. I nave" levied upon and IN rt
Twenty-four Cracker Thorough Ida. will be offered for sale at public will sell to the highest bidder for }
breds will be eligible for DISTRICT NO. 1 Beginning at outcry for the highest and best cash rash on 'the 3rd day of November A. it LOBBY SOUTHLAND HOTEL
the his the Interaction of the East Boun- bid. subject to the right of the Trustees D. 1M7 within the legal hoar of sale,
tory-making Florida Breeders dary of State Highway No. 15 and of tile Internal Improvement at the front door of the Court louse a
the North boundary of State Highway Fund and ef tbe Board of Commissioner of Okeeehobep County. Florida the AXXIE LU MORROW :Mgr
Stake next winter at the HIaleah No. 70 and runs South along of Everglades Drainage Dla- following described real estate, located ..
track, it is disclosed by a statewide Eat boundary of State Highway triet to reject any and an bid.. at the in the County ef Okeerhobee' Stateof
No. 15 ta the 17 foot water levelof Courthouse beginning at 16-00 Florida to-wit: Phone 60-1 Okeechobee Fla.
surrey by Hunter Lyon, Lake Okeeehobee: thence: meandering o'clock A. M.. on the 20th day of Oc Beginning at the Southeast Corner I ,
chairman of the board the 17 foot water level line tober. 1947 A* to ,all parcels of land of Block Itt. Town of Okeerbobee,
of the Flor- In a Southwesterly direction to the of ten acre or more title to one-haM according to plat of said town re _
ida Thoroughbred Breeders Asso Kiacimmee Hirer; thence In a of petroleum and three-foartha of C'Ordt'10 PUt Book S at pace 17,
cia tiOD. Northwesterly direction along tbe other minerals will be reserved by nubile records of St. Lncie County
East bank of tbe Klailmmee River Trustees of the Internal Improvement Florida. and run thence South 70 feet
Addition of the blue ribbon to the North boundary of State Fund. Easement for road right of more or less to the South boundary
Highway No. TO; thence East along wav 200 feet wide win be reserved bysaid line of North Park Street e'rr .
Trustees IsrP'e
races-fexclwlvily for two-yaar- the North boundary of State Highway which from any parcel through of beginning: Thence run South
old honti foaled in the No. 70. to tile point of beginning and there la an existing state road: feet to the North boundary line of
.tat*- oHlal.ah' easement for drainage and South Park Street, thence ranTt .

1943 stakes program DISTRICT NO. I B la&lnf at will reclamation b* reserved and for by road the Board purpose of 200 feet to the East boundary line of ,

marked the realization of a long the Northeast corner of Section 91, Commissioner of Everglades Drain war Florida thence East Coast run North Railway alone right laid of

time dream for Florida breeders Township 87 South Bang S8 East. age Dlitrlet right of way line ISO: feet to the South 1
and rum South on line dividing DMertpttoBi boundary line of North Park Street
The classic will be run for $5,000 Martin and Okeechobee Counties Lota 1. 2. 3. 10 11 and 12-Block 6Rlverslde thence run East 200 feet to the point;
to the 17 foot water level of Lake Park. I of
added beginning. Lying and being in See.
over the three-furlong .Okeecbobee thence meandering the TRUSTEES Or THE INTER-
; lions 16 and 21, Township 37 South.
straightaway of the Hileah 17 toot water level line In a Northwesterly NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Range 35 East
nur- OF THE STATE OF FLOR.
direction to tbe East
Beginning at the Southwest Cornerof
sery course on Friday, February boundary of State Highway 15, BOARD IDA. OF I Block 161. Town of Okeechobee. ae-
6. A suitable trophy also which ia also the East boundary of OF EVERGLADES COMMISSIONERS cording t. plat of said town recordedin
will
DRAIN. .
go Parrot Avenue thence North along
: AGE DISTRICT < in Book 2. page 17. public recordsof
to the winning owner. the East boundary aforesaid. to St. Lucie County Florida and runthence
Br H bel R Bler .. Sheffield Art.
The Florida the North boundary of State Highway for Trustees of the Internal West SO feet to the East I>oun-
Breeders Stake No. 'M thence East to the pointof
Improvement Fund and dary tine of Florida Fast" Coast Hallway -
will be one of 17 stake races beginning.DISTRICT. for Board of Commissionersof I right of way: thence run :North

the most in winter NO. S Beginning at Everglades Drainage Dlstrftrt j along said right of way line to intersection -
racing in Okeechobee County. with the North boundary line
America-announced by President the Northeast corner of Section 1. Florda of Section 16. Township 3*- South
Township 33 South. Range 33 East. lUnge! 35 East. thence run East 50 feet '
John C. Cark of Hialeah for the and runs South along range line, to NOTICE TO CREDITORS I thence run South to the point of beginning
40 the Southeast corner of Section 36. IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTYJUDGE. i Saving and excepting the
day
meeting, January 16 Township 35 South Range 33 East; OKEECHOBEE COUNTY right of way" of Main Line of Seaboard PH.IOIO !107 N. 2ND. : :
through March 2, at Florida's oldest thence run East along Township FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Aiir Line Railway. Lying and being
IN RE ESTATE OF AXEL ASPLUXD In Section 10. Township 37 South.
of State
line to the East boundary
largest and finest
track. DECEASED Range 33 East.Pginning .
Road No. 15, as now located;
The 24 eligible Cracker racers thence in a Southerly direction TO ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS : at the" Southwest Cornerof EXPERT WATCH
along the East boundary of said HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Block 149. Town of Okeechobee. according ,
are in the hands of 12 owners. State Road No. 15 to the inersec- AGAINST SAID ESTATE: to plat of said town recordedin
Carl Rose *of Ocala has five. tion rf said Road with the North Ion and each of you are ht'rt'by'no- I'lat Book 2 page 17, public records: -
boundary of State Highway No. 70, tilled and required to present any uf St. Lucie County. Florida run
Charles O'Neil, Jr., Mrs. T, Christopher which in also Intersection of Far claims and demands which you of thence; South 70 feet to the South
rot Avenue and North Park StreetIn either of you. may bare against theestate boundary line of North Park Street
and Stefan A. Zachar of the City of Okeechobee: thence of Axel A plnnd. deceaned. late for a point of beginning: Thence run . . .
Miami have three each. Fred C. run West;: along the North boundary of Hennepin County. State of Minn to South I'M feet to the North boundary
ot State Highway No. 70 to he County Judge of Okewhol.ee Count line of South Park Street thence run
Peters of Hastings and Dr, C. C. the KUslmmee hirer; thence Northwesterly Florida at his office In the court East to the Western shoreline of Ono-

Collins of Jacksonville have two along the East Bank of house of said County at OLeccbobee lohatcbee or Taylor Creek thenceNortherly A Home
the KlBBlmmee River to tbe intersection Worlds, within eight calendar months along said shoreline to a
each. Hunter Lyon, Mrs. A. B. of tbe township line dividing from the time of the first publicationof mint[ due East of point of beginning.Ibence .
Counties this notice. Each claim or demand run West to potnt of beginning
Okeecbobee and Osceola -
Christopher Dr. B. L. Whitten, A. : thence East along Township shall be in writing and shall state the Lying and being in Sections 15

Robinson, II. H. Home, all of Miami line to the point of b lnDlnar. place of n-H'.denre and post office address and :::. Township 37 South Range 39EflKt .
of the claimant, and shall be ,
and W. B. Keene of Ocala DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at worn to by the claimant his agent or Beginning at a point on the North
the Northeast of Section 1, his Boundary line of Section 13.
have each. corner attorney, and any such claim or Township
one Township 36 Soutb. Range 58 East. demand not so filed shall be void. 37 Sooth Range 35 East. due Northof Gov't I
and the Southeast the Northeast Corner of Block Surplus Bklgs-
The sires represented are Lib- runs South to CLARA ASPLUND. 1 of
corner of Section 13. Township 37 As the Town of Okeechobee according to
erty Franc, Swing and Sway, Suf South Range 36 East; thence West -administrator AXEL ASPLUND.of the Estate Deceased of: plat of salij town recorded in PUt I 16 windows 2 doors

fern, Swashbuckle, Mucho Gusto along Section line to tbe Intersection First publication September 12. 1947. Book 2, page 17, public records of St. i i ,
of State Highway No. 15 and Lncie County Florida: run thence
Peace Chance, Petrose and Doubl- State Highway No. 70. which ia also NOTICE OF REDEMPTION'OKEECHOBEE South to the Northeast Corner of said Delivered to lot-
tbe Intersection of Parrot Avenue Block 1, thence run Southerly: along your
rab. COUNTY. FLORI-
and North Park Street In tbe Cityof DA ROAD AND BRIDGE REFUND the Eastern boundary of Blocks 1, Hi.
This la the best crop ever pro- Okeeehobee; thence In a North IMS BONDS TO THE HOLDERS OF 17. 32 33 34. 51. & 53 K! X3 M 115 110 $560. Erected on your
erly direction along the East boundary OKEECIIOBEE and 147 of said Town of Okeecbob
duced in the state," says Lyon. at State Highway No. 15. to ROAD AND COUNTY FLORIDA. to the North-East Corner of Fractional -
BRIDGE REFUNDING
"Most of the youngsters are large, the North Boundary of Section 3. BONDS. ISSUE OF 1140. Block 14S of said Town of Okeerhobee. -. 775-16'x16', $275
Township 36. South hinge 35 East; SERIES A AND R : thence run East to the Western
and no excuses or apologies need thence East along Township line NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That shoreline of Onosopatchee or Tay-
to of lor (Creek thence run Southerly
point beginning.DISTRICT alongthe
"
be offered for them. the State Hoard of Administration of .
said western shoreline of
said
NO. I Beginning at the the State of Florida successor! to the
"The Christopher foreman reports Northwest corner of Section 6, Board of County Commissioners of Creek to intersection with the South
the Doublrab Township 33 South Range 34 East Okeechobee County, Florida by virtue boundary line of Section<< 15 aforesaid,
yearlings as
thence run East to the Eastern shoreline -
and runs East to the Northeast of Section Iff of Article IX of the
fine as he has ever seen any- corner of Section 1, Township 33 Constitution of Floridaham elected tond of said Onosohatcbee or Taylor I
(['reek thence Northerly along said
South. 35 East thence
Range
; run does exercise its
option to call
where, continues Lyon. "My LIb- South, on Range line to the Northwest and redeem, on DECEMBER 1. 11MTthe Eastern shoreline of said Creek to intersection -
Franc colt Franc's Cracker corner of Section 6. ToWnshp leNcrilM4l with the North boundary
erty following bond to-wit:
line of Section 15: aforesaid thencerun
34 South Range 30 Cast: thence
$1000 Okeeoholtee
is a big black, strapping colt pat- run East along Township Line. to Bridge Refunding Bond County- Series Road and A- West along said !Section line tothe I It.5 -

the Northeast corner of Section 1. dated June 1 l'.WO. due June 1. 1970 point of beginning Saving and P.
terned like his daddy. In the cool Township 34 South Range 36 East; Serial !Ii o. 501 : excepting: the right of war of MainLine O. BOX 1391.

of the evening when the running thence run South along range: line $1ilUO Okeecholwe County Road and of Seaboard Air Line Railway
dividing Okeechobee and St. Lode Lying and being in Sectiion 15, I
begins he'll be there or there- Bridge Refunding: Bond Serie* B :rr
lownsbJp South Range 35 East.
Counties, to the Southwest corner
.
dated June" 1, 1'XO. due June 1 1970.
abouts. The 'Mucho Gusto colts are ot Section 38 Township 35 South. Serial No. t+5. That certain tract of land marked
Range us East; thence West along This notice bas been flied with tbepaying RESERVED. lying South of Blocks
splendid lookers, and according to Township" line to the Southwest agettt Manufacturers Tract 11 and 1T, as the same is shown on

Mr Zachar will give somebody a corner of Section 31. Township 35 Company, in the City of New York, ft Plat of First Addition to the Town a
Okeechobee. according to plat
re-
South, Range 34 East; thence run New \.ork.
race for his curded In Plat Hook 2 at page 26. Ile
money. The bolder ef the above describedItond
North along range line to-, the public records of St. Lucie County.
Lyon and other members of the of are hereby notified to present Florida. '
point beginning. the same, with, all interest attached "
coupons \\O\OA
Florida breeders are high In their to the nald paying cent where Lying and being in Section 21,
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONOKEECIiOFER Township 37 South. Range: 35 East. heS.
praise the cooperation of President COUNTY. FLORIDABy redemption will be made at par plus All rights title, interest equity reservations -
accrued: interest on the date named. "
Clark of Hialeah. The first VAN E. LIOUTSKr to-,.lt: DECEMBER 1. 1 H7. after privileges. reversions and franchises easements of, every powers -u--
which date said bonds will
to
race ever run. exclusively In hIs- Cbalrman. bear Interest.STATE cease kind. In of, to. under over and upon ST. .i'I
Attest all the strips parcels and every part
tory for Florlda-breds was January HUMID OF ADMINISTRATION thereof of all the" lands described and
CARL T. DURRANCE Secretary. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
reserved bv Okeechobee in
Hialeah.NOTICE Company -
1 1946 at .
(SEAL)
NOTICE TO APPEAR the dedication of a plat embracingparts j
of Sections 15 10. 21 and 22 of
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THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Township 37 South. Range 35 East according
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO to a plat of Town of Okeechobee
SELL LAND TO MILDRED STRICKLAND. recorded in St. Lucie County I-
GENERAL DELIVERY. JACKSONVILLE Florida, in PUt Book 2, page 17 and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
according of
a plat First Additionto
pursuant to Section 15 (I). Chapter FLORIDA.You the Town of Okeechobee. recorded
Notice is hereby given that application 0058, Laws of Florida Arts of 194L in M. Lucie County, Florida In Plat
and Section 57. Chapter 14717. Laws
are hereby required to file
your
was made on the 27th amended Book 2. at page :!6. -
of Florida. Acts of 1931. us
written appearance In my office In -- n0
Dated Okeecb.l bee. Florida this -
day of August 1947 by the Wes- br Section 11. Chapter StKOx.af.wn of Okeechobee Florida on or before the 30th day at of September:> A. D. 1947. i 010
Florida. Acts of 1041, and Sixth Day of October A. D. 1947. to
tern Union Telegraph Company to soant to Section 42. Chapter 2073Law the bill of complaint for divorce filed N. O. STEWART o;
Communications Commission of Florida. Acts of 1WL ai against you by M. C Strickland. In Sheriff of Okeechobee County,
the Federal amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079. Circuit Court. Okeecbobee County 47-Oct. 3. 10. 11, 24 31. Florida.
to close the telegraph office Law of Florida. Acts of 1943. andSection Florida. In default whereof Decree Pro
44. Chapter 20722. Law of
of State Confesso will be entered against: )'OU. I
located the Junction Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended bySeetios I
21. Chapter 22079. Laws of The Okeecbobee News ia hereby designated NOTICE 1l
Highways No. 70 and 15 (no number Florida. Acts of IMS. the following aa the news papr In which this
land la Ok.erbobee County. order shall be published once a week } -
described
Florida. If the
) la Okeechobee.
Notice is that
Florida to-wlti for four consecutive w@ekl.Vitae. hereby given on { new

application Is granted substituted Lot 4 to 9 inc. Block .. Riverside at\ Okeechobee.. my hand Florida and this official the seal 3rd and after this date I will not be r'; : i -

service will be available from 8:30A. Park.LoU 23 to 2U, Block 29! City of Okee day of September A. D. 1947. responsible for any debts or obligations 1t -

M. to 8 K M. In Nix Cafe and ehobee. MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk of my wife, Mrs. Minnie -
\1
Lot 1 and 2. Block 3, Riverside Park
4s
__ f
Bus Station located at the tuna Addition. of Circuit Court. Reichert. .I ..
OKEECHOBEE FLA.
tion of State Highways No.'JO and wW be offered for sale at pnolle outcry COUNTY. oi
Dated Okeechobee Flft.
for the highest and bt cash bid. By CONNIE. RAULERSON. D. C. at Sep- -

15 "(no number) in Okeechobee, subject Commissioner to the lbk.fre the *Board Drainage ef O CIRCUIT. C DURRAXCE.COURT SEAL) \ tember 5, 1947. S' t

Florida. Any member of the pub- District and/or Board ef County Attorney For Plaintiff. HENRY REICHERT, S : d.fJl' Y?

lie desiring to protest or supportthe Commissioners of Okeecbobe County. Okeecbobee. Florida /
Florida to reject any and all blda. aei
closing of this office may communicate at the Courthouse beginning at 10-oeoclock NOTICE TO APPEAR
A. M. on the 20th day of Octo- Florida's -
with the Federal Communications ber. 1947. Easement for drainage and THE STATE OF FLORIDA: The greatest and subllmest pow- Leading

Commission, Washington reclamation and road purpose will be TO GENERAL: LOETTA HUTTO ROBINSON. er is often simple patience.Hor- '
DELIVERY ATLANTA,
25, D. C.' on or before October relle""' BOARD. fir COMMISSIONERS GA. -- ace Bushnell. Or

OF EVKKOLADES DRAINAGE -
18, 1941. DISTRICT You are hereby required to file your -
written appearance in my office inOkeechobee
BOARD OF COUNTY COM Florida, on or before tile J.
NOTICE JIISSIOXEUS OF OKEECHOBKB aUth (&11) day of October. 1947. to .
,COUNTY. FLORIDA. the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed
Motto la beibT riven that the Board By Ma.be RmlerM Sheffield, against you by Marvin W. Robinson ae
.f County Commissioner*' of Okeecfco- Clerk of_tb* Circuit Court of ia Circuit Court. Okeechobee County.
bee County Florida will mlT tea- Okeecbobee County. Florida. Florida, in default whereof Decree Pro of
\ 'lees for the purchase of the following .a agent for said Board. Confesso will be entered against you; ONE AND TWO WAY
motor vehicle equipment: By Connie W. B* leroB. the Okeechobee sews is hereby designated
2 1 1-2 or 2 ton tracks baring dual Deputy Clerk aa the news paper in which this Ci
11'11....... Sx 23 tire., with hydraulic Order shall be published once a week
hat and fiat damp body. Both truck for four successive weeks.! "
to hare a wheel baN .f 131 ... Witness oty band and official .cal :
Said tenders to be epee |B the Ce?. Notice at Okeechobee. Florida, this the 3rd CONCRETE '
mlMiA&er Room In the C.urtb uw lathe day of September A. D. 1 47.
City of Okeeehebee. Florida at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 0

10:00 a. m. OB the tith day ot October the Board of Public Instruc- MABEL RAULERSOV SHEFFIELD. r ,
that
1>>41. The Board retervte tbe right to Clerk Circuit Court Okeeebobce FLOORS 'WALKS DRIVES
'Jt't'c any and all bl"'. tion of Okeechobee County Florida County Florida.By '

receive bids on or before September CONNIE W. RAULERSOX. D. C -
Cbalrman. will
Signed. C. E. Drawdy, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) CONCRETE BLOCK d

;" Board of County Commlisioners. 20. 1947,> on materials to O. C DURRANCE.

4 .- be used In the construction of a Attorney for Plaintiff
;; .
; Okeecbobee. Fla.

t 'Q', NOTICB. Gymnasium.Said i Mixed and Poured on i ., tt
} in the
-r that the Board bids will be opened M
! Notice: U hereby given of Okeecb. Right thoughts and deeds are "_.-t t-:
of County Commlaaloner office of the County Superintendent -
': lace County Florid will receiyo **O. 20 the sovereign ,remedies for aU.arth's
>. dare for tb* purchase ot tb* followingquipment on Saturday September ,
> for the offlc of Tax Assessor 1947, at ten o'clock A, M. Inquire Mary Eddy Baker. .
t, > D. H. : il
1 Oat surface ac oaatl *-wrtUiisiB at Superintendent's office for de- ir l

.<-hln to bo used in preparing County tails.-The Board reserves>the rightto Starts Rene in 5 second : :. P.O.BOX1145 _
Tax: Roll. ,
;.- Said tender to bo opened in tb* reject any or all bids. .from AN 6 usual-V *14W.fTAaun FORT PIERCE FLA. -

,; CotnmiBalonera Boom la, the Coerce VAN E. LIGHTSET -
.
, house In the City of Okeeebobee. Flor I '' 'PHONE211 .
, MA
.f Ida at 10-ott a.' m- ea the; otb day of Chairman Board. of labile .'.
' ,> Ortotx-r. 194T. Tb*, Board reserves, the Instruction j
: right to JeJfd.auT and ,aU ,bid.. 1 COLD NlPAlAtION .

ATTEST: Carl.T. Durranc, oft uthUIDfsdaav.1aaa0r
K.. Drawdr Coalman..
: Signed. C. .' -
County ; f
< Board ot County 'Comml.iloi er*. ;' Superintendent lsaabiladsl >, '. "'" '"- ;,-<"- ,,+ -- "


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i reminded Gil of a similar band Cass was proud of his record asa SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

t which assembled each evening to gunman and a fighter.! He often
watch the train go through the Ohio boasted that whoever could lick 1-'H;

J uc y village where be bad spent his him either on-the draw or with fists! 5mart vUeil Ualloi 5wo-Piecer ;

unchBy youth. could be the next mayor. Mort
A nearby cafe beckoned and Gil Cass wouldn't stay in a .town wherehe

i went in to have a cup of coffee had been whipped. Sc/zoo!

ELOISE before going to a hoteL The waiter Two men he had bested at gun- :9 cc Oiflior ear i

had barely slid his brimming cup play were asleep on Boot PH. at :: mper it 3

down the counter when one of the the edge of town. The only man
f
onlookers from the stage depot took who had ever fought him barehanded -

the next stooL He too, ordered coffee might as well have Joined them. \% $\\ See howSCOTrS

The stage for Benson's Gulch was and took a deep drink before His broken bones had not mended helps .i,

; ready to leave Tucson. Gilbert Brad- turning to GiL properly after the beating he had
; ly hurried up the dusty street and "Haven't I seen you some place received and his six-foot body was ; build you up! i-;:

I' climbed aboard just as the driver before?" he asked. "You look real shrunken and misshapen. "
If 'S. tell' run down ,
whipped the horses fend the coach familiar tO me." Virginia and Gil were making \ f and colds haDe on- < f
f lurched forward. "I don't recall meeting you" an- their way across the street one day 1\\\'i1\ enough maybe you natural don't A&D get .:: -1 t

r : : Once settled comfortably in his swered GiL "I'm new. to this sec- to dine at the Western hoteL Cass \ Vitamin food. Then try srood-tatiat

f { seat he casually took inventory of tion of the country. swaggered out and moved toward N Ni 1 ,cT'r: v Trr Scotf. Emnbfen FOOD _TONIC the HIGH I See ENEJtGT how t
.. but I can'tsay n
Besides himself "It's a good country, th m. t
his fellow passengers. begin to get your strem
r1 the coach contained two peoplea too much for this town." Well if it ain't the pretty school- I I back How you earn fight cZ I!
r.i i i cold I Scott is a"roil aU.of ..- '
\ girl and a man. "Don't discourage me like that marm turned editor and her pasty 11.18 k natural AD Vitamin aaj
t i1 F The girl's eyes reflected the color when rye only been in town ten faced Don John." 1 : ? _ernbundincWral OJL

1- of the violets which trimmed herr minutes" smiled Gfl. "What's Anger seethed through Gil. but he \ \ today Easy to at take.your Economical.drug storm.Bay

.. bonnet. Her dress was of gray lin wrong with the town?" couldn't quite help being amused at '11 If'1\\ \\ MORE than f lust a tonic"!

.. en. Beneath the brim of the bonnet The other grunted. "You've met the flagrant mispronunciation He I it's powerful nourishment

: ; several curls of auburn hair

; escaped to flutter in the draft from SCOTIS EMULSION
r'
; the partly open window.

f. The first thing Gil noticed about

.f the man was his agate-hard yellow

r ; eyes. They were set close together
.. under thick black eyebrows. The 9 / 4V

[ i man was heavily built with huge

}:" l shoulders and bands. He wore twin rrY all eye.(1P
h : gun belts crossed at his waist and ose

g l 'the black handles of his six-guns

protruded from open holsters.
:
f 'Since we're all going to Benson's r 1 I 210 CARAVAI] TOP-

Gulch we'd just as well make ourselves 3.8 yrs.

t : acquainted." he said flicking School Outfit FOR PICKUP TRUCKS

t E then his resting yellow them eyes on the over girL Gil 4Tm and AN EXCITING gaily trimmed I
I
: for school all
wear
1ai{,: Mort Gulch.Cass. mayor of Benson's \\I\\\\\\ term long. Two tiny scallops fin- A

} ; The girl's pale face turned event ish the closing the full skirt flares
out as crisply as can be. To
: whiter. Her lips quivered ever soI
4 slightly as she looked with loathing Smartly Tailored match, a simple drawstring blouse.
0 0 *
: straight into the yellow eyes. NEAT as a pin and just right
1, Pattern No. 8210 comes In sizes 3, 4. 5.
Tra Virginia Holmes: My brother a busy campus wardrobe.A 6. 7 and 8 years. Size 4, Jumper. H. yardsof
I wrote me about you. shortly smartly tailored two-piecer to 35 or 39-inch; blouse. 1 yard; 1 yard

'before be died." make in pretty bright woolens- ric Send rac.your order to: )

The two had forgotten Gil's presence. have short cuffed or the popular

/. push-up sleeves. SEWINO'CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
"I was mighty sorry ma'am 0 0 530 South Wells SU Chicago 7. JU.
when your brother met his untimely "Sorry," the girl flashed. "William was fighting you and your corrupt I Pattern No. 8215 is for sizes 11. 12. 13 Enclose desired.25 cents in coins for each
end." said Cass. friends with his newspaper. 39-inch.14. 16 and 18. Size 12. 4'. yards of 35 or pattern Pattern lo Size

"Sorry." the girl flashed. "Wil our mayor. If don't already could smell liquor on Cass' breath. The Fall and Winter FASHION will -
you
Name Weatherproof all of miUe!
liam and prove a dependable guide in planning purpose top ** I
was fighting corrupt -
you your "
know, you'll soon find out. The man had been drinking heavily your winter wardrobe. Special designs, resistant heavy duck. Sturdy aluminum
ie. friends with his newspaper. He but was'far from drunk. He pushed easy-to-make styles-free pattern printed AddreS'' i
By the time Gil had been in town frame with patented fastenings that keep
more than hinted that if an accident Inside the book. 25 cents. I
two weeks he had made friends with between Gil and Virginia. cover- neat and trim. Two husky aWl ;
befell him. you would be behind it.
Virginia Holmes and incurred the "Run along tenderfoot," he said. fasteners at either side of back curt2 LOne
I haven't the slightest doubt that you .c.IvN.IMP.P.N.tvt .ht..t hl r t t1e% ttit"l'-t't'-c'C 't-c--
p killed enmity of Mort Cass for that reason. T11 take Virginia to dinner and see .t'-M1e-eh. ? man can install-on oroflfin a Pf1i i
brot er" *
i my Cass had learned that Gil was in if I can't change her opinion of mea ? ASI( ME ) ? with only four bolts. ft. model shows
The yellow eyes narrowed grimly. Arizona because of his health and bit" ? ff A quiz with answers offering ? available also in 5 and 6 (to clearances
'Some of those words are mighty
I he never failed to make a remark He started to take the girl's arm. ? 1
harsh ma'am. about "lungers" when he was cer- She drew back and slapped him full A NO THER information various subjects | Fib oD pickup bodies oft
"I shall print some just as harsh," i : j Chen kt DIAMOND T DODGS
be overheard the smallerman. the
tain to by across face. He started menac-
t said Virginia. "You see. you didn't __ . . .__. _. . . ._ 9"td. G.M.C. HudsM MiiimMWILLYSOVERLAND. .
Gil found that not of ingly toward her. w----- - - - - - -w-- w---w '
.. t many .
stop his paper. I am going to Ben- St.debdow
I t son's Gulch to publish it" the townspeople liked Cass; but one "I'll learn you to slap Mort Cass The Questions 5. It is generally believed that
%. % and 1 ton pfckvp bo
;
it and all they feared and obeyed him. he said. 1869 they do, because of their actions
.I t Virginia&: Holmes settled back into 1. Up to what large city avtomotiot 3tetr.
j ; her seat turning her body to face It was common gossip in Benson'sGulch Gil tapped him on the right shoul was called Yedo? while they are asleep. draiaMe/ro.t your

f i t the window. that Cass had either fired the der. As Cass turned Gil drove a 2. Where*is the native home of 6. Hates women.

: f Gilbert Bradly had been about to shot that killed William Holmes, or hard left into his face. The crowd the Hottentots? 7. Forty-eighth. .

f '! introduce himself but he saw that ordered it fired. The body of the which was beginning to gather, gavea 3. Who possessed the face that 8. Asteroids. & X TURK

i ; neither of his companions was inter- young editor had been found in his startled gasp. Cass charged at "launched 1,000 ships"? 9. The lily. fl.
: ested. Gil would have A of wild Gil and for a moment it looked as 10. Russia. It has land ,spytft .
: been the first shop one morning. group 4. How many workers in the a area ,
.1 } :. to admit that he wasn't an impressive cowboys from a Cass-controlled if he would pummel him into the world earn less than four Amer- of over 8,000,000 square miles.

.: figure He was slight barely ranch had been drinking the night ground. Gil's rapid foot work saved ican dollars a week? I

,. five and a half feet tall. His gray before and done a lot of wild shoot- him. His weaving the body made man's a 5. Do dogs dream? Covered With DecorationsThe Read the Ads
target for larger
: ; eyes were mild and his clothes ing in the town's main street. One poor 6. A misogynist is one who does

r ; '', marked him as a newcomer to the of the bullets had broken the glass bear-like blows. what? most decorated man in the
# Cass realized that this
; d .' desert country. window of the newspaper office and soon fight 7. Nevada is sixth in land area U. S. army is Col. Edgar Erskine
j ,>- ., The trio rode in silence to Benson's lodged in the owner. The coroner was not going to result in the easy but what population? Hume who is connected with the FASTERMO7aWV
victory he had expected. He stepped r
:
t ,, Gulch. had given a verdict of accidental
; ; 8. What dove call the barren civil affairs division of the war
i i Arrival of the stage was evidently death. As Cass was all-powerful back and warily eyed his adversary.
: worlds in the sky, having no air, department. Since 1914 he has
Then again he charged at Gil. who
an event in the town. The In Benson's Gulch no one openly
group
water
or living things? received 56 medals and other decorations ns t t
eluded
him. v
f '. of men gathered for the occasion questioned the verdict. 9. Garlic belongs to what botan- 12 from the United !

E Wild cheers rang from the crowd ical family? States and 44 from 20 foreign na
later when Gil stood with wide- )Oc
10. What is the largest country tions. SINGLE OR DOUBLE !9Gf
spread legs over the sprawled figureof in area in the world?


I' :i\ CROSSWORD PUZZLE .1 one"Oh.Mort roared what Cass.a as lucky bystanders punch."rushedto some- 1. Tokyo The, Japan.Answer Pouring. new horsepower info an oU o im


congratulate Gil."Lucky e ', When
2. South Africa. an engine smokes burns oil loses
punch nothing" cried a 3. Helen of Troy. power,you can pour in new horsepower

1 Horizontal ael.tl..1*Nest bsa.. deep voice. 4. Half of them. The Chinese, and end oil waste by having it reconditioned
Gil turned to face the man who one-fifth of the world's population, .-"- and equipped with new Sealed Power
t 1 Large 1 1 4 S 6 ] l0 f fi had drunk coffee with him soon aft- had a low of $1.40 per week before g1 Piston Rings. There'i a Sealed Power
serpent er his arrival in Benson's Gulch. inflation. .s C' t.r' Ring Set specifically engineered for your
i i 4 Since 3 14 "I remember you now," he said, car,truck or tractor engine whatever Use
? 6 Aspect taking Gil's hand in a firm grasp."I i make model or cylinder wear condition

j f II existence star inf 1 saw you fight once in Chicago. Sisters and Brothers Bear See your Sealed Power Franchise Dealer.
Save oil,save gas,restore power.
13 Migratory Recall the night you knocked out The Closest
RelationshipA
winged MoW in the third round. You're
1A hi U1s Send portal for Qustrat- ...r '
insect Bradly. once holder of the world's ed. informatiTe sew -r
.. Earth lightweight boxing crown." person is more closely relat- I bookletYi7 way to*av ?
; I f goddess u u lb it u ed to his sister than to his mother. t f free and may
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y MT you Iota of
i money.
16 Girls name From the
standpoint of eu- Scaled Power Corp.,
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genics and biology brothers and W10. Uuikegon.
..-" "J. 19 Nahoorl s9 w 1 2 A ,M+chigaa.Icrosuut.
'? sisters bear a closer relationshipto
; sheep UC1IEIIEI.
l 'i ) 21 Carnivorous one another than they do to either -

<' >. quadruped i of their parents. Parent and
2Z French for"and' 1 IIP child have one-half common blood;
4ZZ3 __ a brother and sister have all com- ear'
Mixed blood. wsz
mon
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together 45 J 9F -
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&:' 29 Mirth A Don't Live a Self-Centered Life 1',4J !.n :!& ,_,,,,,..",,/.. 1."' """ ........... _I L F _"- .__ -... ._. __
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0.><.< 31 Short ; Nine times in'ten when ;you find a ..' .., '.> yiIl "" <'" .. CN -

11 jaCket person who isn't getting as much
: 33 ConjunCtiOD 58 59 bD out of his life' as he should who

, t :. 3. Note .off wants more friends than he has,

...... ; scale 6/ 6Z 4 who Isn't altogether happy with his
F ; 3S Back
t y+; 38Occean existence, you'll find if you probe s

t t< _: 3V Tree-toed fib 67f deeply enough that that person Is N

i. ..... > sloth too self.:entered j! &rrav
: :. 40 Four Although they don't know it, usually Thsays
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l c ..: ;kr 41Ex eis No. 33 this condition of being self-
i. a C3 Material for centered starts in childhood PAYE BLESING

.- =i='f.'"' U paper Sheep'a making 3 By 44 Vase 58 Symbol fort As a child the person was babied Rodeo ,
cry
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: -':. -' t7 Six.Jegged 4 Feeble46"Remember silver by his parents. He received so much f 1,,.. ,}a s ,
., r mite minded theI"' 57 Lair notice that when he left home he .y rtis: yr
", 1. :: 50 French 5 Blot 48 Proffers 5g Chinese feltt letdown neglected disillusioned
k -l} :;=;,',: '- -! article IS Heavenly t9 Open space In measure when the world didn't treat

: -:- .. J.{, 52 Iniquity bodies a wood 52 Symbol for him as his parents had. So he retired -
". ; :se 53 Negative 7 Stop! 51 Turkish title nickel in a shelL
_ 8 Land 54 Scent M Note of
I ;'; 58 Father of In
one office I know
; Cain measure 55 Ripped scale there was a ct
girl who didn't have friend.
a For
sa Retinue
,. { 58 French Former 10 Worm Aasw.r a. Panl. X_..... Q three months she had worked there. ITS TRUE IN RJDIN6.AND '
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.,' politician 12 Colloquial: Not one of the other girls had paid W c CIGARETTES TOOI I TRIED .
l : : 6lTh perform paid notice R Ai E D s the slightest attention to her. One c
:i -" 61Thirdsign it Symbol for R B N T 0 R A T 0 P. day she came to me, broke down MAW BRANDS DURING THE < .
,:-,:, of the tellurium I L O t! R !< E T L 1T cried said she was miserable. g fx WARTIME .
r CIGARETTE
SHORTAGE
S j zodiac 1'7 Knob B 13 R pap 1 A A They don't pay any attention tome f '

: i}-+_ :.:- i 83 Newspaper20 24 Abandoned Honest E s x A R A B Lt ." she sobbed. *Do you pay any bttiTiQ4SVSi M ESrl: j
? I -: man x x A L s y A R attention to them?" I asked.
i 2S Female deer
1 63
;: Water-raJsiD Z1 R B E B o A si --No-no. I don't.
; Young horse
apparatus
28 Journey p P tr c x Et 'Then that' the trouble. If you
'', 66 Compass
t point 29 Fluent V E R 3 x E E want to be friendly with these girls Mom .
i k err Wrath 30 Molten rock A tJ R tit S A ;you have to show them that ;you are people are smoking ;
j;. i:: 33 Back, of the A C R K E T S r I friendly; with them.** ;)

,' VuUcaJ neck B x R E E x E rf If :you are living a self-centered
;, .- 36 Fabulous bird s y life the CAMELSthan
T R x A x now. best thing for you to do
'4 1 Implores J7 Charaeter"Hamlet" InS is live more with other people and '';
Beasts d
lelin Hat show them that '
they are important .
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i:. Telephone Long-conversation Preliminary between I g

I two law firms: HOUSEHOLD .
/ Telephone rings: "This Is Per-
bins Parkins. Peckam and Potts- ;
Good morning." 1
"I want Mr. Perkins please. Put a thin coat of transparent :
-Who Is calling, please!" shellac on your recipe cards or ; ;
"Mr. Pincham of Pincham. Pet- recipe book covers. This eliminates ;.
lam Poppum and Pogg." the possibility of getting
CROSSTOWN "Just a moment please. rn give grease marks on these much used
:< BOBBY ::W IIvT LI rou Mr. Perkins office. kitchen items.
.
SOX "Hello. Mr. Perkins office. -
ByRoland "Let me speak to Mr. Perkins. To avoid chipping your fine

Coe ; ;--A- I "Mr. Perkins? I'll see. if he's in. hina when washing it use a kitchen -
t, !j # Who's calling please towel or rubber mat in the hottom .
W art Un pN "Mr. Pincham of Pincham. Pet of the dish pan.
tam Poppum and Pogg." -.-

41 "Just a moment. Mr. Pincham. To keep an open radio free from s
Here's Mr. Perkins. Mr. Pinchamon lust: use the blower of the vacuum ;
G the line please." and blow away the dust before .
y "Just one moment please. I have you begin to dust the room.
Mr. Pincham right here. Okay with -.- .
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Perkins, Parkins. Peckham and In choosing a paint color for a =
g .,v Potts. Mr. Pincham. Go ahead. ,wall it is well to remember that

..N3 please. buff will blend with almost. any
*''Lo. Joe.. How about lunch!" other shade.
w-- "Okay. -.-

for When sewing by machine, check "-.\.
we're a co'I'm"afraid thafa what 'Ob. I'm not worried 'boot losing Alvin" -it's losing face DOUBLE PURPOSEA the tension of the thread on the_-"
that bothers me! bobbin and the spool to assure "

neat and even stitching.
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NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller Nothing beats the well known
razor blade for removing hard-
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AREN'T YEP---DAT'S
PRICES j NOBODY GETS \ OHI TOMMY SURE GETS ened paint from glass. And if heldat
INFLATIONTHEIR MONEY'S % DON'T A LOT FOR shallow angle the blade will not
AWFUL FOR
YA j' WORTH THESE KNOWHIS PENNYL scratch the surface. ...

THESE DAYS DAYS o

? A FEW DROPS OF PICKS

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(DOUBLE-DUTY NOSE DROPS)

IIIIIIw
young man was anxious to have

his fortune told. He went to a swarai. SNIFFLY, STUFFY DISTRESS OF
As he sat at the table he noticed the

crystal ball had two holes in it.. IliNltlC ItIsIt'
"What's the idea of the holes he
LITTLE REGGIE
By Margarita asked.
a wonderful how a
"On Wednesday night explainedthe
WHATS COOKING YES DEAR....HELP swami "1 go bowling." In little each Vlcks nostril Va-tro-nolj acts fast .
GOSH THERE MOM.. SPAGHETTI ? YOURSELF !11! to soothe irritation' -4.
MUST KAN /
EASIER
Simpler Word open cold-clogged nose
and reduce stuffiness. And If used In
Mrs. Smith was reading a letterat time. Vteks Va-tro-nol helps prevent
"l breakfast. Suddenly she lookedup many colds from developing.Try ttl
suspiciously at her'husband. Follow directions la toe package..

"George." she said "Tve Just received -
a letter from mother saying
she Isn't accepting our invitation to
It1IiJ; come and stay, as we do not appearto
want her. What does she mean by
that?, I told you to write and say
that she was to come at her own

your convenience. You did write didn't rL1AC

"Er-yes," said George. "But I-
MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher I couldn't spell 'convenience.' so 1

made It -risk."

MUTT.; ILL DO SOMETHING NOW --- YES WttAT ARE I'M 'BUT t KNOw- Quite a Baby!

AKD,VoU SEE IP:YOU WHAT qM GOING Yot'RE rM AN A deacon in the local church was
CAN GUESS WHAT j DOING? NOTHtHG! I AM! YOU DOING? uPSTA1RS! NoT' ELEVATOR! going to the city and agreed to pur- f
1M DOlHGjJITTER MOVING! i chase a new sign to be hung in frontof

the church. He lost the sheet of
paper on which htf had put the "S-Star Quality Oil Filter I
motto and dimensions so he wired Elements have aa exclusive safeguard -
his wife: in the Collector Tnbe Trap.
"Send motto and dimensions." It's made of acidproof glass cloth,
An hour later the telegraph operator which can't rot and thus allow .
was startled at the reply. The pollution of
message read: "Unto Us a Child Is the engine oil. XHeiffcv r I *
Born. 6 feet long and 2 feet wide"Not Don't take a
chance on dirty i t)

Too Sorry"I oil.. Buy AC I

By Arthur Pointer hope dear" remarked mother and be nre.KIDNEY !'RI

"that when they sent you home
f OU CAM COME IN NOYt BUT PONT ICT PAD'ICMCH ICJf-HIDE'/ HERE HE WrtH A l8G Or CHOKEN 1sae Miss
VPU-X TMIHK HC3 MAO AT VCU FOR Oc ACS/ XlL&OUfiOHIMOUT ,,o AREN'T SAND SOME MILK bW T.YG you were sorry Prlngle
i BaCAKIMfl THAT$'I& Wti I TO SCK MOW HE. STILL SGRG AT\TOO.ME W ThC C6< BOX couldn't teach today
JtTTfK. ABOUr 2 COULDN'T BE ANGRY little
'Oh
I mother Betty
THAT WINDOW I WJTMREG'LAR MYCk/E! was
i ARL vOvMDatT replied. And then with a mischie-
v.-- vous twinkle in her eye. the youngster SUFFERERS!

added: "But, mother I couldn't
I help clapping my hands under my 74% BENEFITED. 1

breath. -la cBnlcal test by recognized 1 1JC. ,
LI / .Y. research organization ,
Zc RAIN-MAKER AD pUU v..raffcdac from b.rD1oc.1i'U-'
**ft.,cttuc up aiJ1ay.Jl.linal&blMe;
.... .fhw
bund oo Mmr o fcwvtefo* *UbteU
both.tima1atd.d's.y*(M eoaviabeul*
untie r'"*)owl rf IAf 10.....(esly Fole71'dle.LoeootM.TLeren L$ 'I''
test WM 74% were frved ol boning tmt*- .
i $ toon*:only hacI to gM ap as tuckt ooUurdOMB7 astimee.TeVv.yosr..Ugwekerjuaglast.- I I

p io bna&U from Uu B.W fir ss1s.jut FoityU
( .new kisei.bladder)Fill. t I
gram
By Gene ByrnesV c.lime.yeo. find tam f.._ !
FELLERS DOUBLE OU& MONEY BACU.
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WOULD TO TH POST OFFICE ,
YOU MIND MY TH'I I MO UNI N' TO MAIUA'ASKINtsoN Kf t i
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: afternoonY".tprcbably.. KEEP RIGHT f
A -. ,. I've got a new hat. a BE RIGHT itV
'iJ n J fresh shoeshine and rve Just had t
I_ washed." Headache Bid breath? Soar sto m. ;
zaj car ash Ga.T iBdixetttMl I* CONSTIPATION .
By Len Kleis the CMM? U N&Ur. itirrcfcUr .
.'VIRGIL Measure for Measure diwt >M habit>> ormixc: J.I

.,. t'\rE BEEN I 6EEC THAT MAKES A farmer's wife sold her surplus dregs Safely-cl re uu( .UU tetestbul with RECLXAX.u&et wits IIS

1)oET WJ Tnaav wsBIRTN butter to a grocer: In a nearby town. J&anDJn.. aU-hcrk KEGVLAX Sot
n&1 nI1ef. *
ItIDUSE. f.VER' R 4.Ge"iuR Y One morning the grocer remarked.
VASA14TTLEAVEAR.A6O 8 /- "Your butter was underweight last By Moa-85 Table$1.00 PrepaId _,

? week." Qr&r rode!turn ;
,. "Now fancy that" she replied D. X MITCHCLL LABORATOWCS ? ,'-
"Baby mislaid my weight that day IOMA UNO A.CAUTOtMAHighSchool ",k
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sold me." S.of

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Tight Fit
A hunter was showing off his collection Graduates
of trophies to a group of daen

0 0 o visitors. He was rapturously <6.

pi exhibits.: "See that e1ephanU"he
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By Jeff Hayes said. "X shot it in my pajamas. A CftOWIHS he
SILENT SAM'tl "My gosh" murmured the surprised

,. v YouASKED young lady. 'Bow did it get PROFESSION I I.pea.
FOR: a 1 in there?" G

IT COPPER I / -. Is a1d..adet 3S.
ANCs.! Easy Way OB WP--.................
11 npDAYTFcEr The aftet'-dinner speaker had ....cIrI..
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"After partaking of -.ors .ppoI' akIea eftrJ
important. vest r.dM.IuIea--.
a such a meal" he eont med. "1 feel
y sSr if Z bad eaten any more I would be -bat prepmdaa fat hilt cnec. and ;
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the far end: of the table r- .....1aJenaadea. >t
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!t Storm Damage Foods are In acutely short supply.
If we are to save the world for

Joseph W. Yates (An Editorial from The civilization, we must first uve oar
Electric Co.
Service &
i Repair
Palm Beach Times) own assets. We need picks and
i The pa&aing of time has dearly shovels and paving equipment. We
YATES FUNERAL HOME Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing' indicated a number of things. The need drainage and conservation

..- d Phone 155 hurricane of recent vintage chose and flood control. We need men.
j I j Fort Pierce, Fla. for iu most vicious assault the Working men. Men with vision
1 Phone 789 C. L. Strickel, Manager Palm Beaches. Delray Beach took and courage and determination.
Phone 789
.! i .i mighty battering from the sea, No longer should we stand hat -
f' Prompt Ambulance Service Markham Bldg. Okeechobce, Fla. but experts agree that the wind in band, watching the political
I velocity reached its crescendo in parade pass us by with a condescending E
the Palm Beaches. 'shrug. We are first inline
I i : -.... -- '-too -.:- '" ,"" ". =_ n = ---= :;;(;af;: '="""" "i Hobe Sound i* virtually un- with a mighty potential to be
: cathed. One home there was re- developed. Continued! lethargy is
l ported damaged by loss of a roof not alone tragic it now becomes
: : O. K. Garage any Machine Service STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen and ensuing water destruction. 'criminal.

But our eyes have turned unIs there no organization to take
: DODGE AND PLYMOUTH 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 teasingly toward tile Glades. More matters in hand and point them tfr
i Sales and Service complete reports from that area for authorities ready able and
: 24 Hour W.-ecker, Service Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen build up the measure of devastawilling to face facts It not, can i
till 8:00 P. M. tion. This is a result of drainage one be formed. The people have a
t Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92
I from the north. Precipitation was right to know what is being done.
: Dunlop'Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances Repairs and Service all makes Radios and [larger than at first believed. If it fe Insufficient, then they have

Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters :Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio {Losses may be staggering. The a right to do it themselves. That ,f
?' Oonners Highway and the break in i& the way big things usually are
"We Service Them All Batteries, Flashlights and Batteries.BOOKGIQIIG .
1. natural resistances to water con- done.

G = ,_. ..-D: i,r.............."''''... ..::-"....'=" : _"' -_, __.-, =>"T"....>..;,:" .""' ,,:.M1I:t -titute. a true danger. Time is running, are we stand-
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combat this rising flood. The
BRING YOURPrintig
hands and minds of good men are A freak accident occurred dur-
turned to the task. It may be fu ing the hurricane at West Palm
i: tile. But this we now know; Flood
when tension
: Us Beach last week a high j
.. Control i& no longer chimerical. It power pole snapped by the
t BOOK AND BIBLE REPAIRINGJ. is a prime necessity. It is a chal wind crashed through the plate

I lenge to ordinary Americanism. It glass window of one of the coachesis

x TQOkeeefiobee O. COWGER AT THE a requisite of common duty. on the Seaboard's crack Silver Me-
There is no percentage in sayteor that was beating its way
OKEECHOBEE NEWS ing "we told you so." This is notwritten through the storm carrying refuge .
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News in that spirit. But it has s to safety. Fortunately pass-
been stated by authorities for engexe managed to get out of th<

; ,. ... I = _=_ =",, ., '" .:c < ,, <, "a months past that a real danger way, and as the power line had
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ence in Lakeland months ago, --

., I IN BUYING PROPERTY BtirgcssSippIyCornpanyEshelman someone stated that we never Following a swing around the
would rouse ourselves "until real
a state during which he contacted
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disaster roused us. friends and officials State's Attorney -
Red Rose Guam. Feed
OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
ill Here is the real disaster. It L. Grady Burton, of Wau-
; i; <: SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES remains only to determine, now, chula, who recently announced as
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY First Shipment will arrive Ogt. 15.th- B whether we are truly roused. It ; candidate for the office of Attorney -
t Second Shipment will arrive Nov. lath
:: does no good to talk only. Lip General, subject to the
r Chicks service is helpful only up to a Democratic primaries next May ,
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Company
point. This is the hour for action. expressed himself well pleased
Spell that with a acpital A. Action with the outlook and stated that s
: J. L. BARBER, Manager Tuesdays and Fridays .
; b has received a great deal of encouragement -

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c !, f OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO. Formerly
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WAVING A SPECIALTY-:

S SALES SERVICE DENMARK'S ALL WORK GUARANTEED. .
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: FOR I U.! TIRES Complete Home Outfitters Phone 60-2. For Appointment

, : :; Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service Owned and Operated By

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Hair Cuts-Shaves
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95 Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages Short Trips:

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}. 1 Ranges, Hot Water Heaters THE; ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON,
Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs
,1 Bend1iE. Maytag, Easy Conkm washers and ironers. Deep freeze I BATTERIES TIRES AND TUBES h DRY, CLEANING & LAUNDRY
..., boxes, Wayne water softener, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson I UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY
radios, Johnson Outboard Motors, Onan Lightplants Berkeley
water pumps. Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4

Door to Theatre Box 153, Okeechobee, Fla. GLADES CLEANERS
,. ; ,Next Call Phone 54 .

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Atlantic Service
Sta.VE SPECIALIZE
: East SidePackage Gulf Station Paul D. Robbins Owner a
Wrecker Service In Curing and PIIILCO North ParkPackage
That Good Calf C... I _
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GULF PRIDE OIL 24 Hours a DaySmoking Meats
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STATE ROAD NO. 8 In The:Heart Of Town.- All Night Cafe THOMAS PKG. CO. Station '

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