The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: = Volume -33--No. 21 Okeechohee Florida Friday, Oct. 10, 1947. :j-.


f Pete Itilersoii Dates Meeting For Have Annual Been Press Locals Lost The Opened Wright Pump For Business Company Senator Claude Pepper Headed Large

; Pawed Away Here Changed By President First Home Game Here In New BuildingThe Crowd That Attended The Cattlemen's :

: Yesterday Morning of Dates the Florida for the Press annual Association convention To Stuart FridayThe nounces Wright this week Pump that Company they are an- Barbecue And Flood Control Meeting

originally scheduled to be held in open for business In t.hel.rnew

St. Petersburg November 7-8-9, building located on North Park -

Funeral services will be conducted have been changed to November Okeechobee High School Street near the western edge of About four hundred people from

Saturday afternoon at 1 14-15-16. one week 'ater, it was Football boys opened their 1947 the city limit H. A. Wright Jr., Too Late to Classify all sections of South Florida were

o'clock Russell Kay Secretary home season here last Friday nightin on hand for the meeting held here
:$ at the .Primitive Baptist announced by is the manager.Mr. .
with a game with Stuart High. The By Monday by the State Cattlemen'Association
Church for Peter Ranlersoa who following a conference It that recent column
Florida Power Cor- final sore was 13 to 0 In favor of Wright moved from Fort seems my In an effort to workout
passed away at his home here yesterday Flanagan, dealing with the problem of the
arrangements Stuart. Pierce where he has been engagedin a better drainage program than
12:25 after local
morning at an poration, commercial fishermen has stirred
the same line since the war to the one now In use. .
Illness of several months. He was chairman. While the Okeechobee boys lost up a lot of controversy, for since
Okeechobee after The crowd met the
looking over a at uauty
ninety years old last month. Mr. Kay said the change was the game they played a good game it appeared a couple of weeks ago I
number of locations he liked this court house in the morning at
Mr. Raulerson moved with his urged by President Lloyd Herrin, against a team that was much have received many letters from
best. In addition to installing 10:30 and immediately adjournedand
family to what I* now ,Okeechobee publisher of the Callahan News, heavier than they were. readers, some who approve and
pumps the new company is equipped formed a motorcade that vieWed -
before there was another white when it developed that the earlier others who oppose my view.
Stuart to do all kinds of welding and the overflowed lands along the .
scored their touchdowns
family in this section of the coun- with the Georgia- two '
date conflicted
in the first half of the i machine shop work. My good friend Roy Child publisher north and and west shores of the
try and has made his home here Florida football in Jackson- game
since. game and after the half the locals out- I of the Levy County Journalof lake. After they had inspected the

ville which many publishers planned played them. Bronson, concurs, and in an editorial flooded areas they returned to the I
The will be brought from attend. :John S. Pearce I
,body to I note preceding the column C. S. Cornelius place on the lake
Fort Pierce Saturday morning and This was not only the first home
informed his readers that when a where they enjoyed an old fashlon-
carried to the Primitive Baptist game of the season but it was the And IITomlinson resident of Moore where he ioned barbecue
Miss Mary Francis Miss (Ide Haven of beef and pork
Church where the casket will be first game to be played on the new
was publisher of the Glades County sweet potatoes slaw, pickles bread .
football field while the
open from 11 a. m. :so that those Democrat he spent much of his and coffee.
remains. Thomas And grounds were wet the field is a big WedMiss
who wish view the Edgar
may time sports fishing: on Lake Okee- After the barbecue the crowd, ;
improvement over the old field. It
I Following the funeral services chobee and always found the fish- again gathered at the court house
is well located with plenty of room
t at the church the body will be laid Knight i Married and given a little time the field Idell-Tomlinson became the ing excelent although the lake was where Irlo Bronson, president of

1 to rest in the Okeechobee Cemetery fished commercially during that the Florida State Cattlemen's Association -
bride of John S. Pearce in 'a wed-
will be one of the. best to be
found. ding ceremony performed at the time. presided over the meet
t Funeral anrangements are in. The Independent Missionary First Baptist Church here Satur- Further confirmation of my con- ing. The crowd voted unanimouslyfor
Next Friday night October 17,
I charge of Yates Funeral Home of Baptist Church was the scene of a day night at 7 o'clock. Rev. C. H. tention that sports fishing has Mr Bronson to name a committee -
the local boys will play the Clewiston
Fort Pierce.Army .- beautiful candle light wedding Sat- Eiland performed the ceremony in been benefitted rather than harmed to assist the engineers In
team here in what is expectedto
urday night September 27 at nine the presence of the families, by commercial fishing in Lake pushing the water control program

o'clock when Mary Frances Thomas be even a better game than the friends and other relatives: of the pkeechobee and in the St. Johns through Congress.
; Engineers one with Stuart. The game will
; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad couple. river comes in a letter'from an- United States 'Senator Claude 1
at 8
Thomas became the bride of Edgar p. m. Pepper who flew here from Los
other friend, Vernon E. Ramsey of

t; Will Begin Work Knight, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. The bride is the youngest Suffolk, Virginia. 'Ramsey, who is Angeles, Cal. told the gatheringthat I

Ed Knight. Rev. M. M. Martin of- Digest of Recent daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy in the contained business and 'he and Senator Holland

ficiated the double ring Tomlinson of this city. She gradu- would see President Truman
Here SoonFederal at cere- spends much time in Pahokee and in i
Very In the of friends ated from the Okeechobee High Washington
mony presence Belle Glade during the vegetable Wednesday morning

and relatives. The bride and groom Opinions By The"Attorney School and attended school at the season, states that he has bass- of this week and urge him to make i

was graduated from this school. Florida State College for Womenat an emergency allotment of funds i
funds, in ,a limited fished all over the state for years
amount, were made available Wed Edgar in "44" and Mary F. in 47. GeneralTallahassee Tallahassee last year. and considers Lake Okeechobee with which to begin actual construction !

nesday for alleviating flooded con- Edgar served 2 years In the navy.A Mr. Pearce is the oldest son of among the best fishing grounds to of the water control I

tions in the Lake Okeechobee region number of piano selections were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Pearce and be found anywhere, while the St. Col. Willis E. Teale, of Jacksonville -

according to Colonel WillisE. played by Maron Martin Jr. Before The ruins of an was born and reared in Okeechobee. Johns River another excellent spot In charge of this district for !

Teale of ,the Army Engineers In the ceremony and "1 Love You old Spanish, mission at New Smyr- He attended Okeechobee High has always proven productive in the United States Army Engineers

Jacksonville. Truly" was sung by Marion Whid- na Beach life entitled to tax exemption School and later spent two yearsin spite of the fact that these waters was on -hand for the meeting as t

den. as 'the property of the the Navy during the war. have been fished commercially for was Mr. Broadfoot of Clewistonand I

Representatives of the Corps of Florida Historical Society, Attorney At the present time he is assocI- years.A others of the engineers office. 1
The bride was given in marriage
Engineers .are now in conference General J. Tom Watson has ated with hb father in the cattle: The meeting in the court house
by her father and had as her contrary view Is expressed by t
g with local authorities around the ruled. business here. lasted until almost dark with a
matron of honor Frances Scott of an anglers group who contends
lake to determine where the emergency In a companion opinion be also After a brief honeymoon the number of persons expressing their t f
Ft. Pierce sister oN the bride that commercial fishermen de-
., funds can be aspen t..t9 the declared the Masonic Temple :ouple returned; to Okeechobee this views about the water control '" ;

bear advantage"'attd';- ffecT the'createst groom. Bridesmaids were Edtth1 Building in Jacksonville ..should'betax week"and" will make.'this their stroy breedlrghgrounds and.da not problem Senajtojs|spper' left'hereafter i ;
t Thomas cousin of the trouble to put: baby bass back in
immediate relief within exempt, subject to investigations home. They have purchased the the meeting tot Fort Pierce :t 1
Greta Knight, sister of the bride the water when found in their
the flooded areas. Colonel Teafe by the county tax assessor. Hugh Chandler home in South "- where he took 'the Florida East :; !
Dozier Clements served
said that he has instructed his engineers groom. as The ruins of the ancient mission Okeechobee where they are at nets.The Coast train for Washington. :
I best man. The ushers were Brad subject seems to be almostas
to give this emergency are being cleaned up by the cham- home to their friends. The arrangements for the meet ,
Thomas, Jr., brother of the bride
controversial politics or religion -
k first priority. The District Engineer ber of commerce of New Smyrna, ing were handled'by the Florida

emphasizes-the need for speedy and Cliff Ellis. and the public will be admitted on Florida National Guard but I still am of the opinion State Cattlemen's Association .

The bride chose for her bridal that commercial in Lake
action and cooperation with local payment of a small admission fee, On Relief Work while the arrangements for the ,
outfit a white street length suit Busy Okeechobee and the St Johns River -
Governments and other in ;
agencies the attorney general was advised. barbecue were handled by the
with white accessories and an or- is not harming our sports fish
helping the people who have suffered He wrote Tax Assessor W Homer Okeechobee Cattlemen's Associa-
chid with Members of the Florida National and that the removal of
damages by high water. corsage white satin Smith of Volusia county that he week ing quan- tion headed oy>> its president, C. S. l
streamers.The Guard during the past tities of gars, turtles and other de- :
did not think that the charging of Cornell i
Funds made available two du-
today are have been torn between of fish is really !
matron of honor chose afuschla.colored whose stroyers game
admission fee
from the emergency flood control an ties, but after the first day of its helpful. '
suit with light blue went to maintain the property Florida Residents Will 1
authorization made I
by Congress, two-month recruiting campaignall Since writing my first columnon
used accessories.Miss would keep it from being tax ex relief Fill Seven Key PositionsAt j
and can be only for the re- attention was directed to the subject my attention has .

pair, fre&toration, and strengthen Thomas wore a blue dress empt. 'I and emergency work resulting been called to the fact that following Hialeh Track \ 4

ing of levees and other flood con- with white accessories and Miss The Masonic Temple Building, from the hurricane that swept over the adopting of its ruling Florida residents will again fill i"

Knight a pink dress with navy ac- he was informed, was owned by
trol works threatened, destroyedby the state. relative to commercial fishing in seven of the nine key operational {,i
cessories. the Grand of Masons In
recent floods, or which may bet Lodge' For the first time since Janu- the waters of Lake Okeechobee positions at HIaleah's 1948 meeting f i

threatened or destroyed by. .later The couple will make their Florida. Part of the property Is ary 1941, when the last of the .and in the St. Johns River, the it is disclosed 'with the announcement r
home in Okeechobee. The said
rented. attorney general
Hoods. Colonel :Teale said these Florida National Guard units went State Game and Fresh Water Fish of officials, for the 40. L ,

funds will be used in the rehabilitation the facts Indicated that the use into federal service, various organizations Commission delayed enforcement day racing season, January 16 J 3 l'

Three New Men Are of rents from the building were of state military
outside the
of flood control works and appointed two fact-finding through March 2. p'
such that it entitled to be ex-
the big Government levee Appointed For Research was taxation. troops were alerted and then mo- committees to :study the effects of Charles J. McLennan of Coral r':
which encircles the lake. bilized. commercial fishing operations in Gables was appointed racing

The limited funds allotted\ to Appointment of three new men First to go on active state duty these waters and report back their secretary with John B. Campbell ,

the Jacksonville District are in addition to conduct agricultural researchin Tallahassee- It is the duty of was the 2nd Battalion of the 211th conclusions and recommendation of Miami Beach and HollU Rine- ;
the sheriff to keep the county Jail
: to the $50,000 recently authorized Fonda is announced by Harold General J. Tom Infantry Regiment at West Palm The personnel of these two com- hart Jr., of Coral Gables as stewards l
clean Attorney
for dredging in the WestPalm Mowry, director of the University Beach. Then as needed throughoutthe mittees were selected by the Game In the non-racing d art'n'
Beach Canal. This work Is of Florida Agricultural Experi- Watson declared, in an opinion state, other units were called and Fish Commission and in view ments. Dan D. Rosenfelder of MI- i;
Sheriff R. L. Kendrick of Escam-
now in progress between West ment Station, following approvalby to service in evacuating civilians of this fact one would naturally ami was renamed as admissions i

Palm Beach and 20-mile Bend Obstructions the State Board of Control.On bia county. transporting vehicles and suppliesor assume that their finding would superintendent, John I.. Medals of j'
The sheriff had asked if it was
within the canal are being October 1 Robert A. Con- preserving law and order In the favor the commission's position If Miami as safety director and Everett -
the responsibility of the sheriff or
removed to increase the discharge over will become associate plant at. wake of the storm. the evidence permitted. On these A. Clay of Miami as press "
commissioners. The
the county With the period over,
of flood waters from the pathologist at the Suptropical Station that emergency committees were representatives of director.
torney general pointed out members of the National Guardare
lake area In order to lower the Homestead, succeeding H. I. the commissioners should both sports fishermen and_ com- Alt Robertson: of Miami former f

general water level within the Borders resigned. A graduate of county agafn turning their attentionto mercial fishermen, including the riding great was added to the rating ;:
the sheriff with suppliesand
the recruiting campaign :
flooded regions.Rehabilitation. Iowa State University, he will eminent ichthyologist and director staff as patrol judge.
facilities for cleaning the
of the old State continue research studies of plant up will continue through November of the marine laboratory of the Hialeah will have an all-Miami ',
jail, but if neither did it, the 16. Florida's quota of new enrollments staff.
levee between Clewiston and Moore diseases affecting vegetable and University of Miami, Dr. F. G. medical and veterinarian .
sheriff Is guilty of nonfeasanceand is
during this period 1,200. ,-
C. IL McDevitt, Jr. was reappointed :
Haven 'protecting the Diston Island other crops of extreme southern to Walton Smith. -
neglect of duty subject
District was completed yesterdays Florida. In many of Florida's communities However these fact-finding as track physician with Dr. J. ". :
removal from office.
s, veteran's service organizations the H. Tarbdrough as paddock veterinarian t
the aid of Government plant Horace J. Fulford, recent University committees operating
and civic groups are assisting of the and Dr.. J. G, Catlett astrack -i.
the of and direction
furnished by Corps Engineers' of Florida graduate, has Mrs. Frank Williamson returned supervision

; sub-office at Clewiston. The become assistant animal husbandman Sunday night from Boston, with enl1stedman appropriate/who obtains programs.The the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- veterinarian and head of ;

: work Involves restoration of the I' at the Range Cattle Experi- Mass. where she spent two weeks recruits In the state during mission made .a careful and identification. 'I
moat Sam IL McCormick of Coral Cables
approximately COOO' of commercial operations -
dike to protect E. thorough study
ment Ona succeeding
Station visiting relatives and friends. Her the drive will win a trip to Wash- "
of water, to secretary-treasurer of Hialeah
s acres, of sugar cane and other R. Felton, resigned.W. mother accompanied home and War De- on each body
as a guest of the
ington Information and the board includes James
areas used for diversified farming. R. Smith, recent graduateof will spend the winter here. gathered statistical
he will see the Army-
employedover II. Bright of Hialeah Edward S,
; Colonel Teale said. Mississippi State College, has surveyed the equipment
Navy football gameat Philadelphia interviewed Moore and Frederick C, Peters of
been named assistant entomologistat Mrs. J. It. Minehan and daughter of a period of years
and then he win be guest Miami Beach, and Dr. B. 1. Whit-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hiriler arrived the North Florida Experiment Miss Sarah, Mrs. Bryant. Bow. Bowl sports fishermen and_ _
the state at deter- ten of Miami. HUleab's president,
,in Okeechobee Sunday after I Station, Quincy.. He is expected to den and Mrs. E. H. Hunt were 1. In fact, the fishermen alike and liD Uy
; Game on January
and John C. dark has been a Florida
pending the summer ia Hot work .on aphids of shade tobacco, visitors spending Tuesday in West and the three rnn- mined that the production '

Springs :Ark., New.York and oth- a pest which gave considerable Palm Beach. state winner their will receive propagation of food fish over a pe- winter resident for more than a jl
with guests
ners-up rather quarter of 'a and Warren "jj
increased century:
had _
I They will again operatethe riod of years
*r places. trouble to the 194? crop- the Miami
to game. '
further found Wright, another member of: the
-Southland Motel Grill this winter Speaking truth Is like writing: than decreased and

and expect'to'be open for business Truth never hurts-,the teller,- fair,' and only comes by practice. -- no basis 'for'the closing of these board owns a winter home at Miami

No ember. Firsts -Robert Browning -John Ruskin: Advertise in The News (Continued. os:List rage) Beach


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---I II History Lives in Washington Statues DEPART CLASSIFIED I E1 ,:

'L yauratjOL ;
Snow Cone equipment with supplid
Americans to set up in profitable business -
Dote on Nation'sMonuments py
1.-1' ,. Bl..... P..r. C... H"'wih y re. .

i Hay Cured in Silos to Its Heroes HJe kJt25A DaWitIJ'i -it 1

lln ge
By Electrical Motor
; The Oaas-roday bosh :;

Mechanical Method of r For Sport. Work wrist or Ware Dress.hIae Accorau
By BAUKIIAGE Swiss precision movement. RadiS

.; Saving New Hay:Crop News Analyst*nd Commentator.WASHINGTON. hand.hands and Genuine numerals.leather Red band.sweep-ceennd Unhri l---
able Crystal. Each :'
watch earrtei T
' : Although the barn mow still is .-If you haven't anything else to do, just written factory guarantee And *- .-
" .
.' more extensively used today than take a seat beside me on this bench for a moment. I think this ad seas r!:mail to Attach remittance to thI&BEN1AXOJ .i i

,. any other place for the mechanical is one of the nicest "little parks" in the world. It doesn't take 3. WILUS. DlstrtboUr -
lea E. 25th St.. Loa ""
_ curing of hay and other forage AateUINSTRUCTION l1. Calif; ,
its name from the gentleman on the horse right over there in
crops it lately has been receiving the center behind the
iron pickets. I don't know why. Of
some competition from other farm course he is only a replica. The in .
is the
;. structures-notably the silo: a square in ATTN. SCHOOLS. Teach them to
:J city he defended from the British-in the "vieux carre" of FLORIDA OYSTER FLEET Fishermen are busying themselves while they learn. Popcorn Inach,tee""-
: Use of silos for curing forage New Orleans. again along Florida gulf ports bringing in the first of the 1947-48 especially for schools complete for nt.?
,': Sl s For details .end thi ad to
i crops is gaining favor with farmers He was GENERAL Jackson then. We think of him as President oyster haul. Here "oysterers" secure their craft after a long day's POPCORN COMPANY NasaVW DLiltxg, i .

: who do not have the space requiredfor Jackson now. And we make fun of the horse he's sitting on, that prancing hunting in Apalachicola bay.

installation of necessary equip- steed,with his feet planted so firmly in the air ("like a liberal congressman. PERSONAL s
ment in their one-story barns as Ri.aaUArtkrtUa.. *,
Why 7
Suffer Get
as one of the old conservatives used
to say). It took many poundsof proven remedy. A post card will
well those'who desire brie
1 as to usetheir'mows lead in Andy's horse's tail to keep the two of them in balance they NEWS REVIEW you information.. No o\l1cauOL; Sat(t
for other purposes. The tell me. __ Ljtbr t rr. p. O.Bez. -HrQUC.Pa. .
accompanying illustration shows atypical

silo hay curing installation.In But don't think the -horse's hind ,S Corn Estimate Lowered

this latest of many newer farm feet are not firmly planted! The one every time I passed by the ; ** *** ** **?

electrification developments air enters man who tried to move them statue of Kosciusxko, I could You Can Be a Partner 1
the hay through vents in the brought down an avalanche on his hear a faint murmur. 'I had no Aid Europe Now Plea
- head, and gave a President of the :
" United States a real headache.It doubt it was Kosciuszko telling Buy U. S. Savings Bonds1.! :
: what he would do today U he
\ happened this : There is a
\0 statue of George W way shington.tu.ck. d could pedestal.Just get down from his REPEAT: booming him for vice-presidential * *** *

on on a circle in Less CornThe nomination.

a neighborhoodwhich A number of people wrote in 1347 corn crop estimates of IX MILWAUKEE Mrs. Lucy

has nei about that. They always do when I which have been shrinking like a Nostrand stepped from a bus at a More than
J ther the distin- mention the statues. People are in- just
intersection knocked
$10 suit ever since August was re- busy was to
guished past nor : terested in statues even though they duced by another 33 million bushelsin the pavement by a hit-and-run cow,
the glorious present have gone out of style as monu-
the department of agriculture'sSeptember a refugee from a meat company
of Lafayette ments. You know, the Du Pont family report. shipment. a TONIC

Square. Back lathe took the bust of old Admiral

D. .; regime of Samuel F. Du Pont out of the famous Total estimate cuts since August URGENT: it's
... President Handing circle named after him. and 1 were 256 million bushels and the

",., that statue replaced it with the present beautiful expected outturn this year now has Stopgap Aid

taken down memorial fountain. Some Washingtonians been placed at 2,403.913.000 bushels.
was George Marshall. U. S.
Silo converted for mechanical secretaryof
S' for little were deeply offended There was more potential bad
coring of hay and other forage a re- state was trying his best to pile
pair. A newspaperman and the national parks service was news said the department: In case
crops. up pressure for a special session of
hard up kept busy for several days answering -
I congress this autumn to finance im-
for feature sat phone calls and letters from in-
walls and passes into a vertical --- a- -------. --- MEAT SUPPLY mediate interim aid to keep Europeon
chamber which extends from top to Baukhage down and wrote dignant citizens.In Meat production can be main- its feet until Marshall's 20- J by ManyDOCTORS

bottom of the silo. It is exhausted himself quite 'a fact about the only complaintsthe tained at a high level in the next billion-dollar. long-range rehabilitation I -,
piece.. His name was John Russell national parks service has been 4/ "
: from the structure of the curtailed
by means a year despite corn plan begins functioning.
Young, and he is commissionermayor receiving of late have been
now years Scott' EnuUsfc
located authorities
fan. above the entrance. animal feeding
( ) of the District of Colum- concerned with the upkeep of the 77 Stymied by Republican leaders ., "i a treat: HIGH.
The cost of hay electrically declare. Extensive and efficientuse
., : bia. In his he that statues entrusted to its Some who were either downright opposedor ENERGY FOOD t
piece, suggested care.
,: by this method with a 5 or 7V4 of vegetable oil meal and indifferent to an (I TONIC for*11 sg1
emergency ses-
when Washingtonians call to rebuke
horsepower motor is about $1 per Washington was prettied up up other products will enable farm before Help tone n> fefaJt
and returned to public view, he the service for the greenish tinge sion January. Marshall was f not a i low in ADD
ton. the same as in the case of mow ers to produce pork freely at
taking to the
should be placed in the center of creeping over some of them likeKosciuszko's. case people, attempting t Vitamins. Help -
systems. Tests show that the qual- less cost than if corn were used
to rally public behind cbildrea build ad ]
Lafayette park. It is bronze and ; opinion -
Andy Jackson
ity of hay cured in this way, also exclusively in feeding.an him. teeth, strong bora
Young thought could be weather turns it which most
relegatedto green !
equals that cured in the barn being irASnX
from Washington's former relatively sculptors feel adds to its beauty, so Intolerable cold and hunger are lj .
worth $5 to $10 ton
in feeding value than that dried per by obscure position in WashingtonCircle. the service doesn't worry too much. early frost should ,blanket the the immediate threats facing Europe f -,

the sun. I Local officials agreed. There wasn't much money for corn belt another reduction wouldbe he said. The crisis .calls for

- Then the deluge. The story the) national parks during World likely. "urgent consideration.**

was widely printed and it War II to pretty up Washing- Crop reporting board said that "it What would it cost this time? SCOTT'S EMULSION

' KNOW YOUR BREED seemed that every Democrat in ton's statuary. About all the now seems likely that at least 75 Marshall said that there was as yet MGH EMSROY TONIC
the United States was person- service could manage was a per cent of all corn in the 12 corn no estimate of stop-gap needs but

:'.;- Dunloggin Mistress. ally affronted. The presidential yearly washing of each statue belt states will have matured by the he didn't deny reports that WilliamL. -- -

La PrincessA secretaries had bales of mail to (it takes several men a whole average date of the first killing Clayton undersecretary of state TO COOL
answer. The climax came whena day for the laundering Job). But frost" but warned that if it were a had cabled from Europe a requestfor BURNS

long-forgotten Andrew Jack- this year congress gave the week early, it would catch about 40 a special session of congress to SCALDSQuickly CHAFltlO'

new record prjce for Holstein- son patriotic and marching service $10,000 for trucking per cent of all corn at an immature vote 2.5 billion dollars for aid now. apply soothing and com:

Friesian cows was received at a club which appeared to be very equipment hoses masonry repairs stage. If frost came a week later The special session was far from forting GRAY'S OINTMENT with "

Cary, Ill, sale when Dunloggin much alive and kicking, threatened plumbing fixtures for the only a 15 per cent loss would be assured. If it came to.a showdown, its wholesome aiding medication.antiseptics Nothing and elM nature ':;

Mistress La Princess brought $23- to descend on Washingtonin fountains and other monuments. registered GOP leaders probably would opposeit like it-nothing so comforting 1

, -- 500 to her consignor Elmwood a body. The President had to They have another $10,000 to Latest estimates also foretold a openly and they could if they pleasant for externally caused skin ;_
'_ :.':: Farms, Lake Forest Ill. She troubles. 35c Get a package today,
was Issue a public statement saying spend on structural repairs-to re- sharp reduction in the record wheat wished, stifle any economic aid
. -:.:.'. purchased by Wern Farms, Waukesha that Andy was safe. place'' missing arms, legs and crop. Output was set at 1,408,602,000 legislation.

: Wis., which later resold her chunks hacked out by sou enir bushels as compared with the August
But I didn't intend to run on about
i Andy. The park is not as I said hunters for statues have their 1 prediction of 1,435,551,000 GOP VICTORY :

named after him. It's named after ghouls too. But most of the finger bushels.HEADLINERS. Straw in Wind?

-I II that young man you see over thereon breaking, it is believed is done by
the southeast perverted youth. On the whole, pea Jubilant Republicans were mak-
corner looking
ple like statues.l ing much of Franklin H. Lichtenwalter's -
L right across Pennsylvania avenue I I
into the window of the No. 1 guest resounding victory over s..f a..wh+e
<. chamber of the White House. His H. Storch.
name is Marquis Marie Joseph : Democratic candidate in a special "-
IN NEW YORK Margaret I
< election to fill
Paul Yves Rich Gilbert du Motier l Truman coloratura was I Pennsylvania's eighth
de Lafayette. Yes' we're in Lafa- l unanimously' approved by the boardof district seat in congress.

..... yette park. governors for membership in the The issue naturally; was the Taft-
1iI- Over there the northeast : Hartley labor law and the outcome
: : on corner > American Guild of Musical Artists
Iii ; at a private sale to Rehder Bros. is another Frenchman. Field ... i' (AFL) as a junior vocalist in good .was a two-to-one acceptance by the
Gladbrook. la. Marshal Jean Baptiste Donatien de .... standing. voters of the law and what it sIg-

Her record of Vimeur. Comte de Rochambeau. ) S .5 nines If Pennsylvania is as much a REGULATES AYS
:.a ; 1.047 pounds of fat IN TOKYO Hidekei Tojo for- 8 )
g, and 27.478 pounds milk. 3.8 percent Over there on the northwest oppoL i: mer Japanese premier now on trial political weathervane as it is .
Ie made in : site the Decatur House where Commodore claimed to be the Lichtenwalter
days, three time for his life as a war ____ KELPS YOU
- daily victory forecasts a cold bleak wind
milking established a newI Stephen Decatur died after criminal peered in1 1
.' Illinois Holstein record. She was being shot in a duel with a fellow to the future chose from the north for Democrats' in FEEL RIGHT

selected as the Reserve AU-Ameri- officer (Commodore Barron) out at an epitaph for his 1948.
: can Aged Cow In 1946. Bladensburg.. is Baron Fnednch tombstone: "By Republican hoop-la called the vote KEEP RIGHT f 1

I Wilhelm August Heinrich von Steu- i:th Buddha's grace all I "a smashing rebuke to the radical BE RIGHT.
ben. who was as useful to General sins committed labor bosses who chose to make the -. n
Headache? Bad breath? Sour stomach J
[ Washington, in his way as Lafayettewas while living are absolved Taft-Hartley labor management act ? Gas? Indigestion? Is COV. <
t c; : I U. S. Farmer Is Best I in his.Kosciusko. ,** the paramount issue of the elec STIPATION the cause If Natare Is ::'j
tion." irregular don't use habit forming
IN LONDON .1 drugs regulate with RECfLAX. .1
" Through Statue Elliodor M. Libonati. Safely cleanse intestinal tract With
improved breeding harmless, tae
all-herb &EGVL&X
1':,-,: -,' ,methods the farmer today is raisIng Stirs Reminiscences visiting Legion- real relief.
I Army
?r;: -a finer livestock than ever before. But that brings me to the statue naire from ChiToJo I By Mca-85 Tablets $1.00 prepaid

Through modem medicines, he has 1 was really going' to talk about: cago paused in front of No. 10 ..I
: a type of on-the-farm control of disease Tadeusz Andrzeg Bonaventura Kosciuszko. Downing street the prime minis- Alarmed war department officials Order,today tram

S : and epidemic such as never standing on the fourth cor- ter's residence wickedly waved a have estimated that the army's D. A. MITCHELL LABORATORIES ,s

before has been possible. This is ner of the park across from the handful of dollar bills in the air. postwar strength has sunk to a new; COMA UKDA", CAUFOIMAWNU ,-

..' "' :' the view recently expressed by Dr. house which once belonged to attracted no takers. low of 965,000 officers and -- .'4
_ men. -- --------
"t-- .Ward L. Beebe. authority on animil James Madison. Dolly lived there This is the Washington statue olKosciuszko IN TALLAHASSEE Sen. 105.000 below its authorized quota.
health care. after her husband, died. Polish patriot gen Claude Pepper (Dem.. Fla.) opened The army lost 75.000 officers and ..rt.a

The other day. a dispatch eral and statesman who servedas his mouth to say that if the Democratic men during July and August and

came in from Warsaw which George Washington's adjutantand party should feel that he gained back only 50,000 through its

t'1 said that the minister of educa- laid out the fortifications at could render 'greater service in recruiting campaign thus suffering f1:1JVSr :
some other way. I would be greatly a net loss of k..t gGt.N.
tion of the Communist-domi 25,000 since July
West Point. There is another influenced by that feeling." JL A ...k..glligl1ti1OASH /
nated Polish government had turned when strength was 80,000 below GosWrarS/raES .
IM [[ATt1aa..
monument to him at West Point. around to find that his friends were authorized leveL
ordered there would be no more .

nd... "salacious chattering Jokes and '
te: significant smiling" Polish
1(( schools and universities. COLD BLOODED FORECAST 14 34-j

tZ ._- I got to reminiscing on the air
. about how I had been told Polish

'':)'X AU the more remarkable is the students acted in the days when Poland Coal Kidneys Mus>

41. fact that the farmer has accomplished was divided between Russia. Shortage Looms for U.S. Work WellFor

this despite a ratio of only i Austria and Germany. Teaching of

- one veterinarian engaged in farm i Polish history was suppressed, and Take a tip from the coal producers avail. Industrial stocks are the low when the nation You To Feel Veil

I work for more than 25,000 farm. the Russian secret police then were : Unless your furnace burns est in years; retail supplies on hand of its ,war effort.was at the height It boon every day 47 w*?
animals. as brutal (if not quite as efficient) oil. it will be a good idea to keepa are only fair.Unprecedented. wale.new- r..t kWMjr&>*.
as the Communist police in Poland sunshine in smile and Even if miners dug and machined vmste Butter from & blood.
little your shortage of railroad
II fit SOW*)*
2 nor pe pU vm away.
! Beet Top Silage Cuts are today.It warmth in your heart this winter. cars. Never in history of an average of only 10 million: tons KvdmT* auat eourtuUr ?*..*. *".
seems a Polish teaches in thosebays Because from the standpoint of the solid fuels industry were so few a week during the remaining weeks pUa flofci.ezeaM adds u 4 ****blvd
utter that te tfe* .
CUD May :
. Requirements for Hay occasionally would slip into his obtaining coal it looks like the whiter cars available to move so much coal of 1947. production would be 45 mil- wittoot iajvry to ktitu, Out wo *.

11 The best feeding practices have lecture some subtle anti-Russian or of 19(148will be the toughestin to so many consumers. lion tons higher than the 532 tnW.ion k*oIe.better,..nferctaadiBx WPM&... e tip* +** .- '-1

I demonstrated that by use of beet patriotic remark. There wouldn't be at least six years. Producers already 3 Domestic buyer indifference to total In 1946, to fnetioB property.tioa 1

top.sflafe in the ration the hay requirements the slightest response from the stu are admitting drearily that pleas that they fill their bins Because of strikes. Idle time Bwsiag.naty.omeOaM arms a too U::= .iwnJIIc.
no may be reduced by one- dents. The teacher would go right there Is little chance that fuel shortages during summer months That apathy shortages and a shorter work it .Yam nay rafcr asoinf**?' -::

I half In' the feeding for production ahead and then, after a perfectly inconvenience and sufferingcan is accounted for by higher retail the mines have lost somewhere week between ehe.pains.. g.tgng beuUcfcc ap.as diadw,tgbta,,stint rirss ,;
Innocent sentence of some tind.he'd be put aside. prices of coal, combined with D.ds Yoaa d
of beet mutton or mlTte. The sueEJi' and M million tons of prol batiuusiag'a try cCs .
1 pause (and probably do a littlesignificant Reasons for this uninviting out- the prolonged heat ductoon usedida. '" 550.
value of the wave which so far
culent silage supplements this year. ovatnr...r.D.as's etia ....sire fd*'
Iii actual feeding properties smiling"). Then the look are three. in particular; lulled the householder into a false Concerning doll of tte fcttacy ant kip t'O 1
EJi' students would fairly raise the roof Unparalleled demand in a sense of prices the most likely Cab .-... :
and that:of forage and other feeds. 1 peacetime security.At Prospect Is for them to TS aotk ;. -1
.. Many ,feeders think that the silage with applause and cheers-delayed period which even record the same time paradoxical Dealers say that the customer go up again. -s. .'. w:. UPOANSPIUS..WiS OOO '

bas .. value almost equal to good action. production (600 million tons) will though it may"seem., coal produc- racy to take higher appears .uaao drag.toew eo
'too tor ton. 1 mentioned that en the air. not fully satiate. Attempts are being tion this year win reach a level cur- for his coal : charges

,_bay.: a*- I said, and commented that made, to stockpile but. to' little. passed only by the output in 1944 ; but be V doesn't something like It.unavoidable -


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WNU features.

DES MOINES, lOW A.-If all the eggs laid in Iowa in one I

year were fried "sunny side up" and stitched together into a Released by Western Newspaper Union. : n11Pastry

the giant size patchwork of the Chicago quilt, they loop.would blanket an area eight times Opposition to Marshall Plan .,]

Known as "America's egg basket" because it ranks firstjn TT is probable that Russia today o -":>
x '
production of eggs Iowa earned $119,105,000 from this product has greater natural resources .
in 194$. latest var> fsvf rhl"ti flrrnrrfft than any other nation on earth. She .-
"- i
are available, according to a -'rt' has vast quantities of coal iron oil

compiled by the Iowa Development and many of the other things that

commission. In that year the state can make for aimed might and the

produced 4.327.000,000 eggs and production of. commodities that

''grossed an income from eggs meet the needs of men. She has

amounting to three times the gross the land to yield food crops in vast '-. "

income from all citrus fruit (lemons quantities. The one thing she is

oranges and grapefruit pro now short 'of Is the' human know '::;

duced that year in Texas. bow. -...
Iowa produces 7 per cent of the With the United States and Russia

nation's entire consumption of eggs working together; with other nations :

rated as one of the seven basic that were devastated by war -i

foods necessary to assure good supplying such things and such
health. amounts of which each is capable ':

The state appears destined to the remaking of a suffering world j.1

lead ,all other states in production would I be a comparatively simple .

of this protein food for Job. -.

many years to come, the development It is greed hate and selfishness "

commission maintains, that prevent such an accomplishment. "

pointing to Iowa's proper climate Russia attempts -

and enormous feed production -, to make of the present chaotic 'J

possibilities as well at conditions a foundation on which "
to the fact that producers are to expand her ideologies; to cre'- I

interested in exporting superior ate a world dominated by Russiancontrolled
Makes 1674 j
a Delightful Dessert I
poultry and egg prod acts. Communism. By
(See recipes below.) '
Egg production in Iowa has encouraged fool means she has succeeded 1220CO 1

considerable industrial insofar as surrounding nations Pastry Tricks NICE to your figure-this :j
development. Produce plants were -----------.-- are concerned. She dominates LYNN CHAlIBERSME.. U youthful beautifully fitting

organized in the state more than CHEEP! CHEEP! The feeble the governments of the Balkan Now that cooler weather has princess frock goes together with, '
,60 years ago. With development of states. Regardless of the wishes Green Peppers Stuffed the of No belt to
sound which these baby chicks come we can all indulge in a few greatest ease. 'j
cold storage houses came introduction of the people of those nations, With MeatButtered
emit is not representative of the of the richer des worry with no sleeves to set in- ':
of refrigerator cars which deliver their governments support Russian Rice
just shoulder to hem trimne .
serts that we'veb -
egg output of Iowa which ranks
eggs in good condition to cold policies. e'e n avoiding Asparagus Vinaigrette And few pattern pieces! :
'storage houses in various consuming as the "egg basket of America. Western Europe and the United sweltering Grape and Melon Salad Muffins .
during hot

centers. Iowa ships more eggs This picture submitted by S. W. States still can dominate the world Cottage Cheese Apple Pie Pattern No. 167U for sizes 12. H. IS. 11 .
weather. and 20. Size 14. 34 yards of 39-inch. ,
annually to Boston. Chicago. Philadelphia Lock of Mason City Iowa won if we can work with a united west --.:-; Since it's cooler Recipe given. Don't miss the Fall aad Winter issue el -

and New York the four honorable mention in the Greater ern Europe. Will hate greed and ; won't mind FASHION our complete pattern magazine.

great egg markets of the country, Iowa photographic contest sponsored selfishness prevent that result? you using th p oven if Combine all ingredients. Pat Special printed features inside the fashion book.news.25 cents.frepattern

than any other state. by Iowa Development commission SELFISH FRANCE baking the pie firmly into pan. chill for several Send your order to: _"
of Iowa's .-,'
to Many eggs are reduced at the state fair. The outstanding evidence of greed, is required and hours. Fill with above filling and SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
liquid form egg breaking plants hate and selfishness is found in you won't mind taking the extra chilL 539 Sooth Wells St. Cnieaco 7. Ill- ,
having been established in 48 locali time for their preparation. Enclose 23 cents In coins for each
ties. Fourteen dried egg plants also France. She. of the nations of Lemon Chiffon Pie pattern desired.

. are located in various sections of PastorPreaches western Europe is least willing to There was a time when we (Nine Inch) Pattern NoAddress. <0:17_

the state. Sermon Without do her part for the general good thought of pie as something with a 1 envelope plain unSavored '
and demands the greater share of crust made of shortening flour and Nam.
Trailing Iowa as top poultry gelatine
states of the nation on the basis of Saying a Word the contributions of others. Russia water, but now there are many new *4 cup cold water ,

1915 figures, are: Minnesota with plays on that attitude of France. crumb crusts from which to choose 4 eggs

3.757.000.000 eggs produced. $107.- MACON. GA.-One minister who Russia knows the "gimzae": proclivities -and sometimes these are even 1 cup white corn syrup '

557.000 gross income; Texas: 3.309.- admits that he preaches his ser of the French people. France better with certain types of fillings.If 54 cup lemon juice U. Mints Making Coins at

000,000 eggs produced. $94,084.000 mons without saying a word is the easily can turn to Communism if you want a real taste delight Ji teaspoon salt Cost for Foreign Nations .

gross income; Missouri. 2.890.000.- Rev. James M. Johnston 25-year- her demands are not met. experiment with new crusts novel 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind < .)

, 000 eggs produced. $78.474.000 gross old assistant pastor of the Four Secretary* Marshall's greatest fillings, and gather yourself a new Soften gelatine in cold water. Since 1874, the mints of the 7
task 1s finding to control and
way delicious collection of pastries
i income; Ohio. 2.781,000.000 Beat add
eggs egg yolks corn syrup.
square Gospel church here. United States have been'making
the greed the bate the selfish from which to choose desserts. We
produced $88,308,000 income
gross ; lemon and
I juice
Illinois. 2,757.000.000 eggs p "oduced. He has inaugurated special services ness that actuate France; to all grow tired of eating the same salt. Cook in coins at cost for foreign governments

I $76.910.000 gross income and Penn for the deaf and dumb members cause France to pull her full things day in, day out. and there's double boiler until whose combined orders
of the share of the load of rebuilding much at times have exceeded the volume
; in
sylvania. 2.491.000.000 eggs pro congregation delivering so new the way of foods, of custard
I duced. $93.528,000 gross income.OldTimers regular Sunday sermons entirelythrough to give as well as to take in the it's just not a smart homemaker consistency, stirring of domestic requirements.
general effort. Those three elements who doesn't find different touches For example during January,
the standard hand signal constantly.Add .
-hate, greed selfishness to add to her menus. 1947, our mints produced 190,414-
'Tour'EastIn alphabet. softened 400 coins, 60 per cent of which
-are responsible for the French I
The Since (all is .on the way you'll be gelatine and stir
plan started one Sunday attitude toward the American were for other countries.
Wheezing 1902 Car when Johnson using pumpkin quite often. Here until dissolved.
noticed severaldeaf policy for Germany that would
are two excellent variations of the Add grated lemon -
PETERSBURG VA. "InIhelr and dumb people.in the congregation give the Germans a chance '
old fashioned
pumpkin pie both of rind. Cool and when mixture
merry Oldsmobile.** Wllllam listening to the pastor preach. again to become self supporting. which to
are guaranteed make a hit begins to thicken fold in stiffly
A. Worth, 70. of Petersburg But they weren't hearing a word. Without a strict observance of all with the family. beaten egg whites. Turn into baked RD1i]
and his sister Eunice the conditions laid down by Secretary
69, Johnson stood beside the pastor pie shell or crumb crust and chilL
Orange Pumpkin Pie
of New York are making a the Marshall it would be best for
translating into
I 4,000-mOe vacation tour of the sermon hand us. and for the future of civilization (Nine Inch) Honey Crumb Pie Shell

East. signals. that the United States keep 1 teaspoon ginger 3 cups oven-popped rice cereal

Their Oldsmobile, boweyer Is Johnson admits the method has out; that we keep our powder dry; 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons honey mild Pure and Resinol refreshing Soap,,

an ancient 1902 modeL It has its drawbacks. When his congregation and our resources intact. K cup boiling water Vi cup melted butter or 6 O 0 d specially suitable

only one cylinder a lever for "sings" hymns you can't bear ft cup brown sugar margarine forgentlycleansingSoothing

steering and Is devoid of top. them. You have to be content with Will Recover H teaspoon salt Crush rice cereal into fine ,oily for the tender skin

sides or windshield. Operation seeing what they mean be explains.In England 2 egfsIJi crumbs. Add honey and butter; mix Resinol Ointment

costs-Worth figures' total a some respects. Johnson feels, The American people are greatly cups pumpkin wen. Press evenly and firmly medicated to relieve BabyNO
cent a mile. his mute congregation has it allover interested in the survival of Eng 1 cup evaporated milk (scalded) around sides and bottom of pie pan. itchy burning of minor

Worth set out from his home their brethren who can hear land. We fully realize her value as 3 tablespoons orange Juice Bake in slow oven (325 degrees) skin irritations. ,;
a strong and prosperous nation to about 10 minutes. Cool before add- ..
here picking op his sister In and talk. Using hand signals Johnson Make a smooth -paste of the -
New York. At last reports they says, he has three different us and to all free people. We evidenced spices and water. Add with the ing filling. LONGER WAKES UP ;:

were whlzslng through Green ways to say "Praise the Lord" and our desire for her survival sugar, salt and Cottage Cheese Apple Pie '

field. Mass., at a stately. .15 miles three more ways to say "Halle by advancing nearly four .billion beaten eggs to (Nine Inch) 3 TIMES A NOT
dollars to aid in her recovery from ,
an boor.SCIENCE. lujah. the pumpkin. 1J4 cups apples sliced thiaii -
the terrific effect of the war on her -as she did for 6 aortas bef art switchkgThi t
production, her economy and her Stir to blendthoroughly Ji cup teaspoon sugar cinnamon to foJeJ( ""ki HderPills t

STRING IN leadership. That four billion dollars then mined doctor**report U typical of quicker.
SHOWS SHOT add hot milk. Vt teaspoon nutmeg. lonc-iMtinc benefit* mm (witching to Foby
has been spent in fruitless experiments (UM MW ludD y-bl dd r) Pill*. Broken
Add orange juice Pastry ...=
and in the iron aigbt vsgee BOW knows to come
A. supporting and pour immediately fi cup sugar "'- W < r irnI tlClU....ut the T.
Btmten kaow Oat th y...-.M Juot oar prajtctik,but British political party now in power. salt ter protect yoar rent.twitch from kidaeytunuUntoniy -
a din. "vall'column of aanj toy cbot pdkt wbe they into an V teaspoon piii*. Ua* Feler Pill* inttW;
Cn ihotcua,WUh the lid of Ktence.they eu_M what Xihot While we are willing to aid unbaked pie 2 eggs slightly>>eateDcup = h r* pautivw *ed tire-lik* action Aa*
eohmui_whM b eanaontr kMwa...,d>ot rinf IoobIoU / England we are not willing to I $ and milk *Uoddtr irritation*. Nothing eU like tivrat ...
i &
sbelL Bake in a cream cup --yet. Unles find toem f Mb
DKht A hfeh...l__--.Bakinc USO pictun* finance the experiments in national *you IU'more **
a Mcoxi.photefnph*die pcOcO n they Jtnkt a.-.d kadid hot oven (423 degrees), 15 minutes, scalded together factory.DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK:
M 40 ytrdi Iraa 1Iw....aMtnl*. socialism being made by the British then reduce to a slow oven (300 degrees 1 teaspoon vanilla
Labor party. We are not at all concerned
* set. Combine apples, sugar and spices.
LEd ptDd perbnta*IN fad.to A&AtWywkUSvfth* England. We are concerned about .
pbotocnphxi.plapoall. 4- Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Pour into pastry lined pie tin. Bake -- --
IT* pcBrt k> lad f Ur the frittering away of the American
Jicbt... ._ ..: -_ i *SujmOC. IK ounce .. With Gingersnap Crust In a hot oven (425 degrees F.) 15
dollars that we gave to aid in England's ?
No.4 rixx.had to tb S -
Meanwhile add and 7I/ItgSu/felt
".-,= o.f..==< --_; ':. tnchdrd*. -. recovery, but which were (Nine Inch) minutes. sugar
.. '''''-.''- .. salt to combine with hot mTk
yolks'slightly eggs
,.. -..-- -_ .. .. used to finance an ill-timed experiment 3 egg beaten Ml BIMI lUll III Milt If
and cream. Add vanilla and cot
'l- in national socialism. Without 1 cop sugar RHEUMATISMNCURITISLUMBAGO
tage cheese. Pour over apple mix
Zi. additional financial support from 1JJ cnps pumpkin
ture. Continue baking in a moderate
the United States the British Labor J cup milk
oven (325 to 350 degrees F.) 40
party government will fall. That JS teaspoon cinnamon M9NEILS
X B2ubd m.Werten-WInchciltr..irwlDprf. die does not mean that England will Ji teaspoon salt minutes or until mixture sets and
Btw nctharf W iMDHtractinf a that Kraft,tfA..I.r.t cacbct Is a delicate brown.
the todtvidaal tna boa die MOoa pirtort(right).adftO fall. The passing of the Labor government 54 teaspoon gingerJS
pnject.Ia. *kM...proper pmwcwattwctioa could be of greater value teaspoon nutmeg Date Cream Pie
n...... (Mow) (Iwv*._. than additional American dollars. 1 tablespoon gelatin (Nine Inch) REMEDY
gf tStethw dwtt dtol jtrtofr Approi*
ftIioa ihot Delicti ta H : .
.Mdy M rtr art*f the pdlto: an jDcfa M aitbc fiat o J4 cop cold water H cup sugar
f int el tht fains Congress proposes that TVA 3 egg whites Ji cup cornstarcB Url.a.tuei3____6WS... SOl

pay back'to the federal government Whipped cream 1 teaspoon salt Minn: m mi M intent
.. .. ..- thepeople's 2 cups thick sour cream a ut tiu nit sims m ii iw M mt.it trpfef Ita
the millions of
.. >,i. '-.. .... :.. ..:-- -_ many Combine egg yolks. % cup sugar, 2 eggs slightly beaten ., mi tt, i... muiimtt t.nitut]
J. .. .. .. money Invested in that pumpkin. mOk and spices. Cook in
_. : .. ...._-.... "'..4"r'_.. .. 2 cups dates, quartered
._ ,.-...
] : vast If TVA paid
.. .. .. enterprise.
..... "' ... ..... .... .. double boiler unta thick. Soak gelatin
:: .. .. .. .. -: -..i" -........ ....-... .... : i only a reasonable rate of inter in water 5 minutes, add to pumpkin iJ cup pecan meats, chopped
; !.... .. .. ... .. .. i I f est on that investment, and also mixture. Mix and cooL When 1 teaspoon lemon Juice KILL :
9-inch baked pie shell -
the same sum in taxes as w nld
thick add remaining sugar and fold
,. .... t
III Ieet peUft t : Whipped cream WH LL >
be assessed if owned.
in stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour In
.. J3 IZ U JO' 8 ; f7 e $ .. 3 ;2 : I r- the price of electricity it supplies pie shell and serve with whipped, Combine sugar cornstarch and SURE, EASY, CLEAN WAY

: : .:.- ..Ddud.W c : t would go skyward. Without such cream. salt Add cream. Cook in double Nacty roachc .
: : eo,... peIeta (U teet) : .: expense Items any comparison Crust boiler stirring constantly until food and fodder. Kfll -.
.. Saartal kafdi to fedudeM .. : of selling prices with those" of th1ck ned. Add eggs, then dates 'em with Stearm'Electric
:. %of peiM (S..I fMt) --+ : privately owned plants are entirely IJi cups gingersnap or graham and pecan meats stir weU. cool Paste. Works lib
cracker crumbs :ma:c. 8ur death to
into shelL
Add lemon Juice, pie
unfair to the buyers of pour
: ..
SMrwt II adeW butter scant nta and roaches for <:
H cup ( )
$ '" p Id8 (U Ieet) electricity. The people are paying CooL Top with whipped cream. over 69 years.I '-
Ji cup conledloaenSUPI' Released by Western MewcpaperT7nfam.
TVA interest and taxes. J1.CO ot DIUGGISTS_ JJ
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1 heard a speaker quote former LYNN SAYS: Try some sliced, sauteed mushrooms

Sidewalk Cattlemen Get Boot Privileges Vice Pres. Tom Marshall's famous Simple Foods Are Easy with your pot roast If yon HOT

.. quip: "What we need is a good five Te Dress Cp want something akin to steak.

SWEETWATER. TEX. Unique boots, and the owner;: of six head cent cigar." To that the speaker To steam means cooking in Tuna fish, salmon, meat and egg 'WHEI I ;

boot privileges are enjoyed by may wear spun. added: "What we need most is steam or hi boiling water. salads go further and look prettier ? fWDmea

members of the newly-organized Any infraction of the rules requires good five cent nickel. A flve-cent- To parboil means to cook food if combined with hard-cooked eggs tD 70ar "40'DoeIt thW

West Texas Sidewalk Cattlemen's. that the violator buy drinks value nickel would solve many of partially in one way. Potatoes maybe chopped macaroni leftover peas 1u funetioDaJ "mJd period pecw_
to WOlDeu
association. for everybody within yelling dis our problems. boiled and then to finish cooking celery and green pepPer &aha- oervoo caUM bichstrunr.you to ufferj weak.

Rules of the association allow the ,tance. I. by baking 'for example. Serve leftover sliced cold tongue PJ.nkham'toed fee .np? Tbeu try LJcSa &.-

owner of at least two head of cattle The club it is explained by its We need houses millions of Seasoned and cooked macaroni with fhflj sauce on lettuce for a reue.. aueh VegettbtoSSlPtOI- Ooal. n..ow.Ie.

to wear boots; the owner cf three organizer Ode Hunt is designed to houses but they most be sold may be mixed with slivers of leftover warm eight or Sunday snack. Some for T&ke thM _,

head .cf cattle may stuff the.right acquaint members all over the at a price the people who need frankfurters and mired together will eat this as a salad while others )UDd b u}Piaknam's cI up Com-

leg"of his pants in the top of his United States and in some foreign them most can py 'Few can with a cream sauce and prefer to make a sandwich out of a .1nat eue.b d1nrM&. baye
boot a'nd afford the $10,000 to $%1.000 nowbeing ftpOrW4 ..Alao. YfR7 e......
; the owner of four: head countries with the west- Texas style. served as a luncheon dish. l it on rye bread. om.addo.1onSO. Worth &z'J'LDc1 -
may stuff both' pants legs in his of humor. asked.
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--- .- and fight the maniacs numerous industrial _IiIIIIIIIUIIII AMrnis.-
enough to recognize ap-
ltttt4nbte efus threatened encroachments on those plications that have, already been

r. rights. I made. To cite a few: CLASSIFIED ADS = : From where I sitbY Joe Marsh* '

I Published every Friday by the The American press Is the medium An improved variety of toma-
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee.Okeeehobee _1IItIIIIIIIIII11II1IIII1III1IUI/I "
( ,'. County Florida. dedicated to that proposition. toes, the Marglobe. besides bene-
1 r ; National Newspaper Week givesus fiting growers has provided more FOR BEAR wheel alignment and How to Tell .

aBBYANT. BOWDEJT ..,.....Editor this opportunity to rededicate business for processors of tomato balance C. Elton Weaver Se-

; .; ourselves once again to that pur- juice and other canned and bottled bring Florida. You're Getting Old

SUBSCRIPTION RATES pose. Freedom of the press is not tomato product. 2 ,

f One Year in advance ........ ..$3.00 an intangible prerogative grantedto Plans for Improved farm struc- FOR SALE- 1941 Travelo House
Six Months in advance ......,. 1-50 the owner of a printing press. tures have enabled lumber dealersto Trailer, 20 feet long. In good Doc Walters gave me this forof time; or who criticize temperate

Three Months in advance eo.... 1.00 It Is a guarantee to the American develop more business at a condition. 'raula: It's a sure-fire sign you're people for enjoying mellow glass

Freedom of the press be-I i when resent other of beer with friends.
people. profit to themselves as well as beneficial C. R. BELK 'getting old yon

Entered as second class matter July longs to you. It Is merely exercised to farmers for example Box 63, Okeechobee Fla. ,people having a good time. They're often ,well-intentioned

1. 181<<. at the Post Office In Okee- in your behalf by the exist when one dealer posted plans fora the Doc means it hasn't folkstoo.ButfromwhereIaitthemuch
< March And
Act of
8 ehobee. 1879.. Florida under ing publishers. It includes your I I well-designed dairy barn ,-on his FOR SALE-House with two acres to do with age. There are old minute we criticize ow:.-neighbor

freedom to read and hear whatever office wall he sold material for 15 of land. Will sell furnished or 'folks in our town who get a big for enjoying wholesome pleasure

you wish, the same as It li your barn unfurnished. ,kick out of ming other people enjoy -Ilk* a came of horseshoes, a
-- 1 DEDICATED TO FREEDOMNot privilege to buy the literature you Research on hOl-cholua! mum Mrs. Christine Prescott, th.m..lv.-.ml to kp glass of bar, or an afUrnocn'

: to long Ito, in terms:: of wish, to agree or dlugrte, to and other VAtirinarr hlologicaprducu Phone 15S-1, OkeechobM them young la spirit, with a 1i.h1nr-It' a sure sign we're

hliiorr, a beatddtl aualic gliud praise or criticize the points of has ltd to the commmia twinkle in thtlr) eyes) growing old (Un spirit anyway) no
therein. FOR SALE-Nearly new Evlnrudi matter what our" i*.
view expressed ag
with .l1Ter-tonru.4 oratory drove manufacture of about 119,000,00 And there art some others who
his bloodthirsty fore** across Europe Your newspaper; I* acutely worth of such products annually motor and cypress boat J150.00. resent the young folk going fish

and succeeded la planting aware of its responsibility to In- Research on animal parasite Call Okeechobee New ing who feel that community au7/

the world Into history most devastating form Us readers on the importantnews has disclosed chemicals, effective games and dances are just a waste .
FOR SALE Mack Tractor C. O. E. OVV
war. Individual liberties of the day. Because all news for their control, now distributedby

freedom of all "kinds vanished Items by themselves are not readily many manufacturers, jobbers Can be seen at Standard 011 Copyright, 1947, United States Brewers Foundation
1 Station at Stuart Fla. Tele-
wherever his foot trod. The world understandable or may have dealers and other businessmen.
will wonder how could such thing! wider significance your newspaper phone 9157.NOTICE.
Research on animal fibers has
happen In a modern civilization also Is aware of its responsibility found profitable applications in 0:

L .. The answer Is simple. It hap- to analyze and comment on the manufacture of textiles clothing OF INTENTION >

.... penedbecause this man under- such news. bedding, brushes and other TO SELL LAND

stood one thing: control the press Freedom and responsibility go goods. Notice 1* herphr given that. Pur- HONEY
e and communications facilities and together. Your Tight and duty to suant to Section 15 (i), Chapter 20b58.
j Studies by dairy specialists have taws of Florida. Act of 1941. andSection
you can control thought., That accomplished vote Is interlocked with your free- knowledge 67. Chapter 11717. Laws of
I all democratic dom to speak. Your right to Indi- provided technical use Florida. Ads of 1931, as amended bySection 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any
processes ful to the market-milk, condensed 11. Chapter 1 J6 $. Laws of
can be eliminated at will. vidual happiness depends on your Florida Arts of 1941. and also pur quantity you may desire.
milk butter, cheese and ice-cream suant to Section 42. Chanter 20,2:.
There were some great newspapers freedom to go anywhere wheneveryou industries. For instance the discovery Laws of Florida. Acts of 1341. as
in Germany when Hitler was please. And in the final analysis amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079
of a process for making Laws of Florida. Acts of 1943. andSection A. J. Bee 'Man
running an underground movement all individual freedoms rest on textile fiber from the casein of 44, Chapter 20722.! Laws of ( ) Boettger -
rights to read Florida. Acts of 1941. a* amended by
in Leerhalls developing the first one-your
I skimmilk has led to the domestic !Section 21. Chapter 220791! Laws of FLA.
his strong-arm methods. and be informed.If Florida. Acts of 1943. the following PHONE 78-3 OKEECHOBEE,
I production of about 10,000,000 ,
described lands in Okeechobee County
Hitler talked a good game; he your newspaper is restrainedin
punds of such fiber annually. Florida to-wit: =======M =dd = YH
: promised much for the future; hepersuaded any manner in its function of He* at MO of Sees 34' & $.i. run :X
Technical knowledge obtained GOo 45', E 358>> cbs N 77o E 405 rhs.
I of those telling what is going on. you
some newspapers you .
research. to POH; from rOB X 77o E 4 fi7 ens.tbenre
; to support him. Their editors have begun to lose your individual through home-economics OOo o2. E 8.5 'bl', S 74o IVV Motorists are becoming safety- Walter L. Hays, president of the
has found application in a wide \ 471 cbR. N Iwo o2\ W 90S cbs to
I, agreed that his program was good freedoms. And the rights and Beg except Conner Hjr. All heUig\ in conscious as far as tires and tubes American Fire and Casualty Corn-
i 1 for Germany, that a few liberties privileges that you enjoy as an range of industries especially Sec 35 TWr 37 less S Rge 35 E Cont. 35acres are concerned, according to B. F. pany of Orlando was recently appointed -
more or
those dealing with foods clothingand
and freedoms would have to be American citizen will slowly but will lit" offered for sale at uublic outerr Goodrich Rubber Company who a Colonel by Governor SI.

sacrificed for the good of the surely begin to crumble away.It household appliances. for to the the highest right and of beet the nAh Board bid.subject of. announced that the sale of self- meon Willis of Kentucky for per-

country. is because of that your news- Commissioners of Everglades Drainage sealing pucture-proof tubes has formance of a distinct service to
Golden Key Specials District[ and-or Board of County Corn-
When Hitler rode into power paper is a jealous guardian of all missioners of Okeerhobee County more than doubled since the war. the people of his state.U. .
with the help of an uninformed freedoms. Perhaps we are sometimes Offered By Burney-Kelz Florida to reject any and all bids. at
the Courthouse beginning at 10:00 S. industry: -drinks 21 billion
electorate and an unsuspecting too petty in our editorial I Furniture Store o'clotk A. )(. on the :27th day of October The annual convention of the
1!>>1. Easement for drainageand gallons of water daily says
government there were still pow- comment. Some of our criticismsand i reclamation and road purposes Florida Ice Association will be Richard H. DeMott, vice president -
erful newspapers who could have warnings may not be warranted I Two new Golden Key specialswill will be reserredBOUtI .
) OF COMMISSIONERS OF held at Jacksonville. October 9-10, of SKF Industries, Inc., in a report .
exposed him and his gang of cut- in the long run. But if be available to Okeechobee EVERGLADES IHt.UXAGEHISTUICT
the George on sales of anti-friction bearings
throats. But it was too late. Those mistakes are made they are honest homemakers for a short time, according with headquarters

s last few who dared to speak out ones honestly made in the effortto to Mr. J. E. Cone, man and BOARD OF ('()fTXTY COMMISSIONERS Washington Hotel.. Frank Rush- for pumping equipment.

against him were quickly silenced. ward off the continuing on- ager of Burney-Kelz Furniture FLORIDA OF OKEECHOBEE. COUNTY, ton, president of the National As- Joseph Y. Cheney member of

Their voices were added to the slaught against our American heritage Store. By sciatica of Ice Industries will be the Florida Parole Commission,
other newspapers and radio sta. our precious individual free- "We're lucky to be able to make MABEL RULERSON SHEFFIELD
Clerk:: of the Circuit Court of Okeeobee the principal speaker it was an- was elected chairman of the an-
1 lions which became merely the doms. these offers right at this season County, Florida as agent for -
said Boards nounced by Coleman Rogers, sec- nual meeting held at Long Beach
I amplifiers for his "wisdom." Your newspaper is dedicated to says Mr. Cone. "One is ,a 96-oz. By CONNIE W RAI'LEUSOX.
of the Florida Association. California.Warning.
.. The American, press will not for- freedom-the American type. pitcher, the big handy size that Deputy Citric.

get what happened in Europe. Actually ROBERT V. BROWN, doesn't have to be refilled very

it did not need this example In Editor and Publisher. often. The other is a set of four ,. .

t to be forewarned. A similar thing 13oz. glasses the size most famI-

almost happened, and could have FARM SCIENCE WIDELYThe lies like best for iced tea and cold

'happened in this country If It had findings of agricultural re- drinks. Both come in colorful FI-

not been for, the vigilance and fear search are potentially valuable to esta pattern glassware, with red,

lessness of some newspaper edit- scores of commercial industries as orange, green and maroon stripes."

1 ors. We're speaking of Hney Long well as farming a recent U. S. De- Though the glasses and pitche

.f the potential dictator. He had Louisiana partment of Agriculture report are new offers most women in the :

s.j by the throat and ,was taking shows, but the benefits derived community have already receive

steps to silence oppositionfrom depend largely on individual several gifts in return for their

: the newspapers by taxing resourcefulness in applying them. Golden Key coupons. Year In and

them out of existence when those One person may .see in the discov- year out homemakers save the '

l i papers won a costly and lengthy ery of a new' insecticide, for In- coupons from Golden Key Milk and

\' Supreme Court battle. No one stance, an opportunity to establish exchange them for a variety of at The new Auto Responsibility Law went into effect October 1st.

I ,knows what might have happened a pest-exterminating businessin tractive useful articles-for themselves
1 I, how far Huey Long might have his home town. Another may for their homes, and fo r Every driver of a vehicle is affected by this law. You will be subject

.. i gone It those newspapers had not see In the same research a better their families. to
severe penalties for accident fault. These
been alert. Individual liberties area way to control insect pests in his The two specials however, wil:; any your

; cherished thing here which set store factory or hotel. be offered as long as the sup pi y penalties are ,suspension of Driver's License and Auto Tag, besides
l this country apart as the'mecca Besides suggesting how busi-

i 11.1 i for oppressed peoples everywhere. nessmen and others may keep informed lasts.Mrs.. Paul Wongrey of St. Peter any other fines_ sentences or lawsuits.l

And yet, these liberties and freedoms on the results of scientific burg was a visitor here Monda
ii are taken for granted and night enroute to :r.u
by the studies of the Department of Agriculture afternoon
r l vast majority of the people who and cooperating State ex-' ami where she Is spending th e The best way to avoid these penalties is to obtain. a Liability'Insurance -

i j are'neither Interested nor vocal periment stations:: the report sum week with Mrs. Mary Bass. Policy from your agent. .

I i The best way to avoid any accidents is to have your vehicle l put
in safe driving condition. Be sure that the following safety 'factors -

of your vehicle are in safe condition : Brakes, Lights, Horn,

tj Holiday Notice Wiring, Steering, ,Wheel Alignment, Windshield Wipers,>

Windshield and Door Glasses, Tires and Tubes. -


:1 sea: I Sunday, October 12th, 1947, Columbus Day and Farmers Day As a Public Service we will perform a Brake

ii J being. _a
Inspection and Adjustment FREE on any

I Legal Holiday vehicle during the week October II to 18

i ..1 In, !the State of Florida, this Bank will be closed all day Monday, !

s ; October 13th, 1947. DRIVE SAFELYOkeechobee ,

} i All orders for currency, payrolls, or transfers of money should

/s be made on or before Saturday, October llth, 1947. I

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Friday, Qct 10, 1947 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS .: ,' .

Though all the winds of doc- NOTICE NOTICE' 1 I I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE < ,' :
Ceramic tile manufacturers responding He that speaks
OKEECHOBEE the truth
COUNTT. FLORIDA executes -
were loose to play upon :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : .
to September 19, 194T.! i Take notice that winder. and by virtue to record demand for no private function of-' an :
the accordance with section 6 of Chapter
earth so Truth be In the field of
an execution issued out of theCircuit
23726, Law of Florida. Acts of HEREBY GIVEN that their products, produced 47,738,000 I
we do Ingloriously, by licensing 11M7, the Board of Public Instruction r&Ur. to Section 9 of Chapter Court of the Twenty First Judicial individual will, but the worldot-
of Okeechobee County Florida. by Resolutloa of Florid. Act of 1931 Circuit of Florida, in and for square feet of tile in the first ser-
and prohibiting, to misdoubt her known as the MURPHY ACT. and la Okeechobee County under date of ters a sound by his lips. ,
adopted 4. 1M7. hall.
August en-jnonths of this for 41
March 31st 1932. in year a percent
strength. for the purpose of Dominating and pursuance of Chapter 20833. Laws of the sum of Ten
electing County Board Members dlTldt"d Florida Arts of 1941. known aa the Thousand and Twenty and 80-100 Increase over the corresponding -
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT ($IO.I1:()>0) Dollar said execution being .
-Sir John the County of Okeechobee Into
Suckling. Ire County Board Member resident diarfetB. ACT. the following described based on a Judgment In behalf period of 1946. In an effort to bring
land situated in Everglade Drainage of C3I. HtghBwlth TB. Okl.'t'C'hobf'eComp.ny.
I the boundaries of which aredescribed District ln Okeechobee County Florida I have levied upon and Consumer packaging of produceat tional Guard of the United
Once to every man and nation I a* follows: will be offered for sale at public will sell to the highest bidder for the field Is be
to to
expected step
'cornea! the moment to decide i DISTRICT NO. 1 Beginning at SJCTT? the highest and best cash cash on the 3rd day of November A. up pre-war =
the subject to the of I). 1947. within the ped this according ida National Guard is
Intersection of the East Boundary right the Trn.the *- legal hours of sale, up coming season, -
In the strife of Truth with False of State Highway No. 15 and tees of Internal Improvement at the front door of the Court House to
A &
Fund : Food Store officials units of the
aDd military
the North boundary of State Highway or the Board .of Comml- of Okeechobee County Florida the
hood, for the good or evil side. j No. 70 and runs South. alongEast Met abuses to of Everglades Drainage DIe- following described real estate located who hare pioneered In this pro states and territories in a
boundary of State Highway reject any and all W Y -James Russell Lowell N*. 15 to the 17 foot water level Cnurtb01lae. beginning at 10;M Florida to-wit: ject. wide recruiting campaign.
of take Okeecbobee! ; thence meandering o'doek !A.,**? tn the 20th day of October Beginning at the Southeast Corner
Combined observance of Armistice the 17 foot water level line of ten. A* to all parcels of land of BIOC"k' 161. Town of Okeechobee
in a Southwesterly direction to the of acres or more title to one-halt according to plat of said town recorded -
-VE-VJ Days on November 11 Klssimmee River; thence In a other petroleum mill and three-fourtha of In Plat Book 2 at page 17, Am Uhfr
at Dade County's new $11,000,000 Northwesterly direction along the Trustees of en tile! will be reserved by public records of St. Lueie County. =:- -
East bank of the Kissimmee Hirer Fand. Internal Improvementop Florida. and run thence South 70 feet -
Crandon Park is being planned by to the North boundary of State wa,. 200 Euem..ta feet road right of more or less to the South boundary -
Highway No. 10; thence Cast, along said will be reserved by line of North Park Street for a pointof "-....
veteran organization It will climax from ..: }

the North boundary of Star Highway which here U eluting l tnwwga beginning Thence run South TSO
: the tlird y Tenant Fii No. TO, to Ue point of begin- and easement *n for state road; feet to the Nona boundary line of t
Din drainage aid South Park Street thence ran Wilt
tins In conjunction with the for will he and for road lIurpoH. 200 feet to the East boundary line of :
DISTRICT NO. t Beginning attn ressrved
by the
Florida EaU Coast Railway right of
mal opening of the >>ark on Key Northeast corner of section 84. ate Commissioners District of Everglades Drala- way thence run North along slid

Biscayne and the $6,000,000 Rick- Township 87 south Range 3 and run South on line dividing Lots DeuNObsa boundary line of North Park Street;
enbacker Causeway, Nov 9-10-li. Martin and Okeechobee Counties Riverside 1. 2.Park.S. 10 U and 12-BJoCk IS- thence run East 200 feet to the pointof

to the IT foot water level of LakeOkeeehobee'thence beginning. Lying and being In Bee-
meandering the TRUSTEES Or THE INTERNAL ion* 16 and 21, Township 87 South.
ROSE BUSHES, 2-year-old field 17 foot water level line In a Northwesterly OJ IMPROVEMENT: FUND Range 85 Ealt.Bf'Jrlnnlnll ,
direction to the East IDA. STATE OF FLOR- at the Southwest: Corner .
grown everblooming plants; boundary of State Highway 15, BOARD OF of Block 161. Town of Okeechobee. according -
over fifty choice varieties; which Is also the East boundary of 011" EVERGLADES COMMISSIONERS t. plat of said town recorded
Parrot Avenue; thence North along DISTRICT DRAIN"AGE tn Plat Book 2. page 17. public recordsof
write for free catalog with roses the East boundary aforesaid. to By Mtbel Banlersesi St. Lucie County. Florida and run
the North boundary of State Highway Sheffield. Art. th..ncoe.8t Stt feet East boundary
in color. Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries, for Trustees to the -
the Inter
No. 20 thence East to the point nal Improvement tine of Florida East Coast Hallway STERLINGJEWELER
P. O. Bx 532, Tyler, Texas. ot beginning. for Board of Commissioners Fond and right ef way thence run North

DISTRICT NO. S Beginning: at of Everglades Drainage Dis along said right of way Une to intersection t
trict. Okeechobee County. with the North boundary lineof

the Northeast corner of Section 1. Florda Section 16 Township 3T South PH.IOIO 107 N. 2ND. S1
NOTICE OF ELECTION Township 33 South. Range 33 East. Range 33 East thence run East 50 feet fl PIERCE ,
and run South along range line to ? NOTICE TO CREDITORS hence run South to the point of be-
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the Southeast.corner of Section 36. 1 TilE COURT OF THE COUNTY ginning. Saving and excepting the
an election will tx held In each and Township 35 South. Range 33 East; JtJlGE. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY right of way of Main Line of Seaboard
every Special Tax School UUtrlct of thence run East along Township FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Allr Line Railway Lying and beingin EXPERT WATCH, RING & JEWELRY

Okeeehobee County, Florida, on the 4th line, to the East boundary of State IN ItE: ESTATE OF AXEL ASPLUSD Section 16. Township 37 South
day of November* A. V. UH7. to-wit; Road No. 15. a* now located; DECEASED.TO Range 35 East.Beginning REPAIRS
thence in a Southerly direction ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS at the Southwest Cornerof ( .
Special Tax School UUtrlct No. One along the East boundary of said } y/SSL CLAIMS OR DEMANDS lUuck 149. Town of Okeechobee according -
election to be held at the County Court State Road No. 15 to the Inersec- AGAINST SAID ESTATE to pLat of ald town recorded i
House in Okeecbobee. Florida. The following tion of said Road with the North You and each of you are hereby no- 10 Plat Book 2 page 17. public recordsof

Clerk and Inspectors are to boundary of State Highway No. 70, titled and required to present any St. Lucie County Florida run
hold Mid election; J. II. McCranle. which la also intersection of Ear- claims and demands .which you of thence South 70 feet to the South .
Clerk: 0.V.. Walker. W. X. Gray rot Avenue and North Park Streetin either of you may have against the boundary line of North Park Street
and R. U. SlnKMary, Inspectors. the City of Okeechobee: thence of Ilennepln south 150 feet' to the North boundary A Home A -
run West. along the North boun- County. State of Minn. to in Hurry
Special Tax School District No. Two dary of State Highway No. 70 to the County Judge of Okeeehohee County line of South I'ark Street thence run
election to be held at the School Hou e the Klaslmmee River: thence orthwt'att"rIT Florida at his office in the court East to the Western shoreline of Ono-
in Ft Drum. Florida. The following along the East Bank of- house of said County at OVeechobee. sohatrhee or Taylor Creek thence
Clerk and Intfpectori are to hold Bald the Klsslmmee River to the intersection .Florida within eight calendar months Northerly along said shoreline to a
election: 11 rll. Estele Lee Clerk; J. of the township line dividing from the time of the first publication point due East of point of beginning,
II. Tripp. F. \\'. Addl lon. S. A. Hair, Okeechobee and Osceola Coun- of this notice. Each claim or demand hence: run West to Point of begin
lniTtur.. "" ties thence East along Townshipline shall be in writing andshall state the ning. Lying and being in Sections 15
; place of and 22. Township 37 South. 35
and post 'office address
Special Tax School District No. to the point of beginning.: of the claimant, and shall be East Gov't Surplus Bldgs-16'x48' Novelty

Three election to be held at the Grocery DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at sworn to by the .claimant his agent or Beginning at a point on the North 1 i
Store Building in Ba Inter. Flor. the Northeast corner of Section 1. his attorney and any such claim or boundary' line of Section 13. Township 1j
ida. The following Clerk and Innpectur Township 36 South, Range 36 East demand not so filed shall be void. 37 South Range 35 East. due Northof 16 _windows, 2 doors, Floors, Sills, Roof,
are to hold aald election: Henry and runs South to the Southeast CLARA. tb.orlhea.t Corner of Block 1 of
Xluau. Clerk; 2>b Durrance. Charles! corner of Section 13, Township 37 As ASPLUND. the Town of Okeechobee according to
Rose Itaulerttoo. the Estate of: plat of saiid recorded to your lot-in 16 ft. sections for
Campbell ,and Mra. MeljU South, Range 36 East; thence West AXEL ASPLUND. Deceased. town in Plat
Inal.dorL along Section line to the intersection !- First publication took 2. page 17, public records of St.
of State Highway No. 15 and September 12. 1947. I.urle Countv. Florida run thence $560. Erected lot outside
With reference to Section 230.". State Highway No. 70. which Is also NOTICE OF REDEMPTION South to the Northeast Corner of said on your City
Florida Statute, 1W1. aa amended by the intersection of Parrot Avenue OKEECHOBEE Hock 1. thence run Southerly along
Section 1%. Chapter 2372H Act of 1M7.On and North Park Street In the City DA.. ROAD AND BRIDGE COUNTY. FLORI he Eastern boundary of Blocks 1. 16. $775-16'xl6' $275 Delivered Erected $
and after January 1. 11H*. all of Okeechobee; thence In a Northerly BONDS TO THE HOLDERS REFUNDNO OF- 17. 32 33 34. :>1. S2 53 S2 83 84 115 116 ,
School Districts and all territory not direction along the East boundary KEECHOBEE and 147 of said Town of OLeechobee,
In School Districts in each COUNTY. FLORIDA. to the North-East Corner of Fractional
included of State Highway No. 15. to ROAD AND BRIDGE -
County of the State, shall toe connoll- REFUNDING Block 14S of said Town Of Okte-
the North Boundary of Section 3, BOM>S. ISSUE OF 1940. .
dated In each County into one School Township 30. South Range 35 East; ('hobtotthen... run East to the Westrn .
III t riot to l>e known a* NI'I<:CIAL TAX thence East, along Township line NOTICE IS HEREBY A AND GIVEN II That ... shoreline of Onosot>atch.>e or Taylor -

SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 and to point of beginning.DISTRICT the State Hoard of Creek;, thence run Southerly along
the boundaries of aald 'Sueclal Tax Administration of the Bald western Bhorf"lioe.f saidCrt't'k
:NO. B Beginning at the the State of Florida successor to the
School DUtriet Number 1 ahall be to Intersection with the South NATIONALSALES
Northwest corner of Section! 6. Board of County Commissioners of
co-extensive with the boundaries of boundary line of Section 13 aforexalJ.
Township 33 South. Range 34 East Okeechobee County, Florida by virtueof
the County and subject to all general hence run East to the Eastern sbore-
and run Eaat to the Northeast Section 16 of Article IX of the tine I
of said
relative to school dUtricta.Three or Taylor
law corner of Section 1. Township 33 Constitution of Florida, has elected to Crf't'k. thence Northerly along said i ,

trustee for Bald 'Special Tax South. Range S3 East; thence run and doe exercise Its option to call Eastern shoreline of said Creek to In-
1" ahall be South on Range line to the North and redeem on DECEMBER: 1. 1947 ertiection with
School District Number the North boundary P. O. BOX 1391 TAMPA
west corner of Section 6. Townshp be following described bonds to-wlt. ,
ejected by the qualified elector of line of Section 15 aforesaid thencerun
said County at the time and ,place pre 34 South Range 36 East; thence $1.000 Okeechobee' County Road and West along 1I..lIdt'tlOD line to
run East along Township Line to Bridge Refunding Bond Series A-
fixed to law the point of
acrlbed beginning. Saving
by or pursuant and
the Northeast corner of Section 1, dated June 1 1U40. due June 1. 1970
but ant .tore than ,one _trnttre khal > excepting the right of war of MainLine
Township 34 South. Range 36 East; Serial No. 501-.
district of Seaboard
rome from any one reiiidence Air Line Railway
board member Iii thence run South along range line $1.OOO Okeecbobee County Road and and
for which a countv Lying being in Sertllon 15,
dividing Okeechobee and St. Lucle Bridge Refunding Bond
provided for by law. The persona Series B Townsjilp 37 South Range 35 Fast -
Counties. to the Southwest cornerof dated June 1, 1940. due June 1 1970. .
qualified to hold such office and who That certain tract of land markedRESERVED,1
Section 26, Township 35 South. Serial No. &1.
receive the greatest number of votes Range 36 East thence West along This notice has been filed with the lying South of Blocks -f ;
east for election of trustees. subjectto ; 100 and l'J7.! as the same is shown on is'fA! G
Township line to the Southwest aylng agent. Manufacturers Trust !
the limitation prescribed above Plat of First Addition to the Townof
corner of Section 31, Township 35 Company. ID' the City of New York .
hall serve for the ensuing two yearsas Okeechobee. according to plat re
trusteea for said school ,district." South. Bange 34 East; thence run New York. corded In PUt Book 2.t page 26. ,vi"tb.
The holders of describedbonds
Said electllon In each of the said North line the above public records of St. Lucle County, T"f
along to the
are hereby notified to presenthe Florida.Lying. *
Special Tax School Districts Number
point of beginning. with all Interest coupons at.
1. 2 and :3 shall be for the purpose of same and being In Section 21
electing three school trustee for the tarhfrf. to the said paving agent where Township 37 South, Range! East
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION If have trouble from the
redemption will be made luring family
Number 1. which will becomeeffective interest on the date named. reversion easements powers and sports pages on Sunday mornings, try serving
on January L 1MN. A furtherpurpose By VAN E. LIOUTSET, to-wlt : DECEMBER: 1, 1947. aft..rwhtt'h privilege and franchises of every tempters for breakfast. They'll make even Dick Tracy and
date said will
of said election Is to determine Chairman. bear interest. bonds cease to I kind in, of to, tinder, over and upon ,latest,scores take a back seat! ,.>.
the amount of mlilatre to be Attest: STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION all the trips, land nd every partthereof .
levied in the newly created Special of all the described and APPETITE AWAKENER JAM SESSIONI
for the CARL T. DURRANCE Secretary. reserved
Tax School District Number 1 bv Okeechobee Company In
ensuing blennlum. (SEAL) NOTICE TO APPEAR the dedication of. put embracing Brightest breakfast idea in a could eat jam-filled baked

parts of Sections 15, 18, 21 and 22 of month of Sundays French for breakfast Sunday,
Said election shall be held end eondueled THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Township 37 South. Range 35 East according Toast Logs made like this: Break all days. To prepare them ;
In the manner prescribed by to a of Town of Okeechobee
pat place
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 2 into shallow dish beat medium-sizapples,
such election and TO; MILDRED STRICKLAND. recorded eggs ;
law fur holding in St. Lncie County
in dish and fill
only the qualified voters a* prescribedby SELL LAND GENERAL DELIVERY. JACKSON Florida. In Plat Book 2, page 17. and lightly with fork; add 1% cups of a baking ,
law shall toe entitled to vote In NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN that according to a plat of First Additionto milk and % tsp. cavity with 1 tbsp. of &

this election.! pursuant to Section 15 (1). Chapter VILLE. FLORIDA. the Town of Okeechobee. recordedIn \ \,1J/ salt. Cut rusts cious ANN PAGE CRAPE .
20C3S. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1ML St. Lucle County, Florida. In PUt from 12 slices oftendertextured Then I cover the bottom of I
Any one desiring to qualify as a and Section 67 Chapter 1471T. Law You are hereby required to file your Book 2. at page 26. dj with water and bake in a
candidate for Turitee must file In the of Florida. Acts of 1031. &. amendedby written appearance In my office In Dated at Okeechobee, Florida this / 375" F. 30 minutes
County Superintendent' Office, not Section 11. Chapter 20C5S. of Okeechobee Florida on or before the 30th day of September. A. D. 1947.N. : ..J oven-fresh MARVELENRICHED- oven, ,
later than October 20th. 1W7. a peti Florida. Act of 1941. and Sixth Day of October. A. D. 1947. to the apples are soft,
: .
tion signed by not lees than five snaut to Section 42. Chapter 20722 the bill of complaint for divorce filed Sheriff of Okeechobee O. STEWART. WHITE BREAD casionally with the liquid
Law of Florida. Act of 1941. a* against Ton by M. C. Strickland., In County
qualified voters. amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079. Circuit Court. Okeechobee County 47-Oct. 3. 10 17. 24, 31. Florida. from the A&P. Dip each slice into pan.

BOARD OF PUBLIC IXSTHCCTIOX, Laws of Florida. Acts of IMS. and Florida In default whereof Decree Pro egg mixture. Brown lightly on both VOICE YOUR
OKEECUOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA Section 44. Chapter 20722. Law of Confesso will be entered intuit you. sides in hot fat in heavy skillet.
VAN E. LIUUTSEr. Chairman Florida. Act of 1941. a* amended by The Okeechobee News Is hereby designated NOTICE Spread with preserves, and roll. One of the nicest things
8ecti n 21. Chapter 2": CARL T. DCttANCE, Superintendentand Florida. Act of 1943. the following order shall be published Once a week 6 servings. to enjoy all the coffee you
Secretary.NOTICE described lands In Okeechobee County for four consecutive! weeks. Notice Is hereby given that on And one of the nicest things !
Florida. to-wit: Witness my hand and official seal FRY THIS FOR SIGHSITo ,
and after this date I will not be A&P COFFEE is that it
Lots 4 to 9 Inc. Block 6. Riverside at Okt'<<'bobH, Florida this the 3rd
Park. day of September A. D. 194T. responsible for any debts or obli- make small fry finish their the exact blend

Lot. 25 to 20 Block 29: City of Okeecbobee. farina and sigh for seconds you want. Thereare3deliciousones *
.* MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD gations my wife Mrs. .Minnie fry ANN PAGE MELLO-

Lot 1 and 2, Block 3, Riverside Park Clerk of Circuit Court. Reichert. WHEAT FARINA from the A&P. to choose from. .
Notice IB hereby given that application OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLA.
Addition. By CONNIE W. RAULERSON. D. C. Dated at Okeechobee, Fla., SeP- Cook 1 cup of this pure refined EIGHT O'CLOCKmildRED -
was made on the 27th will be offered for sale at pnolle outcry (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL wheat cereal in 1 quart of boiling ( CIRCLE .
for the highest and bait cask boa G. C. DURRANCE tember 5. 1947. medium
day of August 1947 by the Wes- subject to the right of the Board of salted water to a thick mush. Pour ( )
Attorney For Plaintiff. HENRY small loaf chill turn out and BOKAR (strong).
tern Union Telegraph Company to Commissioner of Everglades Drainage Okeechobee: Florida REICHERT, into pan
District and/or Board of County and cut into five or sixinch your favorite today .

the Federal Communications Com Commissioner of Okeechobee County. NOTICE TO APPEAR slices. Dip in seasoned- flour and Custom Ground when you {

office Florida to reject any and all bid, brown in hot skil just right for your
mission to close the telegraph fry to a golden
It the Courthouse beginning at 1000 THE STATE OF FLORIDA: The greatest and subllmest power and wake to coffee that
located the junction of State o'clock A. M. on the 20th day of October TO: LOETTA HUTTO ROBiNSON let with bacon or sausage fat. up
1947. Easement for drainage and GENERAL. DELIVERY. ATLANTA Is often simple patience-IJor- Serve with jelly, preserves, syrup. e h better every day in the wee !
HUhways No. 70 and ,15 (no number reclamation and road purposes will be BA* -- ace Bushnell.

) in Okeechobee Florida. If the reserved. f

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF You are hereby required to file your
application U granted substituted EVERGLADES DRAINAGE written appearance ia my office in

service will be available from 8:30A. : DISTRICT Okeechobee, Florida on or before the
andBOARD sixth (6th) day of October. 1947. to
M. to 8 P. M. In Nix Cafe and OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 'the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed ;

Bus Station located at the Junction : OF OKEECUO against you by Marvin "'. Robinson I
DEB COUNTY. FLORIDA.By In Circuit Court. Okeechobee County.
of State Highways No 70 ,and Mabel BaalerMit Sheffield. Florida in default whereof Decree Pro
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Confesso will be entered against
15 (no number) in Okeechobee, Okeechobee County. Florida. the Okeechobee News is hereby designated yon-; Drainage i Pumps -- V -Drivo

Florida. Any member of the pub- aa agent for said Boards. as the new paper in which this
By Connie W. Ranlerson. Order shall be published once a week
lic desiring to protest or supportthe Deputy Clerk for four successive w"t.

closing of this office may com- Witness my hand and official seal
at Okeechobee. Florida this the 3rd
municate with the Federal Com- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF dT of September, A.. D. 1947. ?-v -

munication Commission Washington SCB-DBAIXAGE DISTRICT MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD Built on New Principals More Water, Less Horsepower.

25, D. C. on or before October Clerk Circuit Court Okeeehobee l
NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEX. that County. Florida.By .

18, 1947.QUICK pursuant to rail of the Board of Supervisor CONNIE W. RAULERSOX. D. C.
of Eagle Bay Sab-Drainage (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Come By and See Us. ,

-..\ ;..- ... -J] District, the of annual Eagle Bay meeting Sub-Drain of theiaadowners G. C. DURP.ANCEAttorney .

RELIEF FROM age District IB the office fur the of ;year the County mi will Commissioners beheld Okeechobee' for Fla.Plaintiff Also General Machine Work-Electric and Acetylene Welding

from In the County Court house
Symptoms Dhtms Arising
*f Okeechobee t\ .aty. In the City of
STOMACH ULCERS Okeechobee. Florida on Fridav. October Right thoughts and deeds are
31. IIN1, .at 2KM P. M_ Eastern
DUE TO EXCESS ACID Standard TlBie. for the purposes of: the sovereign remedies for all

r......'y..fH..TrMba..tttaat 1. Electing Supervisors fur terms of. earth's woe.-Mary Eddy Baker., WRIGHT PUMP CO.

Most Help or ltd Cost Yo. I Notldat two <2> and three (;J) ..rears. respectIrelyr :

"Owe three million botches of the WIU.aap Starts Rene InO Second

TKBATMCXT havo been sold for relief 01ofdietae 2. Receiving annual reports and tat
'rn{ arida8 from......... lag such action with respect theretoas froal All 6 ustla1. + +lafcotD

and Oes.M.M Ukusa doe{o*..... Aefd rP. the land-owners may determine;
... Dig al... s- or U.Mt *tsarsal' mad
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... HMrttaAcM. Slur'M'S.
'this is vacate .Sold on 1* day. trial 3. Transacting such other business I Phone 147-P. O. Box 704 Okeechobee, Fla.

AK for"WL1anre Measags" which fully as may come before the m tlac.nO.nD j 1 HIPAUnON
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. Jenny Lind's Concert Tour I[SNAP! Cr

?i' : :: Created Greatest Furor

i .) America's greatest furor was
Bj RUBE GOLDBERG 1 that created by Jenny Lmd the
.. ; Corner L her concert
,. ,' : =- Swedish singer
'' tour (1850-1852) says Collier's.

-, I was ambling along in my car There wasn't much about me she during that time Martha got some Its extent is indicated by a col- .
counting posts and watching my could brag about but she made upa of the red back In her cheeks and lection of Lindiana owned by the

- ,,. nervous windshield wiper as it lot of things. She said she won she moved around more lively than New York Historical society which
clapped out a clear segment of a me away from a fancy blonde she had in years. She made me contains among its thousands of
circle when spied a smallish man named Tillie and told how I saved get a dinner coat with all the fixings items scores of the countless

I f walking ahead. The back of his the company's payroll when six that went with it. She had the studs articles on which her name and

Jt neck seemed a bit scrawny and a armed bandits broke Into the mill. screwed in the shirt four 'days before portrait were used as a* trade- ;

; little round hat sat on top of his head Of course, there wasn't any blonde the banquet. mark or decoration such as bon- 1I4
,j as though a vagrant breeze had named Tillie and the six armed After we wrote the speech we nets beds whiskies wallpapersand
'r it there. bandits were Just two fellows who went over it here and there until it ,
dropped looked in when they saw a light and sounded right. Each evening after even men's fancy vest but- P S Be sure you get America's favorite rice cereal
t. He was carrying a small bunch the one and only Kellcjgs Rice Krispiesl
s asked the road to Cloverdale. dinner we'd go to the kitchen where tons.
of flowers. When I pulled alongside
Martha wasn't very strong and people couldn't look In and I'd standon
J asked him if he wanted a lift.
I' got spells now and then. They saidit a chair and make the speech.I .
with the
His clothes were limp
was her heart I didn't pay much must have delivered that speechat J
steady drizzle and he seemed to
1 attention to what the doctor said. least fifty times.
: have:walked a long way. "I've only
i I'd always make her rest after Well the big night finally came.
got short to now he said.
a way go IF
one of her spells and she'd come When I got dressed up I looked pret-
i "It ain't hardly worth bothering :
I about. .
nn MryRpI
"Jump In. anyway" I said : '
'You"re all soaked. ?
: "All right. But rm only going
; around the bend there to Cypress

;, Hills." As he got into the car he ,
held the flowers high so as not to

I break the stems. g, J -

;+ "Cypress Hills I repeated byway -

f of showing a little interest. )
\ "That's a cemetery. Isn't it?",

J I "Yes it's a cemetery."

f "Oh." I said. Flowers, cemetery,

; rain. I kept a respectful silence.

When we had driven a short dis-

: tance there was a great rumble of
thunder through the

low hills and the

sky opened with a teoP
This sudden torrent that ? Experience< ,

Weeks made_ the surrounding -
landscape a wet eL All the different brands people That's how thousands of smokers

!' Best blur, smoked during the wartime learned from actual smoking experience

I "Guess I'll pull c cigarette shortage? Naturally, that cool flavorful Camels suit
up alongside the smokers compared. them best!
road until it blows

I over" I told my
passenger. Neither of us spoke for

a while. "How did it go?" she cried. I shouldn't have told her. : MORE OPLE ARE S1OKfNGCAMELS

The great clatter of the storm out- -
I side rendered the silence behind the around fine. Jed Miley down at the 17 good. Martha stood at the gate

closed windows a little oppressive. post office told me his wife was like waving good-by and looked ten beroreJ

Presently the little man said. "My that and as long as they didn't get years younger. I was sort of choked -than eye r v

wife is buried over there." He pointed any excitement or shock they could up and happy. I was only sorry she
in the direction of Cypress Hills. live to be a hundred. Martha always couldn't come along. It was just
rested when I told her but she for' men. you know.I .
"I'm I answered.
"When-" sorry. never really rested even' when she left my car In front of the house -

was lying down. Her mind was and walked down to the Clifton Hotel -, ,ss'r SEVENTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS from
"Just a few weeks ago. working. She was thinking how she so I could over speech :
go my AL .; 4 50 acres of single cross hybrid seedS
"Was it sudden or-." could make the town know what a just one last time. When I got there
s,1 's' 3s 4 corn!That was one of the accompluhments -
lie ignored my unfinished question great husband she had. I tried to I said hello to everybody-even 1 I
and said absently "It's strange explain that it didn't:matter as longas Longyear, president of the bank. I'd ,- > r- last year of Champion Farmer
what a delicate thing life is. It can we were happy. But she kept on never spoken to him before. I felt + R J' ** John J.Gannon and his!father WilliamP.

i be cut off by an accidental move being riled. I just kind of hoped: I' pretty important q .Gannon on their 785-acre farm tearY

t k. or even a thoughtless word. Some- something big would happen to me THEY put me on the platform next S %P" 1/ e Valeria Iowa. Hog sales totalled over .

> thing you say can snap it off just for Martha's sake. Simmons who is quite S 400 head. In a recent month, 16 pure

1 < like a thin piece of thread." Well sir, it was like the hand of a wit around these parts. He has bred Guernsey cows, three of them

There was a clap of thunder and fate. Something big did happen at one of those ventriloquist dummiesand +zt t dry returned $504.78 over feed costs.

the downpouY wrapped us In a fresh last. At least it was big to Marthaand also does card tricks. He told ., s Seventy head of purebred Aberdeen- _
film of raia/Th vlittle man told me me. Mr. Clawson the presi- me a few jokes and I laughed al- l Angus cows,and their calves,provide a
his story, 'I give it to you In his dent of the mill was getting up a though I didn't listen. I took a tasteof i profitable outlet roughage., So does a Y
words as closely as I can remember dinner In honor of the town council the soup but after that I couldn'teat A Gannons bale 7000
flock of sheep.The
them. and asked me to make a speechl a thing. The speech kept pound-
bales of annually. Careful pasture
t Martha spent her whole life trying When I came home and told Mar ing in my head. z:4 and commercial
to'build me up Into something. She tha that evening she nearly jumped After the ice cream Mister Claw- '
cut of her skin. I had never madea fertilizers, and a toil conservation proogram
started right at the wedding. She son rapped for order and made a
speech before In life. I was : keep the farm highly productive.
0 .was about an Inch taller than med flowery speech about the town council
and she wore her flattest heels at scared stiff at the thought of it But Then the head dt the council : For economy and efficiency in operating

; the wedding and stooped over a Martha was going to prove every said a lot of nice things about the r their farm equipment Champion

Jittle when the minister stood us up thing she had said about me. mill and how much good it had Farmer Gannon has found it pays to

I for the ceremony. She looked so through that speech. I just had to done the town. More speeches fol- r' depend on Firestone tire. When he

t' proud you'd think she was marrying show Mister Clawson and the coun- lowed. Each time the toastmastergot A l ,ys and his father buy new tractors, they

I f a millionaire. And me only a bookkeeper cilmen she was right ; ready to call on the next speaker F s a'Y_ r"4'' specify Firestone Champion Ground

at the mill. The dinner, was two weeks off and I shook all over thinking it mightbe 0( Grips. In the photograph, Sheila Ann
> me. It seemed that everybodyIn
r: ,5 Gannon with her grandfather,WilliamP.
town was making a speech. My -
q P.Gannon, and her father Champion
Then got Simmons dry. got up and did his I Wit' ? 1' Farmer John J. Gannon.

CROSSWORD PUZZLE I IJ dummy act and some card tricks. Ls For moro'information about Champion

ii He went over to the piano and sang u ''- Fanner John J. Cannon, write to Tfco

r some songs. People called for more. S.c Firestone Tire & Rubber Co" Akron, O.Champon .
They all laughed and sang with him. y'

iV I looked at my watch. It was eleven 4
Dori&oDtal: s.i.tt.a fa Neri Issue.i o'clock. a4.C

: I managed to head clear
To- get my
1 stop
i f the motion of 1 1 J 45 LP 6 'J 4 SO and quickly thought over the first Farmers Specify

1 8 Faith few paragraphs of my speech. They
1 11 One ruling n 11 IJf were saving me for the last A sort
fora of surprise I thought Then Mister

'I sovereign l4 IS 16 17 Clawson got up and his voice sound-
13 Public ed far off. He said some of the boys
speaker wanted to play poker and others
2 14 Italian 18 14 10 1
artIcle wanted to sit around and chat. It

'f 15 Epicure was too late for more speeches.
I 11 21 ZS
l 1'l Chinese After hearing Simmons any more i I "S, .
,t measure talk would be tame. It was a CHAMPION! 'fjfty'T'O .
18 Encorel ib 27 28 wonderful evening and everybodyhad ;'

,4 2OTo inflict enjoyed it thoroughly. They all -:
t 21 Girl's name 9 )0 stood up and sang Auld Lang Syne.
22 Serf
24 Sailor The dinner was over. ,'.Ie
r 2S Son of 31 2 u You can't blame me for not being
Adam able to think clearly after that I 1-:

:6 Messenger Is )1 was so disappointed I got kind of GET extra pulling power. longer tire life... '> ; ,'
28 To box numb. I sneaked out through the :
A and smoother Champion Farmer
: a: 29 Gaelic 38 riding John J. ;
back door and went home. Martharan
4p 41
30 Gannon and his father Firestone '
i: Large down to the front gate and specified Champion
; f snakes Ground Grips for their new tractor.
31 Support u 4 44 s grabbed me around the neck. She t
i t 32 Fencer"a cried "How did it go?" Tests show that Firestone Champion; Ground Rx' 'i

cry 46 47 49 I said "They didn't call on me." Grips clean up to 100% more effectively pull up to s> f '"

34 To change I shouldn't have told her the truth.It 62% more, last up to 91% longer, and roll smoother ....' _
direction SO was a dreadful blunder. highways than other -
33 Star S over any tractor tires .J. .

36 Lampreys important facts to cost-conscious farmers. :t

38To sayfurther 1c.Ii 32 Painting Cellar Floor Only Firestone Champion Ground Grips are {'

i Rubber base paints frequently made with connected curved traction bars. These ""-
39 Scottish
r poet 8 Journey 33 Football 40 Upright are used 'painting cement floors ban clean with a plowlike action giving the .

r. 41 Lair 7 Rodent team stalk and basements because they are Champions more pulling power. Extra tread rubber

42 Note of 8 Low note 34 Poetic: dales U Mongrel resistant to alkali "Which' would adversely in the bar connections gives them a "Center Bite" ; i
3S 44 Nahoor
'To Certain
scale unite 31 affect some other types of in the heart of the traction This means '1
t3 as metal Slang: sheep zone. too, -- -
1 Trumpetlike wind surfaces inferior 41 Prefix: paInt. Before applying rubber base more pulling power. The extra rubber in the con 'i.....
lOTest 39 Brought down paints to a cement floor any 'old
. instruments 12 Slow-movinl into existence 49 Roman gods paint should be removed with paint nected tread increases tire strength. lengthens ,,"::;c
: 45 Six O' '
tire liCe .
monev.saving points can't overlook: .
repUte remover, all residue from the paint you 4ns
4S To tolerate <
_sawse t Paul If.'u II when
48 Was inclined 13 Persian remover washed off with turpentineor you buynew tractor tires. So when you OtU ,

-_ '. 50 Austere port s Y x a mineral spirits and the floor buy buy the best buy Firestone Champion f

>-:1 .Bl Augusta 11 Its 16 To peruse A E LA R A A W E thoroughly dried oat A further pre- Ground Grips. 0Iirt
:- .. capital 111 Gibed c R A ? E n E R I N E caution before painting cement cellar
21IKseoncerted ra I. IH YeW- .,, __.v.r M:1f11 ........ NBC
7 7
a O R E A R A R E R floors either new or old. Is to 0Hr I ANY OTHER TJWCTO* ;TIRE
o.5vdeu,1541.ftII?tiMim. .
23Wstake S'Ire.Z.t5 c. .
Vertical ACT 0 s E ? etch them with muriatic add sobstion '
1 2S Qufcltl7 C Ak 6 o E eA ELSs In the proportion of about one

1 Seeretly 27 Venomous RB f 9 L O N ER pint of acid to one gallon of water.

offered snake 6 N >t N II N E E If the acid solution Is used the floor
', inducement 28 French ,coIn P A R C should be wen rinsed to remove FIRESTONE CHAMPION Ground
2 Flavor' 30 Head
; E k i T Sv T Ey traces of the acid and then thoroughly -
: 3 Symbol for Covering
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To Ease Distress of Colds
j your own, you can always count
on a fortune-telling booth to keep During the NightPENETRATES a

the crowd entertained.Bedeck .
yourself in a colorful turban a' 4
and dangling earrings: get out a deck of 11'to.
cards dice dominoes a crystal ball or .
; the fun IBottles tea leaves-and you're set for some II' '/, F'

late aper bro ch st Rd back sac-
Sealed in AntiquityLost chill tubts with faces bke...r14apeeiakaootkl.g
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at such a awful tight' changeable!"
,.3Y soon as you rub VapoRub
.,"rJ Owing to the method by which n on throat chest and
back at bedtime it starts to
they were sealed bottles found in work instantly to ease mis-
L i ti NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller ancient tombs have sometimescontained eries of colds.It invites sleep
!':T.,,! much of their original and works for hours during
h WHAT 00' T SIMPLY SHALL yes I'VEHAD DID you liquid contents, says Collier's. ht to relieve distress.
YOU THINK AWFUL WE f ENOUGH BRING THOSE / / WE WELCOME Among recent cases, a bottle ol Often morning most misery
> LEAVE THINGs ; wine discovered in a 1,700yearold of the cold is gone.Only
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found in a 3,300-year-old tomb in ,
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MANAGERS whatsoever.
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Gagged Nagging Women guaranteea,
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Women in the Seventeenth century minor cuts,
were often tried for nagging.
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Is time for arbitrary f.: j
This no
: Joseph W. Yates Co. (Continued from Pare 1) bureaucratic ruling that strrt no. .
Electric Service & Repair waters to commercial optratloni. purPose other than to reduce, tienation's .,
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j"a YATES FUNERAL HOME Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing learn the findings and recommendations food supply.

: Phone 155 of these committees were Florida Public Health } :
ignored by the Game and Fresh
#, Fort Pierce, Fla. C. L. Strickel 1, Manager Water Fish Commission and their Association To Meet M1f 1
Phone 789
Phone 789 rule prohibiting commercial fish- In Tampa Oct. 23-25 -i.
i Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. ing in these waters was then en- I ,
: Prompt Ambulance 1 Service forced. Not only that, but I under- Highlighting the program for ;
stand that Dr. Smith and his the Florida Public Health Associa -t '

I committees were criticized for tion's annual convention in Tarn .. .
I t their honest, unbiased report. pa, October 23-25, will be- talks by -..
This silly and arbitrary rulingof some of the country's best known -
'? 0. K. Garage and Machine Service STANEY RADIO ELECTRIC the Game and Fresh Water Fish public health figures. Dr. Wilson ..

Commission which prevents com- T. Sowder, state health officer and .::,
DODGE AND PLYMOUTHSales Open 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 mercial fishing: on Lake Okeecho- program chairman, announced : :'
If :I and Service bee and on the St. Johns River this week. *
''! 24 Hour Wrecker Service Wednesday close at noon. Saturday has thrown hundreds out of work He said that these speakers will
and threatens the commercial fishing from New York, Washington,
M. come
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i ,! Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances Repairs and Service all makes Radios and As,this' column is being written Carolina Georgia, New Mexico, ':
t Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio President Truman on a nationwide Arkansas and Mississippi. Their :
radio hook-up is appealing to discusion will cover both old and
"We Service Them All' Batteries, Flashlights and Batteries.BOOKBINDING .
the people of this country to ob- new elements in public health. i
serve one meatless day and one Included among the out-of-state -
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day for the conservation of poultry speakers will bet Dr. Austin Del. r
and eggs, in order that more bert, chief of the cancer control
rain may be supplied to the starving sub-division, Washington; MorrisM.
nations of western Europe. Cohn, Department of Health,
Needs Fresh fish from the nets of Schenectady New York; Dr. R. A.
I t ':' Printing Florida's commercial fishermenare Vonderlehr, U. S. Public Health -
r BOOK AND BIBLE REPAIRING urgently needed as a substi- Service, Atlanta; Dr. Felix J. Un
tute for these products. Fish do derwood" Mississippi State Health
TO not consume grain and food fish Officer: Dr. Herbert Edwards, director
f J. O. COWGER AT THEOkeechobee will help materially to offset our Tuberculosis and Health -
reduced use of meat, grain and Association, New York City; Dr. '
I News OKEECHOBEE NEWS dairy products. Albert E. Bailey, National office of
1 If there ever' was a. time when Vital Statistics.A .
our commercial fishermen shouldbe
on'the job it is now and prompt lie left to itself is not so soon
action should<< be taken to settle destroyed as it is with the help of
; this squabble quickly not only for truth-telling.
IN BUYING PROPERTY Burgess Supply Company
Florida's welfare but for the na- Mary Baker Eddy

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