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 17, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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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).
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Volume 33-No. 22 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Oct. 17, 1947 "


: Co. Commissioners Mrs. O. L. Raulerson George Davidson Keer Dr. Eisenman To I

Entertained Baptist Peter Raulerson PioneerIn Passed Away At His

Transact Business Circle No. 1 Tuesday Home Here TuesdayGeorge
Give Shots to The

Circle No. 1 of the first Baptist the passing of Peter Raulerson at his home Davidson Kerr passed ,

: Regular Session church met with Its chairman, here last Thursday morning Okeechobee lost its away at his home here Tuesday School ChildrenFollowing '
Mra. 0. L. Raulerson at : I Ifil
Tuesday -
first afternoon ,
settler and pioneer citizen. He was 90 years at 6:30. He was sixty
330. Mrs. J. E. Cone gave DevotionaL -
;';' The Board of County Cozmnls Office were elected and old and most of that time was spent in what is six yeas: old. ;.
Mr. Kerr a meeting with some
moved ,
If loner! to Okeechobee : .
of Okeechobee County, now Okeechobee
work for the dlscumd. County.Mr. A
coining year was
about a year ago from Elmonte, of the school officials here TuesdayDr.
W& Florida, met la regular letslon onTuesday Raulerson's parents moved to Florida from CaL, where be had made his home Leon. S. Elgenman wired the :

0:00: A. ,M.Frcient .September 20, 1947 at The following enjoyed a dellci Charlotte County, Georgia, in 1839 and settled several yeart. He wi* a n Utf of State Board of Health at Jacksonville ,
one salad served by Mr. 0, L. in Polk Manry County Ky and asked them td send a :
F were: CommlMlonert C County. When he was a young man he ;
Rauleraon: Mrs. C. R. Bibb, W. D. He I* survived .supply of typhoid antltoxine Hereto 1,
by the
moved from following
, Polk
E. Drawdy, Chairman O. J. Chap County to Bassinger and aftera !
Coker, O. C. DI1 rrance, J. G. Keller brothers and sisters William be used In giving all school
r men M. It Mobley, R. M. Dur- few there he took his t A.
herd of cattle
S. J. Davis, L. W. Rigtbee, years and Kerr and Mrs. C. E. W. Dorris; children and grownup the preventive -{
: rence, W. F. Walker; Attorney T. H. R. Lamb, J. E. Cone, C. T. Dur moved with them to what he
I the "Bend"which Nashville, "Tenn., Mrs.C. E. Meade, shots for typhoid fever which ,_;
t.': W. Conely, Jr., Sheriff X. O. Stew- l rance, J. T. Collins, R E. Padget, is the territory West of Taylor's Creek and Birmingham; Ala, J. F. Kerr, New Is a threat to the people of the en. ::%
;: art and Deputy Clerk, Connie W.
, Raulerson.The J. F. Bond, T. W. Conely, Jr., C. North of Lake Okeechobee around to Kissimmee Smyrna Beach, J. K. Kerr Jacksonville tire flood areaWednesday '.-;

minutes of the meeting held R. Durrance. l River. He came here in 1890 while his family remained and Miss Nell Kerr, Okee morning Dr. EIsen"f-
!- f chobee. man received the supply and start ;
In Steptember were read and ap at Bassinger until 1895 when :
they moved ed yesterday giving shots to the
proved.- Representative I here to join him. Local school children.
The Report of the County Welfare -
At that time his was the only white family that These shots will not be given
:; Board was peraented and ordered t
Group Met WithBradfoot lived here and the old without the written consent of the .
log house lived in is
filed In the office of the Boys Will Pla"Clewiston ... ....
Clerk of Court. still standing back of the house he later built and parents and everyone Is urged to '-.
and send that
Wed. permission to
J" Upon motion by CommissionerMobley. lived in until he passed away last Thursdaymorning. Here the school at the earliest possible
" seconded by Commissioner
time so that Dr. Eisenman may
t to application
Chapman approve
r' for license by Parrott Avenue Ser- A representative group of business Mr. Raulerson served as a County Commissioner get started with each of the school

vice Station. All voted Yes. men, cattle owners, city and for St. Lucie County in the early days be- Tonight at 8:00 the Okeechobee children.

Upon motion by Commissioner county authorities, met with United fore Okeechobee County was created.He from Catfish will tangle with the Tigers The shots for the school child-
States Engineer Broadfoot and on the new Catfish ren will be given free of
Walker, seconded by Commissioner was the first postmaster and served such field in
as what promises to be
two other engineers from the Dis- a the State Board of Health Is fur-
that Okeechobee News be
designated as paper in which 1947 trict Engineers Office Wednesday when this was known as Tanti. After the City of hangup ball game. Both teams are nishing the medicine and Dr. Eis-

, laws were to be published. All afternoon to discuss the problemsthat Okeechobee was incorporated Mr. Raulersonwas seeking their first victory of the enman Is doing the work.
are now facing the people of elected and current season as both the Catfish
served the
voted )'es. as towns first mayor. and Tigers Dr. Eisenman has arranged to
thi section due the hurricane. have lost three gamesto
The Clerk was authorized to In those early days it was due to Mr. Rauler- date. Furthermore give these shots to all of thosewho
Mr. Broadfoot stated that $100- neither team
: publish notice to receive bids for 000.00 was appropriated by the son's efforts that the first school vas'organized has crossed the enemy goal line. are not in school at a very

bridge material on Okeechobee here and then it he The locals nominal fee and will be at his office
who stand
President following the meeting was kept the schools run- a much better,
Opal Highway.
here last week to help out in the I ning each year until the community had suffici- chance of winning this game than: Saturday night from 6 to 8
in o'clock at which time he will be-
Commissinner emergency but that thus week be ent any played to date as the light
people for the school to
go forward. Catfish men.will gin the work.In .
had also made available another equal the weightof
Commissioner Mobley, to discontinue Mr. Raulerson was a member of the Primitive the
. opponents. Having an discussing the
$100,000.00 for use and asked the open health situa-
the Office of Veterans County Baptist Church all of his life and it due date last week the tion
gathering; to state the most urgent was to gridders were which will no doubt follow In
i., Service officer AH voted Yea needs of this community. his efforts that the first church of that denomination given a rest and light workouts to the wake of the flood Dr. E Isenman -

Upon motion by Commissioner He stated that these funds was organized and started work here. allow them to recuperate from the stated that anyone who had

loner Durrence' seconded by Com could not be used to dig new Had he lived week terrific physical beating Buffered received the shots within the past '
: one more he and Mrs.
missioner the Raul-
Moblty! following at the hands of the Stuart eleven."Jaws" could take
drainage canals or build new year one shot and be 1
" Resolution was adopted.RESOLUTION erson would have reached their seventieth wed-
\" dykes: ,bat that it could be used in Jack Gardner, who inJured immune but where there had been -
OF BOARD OF opening up the old canals and rebuilding ding anniversary.Funeral his ankle In the Stewart no typhoid shots last yar it wouldbe

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF dykes that had been de Services were conducted for him at clash, will be ready to go along necessary to take the entire

i OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORI stroyed. After some discussion It he Primitive Baptist Church here Saturday afternoon will Joe Strickel at the guard slots. series, which is three.

DA.WHEREAS was decided that the most Import at 1 o'clock with Elder O. K. Sheffield of Johnny Mac Kinsaul, will Captainthe With the hurricanes and rains ;
t the Board of County ant things to be done would, be to Catfish from his pivot spot. oveHfthe
Fort Pierce biggest problem for everyone "1
" Commissioners of Okeechobee repair the drainage canal from the officiating. Following the servicesat Loss of J. C. Bass due to a knee

r County,- Florida deems It advfsa- school house ,so that the water the church the body wasjaid; to rest in the injury in the Stewart game gives problem now and Is to watch the health -a

ble"atrdezpedlentSto: ( equej-- fliimH- the rf co 1dg t but across Parrot 'Okeeehobee cemetery. ; Jeqjr''Speedy' .Walker,the,nod at 1 tbreala figfteeass'i try and prevent''l1"the**'*": :- f.,

i dlate construction of the following Avenue and on to Taylor's Creek. Surviving are the widow Mrs. Louisiana one tackle post WIth 'Co-Capt
: road In Okeechobee County Florida Also Included in the discussionswere Chandler Tommy Walker at the other tackle."Spider" l In a telegram to Dr. Ceo. A.
to-wlt; the proposals to clean out Raulerson : three sons, Melville, Okee- Lee and Lindy Brewer Dame of the State Board of Health

t State Road 66 (59), Section the canal that drains the section chobee; Harmon and Connie, Miami; two daugh- will hold down the ends. at Jacksonville, Dr. Eisenman _

9109 (2) from ,a point on East around the new hospital and the ters, Mrs. Adeline Clements' and Mrs. Faith Me- The Catfish are down in back- urged him to make a trip to Okee-

s Boundary of Section 7, Township ditch west of town that drains serve, Okeechobee; a brother, Noel Raulerson, field strength to but six men of ':hobee to a3 in the work of try- '

37 South, Range 35 East, to a that section of town around the Okeechobee; 22 grandchildren 48 these John "Snook" Watford will ing to prevent the spread of disease -
greatgrandchildren -
point in Section 35, :Township 35 Sam Davis sect_JP. and four guide the offense from his quarter- and he will no doubt come

South Range 33 East, ,...a distance In discussing the general eltua- great-great-grand-children. back epot. Bill Williams and Robert here as: soon as he can possiblydo
of 11.8 miles; tion'Ir.. Broadfoot stated that Truly it can be said that in the passing of Peter Hays will start at the Halfback se. ,

r Alao- contrary to the opinions expressed Raulerson, Okeechobee lost its First Citizen. posts with Raulle Raulerson

Road extending from Intersec- by some In the Glades area the I running the fullback. Storm And Flood 1

'f tion of State Highway 15 (29) and engineers had kept the rood gatesof Also to, see lots of action will

I Florida East Cpast Railroad right. the lake wide open and carry- be the two "little men" of the
Damage Over WeekEnd
t of-way In Section 3, Township 37 lag all of the water from the lake istration shall be used by the State Cemetery Payroll, Labor 176.90 SQuad, guards Ira Mason and Clyde 1

South, Range 35 East, !n a north. that the canals would take since Road Department for the purposeof Withholding Tax Fund, Morgan. They along with Mose

westerly direction to the north June first. meeting requirement of lease Taxes Withheld -_ .60 Joiner, end, Russell Collins, guard Was Serious

boundary of said* Section 3, a distance He also stated that from his observations purchase payments on said lease Ba&inger School Lunch and center were outstanding de-

f approximately 1-% mile. the lake could not be purchase agreements with the Rm. Groceries .__.____ 12.50S. fensively against Stewart. Halfback I

WHEREAS, the Board of County expected: to get back down'to its State Improvement Commission C. Paige, Fuel-Cemetery 3.38 Gordon Grooms will come In Torrential rains accompanyinga
Commissioners of Okeechobee normal level until March or Aprilof for said roads until all the costs John Chandler, Labou __. 10.00 for his share ball-carrying.- He 70-mlle-an-hour wind swept

County are of the opinion that ,19t8.ohase incurred In financing and constructing Bessie Alderman, Bal. has been converted from a guard across Southeast Florida over the

said road can be immediately constructed said road have been paidin due on Comms. _._ 165.80 and has shown he will be a capable week-end to drive thousand from 'j
of said road from the Improvement full their homes endangered with rising '
Okeeohobee Hdw. Co. hand in the backfield.
; by the Florida State Improvement I : ;
Commission by the flood waters and Inundating
Commission with the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Supplies for C. House 21.25 Officials for tonight's game will
State Road Department.BE thousands of acres of the state's
cooperation of the Florida State certified copies of this resolu- Gilbert Culbreth, Fan for be, King referee Rev. Bruce Flora '
Road Department and the State IT FURTHER RESOLVED tion be transmitted to the Florida Tax Col. Office ___ 2150! umpire Register, headlinesman most productive farm and grazing

Board of Administration In the that the State Road Departmentbe State Imprvement Commission, to Fla. Power & Light Co. ; and land

manner hereinafter proposed. and it Is,hereby requested to, the State Road 'Department and to Elec. for C. H. &: Jail 13.93 Engle, field Judge. Nothing Is l I Commissioner Nathan Mayo j"

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT for an on behalf of the Improve- the State Board of Administration City of Okeechobee, Water known of the Clewiston line-up as termed It "the greatest agricultural -

RESOLVED by the Board of ment Commission, perform all of all at their official offices In Water C. II and Jail 15.50 hey did not answer the requestfor disaster in more than a generation "- .

: County Commissioners of Okeecho- the necessary engineering work Tallahassee, Florida. Evans Electric Co. their rooster. ," estimating' the loss In
let all of the contracts and super. The crops at between $15,000,000: and ,
bee County that the Florida State following vouchers were approved Elec. Repairs to C. II. 17.20K. Okeechobee:
vise the construction of said road; and E. $20,000,000.
Improvement Commission be and ordered paid: Stello, Ins. on Vo. Pos. ,

! It Is, hereby requested( to take the and that upon the completion of. GENERAL FUND C. H. & Jail __ 478.6S %2 Jasper Lee -- .- LE: Thousands residents of low- -
: same that the State Road Department Board Trustees. Okee. Scharfschwert Bros. Sup- land areas were forced to- seek
necessary steps to finance the construction 31-Tommy Walker, Co-Cpt. LT
of the abovedescribedread -requested to enter into Co. Hospital, Donation 5000.00 plies for C. II. & Cemetery 1.00 0-Jack Gamdner ___ LG refuge elsewhere and mass evacuations -

by issuing Its bonds or revenue a lease purchase agreement with Western Union, August Acct. .93 Intee Co. Tel &: Tel n- ohnny Kinsaul C. __._ C were carried out. One thousand
Certificates for the estimated the Improvement Commission covering Co. OfficersvPayroll Telephone-Clerk & Co. 37-Joe Strickel RG persons were moved to the

construction cost of said road and said road in which agree- Salaries-Sept. _._ 1,026.60 Judge ____.._._ 9.85 2-Jerry Walker RT Pompano Farmer's Market from
ment the Road Department will Bessie Alderman, Tax ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Pompano Beach migratory camp
the financing cost thereof, and by 9-Lindy Brewer ___ RE
the Improvement Commission requesting agree to pay to the Improvement ,' Col. Sal. Sept. _._,,_- 125.00 Clewiston Motor Co. 1-John Watford _- QB and"bear-by Hammondville. Other

the State Road Department Commission a total amount equal Robert: La Martin, Tax Motor Grader _____ 9650.00 1 0-BUI Williams LH thousands sought refuge In schools

to enter into lease purchase to all 'Costs and expanses Incurred Ass. SaL Sept. _.---- 125.00Co. Mixon &: Ellis Garage 4-Robert Hays RH and other public buildings. The

agreement covering the road by the Improvement CommissionIn I, Welfare Board, Relief / Parts & Labor Dist. 2 83.90 2-Raulle Raulerson FB grandstand and building at Hialeah -
above-xnntioned with the Improve- connection with the financingand Allowance Sept. -:-- 350.00 Alto Watford & Sons Race Track were available for

ment Commission when the said construction of the said road, ::. O. Stewart Attend. Co. Grease for Tractor ._ 9.75 County School Superintendent storm victims.

road u completed that the State aU in accordance with the provIsions Comm. Meeting _._ 5.00 Payroll Dists. 2, 3, 4 Labor 108.90 McLanghlln of Hillsborough conn- At Fort Lauderdale, the Red

Road Department pay the lease of Chapter 23753, Laws of Withholding Tax Fund, Withholding Tax Find, ty announced this week that the Cross added 1,800 flood victims to

purchase payments out of funds Florida, Acts of 1947. Taxes Withheld Sept:--. :- 7164 Taxes Withheld _._ 4.10 chool exhibits In connection with Its list. Dade County Red Cross

hereinafter specified and that the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Bishop Office Equip. Co. Rudy Alderman, Labor the Florida State Fair would be workers did heroic work In giving

State Board of Administration approve that so much as may be necessaryof Supplies _____.___..- 7164 Dist. 2, 3, 4, 5 140.00 sharply reduced. Exhibits in the aid and succor to those in flooded

the financing: arrangementmade the .SO percent surplus gasolinetax H. & W. B. Drew Co. Payroll Dist 5, Labor ._ 149.30 past have been largely duplication areas around Miami Springs and

b)!, the Improvement Commission revenue accruing to Okeechobee : Supplies _m___. .__.___ 39.27 Withholding Tax Fund, of work: and a burden on both Hialeah. Two Red Cross: workers

,too; the construction of County, Florida and hereafter I Scharfschwerdt Bros. Supplies Taxes Withheld __ 2.70 teachers and students. Fewer ex- lost their lives when an ambulance

said road( by the State Road De- remitted to the State Road Department for C. IL & Jail 1210 S. C. Paige, Fuel Dists. ilbits and better ones will be the they were driving crashed Into a .

partment and for the lease pur- by the Board of Admlnc -)Okeechobee Co Bank, Assign 34.10, (Continued on Last Page) rule for the coming Fair power pole. -

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&; Halloween's the Time for a Party; f fi

@ @f11h'" tJeJ Plan Your Games for Happy Evening i

_',...f'J' -.
# Our booklet No. 60 haS party games of rf7&says
an kinds-ice breakers pencil-and-paper
mu i stunts team games. Send 25 cents In i
coin for "Games for Good Parties to
Weekly Newspaper Service 243 West 17th ,
Street, New York, N. Y. Print name, '
n address with zone, booklet title and .
No. 60.Russia's. ;
Lively Games Make First Railroads

Your. Party A Success Carried Church Cars'For l

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st .v: ''several decades after Rus- NOTED
, HALLOWEEN is the night when sia's first railroad began to oper- HORSEWOMAN
ride and little ate between St. Petersburg and
children ring doorbells: It's a wonderful Moscow in 1851, the trains running > '' '
_.. time for party-giving and on Sunday and holy days carried
the games you plan should suit for religious services, one or two
IIi the occasion. "church cars" whose special
i .
equipment included stained-glass
,. Can your scavenger hunt a witch hunt windows and sacred paintings.
with dancing paper skeletons and cross
eyed cats among the items to be found.
Give a pumpkin to the winners.
Dress your fortune teller up as a witch
and watch your guests .flock around. I Y

Law on Stolen AircraftThe IN 5MOKIN6 TOO- \i
1& U. S. government had no EXPEfllENeE 15 THE l
law that specifically applied to per. "
sons involved in interstate flights 1 n BEST TEACHERCAMELS /

'F of stolen' aircraft until September
; 24, 1945, when the National Motor ARE THE
f''V / N Ih Vehicle Theft act was amended to ;' '
cover such cases."Beware .:,

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; Vary the Salad With the. MealSee Coughs change to CALOX

r ( recipes below.) froa common colds for the &+UG effect Cpl

Salad-Parade LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU That Hang On on your smile

Salads lead the health parade because Cream of Mushroom Soup Creonmlsion relieves promptly because Efficient Colas tocrfcs two saws* More people are smokingCAMElS
In them you eat so many Roast Chicken It goes right: ;to the: seat of the 1 Helps remove film..bring oat
fruits and vegetables before they trouble to help loosen and expel all the natural lustre of your '
Sweet Potato Balls germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto smile.
get a chance'to lose their vitamins, I
and. minerals. All. Green Lima Beans soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed 2 A special ingredient in Cabs ;
Ginger Ale Pear Salad bronchial mucous mem encourages regular massage... .
through the ages Lemon Pie Biscuits with Honey branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa which has a tonic effect on gums e,
people have bottle of Creonralslon with the un :.helps makes them firm and .}
turned to salads Beverage derstanding you must like the way It rosy/Tone op your smile...wiih -than ever before! t*j o
Recipe given. quickly allays the cough or you are Caloxl
because they to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
craved things Mode foment MfKtssf* Utorataritt
fresh from gar. such as escarole. romaine, lettuce, 11) r an -J .bw-.crre iuI gab.,,

den and orchard. raw spinach, endive, watercress, for Coughs Chest Colds,_Bronchitis Let the Ads Guide You When Shopping
Besides certain dandelion greens or celery cabbage.
foods are more They may be arrangeCbouquet styleor
attractive and appealing served in shredded and tossed lightly withan (I

their raw state, or in salad form. oil and vinegar dressing (sometimes *
Salads may accompany the main a french dressing) just before F I
course, and then they are served on servingtime./ .
a side plate, but alongside the main One or more of the following maybe
course. If you want to entertain ina added for variety if you want to
special way the answer is a salad tease the palate: Sliced radishes
platter or salad BowL Use fruit or chopped green pepper diced cucumbers WQH&OTO .
vegetables as your taste dictates. cut celery, sliced stuffed olives -
1 Don't forget the party or dessert tomato sections, sliced pickle,
salads which are in a class by them. sIeved hard-cooked eggs, rolled anchovies 1
selves. These are full of fruit and minced onion rings, garlic !

even whipped cream, the fairy princesses salt, celery salt, celery seed, or alight UNIVERSAL is out Front WOW with the !
of the salad world. Serve sprinkle of thyme curry pow-

them for special occasions as:.3 topping der or chill powder.
to a meal or as a party dish. Here are some tempting varia
Frozen Banana Salad. tions for a cole slaw type of salad:

(Serves 10 to J.%) Plain Cole Slaw: 4 cups finely
I tablespoon lemon juice shredded cabbage." tablespoon celery FIRST REALLY

1 teaspoon salt seed 1 cup t
I tablespoons mayonnaise cooked salad

I 3-ouBce packages of cream cheese dressing. Optional -
t tablespoons crushed pineapple additions: 1

H cup maraschino cherries, cut IE tablespoon either '. -d7. CLEANERS
quarters dill seed or cara- NEW

K cup walnut meats, chopped. way seed or mus-
f tard seed.
I cup cream whipped
I t tJ S r1pe bananas 1 Carrot Slaw: 2 cups grated or I I"TATTLE
J Crisp %greens shaved carrots. 2 cups cabbage 1
teaspoon minced onion, 1 boiled
tI cup
Add lemon juice and salt to may .
I salad dressing. '2
onnaise and stir In cheese. Add
J pineapple, cherries and nuts; fold in Slaw Deluxe: 3 cups shredded
cabbage. 1 diced banana I.JDK I.
cream. Add bananas, cut in cubes. cup % cup .
chopped 2
rum into .tray and place in automatic tablespoons cat
I refrigerator. Freeze until sup and 1 cup boiled salad dressing. TALE" LIGHT TELLS __
Pineapple Slaw: 2 shredded
Arm then serve sliced on crisp'eeM '
cabbage, 1 cup cut, drained pineapple. : -. WHEN DIRT BAG NEEDS
!. Here's a pretty salad that maybe % cup boiled salad dressing. 1 EMPTYING J
served either as a special salador tablespoon celery seed and dash of

as an accompaniment: paprika. I
r Spanish Slaw: 1% cups cut cab,
rI Ginger Ale Pear Salad. bage, 1 cup diced tomatoes. 1 cup *]
I (Serves 6 to 8) diced cucumbers, % cup chopped [

I envelopes plain, unflavored gelatin green pepper and % cup of boiled ) $ 95
I No. 25i size can of pears i salad dressing. a'G :,, ... 7 9 Economy Model VC 6709'Complete :-;
J: cup maraschino cherry Juice I Two molded salads that may be .. With Aaaduaen3 :_
L tablespoons sugari served as an accompaniment are a *
Shown VC 6702
} cup lemon Juice pretty addition to.the table: $
1% cups ginger ale : ,,, Complete With Attachments
Molded Grape Salad.
I j Few drops red coloringS
(Serves 6))
maraschino cherries
Soften gelatin in % cup of the 1J tablespoons unflavored gelatin PERFECT for Complete Home !
cold pear juice drained from can. 1}$cup cup orange cold water juice WAY AHEAD, TOO Cleaning -

Bring to a boll H cup pear syrup 1 lemon juice

1 and stir In softened dissolved.gelatin until Add, 1*4 cup cup cup seeded sugar or seedless grapes tie s&tsatio/ta//VStV THE NEW UNIVERSAL CLEAN-AIR CLEANER .

maraschino cherry :
1I if cup nutmeats

r lemon juice juice sugar and; Lettuce IT'S NEW.IT'S DIFFERENT...IT'S with these "way-ahead" work-saving =
t I ginger darker ale.color If is a: minutes.Soak gelatin Bring in juices cold water to a for boil 9 'g MORE EFFICIENT! Don't buy a clean features.theezclusive"TattleTale"'G

desired, add, a add sugar and gelatin. Cool, and er that will be outmoded in a year. Light..ttlnstant-Sear Hose Connec-
j when thick fold tie exe&sfte
few drops of red In grapes and nuts. I ,,
coloring., Rinse a Pour into Individual molds and chill See this new 100% post-war cleaner tion.'Ihreadficking,SelfGeamngNozzle" ,
until firm. Serve in nests of let. _
I shallow in
cold water S
pan : arrange Is
pear halves 'cut side up In bottom. tuce. ...and"Super-Power".Motot.
Top each with a cherry. Pour gelatin Mixed Fruit Salad. Universal.
mixture (Serves 6) Compare-and you buy a
over pears carefully so as
not to dislodge pears. Chill until S oranges, peeled and diced COMPLETE WITH 13 ATTACHMENTS"A .
firm. To serve, cut gelatin into 3 slices canned pineapple diced et '
1 pineapple tidbits special hack for erery clea&z utl"At
squares with a sharp knife and placeon cup
lettuce. Serve with desired 1 impeded red apple diced last small -
dressing. }4 cup pitted dates cut Into pieces I with no : dragging i-Clvt
When you're serving a heavy din- 1 cup seeded grapes cut hi half
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crisp salad just bursting with vege- J4 cup coconut, shredded, U desired sac oa dragging. ut-old eTeaas> 3-

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With New Teaches few caraway seeds have beer $ I t%95 VC3702

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chopped green- pepper are also good served with cubes of fresh orange UNIVERSAL
additions. to which just a suggestion of onion

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tomato seem tastier when served 'Strips of peeled avocado marinated FOR NAME OF'TOO NEAREST. 'DEAtIRLANDERS. .0
with a blue cheese dressing.'Breakup In lemon juice may be effectively .11>

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A little Va-tro-nol
GUESS OH, DON'T HOW ABOUT A GOODNESS-- *iy HE'S THESCHOOL'S in each nostril Quickly opens up
nasal to relieve tatty
I'LL GO BOTHERI'LL NICE EAR I NEVER o transient passages congestion. Invite read-
HOMEAND GIVE' YOU OF CORN ? OH, SAW CHAMPEEN lull sleep.Relieves snil fly.aneexy
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6 A STUNNING date frock for
a :' ,-' 4I juniors with slim lines to "

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f'40 I i& lines boldly accented with unusual racial blotchesTo

novelty buttons. An eyecatcher cleanse skin carefuUyreheve
? t WONDER for certain. pimply irritation and so aid bead
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small dose of it weakens the heart a
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unconsciousness. Skunk scent OK PCX/Mf COOt I Spi
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and perhaps permanent blindness.
t There is even one case of a boy
who was killed by skunk scent. SPEEDED-UP COMFORTfor

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Backaches.tag pain*,broken leeppaiaful pw
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While recently exploring the .umulate U5giehkidney.thmALLAYBLAD-
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paiiu,aches,uri-net iktugkt &i d M
WEL;..WHAT / I THINK ENDING? YEItTHETHAI'S THERE- MUTTWIWDbN'T SO T WILL a mountain in the western Alps, todiuya. Bo for omckcr. iongei lutmc relief.
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7tw ENOING ONLY ENDING Do this:OM Foley (the new ttdner-bUdder)
WAKEUPTHHAUDIENCE 2,159 feet. This is the greatest Pilb they aim direct edatrr -Uk.Mtiomea
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t < kutltthee cfu 5 Future Homemakers! Bass _while 'the music for (round ____Uld M Among other things, the HIaleah I rector WiiliatiC; I*. Wilson, reportgl

Held Annual Barn dancing was on records belongingto Race Track serves air a hurricane unprecedented planting aIM eult4.'

,- .. Published every Friday by the Dance Friday NightLast the V. F. W. c9EP! $ ADS shelter., The grandstand .ration in these sections where Jf
The F. H. A. wishes to think all
Okeechobee :clubhouse and administration' !
News Co., at OkeechobeC, J i floods and storm damage has nof'::
Okeechobee who attended for their support. A
t. : County, Florida. bUilding are officially designated
Friday night, October) 10, profit of $%0.00 was made which ROSE BUSHES, year-old field I:shelters, and are used during retarded such activities. Growefa'
BRYANT BOWDEN .. ...... Homemakers of America -
; The Futtyoe) will be used in bettering the Club. grown everblooming plants; :storm threats: by hundreds of residents in many cases are increasing them
< a school organization sponsored over fifty choice varieties; j! of the City of Hialeah plantings in anticipation of short
by the Home Economics Mr. and .
Mrs. E. H. Hunt and
RATES write for free catalog with roses I supplies. Growers in some areaS
One Tear in advance ... .....$3.00 gave their Annual Barn Dance. It little daughter were visitors spending in color. Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries ;
Six Months in advanee ...-. .. 1.50 was held in the Woman's Club Tuesday In Orlando. : Following a trip through Flori- I however will be unable to plant
Bx 532, Texas.
P. O. Tyler
Three Month in advance u.... 1.00 which is the scene of moo of the da's major vegetable producing I a fall crop as their land Is still
parties and dances. The Club was United States Marshal C. S. De- I.areas, State Farmer's :Market: DI-; under water. .
FOR RENT Two nice sleeping I
Entered as ,econd class matter July i decorated in a back-woods style ehong and Holmes Allen of Miami -
Mrs. L. H. Dreese, Corner .
1. 1914, at the Post Office in Okee with hay covering the floor and in were visitors spending some time rooms. JittrOumnt
chobee, Florida, under Act of March corners and the ceiling decked out here Friday and Saturday.The Fourth and Kisslmmee.

t 8, 1879. in gay streamers of varied colorsof From where I sit... r 'Joe Marsh
crepe paper.Admission week of September 28 Tallahassee (EXS) The
j Mary Schulman will lean today was 25c par couple through October 5 has been officially fourth installment of funds from
,"; for Palttka where she will confar and SOc for those who came Al nl.I designated "Religious Education the new Minimum Foundation Program -
cc t with attorney in the cut for the I The doors opened at 7:20 and all I Week" and will be observed Fund has been sent to the Mystery of
t-? Commercial Fiibtraen tad from who entered were met by the en. :by thousands of communities and county board of public instruction! .
t there she will go to TallahuM tonight terprlslng F. H, A. members tell hundred' of thousands of churches State School Supt. Colin English f : the Missing Farmswhere
r;. for more conferences with ing cold drinks. Both round and thrughout the United States and has announced. -'''!'
It attorneys in the case in preparation square dancing were to be had Canada. It is sponsored by the In- English said that the county Yep, the number of farms in our free American life Is _.
}'.. for the hearing that will come with music for the square dancing ternational Council of Religious would receive a total of $5,373 .America! shrinking(by a quarter- secure. Where every member co,
before the Florida Supreme Court provided by a hillbilly band con- Education. this month, of which $4,110 Is to million in the last fire years!). operates and shares the work .
l!j' Monday morning. sisting of Mose Joiner and Buddy'F'rp' be used for teachers salaries $666 What's happened to the missing living together in temperance and. .

f __., ,. ,. ---.....- Richard Mack, 38-jrear-old war for transportation, and $597 for farms? The land has been takenin tolerance-temperance that pre _
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'L''L''L'r' veteran and former Miami credit transportation and $397 for cur- by other farms increasing the fers a moderate beverage like beer,
rent average size by twenty acres! and tolerance for a taste that r
manager, has taken oath as the expense. may
; Attention third member of the Florida Railroad Four county school boards also Does this growth mean farm- be different from one's own. -

J and Public Utilities Commission received capital outlay funds for ing's no longer a family enter- From -wher: I sit, our Family
succeeding the late W. B. the months of July and August. prise? Just the opposite! More Farms (and they're 96ri of all s
(Babe) Douglass. CommissionerMack They were* Alachua, $15,624; Bay families own farms today than farms are something that this
STRAWBERRY was appointed by Governor $10,582; Putnam $7,062; and Vo- ever-only with labor-saving country can be proud oil!
VEGETABLE-CITRUS Caldwell for the remainder of the lusia 16421. The capital outlay equipment they can handle more
f sand, more work.That.s .
Douglass term, and Mack will run funds:: were released for the pur- ,
: as it should be.The family tJrw.4
; GROWERS tor election in the primaries of chase of school buses as authorized c9ce {
farm is a fortress of democracy-
lext spring. by State Board of Education regu-
Cepyright,194T.United States Brewers Foundation
Hardy, an aircraft armorer Atotal of $2,757,147 was sentto
i Contact RACE & ftACE, ,INC., today. Write or phone for free first entered the AF in February, the 67 Florida counties this

55 estimates on your irrigation requirements. Aluminum irrigation 1942, spending, 27 months in combat week; $2,245,264 went for teachers
systems are light, strong and durable. Our RACEBILT irrigation in India during the war. salaries $138,002 for transporjta< i f t .

systems are serving over 20,000 acres In Florida today. tion, $324,189 for current expense, 1
3-inch 4-inch 5-inch. 6-inch and 8-inch quick locking pipe avail- "Faith Is The Victory" Is the and $49,692 for capital outlay. HONEY
able for immediate delivery: in limited quantity. Perforated or. theme of this year's 17th annual The next payment is due on November l
{ riser types for sprinkling. observance of Religious Education 15, English said.
No farm is too small or too large not to profit from controlled'" Week, which will beheld from 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any
irrigation. Designed and manufactured by Florida growers. September 28 through October 5 Promotion of R. L. Mansfield to quantity desire.
you may
I E: Racebilt Guaranteed Products and observed by religious organi- the position of Assistant General
zations throughout the United Industrial
Agent for the
k f i RACE AND RACE, INC. States and Canada.Subscribe Airline Railway with headquarter S A. J. (Bee Mm\ ) Boeitger r.

at Norfolk Virginia, has been an ,

4 I } WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA to The News nounced' by Dallas T. Daily the PHONE 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. BiC .::

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1 take pleasure i in 4ath'erbe4thngfFor
announcing our new line .
of Men's nationally famous Air-O-Magic Leather

q: Shoes with the patented hand moulded 'i innersoles .
for sheer feather-bedding this mock Where Will The Money Come From? increase. ..
fall and No '
winter.. '._,,-::. work proposal takes the cake. But it other course is er:n.
- f S is only one of 44 "rules" demands filed Where will all the money come fromto Railroads Do Not Run For <;
h pay these increases?They total .
'-- by the leaders of the operating unions. see Employes Alone __
If all these demands were granted eral times as much as the railroads Railroads are operated for the benefit _

f. -t. ASK. TO. SEE .THEM ., they would cost the railroads an added made in 1946 or will make in 1947. of not one, but several groups-ship
In A
July, the railroads filed .
-7 BILLION DOLLARS A'YEAR.Increased an application pers, passengers, employes, stockholders -.f'
1 ,. for increased freight rates to
3-- -;= and the general public., Tha<- :
: ::. t. close the which
.' .c., ," Wages, Too gap then existed be- interest of all must be served-and _

-t rf : On top of these "rules" changes, the tween wage and material costs, and that cannot be done unless the rail- .';.'.

... leaders of the operating unions: have railroad revenues. Since then it has Broads can operate efficiently.and economically .;;:: _

H: > ,t Raulerson'sDIPT.1 filed an additional demand for a wage creases been necessary'in wages, because and material of further', in-. and unless they are allowed ',: .
costs, to
increase of over 30 per cent. If granted, to earn sufficient avenue to provide .,.:
t :} : this would be an added cost to the'railroads supplement that petition and to the kind of transportation n service 3ts ::
ask for an additional freightrate t
'tj. )?}f' of$400,000,000 a year. country Mysr HAVE. --

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4'- fi Ile Clothe The Family Eaard has just granted a wage in*'
crease of 15 H cents an hour to the million .

employes represented by the 17 '" F
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l; non-operating' unions." will cost -' : _. '' S. fyS
the railroads $408,000,000 a year. *,:- ", .- VCs are publishing the and
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Friday, -Oct. .17, .1947.,_ THE OKEECHOBEE NLWS I :

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALE the point ut begianiBa Raving I .. I -. -. -
and 1 J and 3 shall h. far t' purpose of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO : cf HeniM'plB'Coanty. State of Ulan to ,
netke0thatTantler CONCERN: ,excepting. the right .of way of M ek "-lug three #'bu<*} tru-rrs for theenOyty SSLI. LAND ,
Trake toeS by rtr- ire of Seaboard Air Line R.n... wJe Fpntal Tax $tto.I I>" I the County Judge; of Okeeehobee Countrs -
tae of a D execution luetl out of the r Y'b&' and being iw Sectllou i.1 t.1<< \ ttfc er 1. falrh TclB becmecmt.tita : X. ts 1'lorida. at his office tn the courthouse r QUICK RELIEF FROM
that Por-
Jn- hereby streA .,
of the First
circuit Coort Township 37 8onth. Range 35 East vn JauwflT 1. TM. A ftrtherIurpow of said County at Okrw-hobe: --::
diclal Circuit of yiorld In and for i That rtaiB tract of land 1Jl31'1I of said elwii.iu is to dcterm "Sllt to SoeInn 11f'1tatftP 2(11't.' Florida within eight cuVndar moaths Symptoms: of DistressArislnzfrotnSTOMACH
(tkM bobc* County under date of RESERVED.;' lying South of Blocks '_: the amount of mlTbixe: to he Law' of .Florida A lurch Slat 1 (32. in the sum of Ten 196 and 1ST. as tilt same'la. shown OB pried la the RVWU created Special t? Chapter 11717Laws fFlorida. of this notice. Each claim or demand 1i
Thoueand and Twenty and frO-100 Plat of First Addition t9 the Town Tax School Ittetifet Naatber 1 for the Arts of 1931. u amended by"Section shall be in writing and shall state the ACID j
said execution be- 11. Chapter 3M3S. Law of DUETO EXCESS
(' .(j.aee.l* Offs PJ Okeechoheeaccording:: to plat fe- t.nAblA blett1It1am. t'fflrida Arts: of WL and aloe place of residence and post office address .
;lodgment la behalf \"Vf'flf'd In i'Ut nook pursuant -
Jog 2 at pg 21 of the claimant. and shall be BookTeBsofHomaTreatiaentthat
of CJ*. IHghs >th n. Okeechobee< of Florida. Yon Nothing
Acts of 1SW1. Must Help it Will Cost
I bare levied upon and i Florida. doeted in the or
Company. manner Ms
prescribed bJ"law attorney and ally Iut'hWm or
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ann-ii < hy Section 14. Chapter 2287
will Mil to the highest bidder for Lying and being Iu- Section 21 for holding sack elections and Laws of demand not so filed shall be Told. Over three million bottles of the WnJuRaTBXATMKNT :
Acts of 1943. ;
:5ri1 day of November. A. and
rash on the (mly the qualified totem as prescribedby hare been sold for relief of
Township S7 .
Soatfa. Raege 35 East.I 'vTtinn 44. 2trn!!. Laws of CLARASPLrD.,
Chapter :
the ley jral boors of saU,
within from Stomadt
I). lM7! law shall be entitled to rote in trmptoms of distress arising
ut the front door of the Court House I AU rights title, interest equity res- this election. Florida. Actit .t 1M1. as attended by As administrator of the Estate of and Dud nal ulcers due to Cues AcM-
af okwchobw County. Florid, the ierratktn*. rererKinits. mmeats. pow- Serti'ut1.. Chapter 220791 I.-w..t AXEL ASPLTND. Deceased. Peor Digestion Sour or Upset ,- .,
r"Uowln.r. described real estate. l.catf& i era pt vUe gt and franchises of every Any one desiring t* qualify as a Florida. Acts of IMS. ties following! Gassiness. ...art...., SfeB4.*s **s.ete
in the County of Okeerhob State i kind, ice of. to tinder over and upon candidate for Turstee moat file In the described bind in Ofceeebobee Couatr First publication September 1.:. 1W7.MACDILX. due to Excess Acid.Sold on 15 days' trial
Ot Florida to-wit: aU the trtp., parcels and every loan bounty Sapcriates>dcsfs Office mot Florida to-wit: Ask for"WUUrsT MctMsV* which fully
IVeluiilnjr at the Southeast Corner thereof of all the lands described and later than October 2oth. 1947. a petition Tfer at MC of So<-* :34 do; 35. ran ,N FIEI}D, Tampa, Fla. tntain., ibis Uentmeni-1e.
,,f Klrtfk: 161. T.)wn of Ofceeehobee reserved bv Okeeehobee Company In signed bv net less than'e fo! 4T'. E 35.8 chs. N 110 E iJG3 chs R -,
affording ti- Fiat '()f said town recorded the dedication of a plat embracing qualified roters. to POU : from POB X 77o E 4ST chs, Sept. 28 Staff Sergeant Merrill P.
In I'lat Book 2 at page 17. parts of Sections 13 16 21 and 22 of thtiKv tWo o2', E 85 chs. S 74o 1ST. Hardy today reenlisted in the U. PARK DRUG CO.
nubile reeordl of St. Lade County, Township SI South. Range 85 East according BOARD OF PCBLIC IXSTRUCTIOX.OKEECIIOBEE W 4.73 chs. N OOo oo', W 90S ells to
Florid and ran thence South TO feet t6 a Plat of Town of Okeecbo- COUNTY. FLORIDA Beg except Conner lly All being In S. Air Force far a period of three
more or 'leu to the South boundary bee. recorded In St. Lade County V A.1:. LIGUTSET. Chairman Sec 33 TWP 11 S Ege 35: E Coat Uat' years. Advertise in The News
line of North Park Street for a pointof Florida, In Plat Book 2, page 17. and ''. mere or less
beginning: Thence mn South 150 according to a plat of First Addition CARL T. DrRANCE. Superintendent win be offered for sale at public outcry
feet to the North boundary line of to the Town of Okeeehobee. recorded and Secretary.NOTICE for the highest and best cash bid. --
Booth Park Street thence run Welt In *st.-LUCie County Florida. In Plat subject (9 the right of the Board of I
500 feet to of Book at page 26. Commissioners of Everglades Drainage .J". It r fy
Florida Ea thCoaitt Hallway daht of Dated it Okec hol>H, Flartda. this District. aadr Board of County Com- ... -:. -
North said 80th day of OF ASS AL MEETING OFLAND nissionr of Okeechobee
way, t1 .I1C. run along September A. D. 194T.N County
right of way line 130 feet to the month O. STEW'ART. -OWNEH9 OF EAGLE BAT Florida to reject any and all bids at '
boundary line of North Park Street; Sheriff of Okeechobee i eCB-DRAIXACE DISTRICT the Ceun..... begialng at 1000
thence run East 200 feet to the pointof *7-Oct. 3, 10. 17, 24, 31. Florida. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that o'clock A. M. on the 27th day et Oc "
beginning. Lyior and being_ to Sec tober. 1M7. Easement for drainage
pursuant to can of the Board of bulervisor -
clone In and 21, TownshlD 37 south, 1 and reclamation and road purposes
([ of Eagle Bay .Dralnapo -
35 EastHeginnlng NOTICE OF ELECTION will be reserved. #
Range DUtrict. the annual of the
at the Ronthwettt Cornerof BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF I
Block 11#. Town of Okeeehobee. according NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that landowners of Eagle Bay SubDrainage I EVKBULADES DRAINAGEDISTIUCT
t9 plat of said town recorded an election win be held in each and District for the year 1W7 will beheld
IB the office of the County Com
every Special Tax School District of and
Book 2, 17. public records
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la f St. Lucle County, Florida and run OkfoE'ChobetCounty.. Florida. OB the 4tb .iiMdoDen' la the County Chart House BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
"throe '\'"I'llt.0. feet to the East bean day of November,,A. D. 1W7. twit: T Okeerhobee County. In the City of OF OKEECftOBEE COU Tr,
Okeechol Florida Fridav. (k to-
dary linot of Florida: thence East Coast ran North Railway J; (>el..l Tax School District No. One her 31. 19-1& at 2:00 P. Y.. Eastern I By
right way
said right of way line to Intersection tlertiou to- be held at the Cwuutr Court Standard Time for the purt.oe ef: MABEL IJArLEHSOX; SHEFFIELD
alone with the North boundary line i Hou e in Okeeehobee. Florida. The fol L Electing Supervisors for terms of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ofceerhvbee -
'lowing:' Clerk and Inspectors are tohold two (2) and three (S) years respectively \:
of Section Iff. Township 37' South, County Florida, as agent for -
Range 25 East thence run East 50 fert.thence said election: ;J. H. McCranie. ; I said Boards.
ClerkC.! \v. Walker, W. N. Gray 2. IteoHrlug annual reports and tab-
run Sooth to the point of be- By COXXIE: W. RAVLERSOX.
and K. II. Slugletary, Inspectors.pectaI iug sveh action with respect theretoas '
ginning. Baring and excepting the D.t.utv: Clerk.NOTICE
tbe 11I"' wu"'riI'may determine:
of cof Main Line of Seaboard JEWELER-
right way
$ Tax No. Two Mud I
School Ittetrtet -
LineHallway. Lying and beingin TO CREDITORS
dale 3. ..
election to bo held at the School Uoue Transacting such other bnelnecs
Section 1C. Township South\ t
In Ft. Drain. Florida. The following as may mane before the D e tiBg. ,
Mange Clerk ADd lllolil66l'8 are tA hold *1 JelMtlen BOARD OF PEKVISORS OF IN PROBATRN PRIOIO 107 N. ZND. SI: FT
*t the Southwest Corner : 31 rat Eatelie Lee. ClerVJ.. EAGLE. BAY SUB-DRAINAGE UE PIERCE. FLA.
of Itloek 149. Town of Okeechobee according 11. Tripp. F. W. Addison S. A. Ilair, DISTRICT.By : .
to plat ..f said town recordedIn Inspector Z. R. E1JW.um President
I'Ut Book 2 t.a"t11., public records TO ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS

of St. Lucle County, }Florida run j Special Tax School DUtrict N.. AGAINST HAVING CLAIMS SV1D ESTATE OR DEMANDS EXPERT WATCH, RING & JEWELRY
South 7U feet to the South NOTICE OF REDEMPTION :
thenee Three election to be held at the Grocery -
boundary Hue of North Park Street Store Building lit Ba rager. Flor OKEECHOBEE: COl'NTY. FLOE TOil and each of you are hereby notified REPAIRS
for a puiut of teglnalnjThence run ida. The following fleet and luspect- DA. ROAD AND BRIDGE REFCND and reqoiretl to present any
I.VG: BONDS: TO THE HOLDERS OF claims amid demands which YOU of
South 150 feet to the North boundaryline ors are to hold said election Henry
of South Park;;: Street, thence run Moan. Clerk Xeti l>urninre. Charles OKEECIIOBEE COl'NTY. FLORIDA mother of yon, may hare IlJrlflll.t the
East to the Western shoreline of Ono- Cuinplwii and ).IN. 111]H- lies ltaulersun. ROAD AND BRIDGE REFI'NDING: estate of Axrl AsplHad. deceased late
sobatrbve or Taylor Creek. thence lUlIPf.'C.'hU' BONDS.: ISSUE OF 1SHO.
NortbVrly. along &:I leI shoreline to a StRUSSO: B
point due East of i>olnt of beginning, With referen to Section tSIOJU, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
thence: run \Ve.t to I'uint of beginning Florida Statutes 11M1. aa unu-udt-d by the State Board Administration of eta
l.vliijr and bring in Section 15 Section 12, Chapter 2172<1 Acts of 1A47. the State of Florida surveyor to th.. ,
mid 22::: Township 57 South. Range S3 "()n and after January 1. 1W$"- allSchool Board of County ComiuiKSioners of
East.Beginning. District and all territory notiucudfd Okeecliebte CtMtuty Florida by virtue
in .h ..f Section 16 of Article IX of the
at a point on the North In School Districts ea
boundary line of Section 13. Township County of the State shall be consolidated Constitution of Florida, has elected to
iu each County into one School and does e-iercisv its option to call -Drive
37 South, Range :35 East due North Drainage Pumps --
Iff the Northeast Corner of Block 1 of District to lie known a* M'ECIAL TAX and redeem, on DECEMBER 1. 1917!
tlw- Town of Okewhobt-e according to SCHOOL DISTUICT M'MBEU J and the following described bonds to-wit : .
platt aaild! town recorded In I'Ut the boundaries of said 'Si>e< Ul Tax fl.WOO Okeeehobee Count Road and
> Number 1' shall becoextennlre Bridge Refunding Boiui -- Series Adited -
1'xiok 2, page 17. public records of St. Stbool l itrirt
Lurlo Conutv. Florida run thence with the boundarieis of June 1 J!>>O. due June 1. 197 lSerial l
South to the Northeast Corner of said I the County and subject to all generallaw No. 101 i :
lilock 1, thence run Southerly along relative to school districts. IflXKH) Okeechoboo Couni.v Road and ,
the Eastern boundary of Blix-ktt 1. Iti. Bridge Refunding Bond-< 17.525531.: : :51. 52: 53 K: S3 84 115 116 I. Three trustees for acid 'Si><-cial Tax dated June 1. 1940, due June 1 1'JTO. ,
and 117 of said Town of Okchobce. school District Number: 1" shall be Serial No. S3.
to the North-East Corner of Fractional I ejected by the qualified elector of This notice has been filed with the
lUock Its of lIaM Town vf Okee- said County; at the time aud place prescribed paying ajreat. Manufacturers Trust By and See Us.
bolHv: thence run East to the Wet I by or fixed pursuant to law; Company, in the Clt) of New York,
era fch,,rellne of Onovobatehee or Taytor ,.I' but not more than one trustee! shall New York. .
Creek thence run Southerly alongthe ,r .ioe from any one rexidvucv district '
said western shoreline of iv>id for which a county board member isprutiWed The holders of the ibove d''aerihetbonds Also General Machine Work-Electric and Acetylene Welding .
notified to presentthe
Creek to Interxwtlwii with the South for by law. TbtPt"nJ U8 are hereby ,
boundary line of Section 15 Aforenaldthence 11 qualified to hold such office and who sasie.with all Interest coupons attaehed
to the said paying agent whi'n /
ruu Kdst to the Kastern aborelne r<'(fi\! th" jjrn.jtest nuujber of rout
will be made at plu-
of said UnoJlObatf'be-e or Tayter cast for *JecloM of tnstiexnbjwt redemption par
(Crwk thence Northerly' along .ndICtfttern j tv the limitation prescribed above. accrued Interest on the date nam..tJtowit
ahorellitf of said 'reek to Intersection shall serve fur the entwine two yearsas : DHCEilBER L aft.iwhich
with the North boundary tr tHt>H>. for said school di rlrt." date,; said bonds will trace tllbt'u' WRIGHT PUMP CO.
Hue of TtJon 15 aforesaid thence Said election la oath of the said8pecIal I
ran 'I'lit slung aid Section flue. to Tax f'ho Districts Numbers STATE BOARD OF ADM1NISTUATIO. .

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1' :' Utilization of Feed By BAUKHAGE able to prove that cancer cells.eaa" I
News-f.u:1I1MUl: Commentator.r a be killed without destroying !
:. Profits From Dosage I tissues said Dr. E. V. Cowry 1 1
: are some more notes from
of the fourth
" : president interaatioc I
; -;: Evidence that tonics and stimulants porter's notebook (of
course, reporters don't really I cancer research congress. '
.=.<.,' r. ; are as effective for livestock notebooks-they write on whatever is handy-this is a That the rate of cancer groom
i and poultry as they !i:
;.: at the United.Nations. can be modified has been !
t tor humans is PfOte.1
'.; are contained in Some of the people who are reading this column attended .. by the work on hormones and
research -
.' conducted the United Nations. I think I recognized some of you. It was hard to docrine glands. But it hasn't beta: .
I because so many nations felt this session was so Important that PRESIDENTS Unusual Indeed Is a pic proven that cancer cells can be selectively .
H J i i by Washington station.A .experiment brought much larger staffs than ever before. These "extra" of the United States chatting with a predecessor killed: Dr. Cowdry aaJd.iti.

\ .. the couldn't sit in the seats reserved for delegates, nor the news here was the naming by President Tru Dr. Cowdry; a resident of SI

M.' t ii! experiment year ago station so_they were_ given.seats ordinarily handed out to the uublic. & Hoover to the chairmanship of a> 12-man Louis summarized the work of"the)>

:i started. xeea-- for tnose or you wno stayed nome a plans for reorganizing the federal government congress. He said the greatest steps i J
a and listened to the radio read the
or the debates taken by the experts who
Ing trial with four for listeners in came here
of Hereford reports in the paper-well, what im- countries. from countries throughout the vorldlwere
heifers (six in each pression did you get? The establishment of the, International -!
Your French. Spanish Chinese !
impression is highly important -
Cancer Research
group). One group as rn try to point out later. Russian sections of the radio commiuicntand '
(serving as a con- sion expressions of the reaIiz&tiClli-:
There this are preparing to
was. and is. danger
'.,, irou was ted a basal grain ration adaptations that the fight against cancer rep
which of one of the U. N.
Trygve Lie secretary general Conservation
; consisting of barley, cats beet pulp --- __._ of the United grams which will be ; quires an all-out world-wide offenfciv
peas and bran. Nations. transcription to stations *. .
The other three had the relay the Likens Drive to War.
groups pointed out in a original broadcastThe
t same grain ration with these additions speech which I two services; most Shakes U.N. Nobodv thinks a war can t,. :

: Lot 2. Fowler's solution (18 stirred an the layed because of the high fought b1'-people doing what 12;,';;

", grams arsenic trioxide per 1.000 delegates who .of reception, are those in able and as they see fit in t n.
pounds of grain); lot 3. 300 grams heard it (and you to Latin America) and in they can spare from their re :

f of nux vomica per 1,000 pounds of t, too. I imagine. if The programs all carry the J Income Disparities"Real I Job," he said. -
grain; lot 4. 2 pounds thiouracil per : M you were listen- news on work of the assembly "Yet that's what happens In esa'cer

1,000 pounds of grain. ing) when he sum other United Nations bodies frame the research. Probably not more '
During the first two weeks of feeding ', marized it after- views with delegates will not income" of wage and salary than 1 or 2 per cent of researcberss -: E
talks recorded as meat earners continues to drop while from 44 nations at this
: the heifers getting nux vomica ward over the excerpts congress
': (lot 3) gained 3.8 pounds per head j ',\ ABC network. speeches in debate and short so often farmers' income still Is rising; it have been able to spend all their::;#
: daily; those getting Fowler's aolui Lie said: tures. has been revealed by a monthly Investors time on the problem. 5

I. i lion 2.8 pounds; those getting thI- "the peoples of a of Presi- Syndicate survey of purchasing "We should work night and day.

\ s }! ouracil. 2.4 pounds; control animals the world and As the bickering and food com- power. "Real income" is the re- seven days a week but the prob-_ ;:.

t only .6 pounds. During the following Baukhare many govern- ism increased at the current ,. heralded lationship of revenue to the cost of lem is that 90 per cent of the cancer*-

two-week period nux vomica ments as well. and it became clear that by calling on living. workers can't expect an assured, ";;

steers gained 4.1 pounds; Fowler's I are shocked frightened and discouraged in the United Nations was I cut their Wage and salary earners now future"in it for more than two years *-

: solution 3.1; thiouracil, 3; con- to find that those same undermined the importance of items, have only about 96 cents of buying ahead. .
n i trot 3. 'nations which created the United work of the agencies distributing of Dr. Cowdry..said a comparison cf -.--
for each dollar
i: As the weeks went by, the average Nations so openly disagree." He formation concerning the topics while power farmers have approximately year ago this congress with the three previous ;

t' daily gains for all groups came called for a rebirth of the "San cussed by the general assembly disclosed $1.09. sessions revealed "tremendous '.
closer together. Here are the rates Francisco spirit*' the spirit whichwe came more and more evident. Europe this advancements in research tools
of gain for the four groups at the all felt in those hopeful days reason was this: It became as 800 mil- At the same time the biggest such as radioisotopes. now availablefor

j end of 14 weeks: Controls (no when the United Nations was born.A more that cause of the wage earners' problemis foreign research and electron

stimulant), 2.35 pounds; Fowler's solution colleague of mine,' a most re- ,earlier. the sharp rise in the price of microscopes.Dr. .
strained and thoughtful commentator food. The average family now pays Ignacio Millan of Mexico City
.. 2.6 pounds; nux vomica, 2.? to cut '
t pounds; thiouracil Z5 pounds. (Pauline Frederick with con- more than$1.31 for the same amountof chairman of the executive committee ;
siderable experience here and requir- food that a dollar bought a year of the newly established rev'
t The cost of feed per pound of in a It also for each dol-
abroad) told me something which is ago. pays $1.06 search commission said formation --
I weight gain was lowest in the nux if fol f,
lar on rent. $1.18 to the 1946 dollar
;1 worth repeating. She was interview of the commission "is a new link in "
f vomica group. That is. they made traditional for clothing and for miscellaneous
S ing Eleanor Roosevelt at a luncheonat fff4 $1.23 international cooperation in general
better use of feed than the others. V: the platter
1 Hyde Park. Whatever you may expenses. and a sign of a re-birth of hope in
think of Mrs. Roosevelt's domestic "This continued divergence be- the battle against cancer..
rI politics you must know in what high tween farm and city buying power" The congress authorized the creation
I KNOW YOUR BREED regard she is held as a member of cheaper the survey pointed out "indicatesthat i of the commission which Is to _

't V British Per :heron the American delegation to the serve too a serious unbalance may i be supported by government funds. _
>> United Nations. threaten the stability of our econ-
meat Told to Go
By W. J. DRYDEN ; Ahead. ,
wheat omy. A close balance is essential.
My colleague asked her if her The commission consisting of one. I ,
i. The British Percheron. like the heart weren't heavy over the RECOGNITION: member from each country represented ,-r..

$. American Percher on. originally was world situation today. X haven'ther TRYGVE LIE possibility at the congress to serve for ',.

imported from the La Perche province exact words here but Mrs. ". San Francisco spirit of meat- Playing SafeNot three years was directed to "ad- V ;

....... near Normandy, France. Roosevelt replied in the nega in the size as a gesture of approval but vance our knowledge of cancer by '::.
First used extensively during tive. She said ffc had expectedtoo that under the present structure be put into rather as a means of keeping informed 'clinical, experimental or otherr
much too soon from the Unit- the United Nations where a no"I of internal developments did means." V ':
: World War I. the demand for this ,
t type of draft horse was so great ed Nations. And then she went onto mous agreement on the part of the United States grant fun diplomatic Dr. Cowdry was recommended for <:
point out what so many of major powers before major recognition' to the Commu- appointment as United States representative ...

the delegates have said namely could be taken is required the nist-dominated government of Bulgaria. on the commission. The

r that faulty and Ineffective force behind the whole idea is I congress proposed that Dr. W. U. T

I as the United Nations may be,, force of public opinion. V Robert A. Lovett U. S. acting Gardner professor of anatomy at {,

'r It Is far better than nothing As this is being written the of secretary of state said that the action Yale university, be his alternate.
i now many times have I.heard tion of the report of a committee of that meant neither that this country Both recommendations were made .,
that from even the most cynicalof tele-communications is being U. S. and approved nor condoned "certain re- subject to confirmation by the Unit-
the reporters and observers skirm N ;:'
cussed. The plans envisioned by cent actions of the Bulgarian goy ed States government
i here men on the United Nations ernment" The commission will become part "
; realize the importance of shall suc- of the union Internationale Contre .,;
l As the New York Times re- Although he did not say so. Lovett .
ening the on the se Cancer and the
opinion-forming force replaces
'' marked in a recent editorial "ItCaD.not obviously referred to Bulgaria' execution
the represent- .
be stressed too often that organization are not too of Nikola Petkov leader of
diose to be Slav bloc Dr. nKflan said the commission ,
practical but
they do
i I the struggle brought to a head in the opposition to the Communists.Previously '
this session of the general assemblyla volve expenses which make wants the would meet in 1948 at a site to be ;
f i not against the Soviet Union but completion uncertain. Nations of an inte recognition of the Bul- selected later. Tentative offers have '>.
FOR the-United Nations." The most world are all feeling the pinch have garian government was withheld on been made' by :Mexico. Turkey and
I Percheron exhibited U. S. the grounds that the pro-Soviet regime
at British and
t poverty there is a strong India.
striking thing the editorial added.is .
t Percheron: Horse is not had been elected unfairly: but ;
show fusion. to cut expenses.A .
> "the determination of the
11 I I Cambridge.that does now the U. S. felt that it was more
I i Nations (that survive.means the member part of the telecommunications important to have an embassy In Russia Reassembles Big 0-

t ; by 1918 the British Perch Cron nations) to a plan was a radio the affair the country to protect American in- German Optical Works
If Horse society had been formed to which would dispense terests there.LITTLE '
I; J encourage the breeding of Perche- One strong phenomenon which GpopHr' world news for all the world.To Yalta BERLIN.-Russia Is reported to
f a to person not too well acquaintedwith Soviet be
t Tens for agricultural work. the ways of such gathering is the show you how well the mea United Na- : reassembling Germany's world-
t ; The color of the British Percheron friendly and entirely normal manner in efforts along those lines Ukraine Less Coal famed Zeiss optical works In five

Is gray or black with little white. which the delegate to the United Nations have succeeded I was told one. separate units scattered from Len-
J ; Stallions are a minimum of 18 who attack each other on the rostrum the radio liaison division There is little or no hope springIng ingrad to the Urals according to
i I i hands 3 inches tall with mares allowed consort in the corridors and even the Russian reporters to get in they collective breast of official Information filtering back from German
: 2 inches shorter. lounges provided in the two buildings happened Washington that the coal short workers.
i which now temporarily: house the executive you know work for newspapers Both the age this winter can be averted. (Recent reports Indicate that the
council and the which are under a intense-
assembly Current Russians have
estimates place coal embraced a patternof
t respectively.. That nothing new to people censorship which permit like to lose pro
V who have which doesn't duction as running several million industrial decentralization as a
covered news
t Keep Them Healthy I congress. suit merged
needs have begun to ask Communist tons a month behind exports and defense scheme In the event of '

t I i Dispensing of NewsIs Items Issued by the United Nations a to domestic consumption. principally atomic warfare with much of their
To reduce lamb and sheep losses because they sop because of the coal car shortage. production system sheltered in the
are so
? Vital to U. N. the two
t t from dogs and wolves use truck 'so objective that no one This has resulted in winter stockpiles vastnesses of the Urals.)
; t flares placed In holders pn top of The longer I serve' covering these accuse them of containing depreciating Instead of grow The Information about Zeiss was

.t steel posts driven Into the ground. meetings, the more I realize that for any one nation.,propaganda trig as they normally would.It sent back to Germany in letters by

; i Sheep learn to gather near the the most important of all the told Roose- was hoped at first that some relief some of the 300 German researchers
flares at night. Wolves and dogs groups not excluding: the delegates The men on the staff of the Ukraine would come when winter weather and technicians whom the Russians -

t i are kept away by the flicker: of the themselves are those which serve Nations are not all perfect. be repre stops or curtails road-building took along to the Soviet union
flame! and the odor. to dispense the news and information are a number of weak sisters. "internal and construction thus permitting diversion when they dismantled the plant at

; #f concerning the United Nations.It on.the whole it is surprising to old poli of sand and gravel cars to J'ena, In Thuringia for reparations.The .
t1 If DDT fails to control flies around would be Impossible of able the to develop majority of them has : "inter the coal fields. However a railroad workers wrote that the Zeiss

; the barn it's probably because there course for enough people te point an attitude a whose world-wide spokesman said the diversion of machinery had suffered substantial

f i'! are manure piles or old strawstack visit the sessions to affect pab- icy is based on world whole for one such cars would do nothing but off- damage from exposure to weather

i: i. bottoms nearby. These breeding Do opinion greatly. But many; and the perpetuation of yet to set a normal 10 per cent drop In and from other causes in the long
j !: places can turn out flies faster than the people who do come go back peace. Nations railroad efficiency in winter. hauL "
DDT can kill them.
\ with a message which stirs
t great Interest In the organization Britain Is Second Nation
V": Blackhead of turkeys Is caused in their communities. Proofof SAME AS IN 500

i V by an organism that is carried by this Interest was containedIn With Working Atomic Plle-

t' cecal worms. Fhenothiazine is effective the report of the secretary LONDON. Britain has become
V In removing these worms general. Lie when he said that the second nation in the world
from chickens and turkeys. Many Information had been Pacific with .
seat oat Raft a working atomic pile.
turkey raisers now give phenothiazine and other steps taken In cooperation on The first nuclear fission plant at

t ": in the mash every three or four with a thousand meeting Dr. Thor Heyerdahl. Harwell, 12 miles south of Oxford,
; weeks to prevent outbreaks of black. In the past year. cry I only 9 miles; but that "we always has begun ticking.:
head. enthnologlst and the 4,300- moved westward." The raft was 43 The United Kingdom' first atomic
A But gist had a theory that the first Humboldt feet
.: VS more Important than any long and J8 feet wide-a vir- pile Is called "Gleepgraphite
N Farms Use Six Times thing else are the actual reports of nesians were blue-eyed blondes tnafly Infinitesimal' craft on which low energy experimental: pile) and
: press and radio direct from one or floated over to their Pacific as he to cross the vast sweep of the was bunt primarily for experimentsIn
.Us Many Tires as _City the other of the two headquarters, lands from South America on route to [ Pacific. nuclear physics.

The typical: Midwestern'Amerlc an or as a result of the many interviews in about the year 500 A. D. I With true scientific objectivity the The pile Is the first of three
farm has six times' with members the permanent his theory. men ate a little
;; as ,many rubber What he dld'about proving everything that planned by Britain. .
/ % tires on its rolling stock as a one- secretariat. theory now is history. He and the Jour came their way during: the courseof The United Kingdom has announced

: ) ,car city-dwelling family: a survey Here is. what iheyjve; done with party of six men built: have been the journey fish,. small crabs no plans for making
I !: "conducted by B. F. Goodrich com radio 'alcnet a primitive raft of bamboo and when the" that walked "oar"the ocean seaweed bombs 'or atomic weapons at.V any '

pany' indicates. The survey covered Daring the general assembly wood climbed aboard and set and plankton. Plankton was described of the three. ,

105 farms in a representativeagricultural" the radio division of the depart selves adrift at Callao.. Peru.Exact1) balsa said it as a semi-microscopic sea Like that of the United States the .

: county In niinois. ment of public information will 101 days later the wood life both'an1ma1' 'and vegetablewhich first Harwell pile works with a uranium .' ,

'. and disclosed an average of 32 pneumatic broadcast for 12 hours a day, tific group drifted ashore on ; was' like shrimp paste" base. :
-. '- rubber tires per farm. From while visiting radio commentators raft the Kan-Tiki at Raroia Cost of the-expedition/estimated Other countries reportedly planning ;.
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f: '/CAROLYN TAYLOR looked at :But today as lshe looked at her that I ,.'
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delightful self in '
the.mirror it was with ; &
'length mirror then gave her reflection not to dream; It was with a plan for it. ?
J" a smiling little nod of approval.
" The smile was justified. Her mirrored action. She was back in New York a

- : image showed a lovely young liter an absence of two years. TL1'
,. ders => '0 :
'woman of thirty-two who looked Nearly every Spring since her marriage :

, hardly more than twenty-five-vivid, she had made the trip, and I 1

,s :well dressed confident She was had ,always stopped off for a brief eyes ; r H

'more charming more desirable than wait In her old college town. This
no ) !
,'the pretty young Carolyn of eleven time she was planning to follow the not I

;' :years before when She finished col- lame course but with what a difference wisps ',' .

, lege. !:One of her old school friends ; ..,.
That was the Carolyn who all her had written her last year that Lee ; "?'

; 'MIlior year at college, had to keep Townehad,returned to their alma life

:reminding herself'that this was mater,,to direct the research work have ; L

'earth she lived on and not really: there. So Lee was back and Carolyn Pattern No. 7032 .
heaven as it seemed because of

;tee. Lee who was tall and lean

\with intent blue eyes, and delight- q'r A LITTLE embroidery goes a

.[fuHy( unruly hair. Lee who loved long way toward beautifying
treasured the Four kitchen! Look-what simplefossstitchl
:her and secret of their
engagement. Lee who was so sweet : Look-what gay designs
for towels!
about wanting to present her to the e .
\ a beautiful surprise after
Here's embroidery youngsters love to
:'Commencement. Not even his to! Pattern 7032 has transfer of 8 motifs
,adored older brother had been lean about Stt by 7>'a inches.
Our Improved pattern visual witk
secret Commencement
the time
,on tasy-to-see charts and photos. and complete
was to be the climax of everythingthat directions-makes needlework easy.
seemed important to her. Due to an unusually large demand and
with 4 Tturent conditions, slightly more time inmost
Commencement still
Then in fining orders lor a few of too
three weeks away, it happened. Just popular patterns. .
Lee the final I'1 Send your order to:
after passed examinations
AND LIGHT FOR BRITONS The tall stacks of Baitersea.
for his doctor's degree, be was plant near London loom over huge coal stockpiles which it '.

offered an extraordinary chance to said, will assure domestic British consumers of sufficient gas and Sewing Circle Needleeraft Deptiii .
do the very research work that he W. Randolph SL Chicago SO, EL
daring the winter months without rationing. Enclose 20 cents for pattern. 1
most wanted-a unique chance for No

"an unmarried man.prepared to devote -1
Name _
at least five years to the proJ-
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Carolyn remembered how honor- w qy.'S'

able Lee had been in breaking the

'news to her. He might have let their

engagement continue he told her;

Abe might have kept on seeing her Helps keep meon
deceiving her about their prospectsfor

marriage, putting it off, or s '
promising to marry her at the end I on Carolyn not really had heaven.was to keep. reminding I my feet!
of the five years. But he did not con-

sider,that the'right thing to do. No
going to see him. Accidentally, nJh
it was only the part of a gentleman "
of course. She had it all planned. force DId folks
', sat many
to ten her that it was best to break
off. She was not to feel hurt there There would be a casual drifting about good! tasting
other his about the campus in her flattering
was no girl. Just career. '
He put anguish into Carolyn's heart new Spring suit lingering over a she SCOTTS EMULSION

but. managed somehow to impressher table in Crorton House where everybody -
with the difficulty of his own dropped in at tea time. Then Thousands of happy
folks know this Good-
part in the scene. Even in the pain when Lee appeared-Carolyn had tasting Scott's Emulsion
and shock of losing him, Carolyn this part rehearsed in her mind- The helps yon ward off eolds-helps yon
told herself that Lee was the finest ret wen fsster-and helps you keep
she would give just the right look of poise color strong when your diet aeeds
person she had ever known. pleased surprise just the right degree up _natural A4D Vitamins I&.tt'.U
That belief had never left her. a HIGH ENERGY FOOD TONIC-
of invitation to remember. Lee wing
Three years later she married Jefferson rich in..t.r.ZA&D Vitamins
would see what he had missed all 'J
and enerry-boQdinx natural
Taylor a big broad Westerner -
these years. What would happen oil. Try itl See how well roe
done in shades of brown. She after they met-what did she want of "L""iG PARIS CONFERENCE REPORT One of the most Im feet Easy to take and digest.Economical. .
sometimes felt a slight disdain for to' happen? That Carolyn did not and far-reaching documents to be produced in 1917 was the .Bay today at yew

Jeff's substantial size, rememberingLee's quite know and she stopped shortof stressing the need for emergency aid, of the 16-nation Paris << drug store

aristocratic slenderness. but trying to decide. This was to be was of Western European countries. Here Ernest Bevin British MORE than lust atonic-
she repressed the thought. Lots of an adventure.The a minister signs the report. At left is Duff Cooper. British am- powerful nourishment
fun. Jeff was. and with a practical Such to France and at right is Herve Alphand of France.
mind for business that made them adventure proceeded as if
to acted from a well prepared script. SCOTTS EMULSION
enough money enjoy a pleasantly been thi&r
luxurious life.. She ,loved,Jeff of Carolyn chanced into Crofton Houseat
tea time. Two men at a nearby ENERGY rox/t
course. But there was a part of herself from
section of table stared at her with obvious ad-
that she withheld one !
her heart and mind walled off,.that miration; they were younger faculty
would always belong to Lee. members that she did not know. ous You Can Be a Partner

She never spoke to Jeff of this Then somehow without the fan- late \: \ Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
reservation. Only In secret did Carolyn fare of trumpets that would have rush :

now and then open the door on seemed fitting to her there was Lee "

,that precious' might-have-been partof in the doorway. Without glancing TOfPOST-WWBtfTEMOTir
her and .take it out to dream around he went to a table straight

over. ahead. He passed so near to Carolyn you 666 COLD TABLETS

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34 Exists and constant breese flows up the face of the rock returning to your
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the in witness whereof the
37 Dance any light object tossed over edge, make you feel nerroua. Irritable.so .
step .OWl: lady In the photo flings her kerchief into the air and it returns weak and tired out-at such time*
39 Note of scale r---r 60
57 Then do try Lydia E.Flnfcham's Vegetable -
40 Gratuity 15. 56 that a lace-trimmed .boomerang. Compound to relieve such sjmptoma. -
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44 PlaCe 64sr ,..-......... .:.:. Pinkbam' Compound belpa
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11 Being
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64 American 59 High priest aDd
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17 Relating to Ixci s RasENRA ,
1 '" 1 Profession- of the ear ONE ANENS and 4z I rhsusatie suy;pains.site keadackMbnttiaK ._..-. NcbcM diaad..a4Leeasss

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:.. 4 To .sheaU be M dasbt that present
transmit Beverage, S Nox tr..
to wiser thaavMfiscc.
. {:' 5 To provide 38 Commencement RELIC N5RO her ', -;- : :; '- .'.. treatsseat fee*'. JSBa. X* is tettwV w y est a;
Y .. kae maUyvwU -,
food girL Congressmen ndictae flat wtm s pjareral
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of taste EDI DfAaaR 'York 'turned their attention aave bMe 5,1.4...tastDOAN ->
"if x, '7 Slang: vim 41 Sense probe ef high prices in the New are* sissyDys'e 4lq......
S : : !Girrs name 43 Encore timidly to the fine feathers ef the lordly male. Robert A. Seidel .
:t;:: 'Relating to 45 In high ER is left), vice president of a retail store chain displays a pair .f men's'
l-.e" :'' the rigntaand spirits ate ..rta .. Sen. Raymond E.Baldwin (Be*. Cm.) (left)' and Kep. SPILLS

Y 47 GoY term "rIM a4t Rick (Eep. 'Pa.).'SeUel said these items were no mere a-

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: '2-. ::_ "T,.._,. "'!'-..,. .,',, ?-,,..,.. Friday.Oct.-171947"" ,

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Where To ) .j\\'" WhereTo

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/'; I County Commissioners Mabel R. Sheffield, Clerk's

T '. Continued from' Coat-Sept. _... 87.78
( Page 1)
= Joseph W. Yale
: :or. 0. Stewart. Attend. Co.
Electric Service & RepairCo.Electrical
3, 2, 4 15.93 Comm. Meeting _. B.CO

YATES FUNERAL HOMEFort Contracting and Motor Repairing Standard Fuel Diats.011 Serv.4, 2, 5,1 Sta. 17.70 Dr.Serv.F. P.to MaupaJ Prisoner, Prof._ ..9S

Phone 155 X P. Camp Labor Dlat. 3 13.75 AGRICULTURAL FUNDC.

Pierce Fla. Knights Serv Sta. Fuel &
R. Boyles Sal. ; Exp.
C. L. Strickel, Manager Dist. 4, 3, 2 _....._ 28.97 .
': Co. Agent
E Phone 789 -
Phone 789 Payroll Dist. 2, Labor 245.50
Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla., Payroll Dist 2 Labor 17.25T.
: i Ambulance Service C. L. Box, Sal. Service
Prompt W. Conely Jr. Bal. due Officer _. 110.00
in Condemnation of
.. Hw. 59 250.00C. .
of Pub. Inst. Bal.
E. Smith, Lumber _
on Gymnasium 14,000.00City
,. .STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen Dist. 1 _n 28.80 of Okeechobee, Dona-
0. K. Garage and Machine Service Okeechobee Hdw. Co.
: tion ,___._u____ 1000.00
Supplies Dists. 3.I 10.95
General Fund, transfer 7,878.82There
; : DODGE AND PLYMOUTH 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 Okeechobee Motor Co.,
being no further businessthe
..' Sales and Service Parts Dist. 3, 2 16.35 Board adjourned.
Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen Nix Service Station, Tire
till 8:00 P. M. Repair Dist 1 1.15
y Phone 92-Night Phone 92 Domer Machine Shop,
E. DRAWDY, Chairman
: Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances Repairs and Service all makes Radios and Pull Bar on Car, __ 17.32

, 7 Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio Paul Robbins. 3 .. ._,___SuppliesDist. ___ 1.40I. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conrad
J Batteries and Batteries.BOOKBINDING and daughter of Ft. Pierce spent
"We Service Them All' Flashlights M. Martin Pilling Dist 4 5.00
i Sunday in Okeechobee with his
A. Creel Labor Dist 5 11.00
mother Mrs. Ella Conrad.
Standard Oil Co. Fuel
Dist. 3, 2. 4 __ 123.34 Haynes Williams, who is attending

BRING.YOUR Payroll Dist. 1, 2, Labor 249.25 University of Floridaat
Winthrop Watson Legal Gainesville, spent last weekend
X Services __. ._ 25.00 in Okeechobee with his parents.
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i Supplies _. 12.35J. spending the week-end at
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W. Ellerbee Labor 5.50
'. Scharf&chert Bros. Sup- John Whidden and Elphia Harden

F TOOkeechobee J. O. COWGER AT THE plies Districts 4, 2 ___ 20.15 were more home boys attending
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Florida State College who spent
f OKEECHOBEE NEWS ._ Game & Fresh Water Fish the past week-end in Okeechobee,
News Comm. Costa In Case arriving Friday afternoon and
No. 2941,2942, 2956 '24.25 leaving Sunday afternoon. '-

H Witness Payroll, Fall
Term Co. Court 1947 8.40 The new Everglades National ;;-

0 IN BUYING PROPERTY Burgess Supply CompanyEshelman Mary tion Schulman Fees-Sept.Convic-_.__. 200.00T. Park December will be 6.officially The dedication dedicated crys-on 'r.

W. Conely, Jr. Docket talizes a dream of 20 years.An im- "

!' OR BE Red Rose Guam. Feed Fees-Sept. _. 32.00 pressive ceremony is being ar- =
I' First Shipment will arrive Oct. ls.th-
PREPARED BYi' Second Shipment will arrive Nov. 15th

L 3 'Okeechollee Abstract Company Baby Chicks SIMPLE PROBLEM SOLUTION! TO PERPLEXING .. }-

J. L. BARBER, Manager Tuesdays and Fridays '
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; _. This free authorita. t 3
j live book tell how to 1
; SeeOKEECHOBEE solve your winter ;
,1 fieatingproblem- ,

: 1: MOTOR CO. with efficient economical =
\ oil heating systems. .
; Get your '(
Ii'" today at your dealers' Ri

::: : j; FOR U. S. TIRES Complete Home Outfitters -or our office. .J l

: I :1; Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service flORID tali} i t.GHl mAD

; P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. ...,a 1
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F il. Hair Cuts-Shaves '

". i'i,., ".', Phone .95 Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages :': Phone 60-2 For Appointment 1.

Okeechobee Florida
k? : Loyd Tomlinson, Owner Owned and Operated By
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; Gilbert Gulbreth '

1 Ranges, Hot Water Heaters Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON 1

y Bendix, May tag. Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze BATTERIES, TIRES AND TUBES DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
a ; r >, # boxes. Wayne water softeners, RCA; Zenith. Strofnberg- Carlson UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY '1
radios Johnson Outboard Motors Onan Llghtplanfe, Berkeley
water pumps. Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4

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

Phone 156 Pickup and ,
.. .- Delivery II"H
$3 .
East Side.Package %.
Gulf Station Paul D. Bobbins Owner
; ',. .- Wrecker Service In Curing and PHILCO North Park
That Good Calf c... :
Store GULP' PRIDE- OIL 24 Hours a Day Smoking Meats :

Also wholesale and AUTHORIZED .. .;
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,:'," ALTO'SHOTEL GAS-OIL-GREASING Retail Cuts. :'SERVICEULMER Uq1lora 'wine Cordial.
L r-?,f,;," EAST OKEECUOBEE. '. ',. TWIN ,OAKS Next Door To All Night -
STATE BOAD'r-Q. 8 la The Heart Of Town THOMAS PKG. CO. '. .f '
All Night Cafe StationPRONE353
c.: PUONE 393.1Y. Weekly Dally Rates .:EZEU. ;,

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