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 24, 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 )
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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. 23

:- Okeechobee, Florida: Friday, Octt' 24, 1947
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Gt. C'._ lli'liers Woman's Society Of

; TriMact Christian Service- Ob- Rep. Hendry And Met Wesleyan At The Service Home Guild of Emergency Offices West Palm leach .

IKMCSS served Week of PrayerThe Sheriff Stewart Mrs. J. M. Roe, Sr. I
Approved Request For the Necessity

JiIsgI1srss! .i. Woman's Society of Chris- The Wesleyan. Service Guild

tian Service observed the Week of Attend Meeting held its regular business meetingat Equipment For Okeechofa
Prayer Hospital j
with an interesting: program ; the home of Mrs. J. M. Roe, Sr. ,.
The Board of County Cominisoner at the Methodist Church Tuesday, October 14 at 8:00 P. M. ". -

,. Chapman, to tine the Child Tuesday afternoon. Representative W. J. Hendryand In addition to the regular bust* .WOMAN'S CLUB WILL HOLD S. H. McDougald-, chairman of i}
L :Tlorlda,:a.t In regular Mrs.. E. sheriff N. O. Stewart represented f
session T. Standifer
on was leader ness transacted the sale of Christ- HALLOWEEN DANCEAnnouncement the Hospital Board here and Dr.
Monday, October Okeechobee at the held i
e and meeting
194T at some
8:00 interesting
: talk wire with Mis. D. Chomas Disaster Rep- Leon S. Elienman received the
J.M.. Civen. Mr. at Wen Palm Beach Monday which was made this in. ;
H. Hunt
discussed mae card: and wrappings was dis formation Monday that the Ea
Present the Work h4nr was called by Governor Millard I week that the Okeechobea Wo. r- ;
were: Commluloneri C. aeen.w11.heA" cussed Each year this Circle sells genes Office in Wilt Palo Beach .
E.' The l1- Caldwell. The tmrnote of the meetIng man's Club will give HalloweenDance ,
Djawdy National a
Chairman <
O. J. Chap. for Christian cards and wrappings using the had approved their request for the -
manM. .L. Workers at Kansas 1010.1 was to learn Just how much at the Woman's Club Build I
Mobley, R. M. Darrence. City, money to promote their missionarywork. necessary hospital equipment to
: W F. Walker; Attorney T. Mrs. O. L. Hunt told of the, workat I damage had been done to the ing Friday night, October 31. The operate the Okeechobee Hospitalwith. ,

w. Conely. Jr., Sherltf Hwa Nan College in Foochow people of this section by the recent i dance will begin at nine o'clockIn .
N. 0. Stewart Those present for this meetingwere In advising them that. !>,.
and ,Clerk, Mabel China Mrs. H. H. Raulerson discussed hurricane and flood. I the evening.The --- -
Sheffield. Raulerson A representative group from all I Mrs. Paul 'Robblns, Mrs. request had been approved they did 1
Scarritt College for Chris proceeds from the dance
of the flooded Ralph Faglie, Mrs. Conrjne Burde- .not say when this equipment could
The tian Workers at Nashville, Ten- area was on hand will be used for the benefit of the be
minutes of the meeting held and listened shaw, Mrs. R. U. Danford,' Miss expected.
September 30th nessee and Sirs. D. R. McNeil explained :- to the many suggestions Alice Bass newly organized Woman's Club. The j
were read Miss list of
and ap_ for the relief of this section. Sylvia Bass Mrs. equipment that was
proved. opportunities offered Upon their return Mr. Hendry Merle Raulerson Mrs. Dreese. asked for composed practically,all
by the
; Upon motion of Commissioner helm: Preto Methodist, Brazil.Institute at RI- I I stated that E. C. DeGarmo Chief Mrs. E. H. Hunt and the hostess, Local Red Cross of the necessary tools- and'equipment -

Mobley, seconded. by Commissioner Engineer for the State Road De- Mrs. Roe. for operating a small hospital -

Durrence, to open ,bids for one Accounting The four colleges are to be recipients partment told him the State Road and at the time of the re-

f Machine with Flat Writ'' ternoon. of the offering of the af Department would repair the Okeechobee And Chapter Held Its quest the regional office In Atlanta

: ing Surface for the- Tax Assessor's'OUlce. 'I' streets of Okeechobee Just as soon GJL, advised some local people

as he could get the necessary men Final that If the Emergency Office in

Upon motion of Commissioner Local Cattle Men and equipment here to do the work. Clewiston Tied Meeting Welt Palm Beach would approve
Walker the request they would get it for
seconded by Commissioner He stated that he would have -
Mobley to accept hid from the district maintenance man come In A Good GameOkeechbee The Advisory Committee of the us and that If It was not in the

'I the Underwood Corporation of Held Meeting And here and see about making some Okeechobee County Chapter, Atlanta region they would get it

Tampa. FU for Elliott-Fisher Accounting of the more urgent repairs and he American Red Cross held its final from some other' region that did

Machine with Flat Bed Barbecue SaturdayThe was in Okeechbee Monday morningto pulled an exciting meeting on October 21---t.-- Chanter-- --- have It

Writing Surface, at the price of look the situation over. How- story book finish Friday night Chairman Hiram H. Raulerson Dr. Eiseman, Representative W.

,J2A04.49. ever, he did not say ust when he and scored In the final 30 seconds presided J.' Hendry and there have beenJ.

Upon motion of Commissioner Okeechobee County Cattle- expected to get to the work but when Fullback Raulle Raulerson The Committee reviewed the Hendry and others have been

Mobley, seconded by Commissioner men's Association held its regular that it would be soon. flipped a 35 yd. ariel to halt back program of rehabilitation follow- that the Government should and

Durrence, application for Beer and meeting Saturday at the place of Among the most Important thingsat Robert Hayes, who raced the re- ing the hurricane of September 17 would furnish the necessary equipment

= Win License by J. C. Collins was C. S. Cornelius on the Lake Front. the meeting was the question of maining 45 yds. for a touchdown. with Mrs. B. Thomas Disaster Rep-' for operating the hospital.The .

approved. The members and a few friends public health and Mr. Hendry and Clewiston's first score came in I recentative assigned to this County county hospital board did

Upon motion of Commissiner enjoyed an old fashioned barbecueof sheriff Stewart were advised thatIf the first period on a 7 yd. plunge by Area Headquarters in Atlanta.In not have sufficient money to buy

Walker seconded by Commission- beef, pork ribs slaw, bread and Okeechobee expected to get helpIn through center climaxing a 60 yd. addition to 500 persons sheltered these things and without this aid

; sfoner Chapman, to give the Child coffee. replacing the present sewerage drive. Try for conversion failed. ; during the storm, 29 families from the government Itprobably

Welfare $1000 per month. Beside the regular business system it would be necessary to Late in the second ,period Big applied to this Chapter for rehabilitation would have been necessary to ask "

RESOLUTIONCommissioner meeting the gathering listened t have an engineer make a survey Raulie Raulerssn fullback for aid A total of $849.35 has that the people of the county donate

;. Durrence presented a report of J. O. Pearce who is a and give the figures to them be- Okeechobee tossed a short screen been spent for this purpose f>y the furnish at least part of the money to

the following' resolution ,an
moved its a- adoption and ,being seconded tlemen's Assclation committee to next year at which time it hind beautiful blocking raced 55 Mr. Raulerson explained: Red operation.

by ;Commissioner' Walker help work out better flood Is expected sufficient money will yds. for a T. D. Raulerson's try Cross disaster assistance was determined

a wse' adopted: control plans that will be presented be appropriated to take care of the for conversion was good. by the needs of the famjly TUMOR CLINIC AND MEDICAL

;:WHEREAS, members< of the : to Congress when. it meets in health 'problems of the' entire Okeechbee's 2nd score came early rather than the extent of loss SOCIETY WILL BE, HOST:TO

City COuncil and the Mayor of' the January Mr. Pearce told of, the flooded area.Digest in the third period when Fullback Every applicant was expected to do CANCER SEMINARY-- ---.-----

City _of._Okeechobee have heretofore meeting earlier in the*week in Raulerson smashed off tackle what he reasonably could without

appeared before* this Board which plans were made.to have. a of Recent and out ran the whole Clewiston hardship In recovering from the The Duval County Tumors Clinic
'and the": aided by members of the Duval
1 requested'lundaffor !CityjOkeechobee :representative of the c"ajl'e! men gpla team for 60 yds. and a T. D. Try effects of the hurricane loss. The

i ,_ awt: X.-J3t* Washington Jin .!! sir,11t i-io; : for, ,conversion failed.A objective of Red Cross aid was to Medical Society, will be host to a I
,WHEREAS, .thU"'Board was 'ad- something Opinions By The __ Southeastern States cancer semi
get of a permanent nature fumble by OSeechobee eet help>eaohwfanaUy.-to help itself,
? 1UClewlston's ,,
K ylsed that eald City did not have done. nary ht Jacksonville, N Tembet"'U14 -
a MOst
second score. After a of the applying families It.fi *
sufficient funds to meet operating was learned today It will
Among other things that 'were Attorney General sustained' were given roofing and other materials
'' drive; for 40 yds. Clewl be the first major medical
,expenses: during the year 1947; discussed was the need ". meeting
of emergency ton plunged oven from the 12 yd. to repair storm damaged of
that the sewage system, streets its kind ever held In the coun
pastures to place cattle on homes, contributing their own la '
and line for a T D. Try for conversion try.
parks were in urgent need of
.c until the water goes down and A child who has been brought failed. bor. Mrs. Ina Lollar, Executive
repairs but no funds were available several places I Purpose of this seminar Is to
were discussed Secty., pointed out this not
a juvenile judge for adjudication was
to make such repairs and them Government Late in the fourth period with I bring to all physicians of the
owned of an offense is not considered possible in every case. It was necessary
WHEREAS, this Board heretofore bombing in 1 1.2 minutes remaining in the southeast, the most recent develop
ranges different sections a criminal Attorney GeneralJ. in a few cases of widows
contributed the sum of H.- of the state. game.. Raulerson's blocked kick ments in the management of ma.
Tom with small children and elderly
Watson has advised
600.00 to said city from unappro- The Judge was taken by Clewiston on the lfgr ant diseases. And it wilt cover
meeting was presided over G. Bowden Hunt of Bartow. persons, for the Red Cross to patfor
priated funds and advised said by C. S. Cornelius, president of the Catfish 25. Clewiston, then, on 3 labor as well. Some families every phase of modern diagnosis
city officials that If any unappro- Okeechobee County Cattlemen's Although the statute requires all running play's scored. Try for nd tr atmef t of the various types
were also assisted with essential
7 priated funds were available at Association.As clerks of court having criminal conversion was good. of cancer and will be presentedboth

the end:;"of the fiscal year, Septem Jurisdiction to certify the names Both teams displayed sound defensive i household mattresses and furnishings such as from, the standpoint of 'the

ber,'0, 1947, an additional contri- of rtAraATM- convicted of crimes and ball.Okeechobee'. bedding damaged family physician and the specialist.
bution' would be made, and the result of the release of make a report to the clerk of the beyond salvage.Mr. .
Joe Strickel. L. G. Funds for this undertakingwere
$100,000 in emergency flood control circuit court, this does not applyto Raulerson stated no appealfor
WHEREAS, the Clerk of'this
and Tommy Walker, R. T. srespectvely provided by the Florida State
Board has advised that the of funds this week by the office, delinquent children. contributions was made here. -
along with Center Kinsaul I Board of Health and the Florida
Chief of Engineers In This disaster
j $1tOto.oo'of unappropriated funds Washington program was financed -
Taking fish but mullet ere outstanding in the line. Division of the American Cancer
any or
Colonel ,
Willis E. from the
., Teale of the proceeds of the Roll
is available and the Board having
consideration the Army Engineers, in Jacksonville, mullet or mackerel with a net or Call Campaign held last March, Society.
due to
given request -
said that repair of flood control seine greater than 350 yards in The Crozier Circle met with when $275.00 was raised. Each Invitations have been issued to
said Officials
of: City works within length is illegal for salt water Irs. John October all members of the medical societies .
NOW THEREFORE BE IT the Lake Okeechobee McNeil Tuesday, year a part of the annual campaign -,
Bum"bf region started last week. fishermen, according to Attorney 14, at 3:30. The Devotional was is set aside for Just such of the Southeastern states to
,RESOLVED that .the $1-; General
J. Tom Watson.He .
r e 000.00 of unapproprlated funds is One of the corps of engineer led by Mrs.' D. R. McNeil. disaster programs as has now been participate this meeting.

hereby contributed to ,the said City drag lines started 'work this week was asked by T. T. Hurst, Attending were: :Mrs. W. A. completed in Okeechobee County. Presenting the program will be,

of Okeechobee. reinforcing the dikes at the pump supervisor of the state board of Lawson, Mrs. Cora Peters Mrs. H. Committee members present included a group of the country' best,

g' PASSED AND ADOPTED this house near Lake Harbor, and a conservation, if larger nets couldbe !T. Bass, Mrs. 0. L. Hunt, Mrs. H. H. Raulerson, chairman; known specialists in the field of

October e, 1947. second government owned drag used for catching other salt Gladys Snell Mrs. R. E. Link, S. R. Ralfsnlder, V.Chairman; cancer Including:
line commenced strengthening the water fish than mullet or mackerel. Irs. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Ina Lollar Dr. Emil Novak
= BOARD ,OF COUCOll.lts- Roy Draughon, Ex.-Secty. Miss I Johns Hopkins
& SIONERS, Okeechobee County, dikes of the Pelican Lake drainage The attorney general pointedou II. Raulerson. Parrish, Treasurer; Sheriff Hospital Dr. Samuel Mar-
district along West Palm j that it is not illegal to use Disaster hall Clinic
t Florida.' Newt Stewart, Chairman; Lahey Boston; Dr.
"'R- By C..E.' DRAWDY. Beach Canal, about five miles east larger nets but it'in so doing the Miss Hollie Thomas, Welfare Lrchie Dean, Memorial Hospital

Chairman. of Lake Okeechobee. fishermen catches anything but threatened epidemic, the state Nurse; Mrs. Melba Louthan State for the treatment of Cancer New
mullet or mackerel, he must throw board of control cannot require
ATTEST: Colonel :Teale said his govern- Welfare Worker; Mr. S. H. Mc- York City: ; Dr. Everett Sugarbak
them back in, to avoid getting
cOllege student to be inrfbcnlated
: Dougald. Finance Chairman and era Sugarbaker Clinic Jefferson
MABEL B.. SHEFFIELD. Clerk. ment engineers are going over the ,
crossed up with the law. for email-pox according to Attorn.ey .
Upon motion of Commissioner flooded areas now and will locate Robert Allen, Chairman Red Cross City, MOo:

?: Chapman, ,seconded .by Commissioner other flood control works in need A county judge has ample au- General J. Tom Watson. Fund In Cypress quarters.I And, Dr. George Pack,,Memorial

Durrence the following bids ,of immediate repair. thority to impose a bond on a person lie gave this opinion to Chairman Hospital, New York City; Dr. : ,
:' 'opened trucks to the according J. Tom Gurney of the boardof wish to the .
were on ; under keep peace express appreciation i James E. Scarborough Wiae&ip
Bid by Gilbert Chevrolet Company to Negotiations obtain approximately are: now additional way to Attorney General J. Tom Watson control, who had asked if the ot the Okeechobee Chapter 9, Clinic Emory University Hospital, -,

:; Two%-tOn Chevrolet trucks drag lines on a rental basis. in an opinion requested by board could refuse admission tony A. R. C. to all those who helped Atlanta; Dr. Herbert Adams, La-

137 ',Inch .wheelbase,' seven 825x20: Colonel Teale said he expects this Governor Millard CaldWelL. student who bas not been successfully during the recent hurricane disaster hey Clinic; Drt., R. R. Spencer director '_' -, "
tins:.and. tubes '(dual rear single equipment to be placed in'opera A county Judge, like all other vaccinated against smallpox to those who helped prepare National Cancer Institute -'<: : -

front, and space tire and tube), tion just as soon as the most critical judicial officers, is a conservator within the past five years. food at the shelters as well as Bethesda, M. D. and Dr. Everett -- .

equipped with 'hoist, platform locations have been detarmin- of the peace the attorney general Florida law, the attorney general those who helped in the office. I L. Bishop chief pathologist, Win- ::

body, "and' ,:two-;.speod rear axle. ed. \ said. As such, the county judge added does not specifically! anhoriie also wish to express my appreciation ship Clinic. : ;-

Price per truck* as' follows: may require sureties! of the peace a vaccination requirement.On to Mrs. B. Thomas Disaster -- Y F

:- TW -:ron ciassisnd: :'cab 2,172.87Anthony 1 when the same has been threatened the contrary, pupils in county representative of the A. R. C. for Apartment houses constitute

.ZB-1 Hoist ...:.:...... 411.00 Prices of metal containers for or violated." Thus if a husband schools may not ,be given such vacination the time, patience and understanding more than 40 per cent of the dwell- x

,. Wooden plat ':for body! cmmercially canned foods are up or wife or neighbor or anyone except on written consent she showed to all those who lug units now 'construction

steel reinforced ""':"---- 160.00 less than 5. per cent from 1936, else threatens to disturb the of the parents, unless there la an needed assistance as well as the In the United States and a large ? r

k Installation *' delivery despite sharp advances in labor peace or already has done so once epidemic or danger of one. This help gives. the Local Chapter com percentage those have Pen na1- _

(body and hoist) :.=..---- 65.00 and material costs, American Can and may do it again, a county shows a legislative -policy with regard mittees. zed Heating Controls enabling -; -

Company reports. Official industry judge has authority to put a pent to compulsory vaccination Signed. -- each tenant 4o regulate the temperature .

Total --r J2.SOS.S7 statistics show the standard No. S I son tinder bond, to keep the peace.Except and innoculation which will apply H. H. RAULERSON, in, his own apartment, a
Less, Federal TU'es, __ ...9S size can selling in most*states:today t.* college as well as to common Chairman of the' County Chapter study by Mlnneapoles-Honeywell

(Continued, oa Page- 5) I for.1C cents. --' I in cases of, actual or schools. A. Roc. ", : Regulator Company'reveals i11 :
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i Ginger temporarily deserted. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS 6'ys-to C.-m.

sniffed in and out of the chair legs J1IeIiImMiResino.1
HEFICTIQN cORNER feeling for Reide. who always; fl7a1ron3'u
petted him. The dog rubbed against .A/ternoo Style /or

Brown's trousers by mistake. .
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';\ HARD GUYS clerk"Why; the -," the startled send today 1550.for of your F COPY mare frakpiaicrr 01 me eau See how efficiently this soothing;

By ,MILTON BRACKEK swore. He reached down of and 1tJ'1e.Wialer rolor. easy to widely used ointment relieves the
picked up the pup clumsily, and book.23 Free.paturD printed inside tae itching smarting irritation of 5
tossed him carelessly to the, floor eeats.FW1XG 1 -Dry Eczema "

about a yard awar.rwrmd_r ....... PATTERN DEPT. Common Rashes
THE dead roan's foot protruded sparkled giving apert look to the guys wouldn't keep animals- outs SMM CIRCLE Wells St. C6aet> VIU. 3-Simple Piles
the blanket like discarded whole tangly; bundle. here" he growled drawing a card. Enclose 25 cents la coins for each 4Chafing5Minor -
.boot A pan of water restedon Hennessy stopped pondering. De- "You'd think it was a zoo." pattern desired' Burns6Pimples
the sidewalk; they had tried to lany tossed his book aside and both Nobody replied. ;. stir Pattern No **** (sxtarruBy cawed) i
do something for him. without being ambled over. Reide turned his head Hennessy lookedup Boy today frooiay drone tIs U.dr.I '
queerly from his typewriter. NamCalypso"
able to. Just an ordinary side street. from the card table. :

a speeding car. a rat-tat-tat and 'The mutt probably has fleas" he Ginger not having sensed the re Addre
that alL Another not-so-big shot buff. returned to the table. Again
was "
"Keep it offa my; desk. he brushed
trousers As if 220
was through.
As if understanding the puppy having anticipated the of Trinidad
Five minutes after the cops came turned to its critic appealingly. the clerk kicked vigorously.annoyance # 36.52i Songs
a squeaky sedan jolted to a atop at Uelsner There Demand i
laughed gruffly ignoringthe was a sharp squeal then Ginger. Negroes i Great
the opposite curb. Half-a-dozen men complaint. _
living up to his name. bit.
piled out."Reporters.. "If a cute-lookin mutt at that, Brown roared grabbed"the The Calypso songs of Trinidad

." someone 'In the ain't it. kid?" the Old Man winkedto from his leg. and before pooch Negroes such as Stone Cold Deadin riiiii.r_

crowd decided. Hennessy. "Send out and we'llgive could protest, hurled him anyone with the Market, have become since so
The newcomers took in the scene it a feed.*' crushing force against the walL popular in the United States

in :a matter-of-fact way; then One of the ever-present boot. There was a crunch then a whim 1935 that one singer alone. Wil- The Ads Guide You on
swarmed about the lieutenant and blacks was dispatched across the moth Houdini, of New York Harlem -

the .homicide, squad man and plied street. In a minute or two the per.Every eye in the place turned to has recorded over 400 of Your Shopping Tour

them with Questions. One of the pooch was sipping milk and sniff the battered little body; on the floor. f }. them.
newspapermen was chewing gum ing chopmeat oblivious to further But In a split second, every eye; was
The others ,were smoking and cal criticism or his audience. glued on the centre of the room;
', rotund fellow laughed raucously ,at
something the homicide squad man .
said. Soon a few broke away; and

headed for'the drugstore across the.
street with the blue and white.telei-i

phoae emblem joutjide., Within I MUSCLE ACHE
twenty minutes all of them k v \

squeezed. back- into the car. !
'S' ong. .Mac. see y'in ..church.1?
the man at*the wheel yelled to the THIS lovely afternoon dress is
lieutenant as the gears meshed.. designed to slim and trim the
slightly larger figure. Dainty ruffling -
Hard the in the
at the neck and shoulder
crowd : muttered as the machine
gathers give a nice feminine air-
turned the corner. ( see how smooth the skirt falls

*You said it" his companion. LT! t Have short or three quarter

agreddryly.An .: sleeves. :rev

.hour, later Joe Melsner;: of the i'c1 .
City News Federation. "Old Man"of
; Pattern No. S220 comes In sizes 36. 38
the borough's police reporters, 40. 42. 44. 46. 48. 50 and 52. Size 33. short
left*the smoky-walled pressroom on 'a, sleeve. ruffling.4 yards of 35-inch; 1 yard purchased

the ground floor of the Supreme

Court Building to buy: an afternoon

paper. Johnny Hennessy of the' rr v Trick Mirrors ProduceExtraordinary
Globe, the kid of the shack sat in ___
a corner figuring out his ,expense ReflectionsThe
account Jim Reide of the Post- I I 4 _
"Bennessy caught the clerk with a hard left to the law""We'll
Flash. N liOn, of the Mail Cohen.
of the Reflector and Lenox of the call him magic mirrors which distort -
Ginger Hen- and Ginger 4
was forgotten. Hen-
Home Press with a few,of the usual images-making short people Rub in gently-warming for
nessy; suggested. "Lookit the fire in nesS) has sprung from his chair thin : and soothing Ben-Gay fast
tall people fat. etc. -
pressroom hangers-on were at the his will relief from muscular soreness and pain. Ben-Gay
eyes, you? Ginger yapped like a starting sprinter yanked which are found in amusement contains
,/ Inevitable rummy; game. Opposite. appreciatively provocatively. That Brown from his seat, overturning parks and penny arcades are up to 2Vz .times more_ methyl salicylate and
Delany of the Star, legs stretched finished the card game. Reide the the table at the same time-and menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to every 4a4
majestically across his desk: and complex optical instruments saysCollier's doctor-than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist v
most die-hard of the players, threw smashed a hard fist to the outsider's
feet high in the air sat back By the scientific ar- r w' on genuine the
: read.: down his gummy cards and with Ben-Gay original Baume Analgesique.
ing a fat book with a scarlet cover the others gathered around Mels- jaw.Brown rangement of numerous curves, on : Alse for ,. due
reeled regained his footing their surfaces they are made to : % t KEBSALC1A,sad COLDS.
and yellow edges. Levito. who was ners desk. Fondly they; watched the swung and missed. Nason and produce hundreds of odd effects. Ask for Kid BefrGsy for Children.Fram .
with an up-county; paper fidgeted in grimy little mutt push his snoot into elany
a phone booths, waiting to "cleanup" the worm-like chopmeat.Two lelsner; started to intervene but The most incredible of such mir- -
had taken
everything rors is one'which., when two
the shooting story.A : people
days later. Ginger in
was part quietly
stopped them with a
stand before it reflects the
voice thundered in the corridor.' of the life of the shack. A bootblack move of his hand. "Let 'em a one
normally right side while the
The others looked up; they always had been commissioned to give hima while" he said grimly. The others up
did when Melsner spoke. He was I bath, to provide a lined box for a backed away.Thoroughly. other person appears to be cut
F pointing to something fuddled al bed. to continue general caretaking. off at the waist, the upper part of
the doorway." ; aroused. Brown his body being replaced by a sec- :
While the men were out on stories-
I lunged at his lighter rival who, ond pair of legs extending upward.
"Now what d'ya; call this? the holdups suicides fires; whatnot- danced aside just fast
enough. As
Old Man grunted stooping over. -- -
Ginger tripped around impatiently ----
He' picked up the cringing something -! until they; came back. Then he the grabbed clerk him plowed by the reporter -i----i1 iV
by the scruff of the:
; and deposited it gingerly; on greeted them joyously: with quick neck, him
swung around and sent
: his desk; a massive roll-top affair short barking yelps.
with "Private: Keep Out!" on it m' him sprawling away with another -
forbidding letters. The"something"was punch that cracked against his jaw. "

a very: tiny: dog. a bedraggled, The pressroom was crowded one Brown shook his head spat, then 1 -V r

puppy that looked as' if it hadn't, sultry; afternoon, crowded with went for Hennessy; again.. The fe-
eaten in as long as it hadn't bathed.; sweaty; men in shirtsleeves. At the sult was still another crack; he I A
Its" eyes were red-rimmed as if' card table next to Reide was Al could feel his eye swell as if air Equipped Ca sJBG

with weeping. But there,was a pink, Brown a thick-necked hardware had been pumped around it. clearly -
spot on the end of the moist black, clerk who spent his idle hours with he was no match at boxing for
nose. And "the 'eyes themselves what be called the "newshounds." the fire red; "newshound" who side-

stepped and stung him so deftly.;

i He dropped back then plunged low & FRAM I PRIZE
like a football player- and threw CONTEST
Hennessy to the floor.

'P Again Nason and Delany leaped
L CROSSWORD %LE'1 forward to interfere but the Old

Man an intense gleam in his eyes -

d ._ restrained them.It : PHILCO. Refrigerators,

looked bad for the reporter.

ilcriiontal (5.15t. .. Neat lse.e. Brown pressed his advantage bore = Freezers Radios
down with his full weight One of ,

1 To'surpass the newspaperman's shoulders was' 200 Other Prizes
6 To diminish 1 3 4 S 6 t a 9 10 down the other twisted consul-: Big

11 To stimulate lively as the panting fellow' on top' Nothing to Buy-No Box Tops to Send In!

12 To be Indignant U U" 1J. sought to wrench It into the dirt of, Think: of winning a beautiful new Pram-

at the floor-boards. Then suddenly one' equipped Lincoln,:Stodebaker Land Cruiser,
U deity Egyptian 11 15ZS 16 11 of Hennessys legs appeared en- -a Mercury,Ford: ,. or Crosley just for writing
15 Cupola twined about the body of his foe., c' 25 words or less telling why you prefer to i
17 Poker stake t8 19 20 U 22 23 the other leg applied pressure'from have your car equipped with the famous
18 German river beneath, and a perfect wrestler's"scissors" -"' 8 *prizes ram!Oil 6& Motor Qeaneri 224 additional
6 PbUco
20 Unusual 26S7 28 hurled the heavier man atv Freezers, 12 PhOco
/ Cabinet Radio. .
23 Hint to; the side almost reversing the Bulova Watches 25 General Electric.

24 To require 29 10 31S JISO positions.The Mixers 25 Parker 51" Sets 25 Y
28 At no time knotted pair whirled crazily Ronaon Table Lighten .and 100$10 binal
28 Note of scale the ar
across floor like a twoheadedfend. -
'29 Of longer 33 ;s They crashed into Melsner's .,,- -y Hints on How to Win

standing desk upsetting a bottle of purple Just get a free Entry Blank (for fun information -
C St Person s9. 40S5 41 Ink. which spilled over both of: and rules) at year nearest imple-
meat and
named for'an them. Then they tore apart and tractor dealer garage. 8CtVke
or ear dealer
office 42 44 45 each staggered to his feet, a livid i Contest Headquartera displaying"Tram
53 From adistance poster.Then corn-
plete the statement, "I prefer to have my
46SI 41 43 Brown wiped his car equipped with the
f. S3 Comfort 49 brow smearing famous Pram Oil 6t
Stalls to It[ grotesquely with sweat Ink and J tiF: Mora' less Cleaner because .. ** in 25 words
{follow,suit.Post'of U ) s4 blood. He lunged again but for the and mail your entry to Fram Corporatwn. -
99 a' last time. Hennessy. his whole before midnight, Box 152r New York 8. N. Y..
; frame taut for November 10, 1M7.
one blow poised likea
ii stairway, 54 S3 59 60
43 Bovine matador and as the clerk rushed > Your Fraa dealer can help you win by
V quadruped in. brought his left fist forward and b telling you how Pram protects motors
43 Souvenir 61 61 up like a lead mallet It caught + acainat dirt. dust grit sludge and 'abr'a-
ive .
Roman.. the hardware clerk en the point cf j :r wank* So visit him today,'crt a free entry
;c emperor the chin, and he went down for And if and wm one of the 229 big prbesl

M Consumed .,0.. 34 good. From the corner, a faint bark ready your tractor car.or truck isnt el-

'-g- Ecelesiastical .. signalized Ginger's approval and to c1ean'the filter-equipped oil that oMens 1M oil motor filter ..
eouncn- 10 Complete 40/ Ate away; 54 Viscous jolted the wide-eyed; onlookers to he1p 'dent breakdowns overhauls:: aDd
50T U Goddess of U To decrease substance their senses. npaxrs. already have filters get getme -
; 44 Systems; of 57 Not any film replacement cartridge: to assure
{ M redact Indian rules 58 Comparative top performance. Fram Corporation;
._...-____ 'A OWD 47 Silkworm suffix Providence 16, R., L.In Canada: J. C.
: ,+1N'Rivee in ODe shelter, 49 Dreadful 60 Compass Ten minutes later a few blocks Adams Coe Ltd,,Toronto,Ontario. "ti
t bg Uniform 52 Vat point down. Brown was telling his boss -L : "

z ':., .... m mt 19'Type ofautomobile bow he'd been "mobbed In a cardgame .. :. .'>.:,. 1at -New Lincoln '
As .. ru ..... SS "f 4-Door: Satan
wen brawl with I
a "half-dazea"- ..I
"a .... um W Pns e-New Studebaker Laad Craiaer

"' ',,;.IfIT! 21 Cry of the A A $ A porters.' K 3rd Prize-New Mercury Town Sedan
e :r-: :;o tBacchana1a X 1 0 0 ""I told you to keep away from > 4th Prwe New Ford Super DeLuxe 4-Doo:Sedan

,J f 22 Archaic: a I I I those fellows** he was told. I-----, ; st Sth Prue-New Cromley 2-Door Sedm'A. .
\ ... / sweetheart S is A They're hard guys." j Nat 6 Prizes-Phaco Refrigerators 7 cu.: ft.
V:f : IMEC::1 24 To put off a F In the pressroom Reide held a ,' Next Nat J1 ?* 1260 Frtewrs,5 CUe ft.
; PwPhilco
J2 Cabinet Radios
onon nnnnon '
t. ZT Ascended z '> Nat
bowl and
bins 25
'J 90 Bantsn r-f r: nnnDO Delany held Ginger : : Next 25 Pmes Bulovm Wrist Watche. 17 Jewel
The others were clustered around. '= PnzeGeneralEkctric &erS1 a
cERn nnnn AxI
.. Mora' recent Next Priza-patbr" -
The Seta -
$4 To depend nnnnrnnRr beaming. puppy's braised side I Next Prlze.-Ronaoa Table
nnnnnrcnr was bandaged clean'around fat Next IJahten
-- MTfto ridiculefITo i 100 T.G'DoEar Mte: =
'fata,bycical nnnnialg little middle; and tied with a funiy : _

,- [ I >1.100KTrteoaom. l o bow oa top, like a Christmas parcel. :

-- function. toil | WIH ya look at the runt_ go toe : ,: IRAM' LII' !OIt CLIANIR,

ftps-: .. : gets N41 that ma,' will ya?"' Meld _
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petition for a write of habeas corpus .
1 ; and then proving to the judge St.JoseEgairlKESSSgi1 I ;
BOBBY CROSSTOWN \ ( before whom they were taken that i I
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Cameron --.-.. --....--....--..-..---......-... ...-..-............-.w NOTICE.EXXCTIOX L""r..r'iI-<...... 'H..t'. ...... }.;.J. 1 1 4 4 ::t-;j
j;;ed' by Mrs. Edith McBride -
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ttl tIjDbee Gainesville, P. T.A. vice pre NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I Local ami PersMal aa election win be held la each and
'!.J;, ident directing the department of erery Special Tax School District of p:4HONEY _
Published every Friday *7- the education, will be a round table I Okeecbobee County Florida on the 4th :

,. Okeechobee New Co.. at Okeeehobee, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. dar of November. A. D. I1N1. to-wlt:
Okeechobee County, Florida. discussion :reviewing the gains In :.'" ..-.. .. ..-_ .. --.. .. .. ..-.. .. .. _-.. ."' ,Special Tax School District No. Ow

the educational field won through The Martha Circle met at the election In t.Ott'be<
........EditorSUBSCRIPTIOS' crop
: BRYANT BOWDEN h. recent legislation and bringing out home of Mrs. Angle Bass on Tues- Clerk and Inspectors are to .
hold said election J. H. McCrante.Clerk. desire.
the challenges for the future. The day, October 14, at 3:30 p. m. The C. W Walker W. N. Gray quantity you may

RATES ,physical and health education program chairman, Mrs. P. P. Evans presided. and R. H. SingteUry' Inspector
Tax District lI"o Two
Special School
One Year in advance .. :. ...$3.00 will be In the form of a symposium As a devotional Mrs. C. F. election to be held at the School House A. J. (Bee Man) Boettger

SixMonth in advance ,.. ..... 1.50 i arranged by :Miss Fannie Jenkins used Prayers from the Clerk in Ft.and Drum.inspectors Florida.are The to hold following said

Three Months is advance ......- 1.00 Shaw director of the Departmentof Psalms, taken from the look election: Mrs. Kgtelie Lee. Clerk; J. OKEECHOBEE FLA.
IL Tripp. F. W. Addison. & A. Hair, PHONE 78-3 ,
Health Education. "Great Prayers of the Bible." lucpectora.
Entered. second class matter July For Dr. Miller this will be his Special Tax School District No. = w w wf.
Three election to be held at the Gro-
1. 1914 at the Post Office in Okee first appearance since taking over The hostess assisted by Mrs. eerr Store Building In Basinger. Flor

ehobee. Florida under Act of March his duties as president of the U&i Catherine Oiler: served cherry piea ida. The following Clerk and Inspector -
8, 1879. :. r are to hold said election: Henry IE'IIu. \ (
versity, before an audience of this la mode and coffee to the following loan. ('leekZeb Darraace. Charles M \ ; : *
C. F. Miss Campbell sod Mrs. MeliU RoM Raul
Mrs. Jenkins
type ne composed predomlnanUrof : : N
SOME OF STATE'S BEST parents. He will describe youths Jo Parriih, Mr*. P. P. Evans, Mrs. erson. Inspectors.With reference to Section 231X34 .. :/A t'.c

Kx'OWLEADERS TO SPEAK world today, their >problems, and D. W. Cassell, Mrs. J. Kohl, Mrs.E. Section Florida li Statute Chapter 1841.M724 ai Act tm ndd of 1M7.by {

AT BT. PETERSBURG what can b. dee about it. T. Sttndifir. and Mrs. Bryant "OA and after January 1. IMS. all
School Dlitrtcti tad All ttrrttorr not You! "' to rich to serve at **M7 often (though nowa-
HIIh11htln&? the >program tor Judge Sebri&z will brine to the Bowden. tnriodtd In School Districts In each itcVrtAirJy helps if you art I). You can stretch imaU
the Florid Congress of Parents convention hU interpretation of County of the State, ihal be consolidated raounU wrprUlnfflr tar by combiner them with A+3P'a MH* r
la each County tpto op* School
and Teachers annual convention in world understanding under the .Mary Schulman! returned to her District to N known ** SPECIAL: TAX aiblY. rfced cereals and canned foods.Here's how: Y

St. Petersburg, November 4-6, will subject, -Today Safeguards the Future home here Wednesday from Tallahassee the SCHOOL boundaries DISTRICT of Mid NL'MBEB 8ucUl 1 Tax and ENJOY A GOOD, LONG LOAF! STRITCH IT OUT WITH KRAUT

be talks 4>y some of the state's ,"- as he sees It after servingas where. she spent the first School District Number V shall be You won't hear a single beef about
coextensive with the boundaries of To make a man-size meat loaf at
a best known figures, Mrs. .J. Floyde one of the Judges to sit as members of the week In arguments before the County and subject to all general a budget-wise price combine 1% ground beef prepared this shape

Griffin, president announced. yes of the U. S. Military Tribu- the Florida Supreme Court In the law relative to school districts lbs. ground meat 1 egg, % tap. To H Ib, add % tsp. salt;
"Three trustee for said Speclal Tax into balls and cook in 2 tbspa. fat
terday. nals at Nurnberg, Germany for court hearing for the Commercial School District Number 1" shall be pepper,2 2 tsps. salt chopped,% cup onion chopped% until browned, turning occasionally.

Dr. J. Hlllls Miller, president of the purpose of trying Nazi war Fishermen of Lake Okeeehobee.Mrs. ejected by the qualified electors of. celery, tbsps. cupChoppedeelery Add 1 cup boiling water 2
said County at the time and place prescribed \%& N t&ifaM onions (cut in halves), 1 cup
the University of Florida, will criminals. by or fixed pursuant to law leaves and 1 can cooked canned tomatoes and 1
A. J. Boettger and daugh- bat not mere than one trustee shall : tomato soup. Mix
speak on the opening evening's come from any one residence district well. Add 4 cups #2 can of A&P SAUERKRAUT. -
program ,to be held in Williams LEGION AUXILIARY HELD ter, Nancy who are at West Palm for which a count board member U .; of A&P's crispySUNNYFIELD Simmer about 1 hour. Serves 4.
Beach for the winter school term provided for by law. The persona
Park Judge. Harold L. Sebring of SUCCESSFUL :MEETING qualified to hold such office and who LEFT-OVER "PUSHOVER"Two
the Florida-Supreme Court will be ..r were visitors spending Sunday receive the greatest number of rotes CORN of left-over meat will
cast for election of trustees subject SUNNYFIELD WHEAT cups
the speaker on the second even American Legion. Auxiliary helda here" to the limitation prescribed above. FLAKES (slightly crushed). serve 4 to 6 people... right. if s

ing's program at the First Methodist very ..ti&essfu"'Dieetlng Wednesday Miss hall serve for the ensuing two years Pack into greased x5"x3"* loaf it's stretched so: Mix together 1
as trustees for said school district. finely chopped onion H tap. salt.
Alma in moderate
Joyce and bake oven
Church OJ..while.,?Mrs John :E.Hayes Oct. 15th at Watford's hotel. Said electiion In each of the said pan 1 tap. horseradish 1 tap mustard
375F... 14 hours. 6 to 8 servings.
is attending school at West Special Tax School Districts Numbers
Twin Falls, Idaho; Sllrst vacancy was and %
The presidential tap pep-
for ,
1. :2 and 3 shall be the purpose of
vice president of the National organization I filled by Mrs. Peggy Hudson. Mrs. Palm Beach spent Saturday and electing three school trustees for the BAKED BEANS? BY ALL MEANS per.Add to 2 cups a, at\t/4
Sunday here with her parents, Mr. county wide Special Tax School District mashed potatoes.Combine t '
will appear on the concluding Ruth King was elected vice presi I Number 1. which will bteom When finances are low,give thanks 1 egg's '-.d..
banquet program at the and Mrs. George Trumbull.Mr. effective on January 1. 1944. A further. for franks and A&P's thrifty (beaten), -" -
of said election is
Soreno dent.Plans were made for the Joy purpose the amount of mliUge to be ANN PAGE DEANS... and put WHITE
and Mrs. F. W. Zander spent levied In the newly created Special them together like this: To two 16-
Edwin R. Hartz, assistant professor Shop box to be made up and sentto Tuesday in Ft. Pierce, on busi Tax School District Number 1 for the oz. cans of beans, add 2 or 3 sliced MILK from the A&P (undiluted),

of ,Social Work at the Flori- Bay Pines. ensuing biennium. frankfurters, 1 tbsp. brown sugar, 1 tbsp. melted margarine and 2

da State University, Tallahassee, Members of the Auxiliary please ness. Said election In themallnnprf.li.rlbt shall b* held and d conducted bylaw H tap. grated onion and U cup cups left-over or readycookedmeat
tomato juice or ketchup. Pour into (chopped). Add to potato
for holding such elections and
will speak at the sea.In on home bring your Joy Shop gifts- to the The local Chapter, Order of the only the qualified voters as prescribedby baking dish or bean pot and bakein mixture and pile into greased 1%

and family life education.Mrs. next !meeting to be held at the law shall be entitled to vote in a moderate oven 350'F.. 25-30 quart casserole. Bake in hot oven.
Star held
Griffin:! said all speakerswill Watford hotel. Nov. 5th 3 o'clock. Eastern an this election. minutes. 6 satisfying servings. < 425F., 25 minutes. {
meeting Tuesday night at which Any one desiring to qualify as a
develop the convention theme, Every ne please come. Refresh- candidate for Tnrstee must file in the -'-
time they initiated their new piano County Superintendents Office not nw wwiwss
"The Future Begins Today," ments for all. recently installed in the hall. later than October 20th. 1947. a pt>tl- -
through the four points education tlon signed by not less than five E;
They are now busy with extended qualified voter : Rom where I sit Joe Marsh -
world understanding, health The refrigeratiion industry Is for entertaining their : .. by } :
and parent and family life educa expected to benefit from increaseduse BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION s...
Worthy Grand Matron of the State
of self-service store refrigerator VAN E. LIG T8EY. Chairman
tion.The Mrs. Opal Bartow, who is scheduled
session on education direct- case, A & P Stores reports. visitation hereon CARL T. DURANCE. Superintendentand r
for official
1 November 20th. Secretary. "Take Pen in Hand"This

Mr. and Mr. Allen Markham
: the PatronsThat spent Tuesday In Orlando on busi- 8CB-DKA1NAGE DISTRICT
Thanking column has been running that make for tolerance and better

ness. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that for so long that its readers in whether
understanding- it's ideas
pursuant to raIl of the Board of Supervisors -
Purchased These Volumes From Me:: of Eagle Bay Sub-Drainage towns like ours all over the counon planting alfalfa or choosing between
Frank Arthur, is a patient at District the annual meeting of the
GREAT CONTROVERSY.DESIRED the Veterans Administration Hos- landowners of Eagle Bay SubDrainage I try, are beginning to "take pen in beer and cider.

OF AGES'CHILDREN'S District for the year 1M7 will beheld hand"and write us what they think. The
Tennessee. He I* more folks air their differences
pital in Memphis, In the office of the County Commissioners -
HOUR showing a great improvement and In the County Court House Some of them take me over the right out in public with a
of Okeeehobee County, in the City of 4
I :oals for what I say-like the column
neighborly respect for the other ,
BED TIME STORIES : his many friends in Okeechobee Okeeehobee. Florida on Friday. October
St, 1947, at 3-00 P. M. Easter I ran on planting alfalfa. person's liberties and point oi
that he will be coming home -
LIFE AND HEALTH MAGAZINE hope Stsndard Time, for the purposes of: Others
soon. 1. Electing Supervisors for terms of write,"I liked your column view, the closer'we are to the

: Col Porteur Evg. two (2) and three 13) year, respectively yesterday, but.,.." All of them American principle of individualhave

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markhamand %. Receiving: annual reports and tak. different points of view. freedom-whether ifs in a choice

ing such action with respect theretoas From where I sit,that's the way it' of crops or beverages.
children have returned to the lalldo lIefa may determine;
Lee M. Barger their home here after several and should be. Everybody's entitled ton '
3. Transacting such other business opinion-and 'differences
months in Virginia and Ft. Valley, a* may come before the meeting. friendly very -i -
:I..'._ .. and criticism, .

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[ L. P. Wynn' was taken to Dr. 3. R. EDWARDS President
Copyright I7,United States Brewer. Foundauon
Lancaster's Hospital In Kissimmee r s

on Tuesday where he is expected -
AttentionSTRAWBERRY -- ,.
to remain for some time. < .. -'-..

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Mrs. Z. K. Williams and Mrs.G. V -. < ," :

C. Durrance left Wednesday: for: '. "
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i1_ Tampa where they will spend a II' : wayam. ;
few days. f'Jl: ,;;

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Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markhamand

J INSURE AGAINST family have returned to their

DROUTH" home here, after spending the summer .

: in peach canning at Fort Val

Contact RACE l RACE, INO, today. Write or phone for free :I ley, Georgia, followed by an extended -

estimates on your Irrigation requirements. Aluminum Irrigations'ISteml visit with relatives and

are light, strong and durable. Our RACEBILT irrigation friends at Lowry, Virginia. :

systems are serving over 20,000 acres in Florida today. -roo-

3-Inch, 4-lnch, 5-lncto. 6-inch and8-inch quick locking pipe available Mrs. W. B. Hargraves is expected -

for Immediate delivery in limited Quantity. Perforated or, to return to her home here Sun

riser types for sprinkling. day from Orlando where she underwent -

No farm Is too small or too large not to profit from controlled an operation two weeks

irrigation. Designed and manufactured by Florida growers. ago. She Is"reported( much Improved. .

Racebilt Guaranteed Products .'" .. /' atfJ""'J.,.,--..
.. .. .tI'"'ic""!
Luther Mobley, who is employed .....,..t ..

RAGE AND RACE, INC. by the F. A. McKenzie Construc- ...rr"l; ':'J..i I '. ,....!. "1-rlIh- :.
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3 tion Company at Falatka, was a .,. ; ,1t'._''!t..: J .

WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA 'visitor spending the week-end in Are You A i-L. -%''
p H '
RR Okeechobee with his mother, Mrs. ..3 $jj&"GREENEYED"

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( R. Raifsnider were visitors spend- t'\ -. PEDESTRIAN ? ,
MotorRepairs ing Monday afternoon and night in .. '

West Palm Beach.CLASSIFIED. ? -
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_. green' DO matter LJEl Sffift* to "sees
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mUle. He- or thick nd fut tU
the pedestriaa _
who "
}. ;;, ings to dash BCTDW streets disregards a1I: safety warn.- '" _
\ AIS a.: ,. t aible Mae, regardless of_ danger hit wa ys hi the shortest yeeeRe's .

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and safety
; Mr. Motoristofficers. and a
Repairs and parts for Evenrude Johnson Sea FOR SALE-Model A; good condi were killed 011 .

Okeechobee year.. his du iss.SS5SSSi?
tion. Inquire : Pack- tall
;Icing,' SeaBee outboard motors. r Have 1011
age State. --oarws ofcretD
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; ._Also dealer for Clinton Air Cool Motors. Parts ROSE BUSHES 2-year-old field fore to be and pinned don at the bU....,matt and wkIa sorted acrou di ..
aft ttaiBo
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/ ( these motors will 'be on hand soon.IYrAG over fifty choice varieties; Take Chit as your personal T
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write for free catalog with roses Make a littlew

GASOLINE MOTOR PARTS', in color. Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries now to walk safely ud Un koajeOafttvs Ufe-aariq'. re.o1atloaI'IIW...,--<:.

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NOTICE SHERIFF'S! SALE '196'and 197. aa the same la shown, on NOTICE OP INTENTION .- -'-
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN County CommissionersContinued
: Plat of First Addition to the Town TO SELL LAND fI
Take notice that under and by rtr- of '
toe of an execution issued out of the IB according to plat recorded ( from Pagt 1)J2.743.89 i I
PUt Book 2 at 26. :
Circuit Court of the Twenty First Judicial i public records of page Ntce 1t' berebr iVen.. that Par- 1/rt ell ,dl
St. Lncie :
Circuit of Florida in and foi"Otf'eehotwe ,Florida.: County, noant to Section 15 U). Chapter 20053:' ; --
County under date of Bid by Okeechobee Alotor Com Laws of Florida Acts of 194L andSection ::: .,' LF
March Slat. 19 2. in the sum of Ten Lying and being In Section 21, CT. Chapter Unto Law of -
Thousand and Twenty. and 80-100 I Township 37 South Range 35 East. pany: 1 1.% or 2 Ton Ford Truck Florida. Art of 1331. us amended by

$10,020.80) Dollar said execution, be- All bte.title, interest equity reservations and Flat Dump Body. Section 11. Chapter 2065!*. Laws .of t
lag baaed on a Judgment in behalf I' : B eaueinenta, powers Florida. Acts of 1941. and also pursuant t
of Oil. HUhswith ra. Okeechobee 'I privilege and franchise of every TRUCK SPECIFICATIONS: to Section 42. Chapter 20722.
Company I have levied upon and kind In. of. to, under over and upon 134 inch 1 1.% ton Ford Cab and i Laws of Florida. Arts of 1941.aa -
will aell to the hlgbet bidder for i all the strips, parcels and every part amended by Section 19.! Chapter 22079! ,
rash, on the 3rd day of November, A. thereof of all the lands described andreeerved Chassis, 8 Cylinder 100 H. P. Motor i Law of Florida. Acts of 1943. andSection AR\Y %X2L14
It. 1947, within the legal hours of sale bv Okeechobee Company in with 750-20 and 44. Chapter 20722. Law of O
at the front door of the Court Houseof the dedication of a plat embracing Dual Rear Florida. Arts of 1941. aa amended by .r
Okeechobee County Florida, the parts of Sections 15. 16. 21 and 22 of Single Frt. Tires Truck price Section 21. Chapter 22073. Laws of
following described real estate, located Township 37 South. Range 33 East according Florida. Acts of 1943. the following- IH'
in the County of Okeechobw. State to a plat of Town of Okeecho $1,675.00-Track and body price described lands in Okeechobee County
ef Florida. to-wit bee recorded in St Loci County $2,368.72. Florida to-wit: -
Beginning at the Southeast Cornerof Florida, in Plat Book 2. page 17 andaccording Beg at MC of See S4 & Ml run X60o
Block 161, Town of Okeet'bobte.at'eOrdlnc to to a plat of First Addition Additional for Change-over to 4.T. E 3&8 ebs. X 77o E 4.CT. cha.
R ; to plat of laid town_re- in the Town of Okeechobee recorded 25-20 to FOB: from POD N 77o K 4.67bl!. pea-
corded in Plat Book 2 at page 37. Book St. Lucia County Florida, la Plat Dual Rear Tires 10708. thence OOn o2, E as ebs. S 740 1.'.
i public records of St. Count)". 2, at page 26. W 4.73 X
South Dated Total-Truck price 1782.08 chs. OOo or. W 9.08 chs to
Florida and run thenee 70 feet at Okeechobee Florida. this Beg except Conner H)". All being In fEat1T
more or less Pst kStrreeettfo rappoint 50th day of September. A. D. 1M7. Truck and Body Price $2,475.80. See 35 TWP 37 S Rge 35 E Cont. :3.S STERL1NGJWEL-t
lint of North N. O. BTEWABT. IS 4 inch 2 ton Ford Cab and acres more or less
of beginning: Ttenet run South ISO Sheriff of Okeechobee County, will be offered for ute at public out.
fast to the North bou e_ ct 47:-Oct. ft. 10, 17, 24, 81. Florida. Chats! 8 Cylinder 100 H. P. Motor cry for the highest and belt cash bid.
. south Park atrat. tntne rats wait i S Spud Rear Axle, 125-21 subject to the right of the Board of PH.10 to K)7N,2NSI) : F1: PIERCE F1.A. b*
800 faat to the East boundary line of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage both
Florida East Com Railwayway dahtof OKEECHOBEE: OP REDEMPTION' Tlrei'and Vacuum Brake*-Truck District and-or Board of Count Comml .
thane run North alone said COUNTY. FLOE .tjon rs of Okaechoboa County, tori.
right of way Una NorthPathegsoutt: DA.INO ROAD BONDS AND TO BRIDGE REFUND. Prices U.CS7.tS-Truek and Body Florida, to reject any and all bid.s. at PERTWATCHRING&JEWELRY 'i
line of
boundary OKEECHOBEE Prices J2.6S1.67. the Courthouse wefnolo..t 100
thence run East 200 fee bet the pointof ROAD COUNTY. FLORIDA. o'clock A. M. oo the 27th day of October show,
beginning. Lying & in See. AND BRIDGE REFUNDING BODY SPECIFICATIONS: 1947. Casement for drainageand REPAIRS .
lions 18 and 21. Township 37 South BONDS ISSUE OF 1940. reclamation and road Somesale
foot wooden Purposeswill
Range 33 East1tginning SERIES A AND B platform body, he reserved.BOARD .
at the Southwest "Corner :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Palce U.381.95-Truck and Body OF COMMISSIONERS OF -
of Block 161. Town of Okeechobee. according the State Board of Administration of Price $2,681.67.Bid EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
tn plat of laid town recorded State of Florida successor to the DISTRICTand ren-
, in Plat Book 2. page 17. public records Board of County Commissioners of by O. K. Garage:
et St. Lode County, Florida, and run Okeecbobee County Florida. by virtue BOARD .OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS and
thence West S;1) feet to the East boundary of Section 16 of Article IX of the (2) 1 1-2 ton. 8.25-20 tires Dual OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY Kink
line of Florida East Coast Rail- Constitution of Florida, baa elected to Wheels Hydraulic Hoist, Flat FLORIDA
way right of way: thence run North and does exercise its option to call > Ry WILL YOUR FAMILY i the
along said right of way line to Inter. and redeem, on DECEMBER 1. 1947 dumpbody, 136 inch Wheelbase. MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD
section with the North boundary line the following described bonds to-wit: Delivered price of each unit $2- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Okee- 2
of Section 1C, Township 37 South 1.000 Okeechobee County Road and cbohee County Florida as agent for 4ot i idad
Range 33 East thence run East SO fret, Bridge Refunding Bond Series A- 3,50.00. said Board ALWAYS HAVE l
thence run South to the point of be. dated June 1 1940 due June 1. 1970 By CONN1M W. RAULERSON.
After dueT consideration the
ginning. Saying and excepting the Serial No. 501; Deputy Clerk.
right of way of Main' Line Seaboard 11.OIK Okeeehohee County Road and Board decided that the bid by Gil- A HOME ? <
Allr' Line Railway. Lylnjt'an beingin Bridge- Refunding Bond-Series B NOTICE / 'ors outpon- .
Section 14' Township 37 Sooth, dated .June 1, 194 due June 1 1970. bert Chevrolet Company was best
Range 33 EatBeginning .. Serial No. S3.: and was accepted. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -
at''the' Southwest Corner This notice has been filed with the the Board of Public Instruction of 35
of Block 119. Town of Okeechobee. ac payingagent.. Manufacturers Trust Okeerhobee: County Florida- wishes '
cording plat of acid town recorded Company, in, the City. of New York. BEE COUNTY. to contract block laying in connectionwith ,,4 Wing
in Plat Book .public recordsof New York. the constructionof the school
St, Lucle 2lu"t7. Florida: run Personally appeared before me, gymnasium. Bids will be opened In the
The holders of the above described JlOU want family to =-
office of the County : ,
Superintendenton your
thence South 70 feet to the South bonds Robert LaMartin Assessor of ,
are hereby notified to ,
present Monday November 3. 1947. 10
line .ofOortb Park Street at
for a point of beginning Thence run the same, to with the said all interest coupons attached Taxes for Okeechobee County, who o'clock A. M. All bids should be in the Lave a. home, even it something 'e is
paying agent where .
South 130 feet to tbo.nth boundary, Suiierintendent's office on or before aeenThe
redemption will be made at being duly worn, the above said
par plus gays date.
line of South Park Street thence! run accrued interest sLould happen to Life insurance i* the Lest -
on the date named Details>> of you.
East to the Western shoreline of "Qno- to-wit : DECEMBER Assessment Roll contains ,a true construction may be secured -
1, 1947. after
Northerly sobs tehee or along Taylor Mid ahorellne Creek, thence to a bear which Interest.date aaid' bonds will cease to statement and description of all The at Board the reserves Superintendent's the right office.to re- guarantee that She plans you Lave for your family open will
ject .
point due East of point of beginning, persons and property in the above any or all bids.VAN
thence run West to Point of begin STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION E. LJl1IIT EY. 's Lappinesswill Le carried out. the
ning. Lying and being in Sections 15 OF THE STATE' OF: FLORIDA. County of Okeechobee subject to Chairman. Board of Public Instruction. -

and East 22.: Township 37 South. Range 33 taxation or liable to be assessed ATTEST: % Consult friendly Life of Georgia agent about.. will

NOTICE TO CREDITORS herein and that the valuation CARL T. DURRANCE. rote
Beginning at a point on the North IN THE COURT OF: TilE COUNTY County Superintendent. for the financial future of
a oprogram or to
boundary line of Section 15. Township JUDGE. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY thereof, so far as they were made
27 South Range 33 East due North FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NOTICEOn datesand
y of the Northeast Corner of Block 1 of IN RE: ESTATE OF AXEL ASPLUND by,him, are just and correct so far your family.
the Town of Okeechobee according to DECEASED.TO as he has been able to ascertain. November 3. 1947. at ten o'clock
plat of said town recorded in Plat ALL CREDITOR'S AND PERSONS A. M. the Hoard of County Commissioners s, H
Book 2. page 17, public records of St. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ROBERT LaMARTIN. of Okeechobee County will receive
Lucle County Florida run thence AGAINST SAID ESTATE tenders for the lont;
: County Assessor of Taxes, Okee- purchase of the
South to Northeast Corner of said I' You and each of you are hereby no- i following equipment and material for w. ;' ::ZM"rrm e 0JNfHT/o/I- and
Block 1. thence run Southerly along tified and required to present any chobee County. said County:
the Eastern boundary of Blocks 1. 18. claims and demands which of One mowing machine. Brad
17. SS 33 34. :51. Si 53 82 83 S!' 115: 116 yon Sworn to and subscribed beforeme I
either of you. may have against the Bridge material for the constructionof
and 147 of said Town of Okeechobee. estate of Axel Asplund. deceased late this the 6 day of October, A. '' a bridge over Taylor Creek, on road ,. @W1iE1 GJRA\\ trey;
to the North-East Corner of Fractional of Henuepin County State of Minn to extending[ from State Highway: 13 to 'I' and
Block 148 of said Town of Okee- the County Judge of Okeechobee County Opal in said County Such material to J THE OLD RELIABLE SINCE 1891 < nth
chobee; thence run East to the Western CONNIE RAULERSON, boo delivered. at bridge site and set in
-shoreline of Onoitobatchee or Ta,.. Florida at his office. in the court :place. .Ors O..ICI.- ettaata Con.SUek.
'fir Creek thence run Southerly: along house of said 'Collnt, at Okeechobee. Notary Public State of Fla. I Said tenders to be opened and considered
the said western shoreline of said .Florida within eight calendar months by the County Commissionersat .
Creek to Intersection with the South from the time of the first publicationof (Seal.) the Courthouse in the City of Okee Foe+n.r 9 .KDUfrTPJAL LIFE and HEALTH INSURANCE CO.
boundary line of Section' 13 aforesaid this notice. Each claim or demand STATE OF FLORIDA, OKEECHO- 'chobee at the time above net forth. -
thence run East to the Eastern shoreline shall be in writing, and shall state the DE-E The CunimlnKioner reserve the right to he P
of ald Ononohatchee or 'Taylor place of residence and post office ad COUNTY.We ,reject any and all bids. -
Creek' thence Northerly along said dress of the (claimant and shall be the undersigned County C. E. DRAWDY. e9.
Eastern shoreline of said Creek to In- sworn to by the claimant his agent or Chairman Board of County ComniUsionera. Advertise in The News Subscribe to The News the
tfrwrtlon with the North boundary his attorney and any such claim or Commissioners in and for the .
line of Section 1$ aforesaid, thence demand not so filed shall be Told. County of Okeechobee, State of I rare
ran West along aaid Section line to CLARA ASPLUND, .. .. Se.

excepting the point the of right beginning.Sating of war..of ..Main and, A.< administrator of the Estate of: Florida; do hereby certify that weBate ...-0',\W! ,"-" .<."*-..yti\&JX XS4OV4M M M Mi" "' !} 'CO ... '" M",.'"0'" ". "i" "-" 0"" =
Line of Seaboard Air Line Railway. AXEL ASPLTTND: Deceased. carefully examine the fore
Lying and bring In Secttloa 15: First publl'atlonptt'mber 12. 1947. going Assessment Roll of said rE:
Townsjilp 37 South. Uange 33 East
That certain tract of land 'marked county for the year A. D. Nineteen
RESERVED*' lying South of Blocks Advertise in The News Hundred and Forty-Seven and _
have compared the 'original and

two copies* thereof, as required by Tractors

Section 934, Compiled General

Laws of Florida, (Section 728, Re- I

HERE ARE cow PACTS OH KEEPING WARM vised General Statutes of Florida)

HEXT WINTER and find the same to .be correct.C. ;
This authoritative -
fully illustrated book JM:
let, gives "all the

winter.house" to Florida heating f.Ianswer. R.O. J.M.' CHAPMAN DURRENCE.,. THE GIBSON TRACTOR IS NOW AVAILABLE t. : 1

,. problems. See
your "

Om ..'' office dealer today.or call at our \i COUNTY. I AND ON DISPLAY. ; Emberbegin.

I hereby certify that the warrant .

'U1' given under the hand of Rob- : ag-at
m noiiu N n$1VF c CUllll ert La Martin County Assessor of : ,

Taxes, to Bessie Alderman Tax a ter-

hector, and attached to the Assessment A-factory representative will demonstrate these tractors at our F'.8ite.place .

Roll for the County of -g' -:'

Okeechobee for the year A. D1. of business Saturday, October 25th. In the field he'wi -use 1 Jl, .

Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Sev gets

en has been duly recorded on page the mower, plow, disc, scraper and all other implements. atrongotball-

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,.., "', the county aforesaid, as requiredby 'lion.

aA. ,.... ..."'';,. ......,y ;{ "".. Section 934 Compiled General DON'T MISS THIS PERFORMANCE! i very

... i" ).-. .1. ; Laws of Florida, (Section 728 of k '

I it ,. ,.' the Revised General Statutes of : rtll/be

t .,,; Florida.) ; ,t the
Given under my hand and seal OF THE GIBSON TRACTOR -fSaturday : sight: s

.I t w'r "..I. of office this 6 day ot-Oetober, A. .:::. jo! par_
;a. D. 1947.MABEL.
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rely-' Clerk of the Circuit Court i In .. iion of
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\ 'eed
\I-.:: and for the County of Okeechobee.The .- f

Tax Assessor presented his :: -: ./ t b
Iw- tax roll before the Board and it .- r
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being duly examined, was adopted.The ; 1:; :

Board adjourned until Sat- .
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tuisiuu urday, October 18, 1947, at 9:00A. I. OCTOBER 25th ; 'c .

M. o'clock to accept bids on ;

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. the extra .wear.' v of. a second pair Symptoms of DistroUArsi1KSTOMACH ULCERSDUETO from -: -. -

EXCESS ACID I .". ;',,
A good shoe that outlasts two ordinary shoes saves you the free BookT.tls.f Heo.Trwts'dsttba t SALES S YICE.\ LI.a.U. t .,

; cost of one replacement .* therefore you actually spend less Mast Help wit WIll Cost Y.. NotidnC .- X : -1

for it per day,per mile of wear.Mora Better buy Florsheims.."* 'Over three million bottles of thfoee WrUA-CI' : ,- ,
r rT*>Anujrr hT. beenijmptomsof ;'
disDUxtlsM. rori ; "pu : .
-- and DtMdNMI Ulara due to glass Add. ;,S. ROYAL. TIRES. ,
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{ General Assembly.. Gets Under Way\DEPARTMENTINSTRUCTION CLASSIFIED: '-

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"i "A..._l mt* N...* RaodZ are 13 lecson '","

U. N. Delegates ConveneAt x ctmty-prepares First for bookkeeping lesson opens service set oi your books Vs.* 'F::}. '
s makes profit and low statements and -..,;: -
sbeeUo Each lesson corrected or
Uv fed. Cost 'very resson..ble' .,
Mia "
:pp f ec;:. write for partSejUar .
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Harmful to Animals ."PRINTERS. ARTISTS. GREAT 7iATTN. -- ,,-
EST letterhead FEEDS Iraus *.,- -
BAUKHAGE Natt'i Mail SI. V ,
: CB,CO,SU Wall:':. .A flsUCalJr
Abserplion or Licking ffftff Analytt end Com1MlII lor. I II --

Toxicity Overplayed WASHINGTON.-At the opening of the current session of **** **** *1y-f..
I made the usual rounds _
When DDT fly sprays first became the United Nations general assembly .
available for farm buildingsand greeting friends from far corners of the earth whom these ,:,;,

livestock there was consider- meetings bring together. Two converged upon me and one ,fl uy, and (LlkL 2ott7JLQ. !! :: ,"

able talk about sprayed animals be- of them began to discourse on the fact that we three were be-

ing poisoned from absorption coming conference veterans.He 1LS Sau i1r/L tIlondJ ,

through the skin, or from lickingone started to say ". let's see how many is it, there was the first FIGHTING POLIO FROM THE AIR .If. as many medical researchers ;' "_

another, or licking the walls of Quebec then the second Quebec. But the other man interrupted him believe flies are responsible for carrying poll., the practice of JnulMfmRnL ::

buildings to which DDT bad been and remarked gently: '"Oh no it goes further back than that. This is my spraying fly-breeding' areas from helicopters may become an important &M :

applied. forty-fourth. Remember there was a League of Nations too?" factor in preventing' spread of the disease. Here helicopter sprays

Evidence however indicates the The younger man stopped. Off DDT powder on dumps in Buffalo N. Y. *,* ** * *:71c +
danger of toxicity to animals has course his gray haired colleaguewas There is no word which properly

been overplayed. For Instance in right. "And you still believe" translates "democracy" in Russian.

t Missouri last summer a cow drank the younger man asked earnestly When using the term the Russians NEWS REVIEW

half a tubful of r'DDT barn spraywhfle "that some day they'll work?" merely give the English word its How Sluggish Folks'

"Certainly." was the reply. And it Russian form. But what a gulf be- .,:

was made with such simple sincerity tween their meaning and ours. Liberty Conserve Food: Truman; Get Relief
Happy ,
that we "youngsters" felt a little of the individual is not impliedat {'k

reproved.The all in the Russian concept.

next day I walked to a rail Indeed many people have U.N. Adopts AgendaFOOD

way station across the beautiful'lushing said there is no real desire for ';"

Mead- liberty on the part of the modern 4 I
own> in the twig :. Russian generation. And yet PLANS:

light, the scent of fi they constantly describe their ConservationIt I HEADLINERS I
ew-mown grass country and their satellites as
all about us. with "democracies." wasn't hard for President Truman
to figure out: Europe is in des-
one of those"instanttranslator. prodigies perate need of food from the U. S. IN CAMDEN N. J. Joseph

an ." She t There was a'good deal of elec- but the U. S. will leave itself wide Valentino hailed into court 'for belaboring .:
March McGhee. 22; on the '!f!, ,
was one of the female i tioneering before and during the open for even greater price spiral- "
of the species close battle over the election for the ling if it boosts. its exports much jaw. explained apologetically to the WHEN CONS1PAT10N.mates JOG fa '
judge that he thought Miss McGheewas punk as the dickens brines oa stomach ,;' .
presidency of the assembly. At first higher ,
who are
his wife got 10 days. upset soar taste gassy discomfort
quite as efficient the American delegation had intended The'answer, he told a special press take Dr. Caldweffs famous median _cCO' -
IN HOUSTON Lt Gen. Ira C. .
as the males. Butit to vote for Oswaldo Aranha of conference is food conservation by to quickly pull the trigger oa lazy
the farmer was tinkering with was not her BraziL He is an old and staunch all Americans. It is not a matter of Eaker. former deputy commanding nards". and help you feel blight and ,<

his sprayer and-getting ready to feminine charm friend of the United States. But he eating any less, he said but of general of U. S. air forces retired chipper again. :-
readjusted himself to civilian life by DR.CALDWCLTS Is the wonderful sea. ;
., spray his barn. The cow suffered which attracted felt that Brazil had had enough wasting less. taking a job as vice president of na laxaure contained ia good old Syrup -.,,:,,:
no bad effects. me. if such were Baukhage honors at the recent conference in In line with that he announcedthe Tool Pepsin to make it so easy to take. \ -
Hughes company.IN
At West Virginia university last to be discovered. Rio that he had served one term setting up of a citizens food com- MANY DOCTORS use pepsia preparations
year the dairy department threw I tried to ask her a little about her before and that it would be best not mittee to develop a food conservation ia prescriptions to make tie medi. '' .i.
art author. ;
Lounsbury no
cine more palatable and agreeable to
ci>tion to the wind and put 32 work my first question being: to run. He said he didn't want the program in the nation. Charles ity bought an oil painting at an take. So be sure your laxative is coa- ::,
pounds of 50 per cent DDT powderin "Isn't it interescng" job. So our delegates pledged for Luckman of Cambridge. Mass.. pres- auction for "a later discov- tamed in Syrup Pepsin. 't.
100 gallons of water then "Interesting? Oh for a while." Evatt of Australia who was exceed- ident of Lever Brothers was named ered it was "Palm song. Sunday Morning" INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL-& favorite ::17-:;
sprayed cows with it. That figuresout she answered "but one would like ingly anxious to be elected. But the president of million for SO years and feel '.
about 16 per cent for DDT. Most to get around a little more. I have Latin-Americans would have none of Regarding Europe Mr. Truman by 19th century master Cali. that wholesome relief from constipa .-,7, :..
valued at $20,000.IN tion. Eren finicky children lore it.
recommendations to date have been been here since spring. I'd like to I it. They demanded Aranha run. The said the food and fuel situation thereis sano
PITTSBURGH ... City Councilman CAUTION Use only as directed. t
under 1 per cent for DDT water get back to the Orient and-other contest narrowed to him and Evatt. too critical to allow time for de-
animals. "There were This Russia the Latin- tailed study. Thus, apparently in an E. J. Leonard longtime advocate -
sprays on places. put on spot
of sidewalk repair cited the E
absolutely sno harmful results" the America wants to liberalize the emergency frame of mind the Presi- D CAIDWELL'S; ":
I mentioned that we had had danger of increased spills as a result
Evatt would dent called together congressional
head of the dairy department ref veto tear it to pieces. '
simultaneous translation at of a combination of the new
ported. The DDT controlled flies, And the veto is the Russian pet But leaders to discuss possible steps SEMA LAXATIVE
e Nuernberg. "Oh I was there long skirts, high heels and broken
in United States for that could be taken immediately to ,
too. The spray was put on May the was Evatt so -
she said "and always cold. One pavements frightened the city council -
end there were no flies on the cows Russia voted for Aranha and he aid the starving continentIf CONTMNID at SYlUP PFi Sot
could never get warm any- Into passing a ruling that all
until the middle of August won. possible he said he would not
where. I agreed. "And, she walks be repaired immediately.
call special session of congress
added. "1 .went there direct The Russian delegation went if stop-gap aid lot Europe could
from India. Into a. huddle on the floor. The without :
Dehorning Instruments be pushed through resorting Relief At LastForYourCough :
I tried to get some observation Russian stooges had" to be told to that step. An Old Note

Spread Common DiseaseA from her on the idea behind these just how to vote. And who shouldbe Americans could start preparingfor "Dear Stunner This Eisler

cattle' disease known as ana- conferences and their effort to bring the man who ran around a heavy barrage of food con-. case seems a hard nut to crack.
,plasmosls has gained a serious foot- about world understanding and taking orders-or shall we say servation propaganda.
What do suggest Sincerely
hold in the United world peace. "Do you think that suggestions-from the Russian yon
States and is more they are worthwhile. I asked. delegation to the various groups, TOUGII AGENDA: E. L. ipifyiTrcfltaiftn relieves promptly he-
prevalent than most (We're always asking that hope- Albania, Poland and the others That, Sumner Welles former undersecretary cause it goes right; to the seat of the
folks realize.It under the Russian thumb? No DodgingI of state, told the house trouble to help! loosen and expel
fully if a little wistfully.) germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
is a febrile infectious "Oh, yes" she replied quickly It was Sarge M. Koudtiavtsev. a United Nations general assembly committee on un-American activl to soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed -
protozoan 'they are much better than none at member of the staff of advisors to proved at least one thing in the'first ties was a note he received from bronchial mucous mem
Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt in 1939 when druggist to sell you
disease that may be all, much. But I feel that the men the Russian delegation. That name week of its current session-it isn't branes.Tell Crecmulsion your with the understanding -
the then first lady interested ia a
chronic or acute. It here do not really wish to make didn't mean much to me but I was going to dodge any issues. was you must like the Vl&71t
attacks older ani- sacrifices to have peace. The men reminded by Paul Ward of the Bal After riotous preliminary sessions obtaining an open hearing on the quickly allays the cough or yea are

mals mostly. Aver- in their own governments do not timore Sun who always has a sharp in which they heard the U. S. and passport application of -one Banns to have your money back.

age mortalityranges wish them to make enough conces- eye out for such matters that this Russia flay each other verbally and Eisler." Austrian refugee from, Hit back.CREOMULSION

from 30 to aions to rob the officials in the dif- active gentleman was the man U. N. Secretary General Trygve Lie ler. Bronchitis
50 per cent of animals ferent governments of their own named as the "architect" the call for an end to feuding the delegates The note an almost forgotten memento .

affected. Clinical symptomsare power. And so the beautiful words Russian spy system in the report on voted doggedly to take on the of.the. prewar era.was hailed ---

similar to tick fever. they use are only rationalization.They the plot to 'obtain official secrets entire list of tough almost insoluble resoundingly in newspapers across SOOTHE

Treatment is UU in the experimental express Idealistic thoughts but from the Canadian government problems standing as a barrier to the land because Hanns Eisler was ro IT ell.,

stage. The disease probably when it comes to acting to imple- world accord. BASH OR rmER "
is spread by insect bites. Many ment them they do not wish to go Among the items admitted to the
'cases coming to the attention of bureau that far. They already have satisfied Two women are exceedingly popu- agenda were the partition of Palestine forting GRAYS OINTMENTcwiitth

of animal Industry investigators that feeling they know they lar at the assembly meetings and peace in the Balkans, independence its wholesome antiseptics and else nature

have followed mechanical dehorning should have to do the right thing. their popularity seems to grow. Oneis of Korea and Marshall's proposal like aiding it-nothing-medication.ao comforting--Nothing'

:- when too little or no atten- Then they do not have to do it. Justas Mrs. Pandit Nehru wife of the to reorganize U. N. machinery pleasant for externally caused skin
tion bad been given to disinfecting all of us rationalize our own mis Indian leader and one is Mrs. Elea- to hold a tighter rein on the. turbu- troubles. 35C.: ; Get a package today.

instruments., conduct. nor Roosevelt They are both, active lent peace. ---- --

If calves have horn buttons re- That gave me a pause.It Soviet delegate Andrei Vishinsky'i
resolution calling on member nations -
moved when..oung. by means of also gave me some hope for 4J'u//-
to take criminal action
chemical dehorning fluid the danger this session for I believe that the against Y...-o
of spreading the disease by dehorning powers of the assembly will be t{warmongering propagandists was I ,\ fit mil ann ui riut) if
whole-heartedly admitted to debate. Airs.Roosevelt Hanna Eisler
tools is eliminated strengthened so that they can RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
probably because it will provide a
enforce' what the people want chance to muD over the concept of accused of being a Communist lIe
The fine words and Idealistic is the brother of Gerhart
freedom of the Eisler No.
This Land of Ours plans will have more force U press. 1 agent of the Kremlin in the U. S. MSMEII/S

Must Now Be Saved the permanent committee of the ABSOLVED: Eisler and his wife finally were i MAGIC

t assembly on peace and security Hirohito issued visas in Mexico City to cover r ,
i which Secretary of State Mar- I their entrance into this country. He ,

1 shall proposed is created. It Even while five, high-ranking Jap- has taken out naturalIzation. papers *
1I win be in session all the time. MRS. PANDIT NEHRU anese army and navy officers were and is a song-writer in Hollywood.In BRINGS BLESSED ftEMt

I Its voice unmuffled by the over being hanged by the neck in pay- : 1928. Eisler told the committee Lsrg.aetuee-a ss'Uf-SaaI Seas t *
i use of the stultifying veto will and intelligent Mrs. Pandit ttasl anent for their crimes of cannibal- he had applied for membership in a tiit.ii; m mi u IIHCIIIa I
( be heard continuously: not names come first in India as in ism torture and murder of U. S. the German Communist but ui tin UK mn*ii wa M nce/11f **
i...minima e.niwWND
many other countries) has been aeltrt mi ee
when the assembly itselfis Emperor Hirohito
merely prisoners was being -; had dropped out A department 01
t tn session. named ambassador to Russia by hei: publicly absolved of
any responrsibility labor report made in 1938 said 01
H tt t new governmentI for the Pacific war by.the him: "The evidence establishes pre-

{ Word Contain couldn't help thinking consider chief U. S. war crimes prosecutor ponderantly that Harms Eisler is a
ing the recent emancipation of women Joseph B. Kennan told the international Communist"Mrs.

Great Significance in India that Mrs. Pandit was war crimes tribunal that Roosevelts attitude towardthe a .

Words still are making trouble as more like Mrs. Roosevelt than Mrs. "The prosecution believes the peoplein affair was lackadaisical The

;q they always have. It isn't what we Roosevelt herself when you in the dock are really responsiblefor note to Welles on behalf of Eisler lspM..1 A..IIMaJUSTa

Al say so much as what people thinkwe cider the unconventionality of for this war. If there had been any- was strictly routine she said, adding ..& IUULW41
mean. For instance there was a judged by the standards of the one else they would be in the dock that she neither knew Eisler nor DASH IN UAYNIRS.eawutatess..

long discussion of the word "im respective older generations.If too:" remembered the note. . .
pinge." on the second day of the as-
sembly meeting. This was just the

One of the greatest costs of the English meaning discussed among SIX BILLION A YEAR -I4 41-4T
;; war. to America was the depletion English-speaking reporters. Secretary .
Demands for Marshall had said this new per
'of her son. increased
"production, forcing of land without manent committee of the assembly Watch yo"r

Q ..returning necessary food shortage would not "impinge on the security Farm Co-ops Do Huge Trade :
ref: fertilizer and the lack of labor,to council.: :The great argument about. Kidney's.

properly plant son protecting crop I the committee has been'that it was I volume of trade Is indication : and private enterprises ) the number .Help Thou CeII.IYe the bloodotHarmfal
1 has resulted in erosion and barren intended to1 bypassthe security any are not. of farm cooperatives
soil in hundreds<< of thousands of council itself and thus duck the America's farm cooperatives Leading In dollar volume of trade I 1.352 of them reporting memberships .ft w'Body esaatutiy WasterYwktdn. 3ttirlesk

of land. veto. are establishing themselves ever were some 2,256 grain cooperatives totalling 508.000 farmers. UHnois .......u.froa -
t acres more firmly as a significant force which handled .1-45 billion dollars was second in idasyswar.dma i ifs tiait wort-*
If the English-speaking reporters membership at act M Hmtan Uuadxt-tet t*f.-
in the realm of agriculture. worth of business during the with 485.000.
while .
year Wlseonsin ntaiacd. ay
weren't quite sure bow faryou was soon UoporftiM tUt, U
.Dried Sweet Potatoes when In the l 45-48 marketing year covered by"the.report. Dairy mar- second in. the number of associa tk..r.t.a aa4 ep..t&lie whds

::Prove 'Excellent Food "impinge ge. er" It's don't n*ga.wender there yea farm cooperatives. with more than keting'associations previously were tions'with 1,002, most of them dairy ,0007. 8 : e s"C'7'k Lsekael..
,' .- five million individual farmers par the leading organizations in the coop fps pati.at Ma4a atta aot C i" .'
SWeet potatoes'prepared for feed was cenfosUB: when It was eUi panar.
setting ap f.
Ucipating. did a record six billion field. In dollar a1PIa.I
'u translated late halt a dozen volume the huge Cali cols tfc* of a rr.es
slicing and sun drying were compared : : ;
by dollar business. according to an The record business of all types fornia cooperatives led the pep
with', cracked No. 3 other languages.It Geld] Otter bladder Aado I
: yellow ot Udncy
: estimate by the farm credit administration represents a 400-mimoa donar increase with 652 minion dollars, white Minnesota ore tiro-... bumin.: teta(7.e :
con Inseries of digestion and was the translation of one word of the department of agri- above the cooperative vol- was rec:0n41rithm"miJBaD &OO

J, nitrogen balance trials with steer which nearly caused a revolution in culture. ume in'the'1944-45 marketing,year. dollars D.etaas Tb.-.iedd.:.r"thus doubt BcctoeU ttat pnyto a

,, and lambs by klahcma experiment Korea 'and made:the work of the (The FCA report came at a time FCA reported. It was emphasized, Grains dry beans and rice 0I'fUe.. -'.aft bees triaaia&
t the basis of total digestible marketing sew fritad for tk.a tasty yTb.y
On nor
station: commission there
American infinitely when a house small business subcommittee however that "part of this increaseis cooperatives
accounted _for hay a tia -.widDOANSPiLlS rppstatlooAws
nutrient content the dried more difficult It also has affected was investigating any undoubtedly< due to the rise, In 2.%5CS associations: Ga6oeo'tnember. row3.d by: grst.fsiywiveIbeeosatrr :
I ,.s sweet potatoes had 92.3 per cent the the whole course of action by possible advantages the'co-ops might prlcesot products farmer sell and and LO billions in dollar volume onr.4 :i... l't

I c't&Jueot.No': 3'eorn. Nitrogen retention the assembly on Korea. It was the have over other business because of supplies that farmers buy.. to 'takeftr place for the year
t by steers'and lambs was word """truSteeship." atf the fact that they are tax-exempt Minnesota again led all states In among commodity- groupings.
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Prepared Right Browned the nations of Western Europe? ".. : i..M. : ....:.".i. chest and back at bedtime:- .
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,Pineapple Cole Slaw people.are willing to assist in ; : cd finest
t' STIMULATES chest: and back:surf aces '.
t } Bran Muffins the physical rebuilding of those war- ? '; like a warmlnjT poult :e. And 16 M---The
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Beverage to prevent their coming under dom- .A,:j' bours even Yae KS fmtlrwill

Recipe given. ination of totalitarian Communistic while you sleep J JCLEAHDIL, bIt

Russia. The American people
Mix on, lemon Juice and season- would help in rebuilding and re- ,
ping Western factories ANCIENT RIVALRY RENEWED Mayhem the password -
tags; rub well Into meat Dredge equ European was ,;.7' ,a t
meat with flour t railroads and other utilities the day when Cherokee Indians renewed the game of stickball, a sports :

and brown slowly (,. farms homes and other things nec- competition hundreds of years old at,the annual Cherokee. N. C.,fair. e-show.

in fat. Add the essary .to put the people of those L.-.Some

tomatoes. Cover nations on their feet so they again IN THESE UNITED STATES on ale

closely and cook may support themselves. 1 t> l

In a slow oven
,for about 4 hours I do not believe any large Mayhem Prevails as Indians .e.,'eTIII
or until meat is number of the American peopleare sad I In

fork tender. t willing to contribute financially n--Klng,
-" Swiss to promotion of the theories Renew Ancient Competition
steak they
is -
meats _
Leftover are easily and policies of a political
cheaper than some cuts of meat and ::
creamed and served In patty the party as we did to the extentof WNV Features. I'
shells on a platter generouslyheaped leftovers may be used as the a-
some four billion dollars in n at
meat from pot roast. CHEROKEE, N. C.-Cherokee Indians'smile politely at"hoary"
J. with vegetables economy the case of England. To a large ent of
note for your budget. Cream Swiss Steak. extent our money: directly or football traditions which have pitted teams against AC "S-Star Qualify Oil Fitter
j plendor
each other at the longest count for only two generations. Be- ,
1H indirectly went to finance f
! homemakers taking pounds round or arm steak experiments Elements give you double jilts T U- .
"Budget-wise are
this in 1540 ancient Indian
fore De Soto came through country ,
1% teaspoons salt In National Socialism '
second look at their budgetsthis turn-first, through virgin cotton V } P i-
a clans for centuries had been competing in stickball
t M teaspoon pepper not to rebuild and re-equip a compe- the acid-
season and most of them are fibers-6eCoud.
% cup flour England's factories. tition so honored in time and custom and so intent in purposethat
, ,keeping one eye on their purse proof glass cloth Collector Tube -
2 tablespoons lard the annual games were surrounded -< evening
.strings, whilethe other eye is glued H cup sliced onion If the people of France. England by secret rites and cere- clans had a blood zevenge pattern Trap, which 'to One item that is
prices. getting
H cup water or any other Western European nation monies.A and there was one town of refuge rot and 4 I j on u f on
consideration is meat. '
eztra; H cup sour cream want to play with National Socialism renewal of that ancient rivalryis (Echota) in which prospective victims thus allow pollution I"i;

,Therms hardly 'such a thing as a that is their privilege but staged annually as a highlight of were inviolate. Many social of the oil. i Q p .,,--

budget cut of meat anymore, thick.Have Season steak cut 14 to 2 inches the American people will not again the Cherokee fall fair although taboos including marrying. Joking An exclusiveI m Queen

but naturally' and with well salt and pepper provide the money to finance such later-day games lack a lot of the and other relationships were defined AC featnre.d' 4i eFR

there are some pound flour into steak. experiments. blood-letting of aboriginal days. An by clan rules which height- y t, to_openIon

thai are less expensive N, Brown steak on both sides In lardor Congress should and I believe innovation at this fall's fair was a ened rivalry of the ball games. \ ti'will
drippings. Add I\
than oth \\\ gredients. Cover remaining in- will tie such strings to any appropriation stickball game in which children's Teams were carefully preparedfor ait {tter'.>the
closely and simmer
lamb era. Breast is among of J t f for about 3 hours,, or until ten-- made to aid Western Eu- teams competed for the first' time the contests the rites includinga (era will,
rehabilitation will purification of rackets the ;
der. ropean as prevent publicly. at rivers -
_those a's well as American sacrification of Millions rely tan votedoor
any money being used edge players
Rice-Beef Balls. Rough Is Right. DOUBLE on name.
t some of the beef directly or indirectly, for any experiment with rattlesnake fangs and all-night e. for
I 'cuts: including li! pounds ground beef in government or political The game itself also played by dances. Today little remains of this FILTERED highest Quality ('a

:' .toncue: if you J4 cup uncooked rice party theories. other Indian tribes in America is although elders sometimes still JeUy.petroleum Fin for ems and

,:- like pork TOU.ni 1 teaspoon salt one of the roughest sports in the gather team members for conferences FOR EXTRA QUAUTT urns, chafe. (lors, H.:

i I have' to be satisfied 1 tablespoon grated onion Whatever aid we may providefor world. Forerunner of lacrosse it is the nature of which are not puRirr Hunt

',: 'with a suggestion of the flavor. 1 can tomato soup rehabilitation of Western played with a small ball with 10 freely discussed. Young bucks so- BG] 4 e :

V'V -A roast Is good economy if it is H can water European countries we should players on a side each armed with phisticated by overseas service JAR IO I ts and,

beef or lamb because you can count Z tablespoons chopped onion write off as a gift and not fool two small home-made rackets. The laugh at the old superstitions but -- t J.n, Brad

on two or three meals as well as 2 tablespoons chopped green pepper ourselves by considering it a idea is to propel the ball across a the teams nevertheless usually Ightsey;

..' sliced meat for sandwiches.' If you; Mix meat rice and seasonings. loan. We know, from experience goal line represented by two wil emerge as a unit from the banks of jus andventh

:'. plan on one roast' per week-carefully Shape into small balls and drop it will not be repaid any more lows stuck in the ground. The ball the Occonaluftee just before going Sure i)0lj@) you I

,cooked so as to avoid expensive them into tomato soup to which the than were the loans made during may be advanced in any manner into action. ad Con.

shrinkage-then it's easy to use the water onion and green pepper have and following World War I. whatever -earned, thrown passedor

,economy: items I've already men been added. Cook very slowly for They were accepted as loans, kicked. Once on the ground how shake off I COLDS

tioned to fill up the other days 40 minutes. Serve with tomato but when payment became due, ever it may not be picked up except Even ) Chick-

V nicely., sauce poured over them. an. with exception of little Fin- with the rackets. Lowly Hole he P.

,Idver-Rtce Cakes. land repudiated. That was true servedin ,
y' What makes Indian ball so exciting In Donut To Rate
)(Makes 10 cakes) of France England, Germanyand Is simply the absence of say thousands the \

I pound sliced pork liver Belgium. We. made definite rules. Once a player has the Special CentennialIn eea are

,-- ff& cup shortening; s fH + + n y loans to those nations They ball he is fair game for any about, good 7

r VV small onion were accepted as such.- They sort 'of treatment. Including: the maze of special weeks and tasting SCOTTS will be

J'ii',1% cups cooked rice were better able to pay then mayhem. Stripped'to trunks, the observances eventually there shouldbe

;;if 1 teaspoon salt than they are now, or will be Indians run, tackle wrestle, a limit even in the giddy postwar EMULSION iool led

'A teaspoon pepper for many years In the future. choke and bite without let or world. But now comes forth announcement If eoUa nan*on.or yon : [lie Car-
."'. '-It' 1 egg 9x They repudiated. We could not hindrance. The rackets some- catch them often maybe
collect of a celebration in Oc yon dont set encash eaters A4D
collect. We never
134 tablespoons ,milk times are used to whacking op- Vitamin food. Then start<< taking rood -
; 4cVV. !' .% cup milk for anything we may advance ponents over the header, across tober to note the centennial of the tMtiar Scott's Emulsion See how
\* %- at this time. There Is no reason hole In the donut Impetus for the promptly help* break ap a cold and
1 .;\.Fry the liver In the % cup of the shins. help build yw vp...you feel
for our carrying such: an account event as you'd undoubtedly suspect your owe aell win I Scott.U
l shortening until nicely browned and as an asset, for it never What the spectators see is something comes from the baking industry. a HIGH ENERGY FOOD
: ;;ilet cool. Put the liver and onion TONIC-rich in aslant AD
would be paid.! like this.Opposing : Although the celebration itself Vitamin and.aemrboQdincnataral ce .
:; through the food chopper. Add the Economical. r
> oil. Boy
march the field
teams on
.r.:> 'rice. salt, pepper, egg. milk and mix I VV Our aid in rehabilitation of West- and face each other in two lines may rate significance only passing is attached notice historical to If today at,oar Am*(tor*. asmitMN

Vwen.. Shape into small cakes and.I era Europe is not entirely unselfish. where individual opponents are that lowly hole in the donut That MORE than lust a tonic- .
brown in % cup of shortening until Such rehabilitation has definite "
a much
sometimes after
< "matched. at least is the contention of Cam- powerful ISCOTTS r ***WRS :
V>';:: brown on both sides.Barbecued aid
-V- value to us. Without our they wrangling. Each man has a per- den. Me., where the celebration will .:
.1=, Lamb Breast. ,, t 6k Ps most certainly will fall under the
? f c !w'" VVV >a' !t sonal opponent and they are get its official start. Part of Cam- noanceAnnb
;:+ (Serves 4) jfcnfaftirrhkiiHteffiT/r*fyi&fr j>itHhj.niinft/rftriT'lUfiViitTfcAaftii fri'rnVi::: domination of totalitarian Commu- responsible for guarding their den's fame emanates from the fact EMUISIOH' t -

$' 2 pounds'breast'of lamb A few slivers of leftover meat nistic Russia. | Their resources and opposites. The ball formerly a hick- that it is the birthplace of the late HIGH tit
f Kay
TONIC held'tn
11| 1 medium onion are easily used In an attractive manpower will be' controlled by ory nut. is tossed into' the air. and Capt. Hanson Gregory acknowl-

: H cup chili saucer salad served In shells to make Russia. Such a condition would the game is on. edged inventor of the hole in the ,: pvember

*r 1 teaspoon salt a substantial luncheon dish. Add give Russia a war potential we When a player gets the ball he donut. 11 begin,

V Pepper eggs,' cottage cheese and vegetables .- could not meet It would constitutea and usually pops it into his mouth and Prior to 1847. all donuts or round !sing at.J10rm& .
14 teaspoon red pepper if yon are some what shy grave threat to country fulfillment lights out for the goaL Opponentsare cakes as they were known then .
the world. It would mean a
1 tablespoon vinegar of meat itself. to of that Russian dream of a privileged to run him down were made without the hole. Some fee bare -
1 water choke the ball out of his mouth or times
round cake
cup a had a nut In the
Here of cutei:1
two real and the
are economy dishes: Communistic world
otherwise team
center and historians _
Cut lamb into S pieces. .Season which y ou'll like for the cooler our American free enterprise. first getting 12 goals is winner.A attribute the : > build
of the
nth salt and pepper. Place in: a weather origin name "donut" to this
skillet with game might last 30 minutes-It fact
the fatty 'sides of Breaded(Serves Oxtails.4) INFLATION HELPS DEBTORS might, last all day. A player at- At any rate during the year 1847. V .V 3 Vets
i tempting to tackle a ball-carrier is i1 t strongfootball
the Captain
Gregory his
the meat on THOSE who are in debt are the was sailing
oxtails '
\ bottom .o they 2 only ones who can profit from inflation liable to prompt tackling by his"guard" sturdy vessel in northern waters. He

\ ",. I 'will brown easily. 3 sprigs parsley, chopped from cheap money. The United or anyone and sometimesthe and his men liked the round cake Jer.: The
3 sprigs thyme to stalemate with
comes a
Mix 'chill sauce States government as the great- game with a doughy center eating it not nIt one
1 bay leaf matches going on at
10 wrestling
''vinegar only at mealtime but also as
red pepper in the nation stands to a
est n TU"ffor
+ and water Salt and pepper once. There are no rest periods and snack when they were at the steering CALOX :
from the Inflation we so
profit to
Dash of is disabled change .
i and'pour' over cayenne has no substitutions. If a player wheel. One October day in 1847
1 egg beaten greatly fear. government the opposing team must discard will
himself beat
onion Captain Gregory was at the
Slice tonic
lamb. 260 billion the
promised to pay some effect
1 cup sifted dry bread crumbs a man and the game continues. steering wheel with handful of do-
a theitnUbt.
tad place over meat. Cover. dollars to those who hold Its bonds.
lid Wash oxtails and cut into 4-inc. nuts or round cakes. He had no on smile I
for IVi hours, then remove In that promise there Is no specification On the field are. "drivers, your .
": and cook for about 20 minutes 'or lengths. Cover with boiling water as to the value of the dollars elderly men who are armed place to put the cakes so he Efficient Color writs tun uny t i to *,

:V -V until most of the barbecue sauce is Add parsley, thyme bay leaves the creditor is to receive. Runaway with long switches. With these rammed the soft cakes over the 1 par
: Helps remove 61m..bring oat other
absorbed. '" salt pepper and cayenne. Simmer inflation could make our dollars they point toward the small and spokes of the steering wheel, thus all the natural lutre of roar "

'-t. A pot roast is very nice to have tails until tender about 2 to 3 hours. practically valueless but they sun often obscure baD or to the forcing a hole through each of them. mile.

," : as'the roast'of theweek."anathen'i : Let cool In stock. Drain meat dip would be dollars. The government player hiding it, crying ."hahni He and the men liked the cake 2 A special ingredient la Caloxtacourstes tion of

it's easy'to use as sliced meat for in egg and roll in crumbs. Fry in could pay off its bonded indebtedness hahni!" ("herel here]"). They with the hole so much that Captain rfP massage..* red in

.':;.' supper or ground and usedJor deep het fat (370 degrees) until with 260 billion of such valueless also are empowered to beat any Gregory ordered the ship's cook to which:..helps has makes atCN effect them hID on gvm&drosT.Tooe and a

::; meat pies stuffing for>peppers.pinwheels brown., dollars. For those who own laggard player, but this privilege make all future donuts with holes in up you snuie....witbAU led by

x with biscuit .dough, 'etc' .-If Ham-Sweet Potato Puffs. bonds there is no way to hedge. seldom Is exercised nowa them and thus-according to the to

t; you make it Creole 'style.;" It Will (Serves 5) Selling them now would not help as days. New England Legend-the hole in t. /-- MtKto. bhrtttriti, ere
the donut was born. JIJ ,.., ttI Me..wakd,; & w-a..r Cipate.let.
have. plenty of flavor for other uses. 1 cup ground cooked ham the dollars received now would betting is doneas
Some surreptitious
Creole Pot Boast. .: 2 cups mashed sweet potatoes have. if we had runaway inflation. the teams meet in midfiekU In The celebration of the 100th anniversary -
value then than the dol- of the donut hole will take
l 1 beaten no greater
S chuck of beef egg the the
days were
Dds ,
former squaws
P V 94 cup sifted flour lar of that time. The best gamble place at the home of the late Cap- that makes few ned to
J4 salad OH bettors putting t
heaviest up wagersof
Jake cup of 1 lemma 1 teaspoon baking powder would be to hold on. if the government beads blankets cattle baskets tain Gregory. There late in October NEWS map aN IgIttJ fromcaUd
H teaspoon salt does not call the bonds, until a permanent plaque will be placedat
Thoa.odi .
their shorn locks. : b.esw.1
: 2 bay leaves and even ace
: the value of the dollar comes back his old homestead. tho se..that thvr bang awmkoaod s eats aUrBizht
.2-, 1 onion,-:minced. *l Combine ham. sweet potatoes and Element of Culture. tvgkt' **frv.. UaJtur. tmUt*.+, tut 9UJMk atteadLa'.hap.sotTbasassoad .
It win in time. Big corporations From Maine straight across the
as k.sr l'
$:; 2 teaspoons allspice" ._ **. egg. Sift flour, baking powder'and can profit from inflation by paying The baIl games were important'In country. various celebrations are woaBy aSay wrtlaa 24 hom.flbw*WaaWhr a peri nd I
.Stea&poou...., 't ; salt together. Add to ham mixture. iniatica.-foicy Ks a* | little
:s:>. off their bonded indebtednesswith ancient Cherokee culture. Originally planned In California. Oregon and potoat.Fo y Pffl BO**boMttt vwvrtba M' ''
Pepper Drop by spoonfuls onto a hot cheap dollars., That may beth there were six clans, of which there Washington to honor the memory of bon or DOUBLE YOUR MONET BACK.Mafc .. there
fi: .
- .: 2 tablespoons flour greased griddle. Brown on each *M-.eor t... .. -
VT or dripping reason for paying labor more are vestigial remains of four. The the Maine captain.. Pt. P U atiafa.t upssDDOUDL&: TOOk Id theSatur
jt, 2 taUespoooa lard side. MONEY BACK.
*. **jTf!* Westcm Newspaper wages without much argumentGovernment -
; 2 cup tomatoes by Union. > .

'.1::..' .* fleck 'of the majority by I Virginia Marks Site of 'Wreck of Old 97' I V
cooked them
'.i.' 'I.YNN SAYS: For carrots the majority and for the majorityis '
; Add Tleauty Tooches' with chopped chives or parsley by the American 'way. Minority legislation DANVILLE VA.-Famed in song were killed and seven injured In the 6111-1 a Va

;.' .T*'Vegetable adding the latter to the melted fat is un-American and un and story. the'site of --the wreck of wreck. ;

..tt'oCurl your raw carrots ,by slicing. you use for seasoning. popular. the old 87 anally has been marked Reason most widely given for the Women
7OaJ'"w.-r Dow .. '
,;: them with a potato peeler and curlIng Season chopped freshly cooked . as aa historical site by the state con- state's delay In putting up the functional t&Udte cc* period pecw.tar L

V them around' the finger. Slip spinach with crumbled bacon and This time the balk of mortgage servatioQ''commi nylon.. marker designating the famous -*to* women n nmv muss fcUii.you..to.*

. :,V: off the ,curls and-place them ,close a dash of nutmeg. Top with bard foreclosures will be, ,e. An historical site sign has been wreck is that until' recently- the ravine bred Xse1tnptnkhamms [5'"

:, .together In a,dish of very icy ... cooked egg white and"Olk. separated town and city homes Instead afea erected at the point Danville's. where the 111'came a cropper n1ieY. aad1 valet sy bt.0O L
half an hour V and put through a sieve. farms was almost inaccessible.The Southern tor t&ls resw.
t ter. Let stand for.one where the; Southern rail qf
I outskirts railway changed Its main line -Taken re ularty Ptokbata'a Ocoa-
: and,the: curl will stay.. Scalloped or stewed tomatoes ,way's. fast mail*express train roadbed and later pound hell:v baUd Zia nRM&Dee _
...eralrun: ago 1
idfn1er. on added color and flavor If you adda As long as the world can; and wll>. &cama&Ref&' .
r When,, you broO ,nam in'AD plunged from a trestle'into"a ravine tore down;the trestle. A new highway reported benea$$ a flr
dash of herbs to them and also a America's surplus we are
i place cornor'green: beans .In.the buy that September day in 1903.: Nine cow crosses the ravine.. 4. stomachic wmc. tjt ,
V dripping pan and let"the vegetables suggestion ,of finely minced: onion danger of a depression or a lack of ,. IVV

"catch the delicious Juices. and chopped green jobs tothoSe who want to work } p1vmV7t! : : : V
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_._ __ -, _' "h '. _... ,_, _. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS .._. .._ Friday,.Oct. 24,,1947'

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::, : / ,i t;' t."J'V::0 The People and Places You Should Know +' .' .t. -, t

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Where is ;'':.t:. Business Directory Where To.

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MONEY PAID FOR OLD AGE cheek earring: a total of 1CJ..
Joseph W. Yates SYLVIA'S BEAUTY SHOP ASSISTANCE BY STATE XX 501.00 and for 27,736 Dependeat
EXCESS OF 1918 Children ia 11,182 famUiu the

YATES FUNERAL HOME PERMANENT WAVING A SPECIALTYALL The amount of money. paid out. State These,pa14'fund_out I4S1.2J9.SO.are made up of
the State tan Old
by Axe Aulif-
WORK GUARANTEED.Phone monies from State Apprpriaticiu
ance. Aid to the Blind and Aid to
and Federal monies allocated to
Fort Pierce Fla. Dependent Children is running in
_" 60--2 For Appointment the State upon presentation, of the
excess of that for like periods In
Phone. 789 Phone 789 State Welfare Commissioner's estimate -
Owned and Operated By 1946. according to a statement of the State's needs, and It
made by W. C. Chief
Prompt Ambulance Service MRS. E. F. DUDLEY Hoffman ia against these funds that the
Auditor of the State Welfare Division
Stale Welfare Assistance checks
of the office of C. M. Gay
in each category, are drawn audited -
State Comptroller.
and mailed to the individual
:'-;'f.' y Hoffman explained that while
j7 recipient by this department: of
ServiceDODGE his department Issues the monthly the Comptroller's office.
< .0. K. and Machine
Electric Service & Repair Co. checks for Assitance under the In addition to the above hundreds -
State Welfare
AND PLYMOUTHSales Department his office of letters are received

and Service Electrical Contracting and Motor has nothing to do with the monthly from those on the Assistance -
Repairing field work of the State Welfare
rolls and from, other sources
24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 155 Board. The auditing office is seeking information and help relative .

Phone charged only with auditing, issuing to the Welfare Program. In
Day Phone 92-Night ,92
C. L. Strickel, Manager: checks and mailing same in where
every case possible these
Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances conformity with official certifications letters are answered within twelve

:T*, Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters :Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. received from the State Wei- hours or referred to a proper de-

-' Them All" rare Board, and to hold disburse- partment from which
v "We Service correct; -
ments within the. budgeted re can be secured jf the
I leases. subject matter ia of a nature not
.. ,
'1--: :; > Hoffman said that when It is coming under the Jurisdiction of
BRING YOUR STANEY RADIO ELECTRIC realized that this branch of theComptroller"s the Comptroller.
office audits each In-

dividual welfare recipient's account Carol Ann Conlon Has
Printing Needs Open 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 item for item and keeps a Been Named "Little
permanent record of each transac-
Wednesday close at noon. Saturday tion of these disbursements the Miss Florida"Three

:::: open till.8:00 P. M. vast amount of work which the 13
feet of water sloshed
if '"";
-- TO employees perform can be apprecl.
-4S Repairs and Service all makes Radios and ated more fully.According through downtown streets in Fort
Lauderdale, halting traffic; Davie,
Electrical Oil Stoves Radio to Hoffman's state-
Appliances. Repairing four miles from Fort Lauderdale _
'Okeechobee Newsj ment, his department Issued the
Batteries Flashlights and Batteries.BOOKBINDING .
was flooded to housetops in some.
; past July 53,560 Old Age Assist-
parts of the town.
; ; ance checks for a total of $1,966-
A Pan American plane bound
--' --, '> _. 569.00; for Blind Assistance, 2,688
from Havana to Miami battled
hurricane winds and, was blown off
!, its course and had to make an

emergency landing in Nass u. Pas
sengers were shaken up but DO InJuries -

l Abstractor ._ :COMPANY: were reported.
f:>r; Sr.' ', ESHELMAN RED ROSE Canal PoInt, with 3,200 population
had water up to four feet
f'-ff j J. O. COWGER AT THE deep when an emergency dike gave
SECOND FLOOR COURT HOUSE Place your order now for RoseBushes way flooding 76 per cent of the

First shipment will ar- town.
Residence Telephone 117 rive Oct. 15th. Second shipment
will arrive ,Nov. 15th. The 1948 meeting January 16
-- through March 2:will be Hialeah'c
-- 4 CHICKS 21st racing season.The track open-

SeeOKEECHOBEE Tuesdays and Fridays ed Jan. 15, 1925. 'It was closed in
BURNEY KELZ 1927 and missed In 1943 and 1945

because of wartime: restrictions.



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Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service PROBLEM!
10 P.,O. Box 476; Phone 44. Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. _

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Modern Dry Cleaners Tomlinson Barber Shop with efficient problem econom
feel oil hea.

NING-PRSSING-ALTERATIONS tern*. Get your copy ? .

/ today at your dea1ere't RR'b5
% Hair Cuts-Shaves our office. ,

f : Phone 95 .. -

Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages

t.1 Okeechobee, Florida FLDlID 'DIf4 GIT ttxf.IJJ,

F Loyd Tomlinson, Owner "

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Mixon & Ellis Garage ..

Ranges, Hot Water Heaters Building Gen.
Supplies- Repairs DryCkaniMg&Lanty; r
i Bendlx, Maytag, Easy: Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze BATTERIES, TIRES AND TUBES

:boxes, Wayne water softeners RCA, Zenith Stromberg- Carlson UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY
..F radios, Johnson Outboard Motors Onan Lightplants Berkeleywater .

.- pumps Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4


I Phone 156 Pickup and Delivery ;

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; GilFStationThat Paul D. Bobbins Owner -

-That Good 'CaltIC... Wrecker Service In Curing and :" Ibrik Park

r Package Store. ,GULF : =- Ptekigt

,- k c..r", -. Wlae* Cordials LEE TIRES Also wholesale"and. .
.., j '\- ALTO'SHOTEL. GAS--GREASING! > Sales-Service LI B.ra -"Wta5 cep
,W' Retail Cuts.
':: -iLSasr.oaaECBOIIIa: TWIN OAKS '-' .* Xtxt Dear 'T. AHSUttea NIP&
ESTATE. EOAD'NO. s Xa The Heart. Off Towv All Night' CafeOKEECHOBEE THOMAS PKG. CO F
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