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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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:Volume33No. 24 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday;'Oct. 31, 1947 :;

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: Fidelis Class,Enjoys Prominent, Cattlemen PTA
Carl Y.I At
Covered Dish Supperat of Texas Visited Here
AMERICAN LEGION All I.. F. W..
: Methodist Annex Monday and Tuesday SchotlHfiseTtBeWeHAttemM

BIG DAYNovember
Thursday night the Fidelia Sun Roy W. Martin Sr., and Otis '

: /:; day School Class held a covered Cox. prominent cattle men of Cos- ..

/ dish supper In. the Methodist 11th < tulla Texas, were visitors spending -

t Church Annex. The Devotional .. Monday and Tuesday of. this -

.waa led by Mrs. E. H. Hunt. The week In Okeechobee looking over Tonight the p. T. A. will *pon-

f hostesses ware Mrs. Paul Burd- Parade 11:30 < the cattle situation in this sec *er one of the largest and most

1 -t-, of haw and Mrs Paul Robbins. : tion. They wire accompanied hy enaykble events of the ytw. -'Tat

1 Those attending were Mw. Beginning Dewey Wllbanks of Tampa oni of HaJiowtn Carnival. This U an'annual

; <" Laura Chllson., Mrs. Ethtl Dried, at the large cattle owners cf, this trent' and If always greatly.

1 ,,1 Mr*. Jack Davidson Mrs. John $alter'shriQVETERANS tat*. enjoyed tr the public. It will beheld

McNeil, Mia Jo Parish, Mrs. Bob I While here they were the guests on. the school ground, both

l Danford, Miss Alice Bass, Mrs. E. IN .UNIFORM :of Mr and Mrs.. Frank William .school building and the auditori

H. Hunt Mrs. Paul Burdeshawand son at their ranch on the LakeFront .
LEGION AUXILIARYHIGH
: Mrs. Paul Robbins. um.Each class will hare some showor

: SCHOOL BAND act In the, various rooms. Some

GIRL SCOUTS will haye food and drinka-on galen
Kent Blinded In State Chamber Of :
l BOY SCOUTS the halL ;

The two highlights of. the:even*,

Jap Prison Is I Commerce, to Back lug are the Amateur Hour 'and

Coronation of the Halloween,.K.ing .

q 1!' Marvel RecoveryEditor's FREE BAR-B-Q at Site of Veteran's :' Army EngineersJACKSONVILLE auditorium Queen. Both take place;.In_. :The


The Amateur Hour .begins;.at
New Home .-1 O'clock P. M.
Oct. 27- The 8:50 and features the talent/. of
( Note-The following both schools In all its splendor.
U. S. Army Engineer Corps has
,
in recent Issue of
story appeared a been requested by directors of. the Prizes will be given. to the 'outstanding -
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the Boston Herald. Mr.James
Sunday
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Florida State Chamber of Com- performers. This sponsored
C. Kent Is the brother of -"
t to. work for the by the Juniors. ;;
M. O. Kent, one of the teachers in FOOTBALL GAME merce out plans *
The last event of the evening
: the Okeechobee School.) disposal of flood waters which flow
High
.
and probably the one looked for.
into the Lake .Okeechobee area
.. from the Kissimmee and St Johns ward to most Is the Coronation,
The other day, 34-year-old Okeechobee ,Veterans river basins. At their fall meeting, sponsored by the Seniors. There.Is
James C. Kent of Austin street
the organization's directors tableda a candidate for King and Queen
i West Newton, was waiting for a I from 12.The
VS.Kissimmee resolution which endorse- each grade 7 through
I sought
subway train. When a car squealed voting, one cent per vote, U'opento
ment of
a proposed third drainage
to Jim politely asked a fellow -
a stop '
Veterans .canal leading from the lake to. the anyone. The Coronation will
commuter if this car went to
after the
take place Immediately
._. Watertown. ocean. Hour. The winners will
Amateur _
"That's what the sign says., The third outlet proposal origi- be announced then. You -can' vote
: 7:30 O'clock P. M
elbowed nated with the State Chamber'sagricultural
bud, snapped the man as he to the last minute at the door_ to,
division, having been
his way intothe door. Admission '$1.00 and SOc the auditorium. The candidatesare
"Thanks,," murmured Jim. adopted by that group at Orlandoon
Bill Williams and
: Seniors
dozensof September 25. It was referred
That scene is reenacted Etta Merle Sullivan Juntas H.
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of the to the board as a matter of pro
life
In the
times daily
': T. Scott and Ernestine Hunt;
six-foottwo-lnch lad, cednre. -'
200-pound, Elw Bass and
Sbphmords ,
f President Arthur Y. Milam, who ;

'.' but answers few realize to a man they_ who are lost snarling his : .- BIG DANCEWoman's : presided over the board session, Thomas Claudine and Whitley Imogene; Freshmen Lightsey Brad

I r sight from malnutrition in a Japanese declared that the tabling of the ;
Eighth grade, Leon Williams.and
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rsolutlon voted "without preJ-
prison camp Club Building i udice." was Dianne Williamson; Be Ten.thgrade .
f I Jim Kent is one of. three veterans Tommy Markham and Con.
"We simply felt," Milam said, ;
t. I in Massachusetts suffering nle Lowry.
from optic atrophy, a gradual Time 9:30: "that we were not competent to Another event will be the Chick-

I J shrinking and destruction of. the deal with, the, technicalities Informed.,that Involved Ej PtJ Supper, : given lrll- S*
: : tmmspratongr&htarvaticpLaUd Admission $1.00 and 75c ->>-" We were-
,eye -' +--- aria; T. A,Th'e Snpperywlll'De:.served'
engineers had not made a
',-t'I suffering Is hardly the word. between fcOCf) and 8:00" itflSe!' \
modest ex-artil- study of the run-off waters from
For the quiet, School Cafeteria. The prices are
the Kissimmee and St. Johns river
: leryman has made, in the wordsof Adults-$LOOl and children-75c.

his Veteran Administration his ALTO WATFORD: SR., In Charge of Bar-B-Q should basins. be We made felt before that this taking study affirmative Friday afternoon there will- bea

training officer who guides parade of the whole school led
n destiny. 'the most remarkable ad. SALTER WATFORD, In Charge of Dance "action on a proposal of. by the Band to advertise the Car

of disabled veteran any kind.
I've justment seen." any FRED BOROMEI, In Charge of Football, Game Appearing before the board were nival.


near-normal So unusual life Is,his that recovery it would to be a AL CORRELL, In Charge of Parade.1GEORGE played Harold by A. the Scott U. an S. engineer Army Engineer em.- Local Yets Will :

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difficult for one unacquainted with Corps; Colonel Albert G. Mat-

I'A his case to know that Kent, though thews, state water control engineer HoW Arumtkc!

he can distinguish light from dark and Bob Andrews,' deputy to
DAVIDSON KERR Nell D. Kerr Okeechobee, Florida, Colonel Matthews. *
and has a fleeting glimpse Of objects >>
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William A. Kerr, Nashville, Tenn., CellHa
is for pratcical purposes Scott detailed at length the Day
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sightless. (Contributed) Kerr New Smyrna Beach, army engineer Lake Okeechobee
i Florida, and J. K. Kerr, Jacksonville
He catches a trace, an outlineof George Davidson Kerr passed I water control study. Standing at a

It an object, but the Instant he I away 'at his home here Tuesday i Florida. wall map he traced the course 'of Okeechobee Veterans announcethe ;

fixea! his eyes on }St, the object I evening October 14th at 6:30. He Funeral services at the home the study, saying that It was begun arrangements for an Armistice -
i were conducted by the Her. Bruce Day celebration to be held In i
turns black and is gone. That is was sixty six years old before the war had to be .
'Flora of the Brethren Church. Interment Okeechobee on. Tuesday, November,
why he Is able to look directly at He came here to make his home suspended because of the war,
at Okeechobee Cemetery, 11.The days ,activities will begirt,
I a person A careful obsereer however about a year ago from ElMonte, and that the crops had resumed
% will note 'that he usually Calif where he had been livingfor Okeechobee, Florida. work upon it, he declared with- with a parade In the morning at

) turns his eyes in another direction the last several years. In fail "enthusiasm and energr.- 11:30 with Veterans In uniforms*
) Dollar !This Scott said "was 'Folowlng the parade a free barbecue -
I quickly. ing health for many years, his Days Will Begin study, .
site
'I will be held at the
'1' His recovery borders on perfec conditiion became grave some six Raulerson'sDepartment undertaken at the request of the
Today at
;11 1 ; : tion. His physical adjustment Is or more months ago and gradually farmers and other property owners where the Veterans will build" ... =

i ; extraordinary, but his mental rehabilitation grew worse until the end.' Store Here concerned. It provides for the dik- their new home. t
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j I ; Is an object lesson for ing of a large area south of the Tuesday night the local Vets+
Mr. Kerr native of '
was a Ten. .
the strongVe&
P the world.. lake, and for pumping excess water Football Team will play
I nessee; having 'been born in Maury Announcement is made on another footballgame )
Kissimmee In a
Despite months of physical pain, today from this containment. As a mat. trom '
j County near Cnlleoka. As a young page of the News : of thriller:Tb
utter hopelessness, of losing everything ter of fact ll provides a third out- that should be a
Dollar tRaulerson's
man and during the early active the beginning of Days plared"'on1j- one
I
T but .life itself, Kent has let, and at the same time conserve local boys have
of his life he lived Department Store
years principally but in
this are Very
game season }
worked into a useful and construe. water needed for Irrigation.
in Cincinnati and Chicago which begin today and continue on '
condition for the game
would In. weather.* good : :
; live life a life that cause! purposes dry
where he represented In. various through Monday, November 3. Be- ill
The world The days entertainment b*
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veterans who feel that The engineer addedWe
capacities the John Deer Plow Ox, sides the bargains lifted in their
c owes them a living to cringe with the Metropolitan Insurance Co., advertisement they are offering should be permitted to complete climaxed with a dance at the J i
night.
that
Woman's Club Building
shame. and the Case Threshing Machine many more Items at special prices this study. Oar meagre funds '
f Though unable to forget the Co. during this three day sale of. mer- should not be spent on a diversionary All veterans are urged to .paf'',' '

dark days when he received orders chandise. expedition. It was difficult ticipate In the parade and ,other ;
A nature lover from birth, he .
; to. cease firing against Japanese enough for the corps to get this events of the day. *
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became deeply Interested in plant
soldiers landing on. Ft. Hughes, he study under way, and in my opin- This Is the first celebration of
.3 life at a very early age..Wearyingof Mary Schulman was a visitor '
; never of his own accord mentions ion .the corps knows what the solution any kind that has been &staged
the artificiality and commercialism spending Friday and Saturday at
his past. Is to the problem of water Okeechobee since the wain. 'and; a
j. of city life, he became Gainesville where ahe attended "
The future Is his only Interest. control south of. the lake. North of cordial Invitation Is extended;toy
engaged In botanical and horticul- the football game and Homecoming -
./ Strangely he is not bitter. Even the lake Is another matter, but the veterans organization. here__to.
tural pursuits in'which he 'spent at the University of Florida. 1
robbed him of .
t though the Japanese what Is proposed for the southside everyone to attend and, participate.County ,
the last active of his life.
years
his Night he bears them no malice. will fit properly Into any
His devotion to and vast knowledge -
Though he fought with neanuse- John Bibb of Los Angeles Cal. over-all planning. Superintendent ,of
he never lost faithin of plant life was an inspira- arrived In Okeechobee Saturday tetarned tor '
less equipment, The state's water control engln. Schools Carl Durranc }
tion to all who knew him intl.
his country.When night and spent the first of, the eer, Colonel Matthews supported his home here Sunday from

; people are rude to him, as mately. A born naturalist. be worshipped week: here with his brother and the position taken by Scott. 'This Gainesville where he was called.

: they are' many time In the courseof << at the shrine of the'grea. sister In law. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. pattern has got to conform to engineering Wednesday of_last week to attenda

a day he never raises his voice outdoors whose wealth of beautyever Bibb. They left yesterday for I soundness" he declared. state meeting of School Super,

in protest. Complete forgiveness held for him a vibrant charm. BIrmingham. Ala., where they are I I **We are going to patiently listento tendents Mrs. Durrance aadllttledaughte : '

if fills his heart. A restlessness to He is survived by the following spending a week visiting relativesand everything; that's said. We "Invite '] Judy, 'Joined, Mm, there:

_. make something or himself stirs I brothers and sisters: Mrs.'C. E..W, friends. Dr. Bibb expects'' to Interest on the part of persons Friday,and they attended; '.-.the. .

t : -... -: his brain and an eagerness- to. Dorris, Nashville, Tena. Mrs. C..; be back' In his office here Saturday whose. property Is Involved. We, homecoming football game::Sat .

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." .-BackJ>efore World War H started, I "i

: attended a party given by Mark Woods, (my present boss). ':' It :w % : ..aO
i One of the guests with whom I had been associated on the 'fi

Farm and Home Hour came to me and said: "I want you to : 7r'/j&; At.. '!
meet my brother. He's a lieutenant colonel in the army, and ,." > ',:f' '''''''' : ''! 1 F.im
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: I think he s. going places. ;: ; ; 'J S

So we went back and I shook hands with a pink-cheeked personable
SPECIAL SESSION-oF SURGERY In.: case you've never seen a
soldier exchanged few words and drifted on. Shortly afterward (1939),
surgery amphitheater either as a patient or a spectator take a look
I went to Europe the war broke and the party was long forgotten. Ali
at this picture. Members of the U. S. chapter of the International _*
J Somewhat later. and often since College of Surgeons which held its convention in Chicago are shown
I',have had occasion to remember! record in the last congress reveals. here watching the.removal of three-fourths of a man's stomach.
the lieutenant colonel),vividly. t tI But that isn't alL, i

have Just been looking at a' One of Taff critics fully cogni- it a

graph drawn- in 1945 by that same zant of the Republican policy lead- NEWS REVIEW !
lieutenant colonel er's achievements, said that his intellectual *
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(after he was, judgments "ran ahead of e
needled into it by his practical application' of them.I # Q+
a' biographer); It suppose the critic meant that for FoodPlan.OpensShakily; p7

shows his promotions all Taffs powers of reasoning, aril g

time from he was the to scholarship acquire and knowledge tremendous and ability weigh Comintern Brings JittersSIX I ; edit t

graduated from acts, he sometimes appears to allow -

West Point in his hereditary viewpoint rather 1576
1919. than his acquired conclusions to

In World War];' guide his course. Taft is naturally MONTHS judged innocent until he Is proved 2-8 jn..
I. he reached a 'conservative-and sometimes I am guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

lieutenant colonelcy sure he has lnteHectually per- How Long No Meat\ ? In fact the state department in a FWllWi1liilm/l./ Pattern No. 157 Is for sizes X X 4. s. *',

but after suaded as to the validity of certain "security principles" document recently and 8 years. Size 3. Jumper. yard of 54-f
the armistice re- measures, but has been unable to Amid a certain amount of made public, says specifically (I6194 Inch; Jacket,long sleeves. %yard bl0use f i
verted to bis support those measures fully be- weeping and wailing and less that if there is a "reasonable 36.52 1 yard of 35 or 39-lach. '.hi

r Baokhage. permanent, ,cause of this inborn conservatism.To gnashing of teeth than usual, doubt" about a worker's loyalty the Send your order to: '},g'l

rank of captain. those who know Taft even President Truman's program "department will be given the benefit Neat House Frock .
Be soon was promoted to a major more than casually, he is cool rarely involving meatless Tuesdaysand of the doubt and the person will SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEFT.WO .
g (boosts were 'slow in those days) unbending, legalistic He can be deemed a security risk.'* EVERY woman likes neat flat South Wells St. Chicago 7, EL:
and remained a major until 1936. eggless Thursdays lum- tering frocks for house wear* Enclose 25 cents la coins for each
prove himself however as even the While idealists could quibble at desired.
its pattern
From then until the time I met him bered tentatively through This style is designed especially!
least sympathetic newsmen on his length about abridgment of "con- Pattern No ct '-
lieutenant first week. for the larger woman is boldly\
at that party he was a
recent trip admit, affable and "
ap' stitutional few would deny
rights,
colonel. Even the most ardent optimist accented with bright tic rac. Name __
proachable. Also he has that on that the state department simplywas
could call this of the food *. a
not phase
Two years passed and then things many occasions so useful acquisition playing it safe in the face of a Address
Colonel in '41 conservation drive to help European Pattern No. 8194 comes in sizes 36. 38.
to ;
began happen
: (especially when chaperoninga
manifest danger. 40. 42. 44. 46, 48. 50 and 52. Size 38 re-
upped to brigadier general the same bob-tailed flush), the poker face. instantaneous success; however quires 4% yards of 35 or 39-inch.

year; major general In 1942: com- Even -his smile, which if overworked it might improve with time. SOLD GOLD: Combination

manding general of the European becomes a bit rubbery And it was In the handwriting on Pretty Aoroilne,

theater of operation; then in 1945 doesn't always dispel this impression the wall that there would be con- Second Time THIS adorable jumper and jack- I heftqualltr
lieutenant general and commanding Although he inherited from his siderable time for administration combination is such fun for / h ,

general Allied forces in the European father. William Howard Taft a tremendous experts predicted that the days of Badly bent economically, al- little girls to wear such easy For burnt,.?
theater now, president of Co- capacity for hard ,work voluntary self-denial would last for though not yet quite broke Great sewing for Mothert Choose a miens. Cott,

.. lumbia university (or'maybe something and a conservative point of view, he at least six months. Britain in the latest phase of pretty plaid in lightweight wool '
be. her desperate quest for dollars, has and a crisp white cotton for the
bigger. ) to lacks the robust geniality conveyedby President Truman himself has set etc
sold 120 million dollars worth of of
the Elder Taft's smile and laugh. the dates for the Interim emergencyaid simple blouse.
Milton Eisenhower was right De- gold to the U. S. In exchange for an
campaign-from
K when he said his brother was Unfortunately Robert Taft to Europe to'March 31althoughthat equal amount of ironmen.It .
cember 1
'..' "going places." It is In the voluminous hasn't that risible faculty' to relieve time limit was imposed specifically was the second such sale fromBritain' NASAL TIC
volume "My Three a certain: aloof remotenessof
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for the raising of 580 mil- now dwindling gold re-
Years With Eisenhower" by manner and expression. He is ] in 80 mil-
Early September
the serve.
lion dollars in cash. Regarding
narry Batcher his naval aide, by no means a glamour-boy that's job for Gom4 otnd
food conservation aspect. Charles lion dollars worth of gold was sold wzso e a
that the chart appears., The he knows it. One time when
Republicans -
head of the citizens food to the U. S.
Luckman. irritated
"- graph shows at its peak the and Democrats the MENTHOLATUMJTWINSj
were committee said "Our only, idea is The September gold sale came ;
ment6rones
rank of four star general.
at
gathered some clambake in
to do the job until it is done. No after the 400-million-doIlar balanceof
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Butcher Jokingly plotted the New England and the raillery ?H TX* _
time schedule has been set. Britain's dollar loan from AmerIca c/earet*
carve (down) after that point became a little personal Taft
of Agriculture Clinton was frozen by British-American
to Eisenhower Immedi Secretary
zero. challenged the Democrats to a 6tccthtnglI
.&eJy.dre..a.fiShlne pole at the contest. Anderson was a little more definite. agreement when Britain declaredshe
beauty Senator Pepper,
out that conservation to no longer could honor the loan's
nadir thus expressing his hopes. who knows he has no claim to He pointed
be until convertibility clause requiring her
save grain might necessary
pulchritude immediately
himself
Both were wrong. The govern the winter wheat crop, now being to provide dollars in exchange for
jumped up to "I'm
ment pinned a fifth star on him. and say: planted begins to come in next pounds sterling on demand to any
paired with the senator from
the fishing pole has been transmuted O.hio." June and July. Then he offered a nation she traded with.

Into a cap and gown, as symbol of faint hope with a hollow ring:

his new rank when he switches Taft has some sense of humor, not in the protore '
"Meatless days are
? ? Current Events ? ? Q And medicated penetrate far
bosses from Mars to Minerva.. even if he isn't famous for it. Per indefinitely he said. //tirG MENTHOLATUM backtocomfortimta vapors imem1a .

But if certain boosters have their I haps he absorbed it from his witty Here are five questions based on S When nasty nasal irritation cork Use Mentholatum at night aee how;
way. the line on the chart may j wife. Hestands: six feet tan and heisn't The Eating Public recent happenings in the news dry your"barn or"leaves too lining Gent your bead feels in the roorninft
and quick for Mentholatum today and keep it
move -upward again.. .11 stout although somehow or "Public opinion, it developed, was five correct answers and you'reeligible MenthoLatum,containing comforting handy for all nasal irritation.
I haven't heard what the generaTs other you seem to think'of him that behind to appear on "Information and
solid Camphor minty Menthol
far from united on front Spread an Tlf'itpntJyinandaroundno
ALSO IIYESCAlT1 COLD.....>tIS
j He is still 58. (Tin Please four and still "''" ,
deep-down plans are but from what way. young-only the food conservation pL... ; you're plenty tri1s.QUicklT
X hearthe fishing:{pole sis still the. sure thafs young because it's exactly Restaurant operators said their customers good; three isn't half bad two. it works to help thin out thick mllcaa. NERD 6D19 ST1iFfIIESS AD CMPPOM

final objective and he doesn't necessarily my age.)' were grousing about meatless b"er"Ie next time; one, subscribe

mean fishing from a'presi- As' Representative Brown intimated and eggless days. to a newspaper.
The :
.; dential yachtMeanwhile Taft's speeches on his western Millions of Americans resented the 1., Five nations recently were Advertisements Mean a Saving to You]

brother Milton Eisen- tour almost entirely devoted to suggestion of a voluntary meatless refused membership in the.U. N. .
hower has-"gone places." too.?He's the glorification of the Republican Tuesday since they already are going Name them.
also a "president"-president of party's record in the first session of without meat four or five days a week 2. At International wireless

Kansas State college and very the 80th congress, helped strengthenthe because they can't afford to buy it congress,, claims by the Soviet 11
happy there. It was rumored that If party. In fact. Taft generally is oftener than ,h.,. Union that a Russian named

he should "choose" to take a post I The poultry industry pointed out Popov invented the wireless were
which had been suggested for him that if every one of the 140 million disputed. Who usually is creditedas
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residents of the U. S. were to eat one the lV Ie + U. on Sea. ref.
inventor
back'in the department of agriculture -
would
less egg a week,the government
(as secretary this time), when have to buy 600 million dozen eggs 3. General MacArthnr has
and if Clinton Anderson moved else- under the law requiring government ruled that Emperor Hlrohito's

where, and thus became a memberof support of parity prices; and the govemment crest shall not appear on postage Exclusive
the Truman cabinet it would already holds in storage several stamps. After what flower is the Patenfei Interior!

mean that his brother was not considering million cases of surplus eggs purchased crest designed
a new job. to support farm prices. 4. In delaying a shipment of .

"*' S a sugar from Verdun to Germany,
SECURITY RISKS: one Communist French deputy
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Senator TatPersonifies said: "At Verdun, they shall not
No Peace of Mind Do as than ;
GOP pass." On what occasion was more a million have done

Communism, particularly since that phrase first used? _.heat with a WARM MORNING...

Of course, it is more fun general the revival of the Comintern in nine 5. Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan the amazing coal heater that has :

izing about generals than it is to European countries is taking its has advocated that the two civilian become a sensation throughout ,the'Nation

particularize about the prime contenders toll in the U. S. by' undermining the components of the army It 't !Only heater of its kind in the .
to the candidates
elephant SENATOR TAFT American peace of mind. merge with the army. What are world I Exclusive '
race to come. But. no'matter how That obvious fact has been given those components patented interior.
J much political dust some dark or accepted as the personification of added significance by the state de Plenty of healthful, dependable heat.

even chestnut roan stirs up later the Republican party: -and well he partment's disclosure that sum- ANSWERS eL Substantial fuel; savings. Easy to fire

there are just two people the politicians might considering the mannerin mary dismissal faces state depart- Tu Italy. Finland Hungary Romania Your homo is WARM every MORNING -'-.

have to consider now. Theyare which he dominated the last session ment employes who are "habitual or Guglielmo and Bulgaria.z Marconi.. aa Italian. when yon get up; regardless of -.-

Senator Taft of Ohio and Governor t maintaining the respect of the close" associates of persons even 3. The chrysanthemum. the Weather. There's a model just: :.
Dewey of New York 4. It was used by Marshal HenriPetain .
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Democratic leaders which he always "believed to be" Communists.In suited to home :
m February 1918. when the your needs! ,.
I was standing 'with a group outside has had-if not their love and plain language that is a reversal Germans were outside Verdun.
the executive offices of theWhite admiration which he never has of a fundamental principle of 9. The Organized Reserves of the ,.
House waiting for the presidential had. Anglo-American law-that a man is army and National Guard. =say kind f teal, coke or

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press 'and radio conference ;
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when 'a genial human cloud much Start a fire bet once a year. ::

11 bigger-than' "man's hand, in fact EDUCATION GOES HIGHER L P Heats all' day and Right without "
L almost twice as big as most men'sbodies refseliRg.Requires.
1:; 'L appeared,on the horizon. It I Ii

) was the .politically astute and ardent less attentiea than

1. .. _. > .faft1 Rep: Clarence Brown of Seen in Rising FeesThat most ful'RaCes..It .
: <. Danger \\. '
,. .0h1 The The lowest! cost dependable heal. :

; bop ragged Brews aUttle great old-American 'Institution serious results for prospective en- lation'''expires," declares Dr. JohnD. f 1--S2'CMI" ''III thatcan". 01 :::;
about the Taft
:' : trip but bowasn't i of "'wooar way through rollees were it nit for the help the Russell director of the office of r -==-.. _,
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down-hearted..
; a Said college." which oftentimes is a critical taxpayer is extending students education's higher'education division. &a. ,(edc r'-/
: We didn't expect to
,..:. he: bring ordeal for the serious student is through the G.L bin of rights."Accent .
z a >. feacsTa beaeb'at delegates. Taft showing 'signs of vanishing completely surveys have proved that 'More and more this trend will New SMALL HOB: PLAN BOO!, \,
....-YO&es for the Republican '
F and "many" young seekers- universities are depending more and limit college education to childrenof A iig. t 116-l <-<'" l!'
and that means votes forTarV page <
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= / party after-truth soon may find It impos- more on student fees while they are higher-Income families-a coun-, f bootl Ceiil2besuW moire ;
':'.' (Despite Brewn's .j>tijnism if confronted with Fees, ter-demos.tie' tendency" be M.low i.:;'
observers have sible to get through college they rising costs. said some felt are not blessed with higher-Income which used to account for about 'tbe-rate of tuition charges to students designed by nationally ::<:" _
sraagfc-Tan did
'- .feat.friends a they' wereD't.DeW'make families to help them out. one-third of a college's Income now not Including board and known trefeitect fer heatbeaters.- .. ;;..
new A director of the office of educa- provide more than one-half'of the room has been increasing steadily; Inc wit* space ',i; ,
( .... fcr"*' JIIeJ.-- :were &!ready. tion bas expressed the fear that the total college educational expendi- over a long period but the rise has EaCb home practical: ,tow- :"Yof
; ;: :: r been .cost. modern to fee ni.SOe .
tures. particularly marked
cost:of college education since 3
rising a ute.; 1 "'" prints.......
t /. Frank!?. .I doat understand Taft soon would keep large.numbers of "The cost of going to college will 1939, according to" the survey. > SRJdIt..) SIftf 2Se for .-
.- ftra..>nMTHrrir.Ia, &o questionLlrdifhiliiMt able students. outside. the campus be too high for many family budgetsif In publicly< controlled college < this "ed yoortopeY{ ; .-
his student fees continue to and and universities the tuition War :: .
-.- : or intellectual pteL' go up average ). st 1Uf11 gees '
> : gs .- iceberg>npflA sk'for a Effects-of steadily mounting fees if 'no provision 'Ism de for ;ini fee for residents of the state has Increased .../hetieeii/-iiAt. t.;.ssei. ; ;

IE --atke' of 'political !Q..U1e': country's. institutions of creased financial support 'from S7u4 per cent in the past .WPjFLtKKE ttil (
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I ';!i =,, ?I NEWS FOR A PEEPER s Of Bridging Niagara Falls ,:

Niagara i!
When the first bridge over
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87 PETER LANGDALE ,
in 1848
_. .Corner Falls was planned ,
'. the problem of getting a cable
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from the American the Canadian "r V
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OTKT.T.A was as curious as any whenever anyone put himself on the maybe. maybe he'd make a date side' was solved by offering $5 ..,
' f ;wife should be who's left her hubby I pot. with a pre-marriage sweetheart,She to the first person who could makea :

-a note t.ll1nghini he, can'look Glancing around the rSom the hadn't thought of dames before. kite carry a string across the ..:';;:

after himself In the;future"-because only place she could think cf to peek But the horror of the idea was Medicated Peultry 800-foot chasm.

she's fed up with his bad'temper from was under the bed. From this crushed out of her by Bills weightas After this had been accomplished :

when he comes'borne evenings. and angle, by lifting the frills of the bedcover he sat heavily on the bed and Mash Is Effective by a boy, the string was usedto .

that} she's just about bad enough of she had a ringside view of changed his shoes. When he'd got pull over a small steel cable

cleaning and polishing and cooking the note on the dressingtable.She'd the second shoe on he began to Government Trials Show which for several years, enabled with Swetfiih Steel Blades 'r

in a three-room flat for a guy"who" be able to watch Bill's reaction hum. It was a snappy, light hearted persons to go back and forth,two
cot' as much sense of gratitude as when he read the note; and tune the kind a man hums Remedy Deworms Flock at a tune, in a little wire basket. Ideal for Home and Farm To*' :

UI undertaker'has a sense of humor. then if he didn't stage a'horizontalbut when his spirits are on the boom. The original steel suspension an purpose saw for fire woodcutting ";-.j

/She was curious because" she'd went to the drawer where the Anger welled up in Stella's heart. Use of a medicated mash containing bridge thrown across the river just tree trimming, and qeo'J

never done'this before; she'd'never gun ,was,kept instead, she'd jump He wasn't in the least repentent. nicotine phenothiazine has below the American falls had a eral rough work. High Speed;; -:',,
had time. 'They'dtonly'beeamaru out and do her stuff. A hard insensitive brute who-could proved effective in deworming poultry span of 820 feet and was long considered .. and Smooth,Cuttings Stays sharp- :'.r

pied three month[ .and thaf. not She crawled floorwards and wriggled watch his quarter-year-bride walkout it was shown in trials conducted to be a feat o{engineering. longer. Available ia 243036. .J<,_ !
: by the department of agriculture -
!.... really/,Ion; .enough her way into position. Too bad on him like so much laundry. 42 48 inch length frames sadreplaceable .;"

/ for a girl',to.,know she couldn't have a cushion .or.two He had no feelings, and she felt she In the government trials, two Swedish blades. .-, ,
; ThisWeek's al',about what happens to help her get comfortable, but wouldn't care a hoot if he dropped
kinds of worms (cecal and round) rHOTHASH 1
when a" wife there wasn't space. The floor was dead on the floor beside her. At leading Hardware Starts
were checked and kept at a low lev-
gives her husband mighty,.hard, and it wasn't possible When he'd dressed she saw him. : :
el by using a medicated mash containing GIHSCO TOOt'DIYJsioh.
the air in I S?
Best writing. nicotine, bentonite (a clay- .:
She .wanted to __. c; .'.IS..IW".I<'cf..o I
see Women ia your "40''". Does this 113. ,. .st.ftfr Ave. Ck.c.M: 3* "
Fiction how Bill reacted. to : functional 'middle-age' period pecul J. :
,that note on the.dreuIng.table p iar to women cause you to suffer 110&11&ahes.
; : nervous hlghstrung. weak :"
:
; tired feelings? Then do try Lydia E. Onf,
whether he took it onto chin and Plnknam'a Vegetable Compound to -,
relieve such rmptoma. Its Jamout
went out .to face the world; daunt jby lot this purpose GOON MERCHNIISECan

less and wifeless, or whether he 241 ElRoundworm j Taken, helps regularly bund-Pinkham's up resistance Compound -

crumpled. ..she'hoped, he'd crumple.Anyway. i against sucb dtetreas.Thousands hav CONSISTENTLYAdrerliseJ :
,
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bestway : reported benefit Also a very eSecttv _
the to see a stomaenie tonic Worth toying!
thing,she decided logically was to w IrA/ I.1I111", II'YfGnll(( p BUY ADVERTISED GOODS, ef =

go to the place_ where,it was,hap- A1 ArIl CDypaUI .,.' .
C pening and keep'your eyes'open.It'd ',-

been two-fifteen in the after- ;4 : parasites from .
noon when she had written the note, 'lIfl! small intestines of a chicken. WU WTH .r'f.
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and by three-fifteen she'd changedher 7.S.S. :;r C. _
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mind a few score times packed ; j like substance) and phenothiazine in I .

a suitcase with a few, clothes. Just ordinary poultry mash. Says the TIC PAIN

for appearance and closed the front government report: ,
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door behind her with a firm resolution "Under experimental conditionsthe

never to darken the threshold treatment expelled approximately

again 'until' Bill went down on his 99 per cent of the two kinds of ;: ,$'

knees and .craved pardon. worms. Under field conditions, the ':.'

Knowing Bill was due home at feeding ,of this medicated mashto -
.
five o'clock, the thought occurred to chickens for three consecutive .
her that unless she hurried she'd days at intervals of three weeks,

mist the show, and if she did that maintained a low level of parasitism :

no one would forgive her least of in the treated birds. m, ;

all herself. "Fifteen grams of 40 per cent ;
The threshold was darkened once She wriggled under the bed-a perfect vantage spot for some nicotine sulfate solution were combined .b
again as she entered the fiat but peeking. with 151 grams of phenothia- ..f fs t- ;

she didn't look at Jt that way. After nine and 287 grams of nicotine ben- I
all, maybe she'd been a little harsh to move much because the under- still humming write something on tonite in 44 pounds of ordinary chick ;
with the darling boy: perhaps there side of the mattress was so close: the back of her note, fold it in re- mash." i ,

was something In this jaded business an inch lower and she couldn't have verse way, and replace it in its This combination of nicotine, ben- '. <

man notion "or else why did squeezed in at alL original place: on the dressing table. tonite and phenothiazine has been 3

movie magnates make pictures' of Just as her pose was reproducing Then he brushed his suit carefully found effective in research carriedon ,

them? And then the spectre the first stage of paralysis, the front feed his tie straight, gave himselfthe by private organizations, and .f :

flashed like a* lively nightmare door opened and Bill came into the once-over in the' mirror and there are products on the marketof "t:

" through her mind-there was a ban with a hearty "Hello darling! went into the halL essentially the same composition "'r Hurry-rub in Ben-Gay for fast, soothing, gently = t

chance an awful chance, that Bill You there" Immediately the front door closed as that used by the agriculture warming relief! Insist on genuine Ben-Gay the original :.f
Stella wormed her out from
would kin himself with that gun he'd A few strides and be was in the way i department. Baume Analgesique. Ben-Gay contains up to 2 Vi Yk ,
bought during the burglar scare. bedroom: Be saw the note and. underneath the bed and snatchedat times more methyl salicylate and menthol-two pain- ,,',;
the note. This must be
He might even take to drinking his squinting between the frills of the some relieving agents known to every doctor-than five :./-9
kind .
of clue to his movements.She
head off with his pay envelope, or bed-cover Stella watched him readit other'widely offered rub-ins.Ben-Gay acts fast where
read "It's much softer ON
put his bead In the oven. peer at it, turn it over, and finally : you hurt., '
In fact, there were quite a num- fold it away in his pocket. the bed. a r 1''ii.i, )
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da to COWS HUSCU ACK.and STUBS. ;
Also for Pate ,
ber of things he might do and Stella -
dead silence while he -
There was Ask for HHd Bu-Gay for Caldreo. :::
'n .
began to think she'd been led.tack stood beside dressing-table staring <-:
to the flat by some Fate which had'personal a into deciding a 11
blankly space;
interest in the destiny of whether to use a gun or the gas -,,,:.;j
young couples. I meter. Stella supposed. She was all IS >

walked into the bedroom and set to haul herself out the moment SenGayTRADEMARK --' Ji

SHE that her missive was still be made for the drawer where the

there just where she'd placed it on weapon lay. Instead, he opened his >P :Ve:

the dressing ,table. So Bill hadn't wardrobe and. with a deep sigh took '
out suit-a good suit, which he put BECOMING A GOOD LISTENER >
been back yet. She was in time to a
He's he's debonair he's '
gay, ,
prevent disaster and that ugly fol- on. ::>
popular, he's sought after for his '
to discuss the problem ,1
low-through about insanity which Stepping out
wit and charmv his friendsare
Among
they always' printed in the papers with a friend, thought Stella or many attractive young women. ir "t.. ':'

The other day he was telling me
about how he evaluates the person- 'WEREAuv : ;

alities in deciding whether to con >: :7-\:

tinue their friendship or not, for he .
I CROSSWORD Is a'critical Judge of personality and

I[I PUZZLE I please.apparently is a man who is hard to Drawing section shows of vitrified method clay of installing pipe-, <-;-1'


t My friend says that the one quality for use as storage pit for fruit

he looks for the great Quality of eggs, milk and vegetables. Note ,

Horizontal attractiveness in a human being isslmpb' that bell rests on bricks Spigot FLASHLIGHTBATTERIE$ FAQ
8UU Ia Next wa.
that of showing interest in end should protrude above ground r

1 Personification the other person and in what he is two inches so dirt fill. will slope :

of rumorS 1i 3 4 : S; 6 7 t 9 10. 11 saying. away from opening. At bottom' A6w t:1'.
To thesheltered "Whenever I take a young woman is layer of coarse drainage ma- st9lf

side i .- 1 .. U 14u out to dinner for the first time." he terial. Top opening covered with ..
9 Female ruff explained. "I begin talking. She gravel screen or with wood or .
12 Scent doesn't know it, but I am giving hera metal lid.
13 Length l6. u to personality test.
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measure "I tell her of some experience of Enough Energy to ,
14 Likely New Method DevisedFor
15 Instrumental 19 20 Zl mine, IMon't talk about things I'm Hart This Daring fifes '.;::1

composition sure would bore her. but I try to Treating PostsA Over 100 FEET :-

,17 Doing U 13 24< 25' make one of my experiences Interesting new method of treating fence
mischief to her. Imagine the gel weighs 110, M 4 .,;
posts and freshly sawed green lumber &t t .
19 Sprite iTIT 27 26 29 JO "I say something like this: 'I had has been originated at the Lake iaorie pounds tiny Yet"the total energy flash = sY> a : _:,}, !1
21.To have a an interesting weekend a couple of station. t E.r _
desire States forest experiment -properly expended i
restless salmon 3s 33 34 weeks ago. Some amazing things This procedure the "dry salting" -is equal to the :; ','kJii!
22 Young / FA :
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happened to me. It was reallytunny' a
method consists of applying a mix end* her fifing n M' '
24Brs
And then I interrupt myself.Is me gasping aTrfi4tKf, Ja iyl % u :
: Bitter vetch 35" 36 37 38 ture of copper sulphate and sodium to ;
4'E
26 Crude metal that draft bothering your rn dichromate in powder form to the over ". ; ,,;:11

27 To take for ask." surface of freshly peeled green \ ::
granted 40 "Then whafs the next step?" I posts and freshly sawed green lum i

29 Colloquial: asked him. l00ifeet.W.
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mother 42 43 44 fib "Why. I wait to see if she'll ask ber.The mixture of these chemicals ___ .

31 To lubricate what happened to me on my trip or dissolves in a humid atmosphereand S- V r 7s
32 Exists for 47 48 49 SO whether she win forget it and talk clings to the surface of moist :a t
33 Symbol "
nickel about something else. posts and lumber when applied as ,
chain 5?" se rMost of them ask you to go on. powder To yea thb Beam seedy _y
Watch a
34 aF f < '
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don't ;
35 Sun god the-rt" The method results in deep pene- fcwn Ifmttr bit of bdffat white '
36 S4 56 $7 "1'he{ do not. That's just the tration of the preservative which lig2 t. And its roan for A* -
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33 Fear mingled 'trouble. That's why I say that the appears to be firmly fixed in the pee-warpac..siW.e ,J1 ,: ?

with reverence average man or woman misses abe wood so that it is not readily
opportunity to develop lasting with new dy -t;
leached out. A definite advantage PACKED :
39 Shout No. 56 and 'Interesting friendships by not other ...dazzling: ',
this
of process over any now In :j
40 Preposition taking a deeper Interest in the other available is that treatment can be pedormaacedu.nhIe beyfrnf -
f flas6lightcellsyoa'.e ,sty
of
41 Eighth a 5 Part of 34 Want ofsuccess 44 To speak person and in what he is saying." concentrated at the ground line and e erkawwc'T.eresdrflash. ," _:

42 Piece performed "to be" sharply I think that this man has hit upon top where more' protection against light batteries give you <

by a 8 Confines 36 To goad 45 French one of the most vital subjects in the decay is needed. resulting posts greatest. ,energy,value.That's ,-:;:;

single voice "7 Dash 37 condition Relative 47 preposition Greek letter whole field of improving your life- have an attractive blue color which a 9)% imtna* over e' -:'f:;'
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44 Woman's Snakelike fish 39 Regions 49 Speck an expressed interest, a sustained is not readily leached out..and tests the great fccoto dido by pro : ";1

dress slipper. 9 Floats '41 Grows' wan Worm interest, a lively interest In the indicate that the preservative is relatively oat"F.erady"odls..nady : ":;
doable 46 Clear formed of 42 Bristle F *" S3 Symbol for other person.If ncncorrosive to staples and --
48 To escape planks 43 Egg-shaped tefiutum'aasw.r you develop that though you wire.Seaall. .' yon pay no snore.NATIONAL -
51 Scottish cap other attributes t "
10 Lofty to U rust. Vvmtot U may have none of the
52 Drawn tight
54 Cupid style, B 1 S 0 B IDIYIERTC of charm or appearance you. Amount of Salt 1
53 Beverage 11 To engrave BASEL rsoOOQO win have a priceless aid ia becoming s.a. L'i be4e rk"5, ..dr"a sddw sa.daa d <
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56 Semicircular 16 Siberian.river RECEN more popular.And Needed bAWPigs'Afterseveral CARBON COMPANY INC. ,- ._

recess to a 18 Ireland II It R a F if you want to see how few yean' of tests, the 30 East<2ad Street;New Yak 17., N.Y.'ji .:c.::"!
church 20 Lariat' QEG TEAR people actually have developed it, Missouri experiment station has tint.!t7C.viil: .

57 Places 22 Needy BDLLL DEC RUE give those with' whom you are found that'hogs having free access

23 Melody with QD BOG DQ DOBDL thrown into contact the same personality to-salt consume. an-average of only ': .
Vertical' an accompaniment ; DDE DCOOEmnnc test that this man describedto a traction cf' an ounce* per head
nun nnnn me-talk to a person about yourself daily; However.-thla'small amountof pppr'I :
1 In favor of. P SUPRA a little while, then interrupt
> 23 To send out salt'causedhese':bogs,to:make
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2 Trouble< 27 Unsubstantial 9C BATTER Probably six out of ten won't ask much faster'gains than bogs fec1"1hnIlar a .'

3 Animal of ,League : a R S t LiB you to get back on the subject._ ration wtthout saM.The testa :1i
mixed breed VCst,down', LDS j IT1 wager that the-four out of tea indicated that the" best way to feed :
Warmth"of
4 feeling' -3 tO To eaeoura"P'i"4" e.d 4I who do,are the ones you- like an* the talt'ls- 'Sree- cbakebtmtne'taI: ;: ;
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{, be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO to the .Town of Okeechobee. recorded \ :
some years before his death* SELL LAM In St. Lade County, Florida ia Plat r-

I I OOketdy bcc e t5 was less active in all branches ,of Book 2. at page %6., a \ kt
I Dated at Okeeehotoe Florida. this
Notice Is hereby siren that. Pursuant -
3 public: service, than he had been to Smion 15 U). Chapter 20658.: 30th day of September, A. D. 1SKT. HONEY .

. j Publiahed every Friday by the formerly lie served a term on the Laws of Florida. Art of 1941. tadSretlon N. O. STEWART. ,
; Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeechobee, &7. Chapter 14717 Law of Sheriff of Okeechobee County,
I Okeechobee County Florida. Board of County Commissiners a Florida. Acts of 1931 a* amended byGetl.u 47-Oct. 3. 10. 17. 24. 31. Florida. :
i ; lie was pardonably 11. Cbapter 3DQ3S. Laws of of Honey is now available in, any ; .
few years ago. Florida. Arts of 141. and also par NOTICE OF ELECTION 194 crop
; ,BRYANT BOWDEN ... .... .. Editor I proud of the distinction of being saaat to Section 4%. Chanter 20723. '
\ Family' of Law of Florida. At't..f mi. a* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that quantIty you may deslre. :
-The Banner Military amended by Section 19. CSapter 22079 an election win be held In each and '
I f having five sons In I Law .f Florida Act of IMS. andSectiou every Special Tax School District of
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES the county; 44. Chapter 20722. Law of Okeecbobe County Florida. on the 4th

: One Year'in advance .. .. ... .$3.00 the armed services at one time; I i Florida Acts of 1941. a. amended bySection day November.> A. D. 147. to-wit: 1. J. (Bee Man) Ioettger
School District No One
Tax
21. Chapter 2207 l.aw..f Special
.. ... .. 1-50 to receive
advance grateful
Months In duly
; Six: and was Florida. Act of &>3. the lowing election to be held at the County Courthouse
Three Month ia advance ,..... 100 them all back home without seri described land la Okeeenobee County. la Okeeehobw Florida. The foi PHONE 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA.
Florida to.wit. lowing Clerk and Inspector are to
mishap. hold said electionJ.. H. McCraale. d
ous Beg at MO of Sees 34 & 33. ran N
Entered a* second class matter July He is survived by his sorrow- Goo 4?. K 35.8 ch*. N T7o E 4.65 eh*, Clerk RU C.. Slngletary W Walker, Inspectors.W. N. .Cray -
POD. from POB N 77o E 467 eh*, and
1. 1914, at the Post Office in OkCeehobee. ing widow, Sister Jessie Wilson to thence OOo o.T. E 8.3: cbs. S 740 15. Special Tax School District No. Two \
J Florida AlIr Act of March o2W 908 eat election to be held at the School House \m ",1
r six Granville N., Tampa H 473 chs. N OOo to
sons; All In la Ft. Drum. Florida. The following ... -:. \
Conner IIy. being
8, 1879. (now In Bay Pines Hospital) : Fez See 35 except TWP 37 S Ego 33 E Coat. 3.$ Clerk and Inspectors are to hold aald # .
less. election: Mr*. Estsll Lee. Clerk; J. ,. .
Wilburn Harry, Bucatunna Miss. acre will be more offered or for tale at public: outer H. Trtpp. F. W. Addison 8. A. Hair, ..., .Ii'';.

In Memoriam (Pastor Baptist Church), Jtwt D, ? for the highest and but sash bid Inspectors Special 'Tu School District -Xo. :
of Board of
Tallahassee (CM collate student), Commiulonm abject to the of right Everglades ta* Drain*** .Three lactloa_to bt aU *t t4 Oro. l.F'i J
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Store Building la Biilnrtr, I'lor. ( ,
Edgar J. Jrw Lo Anlel,.. Dlitrict. 11I4. r goats< of \:O1l1tom.: Cary!
Maittr War.
To than Worshipful tam'l Ida. Th following Clerk and
ml *lon.r* of Okeechobe! County. Henry :
dacs and Jrt.mb'rJ, Okwehob (rec,ntly removed to Florida, to reject any and aU bid. at ors are Clerk to bold Sob said Durrsnee lcU08l Cbarlss f\ .

\ Lode No. 23? P. and A. MX and bee) ; Marvin L., Ft. Lauderdale, o'clucfc the Courthouse A. M, oo, the beginning> STtH day of 10,00 October. !Campbell Sloan. and Mrs. Mellls Rom Btnj,

i To th* Worthy Matron, officer and V. Domer, of Okeechobee, mT Easement for drslntge ereon.With Inspectors reference to Section 3&0.84

and Members, Okeechobee Chapter and seven grand-children; and and will be reclamation reserved and load purposes Florida J Statutes 1941. as autegle4 by

Jesse Wilson, of Alex no\lil OF COMMISSION8R8 OfErK Section 13. Chapter 28738. Act ot WfOn ,
brother
No. 128, O. E. S. one and after January I. JB4*. all
Fraternal and Funeral GreetIngs andria, Arkansas., DISTRICT school District and all territory not
I and included In School District in each
: I BOAItD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONr County of the State anal be consolidated 1

Your joint Committee on Res "As a foreign land beyond the sea, OF OKEUC1IOBEB COUNTY.FLORIDA. In each County Into one School
District to be kuown a* SPECIAL TAX
I olutlons J appointed by the Wor- When friends go hence, seems By SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 1 and STERLING JEWELER
the boundaries of said "Special Tax
RAILERSON SHEFFIELDClerk
MABEL
nearer by,
shipful Master, and the Worthy School District Number 1' shall be
I Matron to So, when loved ones this life shall of the Circuit Court of .Okee- co-extensive with the boundaries of
respectively a
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prepare rhobre County, r'Iurida. as agent for the County and subject to all generallaw
K)7N.2NST.: PI: PIERCE FLA
PH.1010
suitable memorial on the passing flee, said Boa rda. relative to school district
Heaven draws nearer from the By CONNIE W KACLERSON. "Three trustee for said Special Tax
I of our late beloved Brother E. J. Deputy Clerk.
School District Number 1" shall be
} Wilson most respectfully submit sky. ejected by the qualified electors of EXPERT WATCH RING & JEWELRY
this sincere earnest of our endear. II NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE said County at the time and place prescribed ,
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-; : by or fixed pursuant to law. .
i i era to comply with the spirit of "And as those lands to us grow Take notice that under and by virtue but not more than one trustee shall REPAIRS

I that assignment dear of an execution Issued out of the come from any one residence districtfor
:
1 Circuit Court of the Twenty First Judicial which a county board member I*
I ; Brother Wilson was a public When friends have gone so far Circuit of Florida. to and for provided for by law. The persons naNatewrw
Okeetbobve County under date of qualified to hold sucb office and who
I i spirited, law-abiding and exemp- away. March 31st 1932. ia the sum of Ten receive the greatest number of Totes L .
t 1 lary citizen who commanded the So deathItself we no longer fear, Thousand and Twenty and 80-100 cast for election of trustees subject Marsh'Sam's
As heaven grows dearer day by ($1002030): Dollar said execution being to the limitation prescribed above From where I sit.. by Joe
i respect and goodwill of all who in behalfof .
t # based on a Judgment shall serve for the ensuing two :yearsas
had the good fortune to know him day. CM Higbswlth T*. Okeechobee trustees for said school district"
t Company I hare levied upon and Said electiloa In each of the said
t well ghl.ng freely of his strength, III will sell to the highest bidder for Special Tax School Districts lumbers
Tis really not in distant parts, cash on the 3rd day of November. A. 1. 2 and 3 shall be for the purpose of
his health would all
as permit to
I). 1M7 within the legal hours of sale, electing three school trustees ,for the a .
I worthwhile progressive movementsfor But right within" the spirit'ssight at the front door of the Court Houseof county wide Special Tax School District .
Okeecbobee County Florida the Number 1. which will become
the benefit of the community ,- following described real estate bested effective on January 1. 1943. A further Matrimony ExpertSam

He stood out in bold relief a- So near it shines, within our in the County of Okeechobee. State purpose of said election Is to determine .
of Florida to-witBeginning1 : the amount of raiilage to be -Or
ever ready to identify himself hearts, at the Southeast Cornerof levied In the newly created Special
with those institutions and groups When we shall view! its scenes Block 161. Town of Okeechobee Tax School District umber 1 for the Abernathy never intended to and his mellow glue of beer and

aright. according to plat of said town recorded ensuing biennium. be a matrimony expert but he hit pipe at the end of a lone day.
whose influence is for the uplift in Plat Book :2 at page 17. Said election shall be held and conducted '
I of humanity, and while he devoted TV public record of St. Lucie County. la the manner prescribed bylaw the nail on the head the other day From where I sit, that prescription -

distance long shall Florida and run thence South 70 feet for holding such elections and when he said: would apply to most !human
his efforts .to those that tend to "Nor time nor more or less to the South boundary only the qualified voters as prescribedby

lift men up, he was Just as ecru- be, < line of North Park Street for a pointof I5C law' shall be entitled to vote la "What marriage really needs is relationships. Criticism rarely
Thence South
beginning: run this election.
I pulous to by-pass and avoid such To those who walk the Christian feet to the North boundary line of Any one desiring to qualify as a more open minds and a lot fewer rouses anything but resentmentBut
South Park Street thence run West an mind-whether it's
candidate for Turstee file la theCouot1' mouths. open
most
things as might tend to drag men path, 200 feet to the East boundary line of << )pen
Office not of
i To reach the land we can only pee Florida East Coast Railway right of later than Superintendent's October 20th.! 1947. a petition Sam may not think much of his applied to a woman's choice
thence run North along said hats, or a husband's preference fora
way
down.While of Godly signed bv not than five
Through the telescope right of wy line 150 feet to the South less missus' choice of hats or her habitof
he was In no eense immune faith. boundary line of North Park Street; qualified voters. and pipe and a moderate glass of beer
watercress cream
' or free from such frailties V thence run Lying andtbebntbi See BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION serving or two-leads to the conclusion
cheese salad. But he keeps his
of beginning
and imperfections as are the com. 37 South OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. FLORIDA that there's right on both .id s.
IS and 21. Township
"Just over across the troubled Hone VAN E. LIG TSEY. Chairman mouth shut (I mean, he just uses it
l mon heritage of our humanity, he Range 35 East.Beginning .
main,- at the Southwest Cornerof CARL T. DURANCE Superintendent to eat the salad). And the missus
{ did keep the balance-pole of life Block 161. Town of Ok@l't'hobee. according -
and beckoning and Secretary. criticizes Sam's affection for
To that bright recordedIn never
of uld town
{
to plat 8eaMt
adjusted to such keel
an even ,
shore,- PUt Book 2. page 17. public record that worn-out chair before the fire,
that whatever they might have meet of St. Lnrle County Florida and ron
\ Where those longparted thence West SO feet to the East boundary
been, he kept them more than line of Florida East Coast Kail Subscribe to The News .

counterbalanced by his: dally life again, .., f way right ot way; thence 'rnn' North C.PTriA.19l7. United States Brewers Foundation jT'H
i And those who meet shall partno along said right of way line to Intersection *-
of cheerful optimism of kindlyI with the North" boundary! ting .,.
words and unselfish service.He more. of Section 1C, Township w- South.
We recommend! that this memorial Range 35 East, thence run East 60 feet I '
was to fault and thence run South to the point of beginning -
generous a ;
be made a part of the recordsof Saving and excepting the II
to those who knew him best, It both the Lodge and the Chap- right of way of Main Line of Seaboard
I
but the Mir Line Railway Lying: and beingin
natural
was
thing to find
ter, and that a copy be furnished Section IB. Township 37 South a
him always more engrossed in kind family. Range 35 East.
and to the
the ,
to press Beginning at the Southwest Corner
deeds of service rendered for the Respectfully submitted by the .f Itlock 149 Town of Okeechobe. according ( :

benefit of others than in pursuing to plat of said town recordedIn J _,_ .., .
Joint Committee: PUt Book 2 page 17, public record #' .
material gains for himself. of St. Lucie County Florida run '" .'. ,- !" II
ROXIE J. LOVVORN, thence South 70 feet tA the Sooth "; ...
He has well qualified his name ', \ '
BEATRICE SWAIN, boundary line *f North Park Street { :"**" : '
cI c-
to be listed in that rare group of for a point of beginning: Thence run ; ? _
Z. K. WILLIAMS, \ South 1W feet to the North boundaryline '
men by whose death all who of South Park Street thence run
knew him lost friend Committee on the part of the East to the Western shoreline of Ono ,
a yet noman
Taylor Creek. tbeiu>*
sohatcnee or
got rid of an enemy. We may Chapter; Northerly' Along said shoreline to a Notice -
J. E. LOWORN, point due East of point of beginning, I
repeat In his behalf what St. REEVES thence run West to Point of beginning .\ ,
Paul said of himself. VERNON I Lying and being In Sections 15 :
R. A. BURGESS sad 22 Township 37 South Range 35East.
*I have fought a good fight; I ,
Committee on the part of the Beginning at a point on the North I r .
have kept the faith; I have fin- Lodge. boundary line of Section 15.: Township I ; ,',;- -

ished my course" 37 South Range 35 East due North
October 21. 1947. of the Northeast Corner of Block 1 of
Whatever claim to his public the Town of Okcwefeobee according to
LOULA ZANDER, Secretary. of stud town recorded In Plat .
plat ;
services might be laid on him by Hook 2, page 17 l'ablUod.. of St.I.ltrle i

I the community whether fraternal, Countv. Florida run hence Both, the real estate and intangible' and '
South to the Northeast Corner of said .
civic or religions, Sample Ballot -
was promptly Blwck 1. tbeoce run Southerly along '
: met, and ungrudgingly performed the Eastern boundary of Block 1. lit. personal property tax rolls have 1 been delivered
17 32 33 34 SI. 32 33 12 S3 84 113: lie i iI ,
; to the best of his ability. His life Special Tax School District No. and 147 of said Town of Okeechobe.

work was climaxed in his owncommunity 1 Election for Okeechobee County to the North.East Corner of Fraction I to my office and 1947 tax payments 1 a
I
al Block 14)4) of Mid Town of Okea.rhobee __.
: and especially ,In his Florida, as provided for by Sec- : thence run East to the Western r due. : zI
are now
shoreline of Ono obatche or Taylor
own home and family. He tion 230.34 Florida Statute 1941
was
a
Creek thence run Southerly along I. :
faithful and devoted husband anda as amended by Section 12, Chapter the laid western shoreline of said Tax will
Creek to intersection with the South I "t payments carry a 4 percent discount
kind 23726 Acts ot 1947 Held November -
doting and Indulgent fath boundary line of Section 13 aforesaid .

t'r.kOur sincere sympathy and con. 4, 1947. thence run Frost to the v Eastern shoreline t to December 1st 1947 3
I for
of Mid Onosohatchee or Taylor I percent
dolence go lo the bereaved famllyT'and (Creek thence Northerly along said

; we commend them to Eastern shoreline of Mid Creek to intersection payment to January 1st 1948 and
i the 2
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the ,
1. Ballot for election ot Trustees with North boundaryline percent
i comfort', found only in the faithof of Section 13; aforesaid then**
run Vest along Mid Section line to for payment to February 1st
our fathers. 1948
I INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: In- the point of beginning Saving and 1
i Brother Edgar excepting the right of war of Mats I f
Joshua Wilson dicate your choice: by marking an Line of Seaboard Air Line Railway percent discount to March 1st 1948. j

was .born In Jackson county, Ala. "X" after the name of the person Lying and being la Sect I ion 13:, Payments
,
Oct. 18, 1891, and died at his homeIn or persons of your choice for the Township That certain 37 South tract Range of land 33 marked Kast. I will be net in March, 1948 and 1

'Okeechobee, Fla. Sept. 5, 1947; ""RESERVED. lying South of Blocks I unpaid .,
position as Trustee or by writing
j 194 and l'J7! as the same Is shown on taxes will
being 56 years old. He was mar. In the name of the person or per PUt of First Addition to the Townof become delinquent April '
rledvto Miss Jessie Warren at Ft. Okeerhotw' according to pUt recorded i
sons of your choice for the posl- In Plat nook 2.t page 26, 1st 1947.
r Payne, Aia. Nov. 14, 1909 who tin and marking an **X" thereafter. public. records of Ot. Lacie County, I ,
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survives him. They moved to Okee- .
Vote for three persona: Lying and being la Section 31 1947 occupational business
chobee la January, 1924, and have FOR TRUSTEE OF THE DIS- Township 37 South Range S3 !:ail. licenses due

lived',here continuously since that All ricnta. title Interest equity reservation in October
TRICT: *. reversion, easement, powers will be subject to I
time, and reared a family of six privileges and franchises of every warrant, and

' eons L. E1J __.____ triad, la. of tee andir. over sad upon penalty if not ,
I Harry edge 1 all the strip. pareU and every part laid by January lt 1948.
thereof of all the land F
He engaged in business as at' ---- -- -- J.-- -- deserlbod and :
J.f. referred bv Okwchobee Coatpaay lathe
s, I dealer In sewing machines, musical .. f.---- dedication of. plat etobretng
part.' of Section 13. 16. 21 and 22 ..fTO..D.ltlp
inturvments which he continuedfor --L.. t---
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37 South.
,. Range 33 East according i1
> :some.years. He was also active > to a pat| of Town of Okeechobee. '

and ambitious In fraternal circles 2. Ballot for School Tax District recorded la St. Lade County {
Florida la Plat Book 2. page 27. and II

' ,,,'serving u' Insurance 'Deputy Millage LevyINSTRUCTIONS- according to a pUt of First Addition /' BESSIE ALDERMAN I !'

for;the Woodmen of the World. He TO VOTERS

also joined the Masonic fraternity Indicate by marking an "1C" la the QUICK RELIEF FROM i! Tax I

here:and was a past junior warden space after line (1) whether you Collector i.
trail
Symptoms .f Distress Arising
,.and at the time of his death favor the proposed mlllage levy '
'. ULCERS I .. \OKEECHOBEE
3 ., was 'serving as Senior Deacon of which is necessary for the approved STOMACH COUNTY FLORIDA-

} {- the Lodge. lie and his wife. Sister << school term. If you favora DUE TO EXCESS ACID ....

Jessie >Wilson, were also members different mlllage levy, write the 9r..B.ekT.BssfH..sTr'ato.nttltat

r and '' officers of Okeechobee Chapter levy you favor after line (2). Mast Help or It WM Cos Y** .tWc

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s .. .'No.,'128, Order of the Eastern Over throe mUUoa bottler of the Wiixaa
4 TaaATMUT bays bent sold for relief .f
;::0 x Star;> as well, as',of the Baptist (1) Estimated Mlllage levy required Q'IIIP'OmSoId--.tac from.......
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; and D.d.sai assts duo to Kasi AaW-
'Church;' .in-whlch> Brother Wilson for support and maintenance Post 1M........ Ssr or Sliest 1ta. -
'deacon. Also they>were'. c......... Hartlsars, Hats.Ns" I A: '- .
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Was' '
;. of sthooU for the n .. due w >c* *AcI.Sold 011 14 Uys' tr'1&11 .,

F m Sbers respectively' of L O- lag term (10 mills)_f_ Ask np..uw for WIUarra fJe katmane-Ae--.... which aUj' '. ..'-
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0.p'4aad'Rebeeeass: : :' (I) other mlllage levy_| J--.. '- >
11 '. ,feint"1a' failing health for PARK PKUG; Co.- :: :

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I ALL DOLLAR DAY MERCHANDISE CASH _


MISSES PINAFORE DRESSES LADIES SHOES BOYS WHITE SPORT SHIRTS '

Sizes 14-16-Dollar Days One group of Ladies Shoes-per foot' $2.50 value for $ .gC -. -

$1.00
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Broken sizes
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: ONE GROUP OF LADIES SHOES .
.' LADIES LACE DRESSESBroken
Regular price $4.95-Dollar Day j;, :. BOYS COLORED SHIRTS

sizes-Values to $5.75 $2.95CHILDREN'S ;..,'itfj .. .*'' Long sleeves $1.95 value for
i' Dollar Days ; .

: i $1.00 ._, i" ?:air $1.25MEN'S Broken Sizes

PINAFORE -
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MISSES COTTON DRESSES <> Sizes 2 to 6-$1.39 value-Dollar Day ;- SWEATERS

:: '.:-' ', Sizes 6 to 12-Values to $2.50 75c f One group coat style. Long sleeve

$2.50 value for C1 E A

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BOYS' COTTON TROUSERS

i JERKIN SUITS-Value $6.75- One group washable solid color tan and MEN'S SOLID BLUE AND

x. 12 to 18 sizes-Dollar Day blue herringbone weave$2.50 value for KHAKI TROUSERS .

$1.69 Regular $2.95-Dollar Day

':( $3.95 $2.50



LADIES COLORED BLOUSES BOYS TAN' LOAFER SHOES

.I Broken sizes-Reg. $2.50 value Regular $5.95 value for ,".' Special lot FORTUNE SHOES for men

f- Dollar Day $3.95 a Y Two tone tan. Few solid tan. Regular $7.85

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a <|fr % i rffr.sfcfrs ..Jlfrlfri /Eft Q BLINDEDContinued time later, he was sent to Btlibid He relies on himself, but doesn't NOTICE
prison, in :Manila.! He no longer hesitate to ask questions. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

l Social & Personal ( from Page 1) was required to work because his He works out in the club and the Okeechobee Board of County Public Florida Instruction wishesto of

sight had gone. goes to baseball games carrying a contract block laying In connection
with the construction of the school
keep fit has remolded a powerful For weeks he and his group of portable radio. He tried playing gymnasium.' Bid will be opened in the

..... ._ .._ ... ..... ...... body that once was 85 pounds, basketball, but couldn't catch the office of the' County Superintendenton
,.- -- -- -!"-- -- --- -- -- -- 25 prisoners fed their hopes of liberation Monday November 3. 1W7 at leo
racked with beriberi and dysen ball, though he has played golf clock A M All bids should be in the
Vincent Boromei returned to his Joe Howell from Miami was a tery. Inevitably, this winning com on the spectacle of American successfully.Kent Superintendents. office on or before
said date.Details
carrier based aircraft the
: over
home here last Friday from Fort Weekend visitor In Okeechobee. bination has him of
today
brought peace la a powerful man of construction may he secured -
city. Then came land based planes,!
where he ',uifder- at the Superintendent office
Pierce hospital mind. I moving the scales back to an even .
and with the help of a radio made The Board reserve the right to reject -
went an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mille The year 1940 found Kent, a by one of the prisoners and concealed 200. But greater than his physical any or all bids.

were visitors spending Monday in graduate of Murray State Teachers in a canteen, they followedthe recovery, he Is an example of whata VAN E. L1GIITSET.

Mrs. J. T. Hancock returned to Miami. College, Ky., completing a hitch In course of American troops to- man with "guts" can do. Chairman. Board of Public Instruction -

her home here Saturday night the regular Army In the Philip- ward the city. But they never ATTEST ,

from Batllmore, Md., where she Miss Perilee Hunt spent last pines. He was scheduled to returnto dared trust these stories Completely. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF CARL County T.Superintendent.Dl'URANCE.
has been a patient in the Johns week-end in Jacksonville as the the states on the next ship LAND-OWNERS OF EAGLE BAY

Hopkins Hospital for the past guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shuler. when war came. 8CB-DRAIXACE DISTRICT
One day about 4 P. M., they NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN. that, NOTICEOn
month. As the Japanese swarmed ashoreon heard machine-gun fire at the edgeof pursuant call of the Board of Supervisors
of Eagle Bay Sob-Drainage
November 3. 1947. at ten o'clock
Tiny Watford was another student Corregidor, he was commanding the city, and then tanks rum- District the annual meeting .of the. A. M tile Board of County Coinmissionrrs -
H. SingletarY returned landowners of Eagle Cay Sub Drainage
R.
Mrs. of Okeechobee
mortar lobbing sheilainto County will re
12Jnch
Sunday from of the West Palm Beach College a bling through the streets. District for the rear 147 will be C"t'he ,tenders for the purchase of the
to her home here assault teams at a held In tbe office of tile County Com-
enemy following equipment and
who was in Okeechobee over "I believe the boys have gotten material for
Jacksonville where she went lastweek misslonera In the County Court House said CountyOne :
;' range of 2000 yards. here" of Okeechobee County. In tbe City of
the weekend.Mr. Kent told the men. He can-
to visit her son and daughter Okeechobee. Florida.JID Fridav October mowing machine.
Harold Wil- Kent did not know of the United not forget those words. 31. 1W7 at 2-90.P. M. Eastern Bridge material for the, construction :
In law, Mr. and Mrs. of a bridge over Taylor Creek. '
road
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Bataan until Standard Time for the purposes of; on
States surrender on The afternoon "
Edwards next officer
R.
who the arrival and Mrs. J. an 1. Electing Supervisors for terms of extending from State Highway 15 to
keaiion announce
/ have returned from Kentucky : the morning of May 6, when he circulated a piece of paper among two (2) and three (3) years respectively Opal, in said County. Sack material to "
of a daughter at their home in be delivered at bridge site and act In ;
Jacksonville. where Mrs. Edwards has spent and .his men saw a white flag fly- the prisoners on, which were sorlb- 2. Receiving; annual reports and taking place. .;
several months. Ing over Ft. Drum. A few hours bed tersely, "You are hereby notified aucb action with resuect theretoas Said tenders to be opened and eon
| the land-owners may determine; bv the County CommUaionera :;
and Mrs. W. J. later, orders ta cease fire were sent you are free men." It was the and at the Courthouse In the CIty of Okeechobee --
Representative Word has been received here to men on the line. same old Army. 3. Transacting such other bnsines at the time above wt forth
Hendry were visitors spending a* may come before the meeting. The CommlsiUouera reserve the right to "
Friday night and Saturday la that Carter Howell, a former res I. The scene that greeted him HisTir&t glimpse of an American BOARD OF SCTEBVISOHS OF reject any and alt bids. ;

went to attend dent of Okeechobee, has Joined the when he was taken to Cabana soldier was had when a poundingwas EAGLE BAY SLB-DRAINAGE C B. DBAWDT. t
Gainesville where they -
the Homecoming Football Navy and is receiving hla Boot Tuan, a prison camp in Luzon, was heard on a boarded window.: J E. EDWAUDS.DISTRICT.By President Chairman Board oC County Commls.,101l.erL .

game at the University of Florida. Training in San Lego, California.Mrs. tour American soldiers tied in a Kent began tearing away the

squatting position to a timber run- boards and a grim faced GI leaped ,
Buster Christopher E. J. Keck left Saturdayfor ning under their knees. through the opening tommy-gun --- '-
Paul Bobbin, New Announcing ReopeningJ.
an indefinite stay in
and Jack Coker returned to "They kept them there under the in hand.

Okeechobee Monday morning from York and New Jersey. sun for two days before the Japs After months in Army hospitals, & S Park Restaurant and. "
he was sent to Avon Ct.. a hos- .
spent
they their own graves '
Havanna, Cuba where Ada Jane Cason and Ben Vaughn made them dig
made the trip Kent said softly, pital for blind, veterans where he
several days. They of West Palm Beach spent Satur. and shot them,
and from had tried to es- studied Braille and typing.. From Dining Room
to Maml by automobile day afternoon and Sunday in and added: "They
there, he went to the Perkins In.
Cuba and while the only
there took a plane to Okeechobee as visitors of Mr. and cape, and all the
stitntion at Watertown. He com- Featuring their
requestto Hush
made Puppies
return. Mrs. Leonard Berger. outcry they was a
be shot." pleted a course given by Harvardto Sweet Taters with Lake Okeechphee Catfish
and Mrs. H, H. Rauler. prepare for a position<< as a
Mayor Mr. and Mrs. Alto Watford, Jr., In five months he was transferred
visitor spending Wednesday teacher of the blind. ALL ONE CAN
son we're are.the parents of an eight pound : to several camps, and In EAT. $1.25.. -
In Tampa. 12 ounces boy, William Wayne, sit months he had gone from near- He became interested in massage 3

born late Monday night In Fort ly 200 pounds to 85 on a diet of and with the help of Allen H. Mr. & Mrs. Ragar Caterers
Miss Alma Joyce Trumble who Gleason training officer ,of the :
Fierce. rice and a program of heavy work.
college in West Palm Veterans Administration, he was
attends Before the end of six months his
the week-end in enrolled In the Nylin School of
Beach spent Polly Gay Greenberger spent vision grew dim and ulcers formedon Massage Brookllne. "',

Okeechobee. with her'parents.Mrs. the week-end in Fort Pierce visiting his eyes.Isolated in - . .
Alte'r Melting the course ,
Dunn.
Jean
.' Paul Baca se haw and Mrs. Miss Betty in what was called the there, he worked for six monthsat Remember to Get Your 'FlowersFrom (

Alto Watford. Sr. spent Wednesday Miss Dotsy Stewart visited hospital section of the camp he the Boston city dispensary, giving .

afternoon. and. Thursday In : In 'Cocoa wore bandages on his eyes and medical massage. Through his t
and relatives
friends (
Mr. and
Fort Pierce as the pest of gradually became weaker own. ability, he was given a chanceto
week-end.
and Mrs. Ward Gubler. over the weaker until dysentery and beriberi become :an assistant to Carl CHANEY'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS

ticketsto seized him. His legs and feet Segelstrom, 'head masseur at the Choice'Ro si Carnations, Orchids,. Gardenias,
of the 60,000
Mrs. H. H. Ranlerson and- son Purchasers:: Bowl classic pained until he crawled in.the dirt University Club, and he is there Corsages > .:.:
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accompanied by Mike Bar the Orange because it hurt to try to stand. .
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Raulie. Flowers
today. for '-
Saturday will be given an opportunity to Weddings and all Occasions.Ckmy's i
ber visited in Tallahassee Then his akin began to peeL Adjusted t There Is no doubt of

and Sunday. They brought help send abroad.the American The Orange Olympic Bowl Probably hours before his death I. it. He has bought house. Though4oeaui'IfUi House of Flowers j
.
ulster Mrs. Caroline team .: ;
.
Mrs. Raulerson's' voluntary contributions otherwise would have occurred an be :to get Into traffic,
collect
Davis, and her. children:'themfor.Ann.-a of will 25c.' r-t lor.NIAA participation. American colonel gave him 12'aul.fa he won't;;tun,from* It. He travels 207 North, 2nd. St Phone 1031 Ft._Pierc*,,FT*. *

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--., 4f # I f How' to Successfully Grow and Care Warm Stream Meets Cold I I How To .

< : r--- ------I.I.t. For Your House Plants and Flowers '

t. The cold Labrador Current and Bronchitis :--reBevesnrrms

If .. ; i "Water only enough to keep them alive the warm Gulf Stream meet at
{ : and la the spring start new plants by the Grand Banks off Newfound-
l' LufHcLp oreHouse pinching"off slips from tops of growing land. This meeting of warm and creomu1sfon "
; stems using the new hoots around the cause It goes right to the seat CC
F base for slips I cold water creates the dense fogs trouble: to help loosen 'and-
Mums can be potted aU year and planted .I that so endanger shipping in that germ\ laden phlegm*and aid .
f MfMOS outside in summer but during these part of the Atlantic. to soothe and heal rawtamed .tee
** winter months they need cool. moist air bronchial mucous
: to survive. braves Tell your druggist tom '
You may want to know about preserving a bottle Creonmlsion:
Plants Ruined other indoor plants-cyclamen, primrose -, KILLS demanding must WW1t
cactus. geranium. Proper plantingand Black LICE quickly allays the co
B By Faulty Watering watering for these and others are discussed to have your money h ck. -
i in our booklet No. 29Send .
S t Leaf 40 A.. ... CREOMULSIOK

25c In coin for"Satttn Wit Houseplants ... tUt1 tE4F 41 for Couzhs,Chest Colds
JUST
POTTED chrysanthemums are a aDd Flowers" Weekly Newspa- DASH IN HATHIRSOR eOruCaratr.et .Pnwfijfr
; that bloom until per service 243 West 17th Street New I
York 11. New York. Print name. address SPREAD ON ROOSTS BUY U. S. SAVINGS1&'L1k4ThHfr 80_
near Christmas. They must be kept with zone booklet title and No-29. I .
cool, and flourish best in an unheated -

room or sunporch.


Jackson's Death

jt t dt4 Stonewall Jackson did not die :

on the battlefield. The Confederate

; general was wounded by his own
\ : ? men on a reconnaissance during

the battle of Chancellorsville on fall *

May 2, 1863. He died eight days CAMHSTHAN

later in a little frame house at

Guinea Station Va.Kidneys.


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Ii For You To Feel Well tell you1yfTry ff
1x'F 14 hones ...". day T "claneryk
,ever etoppinc.the kid ey>filter
1 vaite matter from the blood.
." 1 Let's Bake a Cake That's Feathery Light! I If more people were aware of how thekidney k Camels on your V
.
: ,, (See recipes below.) Kurt on temtly ... eurplui -
fluid, add 4't. ie; "
ucca wate a -' -- "T-Zone...that's T for <
1 .. matter that cannot BUT IB the blood
: ': Parade of Cakes without Injury to aeelt. then would '
LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU lie better end r.laadiag of ors the c w Taste. .T for Throat | .'
t --- whole ystem if npeet when kidney fail /
Now tha the weather Is cooler to function properly.Buminc. ; See how mild and flavorful >
; ; Broiled. Sweetbreads with Bacon .canty or toe frequent erfna- F
and we're spending less time out- tloa sometimes wares that onethiBf _
of-doors, there's more call for moth Pineapple Garnish la wronf.Yea may Buffer machine backache they are. Youl :_
huctac-. dixxineea. rheuaatiepaiiu.
Broiled
Tomatoes ;
t '
er's delicious cakes. A cake somehow .letting up at Bight,iweliiac-1 NO : understand why more
seems to top off evenings at Potatoes Au Gratin Why not try Daam't fHUI You will Trs : ;
home perfectly when the youngsters Whole Wheat Muffins be country sung orer.a medicine Dww'.timuiet.recommended the funetiom the- ; M and more people are I

.. ,! have their school chums in for an Whipped Cream Cake of the kidney and help them to learning by experience ? .
? Beverage Sank oat poiaonona waits from the
; 'evening or if guests drop in unexpectedly blood. They contain aotoinc harmful. : ::;y
Recipe given. Get Deuce today.: U.with confidence., p '. that Camels suit tUI
i At all drug atone.DOANS. t '
f ; Week-ends, too probably are full ,\ u-j : 'i1 best! :

."- 1! :: of light entertaining if the week is boil with the milk stirring gently. PILLS :
a busy one. and Boil without stirring until 232Ft or _
: =
ifs time the old the soft ball stage. Add butter remove 5F
; custom of baking from heat and cool to luke

1 ; !t.a. cake on Saturday warm. Beat until thick and creamy
N .. afternoonwere and of a consistency to spread.
reinstated.
Chocolate Potato Cake.
f Then no matter 1
t' who comes in fi cap batter or substitute

that evening or 2 caps sugar .

stops for dinner or tea on Sunday, 4 egg yolks beaten
( we have a cook's treat to set before 2 cops cake flour
\ them. Z teaspoons baking powder /i/

j There are loads of cakes to please 1 teaspoon cinnamon

every palate, from featherytexturedspice 1 teaspoon cloves

; \ cakes to delectable combinations : H teaspoon nutmeg


',1; U.; '\. as and well light-as-down of banana as spiced and, dark delicate pineapple devil's whipped cake.food 1 2 1 cap cnp squares hot milk mashed chocolate potatoes grated UNIVERSAL is out Front WOIV I with the

1 cup walnuts, chopped
cream cake.
& t.
? : : ''. 4 egg white
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i milk cake, easy on the budget and
.\1 easy' to mix. Top it with a broiled Cream sugar and butter add egg
; t i icing. alternately yolks. Add sifted with dry ingredients FIRST REALLY

i Hot Milk Cake. i'r.
milk. Then add
r 1 1 2 eggs, well beaten .
lukewarm
r I t I 1 cup sugar potatoes .
l. 1' cup sifted cake flour to which the

> : ?. teaspoon salt chocolate has H NEW CLEANERSWAY
t 1 teaspoon baking powder been added and
:
.' I allowed to melt,
I' !i cup hot milk
and the walnuts.
,
t i 1 tablespoon batter Fold in beaten

t ; ; Beat eggs until light and thick. egg whites and lemon rind. Bake

j I ; Slowly add sugar and continue beating in layers or in a flat loaf tin in "
s: : until very light and thick. Sift ,' "<
a moderate oven for 35 to 45 min
L ti flour baking powder and salt. Fold utes. ..
? ; Into egg and sugar mixture aQ atone Spiced Devil's Food. "- too/ : "
f' time. Melt butter in hot milk :11..
f: 1 and fold into cake. The addition of H cap butter ;
r :. the flour and milk should take no 1 cap sugart 'TATTLE-TALE" USHT TELLS '

i longer than 'one minute. Pour into eggs, wen beaten WHEN DIRT ,
1 chocolate melted BAG NEEDS 'fi.t
}: i' a well greased pan and bake In a square
t preheated, moderate (350'F.) ovea IK cups cake flour EMPTYING+ -
2 teaspoons baking powder '
t I for 30 minutes. "
1 teaspoon cinnamon
.Y Broiled Icing. $i teaspoon salt 1 :
% brown s '
cup sugar -
% teaspoon cloves
f. f- M cop batter meltedW -".
: .. j cup cream 1 cup milk $ .

L:. i 1 cap coconut i Cream butter and sugar thoroughly j I 7 995 Economy Model VC sroo"J

Combine ingredients, blending add eggs and chocolate. Add Complete. '-With A/gcha ;
: '; well. Frost cake and return to hot sifted dry ingredients alternately "
I. Model Shown ,
with milk. Bake in buttered ss VC 6702, 9-5 .
paw s ;;
,
oven broiler
or $
just long enough to
Complete With
I :; brown. in a moderate oven for 30 to 40 Asschaeaa .69 .
:
-" Banana Cake. minutes. Frost with mocha icing: .

r' ; !i cop batter 2 cups sifted confectioners' sugar -

:;., : 1H cap agar K ,cup butter or substitute AHEAD TOOI7'lRFECT! for Complete Home Cleaning!
't X cup banana mashed 4 tablespoons cold coffee ,

L H cop dates chopped 1 square chocolate, melted

i;i-, i. 1 2 cap caps crashed cake floor pineapple drained' add Cream melted together chocolate butter and and sugar coffee.* ate'NIisfltlfJMlNM' THE NEW UNIVERSAL CLEAN-AIR CLEF:k.b1JeAuqfr12le k. .

H teaspoon soda Beat until smooth and of a spreadIng .
i' t 1 teaspoon baking ponder consistency. Spread in between I IT'S NEW, ..R'S DIFFERfcNT..iT'S, with these work.savini:

I M cop cutmeats layer on top and sides of cake. :f i1OVfKI-"r... ... MORE EF "way-ahead" .,.: .
I' t Ji cop sour milk CIEN'Pon'tbuya f
Sprinkle with chopped nuts. tures..thc: ex dusrveTkaIe.'IaI 'i "

t I Cream sugar and butter thorough.ly. .Whipped Cream Cake. !J. 'exokete er that will be outmoded m a year. IrShc."Instxat-seal" '::;
I Add bananas, dates, pineapple, Wffl'I111' Hose Cbnncc- :.
{' and 1 cup whipping cream See this new 100% cleaner .. -
post-war wn. _
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SiftIngredients 2 well beaten Se'r" ,
I oughly. eggs sa JUUUg, & .;
:
t three 1 cap. sugar NTH'sad :PoWer"Motzi f_
I times and mix H teaspoon lemon extract .. .. :;r "Super: <; -
i 'I n nuts; add 11 K teaspoon vmaOlA1J4 Compare sad ypull buy aUnivasak Kfe
cake flour
i IJt" i alternately with :: caps U fn 1 WIT! 13 SPECIAL ATTACfflKJITS"A ( .,, ,
3 teaspoons baking. powdetK ; :; ;
sour milk. Bake .
s '
in a moderate teaspoon salt spt"! tea fw troy cleaaf acU"

.t ; (330 F.) oven for Whip.cream until it holds shape I
t tit lard Oesa ....
t. i i ; 83 to 40 minutes.Frost, with caramel then fold in eggs and sugar mixing TOUT .n&r ,
I with DO fitngii, and ,
iI icing; lightly. Add lemon extract and :
I ;, 1H dark brawn. vanilla. Add sifted.dry ingredients.Bake 1 l A touch of the.toe; regulates .;, ..&wk"/
,
t ,;:"= caps cops granulated sugarIJi in two buttered layers la a sooioa 10'-prevent dnfglng. {I" *' r"'''

_: IJi cops milk sugar moderate (375F.) oven for 3 to Only Universal'! -the.new CLEANS DU40THS ,>
POLISHES
.' ;. ';-, 2 tablespoons butter 30 minutes. Put together layers' with I Sucrioa-K,ryihmfYoo are way SPRAYS
SHAMPOOS
: J kf;: '- Combine sugars and additional .whipped cream. tt out frosO too with UaJrmal: 's DEODORIZES, _
bring to
I at
Keleaacd
? e -" by WKTJ reaturca. I aammadfRng-Adjesungbv'os.

.; I -Dty-GIo" HcaHligbf sad e r
,; LYNN SAYS -
: < fJ-'. : Ham 'cornbread go a long way ii Touch-Toe"Handk CbcooL _,
h Baking Tips Help Gtre >
J ::: toward making any >meal Too mecess. -
+ l.: ;_ Successful Results ..,Add finely diced ham to cornbread Model IlK\ tri .
a : t llllKllC&t IIPUTlUlt If BIllE :
.- : 0 When you buy lamb chops, for batter before baking. Serve VC5702Ctmfktt q CIIMIIIc__ III RlllIIMII! IIIIC[ URIII ga;
_
broiling select some that are twotfcird with salads, tows and souffles for .$7915 S HOUR D3a ; .
i_ :,; ;to two inches' thick. If they a, flavor-bright' combination: 1 d..rg..wera.rani pep utsp F 1 -_

;-iF":" are"MiI'. thinner they dry out too A never-to-be-forgotten rule when '- -

,> .readi&.!t before" they tare- ,entirely.. baking' cakes. is to allow'aU the : ,, = j/ie w L :
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'if!'':o--:'''':'' ... --.QOot! fOUt"dele.-Yes a ingredients and liquid to especially come to room the temperature fat. eggs. ... &

"l .: '.. 'r feet': abotrt; .xi''minutes efore" mixing. Their **can fwaITE: 'M
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'! '1!!:: ..-"4 easier to 'earn m and the'testure of the,cab 1 .: = .ANDER I'
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ILASSIFIED JEP'A"! RTMEN !' I :' ? 4t' Popular Doily Excellent Pineapple Gift


-- :LIVESTOCKMIUtFBODTJCTIOW __

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,.-._-1.?Toea Stimulate a Stock tunes Lagging-Powder aDd males appetites in keep their intop feed a ; z4:

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--MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS !111

OaDS'DT tAiL: Western. Poptil u BTRoland 7
jgc to NDQyftN Coc
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When : ::? .:.\ So EASY to do so popular \,

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t country over--this hand
f.? some pineapple doily is crocheted;
in white or ecru cotton thread. It
ir Children "Eat your breakfast Beverly Don't you want to crow up ;
measures 16 inches across and
looking like your sister!"
this Is the way POP.maws the lawn!" combines'pineapple motifs, palm:
leaves[ and a center diamond de
COUGHS ..
ve sign.
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NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller
To obtain complete crocheting instruc
; J E TO COLDS ttons for the Pineapple Doily (Pattern No.
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PEOPLE ALWAYS 5186) send 20 cents in coin your name address *
HELs and pattern number.
: : : PHONE WHEN I'M IN +trr. .aV Due to an unusual:; large demand and
*. THEM GOOP.TASTHG :1 : \G THE TUB -- AND I current conditions, slightly more time i*,
retndred in filling orders for a few of the
SCOTTS EMULSION .HAVEN'T ANY most popular patterns.
pea lend stamina -kelps bald ROBE Send your order to:
j.MH..to eokU.If:youngsters don't
td ..,.i> eaters A&D Vitamins
SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
c
ScottTs Is a high merry tae. Sooth Wells St. Chicago T. D2. @
,.FOOD TONIC "cold Enclose 20 cents for PatternN ,
_ rnia*" of natural AAD
Vitamin and energy.bnOding -
natural oiL Easyto tlmmr
take. Many"doctors Addl'oM-
Illr-v' recommend itl Boy today
EtIR at TOOT drug store. I
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MOlE than lust a tonic- .
WI
ifs powerful nourisfunenlfSCOTTS
This For
LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita

COUCHING MUSCULAR TIGHTNESS Of
MONKEYS
pBMKEY WNEW
-
>GH FHfRGY r ITS A NOT DON MIND THE '

_. h DAY FOR THE HEAT, SONNY / ChildsColdWORKS

MSS C.

:11 LONGER ,
: WAKES UP

.. ':3 TIMES A NIGHT

.-as she fid for 8 Bootfes before nritchinc '
0 AT BlDTDIt rub 011 rot wjces
tlfertbesswk3dseydUadderPiUs'Ifisdgeddoctars \'Icb VsPORYb Its to reline distress toth
report is typical of qtneksr. i: .coos n/gut.see stile
1r -lasting; benefit tram switching to Foley == ... yowl ehld steepstWben
(fU sew kidney-bladder) PW&'Broken sleep I
ra eight vrge now known to coma mostly you rub it on throat,chest and
.ftm Uad4tf imtationi...not the kidney, To back Vicks right to
'MUr protect your reef witch from lodcey work to soothe Matson,ease cough
,WBttlaat-aoly pilla. CM Foley Fills instead: .
relieve muscular and
,!her hare 'poaa .. MdatiTe-&ke acUca cferf : ing. soreness
'aNr*UaAto- oee.Nohingelse like them tightness. And VapoRub keeps on
-* ret. Unless TOO find them Ur more uiU* I worfcmz for
bday,DOUBLEYOtft lo:10: BACK MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher In the hoUI'5YICKS_


60SHTHlS REPORT f ARmWETIC's WELL, TtpT's I'M ASHAMED OF YOU! AiH'-r 1TTHOIX3H.! ?

CARD IS TERRIBLE.' NOT SO BAD- LIFE r GUESS! THIS REPORT CARD IS IT'S ONE OF : '

FORTY IN SPELt.1H: SiXTYBUTDEPORTMENT ABSOLUTELY THE YGUR OLD ONES.. TI,1u !

Firry-Five IKHISTORY WORST ivEVERSEEMf i FOUND IT UP//:

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Tube Trap is an exclusive *5-_
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Can't'rot and thus allow"pollution
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of the jail
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stream. One of r f t? t s :::
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MsuperqualityAQ y't ILMp
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features for -
utmost engine WHEN CONSTIPATION makes JOG feel
protection.Y '',d E punk.the dickens bring on stomach
YG upset tour tote, pay discomfort
te take Dr. Cildwefl's famous mediC
WHERE YOU Stt *H- to qtiickly paD the trigger oa lazy"iaxurds -
**. and help JOG feel>dht a&dchipper
aeain.OR. .
--:. CALDWELLS is wonderful seas
laxatir contained in good old
Doiit Despairof I- REGULAR FELLERS: By Gene Byrnes Pepsin to make it so easy to tab.IUJ'f Syrup.
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DOCTORS tu* pepria preparmtion -
biprescription to sake the medicine -
RELIEF for f : moro palatable ad agreeable to
TH5 WHAT TO UKE.TO -1 d ,e ITVASO( >CA.YBUTBATHTUB take. So bo euro your laxative U con
a1M1Rd--A FOWTAIN FEN d+CE t'IIT' 1 WASFY iT I tfDT 11RE0 tYGtr'rtri IH tained in Syrup Pepsin.
your i'otlsltiir WHAT WJUTES UrtOSt WKTER. aoN' nice a' AnY coop' ,rN CVESX TIM&. .INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL fa-
= f WANTED T"WRITE .of masons for 50 yean,mad feel
YEN if yoa pare 'used:many ( A L7lYTER' that wholesome relief from _ripe-
:L'remedies without relief for itch- 05 tioa. ERa bkQ children tore iL
fae of dry eczema or similar skin '
CAUTION Use Erected.M. .
: only U
,frnmfoa, external caused-try
aoothint: medicated ResinoL.
--"A comfort to four tenerations of GHEE'SS :
i tsera thk famous ointment may be .
jvtvkot need!
-fat UB tbaviaf you _siBd Rae.s..Soap lAIA.TlVE.

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TH'&1RBERS HAS 60T TH CANDLE STICK MAISER| US KIDS FOLKS WOULDNTRECQ6MIZE its tare wholesome tiding medication.antiseptics Nothing and else na

1R IQ UNION ANOi 4 ALL IS UNIONIZED US Jx like !t nothing *o'eamfOt'tinor
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THE ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON LITTLE MISS FLORIDALovely affairs. Dan McCarthy of Fort

Joseph W. Yates Pierce brought in this rscomntnd-
4-year-old Carol Ana ation. There was no dltcuHloa.' tl

YATES FUNERAL HOME Dry Cleaning & Laundry Conlon cf Miami has b.en named the membership concurs, it "mu
"Little Miss Florida" In the stats pointed out, the stats chamberwill

wide contest conducted! ,by Parent, embark upon an exhaustive

Fort Pierce Fla Magazine and the Florida Citrus tax study, in order that It might
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Commission to find a Junior furnish
the .
; Phone 789 Phone 789i GLADES CLEANERS Theme Girl of the Florida citrus with organization's and members
i pro con arguments
industry, it was announced this:
on developing tax issues
from
j :
Prompt Ambulance Service week by Phil Luceyj general manager which
through referenda
,, Phone 156 Pickup and Delivery of the Florida Citrus Exposi- may direct whatever taxation, commitments they-
tion.
the organization as a
From a total of 1400 picture. entries whole may care to make.

Carol Ann was selected winner The board, also without discussion -
4 0. K. Garage and Machine Service of the. contest in New York adopted recommendations

!; Electric Service & Repair Co. last week by the board of. judges; made by the national affairs committee .

i DODGE AND PLYMOUTHSales Harry Conover famous model ex- of which John Allison of

and Service Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing pert; Ralph Ellsworth, art director Tampa is chairman these to be
and Betty Green, fashion ed-
; referred to the annual
24 Hour Wrecker Service membership
: Phone 155 itor, both of Parents' Magazine. for
meeting approval or rejection.Allison's .
L Phone 92-Night Phone 92 Little Carol Ann is
the
Day C. L. Strickel Manager !daughter committee recommended -
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;i Dunlop Tires & Tubes, Gen. Electric Appliances of Photographer's Mate 1st that the Congress let the Taft

; ;i Stoves, Refrigerators,. Water Heaters :Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. Class and Mm. Thomas Conlon of Hartley labor act alone, until ex-
i 1246 Rutland St., Opa Locks, MIami perience dictates other action.
"We Service Them All"BRING Naval, Air Station. Her heightis called on the national governmentto It

I,. r, 3'5" and she has light brown balance the budget, to restore
hair and dark brown
eyes. venture
capital to the country
i Little Miss Florida will be

t I YOUR STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen brought to Cypress Gardens on Oct. economy taxes, to through stop double the reduction taxing corporate of

12 where series of will
a pictures
earnings and dividends, to
II be made of her Helen
by Dahlgren write
i Printing Needs 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 under the direction of Beryl Tucker "community in income tax property": laws to provisions puta

associate fashion editor of Pa-
50 percent
ceiling on individual
close
I> Wednesday at noon. Saturdayopen rents' Magazine. She will be pho- Income taxes, estate and Inheritance

t -, till 8:00 P. M. tographed wearing a special taxes i

I 'TO' hi.. :_ Orange Blossom print which hasbeen Dr. Ralph A. Morgan the &ta.tton.
f Repairs and Service all makes Radios and designed and manufacturedby '. director presenting the Industrial

d Okeechofcee News Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Radio Ameritex Fabrjcs. She will be division's reoommenda.tlona .

I Batteries, Flashlights and Batteries.BOOKBINDING featured nationally as a cover girl declared: "We have all the
and fashion model in this picture promotion organizations we need

lay-out which Will appear.In the to make Florida an industrial

S February issue of Parents' Magazine. state. What we lack is coordina-
r tion. He said that the proposed
; J. L BARBER As the Junior Theme Girl of r set up should, be chartered as an t

". Florida Citrus. Little Miss Florida independent group but that It
i :,< ,. will be used in pictorial publicity should be tied to the State Cham
r rr
I I Abstractor -. ,: about the citrus Industry and dur, ber. About (30,000 a year will ::
.... -<. BOOK AND BIBLE REPAIRINGJ. ing the Florida Citrus Expositionat eventually be''needed, he said to ;,
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Winter Haven next February carry on its operations but the ;
j.
.. she will appear on a number of division recommended that from !
O. COWGER AT THE
SECOND FLOOR COURT HOUSE, radio programs originating. fromthe J12,500 to $17,500 be providedin
exposition grounds. the beginning.

V Residence Telephone 117 OKEECHOBEE NEWS The Little Miss Florida contest Among conference participants Y.
was sponsored by Parents' Maga- were: M. M. Panrlsh, Gainesville;

zinc, the Florida Citrus Expositionand J. H. Therrell, Chattahoochee; :.
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\ the Florida Citrus Commission John D. Harris, St. Petersburg;

through their publicity agents Edward Ball, W. T. Edwards, H.
SeeQkEECHOBEE
BURNEY KELZ Dudley, Anderson and Yutzy oN'ew C. Bretney Arthur Y. Milam, Harold
: York City.STATE. Colee, and Frank E. Snell, Jr.,
MOTOR CO. Jacksonville; waiter L. Hays, Or-
FormerlyDENMARK'S C. OF C. lando; Dr. Eugene O. Peek. Ocala;

SALES SERVICE (Continued from Page 1) Ed H. Beckett represented by An-
need their views for this la a drew Potter, Tarpon Springs; O.

k FOR U. S. TIRES 1 controversial matter. G. Ware, Leesburg; W_ C. Sher.
Complete Home Outfitters Scott said that engineers, from man, Panama City; J. P. Walker,

f Puroil Products Ford Parts-Service I Washington and Atlanta would review Jacksonville: Ml M. Frost, New
York B. F. Williamson, Gainesville
In detail the of the ;
t progress
; P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. study at an early date; that conference -! ; Frank M. Traynor Tampa;

dates had been fixed.. J.'A. Griffin, Tampa; Carl S.
Asked how long it would take to I Swisher Jacksonville; John S.
t [complete the project as outlined Rhodes, st. Petersburg: Blaine B.

-*.. by; this study, Scott replied: "From Barber Daytona Beach; Paul Eo

i Modern Dry Cleaners Tomlinson ,20'' to 30 years, and for that reason Reinhold Jacksonville; Dan Me-
Barber
Shop we should be allowed to start Carty, Fort Pierce; James X*. Cart
next summer," wright Jacksonville; Henry N.
CLEANING--PRESSING-ALTERATIONS, Turning from flood control to Camp, Ocala; Joe H. Scales Jr.,

S V I Hair Cuts-Shaves taxation, the board Toted to recommend Perry; William F. Rolleston Maineland .
to the State Chamber's ; X L. Pellicer; St. Au
Phone 95 : gustlne; Mrs. J. Floyde Griffin
membership, a.% the annual meeting -
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Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages to be held on December 1 and represented by Mrs. Arthur Ivey,,
: "Okeechobee, Florida : 2. at St. Petersburg that the or. Tampa; Franklin S. Bunch Jacksonville -

Loyd Tomlinson Owner anization establish a division on ; John Allison, Tampa; Dr.
taxation and state, governmental Ralph E. Morgen Gainesville and
Harold Scott U. S. Engineers.CLASSIFIER .
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\ S Gilbert Cvlbreth BURGESS SUPPLY AM
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Mixon & Ellis COMPANY ....
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I FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS "' Garage a nru. I I L
ESHELMAN RED ROSE
FOR SALE-Model A Ford
Ranges Hot Water Heaters Coupe
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I Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs GUARANTEED FEED, with, small track body. Extra

Bendix, Maytag, Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze BATTERIES, TIRES AND TUBES Place your order now for RoseBushes large mad grip urea J. L. Bar-

boxes Wayne water softeners, RCA, Zenith StrombergCarlson UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY First shipment will arrive ber.R9SE.
radios, Johnson Outboard Motors, Onan Llghtplants, Berkeley Oct. '15th. Second shipment
water pumPii Day Phone 132 BUSHED. Z-year-oWL field
Phone
Night 5-R-4 will, arrive: Not! 15th.

Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54 Box 153, Okeechobee, Fla. BABY CHICKS over grown fifty everblooming choice varieties plant;;

write for free catalog with rose
; j Tuesdays. and Fridays
In color,'T1Tex.ROM Nurseries,
P. 0. Bx pat, Tyler, Texas.
ALTO WATFORD & SONS "
Atlantic Service Sta. WE
$ East SUfPackage SPECIALIZEIn
Gulf Station Paul D. Bobbins Owner Electrical And

That Good Golf 'Gal Wrecker Service Curing ,and Mertk Park
t Store ,
24 Hours
GULF PRIDE, OIL a Day Smoking Meats, Refrie tionSalesService
EXIDE BATTERIESLEE Package Stare

_: U'B.n' Wla s Cordials TIRES Also wholesale and
ALTO'SHOTEL CASOILCREASINGTWIN
Retail Cuts. -' ".- IdRasrs Wlaes, C.idial.
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"' BOAD NO. $ la The Heart Of Town OAKS Next Doer T. ,All N4gtt
All NigHt, CafeOEEECHOBEZ THOMAS,, PKG. CO. -o "-
PEONS itt-1 Weekly: er Dally Bates '. ULMER EZELL

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