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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 33-No. 26 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Nov.14,1 7 a -'


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Circle No. 2 of Baptist Regular Meeting of East- HignScnotJTi: .

:i Large Crowd Was Church Met at Home of rrt ern Star Will Be Held


'OiHawdForTheI Mrs. Lois Raulerson' Tuesday Night Here Close F.stbalt

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f aL Announcement is made that the
I Circle No. 2 ,of the First:: Bap- .
: reguar meeting of the Okeechobee: Season Tonight,
I Celebration Ties. tist Church met Monday afternoonat '
Chapter Eastern Star will be held
the home of :Mrs. Lois Rauler esr
3r -::, ; Tuesday night at the lodge hall at
son at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Raulersongave Friday night the Okeechobee
which preliminary arrangementswill
The Armistice Day Celebration
the devotional. R sg pR ';So. Catfish ring down the curtain oa
the
visit
the of
', be made for
the parade
started with
: Tuesday Refreshments were served to their 1947 football season as the

:: Tuesday morning at 10:80 headed the following numbers: Mrs. Homer .c l ? Worthy Grand Matron Thursdaynight. }local entertain the Melbourne

5: fey the Okeechobee High School Bible, Mrs. R. E.: Padgitt MM. Rich School Builder ia whit

:' Band which paraded to the handstand Z. K. Willlami, Mrs J. A. Lowry, Following the regular meeting atttlng promises to be a fast moving
Tuesday night practice
a
.'ff': in Flatter Park. Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Mrs. Joe In. thrill-packed cam Both team

After the usual Armistice Day gram, Mrs. Franklin Walker, Mrs.C. will be held. have had a bad eeison with the
Mrs. Z. K Worthy
tribute to the war dead :Mayor IL D. Harden, Mrs. Elviia Mixon, Williams Catfish still seeking a win. They
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members of the
Matron all
H. Raulerson introduced the Hon. urges
Mrs. Bowen and the hostess, Mrs. '
and tied two
lost five
Russell O. :Morrow of West Palm Raulerson. local chapter to, be present for the have games
to date.
Beach who delivered the Armistice meeting.
On the basis ot Comparative

'" Day speech. W. E. Rauierson scores Melbourne will be at least
Following the ceremonies in the ; Woman's Club Is
three touchdown ,favorites since
park the crowd went to site
{ .. the they lost to Cocoa by the slim
: of the new home of the American Passed Away Here
I Here margin of two points. Last week
:: Legion and V. F. W. where Reorganized
Cocoa handed the Catfish crushing -

t' the two posts served a barbecue Tuesday At NoonFuneral defeat, 4712. However the
i' t Jo the guests. It wAs estimated \With New Officers
locals will be all out to gain at
that a crowd of seven hundred .
least one victory for the season.
I. people was served barbecue, cole conducted The Yearling Written -
services
were I Melbourne uses the same offense
slaw, pickles, bread and coffee. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clockin In North Florida About Mts. E. H. Hunt The Okeechobee Woman's Club I as encountered against Cocoa last

i At 2:30 the crowd went to the the Primitive Church has recently been reorganized and
Baptist
< Florida People week which will aid the locals in
rodeo pens just north of the city here for W. E. Raulerson who I has again become active in the
setting up a better defense.
Will Head Xmas
where they enjoyed a calf roping passed ,away at his home here civic affairs of the city. They be-
Kin. While this game ends the season -
: contest during the afternoon. Providence sent Marjorie gin their !work with new officers
Tuesday at 12 o'clock following a for the high school, it will also
That 8 o'clock the local nan Rawlings to the little known .
night at Seal Sale Here and committee members.At
long illness. The Rev. M. M. Martin be the last game for three seniors
northern
I Vets Football team met the but fascinating region of the election of officers the
of the Independent Bap- '
pastor John Bryan nook" Watford
strong from Kisslm-! Florida some ,fifteen years ago and *
r J veterans team following were elected to serve
tist Church here, officiated, assisted -
quarterback; Lindy Brewer, tackle
mee In one of the best football inspired her to write stirring tales t. Mrs. E. H. Hunt will head the that organization during the com
; by Rev. Cranford pastor of the
I and end; and Bill Williams, half-
t i games ever played on the local about the gnarled characters she committee which will direct the ing year:
First Baptist Church. Burial was .
back. All three will |x& in the
field. The Kia&lmmee boys defeated found in the wild and untrammeled 1947 Christmas Seal Sale in Okee .:Mrs. F. P. Maupai, president.
in Okeechobee Cemetery.
starting line up. Besides these
the locals by the score of 6 to territory.At chobee County to raise funds for Mrs. W. I, Lawson, first vice-
!, William Edgar Raulerson was Johnny Klnsaul will captain the
0 before one of the largest crowds. first these stories, filtering the tuberculosis control work of president.Mrs. .
f born in Polk County, Florida, in team from his pivot post with
back to the Florida backwoodsfolk the Okeechobee County Tuberculosis Robert Nix, recording sec
lo-al I 1872. He moved to Okeechobee lose Joiner and Jasper Lee ends
: offended their dignity. There Association, Carl T. Durrance, retary. '
t County early in life and settledat C aptaln Tommy Walker will
ended with dance at the Wom- times when Mrs. Rawlingswas announced this week.
i a Bassinger. He moved with his were president, Mrs. Sollie Ellis, Corresponding. hold down the other tackle spot
an's Club Building that night fol- threatened with a "horse- The county campaign U part of secretary.
family to what is now Okeechobeein Starting guard. will be Joseph

, lowing the football game. 1910 and had made his home whupping"But the nation-wide 41st annual Christ Mirs. Parker Abney treasurer.Mrs. Strickel and Jack "Jaws' Gardner.

f Tuesday's celebration was the here since. eventually gaining their mas Seal Sale which will open S. McDougald.. chairman
.., Raulie Raulerson at fullback and
here since the end of Nov. 24 and continue until Christ .
firstput on confidence and :friendship she building and grounds committee.The
Surviving are his wife, Merida; Robert Hays at halfback will complete
tiF the war and a large crowd turned wrote a novel called "The Year mas. members of the club are
four sons, Ocie, Edward, Chester the starting bertha Kickoff
; out for all of the events of the day and Leslie, all of Okeechobee -a ling"--a story of such human understanding -j I. "With Mrs. Hunt as chairman. I working on a four point programto will be at 8:00 p. m, -

\ and enjoyed the program. daughter Mrs. Zora Coker, Okee sturdy spirit and am sure we can count on a successful be completed as soon as possi-
1t campaign." Durrance said. be and after that they expect to Last Friday the Catfish Journeyed -
Y chobee; father, Noel, Okeechobee, kindliness, that it brought high
to Cocoa and literally limped
C Commissioners who is 99 years of age six brothers fame to the author and a national "Her organizational ability and begin new projects.The .
back 1712
the in which she is after a shellacking.
high regard under
Ben. Walter! Harley and Morris appreciation for the people she projects now way
Clyde Morgan and Ira Mason the
all of Bassinger, and K. B. of wrote about., It was of such a cali held make her an ideal person to are: ,

: Transact Business, New Smyrna eight sisters, Mrs. bre as to win the Pulitzer Prize direct the campaign for funds to First Redecorating Woman's two midget guards suffered slight

for that year. continue our fight against tuber- Club building and improvement oftare fractures which will keep them
Ida Chandler of Fort Myers, Mrs.
; IiIsguIarssssnr i culosis.. A Christmas Seal pure ace ... out, of action for twoth.. ._ .
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.. W. E. Arnold. Mrs. Jfrllle Clements After many vicissitudes, both ,grounds* "" -*-""' -: *
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,". aaTlnvestment' communitY IntergateTof weeks. Rocky_Bur U'neT; quarterback -
Ts of : with
plan
Second
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; suffered bruised back but
: L. Morgan, Mrs. Katie Chandler great, warm story. of a people has health from which every citizen the Rotary Club to place benches a ,
Due to bids on Bridge :Material benefits." Park. will be ready for action Friday.
the
and Mrs. Delia Sloan all of Okee been brought to the screen incomplete in City
.. not having been advertised, there Mrs. Hunt said that she wel- Third: Sponsor teen age pro- Halfback Bill Williams did not
the .
chobee; Mrs. Hattie Henderson of faithfulness, even to
j was no Board Meeting on October Identi-I comed the chairmanship: because of gram for the city. play as he was nursing an injured
Malabar; and 12 grandchildren extent of filming it in the from '
t I8. 1947. the Importance to, every resident Fourth: Clean up drive for the knee the Belle Glade game.
and one greatgrandchild.The cal north Florida scrub country
I The Board of County Commissioners I of, the county of eradicating tuber- Cocoa led 35-S at the half and
pall bearers were J. L. location the author described. city.The
; of Okeechobee County, Sloan culosis. The people"of the county members of the club an- were held. to only 12 points In the .
Barber, Bethel John Chandler
hundred thousand
Three acres
. i i Florida, met in regular session on I strongly endorse this work, she nounce that any one wishing the second halt while the Catfish
Van Lightsey Bob Lightsey terrain '
became
of this beautiful -
wildly
i Monday, November 3, 1947, at 9:00 and Robert LaMartin. I said, and will undoubtedly cooperate use of the Woman's Club Building- chalked up one more talley. Lindy'
mammoth motion
picture
a
. 1 A. ,M. t r in .making the Seal Sale a sue- please contact Mis. S. H. MeDbugald Brewer, was the defensive (star ot y

i Present were: Commissioners C. setting for the filming of "The!icess.I chairman of the house, the evening as he personally accounted s

t E. Drawdy Chairman, O. J. Chapman County Will Receive Yearling" which is coming to the I I "Within a few days I will namea and grounds committee. for about fifty percent of

I: Y l: M. L. Mobley R. M. Dur- $5,373 Next WeekTallaha."See. Gilbert Theatre and over this vast > committee to assist in the, campaign the tackles. "Jaws" Gardner shew.

I rence, W. *F, Walker; Attorney T. area Director: Clarence Brown ;i ," Mrs. Hunt added. "I shouldbe ed versatility aa he held down 3
chose 38 key locations to captureIn Circle No. 1 of The Bap-
Ill: ::1 :W. Conely J '., Sheriff, N. O. Fla., Nov. 12-The happy to have men and women three different positions dnribgthe

I Stewart and Deputy Clerk Con Okeechobee county board of public yving Technicolor the magniflcense -I I volunteer for the committee. Any tist Church Met At The game. He started aa guard, splayed

nle W. Raulerson. instruction will receive $5,373 next of a prolific nature. These one who feels they can help in this Home of Mrs. Rigsbee blocking back and wound

s The minutes of the meeting week as the fifth installment of locations were widely !scattered ;i important assignment will, I hope, up at the center position when

; held in October were read and ap- funds from the new Minimum over a 50-mile radius striking! visit or telephone me. Circle No. 1 of the First Baptist Captain Kinsaul was withdrawn
I from Silver into the heartof
Springs,
. proved.. Foundation Program Fund. I Church met Monday afternooi I from the game with a minor In- }
The County Welfare Report was the "Big Scrub, greatest area at the home of Mrs. L. W. Rigabee. j
. i State School Supt. Colin English Mrs. Leslie Raulerson Jury. Ii a u U e Raulerson and
presented and ordered tiled in the of sand pine timber in the world. Mrs. Cranford gave the devotionaL .
i ; reported that the county will re- Entertained Sunday "Snook Watford played their
t i Office of the Clerk of the Court. The screen version of '"The -
ceive MHO for teachers salaries I usual outstanding games in thee

_ i Upon Motion by Commissioner $$668 for transportation, and $597 Yearling" captures the deep feel- School Class Monday Refreshments were served to backfield. Each accounted for a

I seconded by Commission- ing, homespun story and stark members Mrs. HarrLamb
: i Walker for current expense.A following : ] score, Raulle traveling about nine

t j : er Mobley to open bids on Tractor total of $2,707,455 will be sent drama of the novel, together with I Mrs. Leslie Raulerson entertained Mrs. O. 1.. Raulerson MrsJ. yards oft tacks and "Snook"* going

j f Mowing Machine, all voted yes. to the 67 Florida counties, $2- the sharply delineated characterizations the Mary Martha Sunday School T. Collins, Mrs. O. C. Dur-. for thirty on a quarterback sneak. ;

f J I The Okeechobee Motor Company %45U of which is for teachers of its central figures. i t'class of the Baptist Church at her ranee, Mrs. J, G. Kelley, Mrs. C

: presented the following, and only, salaries, $133,002 tar transportation Gregory Peck, moving from one I home :Monday night. The house R. Durrance, Mrs. Cranford and
{ Dr. and.Mrs. L. S. Euen-
: was beautifully decorated for the
. I bid: and $324,189 for current ex- triumph toe another in such out the hostess, :Mrs. Rigsbee.STALLSHOUSER.

, I J New Gibson Tractor No. pense. standing pictures as "Key of The occasion with wild flowers. man Entertained At Their

1. D 7597 _-_ $595.00 The checks are due to be mailed Kingdom," "Spellbound," "The Those present were Mrs. Iris Home Saturday Night

Al t i Mowing Machine with from Tallahassee, Saturday, No- Valley of Decision." and "Duel In Cranford, Mrs. Annie Hancock Mrs. Katie Ryals Stalls of Okee.

': a- Power Take-off ---- 169.63 vember 15. The Sun" plays the earthy hu Mrs. Eleanor Harden, :Mrs. Gertrude chobee and Henry Lee Houser of Saturday night November 8, Dr.

;'E: I t: Total Price --"- $764.63 man. Penny ,a hero in dirt-stained I Pearce, Mrs. Minnie Donaldson Lynchburg, S. C. were Joined to- and Mrs. L. S. Elsenman entertained

whose desire in life Mrs. Zora Coker Mrs. Minnie home Pw- -
overalls one In their new on
Upon :Motion by Commissioner STATE OFFICERS TO VISIT Bell gether in wedlock Saturday, Nov.
his small family! Raulerson, Mrs. Eva Mae avenne.rhe guests began arriving
win for rott
Chapman, seconded by Commissioner O. E. S. IN OKEECHOBEE is to 1, at 8:30 p. m. in the home of ':'
f t 1 I from Florida's sun-baked, treach- Williams, Mrs. :Merle Lamb :Mrs. about, 8:30.Refreshments 1
Mobley, to accept Tractor Worthy Grand Matron and Mr. and Mrs. H. "L. Powell of
\{ Ethel Rigsbee and the hostess.
to the :
living. served
scrub country, a were
Mowing Machine bid by the Okeechobee erous Lynchburg. The bride wore a corsage
? I ; Worthy Grand Patron of the Refreshments of fruit cake and '

- i Motor Company. All voted Grand Chapter of Florida O. E. S. Jane Wyman following her per- coffee was served. of while roses and looked following: Sfr.
> understanding Dr. and Mrs. Eddie Medowa,
i( I yea will make their official visit to formance as the very attractive. Attending the Natalie
Upon Motion by Commissioner sweetheart in "Lost Weekend, wedding were a few of their, close and Mrs. Collins, Mia
i i the Okeechobee Chapter Thursday,
1 fr \ VERNON WRIGHT ATTENDS Weinstein,
Commissioner feminine lead as Ma Weinstein Miss Doris
the
f Mobley seconded by November 20. plays friends.and some of the family.

}! !;1' Walker, to accept bid by Trustees A banquet will be held, at 6:00p. Baxter. Miss Wyman Is seen as BRIDGEWATER COLLEGE After the wedding the bride and Mr. Charley Kaplan, all of Miami Mr.,.

Railroad of bitter and frustrated Bridgewater, Virginia Nov. 5- Morris Schulman, Mr. and .
tin i of Florida East Coast m. at the Southland Grill followed the work-ridden, groom had dinner In the home of -
i Nathan
fJ H $912.00 to furnish bridge materl1:1 by a meeting at the hall at farm wife whose love for Vernon James Wright, son of Mr. Mrs. D. W Stokes.A Z. K. Williams, Mr. *nd Mr(fCrs.* -

: al, for construction of bridge over 7:30.' For reservations for the ban- husband and son is almost ,smothered I and Mrs. Curtis Wright, Okeecho"i dinner was given Sunday, Zebnenovitz, Mr. .

E 1 Taylor Creek on road extending quet call either 64 or 14t1 by Wed- by the fear of survivaL bee; Fonda is attending the CSth Nor. 2, in the home of Mr. and Leonard Berger air and, Mr*

f from State Highway 15 to OpaL I Ii nesday noon Claude Jarman, Jr.. tenyearold session of Bridgewater College the Mrs. Ernest Houser. In honor of Roger Jones. Mr. and Mra-
P Such material to be delivered at A reception will be held for the Nashville, Tenn. boy selected oldest coeducational liberal arts the bride and groom. The bride Mr. and Mrs. sits Gorton-and

f' bridge site and set in place. Worthy Grand Matron at the homeof from 12,000 candidates for the roll, college in Virginia :wore a black dress and coat with Lollar, Mrs. Brandenburg, andMrs.
Mrs. Leo Greenberger and Mf| ,
Upon motion by Commissioner Mrs. Z. K. Williams, Wi M. on portrays the sensitive Jody His black 'and gold accessories and arise < -:

t Mobley, (seconded by Commissioner Thursday afternoon at 3:00. love for the deer. Flag, the heartbreak LaRue Holmes has returned tobin bud corsage.; Attending the Wllburn Lawson. :

Chapman, the following resolution that follows the fun; joy and home here from the Fort dinner were the relatives and

.> was adopted: E4 Watford. Sr. is home after I devotion to his yearling pet motivates Pierce hospital where he was car closest friends. ] Mr. Morris Schulman .Uh.the

t WHEREAS, the Board agreed several days spent in the hospitalat the story and makes this a ried following a motorcycle accident The bride and groom plan to guest of, Dr.and Mrs. I* S.IEI'tSn':.

! (Continued on Page 4) Orlando fora- minor operation. : 1 picture that everyone will enjoy. two ,weeks f ago. make their J, home in Lvnchburg. man for the week. -

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OU asps ehBdrea STOW right --.
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1776, an action which has been repeated successfully more Help ward off eoM wbea they

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nationwide enrollment drive for
(See Recipe below) Continental Congress and the proud powerful nouristaawtlSCOTT'S
marine heritage of tradition' end the citizen marine corps opens this
achievement are being recalled this week in connection with the anniversary WHO couldn't love a doll like
Meat Savers it's so cute Just
festivities. The campaignwill EMULSIONBuy
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LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU week as the traditional birthday
i celebrations are held throughoutthe reach its peak in January. change the hair-do and clothes and

Every now and then when we are Celery and Potato Soup world. you've a girl doll too!

called upon to save meat it helps Baked Stuffed TomatoesHot This year for the first time' the a
have dishes with meat-like Programs Attuned Arms and legs move. Pattern 917 has a
to teJIjo'
c Biscuits leathernecks are being Joined in ; transfer instructions for doU and clothes U. S. Savings Bonds j]
', ture and flavor so appetites are lat- Baked String Beans with celebrations noting the 172nd anni for boy or girL
PlannedFor
isfied. Fortunately Mushrooms versary of founding of the ma- To Locale ,

there are certain = ,Molded Pear Salad Relishes rine corps by the new postwar citi- Trains

( of combinations vegeta'f Chocolate Cake ] zen marine corps the leatherneck Luxury "GOTYQUR ILAQ4SNG

BeverageRecipes 1 reserve force which is being built CHICAGO. Packaged entertainment
! which when
bles ,
served with soma] given. ; up throughout the country,. fitted to the locale and produced << MUSCLES AREa

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SPEaMXYZnn.
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Tomatoes with a bit of bacon are Chop pulp and-add to sausage mixture the American flag around .

satisfying for hearty appetites; so ; add poultry seasoning and the world. Their battle recordin Everything from physical comforts .hvt 555aryr
are squash and lima beans with a salt to psychological color and
and pepper to taste. Fill eggplant every conflict beginning with
bit of sausage. Au gratin combina- shells with the mixture. the Revolutionary war and continuing sound effects are being utilized by

tions are interesting too from the Sprinkle with cheese. Bake in a through Guadalcanal train designers to please the pas .

_.--\ point of view of satisfying appetites moderate oven (350 degrees) until Tarawa and Iwo Jima still in- senger and make him fully conscious .. '""' *,<."'S" t a

as well as the budget. well browned. delibly carved in memory as of the ease and relaxation of /
train travel
Use the recipes given today when World War II battle shrines.
Baked String Beans with Mush- '
you want to save on meat; these have earned for marines the Latest in the long list of postwar
Poor little chest muscles all
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dishes are not meant to be used as tradition of being true to their improvements is the plan of the
and hard
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- a vegetable side-dish for the average (Serves 6) motto of "Semper Fidelia-Always Santa Fe railroad to use wire recordings 6t Quick Mother-call for soothing

,_. family as they are Just a bit too 1 1 pound string beans silvered FaithfuL"AIwa's for reproduction over the f:7V/ Mentholatum! Rub it on back chest,

much on ,the hearty side for such a 1 pound mushrooms public address systems 'in new passenger neck. Your child will like that warm
purpose, 2 tablespoons butter a "ready force," the ma- equipment now under construction MENTHOLATUM gentlY&imulanl action!Helps lessen

2 tablespoons flour rines have lived up to that reputa- at shops of Pullman- congestion without irritating child's

..- Baked Stuffed Tomatoes. 2 cups milkY tion even in such varied postwar Standard Car Manufacturing company 9aia b-/, :delicate normal skin. At same time
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.GP:' 5 tomatoes documents: aboard the Freedom

, .j. 5 slices of bacon Cook green beans in boilln&sa1t- Train setting a new speed record designing programs for

2 cups bread crumbs i ed water until tender Drain wen. for Jet-propelled planes training these new trains. It is planned *

2 tablespoons chopped onion | Peel, slice and' saute mushroomsIn Venezuelan marines demonstratingthe to have a producer study their

H teaspoon salt butter. Dredge mushrooms in latest amphibious tactics to mid- specific routes and then select ell

;;- % teaspoon flour and add the milk. Cook until shipmen or cadets and serving as music and entertainment to fit

>i cup thickened. Combine with beans and part of the occupation forces in the locale. Rivers creeks and 'fVA.IfIt-/ti
pepper'I
Sprigs of I pour into a buttered baking dish. Japan. waterfalls will can for spar
Over thb the bread music. Indian
top sprinkle To keep attuned with modern hung, tinkling
Cut tops off tomatoes and remove crumbs. Bake Just long enough to atomic warfare the marine corpsIs country may can for music with

. pulp. Cook bacop until crisp. Break heat) through and brown the crumbs. the chanting undertone so characteristic Whether
undertaking a complete streamlining you smoke It In pipes or In papers-for
,: into si laU pieces. Make a stuffing of the early American
Onions with Potatoes. of its forces. Smaller but '
downright smoking pleasure, thoro's no other
it by mixing tomato pulp bacon bread Indian folk and war songs.
harder-hitting units are being ,
tobacco like
salt and Fill S bermuda onions crimp cut Prince Albertd Iriwsffi -
- cavities crumbs of onion.tomatoes with pepper.the stuff 3 cups diced cooked potatoesSalt formed which will have the flexibility Because nothing short of a major '"
and and mobility needed for rapid interferes with the railroad
- ing. Sprinkle tops with grated pepper catastrophe -
movement. -
cheese. Place tomatoes in a heat- % cap milk schedule of a fast crosscountry -
mod 2 tablespoons butter streamliner the producer in the -
t resistant glass dish..Bake in a Back of these revamped first- I
% cop cheese grated studio win know in advance the
erately hot (400 degree) oven for
line' defense forces win be' thesqw
Paprika exact time a train will through IJSER1' _
' pass
;:,- .30 minutes. Serve garnished with citizen marine corps. These WINCE _
certain country. He will select- his
So- parsley. Peel the onions and cut a slice citizen marines, who live at entertainment accordingly. His tim- COOl.. AHDL
from the top of each. Parboil in home and hold their civilian $NtOKES
for
": Squash Sausage and Lima Bean ing may can 'the techniques of 011 '
'_ Platter. boiling salted wa Jobs win be trained at local the radio* producer; his choice of IASY ,_ I
armories and airfields in the __ _
ter for 15 min-
'it (Serves 4) t'1 r music an intimate knowledge of human
marine tradition for service If ,
utes. Drain and
j emotions and history of the MOvrMND,5 -
r-? 2K cups cooked mashed squash scoop out.. leaving needed "In the air, on land and country. __

. r Itt caps cooked lima beans Just 'a shelL $< sea." ..-
Both Santa Fe and
Pullman-
':, 1 tablespoon butter Season potatoes r ) TASTI t
A modernized system of up.t.>the- Standard engineers point out that IUCM
: S sausages with salt and pep
. '. T i minute instruction in new develop the use of wire recordings has sev
per. Place in an
W;; Arrange squash in four nests on iron skillet ments and technical training will beriTI eral advantages in this type of cus

'-'? S heat resistant glass utility plat- low overa tom-built entertainment. The units
flame cover .
ter. .Place lima beans in center of are small and compact and several]
(I with milk and dot with butter.
, each nest. Dot lima beans hours of entertainment can be recorded -
squash When all the milk absorbed. fill ....
with butter. Place sausages around the onion shells with the potato mix- '" on a spool of wire no larger
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\4:.. squash nests. Bake in a moderate .: "... than the average fishing reel.
ture and cover with grated cheese. "
, : (350 ) for 30 minutes ..,. ";< 'in
'-. oven degrees Dust with paprika and run under : Once set motion the unit requires "...--
or until sausages are done. the broiler flame to melt the cheese no attention, as announce- Ray Ilawta9

Sausage Stuffed Eggplant.Serve and heat thoroughly.Corn ments and dialogue will be worked m .issCr2tt -
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into the program at the studio. However -
corn"
,( 4) and Bean Pudding. ; should special announcementsbe ( ** better in IAySs? 'dclfe woke ,
1 medium eggplant (Serves 6) He ***JLSL&h
required a flip of a switch: will 1 G
:: % pound pork sausage H cup butter change the circuit to a microphonein crimp a "
PA
; H onp chopped onion 2 eggs separated the steward's office and another and Plea I

'. 1,clove garlic,. minced 2 tablespoons flour ; flip will bring back' the wire re-
.I' 1 green pepper chopped J4 teaspoon with
I sugar ""' > i" corder practically no loss of
!{r:: 2 tablespoons chopped parsley H teaspoon salt '"; .. __ time to upset the predetermined
a. '. 2 cooked brown rice -
:; cups J4 teaspoon white pepper : schedule.

;fir-:: _-' % teaspoon poultry seasoning Paprika ) /

c.;.? Salt and pepper 1 cup soup stock ,. i. PRINCE
Comics Cue ALBER
lK Y' Lend t
}4 cap grated cheese 1 cup cream : :
ffo: -tv osis
1 quart cooked and shredded green upskate
, Cut eggplant in half lengthwise. beans v For Pulling TeethWESTFIELD -1

;!: / Cook in boiling salted water for 10 uPs.
:' Z cups cornchopped I MASS.- Taking a

I "" minutes, -or until 1 green pepper ..., cue' from the comic 'strips. John

;:'_- it is almost ten- ail 1 chopped pimiento Dvorchak. 63, a tailor decided to .

,r';_". der.meat Cook slowly sausage in 1 teaspoon chopped parsley h ._ save a dentist's bill by pulling out Tom'

rflt4 CITIZEN MARINES Members = teeth with pliers.
_:' large skillet untillightly' Melt butter; add yolks, then flour ef the citizen marine corps The method proved successful for "

browned sugar salt pepper and paprika. Add play an Integral role la the re the first tooth Dvorchak reported.

stirring occasion soup stock and cream. Fold in egg vamped marines. Three membersof Two more he feels have to come
:, ally. Add onion garlic green pepper whites and vegetables. Pour into
a- the organized marine corps reserve out but he will await a steak roast
c.t and parsley, and cook until greased baking dish and bake in
I are shown here 'setting up '. for which' hell probably need the
s\ vegetables are almost tender. Pour a moderate oven (350 degrees) for '
field communications during summer teeth before pulling them in the :
off some sausage fat, leaving about 30 minutes.

I t-'. tt cup in pan. Add rice. Scoop egg- Released by WJTO feature maneuvers same way.

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gave Time Keeping Clean a clean lint-free cloth dipped in .. .

: With "TheseTips vinegar.To ORIL-Catering to about either casting or tying flies"

1 Warm soapsuds and water are the keep seldom-used kettles from one of the last all-male sports fields seemed to be the typical sports

Fc,: best treatment for cleaning leather acquiring a musty odor store with two Portland sisters have made big man's reaction to their line of:

i'' furniture.' out covers. business of the fish fooling game coachmen and golden demons when
In their business of manufacture: the girls first launched: their busi-
When'you place a clean cover on An easy way to scour pots and
y ironing board, have it wet ADd pans is to use a cork dipped in lag lures for game fish the Misses ness.. .
your
1 Ardath and Irene' 'Barmen admit Soon however the Portland aiateri ?etac4is7IiNational
scouring powder.
p.d11t tightly.: Tack it oa and it will
l ,- that they 'frequently ,have more were giving established Scotch
dry wrinkle-free Iodine stains from a rug are best
trouble overcoming masculine sales fir tiers stiff competition Zane
I When JCUf'-china >dishes become removed by sponging with denatured resistance than providing trout with GraT; the novelist and one of Amer 7he 1.
Joy Stroke
sught1i6Izco1ared'use'a little whit alcohol, followed by a wash with -' : ;
a phony meaL <.. :i ica's most notable .fishermen was vent '
to''deaD.Jhem..1Umef.wenUD mild soapsuds- made in PItUICC Ataalrr'.
lukewarm 1Mt.UIIt 01. "
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their
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anything customers. .
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A General Quiz ?
? BUSINESS &INVEST. OPPOR
AM1AM1M1M1M1M1hM1AM1AM1M1M1hAIThe '
AGENTs=Bis monry sew ns.ortg.,
Questions l household seeds medicine etc. The fattest .
selling and largest profit Una ia South.
1. What state passed the first Stacfcaery Mlf.. Ce.. CllAuaa..... T__
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speed law? NO SPECIAL TRAINING NEEDED!
2. What happened to the Colossus f IS to make J1.00O.OO if you like work::nr with
I figures. You can make this mucli or am.
of Rhodes? in 3 months spare time.
Iv BOBBY Write Without Obligation to:
3. What territory was added to TOWNBy JAMES A. SHERBOD. Bex ... Pave, Ca
the United States by the Gadsden SOXe

Purchase in 1848 m LIVESTOCK

4. What name is given to the land BlMart HELP TOUK horsei and mole keep to too

preliminary draft of a treaty? I links condition.Dr. LeGeai's Stimulate Stock lagging Powder appetites m Uteir feed.r-ita
5. In what states are the "Great The best atock tonic money caa buy. Sao. ,
iataettoa guaranteed.
American desert"?

6. A drum major's tall fur hats MISCELLANEOUS '
called what?

7. Do fish bathe?

8. What is.a sophist? 4 _'<> *: e I ( FEET ITCH?,*'

The Answer
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'1. Connecticut passed a' law in rdAy BURN, ?'

1901, restricting the speed of motor -

,, vehicles to 12 miles an hour on poi Quick Bcskf of Oe UeJUn and
the highway and 8 miles hour
an
within the city limits. 'I'm going to trade it for a smaller model. It's too 'Bat, Cookie I didn't know Jasper belonged to you-Til !lag of Affcfcte. rootGetATHELO
math of a eater!" return him !"
2. It was destroyed by an earth- gas right away


quake.3. New Mexico and part of Ari- _NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller 1 1REG'LAR Scad sum to Wkteooa Cav
zona.
CJtemIca1v-, r>u
4. A pro oCOL POIFECT RUN, SLUGGO --

5. Utah and Nevda. DAY FER suPER THERE ARE )

6. A shako. A HIKE, DANGER
7. Yes. They scrub themselves NANCV SNAKES UP _POULTRY, CHICKS & EQUIP. -

by squirming around on the sandat AHEAD HELP TOUR BENS be profitable layers.
the bottom of the water to get Stimulate PoaltriPreseripuo.inanthelrleed.poor appetites with Dr.LeGear Used

rid of parasites that annoy them. by successful pouitrymea everywhere.
TIle best poultry tonic
moaay earn buy
8. A fallacious reasoner.,


If you are looking for ways to Planning for the Future?

stretch your Christmas budget- here's good news! Make a list of
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all the smokers know and give
them either of you these two popular fr'*** *** *

gift items featured by your local

dealer a carton of flavorful

Camel Cigarettes or a pound tin LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita WlJlKJWHILE_ d .
of mild, mellow Prince Albert i
Smoking Tobacco. Both gifts come AND NEXT ON THE PROGRAM..WE X li BABY SLEEPS

ready to give. The Camel carton PRESENT REGINALD 0DAY.WHO WILL H I'r Often by moniag. TO BEUEVt MKt Rig vrCOW

comes in 'a colorful holiday dress, PLAY A SELECTION FROM CARMEN/ L muscular COKOCU.
bronchial im-
containing 200 mild, rich-tasting 1Qesk noon upper of t cold is
cigarettes. And Prince Albert-the much relined.I. Boyw
National Joy Smoke-is offered in I

the popular full pound container.

Even a card is unnecessary for
these gifts-space is provided fora I

personalized Christmas greeting. I
You'll be "tickled pink" when you Ids T

see the hearty reception your
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friends will give holiday-wrapped
Camels'and Prince Albert!-Adv. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO




StJosepltlO MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher



s ti's GooD To WHATEVERBEf ANIE WFPI, DON'T NO'Dot TTEU. ME HOPE! WAS IT STOLEN? c;;;;. t5GROWED ;,/

SEE VoU. YOU KNOW? K GUESS iccto rA '- .1IottIet: _.--"U.s.ae 5&ze SOc
How To RelieveBronchitis HAVE A Kf1'TEN.YoUSMOKES oR .' AGAIN! CAT! a until: ISt Sit! at tiltCTUI a
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KERE BEFORE?, Delta tin ct.....MUInmn *.TUHU]



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-, CreomuIston relieves promptly be- : y y 4 -Y"31ti.. GIRLS WOMEN !
muse It roes right to the seat of the \
trouble to help loosen and expel tW If
germ laden phlegm,and aid natureto IaII try you'reNIRVOUS
soothe and heal raw, tender. In*
flamed bronchial mucous mem ; / :r iu Mw't'
tames.Tell your druggist to sell you III '
a bottle of Creomnlsion with the understanding '
you must like 0.'CIBTfll: UTS' Of Uortfc-

quickly allays the cough or yyouuaare JITTER By Arthur Pokier Do female fancttotua monthly tfl turb-
>- to have TOUT money back. ances make you feel nerrou,. iTltabl*.
tIC)weak and tired out-*t such tuna r
CREOMULSIONfor ..Mi..R. t.M. tr.1..L GMAEORt'IOGAItf Y_ d eY.:..:. s+ Then do try Lydia K. Pl&kbam's V....
HAI PPG ON OUR TIEg11MY0Q0ERSf "" table Compound to relieve such yinp.toma .
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hi.Che5tColds,BronchitisIHPRQVEDAG. nROL.-VWVB A tdG SAME WilLt H/YF W RAY 1 .1 -. JrnLLiia J ItF ,It'.famovt for this Taken reffu.larty .
went TMB SCHMAUZ R aaou.io R! pinfcMtm'a Compound betta
band up radstanc against aueh dlaU
M.Also a great ctooiaeaio tonic! '

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By Gene Byrne t

'" offers you!

X WHAT A OOPef OKAY.6UTCH- 10 fl ... ..
YOU ARE,* WOOD ISSTBO IlieVEM8EY
6eJt THAN STEEL.1 oN IT! COMA I'P ,.. -an education kadla..B.N. '.
AC offers yon 10 major oil fitter [ WHO EVER HEARD'A'V. WITH AhC AN'r u. 0 -more pportvatiea teKocpitala .
crery year
advantages. Including the exclu- SUCH ATHIMO PROVE IT' 1 i1 .
.. ,p.wiebehb,etc. ""
Tube of acid- /
sire Collector Trap "
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-your allowance snider lie C.L Bill
proof glass cloth. Cant rot and .,
Rights e&ea CUTUS year estiirwa
'.. ...... thus allow pollution t a, -v'.1Dc.eo
of the oil ti SL r .' ..
ak tar sore Ieferauti.a ,
stream. Gives r t" at die fcocpital where ja*
double filtra.tioa. 0 >D v..ld tits t*cater mmniMf, .
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TRY POS1WM7AS7EL4CTh

WHERE YOU SEE THIS SIGN

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fWOJXXJCAMTPLAV: JUST AS MUCH sIGwws BtIT MARGIEe TABLETS
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;, :- ;- THE OKEE H! 3 nEE NEWS ': :-- Frida" :: Nov;11947- .

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; ''.. meeting, that the amounts neces- County has detremined the millage i
OOlttttij IEEE B S sary to be iraised as shown by the to'be levied for the County General

110- officially adopted budget and the School Fund the District Current
r Published every Friday by the district Watch Shrills v/ith "'.1
millages necessary to be levied for School funds and for the ) your go up
t<_ Okeeehobee News Co., at Okeecbobee, .. '!'
for bond interest and sinking funds .
each echool fund of the County by
f ._ i Okeechobee County, Florida. I
the fiscal year beginning July 1, dividing the applicable assessed SG-CAR QUALIY'

; I"I f. BRYANT BOWDEN . .. Editor 1947, and ending June 30, 1943, are valuatiion' as finally certified by
the Assessor after equalization
S as follows; as end your bills come down.
t hereinbefore specified into the .
: I SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1. COUNTY CURRENT SCHOOL ,
I.:J, One Year in advance ... ......>$3.0Q FUND amount budged to be received AT !L@V3EST co.n
4 Six Months in advance .. ...._ 1.50 Non-exempt Assessed: Valuation from taxes before five per cent
l Three Months in advance ... ... 1.00 (1)
t as Certified by Tax Assessor ( 5 per cent) is deducted, using

.t.. 1 $3,648,509. the nearest one-fourth (1-4)* mill t "
$ Entered as eeon4 dais matter July t (2) Amount to be raised from or other fraction or decimal ordinarily -

1. 1914 at the Post Office in Okee- Tax Levies (less 5 per cent for used in the County as pre-
t J 8 ehob, 1879.e, Florida, s;:,I"r Act of March Non-Collection) $24,263. scribed by Section 1076 and has 31) : -

!i (3) :Millage:! levy Required 7. found the millagelevied requiredto $
2. COUNTY WIDE INTERESTAND be as set forth in Part I above; iz

t.j County Commissioners SINKING FU 'D. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED -

; : (1)) Assessed Valuation, Incud- that the Board of Public
(Continued from Pare 1) jag Homestead aa Certified 'by Instruction of Okteohofcee -
( to re-open the Veteran' St"el! TAT ASMZIQR BPI BOND $V County, Florida does hereby determine
Office and to employ Claud '.. i, 943,944. that the aforesaid millacei

Gardner as Service Officer to aid (2) Amount to be raised from on said assessed valuation of the
I
veterans of Okeechobee County at Tax Levies, (lees 5 percent for taxable property for the year 1947
I a salary of 9110.00 per month; non-collectiion.) $3,751. will be required and does hereby
1 said employment to begin as of (3) Millage Levy Required 1. request the Board of County Commissioners

October 1, 1947. 3. COUNTY WIDE SPECIAL of Okeechobee County,

i 4 NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT SCHOOL BUILDING A. D. BUS Florida, in conformity to law to :
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j RESOLVED that the said ClaudV. RESERVE FUND direct the Tax Assessor to assess _,.It's great fun to have Big-Car beauty-Big-Car _
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Gardner be, and he is hereby (1) Non-exempt Assessed Valuation and the Tax Collector to collect .
'comfort-Big-Car; performance and depend'n!
I employed as County Service Officer as Certified by Tax Assessor taxes according to the millages '_'-.-_ ""-

at a salary of 110.00 per $3,648.509. certified herein. ability! It's even greater fun to enjoy these motoring advantages _>_- _
month as of October 1, 1947. ,(2) Amount to be raised from BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED __
.. at lowest cost ;in ..
purchase price, operation and upkeep! You
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Tax Levies (less 5 per cent for THAT a certified copy of. this .. L _i

that the said Caud V. Gaidner be non-collection) $6,932. Resoution be forthwith transmitted get this enviable combination in the new Chevrolet-the only I ,' : .. "- -
furnished with office in the (3) Required 2. to and fied ,
an Millage Levy with the Board of ) \ ,
Court House for the purpose of 4. DISTRICT CURRENT County Commissioners of Okeechobee motor car giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST! Chevrolet I 1/ % .I' I t tis

performing his duties as such SCHOOL FUNDS OF THE RE- County, Florida
rt outstandingly! beautiful with the smartest of (lines, colors, GO-WITH LESS GASI Chevroletis
t County Service Officer. SPECTIVE DISTRICTS BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat powered by a woridVchampionVoiv
t PASSED AND ADOPTED ink (1) Non-exempt assessed Valuation a second certified copy of this upholstery and appointments only low-priced car with a -Heod Engine-the engine
I; regular session this 3rd day of as Certified by Tax Assessor. Resolution be forthwith transmitted luxurious -that gives great performance with
.1 November, 1947. District 1 $1,718,127; District 2, to and filed with the State Body by Fisher. great savings in gas and oil.

1 It 'The following_Resolution of the $747,018; District 3, $1,183,364. Superintendent of Public Instruc-

.t Board of Public Instruction of (2) Amount to be raised from tion, Tallahassee Florida, to be- ENJOY THIS EXTRA While waiting for Chevrolet
i i Okeechobee County, Florida, determining Tax Levies (less 5 per cent for come a part of the official budget COMFORT AND your new protect
non-collection). District 1, 11,426; SAFETY without extra your present car-and preserve its trade-in
1 fit the amount of revenues which \\\s in his file and that an-
11 to be produced and the millage to District 2, 4P6S';) ; District 3 7,869. other copy be fled with and be- cost Chevrolet because only ou i .. value, as well-by bringing it to us for skilled,

be assessed for the County current (3) Millage Levy Required Dis- come a part of te official budgetin the urrt; giresKynee- _" dependable service, now and at regular
''s school fund for the special trict 1 7; District 2 7; District 3, the files of the said County Action Ride-travel) in ---s. intervals. Come in-today!
the hipie-snfety of
::1' tax school district funds, and for 7. Board of Public Instruction: : Unisteel body construction i t' -
U the District bond Interest and I 5. DISTRICT BOND INTERESTAND DATED this 6th day Of'October, the UnitizedKneeAction .
C H IS V R 0 l E T
Ride and
Sinking Funds for each of the districts SINKING FUNDS OF THE A. D. 1947.APPROVED. Positive-Action Hydraulic \ .
in the County for the fiscal RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS. : Brakes.
.; ;.: year beginning July 1. 1947 and (1) Assessed Valuations including VAN E. LIGHTSEY LOWEST-PRICED LINE IN ITS. FIELD;
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: ending June 30, 1948, was sub- Home-steads as Certified by Chairman, Board of Public In..

: mUted to the Board, and was ap the Tax Assessor., District 1 $2.- struction Okeechobee County. ;'
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; proved. 001,452. Florida.

; .;- Part I i (2) Amount to be raised from ATTEST: GILRT 8.EVaOLET-CO. .r. .
i WHEREAS. SECTION Tax Levies (less 5 per cent for CARL T. DURRANCE, _.._ :_ :. ::
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I t the Florida School Code requires n n-c ledlon.) $3,803. Secretary, Board of Public Instruction 5.:J
that "Upon the final' adoption of (3) Mlllage Levy Required 2. Okeechobee County, PHONE 54 I OKEECHOBEE, FLA.Both .

i the .Budget and upon receipt of Part II Florida. '" .
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I. the certificate the Assessor of WHEREAS, Section 1076 of the The following vouchers were approved ? -.0 r.i: : ': y
\, It Taxes giving the assessed valuation Florida School Laws provides that and ordered paid: >. ,
of the County and of eachof "A certified copy of said Resolu- GENERAL FUND .. 4Iv'r __: ; .. F ",,"' . _
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f- V the school districts, the Countycurrent j tion shall thereupon be filed' with Clifford M. Gaffney, Court -_ _,-5- 3ti 3-. !
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i school fund and for, each I Ij the Board of County Commission Reporter Sal. Oct. ____ 25.00 .. 1" .; ;,;. .. : '
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i. fund and the millage necessary to ;: shall thereupon order Salaries, Oct. "--- 1,136.60 I _. = \ ]( ;;: i
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< be levied for each such fund and I the Assessor to assess the several Robert La Martin Tax \ ;" n' -: "' ,"" ,}I
;; shall also show, ,in said resolution : millagea! certified by the County Ass. Comm. Oct. _...:__ 125.00: : '

.! j. the millage voted by each school I Board against" the taxable property Bessie Alderman. Tax Col. : ;& ; i\} : : ., J
i district for the district .current in the County and the taxable Comm. Oct. ____"*_ 96.76N. '
: j school fund;" and I'I'f' I property of the several school districts. O. Stewart, Attend.Co. .
.. !i WHEREAS. the school budget I: The Assessor shall then assess Comm. _"-_ 10.00. vwrts .. = 'f!

.. 1: for the current fiscal year has s I! the taxes as ordered by the Co. Welfare Board, Relief ," : : : --.....--..-,>; -. ". '1i:/;< :;; f. :'I
been finally approved by the State ,Boars of County Commissioned Allowance .____"-__ *i>50.00 I
tj Superintendent and Is now official i and the Collector shall collect said Fla. Power & Light, Elec.C. f M0 ''iJ.. : : ;

f h except for the certification of I taxesand pay over the same H. & Jail __"__ 12.00T. C' 1

1''; r mlllages as required by Section Ir promptly as collected to the Coun- J. Simmons, Labor- v. _"

'r 1076; andWHEREAS I If ty School depositories to "be"used Cemetery __'_ 12.00- ,'. I
the Cejtiflcate (J. j I i as provided by law; provided that Withhodinig Tax Fund, : '
1!; the County Assessor Okeechobee all taxes authorized herein shall Taxes Withheld 1_--_ 13.40 :r: ] f

:: t -, County, giving the assessed valu- i''be I. assessed and collected on railroad Bessie Alderman, Postage : .
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'i atlon of the County and of each ;:: street railroad sleeping car, 1947-48 -_____--__ 80.00 ". <' I
fi: schoo district, has been received; i i I parlor car, and telegraph company Bishop Office Equip. Sup. 44.35 f I
i (t. THEREFORE BE' IT RESOLVED :;', property ic the manner now provided Okee. Hdw. Fur. Co. ._, :>,- -. the real estate and intangible and. .
by the County Board of Pubic by law;" Supplies C. H. & Cem 10.00 '' '.i .. ,

I i Instruction of Okeechobee County I i AND, WHEREAS, the County I Okee. Co. Bank, Assign. 106.30 ...; M personal. property tax rolls have been-. delivered .. ;
Florida, assembled In regular Board of Public Instruction of this J. T. Smith Labor & Supplies : I
f .. to my .office and 1947.tax paymen'u" f
H. 11.80
q. Plumbing .
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i C. H. &: Jail ___ 13.75. .

r i For Immediate Delivery From Stock i I I I O.for L. Raulerson C. H. **_,_Supplies__ 16.SO : I I '- Tax payments December'1st will carry a 4 percent dis .I i ii i

Bassinger School Lunch count to 1947, 3 percent for It
I II Groceries ""__ y12J>0 ,
a w nm: era: : cs: :: err:: nn:: :: == nr rr= nrn t = !.=: Inter Co. Tel & Tel. Co. t payment to January 1st, 1948, and 2 per

< Phone Clerk &: Co. Judges' I for III
I I cent payment to February 1st 1948 1
BRIGGS & STRATTON AIR COOLED I Office __u_._ 27.20 "" ,

ENGINES t i Juror's Payroll, Jury Duty 14.S I ','1. < percent discount. to .March 1st, 1948. Payments r
ROAD &: BRIDGE FUND t III IIII

1 1 Gilbert Chevrolet Co. I will be net in March, 1948, and unpaid f I
MARLOW- SELF-PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL Chev. Truck for County 2,745.89 I
'**" PUMPS.. C. E Smith, Lumber, I taxes will become' delinquent April, II III I
i Dist. 6 &: 1 --_ ___ 106.59 "
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Rudy Alderman Labor, I i it. I Ii
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183.00Boree i Ii '. 1947 occupational business licenses 1 1I
GENERAL MOTORS, DIESEL POWER UNITS Lumber Co. Lumber, 'f due .
INDUSTRIAL AND MARINE Dist 2 --__ 325.02 I i in October, will be subject to warrant'-and- !r
Payroll Dist 4, 3, Labor 250.S5 I _
Payroll Dist. 2; 1. Labor 123.75 penalty if not paid by January 1st i !:' '
PORTABLE ALUMINUM I 1948:
IRRIGATION
Payroll Dist. 2, 1 Labor 5.10
j *-> SYSTEMS Okee. Hdw. & Fur. Co.

9 s Supplies DIsU .. ___"__ 304.00 II I
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Payroll, Dist. 2, Labor 78.30Payroll : ,
CONTINENTAL "RED SEAL" POWER UNITS
DIaL 5. Labor.9.90 ,, t

Withholding Tax Fand, ) ?; ; : BESSIE ALDE1MAN ., ):' '
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: MYERS SPRAYERS RAW CROP & GROVEGOODYEAR Taxes Withheld 9.90 -:\
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Atlantic Service Sta.
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1 Parts &: Labor ____ 73JO i' :' ,- : COUNTY, FLORI A" '.
S3 PTTV sn? csr 2231 t::: = :::::: rrr nnsEPiMENT << cl.t: ::::: Henry Sloan Gas Dist. z.3t.3S .
... Henry Sloan '2 :
Gas DisL-2 15.20
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SERVICE' Supplies 128.00 i \
t Payroll Dist 1, Labor -, 128.00 cI
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,3312 Orange Avenue Standard Oil Serr. Sta. '. .-: ,

Fort Pierce: Florida I Fuel-Dest. 1, 5., 4 --... 11.20 I I I --':.

: ne ,663- Box 636 Gilbert Cnlbreth, Gas-Dist 2 2.66Withholding I
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; CLOSINC.OUT SALE

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: : All merchandise in our store to be sold at 3O percent Discount :


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StOCk Of merchandise. BELOW WE LIST A FEW OF THE MANY ARTICLES THAT WILL ,

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In addition to the f&oye. w.. ")*wre, .a. supply of Men's Work Clothes, Underwear and. Socks-A large supply of notions for you
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schools, churches, etc.; as well as CHURCHES OF CHRIST, Al sir. _
all phaaea of commercial fumigation SCIENTIST"MORTALS ; ;

I' rs-Z&PJJi. dUets, including by vacuum treatment fumigation of, and pro- AND IMMOR- : From where I sit.fy Joe Marsh ;,c:,{<_;


____.. _n _" ..-..:_ __ ___ _.____ __ the fomigatton of box cars, TALS" Is the subject of the Les- i -
warehouses and common carriers." fon-Sermon which will be read In I

here until the first of next This law does not pertain to Churches of Christ Scientist, Pris y/s Got a Man !.
.uch work performed by state fed- throughout the world on Sunday, '
before
leaving' 'S\ ,
i ____ eral, Tty or county governmental November 16. (Maybe) .
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T. agencies, Dr. Sowder explained, The Golden Text Is: "He that ..---
Hancock who is employed
or their employees while officially loveth his life shall lose Iti and "
Jon_ Lumber Company at ; Yesterday Sis Martin our librarian about: Tolerance of a La-slji' !'..1
engaged; or, the meaSures of control he that hateth his life In this -'
found article
an cut from taste fop ,
City spent Sunday aad old hats 'od pip 23, c J'
in Okeechobee with his o. used in greenhouses, or on world shall keep it unto life etern- their file copy of the Clarion.When friends and mellow beer. And tolerance ,
hortifljaUural plants or agricultural al" Jon she it with
( J2:25) compared another
: -. Mft. Hancock returned to copy on the husband's part of a
city with him and spent crops. Nor does it apply to Among' the citations which comprise that I gave her she found it was my wife's tastes and habits. '
pest control work performed by a the Lesson-Sermon Is the column on "How to Keep a Hus-
night and Tuesday. I From where I sit, nobody be-
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person upon property which they following from the Bible: "Thou band Happy.I .
,. and Mrs. Ve:non Reeves grudges Prissy taking that clip-
own lease or rent except that shalt guide me with thy counsel
Nothing unusual about that. Except
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visitors!! spending Tuesday In ping from the Clarion. But I'd like
fumigation operations must onlybe and afterward receive me to glory. the last
: Garden visiting friends and person seen reading to hint that if she'd Just subscribe,
: perfrmed by a licensee as de- Whom have I in heaven but thee the paper was Prissy Hoskins (our she'd get my thoughts on tolerance =_
fined in Act. and there Is none upon earth thatI town's proverbial Old Maid) firsthand. And in return I'll treat !

Dr. Sowder also stated that in- desire beside thee" (Psalms 73: Well, if Prissy has finally got a her to a glass of beer. ",
Control Operators specters are; now being placed In 54, 25). man. more power to her.And more ,.
Apply for the field to assure full compliancewith The Lesson-Sermon also in- tolerance to both of them because Q. 'tnfM4
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NOTICE "Science and Health with to <'
Key
: Wilson T. Sowder, state Copyright,1947,United States Bremen FoundationNo
! the ScrJptnres" by Mary Baker
Notice in hereby given that the
officer
this week warned
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Eddy: "The real is
man spiritualand
1- and organisations Okeci-botK-e Coaniy. Florida will M.
<-.'ive tenders for tbA purchase of the immortal but the mortal and
f : in *tructiral peat control following motor vehicle Ktaluiaeat:
or commercial fumigation, to k On X 1-2 or 2 ton truck having dual imperfect so-called 'children of ,
! w..,:*. sm: tiiv. with hydra.Be men' are counterfeits from the be- -
t Immediately for certifica hoist and Oat dump body, and fcavlnffH need to .
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wftctl base of 13? incbee. ginning, to be laid aside for the choosing sterPick Your Sterling :
Application may be made to your
Said rwvdt-rs to be opened in the
1:; Rogers, secretary.. Florida O___..l fler room in the Ofturt- pure reality. This mortal Is put ling pattein-prices Pattern NOW J
bau1iIl" i& tbf City ef rwhuber.. Fk ri off, and the new man or real man of sterling silver fiat-
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Beet Control .
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<1a *1 H>:OO a. m. on the Sat day ..tDM"t'ahcr. d
T3?, University Station, 1947. The Board reserves is put on, In proportion as mortals ware have increased -
3'v the right to reject any and all bids. realize the Science of man and less than 3t'since .>,

ISlpedI seek the true model" (409:20). 1944. Our convenient Buy a Place-Setting i
is mandatory, under the Pest ('. E. IHtAWDV.airuiiu. place-setting
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Act of 1947, that they do Board of County Cuwwiesionerl. County CommissionersContinued plan makes it pos at a- Time :

fn order that they may be
by the Florida State ( From Page 4) aitheaiender budgets Morton Jewelers ,-
Taxes Withheld ______" 4.70
of. Health. Dr. Sowder de QUICK RELIEF 'FROPli to start a complete .
.. FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Ph. 1010
Symptom of Distress AritL'.s from sterling service. 107 N 2nd. S 1. ;:

pointed cut that in the new s STOMACH ULCERS' : X. O. Stewart Sheriffs" Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Cost Bills -_ 493.23
structural pest control is de
EXCESS ACIDFreeSookTe&sofHocneTreatnt&ntthat
DUETO Came &; Fresh Water
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as Fish Comm. FeesOct16.5
1It! identification of the new Must Help or it Will Cost You NoiKiagOvcrtkree T. W. Conely -
structural test control is 'de mUUoa bottles of the WU.I.1tD'TJa1A.'ftI.tiJIIT _-
Jf. Docket Fees % 20.00
Irate toet>a oid for m i olt -
as: I )mptuAinui'tsr.i .ri.UK from Ss--tb Mabel B. Sheffield
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aadasngesai. Wass due w Cftccss Aiid Mh/
identification of the In.! Psef QicaU .. S- or U.t StgtelyG Clerk's, Fees Oct. ....___ '.40 -
:: Ions_ or infections, the oak- m.'tiar...S e.pfwesrsss,de.. AGRICULTURAL FUND y
ego dt.ExoessAaid.sof ion 23 (fays'Asfc u-iaU y/ raNro oloaaeus iatnGt
f Inspection*, and the use; for"WUIarti's MHMC." s h ch holy C. R. Boyles, SaL & Exp. JflatT M1N/ANTtOUE CYtIpNAL Apll aNAi..ANGa ',
tv 'fia Uti treat egitraa6 -* ,
Including insecticide Co. Agent 150.00

1'OdenUeide and fumi- PARK DRUG CO."Stuffed.UptlNose C. It Boyles, Gas Oil 10.00 ... EXPERT WATCH, RING & JEWELRY
; as well as all other snb- VETERANS SERVICE FUND REPAIRS -
I or mecfcanJeal devices un C. L. Box SaL Servo Officer 140.00 :
Headache? ,
name known, for the Claude Gardner, Exp. .
rf preventing 'Sontnollins X\4 due to..1 e1'- Service School 125.00 ---.

I eradicating insects, vermin OL9S 8 RACE TRACK :FUND. ,j

,- and other pests In house- .# '. \ Road & Bridge, Transfer 7,000.00 -
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structure, commercial balld- et row tniurl.s ." COlD PHPAUnetI There being no further business' | Advertise. in The Okeechifct, Inn .
'vacant elruetnres other, struc- darts fa b$ecoads is" UtILDI e UQVSC the Board adjourned., i --'S"" ;' x' -- -' \ '< .
,:rQdu4teth\reint and ..; rok. oafy w cfIr..t MABEL RAULERSOXSHEFFIELD We publish'the news (when it is news) each week:: :"
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-( ,Democrats' 1948 Chances. Uncertain I Valuable On Information Adopting a Child-- Ii




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Process for Killing But Party Itself Is Shaky hJ .


Turkeys Explained .. Consider The Facts ra

In Adopting A Child f

Proper Slaughtering By BAUKHAGB roe
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i And Bleeding Required Jew

'' (Tbtt shows 0 sides on the men most talked tbotii ms csndtdstet for the '-" HAVE you often thought about

;.; r Before killing turkeys as weD as letubluen ortudentud nomtnatto). -- adopting a child and let the 5td

---'t.. other fowl, see that they have access matter drop just like that
WASHINGTON. Sun, last
month friend and Iunveil
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r,f:'; ,,-- 12 to 18 hours prior to slaughtering. watched President Truman a plaque on Covenant First the hardest but even that one can

,ki/f-U '.., When the turkey shows feed In the Presbyterian church. The oc:casion was a ceremony estab- u ..n._...... be easy if you know which

i'if. ;- .crop it will not be graded as quality. fishing the church as a nation. house of worship for Presbyeen jv.-'07ftn'p... .....-'....6... tray Ii
FALL IN Harold S. Shields el Columbus Ohio
; : .I terians. m war veteran The first thing to do is
To kin a turkey for market suspend consult the authorized -
Just previously a wreath had b laid won the grand prize ($1,500) In the newspaper national snapshot adoption agency nearest you. GO
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.;\. them by shackles leaving the5i' on the nearby statue of John prepared to answer
awards glee
i:s- wings free. Insert the blade of the Witberspoon, Presbyterian clergymaiendence signer of the Declaration of Inde- situation contest this year with this picture of a baby sparrow In "s kept co sdeatia1-abO$ your home which:I*, 1\

': ',' killing knife in the turkey's mouth > and one-time president (>I f what is now Princeton university. unique among baby sparrows. Shields called it "Fall In. your want.marriage and the type; of child ym r.I

< There never was a time." Presi-a Is there a minimum No-Finn
;: .t' dent.Truman said in tribute Franklin people for instance =actual I
paying Roosevelt claimed there NEWS REVIEW income cash
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:.; yet provide most of their needs i
( to John Witherspoon "when we was no labor vote as such. Former from the land. Moderate means &D4I004
needed more of the backing of those Secretary of Labor Frances PerkIns home environment are sufficient.

I?:::: people who believe in the Golden said there was none and in listed Authorized in our latest agencies Reader in every Service state booklet are f

Rule, and who believe in the teachIngs those days there,wasn't despite the Meat Wheat Peril Seen "Adopting Child" along with actoalcase
; histories, hea tragedy ol black market ba.
of Jesus Christ. existence of the American Labor bits and bow children are tested before <

ii.; ; rr The President was, of course arty in New York City. being offered to you.. a .

speaking of moral support but he I doubt that there is a "la Get Tough U.S. Public Send 2Sc in coin for "Adoptiac a Char
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tad reason to be bor vote" now, despite the 17th Street Newspaper New York 11. N.,T.i: i Print West

: \>. Proper method of killing a turkey rather cheerful because xy AFL's new "Education and Public name address with zone booklet title and

't 2: .. as well as other fowl. -Draw- of another Relations" unit and the CIO- i I .s 14 a.205.Puppet.

: : ;: ing. Cornell university. kind of backing PAC and their threats to pun FOOD PUZZLE GET TOUGH
"U< ,-t.- which he had just ish supporters of the Taft-Oart- I I : SympathizersAt

/ ','. ,and make one clean cut across the learned he had ; Icy law. As a matter of fact Meat\ vs. Wheat U. S. ApprovesSoviet Sumatra Funerals.

-, 4_ upper part of the throat just back the kind measuredby I understand opposition to the
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leaders who -
of the junction of the head and Dr. Gallup's law is cooling, except where Domestic food situation in the time cry "warmonger" At funerals in Sumatra
every an American one of
:,, neck as shown in drawing. polls. Gallup called fires are being artificially fanned U. S. is entering a critical stage, diplomat splits an infinitive are the most important participants is,

i Hold the turkey head down with 1t "one of the most and old-timers tell me it willa with two aspects standing out in gravely in error if they a life-sized wooden female don.
he dramatic reversalsof aU ( ) be modified and b be sharp opposition to each other ; suppose
,| beak open until the blood is ( ) for : there is any major cleavage be- mounted on a low platform

well started. With the left hand political senti-" gotten. IThe government determined to tween the American public's viewson equipped with wheels, which is:

grasp the head in front of where the ment in history. The fall congressional election in 500 million bushels of Russia and the state depart- made to perform tricks by cords

cut has been made to prevent the On October 16 of the eighth Pennsylvania district wheat to Europe by next June is ment's so-called "tough" policy toward manipulated by an operator saysCollier's. ,

pressure of the fingers from checkIng last year the poll where such Herculean efforts were campaigning to save a major por- the Soviets. -

the flow of blood. Poorbleeding reported Democratic put forth to make the bill an Issue tion of that amount by cutting downon That conclusion was brought out To placate the spirits of the deceased

is indicated by visible blood in the party Bankbage didn't prove too much either way the feed consumption of cattle. in a recent Gallup poll which indicated the doll first goes through,

veins and by the dark red appearance strength at its lowest except that the highly-organized CIO hogs and poultry. That line of that, actually the, predominant a ritual dance and then, to sympathize -

of the carcass after picking. point in 16 years. Three weeks campaign did NOT defeat the Re- reasoning holds that smaller flocks mood of public opinion today with the mourners she approaches

When the blood is flowing freely later, the survey was confirmed at mblicair candidate. and feeding to lighter weights will and puts her arms

- thrust the knife blade straight back the polls with election of a Republican Party Machinery save more grain than any other sin- (/t v'* around each one bowing her head.

m a line between the eyes and ears. congress. gle effort. closing her eyes and shedding
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through the cleft in the roof of the But today Mr. Truman's popularIty Has Deteriorated -
.- The supply of meat is going to tears during the embrace.ffKwrMast.
mouth and into the lower lobe of the is way up. A year ago the score 2.
brain. Give the knife a quarter turn. was 53 to 47 in favor of the Re- Democratic party machinery has be considerably less than it has
deteriorated rapidly since 1938 whenit been and the demand will be greater. -
publicans in the last count it
This kills the bird and loosens the ; was
was discovered that Roosevelt's :Meat prices are expected to go
feathers. 56 to 44 in favor of the Democrats.On .
coat-tails were no longer strong much higher In .1948. Further cur-

the question: .'Doou approve enough to put local candidates tailment of meat production by sav-

or disapprove of the way Into office. Gradually precinct city ing grain at the feed trough will

Herds and Flocks on Mr. Truman is handling his jobs county and state organizations be- Intensify that already' serious situ- 1

.a Successful Farms President. the Scoreboard gan to take far more interest in ation. N, FilkUpSps3s ::tat s

said: Approve 55 per cent electing local officers than they There is no danger of a bread or

Disapprove per cent. The were in working together as a unit food shortage of any kind this winter favors an even tougher policy than Sleep TuagSt! asJerA. -
Feed bunks for cattle should be rest expressed no opinion. for the national candidate. In Roose- because of the nation's bumper the state department is following.

30 Inches high for mature stock and velt's case, that was hardly neces- wheat harvest. The pinch if it Answers to the question "Do few drops of VIcks IavftI
24 inches for calves. Allow Much water has flowed over the sary. And the White House got into will after youthink Vs-tro-nol each I.IaInstfuI
30 inchesof dam since the two polls were taken.. comes appear the middle that in dealing with Russia tril works right where
trough length for each grown More will flow at the habit of thinking it wasn't nec- of next year precipitated by a currently and other countries the U. S. is Insisting trouble is to open nose. sal
animal 20 for each calf. Make the ; and any rate essary to do much for the local peo- threatening drouth and failure too much on having its own relieve stuffy tran-
grain and silage bunk three feet no poll can measure the imponder ple either. So the gulf widened. cf the winter wheat ?" &ientcongest1oD..Bl1npqu1ck
ables facing the Democrats. crop. way were: Yes 12 per cent; No. relief from snlffly.
wide for feeding from both sides. have been going through a whole They It is, true that real bell-rmging Added to that is the fact that domestic 78 per cent; No opinion 10 per cent. messy head cold d e- A .,

Many ewes die every winter from cycle of hopes and fears. The October was carried on by the left wing organized uses plus exports will leave Further. 62 per cent of the Ame directions It! Follow, 4-

a condition known as pregnancy dis poll may have been almost as around the CIO-PAC, buts from this year's harvest of 1.4 billion can people believe that the U. S. is in package. I

eases. The losses are not as com- some cases this support provedthe bushels only a 100 million- being too soft in its policy toward VICKS
surprising as pleasing to party lead VATRONOLSPEEDEDUP
mon In flocks where the ewes are ers. They know there must be kiss of death. The Democratic" bushel carryover by the time of Russia. Only 6 per cent think it is

kept gaining slightly In weight during end to ail things. and it is pretty an machine win have to work for the the next harvest too small a volume being too tough and 24 per cent say ---'

the gestation period.Wellcoadltloned lard to prove that the stream has co-operation of Wallace and the in the event of a short crop. our official attitude toward the So- COMFORT,
present offshoots of CIQ-P AC because
not been crossed and that the voters Meat which right now is a little viets is about right.
it cannot afford to alienate
cheaper than it has been because for socalledKIDNEY
who
used sometimes to elect' Republican
that of
type support. Gallup a month FINAL TOUCHES
presidents still shudderat more animals are being slaughtered :
or so ago reported in a cf
survey SUFFERERS
the danger 'of changing horse political orientation that 50 per cent will continue in great de- Marshall Plan
The one biggest abstract obstacleto mand next year because consumer &ckscolegpalas.brossd.epr seisfol '
of the American favored After caroming from .. p.
people .
praise
a to
the election buying power will remain high. a a u.uaey&Q 110 ID1Ida G1 cku ( os ewitsb
of the Democratic middle of the road policy criticism to condemnation for the =Foley (tb n w 'kidaq- ill. Tkq
president is the fact that the Democrats The supply however will be less. past few months the 1R1U11Tl atheo Al.I.AYBLAP-
Of course, much depends on celebrated DEB .That"a the none of mart
have just been around too who becomes the The agriculture department esti- Marshall plan to help Europe regain puns achM,urge MM motifA nfenty*w*
long. Undoubtedly the biggest concrete Republican mates there will be only 21.5 bil its feet is being .Indue.**. So for quicker, lonf r-Jastuc reiuf.eeU .
candidate for president. That whipped into bloddtr M w.U M(tunaUt action.
threat is General Eisenhower. If the reason that the lion pounds of meat produced in final shape under direction of.Secretary Do this OM Foley (tL. new =1"d-)
possibly
When that atomic boom first t 1948, compared to 23.2 billion of State Pill:ttejr also hare direct action
.[ Eisenhower George Marshall its ca bUddar. At
an
or even a your drutfuL. Oalcnjroa
threatened to break, the Presidentwas MacArthursty horizon pounds this year. There will be 4 progenitor.One them far more Mtufotory,DOUBLE OUB
on the high seas but the details on ther million fewer cattle on farms next known fact loomed MONEY BACK.
.. raises jitters in the executive large in
were reported to him blow by JanuarY than tact Jannarv. .rnn11- the -- -
mansion. mind of the American taxpayer:
... blow-and it was quite a blow. er hogs ,;mbnt to market and The plan cost
may to
: I up 20 billion
Much al5O will depend on the there will be no increase in the : dollars for the four-year
Probably the next strength of the big bosses. The period dur
biggest city stocks of sheep which are at an ing which it Will be in
headache is the internal condition Kelly machine is pretty weak. Chicago's 80-year low.PRAGUE. effect. +Sir.thepco &in

ewe that should of the party. ,After long new Mayor Kennelly is giv Marshall who abandoned temporarily ?firs slouldtl
tlWtl
cause no trouble. his debating in the U. N. ow'the
delay and much the general
dissatisfaction : ing city an administration suchas :
Lousy cows when freed from lice a new national chairman Sen. it hasn't had in a long time. But assembly returned to his and''
Washington office to
give 10 per cent to 15 per cent more Howard BIcGrath (Dem., R. L) he has weakened not strengthened Egypt Stricken ing touches on his plan put which the finish rm"'gov I
was selected and welcomed Inmost the old outfit. will
milk according to Michigan State Kelly However I hear
be laid before
j college. This means the equivalentof quarters. lie has a job cot that Sen. Scott Lucas a down-stater 'Cholera the dreaded black plague congress when the
eat for him because the who is spreading so swiftly Egypt thata special session opens November 17.
Democratic
another cow in a herd for 1. by always fought Kelly until the
The Marshall
total of 6.000 dead has been plan subject to late
controlling lice. In winter which is machine has grown very last time may run for governor of predicted revisions be
by year's end. may outlined
rusty In the last and It Illinois. He is broadly
years
. a bad time for cattle lice apply a strong down-state. in these main
I powdered louse killer containing Is not only rust which has cor- This might help "Truman with the With many stricken villages isolated points: r
S.
DDT and repeat the application in rupted. Illinois delegation. by troops, other small communities 1U. would next make available towould

.., 10 to 14 days. How strong will the new Kansas are ringed with bonfires year a combinationof
Nor is it the machine alone that relief and recovery supplies total
and
day night in the belief that fire
City machine be?
O'Dwyer is
Early spring litters of pigs do refurbishing about
ling
creaks. six billion
Will-o-the-wisp Wallace with dollars. Relief
will keep out the disease.
poorly unless the Tammany but the Tiger
brood sow has an his supplies (food
constant threat of a third ) would be free
party ; recovery
.' abundant supply of milk at farrow. is a threat to the Democratic hasn't its old wallop. How much Meanwhile neighboring nations supplies(machinery) .
.
-.-'. ing time. ILBaby Nobody believes that a party third the greatly-weakened Hague ma- were taking steps to prevent the be financed with loans.
; chine in New Jersey can contribute spread of cholera from the upper
Because
party candidate could of shifting
possibly be I don't Nile valley. 2 conditions.
know. There is one Greece. Italy and Palestine
it
elected will be
as things stand impossible
-:,- now. thing to be considered. Almost all have discontinued international accurately 1
I Chick Feeders I But did you ever see that traffic the machines (except Crump's traffic, while private shipping lines to forecast the amount of help Europe .
safety slogan: "Don't try to will need beyond the first year !
will
guess Memphis regulars) have been weak- bypass Egyptian ports and air
what a child will dot" Democratic ened by the growth of power of the travel is diverted away from Egypt. 3 Sums from.the U. S. would decrease -

t'rr leaders are up against, the. same labor bosses. What the Democratsmay Outside each year as recovery
r..... help in combatting the progress was made.
+ff thing. They don't dare guess what gain by the labor
bosses'
Influence
r. disease is at a minimum in
Egypt. The
plan would be
that
problem child administered
Henry Wallace in attracting some of the liberals Swiss scientists alone 4
were said to
in the U.
T S.
will do. He is quite capableof who by a new government
made
.. up the Roosevelt be helping local health officers.
and
going ahead and agency in Europe
by
I J- starting a third following may be lost in alienating -I There is a desperate shortage of organization an
party with the full knowledge representing the 18
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that some of the old-line i
it couldn't accomplish anything but ers. party work- I vaccines, DDT and medical special tions which drew up their estimateof

the election of a Republican presi- ists. needs, at the Paris conference.

dent.

A third party would have not 75,000 WORKERS

merely a nuisance-value but Wa]-
Preventing waste of feed is at-] lace might dream


era ways of important.wood will help Easily-built prevent wasteof feed op scheme a of long-range leading Buildinq U.N. Home Huge Task A i !

feed. This Washington'State college '. a political labor d 7i,1'

design can be built at UttIecoat. movement like Brit The 65 -. r
100 chicks for million-dollar job- of con- Currently the more than 50 ad- big United States :
will
It serve ain'.. After loan has been
many structing the United 71)jffi
Nations' world ministrative
architectural
'U
and
i their first 10 days. defeats that turned engineering arranged.In .
? capital along the East
U river in New members of the head the
into a political York City will benefit than meantime considerable
more quarters planning staff
New Poison Reported party which finally 75.000 workers during the next three less marking time while are they more wait or work is being done on refinement oj You bet you am aay1t...You're
detailed
attained power and years headquarters planning officials from day to day for some word on designs improvement of a an American ... and the Amer
More Potent Than DDT put a socialist have master system for Jean
predicted. how the skyscraper project is to be circulating people Bill of Rights guarantees

r An insect poison four times a s impress on the Chief architects of the future sky- financed.A and Vehicular traffic through t*, :Freedom of the Press.-But ,

potent as DDT' against certain insects Wallace whole British national scraper city of glass and marble sledge-hammer detail of 100 international zone and on preliminary Freedom doesn't work unless i:

has been discovered. Called economy: So estimated that a total of 25.000 persons workers already has demolished survey regarding interior work
design you at it.
..Vote
the Wallace
threat is a ,serve on
synklor. It is particularly powerful very definite eventually would be employedin about 40 per cent of the old slaughter and furnishings.Officials juries, be active in
against such household pests a s one. construction and other direct houses and community
And what about the labor garages now occupy- say TJ. N. may decide affairs,know what's
vote to going and i'z.
moths and carpe ? It work the on
roaches, ants upon actual site. lag the area but no large-scale construction follow the
i fD has long been a theory. iterated by An example set by the do something about it.
additional
beetles., Hordes of, grasshopper farmer 50,000 workers are can begin until the general League of Nations and _
bowed to this AFX. boss Gompers and expected to accept fur
recent years also have contribute indirectly in assembly the
gives go-ahead nishings from
each
chemical. It.baa effective > (until passage of ,the_ TaftHartleyact production cf materials member coun 7 .
new proven and in other signal. try each cation Tif.'C olt i4
) reiterated his <<
by contributing
for hard-to-kill German roach successor outside labor. Labor expense will And that signal win not be forthcoming product for which it a ;

; \;*,_ M well asweevils, aphid, lice and Mr.animal.Green,' that there was no such account for 42 minion of the total 63 until a financing program rugs' from Persia is and famous tape-Ilka Gw0'C' 6 1f. -

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toward the sideline. Taggert dove

IX FICTION gathered it in. He slid ail the way to SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
[dI coRNFR the Tech bench and got up.

Farraday swore in sympathy. He

( i said: '"Murder That ball's slippery p.elly Ujohed /or UinterPopular
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POINT TOUCHDOWN iI I !" t.q own

By RICHARD BRESLIN "Tough to handle" agreed Jerry.

"You needn't worry," said Farra- cJLumber ,. ,:
day chuckling. 'They even hold it tfachJidfit

for you. All you got to do Is kick it."
I ITT WAS still raining when they You see what they're doing. Kicking J errglared.. Everybody figuredit
11 onto the field for the second early Keeping
i came us away They'vegot was easy because he only playeda
After the heat of the dressing a touchdown and
we haven't few minutes each game. He never ss7 t. Tt
air was cold and biting.JerrY Get it back.
the Get the six points and
rootD even got in a practice scrimmage;
Ellis grunted and drew his I'll send Jerry out there. That's all too light might get hurt. All he had -,
f blanket tighter. He splashed toward we need." And he had turned 'C
to
I to do was kick it, and he hadn'islept
Tech bench. staring up into the Jerry and smiled.
ca in a week thinking about it.
standS- The spectators, huddled un- Jerry bit his lip. Even Dan didn't Tech started to drive. Taggert

6d umbrellas and newspapers realize that you couldn't kick them sent his plays into the line. He was
if they'd melted in the
looked and as had run together."They all. Sooner or later he was bound to snarling the signals snapping his '
drizzle miss. And this was the last backs at the Aggie defense like a :
"
f must be nuts, said Farra- game. whip. Through tackle guard the .5ry
.I
"Here
'pt. voice 'The. .we go. muttered Farra' other tackle. Then back along the -. i

jerry turned. day.The line. Five yards three four. A first WINTER AGAIN Ruth Wilde t
.2.
-Sure." Faraday grinned he Aggies kicked off. Taggert down. Another. of Cheyenne Wyo.. rushed out to

.Codded at the stands. "They paid the Tech quarterback took it 'on his Tech kept inarching."Yowl" pick one last bouquet when the

pony to sit in the rain. Am I glad five and brought it back twelve shouted Farraday. Big first snow of the year blanketed

:nn third string. You're going to yards. The Aggie tackler barely Dan leaped into the air. On the Tech Cheyenne recently Unusuallywarm

,freeze out there without that blanket weather had given Chey

," enne's summer flowers an extra
s. Jerry frowned. He said: "You're long season this year.
"sire I'm going out there?"

you always have," said Farra


day.Jerry winced. He always had.
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Since he'd been a sophomore he'd 0 :: .

:kicked every extra point that Tech .is.

had made. Automatic Jerry Ellis :. :
the newspapers called him-Tech's ..:-

place-kick specialist There'd been
..1.
: columns telling how he hadn't -
.
.
missed in twenty-two games how cx ....:.
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he'd ma UP string of forty-eight 1 ,

: successive points after touchdowns. !:, 12.42'a
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Most of the sportswriters mentionedthe ....t

,part he'd played in Tech's unbeaten -
I Let Winter ComA
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this !
untied season and that -
.8086 COMFORTABLE, well tat .
was his last college game.There .
lored lumber jacket outfitthat's
was straw strewn under the 34-43
I destined for a busy winter.
bench and Jerry kicked it into a pile Warm and Comfortable Armholes are deep cuffs snug
for his feet He sat down and one of
cold winter nights this skirt smooth and free.
the assistant managers tucked a FOR *
blanket around his legs. pretty yoked nightdress will be Pattern No. 8109 comes In sizes 12.14.1..
cozy and warm made up in a flow 18. 20; 40 and 42. Size 14. 2% yards of 54-
Jerry wished that he'd missed in inch.
flannelette. If
er sprinkled you
He was due to Send your order to:
the previous game. LE' TUGBOAT ANNIE'S RIVALBellowing like, it can have short sleeves and
He overdue. He'd expected
miss. was _
orders from wheelhouseof be tied with a narrow belt. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
it a week ago and the Saturday .
530 South Wells St. Chicago 7. 111.
before. Tech had had a nice comfortable Jerry froze grew rigid gave I i I gasping sob "Kick! Kick!" Tag- the salvage tug Beaver in Los Enclose 25
cents in coins for each
Angeles harbor is stalwart Marion Pattern No. 8086 Is for sizes 34. 36. 38.40.
lead in both those games. gert screamed. 42. 44. 46 and 48. Size 36. long sleeves 5'i pattern desired.
They didn't need his points. Today McKaye able seaman. 200 pounds yards of 33 or 39-inch; 1 yard purchased Pattern No <<::1. .>

they were trailing the Jiggles 6 to 0. brushed him but it was enough to bench only Jerry was silent his plus wh9 is saving up to buy a ruffling.Send an additional twenty-five cents for Nam-

and it was raining and it was his send him sliding in the mud. eyes shifting from the clock to the tugboat of her own.DECRIES your copy of the Fall and magazine Addr--
our complete pattern Free
last game in a Tech uniform. Tech tried three plays and then field. He sat on his hands to hide; N r gilt pattern printed inside the book.

There was a hoarse murmur from punted. their trembling.

the crowd in the opposite stands The game settled into a punter's Tech stuck to power plays. They

and he saw the Aggies sprinting out battle. Taggert had,the wind at his bulled through for three yards two; ..
on the field. They'd changed to dry back, and counted on picking up dis- The Aggie backs were playing close ,,3.s.

uniforms and it took Jerry a mo- tance on each exchange. But the backing up the line. The next play

ment to spot the two new men in the Aggie kicker was good. too. bounced off the Aggie wall. No gain.

Aggie backfield. Tall men.and fast. Jerry couldn't keep from watch- Taggert suddenly faded back t

Farraday sat next tP him. He Jng the clock on the Scoreboard. The passed. It was out in the flat and

said: "We're wearing them down." big second hand Jerked around risky. The Tech half juggled the Silks and woolens are generally A creak can be taken out of

See those subs In there" stopped moved 'again. Jerry found ball. but he held it. He went all the folded or rolled so that the right stairs by securing the tread to the _

"Subsl" Jerry .sajd. "They're himself nodding as the hand jerked. way to the seven yard line before side is inside. riser. Have someone tand upon

three deep in backs. They're playing .He was cold inside; a chin that had the Aggies caught him. -.- the tread to force it down. Then

safe that's an." nothing to do with the wind and Taggert opened up. He called a Leather desk sets can be cleaned use finishing nails to bind it se

"Sure." Farraday nodded. "Try rain. Every minute passing made spinner, a reverse a delayed buck. beautifully with saddle soap. Rub curely.

tog to protect their lousy six points. the odds against him greater. The referee's arms went up. Touch- gently when applying. When dry -.-

Just like Big Dan said" The quarter ended; the teams down. rub vigorously. Never scour china or pottery.

Jerry remembered the coach's changed goals. Now. he'd have the Farraday pulled the blanket oft -.- i Hard rubbing and cleansing pow-

words in ,the dressing room. Big wind fighting him when he tried to erry. He said: "Get going." Green grow the houseplants that ders may cause the color to fade .

Dan Winowski didn't go in for pep- kick. His luck was out aU right. Jerry saw Big Pan; beckon.There's get their share of care. Plants and damage the smooth finish

talU. But there hadn't been a sound "Heyl" cried Faraday startled. the ball game" he said with waxy leaves ivy, philodendron -

except his calm voice and a dripping ''He.t" miling. "Make it legal ,-." monstera and such -

shower. Jerry mapped awake. A fumble. Jerry swallowed. He opened his ,.. thrive by being sprayed with wa-

MAn right" the, coach had said, Tnere was a wild awkward scram- mouth and then shut it tight He 'FUMBLING' Testifying ter rather than soaked at the roots. Get Well

'1 know it's wet. and bad footing, ble for the ball. An Aggie stumblingin nodded and trotted out onto the in Washington before the Try a semi-weekly spraying on QUICKER

and we can't pass much with thai the mud. dropped on it. The ball field. His legs moved him stiffly to- senate war investigating committee your languishing plants and be re- I\ ;

ban. But they've shot their bolt. popped from beneath him bounded ward the referee. He heard his Bernard Baruch 77-year-old warded with the sight of lush From One Your t*a c.l4FOLEY'S Ceagb ,

voice thin and strained. "Ellis for adviser of presidents declared healthy looking greens. ""'" .

Melkovich. At fulL" He walked 'foot-dragging- and fumbling" in 1 Cougfe CompowdItching

woodenly into position and staredup World War n cost the U. S. thousands Linens to be stored should,contain -

at the cross-bar. It was a dim I of lives and billions of no starch. Wrap them in deep

line in the gloom. dollars. blue paper to prevent their turn- J.

r CROSSWORD PUZZLE .1 Taggert was drying the ball with ing yellow and store them in a Why suffctbopeless scratch and

a towel. He wiped his hands and dark place free from dampness. Had happy reliefas ,
tacit at .
Jerry's feet Taggert so many others

... Tinned and said: "In the bag. kid. Before you make a rug plan its or Dry do-use soothIng -
\
8.aaU.. fa Nest Ia.... 711 put my hand under it The size and color according to the medicated

JDorizental'- mu 1', like grease.. '. a room in which it will be used. Dye- RESINOL. the

1 High card 1 2 3 c37 20 Jerry stood rigid. His foreheadwas s5 z % ingthe materials! to match the Eczema POPUWOUWDCDtol.utl7l1KS

4 Exists clammy. color scheme is an easy task. If

6 Ordinary "Steady in there." called Taggert. x x .:,.. there is lots of floor space to be
11 River in U "Keep them off Mm Steady." His z .. ; covered make one large rug in-

.PennsylvanialSUpon head turned as he glanced along the a stead of several small ones. TASTtRSMOOTHCRtfastacting

13 Despicable IsJ& *.. line.'."Ready kid?" Taggert's voice w.< i -o-

16 Sparkle sharpened. '"Signals' he raised his axa'E + < Knots in the thread when hem-

18 To cloy. 21 2s hands. ming table linens may be avoided ,o e nej cut lusts
19 Greek letter Something clicked in Jerry'shead. Ya' simply by running each needleful i
This is it he n M
21 Heraldic Z4I IS If 27 13 thought. f thread through a piece of parafa
bearing "Seven, nine f -" e,.. a, before sewing with it. s1Atoiz of oouw ntss 1O=
22 Part 'oftoto' At worst it was a tie. But a tie
29 30 U 2 -- -
be" the -
spoiled season's record. He
23 Ferocious couldn't make It *
spotted cat **
"Three five-
2S Posed
29 Soothing He'd done it too many times. A

ointment 40 u miss was overdue. He was going to
Wsi I --
31' Drink made miss. I REFUGEE Stanislaw Miko-
from manna. 45 47 43 49 "Two! lajczyk leader of the Polish Peasant -
33 Six The ball moved grew large. It
and of the antICommunist
parry head -
34 Land measure sl fs came back straight Taggert caughtit .
forces in Poland has
35 Doctrine' placed it in position. Jerry tooka
fled from his to
38 To stain step. He froze. country escape
39 Man's 56 52, SS 59 64 possible persecution by Communists
"Kick! Taggert screamed wild-
:*
nickname there.
40 Note of scale -la; 04 eyed j
Jerry sob. He ---- -- ----
41 Leaping gave a gasping
-. 'amphibian stooped matched the ball from

43 Ethereal fr6 67 Taggert's fingers and ran.
45 To recede He nearly hit the Aggie end. x49 vcrr

47 Howling charging in. The end tried to stop

50 Conjunction No. 39 himself slipped went down. His
-
52 Slender
mouth was still open in amazementas <
53
Witnessed yo44
58. Exclamation >9 Second U.S.President 48 Fold of the 55 Broad Jerry dodged past
used to front of a coat 56 Compass He raced for the corner of the end
a
frighten'towls 10 Illumined 49 Archaic: point zone. He could hear Taggert pounding M ;. I :
58 Quaking 12 Whether to anoint 57 Owns along behind him shouting in a
80 Prefix: two for 51 List 59 Greek letter
14 French high excited voice but nobody: ..
61 Annual church"from" 54 On, one 62 Printer'scelebration
came near him. As he crossed the
.
63 Escaped 17 noisily To close couch sleepingmeasure 64 To perform 'line Jerry looked back. The Aggies 4 .

65 Stop ontheatrical a 20 Completely were standing motionless bewil Rub in Ben Gay for gently soothing -

24 To-give' Awtr to Pants N mfc.r SS dered. 3Je relief from neuralgic pain. Ben-Gay contains up to
tour Jerry touched the ball down. He -
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forth 2% times more
methyl salicylate M4 menthol-two
W French 25 Author of CAD ii; SR| IClC T started to laugh. He looked up at famous pain-renev
agents your doctor knows
article Life With o v A T A O P B O P E the Scoreboard and saw the 7 move about-than five other
67 Poem 'Father"- widely offered rub-ins. Insiston
1.To'atate DrPLOr INPD3F into place. on gamine Ben-Gay. the original Baume AnalgE-
% 8 P x e '
It fast
acts
Vertical positively sique.
DtDGQ DC DODOEBOO
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1 Gerona 28 Neat bundle OBOE! ODCDnnO J Homes on Wheels Lisa f.h1a des Ie III HIAt1SIC.lIUSCt.f ACHE.ad ce 9S. -
29 Large A"total 300,000 automobile trailers -
forlB RI FATUITY fiT < ee.
Succulent SO Desert are now in use. either rolling aSAFE
Plants STAR OLLA AMT I
dweller J
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,. 2 Penny 32 College T I BE BOREnccno
r ,3 what? administra nco' parked in trailer camps says the BY.A NOSE Mrs.!
I.. Automobile Manufacturers associ Politic of St Louis bravely ps
J. house .tive official L C T Walter ,
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P French coin ation. Many trailers are painted on understatement) demonstrates 1i
38 E N F (no .,=
P E A SORER
6 Escorted 37 Wild-duck g L F F 5 pie D the outside with aluminum paint to how tame is .--sD oper.- her pet '. .
'*Therefore 42 Fees .', reflect heat in hot. sunny climates; ocelot by letting it nibble .at her / 1-S. ..'
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; ,_ Mixon & Ellis Garage Busy First '10 Months Digest of RatOpinions

of 1927 in Okeechobee

;; I Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs CHANEY'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS By The -
The Oktecbobe office: of the
Choice
Roses, Carnations, Orchids, Gardenias,
Florida State
Employment Service
BATTERIES, TIRES AND TUBES: Corsages, Attorney femril{
gave 27 counseling interviews, 23of
too UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY Flowers for Weddings and all Occasions.Chaney's > them to veterans in the first -
: ten months of 1947 in an effort to A liquor license
a'T; Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 House of Flowers help them find suitable kinds of erred out of a city cannot or town be trans.if the

I employment, Horace B. Jones. result is to increase
the
Box 153 Okeechobee Fla. number
siC 207 North 2nd St. Phone 1031 Ft. Pierce, Fla.I manager of the office said today. of licenses beyond the legal limit.

.. Employment counseling, one of, Attorney General J. Tom Watsonhas
I the many services offered by the advised Circuit Court Clerk
Employment Service, Mr. Jones Jess Mathas at DeLand.
A e Joseph W. Yates HONEY continued assists workers who The Volusia county clerk had
need such help to determine their asked' if the transfers of licenses
;: present or potentialoccupational could be made from place to platt
YATES FUNERAL HOME, 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any abilities, and interests in the lightof in a county or from inside!! city
/ realistic information about job limits to rural territory.
quantity you may desire.
1. 1 requirements and employment op In another opinion to James T.
Fort Pierce Fla.
portunities. This service facilitates Vocelle, state
Phone 789 Phone 789 A. J. (Bee Man) BoettgerPHONE the placement of disabled veterans Attorney director General of Watson leverages
and other
handicapped workers ruled that a beer manufacturer la
Prompt Ambulance ServiceI youth entering the labor market, Florida must pay the excise tax
i I 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLATHE .|and other workers with occupational on beer delivered to ships for export
i / problems. and also when put on board
:II Mr. Jones reported that the ships in Florida ports for coaI -
f r Okeechobee local office had placeda I gumption
by the
crews of these
BRING YOUR ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY
ON total of 3 persons during October ships.

k leaving an active file of 93 I
: i applicants on Nor. 1. The fact that a husband is qualified -
f Printing Needs Dry Cleaning Laundry Job opportunities are on the increase to vote in a school district

:.:_ with 3 more listed in October election does not automatically
than during September. This qualify his wife Attorney General
TOOkeechcbee increase was accounted for primarily J. Tom Watson declared In an
I by the increased demand opinion to Mrs. Era Baker, supervisor
GLADES CLEANERS for construction workers in the of registration in Liberty

News construction industry.Unemployment county.

Phone 156 X insurance payments Voters in such elections must be
Pickup and Delivery
I in Okeechobee county on the taxpayers. Where property is held
., .. -,. ---.1:1::I week ending Nov. 1 showed a de; in the Joint names of the husband
crease from those paid on the last and wife then taxes paid on that
: week in Sept. Unemployment ben property paid for
J. L. BARBER are both oJ
efits paid in the county on Nov. 1 them, the
attorney general said.
.'} ,* Electric Service & Repair Co. amounted to 164.00 and were But, where the property la in the
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made to 14 persons, including 4 name of only one spouse either
AbstractorSECOND Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing men and 10 women. husband or wife payment of taxes -
Statewide unemployment insurance on such property does not also
Phone 155 payments amounted to $105.- qualify the other one.
214 and were made to 7,255
persons
C. L. Strickel .
Manager the
week ending Nov. 1.
FLOOR COURTHOUSE The Florida State Improvement
Markham\ Bldg. Okeechobee Fla. These figures do not include allowances Commission is fully authorised to
paid to
13,235
Residence unemployed accept a conveyance of Don and
Telephone 117 veterans from federal
funds Carlstrom Fields from the federal
which here $283,535 during the works agency for the purpose of
r came period.
establishing branches of the For-
The Statewide payments to non- Ida State Hospital for the insane,
f SeeOKEECHOBEE __
veterans'for
the
STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen week reflected a Attorney General J. Tom Watson
decrease $18,34 from
the preriousweek.
has written the
l agency.
.
MOTOR co.
8:30, 12:06,1:00, 5:00 Persons seeking Jobs counsels \
t or information on employment o 'VI T
SALES SERVICE
\Vednesday"dose at noon. Saturdayopen portunities on an occupational i agCLASSIFIED
'FOR U. TIRES till 8:00 P. M. dustrial, ,and area basis ABS
contact the Florida State Employment J1IfR
Puroil Repairs and Service all makes Radios and at the courthouse In Okee III I 7
Products
Ford
Parts-Service Electrical Appliances, Radio Batteries Flash- chobee on Tuesdays. Job orders FOR SALE-Piano In good condo
P. O. Box 476 ,
Phone 44 will also be tion. E. U Meserve.
taken
lights and Batteries, Authorized Philco Service. phone. over the tel e


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{ BURGESS SUPPLY 9 1-2, hp. p. Wisconsin air cooled
motor. Priced right H. C. SullI-
Modern Dry Cleaners BOOKBINDING COMPANY van. Box 531, S. Parrott Ave

ESHELMAN RED ROSE Okeechobee.
CLEANING-PRESSING-ALTERATIONS GUARANTEED FEED e

BOOK AND BIBLE REPAIRING
Place your order now for Rose FOR SALE Model B and ZZ
a, Phone 95 t Bushes. First shipment will arrive Briggs and StraUon Motor.
;1' J. O. COWGER AT THE Oct. 15th. Second shipment Snow's Auto Electric Service,
1 ;l -3 will arrive Nor. 406 Pierce,
Okeechobee, Florida 15th. Atlantic Are, Fort

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boxes, Wayne water softener, RCA, Zenith StrombergCarlson OKEECHOBEE CATFISH HUSHPUPPIES

radios Johnson Outboard Motors. Onaa Ugh t plants, Berkeley Complete Home Outfitters SWEET-TATERS
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pumps. All One Can Eat $1.25
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