The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 33-No. 28 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Nov. 28, 1947 _

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Plans For Flood Elledge Elphia Harden Have Been and Ruth Mrs. Emma Burke I i Florida tion Says Bankers Future Depends Associa- Local Vets Will,

Control Revised Awarded ScholarshipsTallahassee Jones Was Laid To l"On Untilled-Lands Play Fort Pierce

Fla. Nov. 25-The "' Orlando-The future and expansion
} By The Engineers State Board of Education today Rest Here Monday t. +a of the State of Florida depends Here Sif. Night
awarded the following teacher b to a large extent, upon the
training scholarships: $200 Representative 'constructive use ref Its 31 million
t ,; I Jacksonville, NOT. 24 The Elphia Americas Har- Mrs. Emma Burke Jones passed acres of untilled land which is or Announcement Is made that the
I... Army Engineer plan for control ofEverglade den, Okeechobee; and $400 Lewis away at the Osceola Hospital at may be made available for such Okeechobee Veterans Footbal team
,. flood waters has been Ruth D, Elledge, Okeechobee. Kisslmmee Saturday following along ; extensive uses as, timber growing, will play the Fort Pierce Vets team
L revised to provide increased protection Holders of the House of Representatives Illness. She was 77 years old grazing and wildlife development on the local football field Sator*
for Lower East Coast cities at the time of her death day night The will
and Senatorial scholar .. This statement was made in a lat cam start At
: Col. Willis E. Te&le, district engineer Mrs. Jones was born in Georgia 8:39.
ships may attend any o/ the State. ter sent today to all banks In the
announced last week. approved institutions of higher in 1869 but moved to what is now state by the headquarters here of
This should be
one of the beat
i Army )Engineers have also com- learning. Winners of Amos Lewis Okeechobee County many years the Florida Bankers Association.
menced studies on a plan to con. awards must attend either the ago and had made her home here If The Forestry Committee of the games of the season as the two
teams have played one
0 game on
p trol waters through South and University of Florida Florida since. Association, of which G. G. Ware the Fort Pierce grounds this,sea.
Central East Florida, includingthe State University, or Florida A. &: Funeral services were conducted President First National Bank, and
son the locals were edged_4utin
Everglades, Kissimmee and M. < .& in the Primitive Baptist Church ,1EDWIX\ '" Leesburg, is Chairman, has been a close score and the locals
upper St. Johns River basins,. he here Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock ,active this :year In calling atten-
expect to even the count Friday
said. with Rev. M. M. Martin Rev. G. FRASER tion of bankers and their customers .
: Although not definitely worked J. R. Williams Walker and Her. W. H. Harden of Candidate, for State Comptroller to the great potential night.

out yet, it Is probable that the ficiating. Following the !services at which lies in forestry.The In the game here Saturday night
"! study wil result in a plan for reservoirs Was Laid To Rest the church the body was laid to Edwin G. Fraser letter went on to state that between the Okeechobee Veta_and
in the Central Florida area rest in Okeechobee Cemetery. "We must be interested In the the Stuart Vets the game endedin
where 'Water can be stored during She is survived by five sons. creation of new wealth in the a 0 fo 0 tie In a well played
; wet seasons and released during Here Last WeekJ. They are Nathan and Tom, Okee- To Make The Race hands of our customers. Forestryand game between the two teams. "

dry seasons. chobee, Clarence, Miami Aleck, reforestation and its protection -
; One of the largest crowds of the
Immediately after the recent R. Williams passed away at Fellsmere, and Felix who residesIn For ComptrollerMacclenny offers one of the best possibilities football season witnessed the game
I. hurricanes. CoL Teae's engineers the Fort Pierce Hospital Saturday Pennsylvania, and one daughter, for that here In Florida, which was packed with thrillers\:
; .r. began devising methods to prevent afternoon, November 15. He suffered Mrs. Ida Jacobs of Fon Pierce. We must attempt to influence the from the start of the game.
{I : recurrence of severe flood conditions a brain hemorrhage on Wednesday The pall bearers were Hulon Edwin G. Fraser landowners of our counties that The. local Vets team has been
i ,:. in urban areas. The new plan and was carried to the hospital Walker, W. T. Rudd, Poss Davis, announced today his candidacy for protection of what we have left in able to give a good account of Itself
j a proposes huge levees from West where he passed away. Everett Hall, G. H. Harden and re-election as State Comptroller. the way of timber resources plus in each of the games played
4! Palm Beach southward to a point Mr. Williams was 76 old Jeff Smith.Digest. Fraser was elected in 1946 to what is to be grown in the futureis
years this year and will be In better
i ;, .. below Miami. and had lived in Okeechobee most complete the term of the late J.M. an absolute essential and then condition for the game Saturday
iJ J The protective levee would follow all of his life. Lee, but was disqualified from we must try to influence these
; of Recent night than they have been in any.
the line of an existing levee He is survived by seven child serving by the Supreme Court be- landowners to replant timber and of the games to date.FoodhandlersTo. '
about 10 miles from the coast from ren, Mrs. Lee Smith and Bill Wil- .- cause he was a member of the properly manage the resulting
1 6 the West Palm Beach canal south- lams, Okeechobee. Levy, Fate and Opinions By The Legislature which had raised the growth. Detailed suggestionswere
,ward to a point below Delray Loren of Fort Pierce, Mrs. Geneva salary of cabinet officers Inrlud'- then made as to how to go
1 Beach. There, the levee would Cross. Belle Glade, Artemu WU- GeneralSheriffs ing the Comptroller. about obtaining the best results on ,

l swing west to a point about 15 iams, Daytona, Ohio. Also two ,Attorney 'With the passage of time havIng "- this plan. I Hold Meet:; On
miles off the coast, then south to sisters Mrs. Minnie Allen and !removed that technicality, It was pointed out that "One i fig
i a point near FU Lauderdale.The Mrs. Ella Smith of Fort Pierce and their deputies havea said Senator Fraser, "I again ask thing to bear in mind is that while .
plan also proposes to In- twenty grandchildren ,and nine right to arrest bar owners for the people of Florida" for their forestry is a long-term program t DecemherlO-11
the 920 mile agrlcul- vote." fire control and protection is
crease square great grandchildren. violating city curfew hours as established yet
I tural area around Lake Okeechobee Funeral services were conductedat municipal ordinances Co-owner of one of the South's an immediate proposition and is -
to include about 90 square the Okeechobee cemetery Sun according by to Attorney General J. largest nurseries, Fraser has madean fundamental to any successful for, A foodhandlers workshop, wU.be
miles of land between Clewistonand day afterooon with Rev. Martin Tom Watson, In an opinion to avocation of public life. He has catty program. Today is not too held at Florida State University,
Moore Haven. been a member of the Macclenny Tallahassee, Dec. 10-11() for stale
and Rev. Lyles officiating. James Vocelle, director of the state soon to start it. Bankers who are
The Everglades Kissimmee and beverage department.The town council and of the 1937 and close to the picture are quick to restaurant operators, home economics
St. Johns River plans will be for Worthy Grand Matron stated that 1939 state house of representatives point out that there can be no and health students at the
warded to Washington at the same attorney general and served as !senator from over-production of either trees or University and members of the
Made Official Visit To the law gives to each city in a of Baker and Clay Leon County .-Health Department, !
the district
; time, Col. Teale has advised. The I livestock on our available 31 million -
I Board of Engineers for Rivers and The Okeechobee ChapterMrs. wet county the light to establish counties in the 1945 and 1947 sen- acres" it was .announced this week. The

", i V' -. ;, Harbors will probably receive the commissioners hours of closing the, and right to the to set county cut* ate.-- ::aAl1\.. ,_,"'_ -- ___ project's ln connection with the
I studies in January, for early sub- Opal Bartow, Worthy cities. If State advertising public health, Persons 65'or Over n taarSEt an4.hotejnanageg
Accompanying Grand Matron O. E. S. made her few in territoroutside education and farm.to-market course at the school aSPT&"the:
mission Congress.
'4uch hours Should File ApplicationsFor -
the engineering plan will be official visit to Okeechobee Chapter a violation of closing roads have been his particular leg first such program to be held.: ,
1 t an economic report being compiledon No. 128 on Thursday, November is an offense against the state, he islative interests. Old Age BenefitsR. Instructors for the workshopwill
the benefits to be derived from 20. She was entertained firstat added, and therefore, a sheriff or Senator Fraser has been recognized be Florida State Board of
the proposed Everglades program. a tea given at the home of the his deputies have the right to ar as one of the "fathers" of C Gehrken Jr., Manager of Health personnel including: David
st f. worthy matron Mrs. Z. K. Wil- rest violators. This does not mean, the State Advertising Commission, the West Palm Beach Office of the B. Lee chief sanitary engineer,
Congress Take ActionOn llama A banquet was held in her he said that city policemen do not being invited to address the first Social Security Administrationurges E. Russell Jackson, instructor for
honor at the Southland Hotel at also have the right to make such meeting of the State Chamber of all persons who have reachedthe the Florida Foodhandlers School
Two Measures For 6 p. m.The arrests within municipaliUies. Commerce's tourist committee after age of 65 to file applicationsfor John A. Mulrennan, entemologist
F Benefit Of The Aged Masonic Hall was beautifully the legislative creation of the old-age benefits. He, stressesthe and George S. Dote bureau: if
,r decorated with pink glads. A person who marries a citizenof state commission in 1945. importance of workers estab-- Sanitary Engineering. "*.*' ,
i J; In the cosing hours of the last Miss Ernestine Hunt and Judge T. the United States does not automatically His militant efforts, in and out lishing thefr eligibility for soda' The Florida Foodhandlers
:; session, Congress look action on W. Conely sang accompanied by become a citizen and of the Legislature, to get Florida's security benefits and pointed out. school is a state-wide program
I! two measures. which affect the Miss Perilee Hunt. thus entitled to vote, Attorney back country opened with roads "Our' research unit estimates that aimed as a service to operators
I -i Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Mrs. Bartow's lecture,' "Work General J. Tom Watson declared have. In some measure, been responsible only 5 per cent of those eligibleto and employees of eating and drink. 1
program of social security ing Together," was enjoyed by a in an opinion to Mrs. Tuttle Smith, for the attention lately retire are wealthy enough not ing establishments. It is sponsored
.j r -the system which provides re. large crowd. There were visitors supervisor of registration at Fort given the problem by the State to need social security benefits; by three State agencies: State
tlrement and "family" benefits. from Ft. Pierce, West Palm Beach, Myers. Road tl partment. that 65 per cent may have enough Board of Health, Restaurant Association .
I .j 1. The contribution rateyour Belle Glade, Vero Bead Stuart Naturalized citizens'must produce "Opening of vast areas of land savings at the age of 65 to live and Hotel Comm lon.
1 i payroll deduction-remains at the and St. Petersburg. Mrs. Lucille their certification of natural- suitable for all phase of agriculture comfortably with the aid of their It88 a coincident that the
; present rate of 1 percent until Danford received the degrees of zation In order to be registered for by the construction of suitable social !security payments and that hotel and restaurant management
1950. the Order. voting. However the attorney gen- roads not only would encourage the remaining 30 per cent need course at the University and the
: ; 2. The Senate ordered a com eral said, if a registration officer agriculture. but attract settlers help in addition to their benefits. Florida foodhacdiers school which
s: plete study of the entire social, e- Cattle Tests has already satisfied himself that from other states" pointed out Some of the advantages to per supplement and complement 'each
I curRy system. The study will be an applicant for reregistration Is Fraser In an appeal for farm-to- sons 65 years of age or older wbc other, should both have been organized .*
conducted by the Senate Finance All home milk cows In Okeechobee a naturalized citizen there Is no market highways. file applications prior to actual this fall.
Committee assisted by an Advisory I county may be tested for tuberculosis need to require them to bring certificates Fraser sponsored the 1947 legislative retirement are: (1) The applicant Because of their mutual interest
j I Council of 17 members. Both labor and bangs disease dur- for reregistration. acts to stabilize public em- will be given an official award In Florida's foodhandling problems }
; and management -.are represented ing the first week of December. Foreign-born spouses of Amen playment by providing retirement form showing the amount of his the two groups conceived the
t on the council. This work will be done by a rep- can citizens are not granted citizenship benefits to reward long service Instate accrued monthly retirement payment Idea of a workshop which combines ;
: The labor union, meanwhile, resentative of the bureau of animal by reason of such mar. _and county: governments. ; (2) If the worker becomes their respective material It
j will do well to continue informational industry with no cost to the own- riage, the attorney general stated. ""The Comptroller is not only unemployed insurance benefits can is felt that this workshop will bea
; contact with the social security er. They must become naturalized be- the state's paymaster and bookkeeper be started simply by his signing routine presentation.The .
I I office in Its community to Application for tests should be fore they can register to vote. ," says Fraser, "but a mem- a statemet; (3) Making application course opens Wednesday,
I make sure that all members know filed In the county agent's office I I ber of eighteen active state ad prior to retirement does not December 10 at S o'clock in Ho-
t' I their rights under the.present law. during the first week of December. The Florida Council for the ministrative boards. fix or 'freeze" the amount of his wena Longmlre Building andito.
I 1 These tests are very Important Blind Is not authorized to engage I "Through these boards the benefit as was formerly the case. rium with Miss Helen Underwood;
:, : Tallahassee, Nov. 24-< Senator to the health of the farm peoplein in the private business of operating Comptroller touches the life of ev If he continues to work in covered head of the University Departmentof
j, ; j Spessard L. Holland was the principal this county. Every effort shouldbe automatic vending machines ery citizen. Well-rounded experience employment, all earnings after ac- Restaurant and Hotel Management
:{ I i speaker at the final session: made to have every family milk apart from stands manned by blind in business, In agriculture, In teal application will be used In re presiding.
!! ': of the "Keep Florida Green" conference cow tested. persons, according to Attorney public affairs, and community. computing his benefit upon final Miss! Catherine F. Walters president
f 1! held in Orlando this week General J. Tom Watson.M. life, is demanded for the success retirement. of the Florida Dietetk.J.rsoclaUon :
I 1; i Plans for a statewide fire con- Miami,-(FNS)- When it was Robert Barnett, executive director ful performance of the duties of Mr. Gehrken also urged survivors win be In charge 'of the
; trol system were considered. County learned that the Orange Bowl of the council asked the this office. of employed Individuals to afternoon session while Miss Anna
J committees will be formed to CommfUee had selected a New attorney general If the council "Believing I have that experience make prompt application. One out M. Tracy, bead dietetlcilaa ICU
carry the fire prevention message York Model for 1948 Orange Bowl could put automatic vending ma- I ask respectfully for the of every five claimants loses money: will lead the evening rounUble.
i to civic clubs and other organiza. Qtfeen, Miami girls were up In chines in locations where they do vote and the support of every citi because of failure to file prompt. Presiding at Thursday sessions
t ti : tlons In an effort to stimulate arms and staged a protest parade. not have stands operated by Wind zen.** 11' will be Mrs. Lucile MeMollen.. dietetlcian. -
f I public understanding and sympathy The Florida girls contend that persons. The attorney general said Edwin Gardner Fraser waa born FSU, and Joseph Cie'
1 : for the program, it was announced they can hold their own against the council Is authorized only to Dec. 30. 1914, at Newberry. the In Florida, the Negro'death rate oDS. president Florida RestaurantAssociation.
t :: by Wiliam F. Jacobs ex any New York lassies and demand carry on activities which promotethe son of James B. and Lizzie Fraser. from tuberculosis Is 3 times as .
: ; :: ecutlve director of the Florida that a Florida model be selected employment of needy blind He attended Alachua and Baker,. high as the white death rate. In The two-day course will- cover
Forest and Park Association. rather than an outof-state girl. persons. "However, laudable the county schools, and starred In 1946 346 whites and 355 Negroes such subjects as elementary':** "
purpose of the council In desiringto baseball ,and basketball.The were reported to have died from teriology, communicable dl9 5*> ;
i. Tuberculosis kills more persons Tuberculosis once the first operate such. machines," he concluded Senator and Mrs. Fraser. tuberculosis but the white death I rats. Unseats, cockroach_'fad-
;. between the ages of 15 and 44 cause of death in this country Is "such an activity Is too remote the former Jessie Thelma Waltersof rate was 15.5 per hundred thousand their control, foodhandltna; ; ,
1;. than all other communicable diseases now the seventh cause; If accidents from authorized activities to Marelenny, have two children. -as compared to the Negro rate public thealtb<< ; dishwashing and
1 e f combined. are excluded the sixth.: be Justified under the law." Sandra June and Gary Kent. of 62.9 per hundred thousand. sanitation. i. 1I

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i1 Grain Has Feed Value -

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fj: Y-Product Speeds Upi Analyst BAUKHAGENews nd Commentator.WASHINGTON. Vx3'ax :

i Growth of Livestock -There never was a better example of the

difficulties encountered in a democratic government than .'r Off to a Good Start;:

Ij By W. J. DRTOEN those which are being faced as the specially-called short session INCLUDE plenty-cf lettuce nd

J Leading agricultural colleges have of the 80th congress carries on its debate today. : greens in your redu ;
j i conducted experiments with distil I doubt if any parliamentary body m the world or any despotic ruler y ing' diet. They're high in minerals

r' ler's dried grains and have found for that matter ever faced a problem more complicated in detail wider vitamins and other health giP|

; f that for every bushel of grain milled in its scope or more important In its potential results than the Marshall ing properties-low in calories.1-

t i in a distillery the high protein and program for aiding Europe. 1- UNION STORE Customers line up for' their turn to buy at the salads
i vitamin b7-products recovered are Since the idea of the Marshall Plan to feature of aH kiedsSl:
Pittsburgh district's first labor-sponsored cooperative store In
11 I grocery egg. fish. cheese. fruit, vegetable
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j equal to one and one-seventh bushels plan was first broached. I have bad over the possibility of a resumptionof McKeesport Pa. CIO united steel workers union operates the shop on combination ol these foods. A miae aiog
of grain in feed value when fed opportunity to'' this Eastern-Western tr&de. a no-profit-cash-and-carry basis. dressing will make your salad very taste
r with farm-raised In the course of this or you can easily make your mm '
grains. ''J. gain a few short meeting and -
: calory mayonnaise.Our
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From every bushel of grain processed 1 but very intimate several others we have had a booklet No. 48 win help yOu lase

J for alcohol in the distillery glimpses into the chance to learn many more detailsof NEWS REVIEW those extra pounds in a short time. fish

} i 17 to s* which this complicated plan and its evo- two-weeks' low-calory menus special
t 18 pounds of highly nutritious : machinery toes, calory charts many hints and rules
animal and poultry feeds are re'M9..r contributed to its lution that possibly can be reported Send 25 cents (coin) for "Chaaffr Yejl
J j completion. Someof here. And yet these meetings could Aid Deadline Weight for HUGer Sake" to Weedy
Requested Newspaper Service, 243 W. 17tt sc.. Ne.
reveal ;
i iti us, for example only tiny fragments of the York 11, N. Y. Print name a
n I recentlywere ; tremendous amount of research booklet title and No. 48.
S 7G1L- iY'' I given a analysis study and discussion
U. S. Corn Yield
I 3sPia; | very condensed which was reduced to a few lalient Down Atlantic Cable Leftover i"

and revealing points, and presented to committeesof
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t I personal account congress in Secretary of State I DEADLINE: e Cut, Sold as SouvenifWhen ]

J of the last long. Marshall's final report.

1 : I in Washington to go through a long period of brief- first transatlantic telegraph cable!
Apparently feeling that
ing. In his last news conference before congres-
Ih where the landed in
Baukhage representatives sional approval of his request for i was Newfoundland in]
he met with
#i of the congressional committeemen 597 million dollars in stop-gap aid I 1858, the 20-mile piece of it left
: 18 European countries sat down in he had. as he put it, x. :
was purchased Tiffs
for Y by
"immense to France. Italy and Austria was ,t: I
d the state department to on ground cover.
carry and company the New Yor
assured. U. S. Secretary of State ,
their daily:: and sometimes nightly a -
Marshall aw jewelry house.
it 1 Target George Marshall sounded a new
.. seminars with the representatives I The unused cable
of Of Press CriticsI keynotespeed.He + was cut ia..-
f our government. i I more than 300,000 four-inch !
suggested to the house foreign lengths
Weighing and checking periodically These discussions went through mentioned Secretary of State I a aaaV
f affairs committee that and retailed as .souvenirs at 50
I turkeys fed on stimoflav three Marshall a deadline of
at phases. The first phase was a and his last news conference
December 1 be cents each. _
1 ; Walker poultry farm Peoria 111. careful expansion of details lacking before meeting with the con established for + ; .
emergency relief to the three hard- ;
; In the formal report drawn up by gressional committees. There has
1 covered. The present demand for the Paris conference.You been growing criticism of Mr. Marshall pressed nations and looked aheadto If
i 1 I your pocketbook winces
aa grain makes it advisable for farmers an early March deadline for his at the ,-
would be surprised at the here in Washington. It took mere, thought of Christmas-don't '
i to substitute distiller's grain or number and scope of those details i form after the conference and has four-year. 20-biIlion-doHar plan for a start scratching
i names off
u cimilar product for part of the ration many.of which had to await special I appeared in editorials.One eventual State European recovery. x ; list-but decide here and now your to :'
for their department witnesses
turkeys chickens or memoranda
from technical
i livestock. the countries involved. For expertsin in. Washington editorialist backed up* Marshall's plea for speed. i give practical, useful gifts, For
complained that Marshall won't They testified example local dealers are featuring
funds would
The economy;: of such a method stance, we can imagine a conversation that the'newsmen present k Y two timely items .
b ,, I has resulted in increased growth something like this: talk at the carry France and Italy only through :: you can give
generously to the smokers
2 conference
drew a blank because on your -
December T
beyond which looms the .h iso
f I and production at a low cost. Poultry "Just a moment one of the Marshall was uncommu brink of chaos and ah' Christmas list. We refer to Camel -
} fed this by-product has shown a American officials says with his nicative. The Wedemeyer confusion-political Cigarettes and Prince Albert
question -
moral and ,
f gain of one pound over chickens pencil poised over the pad in came up for example. Marshall economic-unless Smoking Tobacco. These popular -
i additional
raised on a standard farm ration. help Is rushed across the ,
front of him "You brands
say that it would say nothing He added are all dressed up in fes

will be Impossible to increasethe not petulantly but in a tone sea.Also testifying before the house This Is an artist's conception tive wrappings ready to give.;
output of the mines In Country that forbade further Camel comes in a handsome ten-
; Reinforcements questioning (front elevation
Needed X without foreign group. Lewis Douglas. U. S. ) of the wedding
mining : "Furthermore, 1 don't feel package carton-contains 200 mild
ambassador to gown worn by Princess Elizabethon
England, offered
To Maintain the machinery. You gave us the figures a flavorful Camel And
Soil obliged to report on every conversation brief pointed summary of the whole November 20 for her marriage cigarettes.

Manure is important in furnishing for the total equip- I have with the President issue of immediate foreign aid:. to Lt. Phillip MODDtbat On the for the pipe smoker tongue-friend-
ment estimated but I wish ." ly Prince Albert is available in '
you Period. ,
+ Is
one of the bridesmaids
,plant food to the soil adding organic would describe There can be no guarantee that the Christmasy
specifically the tins. Both
matter and rebuilding soil That was quite true. He doesn't aid program will succeed but it dresses. The wedding gown upon Camels .'.'
types and the quantity and Prince Albert have
; you and shouldn't. Any secretary of would be which such adjectives as glorious,
3 structure. But you cannot maintain need." more risky to deny Europe space for "
t state who did feel obliged to financial exquisite and ethereal have been a personal .Meny--
your soil simply by feeding crops to import help and watch despair and Christmas" -
If the foreign expert had the statistics all lavished was of message. Ask your -
livestock and returning the manureto information exchanged with the pandemonium spread across thecontinent. Ivory duchess dealer
with him, they were checked chief satin strategically embellished to put some cartons of
the land. The above chart' would not long hold his job. .
shows '
and the discussion of that I with seed pearls Camels and tins of Prince Albert
particularItem But! In crystal and
a if
democracy, are'an it
the losses that occur when 1.000 you Finally was the opinion of Secretary for
ended. U not. the next point hand-mbroldered designs away you now.Adv.FOR
official: you have to live in
bushels of corn are fed to livestock.In a of Commerce Averell Harriman .
was taken up awaiting the detailed goldfish bowL The editorialist that on paintings by Botticelli. The
making the feed into milk emergency European
relief -
or I
figures which had to be cabled from train of transparent Ivory silk
quoted the late Clinton Gilbert on "can be substantially met" de- FASTER
Country XHowever I Secretary of State later Chief Jus- spite supply problems in this coun- tulle was 15 feet long. RELIEFQ

WHAT HAPPENS TO aTIUTY that phase was con- try. NEVER Hfofr
WHEN FED ? cluded without any serious casual area had not been seeded by; November ;

ties. In fact. I understand it gradually China, TooVirtually 1 because of dry weather. :

blended into the third phase Simultaneously it appeared that ?/// & */ :

which was a two-sided discussion of urgent affairs forgotten in under Europe the is press the meat production had started a down- & > ; ; .

bringing out exactly how the Paris ward trend impelled by the re-

coati report was formulated. Whether for problem of China ravaged still duced corn crop and higher feed 6eI8""
contorted in war constantly backsliding
instance it was a synthetic combination into prices. :
of various greater political and economic i Department of agriculture
I : separate view- spokes-
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ILL ANIMALS corruption.As .
CO 'TA/M PETURNED points and separate plans or men estimated that there will bea prick!Us.Tb.s.1DoubleDuty
L/5 LV AWNLAQL'IT a modicum of aid and
< whether the parts were fitted together com- cattle population of only 77 mil. No.. Drops .
TONS fort to that Eastern .
Ii nation. Secretary
with due relation to each lion on January 1. 1943-8.6 million
1 coo u.4 N. 150 L5 N. 750 Ld N. other so that they could be taken t Marshall has proposed a 300- below the all-time high of 85.6 mil A little Picks Va-tro-nal in each nostril -
170 LBS j million-dollar aid program to be ad- lion rii... head cold distress:\ fast _
P- 34 LB4 R 136 tt Pt90 apart and put together again. The ( ministered in conjunction with the on January 1, 1945. And if used at first warning aide C'Ir

LM K. 19 LB9 K 171 L S.K. Americans took it apart and, we European phase of the As a result, consumers will be eat sneeze. Va-tro-nol actually; helps to'
; were told it went together all right. I ing less beef pork and poultry next prevent many colds from developing ,
As-I this plan. year-there just won't be Try it! Follow directions in package. .
say was a two-sided discussion as much
1 beef the animals use up 60 per cent and I understand that it Marshall and the Eress At the same time. Marshall held" to go around. VICKS va-1'I.O."
at the original organic matter 25 to his stand that the suppressed report

per cent of the nitrogen 20 cent developed a common appraisal of lice Charles Evans Hughes. Gilbert, of Lt. Gen. Albert Wedemeyeron RED ACTION
per, :
plan. In other
words when
i' \the it
speaking of Hughes said
of the phosphorus and 10 per cent of : talksto conditions in China would not be TO
the potash. With careful handling was completed either American the country daily. He takes the made public. He intimated that it Riots, TerrorCommunistborne SOOTHE IT.CM

the manure (liquid and solid) will European criticism had viewpoint been satisfied had been or sufficiently the people into his confidence telling drew such a dismal picture that to trouble and terror Ba.S B OR TITTER -

returnto, the soil a high percentageof altered to achieve harmonious all that can be told and as soon fj} release the report would be harmful was on the increase in France QuIckly apply IOOthlngand com

the fertility originally contained it can be told. He tpakes no step both"to the United States and to and Italy. forting GRAYS OINTMENT with, :

in the feed. But under agreement.In without carrying the country with China. Spreading paralysis gripped the its wholesome antiseptics and na
methods of setting forth their views cer- him that is democratic controlof French port city of ture aiding medication Nothing else
handling Marseille
manure may tain "main factors" were emphasized foreign relations.. CORN DOWN workers as like it-nothing: so comforting
lose as much as half its fertility and by; the Europeans.In : responded to a genera] pleasant for externally caused. skin,
r t organic matter. In 'order to maintain the first place in normal Well that is not State Secretary Semi-Finals strike can by Communist labor troubles. 35c. Get a package today: !'
times. Marshall's
and improve the soil manure way. leaders after a day; of rioting in -
Western Eurcpe traditionally imported There was a smattering of bad which
should be reinforced by other good Many of the traits that makea one person was fatally wound
more goods from the western news in the agriculture
ed and six
management practices. These man a splendid leader of ar- : seriously hurt. KIDNEY SUFFERERS!
hemisphere than
they exported to crop report of the In
include liming the mies a strategist Italy; Communists
growing us. However this imbalance likewise- It had to do with
was corn and winter sacked
of deep-rooted legumes in the rotation compensated for by the trade be make it Impossible for him to wheat. an anti-Red newspaper plant 14% BENEFITED :
to open and ventilate the cater to a public which attacked a police station incourse the
soil reacts
tween the Far East and Western The 1947 U. S. corn crop now of -la clInIcal test by recognized
and the application of commercial) only to emotions-not 'as armor rioting which gripped th a N.Y.
Europe. This trade furnished West- stands at an estimated 2.447,422.000 in research organization
city a state
fertilizer as needed. plate reacts to shellfire. You of near terror. AD .
ern Europe with sufficient dollars to bushels a decrease of 11252.000 demanded They pti nt* were suffering {root bonias V"* ?
make cannot land a million men on a the Immediate suppres 'a4'*,KttUaa:up Bighta.Ail wtrtrrm tablet* = .:
up part the difference. bushels from a forecast bwcd .
made a sion of oa Mmr wudtcal .wt.de.,TiteM UbSe
Trials Show Secondly in normal times particularly foreign beachhead nor feed and month ago. That is slightly below newspapers "which Incite both(tunolatod kadacym(u do eae T.nti>n aid"- t
1 people to .
Efficient hate'
and **1*
clothe and care for them so they vengeance, the VtiUmd4inttl9*>9tiHairTitattdNaM* :n
in the case of Great Brit- the 10-year (1936-45) average of 2.- suppression of "organizations 10.w..(only FoJey Fill at.****!*).The rwl* =
r Feeding of MolassesThree am, there was the factor of can carry out their gigantic 639.102,000.: and far under last year's cast character" of Fas tootis U test vu 74% wm lewd ot bonus! *'
mission with and the ;only had to set at tight ootiurd a.
a glib tongue, a arrest at ep
series of trials visible income This "invisible income" record yield of more than 3.2 billion once of "all isbT time*.To sir*jrvvncU quicker.Ions!***
using a total made charming smile or a keen sense persons suspected for in< tMDfiu from ttua formal. ToUT
of 122 was up hi part of investments bushels. sew Ct :4
pigs were conducted to deter of publicity that gets your campaign their activity against the Italian tU.cn**kidaey-bUddcr) FiB from *dw
.< mine the maximum amount of held by individual Britons Hopes for another bumper wheat republic." rirt.Union TOO' find then far nor ntafiwi nr. -
the first LOUBJLE
cane on
pages VOUa; .
and the British MONEY BACK.TS
molasses that can be utilized government of crop next year received a thorough In both Marseille
efficiently the income in Secretary of State Marshall Is and Milan the
by pigs from commissions and a dampening with the departments Communists
weight of 70 pounds. Rations weaning to a other fees which the British and great planner and an excellent executor announcement that about 25 per cent unimportant seized upon relatively; ASPIRIN
contain Incidents AT ITS BEST
other nations of plans. It is to and managed
'\ fag levels of 10. earned as a clearing- up someone of the intended winter wheat acre- to
20. 30 magnify
and them
percent house of else to "sen those a point where
merchandise through the plans. age in the important
molasses were compared with great plains they; could incite violence. 'iilii V :
,- check rations containing no molas use of shipping facilities and many .
sea in these other services which it was convenient '
experiments at University OH HAPPY
.-.' of Hawaii. and practical for European

: rations The results indicate that with the this nations"invisible to provide income"for the has world.largely But TRY POST-WAR (S7ER# *i'

:; .,'.- mum amount fed. 20 that per cent win is allow the maxi satis disappeared now. Wild Animals COLDTABLETS

,"" factory gains and efficient feed util We asked one of the European Put Bite on India

ization.! Above this level of molasses representatives what had hap..

: both the rate of gain and efficiency pened to'It. The partial answerof Do you pity the poor American the animal kingdom." -
ton of human lives. ......tile........- --- f fcT. .
'ititscbe V
; of feed utilization decreases mark. coarse was obvious: With pedestrian who figures to get his Although a handsome bounty is On MWBfwBVeelCoMiWwHfcmK .

edl7s world trade at a standstill lumps from being booted in the der- paid for every monkey's bead$10 mountains the slopes of the Himalaya -c- ....., ..UfrfrfMI -

many of the services BO longer riere by; a rampaging motorist when for a male and $8 for a female- than 3.000 black bears killed more
ryY s- are being provided. And as to he crosses the street? Think nothIng persons in 1M3 alone. -
Cost of Keeping Rats efforts to end the monkey; menaceare cial anti-bear Spe
: the personal holdings one Euro- of it. up against strong religious squads now have been

s Runs High on Farms pean representative said: "B In India red-faced monkeys savage Hindus consider the monkeys sentiment -- organized Just 100 to combat this terror. 1//ujSIf/IeA?

r flats and fore the war, I owned 1M shares tigers wild elephants prowling sacred. miles from the,great me- t
mice mankind's great toopolis of MM tots III rums If -
est'animal enemies, cause enormous ef A.T.&T.. and 29 shares of bears and poisonous snakes kill Yet. in Benares children are being can be Bombay. in western India. 'RHEUMATISMHEURITI5LUMBAC8'
losses to agricultural General Motors. But they had togo more than a million persons every pushed from temple steps to of the- heard: the chilling growl VV
crops root
<' crops tubers bulbs. cereals long before the war was over ;year. their death by wild monkeys almost 200,000 man-eaUnK tiger. Every; ye ar { -
.antrees. < Indians
.c < Rats, also transmit such diseases -the Interruption of my earning IJke the traffic menace in the dais Last year'monkeys killed 107 Most fall prey; to them.
# power high taxes and so on." United dreaded of all. MCNEILS
<, as typhus and bubonic plague. States this situation at last persons there the however is
hooded ;
{ ,. It costs about two cents a day or the Still consideration another Important factor Is has attracted the attention of the And there are other hazards which its smaller glossy king cobra and .- MAGIC
of brethren.
to normal central and provincial governments nature in the raw holds for There are '*n
t $>Ci,30ayear keep rat. On ra twill trade the In- estimated
which 40
formerly; existed be- in India. They have declared the dians. Wild minkm snakes in India REMEDY
eat and destrofrom 85 to 100 elephants In the provInces -oo VVI
tween Eastern for'every
r :
.r 3 ) pounds ol.feeda year, or as much It and Western Europe. monkeys which Invade the Hindu of ,Assam to the north, and And 10 human: being BLESSED REL ,
was interesting to note at this city of Benares'and bite every; year they kill
as. consumed by a laying hen. A pilgrimag Mysore;: to the south move in great people 460,060 largo Bsteea..t .
point -
considerable a -
Saul .
optimismwas Si.
.ow produces on food"of 225 rata.P .. expressed: by the ing worshippers to death "one of the groups,trampling villages destroying : Civilization has a eMMs.sl! HtI H ltftlU I '

Europeans greatest menaces of our time from crops and tearing behind a grim at tha '. -.. quite. .z'a ways' to gt BUitHiHKUttBHRKftMttttftiiiritt

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Leave her be. m be down." .
A VOICE FROM THE COUNTRY e .hhM1M1we.M1M1e.wwM1wwwwwM1
A moment later he appeared in J
CORNER A the yard his overalls drawn hastily z ASK ME :

over his pajamas. He looked Complex Economy Threatens ; ANOTHER 1 ; -:
'THE sheepish. -
t { ; [ BARGAIN'I I "It's all right. Emma" he said. I A General{ Quiz .' J

By MRS. W. E. ABBOTT i i 'That's"Ours !our" cried pig now.Emma." "Oh. no Small Business Enterprise M1M1hM1hP.hAM1hh-AA.L.hM1M1Ir

1. Which has the most bones in
not that! (Editor's Kofe: This is the second In series of articles on current prob Its neck, the giraffe or the spar
Emma Haines wakened'with difficulty aimin to give you a piece of that Seth "ran his hands nervously terns by Louis Bramfield, ese of America's boding writers. row?

from her early morning sleep. meat" through his hair. "You see, I Just old
2. How is the game of chess?
That noise What was It? It was Emma softened. She walked in- couldn't bear seeing that hog look- By LOUIS BROMFIELDReleased
3. How stills
are illegal being
by WNU Features.There .
like water swirling rapidly down a side and looked at the meat. It big the way she did. all run down I tracked down these days?
drain. Her brain cleared and she looked good. "Watermelons must and thin and neglected. So I tradedone are times when it seems that the pattern of our agri- different kinds of

heaved her great bulk out of bed. : make good hog feed" muttered of our pigs to Slatterly for her. cultural and business life appears not toxhave kept pace with trees 4. How are there many on the White House

Only one thing sounded like that! Emma to herself. That gave them meat and I thoughtI the development of industry and technology.The ?

The outlaw pig belonging to Ed "Ma'am?" said Ed Slatterly."I could maybe fatten her up." old frontier of the general farm is one case in point. An- grounds 5. Why is the India rubber wormso

Slatterly was raiding her garden said that would be nice" replied Emma stared at him open- other is the field of distribution of all goods,but notably of food, called?

again. Probably wanted more of her Emma. "We'd love having mouthed. and the small enterprise, either retail or industrial. Like the 6. What is the "ultrasonic laun-

prize watermelons. She'd show her some fresh meat. It's very kind of "Although I gotta admit she is an old-fashioned general farm the < r---- dering" of 'clothes that has been

Hastily she thrust her feet Into slip yes" outlaw" said Seth. "May have to small business enterprise has in the I r predicted by a British scientist

pers, put a house dress over her With the help i of one of the-boys get rid of her after alL" past been a great bulwark of Amer- l
nightgown and started for the door. Ed took the pig down from the hook ican independence and character, L The Answers
"May have to! cried Emma. ,
There she was, the demon! She'dknow and cut off one of the hams for "Slay have to, indeed! What about and frequently of our economy as ,

. that bony, stubborn figure Emma. watermelons You certainlywill well. ... .. 1. The giraffe has 7, the spar-
anywhere."Get "That's too much." she said my have to!" The question is whether our pres- -' row 16.
firmly. ent complicated and complex indus- > have
2. It is said to originatedin
out of there, -
you ornery Seth grinned and wiggled his toes ,
"No..Ma'am. he said. "I have a trialized lrM 1Ili .
economyany India in the third century A. D.
creature! Emma picked the
up lot of in the grass Eke a small boy. .
and .
young 'uns. they eat longer can afford .
3. By airplane.
nearest stone and threw It with all -
hearty, but the weather is warm. "Whatever you say. Emma" be these remnants JIIM- ,-;., tUI, > .--. 4. Ninety different kinds.
her strength at the skinny sow. The B":._'" if'. 1'--
pig grunted and ran toward the hole of another day fond ,; _.. : '.'- ,... 5. Because a 15-foot specimen,

under the garden fence, which she whether the propri- '' <.. for example, can extend itself or

had prepared for herself. She etors of the general ..: ., ,,.,1:. ,. '-' ... be pulled to a length of 90 feet.
squeezed her gaunt frame under the farm and the small : -U"In 6. The use of vibrations of highly -

wire, grunting noisily. Emma threw business enterprise pitched inaudible sound wavesto
can' survive much
another stone and the sow trotted shake out thevdirt.
off down the road toward home. longer the economic -
strain placed
Emma sputtered to Seth all dur-
upon them. Tied in .
ing breakfast about the sow. with the problems CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

"She's against everything I've Bromfield of both is the ques- It a

ever seen in nature" complained tion of distribution

Emma. "Eats watermelons, of all notoriously expensive and inefficient -

things! Of all the truck I have in and in the actual process of
my garden those melons are the painfully adjusting itself. BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR.

things ,I prize most. And doesn't It is not only that the world has DOW to get FREE INDEX GUIDE 35.000
Patent. 6.500 Formulas. Seized Foreign
that cussed pig know that She shrunk: immensely In our time but Royalty. You can Manufacture read De-
makes for the melons time." also teat.SOe., &.U.....Bx.lei Waltaam. Mass.
every that the United States has I :: ---
Seth didn't say much. After all. shrunk with it The problem of adjusting AGENTS-Big money seUinc Flarorings.
Household Needs Medicine, etc. Fastest
he was more than .ordinarily fond rtb wages and purchasing pow selling. largest profit line in the South.
.. of pigs, all pigs. He loved to raise er to the prices of all commoditieslas sense, the mutt distributor iUeabtry Mfr. C... Caattaaeeia. T....

them see them grow large and con- become the most urgent one M exemplified by the corner grocery
tented from I store nd the old-fashioned generalftrmer HELP WM"TED-MEN, WOMEN
good feeding. Anyone now confronting the free enterprise
had only to look at his fifty fat hogsto system. Size specialization and eficiency ere, like the bone tad buggy NO SPECIAL TRAINING NEEDEDto
relics of former day. make S10OO.OO if you like working with
know Seth enjoyed caring for all have their bearing upon azures. You can make this much or more.In .
3 month time. Write without obligation
them. livin costs, and notably upon food sumer is not concerned with these to:
prices. SAME A. SHEBROD. B.K .... Par. C..
Emma sighed. "I'd go over to see things. He is concerned solely with
"Get out of there, yon ornery creature! Emma picked up theall
Slatterly today, if I didn't have The old fashioned making his dollar buy. much
so nearest stone and threw It with 1 her strength at the skinny sow. general as as INSTRUCTION
.. touch to do. I'll try to go tomorrow.It's farm is an inefficient unit in our possible, both in quality and quan-

simply got to stop! Those trashy Meat won't keep too long. You takeit said meekly. "Whatever you say highly complex interrelated production tity.The Send for copy BE-A of new WINNER book-HOW! TO WIN
swamp folk will have to learn to right along home." my dear." economy. So, too, is the fundamental point Is that the PRIZE CONTESTS!" Examples. Formu- .

keep their stock to home!" "That's mighty fine of you. Ed Seth hadn't been married thirty small retail enterprise competing pressures-against the small enterprises las.helpful Plans, thorough.Tips.:Ideas 5Oc Experiences postpaid. Very

It was three days before Emma Slatterly" said Emma. Her con- years for nothing. He knew the with the efficiency buying are economic and. therefore SELIN SERVICE. Box Ira NU... XI."

found time to visit the Slatterlys. It science was beginning to hurt value of silence. He knew with cer- and distributing power of the extremely powerful. In a sense, the

was two miles back to their shackat Emma carried the ham all the tainty that this was not the time to vast, well-integrated chain small distributor, as exemplified by LIVESTOCKFATTEN

the edge of the swamp, but way home and put it in the refriger- mention that he had promised the stores, super-markets and coop the corner grocery store, and the their appetites HOGS with FASTER Dr. LeGears by stimulator Hog Pre

Emma was a hearty fiftyyearoldwoman ator to cooL Meat was expensive, :, Slatterlys a dozen of Emma's prize eratives. old-fashioned general farmer are, scription.IJI.cs.laa ideal tonic for brood

and she loved the walk and the thought of a roast of fresh watermelons, as soon as they were The economic pressures of our like the horse and buggy, relics of a for sows millions and of bog helped raisers.increase Satis profits cuar.

through the fields and wood lots. ham made her happy. I ripe, to complete the deaL century are all toward bigness efficiency former day. This was before the

Several of the Slatterly children She was at peace with the world and low-cost production and world and this nation had shrunk. HELP INCREASE MILK PRODUCTION t
stimulating -lu na
were playing around the cabin. when she went to bed that night -, > -" .- distribution exactly as the rewardsof when the retailer bought his food of appetites skimpy with milkers Dr. LeCear's by Cow Prescription
They were handsome children in Early the next morning she woke the automobile industry have directly from the farmer: and food give in their satisfaction.feed. A cow tonic guaranteedto

spite of their dirty, unkempt ap up in confusion. That peculiar sound gone to mass-production assembly- commodities were not shipped from

pearance."Where's. again Water, going rapidly round line big companies which produced rural communities into the cities MISCELLANEOUS
and round In'a drain. No! Itcouldn't .d a commodity of high quality for a and then back again to the town in
your Dad? said Emmaortb' > Mazatla SBDscrlpU au... Special av.togs .
to the oldest boy. be! She .sat up. There low price. In the problem of food I those same rural communities withan offflers. Xmas gift price: lists. Guar.
wasn't another pig anywhere that costs this efficiency begins at the enormous distribution markup in lowest prices. Write now. Infor. free. C.sMr .
HIU Sales ScrrU*. c..r Hun Va.
"Paw! yelled the boy., sounded quite like that farm extends through the old field between. This markup the big food

Ed Slatterly appeared at the doorof She bounded out of bed and hit of distribution to,the retail outlet handlers are able largely to eliminate BeaitlfBl and Shoes AlligaUr Stt upwards.and Snake FREE Skta XMAS Handbags -

a shed behind the house. He was the floor with a thud. Slippers; the I Don't Forget to ComplimentThem Cycle of High Costs. by direct mass buying and CATA. We are manufacturers. Cabs Au.pt.rArUeles,155 "
a small, wizened man. Emma had house dress over her nightgown the I The high cost of food begins on shipping. The 'forces of economicsand S&.yaaa.Ca'"*

never seen him when he wasn't flying trip to the garden. She rubbed One of the most effective salesmenI the farm through inefficiency and of mass production and distribution -

chewing tobacco. She walked towards her ,eyes. It was Slatterlys sow! have ever known accomplishes his low production per acre, which produces are difficult or impossible to You Can Be a Partner

him. Over his shoulder she There couldn't be two such pigs in near miracles in business, not by high costs per man hour and resist. ,

looked inside the shed. There hunga all the world. any intellectual system but by following pet commodity unit. It continues Of course, It would be possiblefor Buy U.S.Savings Bonds!

butchered pig. Dazedly she picked up a stone to one of the simplest of all through the field of distribution government to subsidise the

"0l." she said. 'That your pig throw at the creature. I plans I know for impressing others. which involves handling many small inefficient, handicapped

Ed?" I "Emma." Seth's voice was call favorably. times commission merchants, operator with taxpayers' money,

"Yes, Ma'am." he replied. '"I was ing from the bedroom window. He compliments his customers. market rigging and at times a very largely that Is what has t / t 1 WHAT CAUSES

They like it so much they buy from spread of price between producerand happened in the case of the unprogressive s A SNEEZE

him. They also form an attachmentto consumer of several hundred inefficient farmer

him which makes it next to im- per cent. and the absentee-landlerd-tenant Answers Irritation in the AO#. Just
The point is that small retailers in the 2 drops, Penetro Nose Drops in each
systems agriculture. Bat
possible for a competitor to come
nostril, check and imifflfg almost
I hi and make sales. as'well as the great Chain stores or consumer takes the beating because .- instantly. You feel relief breath

I CROSSWORD PUZZLE .1 : AH great leaders from the begin. cooperatives are a link In this chain he continues to pay not easier quickly. 3 generous sizes. BayPENETRD
but that the small retailer is largely only high prices but also taxes NOSE
ning of the world have found that
if at'the mercy of market rigging, In the form of subsidies out of DROPS4C
they can compliment others prbp
commission merchants, expensive the other pocket.
erly and Judiciously they are employing
Horizontal SI.U.. U Next: Us.*.. an aid which is beyond priceit smalllotdistribution and multiple It is notable that the NationalPoultrymen's ,
distribution agencies (that Is, the -
is so valuable. recently
1 Silkworm 3 I S 6 7 8 9 113 great wholesale buyers and commission urged congress to drop all poultryand
When you compliment a person it
4 Colloquial: LE" merchants, the local whole-
egg price-support measures so
father shows that you are interested in him sale distributors, et cetera-each of
that the subsidized inefficient
6 Longleggedbird U 11 U Ut and want to please him. In you that whom takes a cut eventually paid poul-
would be eliminated
try producer
person sees a reflection of his own for by the consumer or In losses by
11 Pertaining to 16 17 l8 desires. And that's what makes us the small retail proprietor).. and the prices would find a lower CLEAN OIL
level to the but
sightIS consumer, one
like others-a reflection of the things
At the time the small
To vex like most in ourselves.Of same profitable to the efficient producer.
15 Printer's 19 20 1 22 23 retailer Is a victim of the economic Sentimentally, I hate to see the

measure course I am not recommending squeeze created by the passing of the old-fa'shioned general

18 One under the 24 u 26 27 2s flattery. When a compliment degen- ability of the chain stores farm and the corner grocery store.
care ofanother erates, it becomes mere flattery; it super-markets and cooperativesto
Both Institutions gave me much
is not boon but handicap to
a a set low prices because of
33 happiness and friendliness in my
18101 : friendship. You can't trust flattery.We smaller purchase and dIstribu- youth but I am afraid there isn't
19 To depart feel we can trust compliments. tion cost. Barely, save in deluxe
longer much place"for them in
21 Girl's name 34 35 36 37 any '"
This salesman I am telling areas like New York's Madison
you our highly complex economic civilization
22 Shakespeare -
the Bard of- about never makes the mistake of avenue, can the small unit retailer in a shrunken world. In the 5-Star Quality OH Fitter -r'

24 Valorous flattering his customers. set a price",higher In his end. we shall be forced to catch up Element give you double fUtn- :;:,

person "What I try to do with every man community than that of the bigger with our times by the sheer ruthless tion first, through virgin cotton ,-

2$ Scandinavian 43 4b 47 49 is find out what he wants to hear organizations, although his force of economics and because the fibers- eeond. through the acid :-

literary work about himself." he explained. costs may be much greater. consumer no longer can afford proof glass cloth Collector JTuLe : (
23 Unit ofenergy 51 52 S3 54 The economic tendency and -- '
3p never compliment him upon things pressures either institution. Trap, whichcant :
that obvious-that others today are certainly all in the -
are com- r rot jnd = ,,:
29 To rub out 55 56 57 53 S9 ti0 pliment him upon. About those direction of low costs high efficiency j
31 Compass Ex-G.I. Finds Old Army thus allow pollution w
point things he gets tired of hearing. But and the bigness which of the oiL o A
33 Symbol fortellurium 61 62 63 64 all of us yearn to have somebody them. The consumer is concerned Shirt in Surplus Store An exclusive 1
almost wholly with the goalof
tell us about some other excellence
34 Infirm of purs-one that isn't quite so ob buying the best quality for the HASTINGS NEB.-When Charles AC feature.

36 To check 65: :: = = : 66 : 67 = : vious." lowest price. Certainly supermarkets E. Jenkins, a war veteran was buying -

38 Hebrew, That is a shrewd observation on chain stores and cooperativesare work clothes in an armynavystore *UY WHERE IWU

month No. 41 human nature. I remember reading growing and will continue to do here, a familiar looking khaki YQU _:
40 Small brook how bored John D. Rockefeller was so, taxed or tax-free in the case of shirt caught his eye. ,"-

42 Similar when complimented upon his business big cooperatives, for even with It was the shift he wore throughthe
45 Also 3 Exists 38 Garret 51 Norwegian He wanted to hear taxes they still can sell at lower Solomon islands campaign. He
47 To rend 39 Covered stalls capital success. face 1lrolcenOull' -
19 Cloth 4 Unaccompanied To peel 41 Haunt 53 To put a something else. The thing he want- prices than the small Independent had turned it in when he was grad-

measure (pL 5 43 Horn burden on ed to hear was praise about his operator. uated from officers candidate schoolIn Do as so many do for skirt improve-

50 Former 6 Smooth-tex- 44 Plural 57 By household economies. And Andrew DeBar Value Paramount. 1944. Tnent-use Resinol Soap for daily

Japanese tured cheese onrtlng 58 Symbol for Carnegie wasn't nearly so proud of All of this of.course, raises the Jenkins initials and serial num- foL; enjoy medicatedResinol :; .

admiral t Tatter 43 King ofBashan nickel having given away so many millions grave question of monopolies if not ber in the shirt were in his own pimply irritatkm.RESINUL'S.

52 Small vessel 8 Plane surface 60 Wrath of dollars as he was of his nation-wide at least In certain handwriting. When Jenkins submitted -

for liquids 9 Symbol for 48 South. 62 By ability as a public speaker. states and areas. Monopoly, in turn his dogtag as final proof George
64 Part of
54 Babyloniandeity American
sodium rodent infinitiveAawr The point I am maJdng'ls that if implies government regulation. But Engelbrecht. store manager gave ;;.:

M Pronoun 10 To convoy yoU want your compliments to do at the moment, at least the con- him the shirt WNU-14 48-47 .

58 Rigorous 12 Above to PBMU Nmn V.r 4* the most good you have to ferret out .
59 Eleven It To burn ri'i'i A'S PROUD little things which the other person I
Free Licenses Give 'Pretty' Cars !
ei Swiss cottage superficially TRUAT HIS'lll : would like to hear somebody say GIRLS! WOMEN _

63 Head of a 17 To surge l AlAd1AS fL i about him. TALLAHASSEE. FLA.-Florida's Shells who wanted to help the try this H jOg'reNERVOUS

publication 20 Aloud J .11 EAL ARAL The next thing my salesman friend dwindling band of Seminole Indians Seminoles with their problems.
Shop of
66 French 23 Brother IOIUS.SIT..ATE does is to/make his complimentsring I once again win be able to "dress up Sholtz took his entire cabinet of
article FERAL.GOOD. QD true. 'He isn't fulsome about their cars and make them look state officials down the Tamiamj :

24 Pronoun EISL: RAID'BE them ever. He is truthful. He can trail to hold a powwow with the Of
Unit In *
87 .25: Glacial ridges pretty as a result of a longstanding GB CStTABI_MY? -
and be liked
BOOB. BDBBB go Into any company dians explaining that Florida '
automobile' license Wanted Do functional monthly disturb
ocean ferns
the en -
Vertical 27 ODD.DEED.QDBBBUDB and popular because in any company agreement to assist the Indians in any way *ne*>task you led Bcrrous halt W S. --M;, .
SO To etveforth .CEDE.GCBno he finds something nice to compliment plates. possible. But the Indians turned so weak and tired oat-e\cucb umr '
1 First woman, 32 Plate'of EEEEODD.BE everybody upon. The Redmen have-at least one advantage down his offers insisting Then to tty Lrtti s:.P1 ham.. VtstabU *- ;:
that .
they .JD1P"i'
fired clay Compound to r* eM .:
2 SIana:-one -, S "'ifiITotV/E/ A L liB U EISI The reason he finds these things Is over the "palefaces" in that didn't want any help from the' palefaces torn*.If*/ ma*-tot test Ttkss ncv- -'-:
*raise '
who strongly 35 To in Of U.U fi .KE .!..!J that he looks for them. There Isn't they don't have to pay -for their license 'except tree licenses to "dressup laity build rtnXham-s against Compound acb'4J helps --J.--:
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k / _ .- THE OKEECHOBEE'NEWS Friday Nov. 28 1947

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for the fart he was confined to portnnity to size up the field and The Song -
I 'Glttecqohee efuse
C the hospital in Tampa recuperat form opinions. ofThanksgiving No need to put off

Ins from an eye operation. Some of the politicos simply put choosing your sterling Pick Your Sterling

Published every Friday by the Among candidates for other in an appearance: shook a few pattern-prices Pattern NOW

e 1 Okeeekobe mews Co. at Okeechobee, state and federal offices who put hands and then bowed out while song of thanksgiving is of sterling silver flatware ..
Okeechobee County Florid THE _
within the consciousness -
in an appearance were: Dick Er- ethers stuck around. Puller War- have increasedless
of men. Those who are
BRYANT BOWDEtf ... .U n Editor Tin of Palatka and Grady Bartonof ren's stay was brief but be was truly thankful for their blessings than 3% since

Waocnala both seeking the of- one of the most popular figures at find words inadequate express 1944. Our con.enBuyaPlaceSetting

SUBSCRIPTION RATES fice of Attorney General; Ed Fra- the gathering. Bill Shands and their gratitude. Deep in the hearts ient place-setting at a TimeMorton-

IH One Tear ia advance ... . .$3..00 of MeOenny and Clarence Gayof Dan McCarty did a good job of of mantis the urge to praise l Gad plan makes it pos
Six Months in advance .... 1.50 ser to devote their lives to His service, sible even for those
.. .. Orlando who will square off for hand shaking and met a lot of JewelersPh.
Three Months ia advance LOO to repay in as large a measure as with slender budgetsto
3 the post of State Comptroller; folks but the chap who surprised they can. the blessings they have start a complete

i Entered ai weod elau matter July Ammon McCIellan of Ft. Pierce everyone was Walter Rose. It has received. sterling service. 1010 107 N. 2nd St_

!1 1. 1914 at the Post Office in Okee- candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture long been said that Walter lacked I Have we not all reason to be Ft. Pierce Fla.
I.{ ekotoe. Florida rsr Aet of March ; Syd Herlong Jr. candidate the ability to mix with people let grateful to God Even those who

\\i 8. 1179..j .____ for congress from the fifth his hair down and be one of the are as yet not entirely free of i
be thankful
their problems can I
district: R. T. Carlisle of Jack- boys. Well there .may bare been for made in the overcuni- ,
I TM Late to Classify sonville who is running for State such -a time but after watchinghim : log of their ills. Few there are I

Treasurer Ed Larson who seeks I work at this convention I for even in the darkest places of the

Br RUSSELL KAY reelection to the same office and. one am ready to stack the Senator earth, who have not experienced j I :
indication of the love of
i P.. A. Gray, Secretary of State. up alongside Warren or anybodyelse same :
Tt Florid Pr.M Association God.
Congressmen present were: .J. in this regard. He mad a : Ia the Valted' States of America
bald atlo&
preear epa Hardin Peterson of the first district mighty good impression ted plentyof a day 11 set aside for nationalthanksgiving. II ,
f at St. Petersburg last week and
and Little Joe Hendrieks of friends with his easy manner and at thus time 'c

Invited political aspirant to attend the fifth. Altogether,it was quitea his ready wIt and personal eaarm. grateful hearts join: iq pruning i EXPERT WATCH RING & JEWELRY
I and get acquainted.! Just God for His abundant J adnesa I
party. The only lady politico Nothing developed at this get-
about every candidate for public But one asks oneself. When really REPAIRS
!t office put in an appearance. present was" Mrs.. Neil Alford of acquainted party that would indicate is the time for thanksgiving? Is I

candidates Jacksonville Democratic National how these candidates will it not at every moment of our
Among gubernatorial
Committeewoman for Florida. stack up when the race Is actually lives Should we not ceaselesslygive ;
; seen milling about the lobby thanks for the fact that God.
underway. It was more like looking -
:# of the Suwanee Hotel were Fuller Approximately 100 newspaper good is AD for the indestructibility t
I I .
the horses over In the paddock
Warren of Jacksonville. Walter folks were on band to greet the of God's ideas for the presenceof

1; I Ilose of Orlando, W.--A. "Bill" dignitaries and while there were prior to a race. the Christ, for God's ever- For the BestPrinting
few editors have picked a I
Very love?
f Shands of Gainesville Dan Yet no speeches and very little politics present
man as yet and this was the first It was Christ Jesus under-
t Carty of Ft. Pierce. Colin English talked the candidates made the
opporunity most of the boys had standing of God's presence and ,
[i' of Tallahassee and Dick Cooper of most of this opportunity to renew availability which gate him powerto !
1 had to look the field over and -:
Deland. Attorney! General Tom acquaintances meet new people heal the sick and raise the dead.
i C Watson sent his regrets and stated J and make an impression while the form an opinion. While' it has He brought to mankind and dem- : --'- -'.

he would have been present but newspaper folks welcomed the opAlendr".at been generally accepted that Fuller I onstrated in his own_ life the true
Warren is out in front with Tom view of man in God's image and Jr:

Watson, a close second at the mo- likeness. The only man he recog-
nized as the genuine one, was
ment, few are ready at this timeto
God's idea, the original and im- '
concede that either one will be

I Rom where I sit... &t/ Joe Marsh the next governor. Life mortal Love.manifestation He constantly of Mind gave

: Most folks believe that Issues thanks to God for His perfect

will have more weight in the comIng works unchanged and unchangeable -
II throughout eternity and re-
.1 campaign than personal appealor
Ma pudiated the stale outworn limited -
oratorical ability. Feople are acd restricted view of man

.1 Sneezed at Cats! want concerned sound over constructive the future and intelli-will enchained by a false mortal consciousness .,,: .-. ;.t-

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gent proposals as to what will be Even though the world has been -

Ms Hoskins couldn't understand beer. Myself, I enjoy a moderate done and how it Is to be done. long in grasping and appropriating

j why she got a fit of sneeXng every glass of beer or two with friends Among these issues will be the the mighty truths he taught The
the so-called forces of
: time Harpo. the cat, came ia the but it's up to them what beverage school financing problem water i opposing
materiality have not succeeded in
.: 1'room. Finally figured shed have to they choose. control aid to municipalities a wholly obscuring the revelation of Okeechobee News

get rid of Harpo altogether. From where I sit, the important 'sales tax and highway construc the Christ which he brought.

Then Doe Hollister explainedshe thing is not to let our social Nothing has diminished the significance -

had an "allergy. Cat's fur allergies result in antisocial tion.Both Grady Burton and Dick Er- of his marvelous demon- --.--- ----

,made her sneeze like strawberries taboos. Let's not criticize the Tin made favorable impressions at stration over death; nor will men's
universal ultimate awakening to
give some folks rash. He gave her fellow who likes beer if we like the press meeting. P. Guy Crews man's primal and eternal perfect '

an inoculation she and Harpo cider. A little inoculation of tolerance did not attend and the genera tion be forever delated. When be -1

I could live sneezelessly together. can help us live-and-let-live concensus of opinion in regard to raised Lazarus from the dead -II

; I guess a lot of as have "aller happily toget this race seems to be that it lies Jesus said (John 11:41). Father '
I thank thee that thou hast beard
gies"' in the social sense.Some folks between Burton and Ervin. Personally ,
&e 'lf me.Before the people standingby : .
jut /can't stand movies or radio I doubt whether or not had witnessed this unparalleled ., -,

\ :comedians.Other folks don't go' for Crews will qualify. demonstration over death be gave f- ielhetofFl@diDl! r-- '- -- .-

Ammon McClellan, who announced thanks for what he knew to be already L" -
established in Mind the ne ,-
Copyright,1947,United State Brewers Foundation some time ago as a candi.1 deathless life of f- fJJ.. r- :-
man as God'sreflection. uu.fj
\:. ,... date'ftorthe office of Commission Then he said"Lazarus, _- :- \\b ...- -fT f- -

er of 4griculture, Is getting around come forth" and Lazarus came I--

the state and making contacts but forth from the tomb restored to '

he has a formidable man to beat life. I
Big It was what Jesus knew of
in Nathan Mayo God and man that healed the sick ,
fq Whether or not Carlisle can and raised the dead. What he t -

worry Ed Larson very much re- knew we, can know too, for bje 7

1 + Dance mains, to be seen for Ed is: firmly claimed nothing for himself alone. >
Square He said (John 1754)
; entrenched In the office, has a host "Father. I i
s will that they also whom thou '
of friends and It takes a mighty '
bast given me. be with me where I ,
good man to unseat an official in am; that they may behold my i

I as favorable position as Ed Larson. glory which thou hast given me: ':

Saturday Night The real cabinet race will be for for thou lovedst me before the ,
foundation of the world.". :
the post of Comptroller between
On page 503; of the Christian I. '
Ed Fraser and Clarence Gay. Both Science textbook "Science and nem: (CUPUY '

4 Dec. 6 men can be expected to put on Health with Key to the Scrip-I

energetic campaigns and while Gay tares," Mary Baker Eddy writes: ;

has considerable advantage in For victory over single sin we ttIctI

holding the office Fraser has give thanks and magnify the Lord \'GNIIGI ::
: of Hosts. What shall we say of L 5 MAJOR RATE
powerful political strength and #
FORT DRUM the mighty conquest over all sin? REDUCTIONS SINCE 1934
will put a tough fight. UJIDj ii71Jere. -
up A louder song sweeter than has a11 .. AVERAGE RATES FOR
If Colin English qualifies as ever before reached high heaven HOME ELECTRICITY, NOW

candidate for Governor there will now rises clearer and nearer to i LESS THAN HALF WHAT

f probably be a mad scramble for the great heart of Christ; for the 4JLJ THEY WERE THEN. ..
\ String Band Everyone Welcome accuser. is not there and Love
his prosent Job of Superintendentof sends forth her primal and ever I I I I ( i

Public Instruction. The' campaigning lasting strain." The Chriittan !

tempo will pick up from Science If .
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Fun now on and should be going good ,
For All. "P.H . .
right after the first of the year. IV TTIE CIRrriT COURT OF T ,

C\.tE NO 1053SHIT Delivery From Stock

} iy' Gratitude is much more than a D. A. ALLEN. Dofeodaot vs. n f1 :JJ t:=1 =::J ::::=: t:::= r'I. _
verbal express]ion of thanks. Action NOTICE TO APPEAR n t::::: r L ::::z::: r::=:
expresses more gratitude than D A, ALLEN. 8
Y Yea are hereby required twy ."PHrat COOLED
office ia Obftolt '-. Florida ENGINES
Mary Baker Eddy.Is ea December 22. A. D. 19 a
Complaint for
Ulrorre filed arainst
not that the truest gratitude JeB-ib I>*tri<* Mn- |B Circuit'
t .. Oketcbobee County Florida iaxo MARLOWSELF.PRIMING
which strives to widen the horizon default CENTRIFUGAL
wherefor Porno Pre Coife5
of human happiness and to make Rill be enterria against Too : the PUMPS. '
Okeechobee Ne.. UIn
h rr our fellows sharers: In that which HW.papf'1' wblrh designated this Order a.shad lIMo Both Volume and High
1 Pressure
has gladdened as? be published nce a week for four
consecutive weeks.
= f S -H. C. Potter. Witness my band sad official seal
at Otf'ftbo; Florida this I1tll GENERAL MOTORS
"f X__ A. D. 190&1. POWER UNITS I
: ( Clerk of Cll'fliJt MARINE
:i migratef, but It is mine If I do Co..ty. J"1orfda.By Court Okeeehobee;

not give. To find one thankful CONME W. RAtLEnSOS. D. C. PORTABLE H
., ? 'E man, I will oblige a great many MARY SCHTLMAX. ALUMINUM IRRIGATION

'::- 4--- i that are not so.-Seneca. Attorney for Plaintiff. SYSTEMS "

,;?. | A man of a grumbling spirit T.: I' CONTINENTAL I'
'may eat a very poor dinner from 4302 Bin Plain Drive. South West. POWER UNITS: _j
silver plate .. Mru&ent A. Wa.bl.gtoa. :
while with D. .
-/ i one a C.
.. Tea.e..b, required to Ills
your MYERS
-; grateful heart may feast upon a written appearance U my offW ia PRAYERS RAW
crust. E. P. Brown Okeerbobee. Ofceeh.bee tVu.tyTFlortor & GROVEGOODYEAR
: befor. the Fifth (JIb t day
,ir .t Jaaaarr. A, D. IMS, to the P.illof

Our thanks should be as fervent Co pUUt for diTorw filed aaleat ... INDUSTRIAL
o yew Ity Vincent BoremeL IB tk* dr.rait HOSE
_'- for mercies received as our petitions Court of Okeeebobe Coaity. -
':'oj"" for mercies sought. Charles Florida. Ia default wJwrevf Deer Pro ::3: : t::::! ,: c=
Caafessos will l ec:
be Catered aa.1aat. : ..
Simmons. The Okeeebobe Sews i* berets deiirnated i tIt::: : tI: &:::::: xrve: : : :

as tM Mrw par fa which w. .
Order shall be publisbed 6Dft .a week
: t I Cicero for four aereMive week. EQUIPMENT
< calls gratitude the mother SALES
SVITKEss ay hud and offkial seal & SERVICE
-t of virtues, the most capital of. at Okeecb.bee. Florida ,this the ..S' th It
., i day .f svember. un.
;: an duties and uses the words KABEL RAULERSON 3312 Orange
; : .. SHEFFIELD Avenue tI
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grateful and ClKnIT COCRT4
good as synonymous Fort
By CO. tIE \Y.. RAULRBoR. Pierce Florida
< D. C. ,
terms Inseparaby united In the .$EALtGo Phone 663-W < M
same character.-Bate.* G DCRBLrcx. P.
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weekend In Okeechobee :1'
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Mr. Cifford Boyles and Dorothy .; ,0 :f. : :, :--::-__ .. : .-- r.V (

Stewart spent the weekend In Cocoa >-, ., "-:<1 '. r/ --- (
risking Mrs Boyles. ,';; f..--' "
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reside in Zolto Springs where : '. ,' _
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Mr. Alderman will engage in busi- "

Mrs. R. L. Brewer was called :i
to Ft. Myers last week due to the 'I'" (
urioui lllnin of her foot year old t

grandchild.Mr. r.f .

and Mrs. Sam Williams and
family of Jacksonville were week.
end guests at the home of Mr. .
and Mrs. J. F. Louthan.

Mrs. Irving Register :was takento ,t

the Ft. Pierce Memorial Hospitallast -.--- -- :1:1fi ]
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week. She is improving andwllli
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be operated on soon. ----- :
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Mr. and Mrs. Mlton Blum and \

I son of New Jersey are spending
several days with :Mr, and Mrs.

Barney Blum in East Okeechobee. .. ff
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Mr. and Mrs. Willard Plowden ;
announce the arrival of a five .
pound'seven ounce son born Wed "::

nesday, November 12. He has been .. ,
named YTlllard Plowden, Jr.

Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Standiferand

sons, Bobby and Wayne, have .
returned from Jacksonville. While
there. Wayne underwent a tonsll-
ectomy. Little Wayne is now able
to be up. S f'I

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Mrs, J, C. Platt and Mrs. Bry- -
ant Fiowden returned Monday af- 411 :
ternoon from Waldo and Palatka
where they spent the latter partof
last week visiting relatives and

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We are in receipt of a letter < HIGHWAYSare ,, ,'. ,'. ,' "k' "
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this week from Leo Bonner In J .J : ;
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which he says he arrived in Hot : ,
Springs. Ark., X K. and is now :? : 'E : ,

taking the baths at that resort., lie : ; '

ft says he is feeling better already.Lt .. ..

and Mrs. T. D. Alexanderand < : :

children, Tommy and Joyce r SPEEDWAYS ;
Ann, from Corpus Christ, Texas, .,' ,
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were visitors spending a week in > i ;
Okeechobee with Mrs. Alexander's : \. -.; < :
mother, Mrs. Irene Hall. Lt. Alex :: '.lt': "; ,

ander was recently transferred to :' I'i
Pensacola, Florida.Mr. '

and Mrs. T. W. Bond of Lt -: ; .,t :':',..;, .i::: ., ,.' .' .
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California arrived in Okeechobeethe :1- -" ? i : : : -' ;:; j"" .. ,. i

first of the week and are .i .
spending ten days here with his ".1 "

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond : Speed the nation's mania to get there quicker) or beat the I : 2'

and family. They will leave next > "",_ other fellow to it is our greatest menace of the highways.
week for Tennessee where they :,: ? ; ,< ,
-:: will spend 'a short time with Mrs ---. .)0.,1-:. One out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. -.
Bonds family before returning to "! '. .

their home in California. ';-., ,f. -1. ; r.. -!":"' Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing. at an alarm ...

I -:.r: : .S ;"> ing rate. In Florida 561 people were killed In the first ten_ ;
This Is to announce ,that Dr. M. :.
Polak U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry t >. -:;" >{-=:.if" months of 1946. This IS an increase of 22% over a like periodin >

during will the be in week Okeecbobee starting county Dec.- ;:; "., ;f; : 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195, ;' ':3f -

who wish 'i$ :it r 34% pedestrians. -:: '
lit. All those people : + or were :
Fir .. ,
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their Bangs cows disease tested,- please T.notify B. and Aft ,. ?, ;;, ,,'-!:" .. It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to .'' -, ,"; :

Boyles, County Agent. ; take this matter personally. There are definite speed limits '. ; .
_, r in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These, ,>. '

Notice it hereby NOTICE given that the .. laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our ; <$ :
Board of County Commissioner of ,,' /
Okeecbobee County Florida will reeelve State and local Police Forces. '
tender for the parch*** of the ;:
following motor vehicle equipment:
wheel One .1 1.2 gigs op urea 2 ton truck with harlBK hydraulic dual ;, Florida is out to reduce death and maiming from automobile .\- .'

a kolas and bae flat of dump 137 Inches.body, and havingwheel Mr. Pedestrian- accidents. Your part is to cooperate by driving within ,'- '; 1--/:

rommUiloner Said tender room to be la opened the In Court the safe speed limits at all times. And rememberpedestrians : ,i '..' a a
heave e In the of Okeechobee. Florida ,
City *". '* f ? ,
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at 10:00 a. m. on the lit 'day of have rights too! -'' ,
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December. ISM7. The Board renerre SAFELY "" < _
OK right to reject any and all bids. ;
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Green Peas with Celery Bolls
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add to short done this. Peter
f It won't be long now before the ening mixture S filled with the Holy Beware Coughs O Rub in Ben-Gay, quick! Gently warming Ben-Gay

holidays are with us, and that means alternately with Gp0 Ghost, answeredthem brings speedy,welcome relief from chest-cold discomfort -
t s Dr. You see,Ben-Gay contains up to 2 Vi times more
the children will be home with their cream. Stir in : coWs
constant demands on the cookie vanilla and pea "Be it known unto you all and to trOll common methyl salicylate and menthol two painrelievingagents

t jar. It means too nuts. Bake in a all the people of Israel that by the That On known to all doctors-than five other widely

i there will bet moderate oven- name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth Hang offered ru -ins. Insist on genuine Ben-Gay the original

plenty of entertaining (350 degrees) in whom ye crucified whom God Crecmulsion relieves promptly because Baume Anatg sique.

/! : perhaps a square glass cake dish for 30 min 1 raised from the dead even by him it goes right to the seat of the Also fir Fain dna to iHEUMATISM,MUSCLE ACHE and STOWS.

j "J t' not of the' elaborate utes. Remove from the oven and doth this man stand here before ;you trouble to help' loosen and expel Ask for Kid Bea-Cay fer CIaiIdra.I .

i i 1 Variety but sprinkle the top with confectioners' whole. Neither is there salvation germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
( I to soothe and heal raw, tender
; eveningsInfrontof sugar. In any other; for there is none other bronchial mucous mem-

i the cozy Crumb Cake. name under heaven given among braces."I'ellYOtn"druggist to sell you
g t warmth of the 2 cups flour men whereby we must be saved." B bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -

ftreplace.II.ben 14 cups sugar And then follows the verse that re- you must like the way it 'BenGayCHAMPION
quickly allays the cough or you are
: there should be a 2 teaspoons baking powder veals the proof that these humble I to have your money back.

t simple cookie or Ji teaspoon salt fishermen were really Christians: I CREOMULSIONfoCOU&bSCliestCold3Bronehitis
; cake to serve. H cup butter Margarine. "Now when they saw the boldnessof

? Wise cooks will eggs, well beaten Peter and John and perceivedthat

plan to do a lot of their holiday H cup milk they were unlearned and igno-

baking early. ,Some of the cookies H teaspoon cinnamon rant men. they marvelled; and they

; {Land confections can be made early H cup nuts, choppedSift took knowledge of them that they

I rand they will taste so much the better dry ingredients together. Cut had been with Jesus." .
i for it. Then. too. most women .0.
in butter. Reserve one cup of mix b.Z :
like to make such things as pudding c-ate
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ture. To remaining mixture add The Lord Is My Helper
j and fruit cakes before the holi- x,
combined and milk. Beat well. a ; :
I ; pays; so as to relieve the strain on Pour eggs I N HEBREWS 13:6, we find this 5o
4 into greased pan about 7 by 11 revealing statement The Lord
the kitchen later on.
inches. Cover with reserved
top "
is my helper; I will not fear.
f U you're making fruit cake or pud- mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamonand

t (ding, chop the fruits the day beforeand nuts. Bake in a moderate oven, The more we study the wordsof

'i prepare your molds. Then the 375 degrees, for 35 minutes. John In Sunday's lesson-words
1 making of the recipe will be easy that remind us again and again
Brazil Nut and Fruit Sweets.
and there is less chance for error. that God is love, that we love him ; cfARRY
(Makes 36 balls) -
English Plum Padding. because he first loved us, that _
j ." % cup brazil nuts _
him made
j 0 Ji pound batter when we love we are
Ji raisins
f I 1 pound light brown sugar cup strong in serving him the clearerwe
'I 8 cup apricots come to understand the incident

t 1 pint egg milk 1 % cup pitted dates in Acts 4:1-13. when Peter

; 1 pound fine bread crumbs X cup coconut and John stood boldly before the

t 1 glass grape Juice Put enough of the brazil nuts Sanhedrin impressing\ the court ( SCHO 30.1 sicM+.t it'y ,i a0" kt+Cba Wi. KSOIVa
+ ,
; through food chopper to measure with the fact that they had been is N. 1 9 9 E.el 't'out
1H pounds raisins, floured U.a sKa r tl+ d,IIG .i+ ; I1fl+rol,a.d
yry yy
Z pounds currants % cup; reserve to roll mixture in. with Jesus.They t Ilbaois.rd f n g Mefch- ;
f Put remaining nuts through chopper r
!} Ji pound citron were not afraid because they
with raisins apricots, dates
1 ground nutmeg conscious of the and
were presence
and coconut. Mix until wen blended.
Ii k Cream the butter and sugar add Form into one inch balls. Roll in power of God. The Psalmist put it 0 '
beaten eggs. milk bread crumbs, remaining H cup of nuts. sublimely when he said "The LordIs
; jrape juice, raisins, currants, finely my Shepherd. I shall not want.**
sliced citron and spice. Steam .

n a buttered mold for five hours. I
When We Walk With GodTHE
I > Have ;you ever made your fruit a 1 GROUND 1 GRIPS 00 ,
}0 cake in little fluted paper cases for 1vK Incontestable proof of a
i individual servings! It's really very :; if the manner of life t
/ he reveals when he walks with God.
( and baking time.
easy saves on
.And this is love, that we walk CHOKE of CtfAMPJOIN
Small Fruit Cakes (Dark- ). after his commandments. This is

Itt cups butter the commandment that as ye have
2 cups dark brown sugar heard from the beginning ye should ALL THREE 1947 N TIQlS a

8 eggs beaten lightS walk in it," n John 6. When we PLOWING
!4 cups flour walk with God. in the light of his MATCHES

1 teaspoon each of cloves, allspice a'te' word what. a glory he sheds on our
and cinnamon \ k \
t 9 x 0 wayl. *
1J4! pounds raisins A group of men sat in the University
1J4 pounds currants ->- -
Cub in Boston discussing reli

% pound citron sliced thin Do your holiday baking early gion. Someone asked Professor William 'Ia x
H cup melted grape or currant Jelly by planning to make plum pudding James to define Christianity."I >
Cream butter, add sugar 'and now. Steam it in a mold I will not attempt a definition of ;

cream until light. Beat the eggs : Christianity but I can give you an \l
covered j ,
until frothy and Illustration" Ms

add to the butter sand And he pointed to Phillips Brooks.
sugar. Sift Almond Crisps. There was no argument. Phillips

: the flour and H cup butter Brooks was proof positive that Plowmen know that the '?P
spices over lit\ 1 cup light brown vital and
the ,/ sugar Christianity is something
i performance of their tractor tires can"make"or
I cut up raisins. kS 1 wen-beaten egg practical and real. and effective in ,
I currants and citron 1 cup flour everyday life.W "break" them in a plowing match. They J

; and mix wen. J4 teaspoon cream of tartar must have tires that take hold and pull-on x
Beat into the other H cup blanched, coarsely chopped
Who Is a Christian soft-groundon hard ground-on sod- '
: add
; the melted jelly.
Fin? small paper cases and bake In Cream the butter and until : CQME now to the Question on stubble. They must have tires that take a 6 FNE FFRGt! 'Op "

a slow oven for about 30 minutes._ light. Add egg. Sift together sugar the dry which always emerges whenwe full clean bite,a center bite-tires that plow ,Ct a,G+tew k. 'Oak+fooss, row.
think along this line Who is a s
Small Ingredients. Into this mix the right through under aU conditions.
Fruit Cakes Light). nuts.
Christian Look now at I John 4:
X butter Beat aU together. Drop from the
pound i
; I of these revealing
1521. quote some -
That why winners in the three
1 pound sugar end of a spoon onto a greased bak. words big
f It eggs lug sheet and bake In a slow oven national matches this fall (Big'Rock, Wheatft
1 scant pound flour (325 degrees) to a light brown. "Whosoever shall confess that Illinois "
land and Webster City. Iowa ?lM
f A Jesus is the Son of God. God ), r
1 to IK pounds grated coconut
j Vanilla Wafers. dweUetia in him and he In God. plowed on Firestone Tires.They, like most
1 pound citron sliced due H butter >,
cap And have known and believed 0
we other In these big could .
i 1 pound blanched, sliced almonds 54 contestants events, '
cup sugarYolks
the love that God hath to us. God
s : 1 pound raisins, cat due afford to gamble with "broken .
of 2 eggs not a center"tire 4.,
:;. Is love; and be that dweBetfa la
:: 1 fin pound candied pineapple sliced 1 cup flour love, dwelleth in God. and God in that might let them down by clogging up ..'i, '.

1 teaspoon vanilla him." with trash, slipping and spinning. xg
t "J Vi pound candied cherries sliced H teaspoon salt
k ..::: .. fine We are not certified as Christiansby
-'.::: H ewp orange juice Cream butter and sugar together. any man-made creed nor by any Firestone Champion Ground Grips will

-}_\,- H teaspoon mace Add egg yolks and cream again!i ritual or ceremony. We are certifiedas pe rform'or you on every job just like they '' s. ? "
Gradually: stir In the sifted flour, Christians by the direct access for
.. perform champion plowmen. They will
i _. 0 Proceed as In recipe above. vanilla and salt.. Drop from the end which every soul may have with ,
.:. Both children and adults like of a spoon onto a greased pan install God. through Jesus Christ our Great always take you through.And they will take
peanuts and there's nothing better rounds about an inch apart High Priest forever. you through faster, without slipping. That
4r )r. or easier than to include them in a and bake in a ,moderate (350 decree Church membership does not means time and money saved. .
bar type of cookie made delicious ,
) oven until delicately browned. make us Christians. Baptism does
: j '- ..;' with brown sugar. RelMiMd by WNU Features not make us Christians.. Specify Firestone Champions when you '3

Anyone may become a Chris order a new.tractor or when you buy replace.x #,

LYNN SAYS: Making: cheese souffleT Add glamour tins provided he or she Is willing ments for your present tractor. See your t s ,
by baking it In parboiled halves to confess their utter lost estate
: Tricks: nearest Firestone Dealer Store
; Flavor Improve of today.
green; pepper. and, repenting of sin believe oa

Simple Dishes When you cream salmon don't the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour lia to IH VoSci 01 Finaonttvnimg <

r ; with some tomato forget that a speck of curry does and Redeemer. Christ Is the Author ftlnJ... over NBC z

I =s fromeggs. Its different and wonderful things to it. and the Finisher of oar aalva- ... .
soup v-*'.t.4LTM TVnlini YIN I.JLI,.Cia.
;' very delicious. Bay leaf and a bit of cloves addedto tion. There is acme other name

s' When you make that chocolate tongue while it cooks are flavor under heaven given among mea

1--. pudding the children win like it tips you don't want to overlook. whereby we most be saved. i

Y even more it you pour a little oft Ever tried luscious devil's food "Whosoever .will. may. come.-

the pudding in the cup. add a layer cake with whipped cream flavored

of crushed peppermint candy a lay with crushed peppermint candy .f RR.hga sk >y tt. latcrJMocatfe. as ***atf. TONt CHAMPION GROUND

er of pudding a candy layer and Bake in a loaf or square pan and ,.,......, aosstsatiaa... Released b _

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. MUTT HOLO NiE MY GIRL IN THE ABOUT WAIT THAT'S WiT'tt A rt dering them so you will know the while the gas or kerosene heateris
f BACK OR.I MIGHT *GARDEN! IIMoHT )T? yV T h LL SMALLER ; size to which they should be being used in your. home.
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s't FOR IT When pressing armhole seamson after cleaning garments may be
s'L a lined garment, press the strained through a filter cloth and
seams open. Armhole seams on returned to the can for further

L unlined garments are usually cleaning purposes..
turned toward the garment. -
-.- A must for children during the
I 1 .. s v Clothesbaskets that are lined I apple season is, of course, their "
Al with white oilcloth are much eas- favorite caramel taffy apples.'
-- ..."' ier to keep clean. Use a piece of They are usually delighted to help
oilcloth for the bottom and anotherto' in making these, especially for
II JITTER g By Arthur Pointer run around the sides of the their parties. .

f SHOPANO BRW6 BACK WHAT JvHe WINNING TKKET } Teaching the family to wipe Well
GIVES tiCU.p J 1N CriiRTLiR/ Lt their feet before entering the r.Get

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Doe to.C td
p C 0 Try a new use for wallpaperby &.Tar
5 putting some under the glass of FOLEY'S Cosgkk eompoDd .
5t r your dresser or dressing table.
/' You'll like the gay effect.
I -
C Have shelves in the kitchen
i placed low enough to be within
easy reach. Then useless things
iII' will not be placed there and allowed -
to remain. .
REGULAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes -.-
Sit down if you can while yon POORLY?
work. It takes more energy to
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wEu.--rr r o as stand so have a kitchen stool
!ATE Z0 RENc E READY CLASS UBRARANt handy for all kitchen tasks whichcan
I Now, WTWA GOT! JIMWIIEMq I IJ hot 14T S TAKE be done sitting down. Andif
4i TNQSE 8o01CS HOME your kitchen is large enough to See how aSCOTT'S
hold a really comfortable padded
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maybe yon don't vet .6 ;,
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i OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, Nov. 28 1947
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Mixon Ellis Remember to Get Your SCIENTIST J-
} & Garage Mrs. Emma Burke Jones -

Lift! !it a lordly lane, lived with "ANCIENT AND MODERN
1 CHANEY'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS all trees the trees arc years, 'we ALIAS NECROMANCY. :

;i i Building Supplies-- en. Repairs Choice Roses, Carnations, Orchid, Gardenia, pass them one by one, at the end AND.. HYPNOTISM MESMER.ISM DENOUNCED" ;
of this lane Is a gateway through
BATTERIES, TIKES AND TUBES Corsages, Is the subject of the ,;
which all that is mortal must
Flowers for Weddings and all Occasions.Chaney's Lesson-Sermon which will be read 1
UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY pass.Early in Churches of Christ Scientist, ;

Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 House of Flowers twenty-first on the morning, while all of November the November throughout 30.the world on Sunday 1

Box 153, Okeechobee, ,Fla. 207 North 2nd St. Phone 1031 Ft. Pierce, Fla. world mother was passed sleeping the last, our of these dear The Golden Text'Ia: "Let not i;
prophets and
4 your your diviners
j 4 trees on through the gateway, an
that be
in the midst of you. deceive
; beyond: to the beautiful life ever ,
i you neither hearken to your
lasting. dreams which ye cause to be

f Joseph W. Yates HONEY She was born December sixth dreamed. For they prophesy falsely
1869 know as Granny Jones and unto you in my name: I hare

for 77 years she was sunshine and not sent them saith the Lord"
YATES FUNERAL HOME 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any light of our home. She united with (Jeremiah 29:8. 9).

quantity you may desire. the Primitive Baptist Church and Among the citations which comprise
always lived a devoted Christian the Lesson-Sermon is the
F r Fort Pierce Fla.
: life. following from the Bible: "Be
i Phone 789 Phone- 789 A. J. (Bee Man) BoettgerPHONE She made many friends in her loved, follow not that which is

sweet simple life and was loved evil, but that which is good. He

}r Prompt Ambulance Service 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. by all who knew her. that doeth good is of God: but he

f She had been in feeble healthfor that doeth evil hath not seen God"

; t many years, and though she (III John 1:11., )
suffered much, she never coInplained.but The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe

BRING YOUR THE ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON bore each burden, with following passage from the
i Christian Science textbook,
:a smile and she passed away, as "Sci-
she had lived, quiet, peaceful and ence and Health with Key to the
Needs' submissive. Scriptures" ,by Mary Baker Eddy:

.; I Printing Dry Cleaning Laundry \Ve shall meet but we shall "Divine Mind rightly: demands
man's1 entire obedience, affection
....... miss her. There will be one vacant '
1 "-. and strength. No reservation is
chair. We will linger to caress -
4' TOOkeeehofcee her as we breath our evening made for any lesser loyalty. Obed-
ience to Truth gives man power
i prayer.
s and strength. (183:21-24)
Since she's gone she's left us

News lonely, and our horns is dark and
156 and
1 i Pickup Delivery dreary but we know that we shall ,
I To our many friends we wish
meet her in that lovely home some
j wI
to extend our grateful appreciation -
where. So sleep on, our dearest '
for your kindness and sympathy -
I mother take long much needed -
in the .death of our dear
J.L.BARBERt rest and we'll meet you some

Electric Service Repair Co. glad morning at the Blessed Saflour's mother. -The Jones Family. <

t : ; Abstractor Electrical Contracting: and Motor Repairing Dentists as well as medical doctors Card of ThanksWe

Phone 155 must be certified to practice wish to take this opportunity -
I before to' express our sincere thanks
a tax collector can issue
1 C. L. Strickel,. Manager them occupational licenses, Attorney and appreciation to our friends
i SECOND FLOOR COURT HOUSE General J. Tom Watson has and neighbors for their many kind

f Markham Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla advised Tax Collector J. J. Miltonof nesses extended to us during the
f' ;recent illness and death of our
Residence Telephone 117 I II Hamilton county. father, J. R. Williams.
I The attorney general pointed out THE WILLIAMS FAMILY
"I that the last legislature passed a

law requiring those who practice
Employment in the safety glass
SeeOKEECHOBEE medicine to be certificated by a
RADIO ELECTRICOpen division of Libbey-Owen-Ford Glass
I state board before county occupa-
Company rose from 305 to 3.430
tional licenses can be issued to
i and. payrolls from $425,000 annually -
MOTOR CO. 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 them. The attorney general said
Y to 311,800.000 in 17 years since
the legal authorities agree that
: SALES SERVICE Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen dental surgery la included In the the company's first commercial
glass of this type went to market,
till 8:00 P. M. general practice of medicine, and
John D. Biggers, president report-
FOR U. S. TIRES that therefore, dentists must be ed.

I Repairs and Service all makes Radios and certificated before they can be given -
Puroil Products Ford Parts-Service I occupational licenses.
Electrical Appliances, Radio Batteries, Flashlights Tuberculosis is the first cause
< P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 and Batteries, Authorized Philco Service. of death from disease among per
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I sons from 15 to 44.

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BOOK AND BIBLE REPAIRINGJ. Help or It Will Cost You Notfclnf
Place your order now for Rose
Over three million bottle of the WILLAUTBEATHKMT >
I Bushes. First shipment will ar- bar been sold for rel.ei of.ymptom.of
Phone 95 disttstt arteinj from Stenudi
O. COWGER AT THE rive Oct. 15th. Second shipmentwill and Dwd.aat Utah due to Efts.AdtI-
arrive Nov. 15th. p.Diaestiar,Sow or UP..t
i Okeechobee Florida GastbM. Heartburn.SIpinM
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Ranges, Hot Water Heaters FormerlyDENMARK'S DINING ROOM
-FeahtrbigCABINS .
Bendix, Maytag. Easy Conlon washers and ironers. beep freeze \ OKEECHOBEE
boxes. Waynewater softeners, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson CATFISH HUSH UPPIES, :

:"' radIos. Johnson Outboard Motors Onan Light plants, Berkeley Complete Home Outfitters .. SWEET-TATERS

j water pomps. .,. All One Can Eat $1.25Also

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Phone 115 j. Delicious
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;: .; Ltquora Wine Cerdlala TIRES Also wholesale and
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nlZ"'''' Retail Cuts. Llqnara WUes Cordials

?1- STATE ROAD NO. 8 In The Heart Of Town OAKS THOMAS PKG. Next,Door To AH Night
l_r : PHONE 185-1 Weekly or Daily Rates ULMER EZELL StationPHOl13

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