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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1947
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Volume: 33-No. 30, Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Dec 12, 1947

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: Mrs. Hmit Says Okeechobee Football Game Vets To lose -- Elected President R J I Ceremony Large Crowd PrecedingPark Attend President Harry S. Truman Accepts V


} $151.00 Realized Kissimmee VeteransThe Dedication Everglades National Park On Behalf


: Okeechobee Vets lost to the Florida City, Dec. 6 2,000

From. Seal SalesWith Kissimmee Vets in a game playedin V.: q) ': ? 0 whP kw school children and as many tdultsattended Of Government At Everglades City

St. Cloud last Saturday night. ceremonies here which

The score was 21 to 0 in favor of preceded the actual dedication of I -
only 15 Everglades Dec Standing
'day. remaininguntil on
Kissimmee.The the Everglades National Park. Catholic ChurchMass
the end of the 1947 Christ- a palmetto-thatched platform deepin
local Vets will play the Miami The occasion, was the release of la held at the Catholic
mas Seal Sale, returns amount to the Everglades, President Htr-
Naval Air Station on the the new Everglades Park stamp, Church here First and Third
151.00, Mrs. Ernest Hunt com- ry S. Truman accepted the Everglades
Okeechobee field here Sunday afternoon and Joseph L. Lawler, third assistant Sunday morning in each month at
palm chairman, announced today. Park area on behalf of the
in what should be one of postmaster general, estimated eight o'cock. Special Christmas
"This represents 1-3 of the Quota the best games of the season that 600,000 first day covens Mass will be held Christmas morning federal government and dedicatedIt

needed for the successful opera. The kickoff will he at 2:30 bearing the new stamp were at S o'clock.. A cordial invitation to the future health happiness
flan of the tuberculosis and welfare of the American pea
associa promptly. tt cancelled at the Florida City post is extended everyone to at

tion's 1948 tuberculosis preventionand :
control program" Mrs. Hunt Special albums containing sheetsof C Approximately 10,000 persons

said. "We are grateful to the Local Red Cross !! the new stamp were presentedto Of Florida attended,_the gala event, many

people who responded promptly to driving their cars through the
distinguiished guests.
our appeal and we know that Increases In War Years night to be there on time.
Has Made NumberOf
Governor Mlllard F. Caldwell
there are many Okeechobee county ,-
residents who, although they have I Mrs. McCranie Is Tampa-Florida's population increase made the presentation of the park

overlooked acknowledging their Fine GarmentsThe LOYAL FRISBIE of 21.8 per cent during the area on behalf of the State.

Seals in the rush of Christmas Loyal Friable editor of the Polk Hostess To Fine war years assures a healthy building Over 100 Seminole Indians in

preparations, will get their checks County Democrat, Bartow was material market for several their colorful apparel came from

in the mail before Christmas." Production Department of elected president of the Florida years ahead, according to a Tile the deep 'Glades to witness the

Mrs Hunt expressed appreciation the American Red Cross has been Press Association at the annual Arts Club Wed.Mrs. Council of America report. ceremony, and William McKinley

on behalf of the association, exceptionally busy this fall with meeting held in St. Petersburg recently The state's current populationof Osceola presented gifts to the-na

to all sewing and knitting and Mrs. H. dther officers elected were more than 2,310,000, estimated tion's Chief Executive in the formof
who groups within the community H. Raulerson, Chairman advisedthe Louie Wadsworth. Suwanee Democrat J. H. McCranie was a de- by the Bureau of Census* Is about a Seminole blouse which the
have
committee_ In assisted her and her Chapter office that the fol- Live Oak, 1st vicepresident lightful hostess to the members of 412,000 over the 1940 figure. This President donned, a palmetto wov-
the conduct of the
; Paul Rardin, Everglades the Fine Arts Club at their regular has combined with the home
Seal Sale.Florida. lowing garments have been fin- gain en handbag for Mrs. Truman anda
ished and sent to National Head- News, Canal Point, 2nd vicepresident monthly business meeting held on building rush to create a record Seminole flag for the President's

quarters. and Russell Kay, Florida Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 3. market for tile and other quality' daughter.

Power & 29 skirts 14 gowns-13 Shirts- Newspaper News, Tampa secre- Several matters were discussed building materials, the report dis A similar shirt was also pre-

38 Sacques, 3 shirts, size 3-30 tary-treasurer. among them being the presentation closes. Value of tile installations sented to Secretary of the Interior

dresses 1 child's sweater, 3 child of some Scholarships to members in the state is expected to reacha Krug.

Light Postcard ren's sweaters and 13 sleeveless Xray Service For of the High School classes. record high of nearly $2,200.000 The dedication program lasted
The Club voted to turn over the this .
Sweaters. year.Home approximately one hour. It began
PlanA These garments more than take books that they had in the Woman's with the Introduction of Ernest F.
Mail-Away TB Announced For Club building to the High
care of the Okeechobee quota and Is Coe. who. as secretary of the Everglades
School to be used in connectionwith Society
the Chapter takes _this opportunity, Park Association, did the
of thanking each and every person Florida CountiesA the School Library. groundwork that made the park a
postcard mail-away plan After the close of the business Gifts ForNeedy
who assisted in this fine work. Seeking possibility. He was introduced by
which makes delicious refreshmentswere
it possible for session
everyone -
The National Headquarters are John D. Pennekamp of the Miami
1 to participate in boosting still asking for garments and six months schedule for concentrates served. The Christmas meeting ChildrenBelieve Herald. J
fi Florida's newest attraction. Ever- will be held on December 17th
there is still a supply of yarn on } mass x-raying surveyingfor Speakers on the program in addition *
glades National l Park home of Mrs. H. H. Ranler-
the
at
an-
was
hand so anyone that wants to tuberculosis in a number of to the President were: Interior

nounced today by C. H. Parkerson, make another sweater, please get Florida counties was announced son.Members Secretary Julius A. Krug
district at the meetingwere it or not there are liter
for Florida Power : present
manager the yarn from Mrs. Raulerson. thIs week by Dr. C. M. Sharp, director Governor Millard Caldwell, Sen-
and Light Company.. Mrs. W. D. Boehmer, Mrs. ally hundreds of absolutely homeless
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Bureau of Tuberculosis retary Julius A. Krug, Governor
I John Roe, :Mrs. Tom Conley, Mrs. helpless and pitifully needy
The mall-away cards have been Increased Rates RefusedBy Control, State Board of Health. Millard Caldwell Senator SpessardL.
Mrs. Carl Dur- little children right here in Florida -
delivered to the company's offices Utilities Commission He said that following the sur- J. A. McNeil!. nothing .. Holland and Senator Claude
Mrs. Joel Nalley. Mrs. R. who will have absolutely
throughout. the state and the pub- vey In Dade County which closes rance Pepper.
E. Link, Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Miss Jo not even a toy or a doll for
lic Is invited to malt them to Tallahassee-Increased rates for December 20, the folowing coun- efforts of Other dignitaries attending the
the
Hancock, Mrs. Christmas-unless
Mrs. J. T.
Parrish
some one In the North. Manager freight and passengers carried by ties will be visited: Sarasota and of event wete: Secretary of State R.
Society
Gordon Lollar and the hostess the Children's Home I II'
Parkerson states that his office Florida railroadS were .refused.by Manatee, January 7-16; Lee, De- greatly needed A. Gray, State Treasurer J. Edwin
McCranie. Florida to secure
H.
1f *here haa.already*;recXivtd tteiattractive the' Florida Railroad and'';.Pafiic Soto, Charlotte and Hardee. January Mrs..J. I' funds,toys,'"games,dolls,,food andchildren's Larson, Superintendent.. .of Public'
.4 postcards*for free distribution Utilities Commission. I 19-31; Ft. Pierce and Martin I wearables are success- Instruction Colin English;' and

.c 4 to all wb* .-.wish them for Chairman Jerry W. Carter of Counties February 9-13; Volusia, Hunting Season ful. State Comptroller Clarence Gay.

mailing. February 16-25. Students registerIng -
the Commission said the railroadshad The Home Society, according to

.t To make mailing easier' Manager failed to produce a showingof at the University of Floridafor Waterfowl its long time State Superintendent W M. S. CIRCLE MEETINGW.

Parkersotr has arranged a how much of their propertywas the new S semester will be x- For Marcus C. "Daddy" Tagg is M. S. Circle No. 1 of the

,writing desk, pen. ink and cards used In interstate operations, rayed March: 2-6. in desperate need of funds, food- First Baptist church met at the

V ;,In his office lobby. Persons who and how much was used only for Then the x-ray equipment will Opened MondayTallahassee stuffs of every kind, children's home of Mrs. S. J. Davis for busi-

write their cards there and leave operations within Florida. The be moved to Tampa for a survey. wearabes of every kind and size, ness and social meeting. An. in-

them for mailing. rai roads had asked emergency rate March 15 through April 21; and "oodles" of toys, games, dolls spirational devotional was led by

To make mailing easier, Man- increases of not less than ten per Orange County, April 29 through Florida's 30-day' and goodies to provide for Its daily Mrs. W. D. Coker.

ager Parkerson has arranged a cent on freight, and from six to May 21; Leon County May 26 migratory waterfowl hunting sea- family of well over 600 children Plans were made for Christ

'writing desk pen, ink and cards in, thirteen per cent on coach and through June 4 and Pensacola, son opened at noon last Mon being cared for in Its five lovely mas baskets.

his office lobby. Persons who write Pullman fares. June 1425. day (Dec. 8), Director Ben C. Receiving Homes in all parts of Delicious refreshments were

their cards there and leave them The Dade County \ rvey Is the Morgan, Game and Fresh Water the State, 'In foster boarding served to the following: Mesdames

for mailing will not have to affix Local and PersonalMr. first large scale one to be put on Fish Commission, said today. homes. special schools and institutions W. I* Raulerson, Clyde Durrance,

is.tamps-the power company will in the State. Already the goal of Under waterfowl hunting regula- in hospitals and under supervision R. E. Padgett. Jr.. J. T. Collins, -

even pay the postage! 100,000 rays is near with ap- tions issued by the federal government In foster homes. O. J. Price W. D. Coker, 7. F.

Everglades National Park received and Mrs. M. T. Whidden proximately 70,000 completed by hunting ducks, geese and Christmas gifts in money should Bond, C. R. 4Mbb. Carl T. Dur

nation-wide attention when were visitors spending Saturday in November 26, in that area. coot started at 12 o'clock noon on be mailed to R. V. Covington,. rance and the hostess Mrs. S. J.

President Truman recently dedicated Everglades City where they wentto Dr. Sharp pointed out that thus opening day.During .' I Treasurer 403 Consolidated Building Davis.

it Mailing of the postcardsnow attend the ceremonies dedicating far 144 definite cases of tuberculosis the remainder of the i Jacksonville. All articles oth-

Manager Parkerson pointsout the Everglades National Park. have been found in Dade season waterfowl hunting will be er than cash should be sent to theSociety's GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK

is timely and follows the in- i County out of the 61,821 x-rays permitted daily from sunrise until Receiving Home, 2560
Mrs. J. T. Hancock and daughter that have been read. Also", he said said. II
be
terest created by the President'svisit the hour before sunset, Riverside Avenue, Jaeksonv111eorto PRIDE
there. Carol, returned to their home that 398 x-rays that were suspicious The, !season ends Jan. 6. any one of the other Receiving Pride Is to the character, like

in Okeechobee Sunday from Ever- of tuberculosis and 255 that The daily bag limit for duck is Homes at Pensacola. Lakeland or the attic to the house-the highest
Distinctively printed In a variety and
went to showed other abnormalities
glades City where they four. Only one Canadian goose, Miami."Daddy". and generally the most empty.
part,
colors, showa
of the
postcards
I attend the ceremonies dedicatingthe been discovered, including many one of Florida's most prevalent Fagg appeals in all -Johrt. GayPride
map of lower Florida with the
Everglades National Park. cases of cancer of the lung. waterfowls, may be shot fh a d 'y. earnestness for a ,Christmas giftor
park area outlined, park scenes that while the .
He explained
Four Is the daily bag limit for donation from every man ignorance; those assume
and pictures of its animal life. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis, Mr. survey was primarily to uncover other type geese; and 25 the day's woman and child in FlbVida, for most who have the least
Mailing the postcards will attract Fish and Mrs. the unknown tuberculosis patientIn
and Mrs. H. M. limit forcoot.. otherwise many pitiful little ones wisdom or experience: and they
toursts and bring extra dollars the Okee- the community "it Is very note-
S. J. Davis, were among Possession limit for ducks is will be in tears on Christmasmorn. steal from their neighbor, because
into business houses here and who attended the worthy that many conditions oth-
chobee people and for
two day's legal bag geesesnd'.coot have eo little of their own.
elsewhere, the park commission dedication ceremonies of the Ever- er than tuberculoss have been one day's bag. r they -Mary Baker Eddy.

has pointed out. Tourists will en- glades National Park which were found. Many patients with large

ter Florida at practically all points held at Everglades City Saturday. tumor masses, patients with heart Urging farmers to buy needed I CLASSIFIED ADS sometimes- accused of

along its northern border and disease, bronchiectasls or pneumo- farm machinery now while crop Men are .; :

twice traverse the length of the We are In receipt of a letter nitis have been brought to light prices are at a peak. Joseph W. pride merely because their themselvesif accus-

slate, going to and returning from from Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hilliard and referred to (their private Frazer president of Graham- FOR SALE-1940 one ton Dodge eta would be proud of -

the park. During this travel they In which they say please change physicians for the necessary fol- Paige Motors points out that a truck with cattle body. In good thy were intheir places

V will patronize many of Florida's the address of their paper to Dun- low-up. cream separator that cost the condition with good tires. R. Shenstone. ...

business places. But meanwhile, nellon, Florida. They say they "We feet that with these mass equivalent of 315 pounds of but- I*. Jones, Box 516 or phone be

Manager. Parkerson says "Don't like their new home but miss x-ray surveys we have a potentially ter-fat at prewar prices can now 89-%. Okeechobee Fla. If a man has a right to
proud of anything. H ts of a good
::forget to write your EvergladesPark Okeechobee and Its people very valuable tumor detection clinic be bought for 171* Similarly, a TO- without -
free!" made on FOR SALE Frigldalre Electric action done as it,ought to be ..
postcards-they're much. if adequate follow-up is totlller that would have cost 615 '
Also Zenith Radioin any base Interest lurking at. i
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the patients showing tumor symptams" bushels of wheat then can be pur- Rangelarge. "
condition. See Mrs. the bottom of It Sterne. ; F
J. Hendryleft Dr. declared. wheat prices for good i
'ban by the Department Representative W. Sharp chased at today's
The proposed i Watford Okeechobee,
Johnnie ,
for Charleston 233 bushels.
morning about
of Commerce on metal! Tuesday '
scans' for packaging of beer, cot S. C. where he went to at- During the last 20 years the Fla. A new color slide projector developments

foods and motor oils tend the meeting of the Atlantic tuberculosis death rate has de- One of the most popular candidates which utilizes two wartime .,.
fee, pet brilliant
busi
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh to project more
Fisheries Associa- women seeking state office subject I
would be an unnecessary and un- States Marine clined 64 per cent among for
Is being held there this 40 men. to the Democratic Primaries next ness. Sell to 1500 families. I pictures, with greater safety
jest handicap on many email businesses tion that but only per cent among recently
; and would accomplish negligible : week. He is expected to return In 1927, a total of 81 women per Spring Is Grady Burton, State'sAttorney Write today. Rawleigh's.Tea Dept. the slides was announced Company
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results according to a: home Sunday. 100,000 population died of tuber- of Wauchula, who is run- PAL- 530-SA, Memphis by the American Optical the car- -
In
Statement by R S. Sollnsky. president -. culosis, as compared to 88 men.-, ning for Attorney General to succeed according to an item

of the Can Manufacturers In- Pride Is seldom delicate. ; it will In 1945, the tuberculosis death Tom Watson, who will not Pride' the most dangerous of all rent Issue of The Florida' Optometrist Florida

';""stitute which represents more please Itself with very....mean ad- rate among women, was 29 and seek reelection but will run for faults proceeds from want of ,official Association.organ of the
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r '-,than 4 ;::60 can manufacturers. vantages.1 -Samuel Johnson among men S3 per 1(( ,000. Governor. % thought., :I:>lU" on., Optometric


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Content of VegetableBy : making. It's one of the,most rt,

WASHINGTON. Recently there have been rumblings \\ warding things you can do and

W. J. DEYDEN from congress reminiscent of the old Smooth-Hawley days. ; without costly equipment or mate'.

Ice-dipping of sweet corn in the It was the warning from Senator Milliken (Rep., Colo.) and nail And best of all, you ddn't-

fields has been tried out during thepast Representative Knutsen (Rep., Minn.) that the reciprocal need to have great artistic taleaL

season and has proven that al trade agreements act would have a lot of strings attached to I Anyone even beginners_'can,
possibility of the losing its make a lovely ,'
corn it when it comes up for renewal next year. .rug at home. :
sugar content has been eliminated. .
The ice water on the field made it If that means that tariffs are raised again history win be repeating BARRING TIIE-WAY The observation tower of the Empire State There are nvany types to chaos ft.....

possible to dip: the sweet corn I in itself building will not 'oe used henceforth .s a point of departure for the ed Hooked. braWedTknitted. crocheted tufffi.
water immediately, thus keeping in As the-amusing illustration in this column reveals the gentlemen have hereafter by people who want to leave this vale of tear Workmen vidual woven.note All to your of them home can add .n lath-

..... ....... been busy building up and tearing down the tariff wall ever since 1913. I'' are shown Installing a. $10,000 stainless steel parapet fence about the I Braided and woven rugs lend a eozr
What will.the next section of the wall built after 1940! -look like? 86th floor tower.NEWS air bed.before Navajo the fireplace with or next to yam;
rugs Indian
TIle traae desIgnS
reciprocal agreements for
perfect a child's room -
draw; up at the recent Geneva conference supplies to Europe under a relief have hooked Early American turngute and, flaet if *'3
which rugs are particularly
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resulted suttabie
program or to lend money for the Materials needn't cost
Uti;{ .... : in a number purchase of our goods unless we en- more than a quick trip to you the ru aarfhln bat*:

; /ffJ: {.." of slashes in courage Europeans to sell to us. Old discarded sacking. coarse linen, strips cut stool
clothing
1 blankets
ftk : important duties Otherwise they'll land right back Laborites Keep Power; plus dye for the colors you and ctoos starts&l'f'
and inspired the where I all you need. '
; they are now. Even if they .
Send for our booklet
/l No. M
s Knutsen and Mil- which describes
,-< build up their industries so they are in detail the methods for -
likin statements able to produce goods unless they Ask Oil Coal RationLABOR type of rug. How to make a loom trig each. '>.
r brought forth an self sample patterns and otherwise heJo.
sell
a can some of those goods they ful suggestions.
11.a even louder'blast won't have the dollars to pay back $ Send 25 cents in coin for "New Idea
from the American what TEST: For Handmade Roes" to Weekly Neal ;,
they owe and buy our goods.
paper Service, 243
Tariff league.At west 17th erne s. Nn
'" That is why warnings that strings Clean SlateIn York 11. N. Y. Print name address wit* .
,:"t-- the present may be attached to the act have an ? Current Events ? zone booklet title and No. 04.e .
llli. writing however, Great Britain the Labor party
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ominous sound. "Strings" would Tb.loUowis'g five questions
wererejected
; there does not had been worried over &e outcome
mean either limitation on the by 32 radio quit shows b *
': be the in the southern
'G appear to any. of by-election
amounts which they didn't bavt '
by tariffs enough
can be cause re* *
: """l' -- where near the lowered through reciprocal trade town of Gravesend. frigerators to go around. //you eonanswer COMMON SENSE..

: : 1. 'S Baukhage strength of sentiment agreements or removal of authority Richard Acland. a rich baronet, them take the correct answers
:.: >.< I in favor of to make reductions without the was carrying the Labor party's plus $350, to your nearest "'. proved thousands vpca -
I'Y. tA building up the tariff wall that there approval of of the banner against Frank Taylor an ex- electrical appliance dealer and *ou ;: thousands of limed
congress particular
-" was when the Smoot-Hawley act furnace stoker the Conservative will receive brand-new refrigera.

: i :,:i >'______ raised it to an all-time high (47 per log item rolling involved.again put That an would end to start our candidate. A seat in parliament was tor. %r'i li-vEGE't'sfrLAXATIVE

cent) in 1930. not the only thing at stake. The
foreign trade and have us back takIng -
From the time of the Civil war the in each other's for election was of major importanceas
washing a
'I r tariff wall had grown almost every living. 'a test of strength between the r..r- <

i time congress acted. two parties.It .
a Ia NX (Nrare's Remedy) Tables
World's Prosperity was a hard fought battle and
Then
: came Woodrow Wilson who there ue M chemicals *. minerals
I demanded that the country be set Hangs in BalanceWhat Acland the Laborite. was electedto m. phenol derivatives NB. Tablets VK

free from conditions he thought happens to the as-yet-un Parliament by a majority of different-art d&crenc Parity ttp.uMr .
."made 1.675 votes-a clear cut defeat for -s compilation of 10 vegetable
monopoly not only built
possible
section of the wall of the drawing I ingredients
formulated
I but easy and natural" The Under.I the Conservatives. The British ; over 30 'JUaga.
will
affect the entire set-up of Uncoatcd
oc and> coated their
/ kr I wood law which brought the import world trade. It can make all the people the Labor party announced. action is dependable dsorough
yet
duties down from 37 per cent to 27 work of the international conferenceon retained their confidence in their 1. It was clearly a case of gentle, as millions of NR't *have

per I cent, was hij answer. Under I world trade and employment government. "They went thataway" when the, proved. Get 23 box. Use as directed.ws&im;
go
Harding they went up about 35 percent I for nothing and destroy any benefits Nevertheless, the 1,675-vote margin above pictured horse opera hero

,. reaching an all-time high under derived from a successful European of victory was considerably and his leading lady announcedthat
Top: Harvesting the corn. Center Hoover. relief plan. smaller than the 7,056-Vote Labor they would be married New.

::' : Bagged corn placed In large party margin that had,been piled Yeaz:'. eve. Who are, they?

.'-: tank for ice bath. Bottom: Pro- test.It has Although been an Cordell exciting Hull con as The 62 nations now gathered up in the same district in 1345. 2. Within the space of one week s .wava ..

', Iced corn o'n the market. secretary of state managed at the trade conference In Cuba Labor was still in the driver's seat crisis-ridden France had three

represent countries doing about but clearly had lost something of different premiers. Their names?
, ,') the tenderness which usually Is destroyed with Roosevelt prestige, to poll
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95 original strength. However the
cent of
per the world's
If the hem down again they were still trade* 3. What three titles did King
ears are exposed to
and the party had kept its slate clean it
i':, temperatures above 40 degrees for 1 per cent higher than the Ford. interesting thing Is that ; George of England confer upon
Ji'f, ', a matter of even a few hours. The ney-McCnmber act raised them although Russia and most of her lad not lost a single by-election Lt. Philip Mountbatten before his

fi11: $, tests were conducted: by the University under Harding. Under the agreements satellites refused to attend two since it first was swept into power. marriage to Princess Elizabeth, t i y i WHAT MAKES
It : negotiated by of the countries under the Influence Perhaps one reason for the Laborpart"'s YOU;
: Secretary
: of llinois! ;
;: in cooperation of Moscow-FInland 4. Gen. Omar Bradley will replace '
and continued popularity was QUIZ
Hull our exports increased but SHIm.nI.I&
o-r ,!; with A & P stores. Gen. Dwight EIsenhower
foreign competition for various Czechoslovakia turn ape that despitean else it was doing
4:4 as army' chief of staff. Who will eri Infection f
reasons did not take a good job of distributing equally ariaspossogm. 8
advantageof Thereby hangs a tale. It Is 'believed replace General Bradley as headof drop Penetro Nose Drops IDacl1DO*- ,
to, Tapioca Starch Made the situation to any great ex by some keen observers that what food and other goods were Veterans administration trfl check sniffles,wee ndoc watery ;
tent. There was no'avalanche of available In Britain. The food rations flow that helps spread infection. You ,
t i. From New Waxy Corn "cheap foreign goods" to contend despite all efforts to kill the European of the poorer people were approximately 5. At a recent meeting In New breathe freer feel relief quickly Get -;
A substitute recovery plan the Soviet Union the York the subject of oncology NOSEVtiiiRi
for tapioca starch with. same AS those of was PENETRO
:.. now Is being made from waxy corn. knows very well that if it works the 'rich, and that fact continuedto discussed. Would you say oncology :J
< ,Pc.' It is enough like The/Democrats in the pre-Wllson it may be to her selfish interests to carry a lot of weight with the Is the stndy of (a) shells (b)'

, : the real tapioca era always were banging away on get on the bandwagon at least to mass of voters. tumors, (c) fossils (d) snails? 3
<".!-' this issue and there were many the extent of lifting the iron curtain

;:' used to have been colorful debates. The low tariff advocates high enough to get some of the OIL RATION: ANSWERS

successfullyfor had to resort to all sorts of much-needed goods from Western 1. Roy Rosen and Dale Evans.
8' a few pur means to get a hearing because they I I Europe. under it. And the_ way that Anti-Inflation 2. Paul Ramadler Leon Blum. Rob' iii1

;::-.--; poses formerly were backed by no special Interests. coma oe managed" would oe to have When President Truman in his ert Schuman
considered the 3. Duke of Edinburgh Earl of Merio. -
rightful domain Their "client" was the vague and some of the Soviet's "friendly countries" celebrated "10 points against tofla- neth. Baron Greenwich.

anonymous American consumer. in on any advantageous trade ion" address to congress asked for t. Carl R. Gray vice president of
' The of tapioca. The high-tariff pleaders were able deals that might be made. Western limited authority to impose ration theChlcago and Northwestern railway TRAP -
particular type of waxy corn 5. (b) Timers.POSTtiIASTER.
'j was discovered: in China to present their cases armed with Europeans say that this would be and price controls on basic commodities *
by an
'''1' ; American the best legal talent available whole the most effective way to break it was taken for granted
< missionary. Seeds
were libraries of statistics and a thorough down the Communist grip on these that food
they
were commodities
sent to the United States 37 : :
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countries.
L ago. From this seed has been developed industries alone.
: .' Meanwhile It Is realized In First indication that this might Hannegan Out

} a satisfactory waxy hybrid. another great advantage in the Washington that this country not be a correct interpretation of Robert, E. Hannegan has eased
<, number and geographically diverse cannot carry out Its
far-Gang Mr.Truman's
proposal came when himself out of the public political
, ', j Farmers Urged to Pay industries fighting for protection for foreign policy unless that policy the department of interior. asked
; their Is sold harder eye.Little
particular productEnough than Communist
'. congress for power to fix price controls more than a month after he
--\.-: Cash for Machinery special interests needed propaganda Is selling Its brand and rationing on coal and oil had quit his job as Democratic national

' ; '; In many cases it will be good enough help. .from other_ special Interests of bortsch. as part of the anti-inflation program chairman because of 111
i': <, business for farmers to spend more so mat log rolling was easy- I Good salesmanship begins at health-he turned in his resignation ACs aeidproot !#lau cloth CoOre- ':"'

,'.' money for labor-saving machinery. there was usually a majority foreverybody's home. And a lot of salesmanship is Oscar L. Chapman undersecretary as postmaster generalTo for Tube Trap is an exclusive- '

. .- '. ; Many farmers are now in position gismo. That'is' why the needed right here. I rode down on of the interior told the house replace Hannegan as head of Star Quality" Oil Filter featare.Co"t .

': ._ : to pay cash for machinery By pay only practical way trade agree- the trolley with a very intelligent banking and currency committeethat the nation's post office. President rot and thus allow poQo-- ,1
r -" .d, Ing cash, they avoid the risks of ments can be reached at all is to secretary to a congressman who : grave shortages and price ad Truman named 62-year-old Jesse M. tion of the oil ,
r: ws having to pay this year's debts have them negotiated like any other stream. One of iffy,
, ;-. : out said to me: "I wish I knew what the vanes were threatened in the two ,- Donaldson, first assistant
of next year's income. They know international agreement, throughthe Marshall plan was all about. basic fuels. :' postmaster lOsapetqualityy t ].
that debt payments which seem state department, which has no There was no way of telling he general who ba AC features for i >;

reasonable at present incomes regional strings to tie It down. President Urges said whether such controls actually 42 years In the Shad utmost engine '.,

could be too heavy if income fell Right now' the consumer is being Savings Bonds would have to be ,imposed but he ":4 1t'," postal service. It protection. -:
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off sharply heard from in no uncertain terms, Speaking of salesmanship the insisted that the government should -"A was the first time

' -v- With increased shortage In labor and any argument for lower prices President is believed to have given have authority to do so, just in ckse. .: ..;. a president ever BO*WH R! YOU SEE THIS sut* g'c
;: and the high "
cost wins
of labor a bearing. It is not probable that <':
':Y many the green light on an intensified sale congress .., .j had dipped into the
,: ;
', ; farmers will find it profitable to That is evidenced by the speed of one of the important anti-inflation will give the government power to 4. .ranks of postal I :
;>' gear their purchases of machinery with which congress tackled the control oil and coal but the fad '< "career
'i<-,:'" toward those that offer the most In anti-inflation suggestions presentedboth measures recommended- in his dent serves to reflect the current < men'fill to
when he said the
speech : top job fa
,;:' labor saving. by the President in his message point of view of the administration the department. Relief At LastForYourCQiigh

of November 17 calling for a Another effective weapon that a return to wartime rationingand Donaldson DonaJd.on is

,{ Home Refrigerators 0-point program and those offered I against Inflation Is Increased price controls Is the quickestand the men who came up the hard oneof

by Senator Flanders of Vermont and savings by the public. Every most effective way to buck fa way. His career with the service began
Supplement LockersThe other Republicans. dollar that Is saved Instead of flatten. wiu IllS -
appointment
Idea of supplementing central Despite considerable influential spent Is a dollar fighting against President Truman disclosed the letter carrier to Shelbyville as a city
locker plant service with home-type opposition the Democrats took for Inflation. In order to encourage policy first fa his speech at the open- m., fa ttmse Creomrdfleves prmnJt1f: be-
It of th
goes tignt to the seat
refrigerators that include compartments granted that at least four out of the'resident's additional savings the government tog of the special session of con- 1903.Hannegan.. meanwhile, had trouble to and expel
for freezing and for storing ten points had a good should Intensify its vigor gress. The interior department's request of going into no intentions germ ladeD phlegm and aid !2att2re
-, chance to be adopted. efforts to sen for control retirement. He to i soothe heal! to
frozen foods Is one that appeals to In fact one. oua savings [ of coal and oil has purchased and raw tender
a
substantial
farmers who authority to ration certain foods already bonds." probably was a planned follow-up. interest named bronchial mucous mem
are equipped. with elec had been in the St. Louis Cardfnab.WORKIN' braves Tell your druggist to sea 7ott
tricity. suggested-by a Republican I a bottle of Crcomulaion with the ustierstaaamg -
Larger frozen cabinets now are -Senator Flanders. you mast like the way It
available for farm use In which a None of these points Involve ON THE RAILROAD Quickly allays the cough or joa ale

large part of the winter supply of tariff cats. however and those to have your money back. -

frozen fruits vegetables and meats cats already made trader the CREOMULSION -_

< may be stored. In some cases It Geneva agreement are still Car Shortage Passes Peak ln Coogn .Cn tCodg.BreadBfeiHighSchool [ : -_ ,

still may be advisable to use community largely academic because most .. .
or co-operative locker foreign ?
plants countries aren't to a -- ;:
for the larger amount of frozen foods position now to produce for export I I About the only good thing that can monthly by June and 10.000 by Sep White House directive -
needed. te any great extent be said concerning the railroad tember rate to obtain a Graduates t

I Next freight car shortage Is that the The quota was not met; and .although 1W8.of,15-000 almost double can mon themSt July .,'. :
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aession'we can expect them worst Is the steel
probably over but the pres- industry says that out-
Proves EffectiveIn to be debated.So put. He said he had :
Drug ent inadequacy will hang on for a it has supplied the necessary steel from the commitment CHOOSE YOUR CAREE. "
Iron rr:
far there and :
have been almost asm&ll3' long time. car builders contend that the Steel Institute for
Tree
Killing Borer shortage
22 :
a ;
When applying paradlchloroben- of the reciprocal complaints trade from agreements supporters Despite promises Investigations for several programsand years. cured.still.has not been completely menu per for cent new increase car production.in steel allot. IN. A now.:. :. x.?:

sene to kill off tree borers take a act as from its opponents. Its most there are actually about 41.000 fewer There was one sign, however The ear shortage has slowed Ni. <
that PRO
hoe and pull the soil back from b. enthusiastic backers the down 1L FES Si
i iepeII
charged that It freight cars now than there were at might Indicate a turning of the tide. country economy. At the .
tree'down to the crown of the rod had not been pushed hard of loadings In peak .j
enough, the end of the war In September the railroads October the
system. Scrape off aU gum and that the state reported dally average Ie aJrla .uiJe U. ,
department
had
shortage .
not
Attempts to 7.183 new =
place the blame for installations which was 39.430
: loose bark.Then pull the son backup used an was cars. Cur- high-.eLool d.atea acI
of the to f
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power which it had rently it Is
the 668 about
situation seem to be more cars than 33,000.
futile. were retired :
around the tree to a height of for fear of arousing the college girlsme..ppartaaiea :!
animosity American railroads have had 100.000 during that'month. Small as it was Despite these shortages .
about six to eight inches and which would cause its the rail every
repeaL cars on order for time. Car It was the first roads
-.: smooth off the top of 'the moon d. At present, those favoring a freer builders have declared some that steel was months./ net gain in & are handling more carloads of yew Sattk*ftudca........ -i,:.

'- Then apply one ounce of paradichlorobenzene flow of trade are in a better position revenue freight than they have -bet* .;f'
not available. A program formulated CoL J. Monroe Johnson, director Ifnce'August prepftnufaM for both career MNafc
: for a tree that'sthree over to their 1930. when ,
urge cause because ills the marriage -
of the
evi- In February of this year called office of defense transporta number of ;
years of age.' dent Chat we cannot continue to give for an output of 7.000, new .can_ Son, .said he Is proceeding under a available can wu X000- 'eater'now. foe'... ..-. .
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7HEROD Extra Gifts LYNN I
lady in the purple

issued what order in regard By Baking GoodiesIn fingered every necktie s

to children at the time the and had Rusty if I
baby Christ was born? Home Kitchens the clerk- pull some

boxes of assorted neck
RAPHAEL is famous for what behind the counter r

type paintings? Tossed Rusty a dozen times S J
Baked not he
thought green
BERLIN wrote what famous -
IRVING with blue and finally
Christmas carol Recipe away from the tie bar

CCROOGE was the villain and heroin her underlip and mum-

.J what Christmas story milk. about not wanting
S sifted she wasn't just sure

TWELFTH Day or Twelfth-tide and three dollars was more

countries is celebratedas der. Fold to spend on Henry \ '

what special day and dates.

into a He forced a smile %
OF CHRIST is the literal
MASS on the next customer.
greased I
meaning of what word
bake 20 heaven too. he thought _

ADESTE FIDELES has an Eng at 350 .' have enough on his \

name what is It? Cut into ,-enough meaning one l
slices: cute bit of femininity .e i. ,
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NICHOLAS is the patron .C
SAINT powdered the number one .

of what country Cookies make a> wonderful boll- : the large loop depart y. .

day. gift! Wrapped as clamorously Miss Annabelle Toodles.
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ANSWERS: as these they'll solve many a cup Five foot two. But it
,{ cup
(O Comet was one of Santa's last-minute gift dilemma. Set a 1 egg the person of Miss Too iU l

reindeer box: under the tree as an extra 1H was thinking about. 2.c ,
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(HJ-Herod ordered all children gift or take a box: of them to Ji the fact she had only ..
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purchased a red and -
under two years of age killed.RRapaers your neighbor. Ji I
dot tie from him. II-1c Don't miss the Fan and Wister Issue .
( paintings of Madon These are extra-wonderful days In % cup of FASHION oar complete patters mag
a tie that will look well
% 172 azine. Special features to mat
outstanding. easy
nas are -
the kitchen for there's a hustle and hair" she'd said dim- J styles free pattern printed Inside the _
(D-White Christmas.S bustle of activity warmth and Cream 12.20 book. Price 25 cents.
Dickens' gether. ., L_ Send your order to:
( ) In Charles "AChristmas cheer mysterious smells of some-
CaroL" thing good and the swish of.gay and tartar and : Tailored Outfit

(T)-Twelfth Day: in some countries cheery wrapping paper and ribbons. in nuts. A young up to -the minute SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
538 South Wells St. Chicaco 1, El. -
about 2
pair for the fashion-minded -
and by some churches is observed Yes we're getting ready for 7
Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
as Christmas. Christmas. But it's not just the holiday wrap each miss. This pretty blouse in the pattern desired. w
in Gibson Girl manner has shortor
(M)-It is the literal meaning of"Christmas. feast we're Pattern No cis- ,
preparing for. i unwrap three-quarter sleeves a prim
since kitchens thick. tailored look. The full skirt swingsout Nam- "_

(A-The English title for Adeste also may be put sheet in a ever so gracefully. A "must"for Addres_ I y t 's
Fideles is "Oh Come All Ye Faith j ) for
grees this season's wardrobe.
.. to work to make .
ful. those wonderful golden 4
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(S)-St Nicholas or San Nicholas home-made presents y Pattern No. 1720 7s designed for sizes
is the patron saint of Russia. homemaker 12. 14. 16. 18. 20. Size 14. blouse three-
every quarter sleeves. 25i yards of 36 or 33-
appreci- 2 inch; skirt IT, yards of 54-inch. .

Weal Santa Clam ates so much. JJ cop Gift Aprons Sure helps you

Answers Final Call and Of candies.particular You'll interest want are to cookies make *Ji i cup cup : THESE gay yet practical bib i
aprons are ideal for kitchen shake off COLDS
Thousands of children will miss some of your own for the holidays. }J chores or hostessing. And such
their "real Santa Claus" this year. so why not whip together an extra 1H
sewing that they're the per-
During the past 12 years he has batch and give some to neighborsand 2 cups easy
fect gift idea for showers, spe-
dandled four and a half million 'of friends? There's no better way )4 cup cial wardrobe.
heir letters and packages. He cannot of expressing warmth and cheer gifts, your own say thousaids'about ;
I Melt Trim with novelty braid or bold Rf p_
be with them this year. H. has than something made by deft hands I of double ric rac. good i
Answered his Master's call and a heart-load of good wishes. gredients -. < C .

I Last April death claimed OscarL. Here's a taste-tempting cookie : tasting! SCOTTSEMULSION
Pack eyes bulged eat. The Pattern No. 1715 comes In sizes 14. 16. -
Phillips postmaster of Santa you'll want to include In your cookie pan. tie! 18, 20; 40. 42. 44. Size IS requires 1%
daus. lad lie was :yery real to the collection: yards of 35 or 39-inch; short apron requires ,
I top if
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children of America. He answered Henrecies. 1425 hair and brown catch u them hug often on,or'mayfc you ."

heir letters and that Makes Z1A dozen 2-inch cookies) don't enough attara AAD
saw ,their requests ( Fool, turn you vet ,
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Vitamin food. Then start taking -
had red hair. Red hair of the most vexing questions
Vt cup batter or substitute squares. tartar Scott's Em ltoBl 8.. bow .
1'J J4 cup brown sugar warm. parsley:1 And here all the time facing women shoppers every promptly it helps Break op a caW and s;
Christmas is: What shall I get for helps build you op._you fed
2 egg yolks -
Scott'to
1- t year own *)f **! I
1 ) ,, 'J. I I 1 teaspoon vanilla all off the floor manager him? The perfect solution for every a HIGH ENERGY FOOD c
male is quite a problembutso TOmC-rich la MferI AAD i
2 cups cake flour made the rounds an Vitamins and eer -baildiIlC
1 teaspoon baking powder ,would remain open far this seems like a perfect S natural oO. Ee DomIca1. Bar it,;
1 cup ground nut meats Nine o'clock on the choice. If he's a cigarette smoker I today at roar drug stares ,."

; }i cop whole bran Christmas to accom- give him a carton of cigarettes.And 11 MOlE than just| a tonic-
minute shoppers. It was if you wisely choose Camels
Blend butter and sugar; add beaten i'jpowerunourujnenHSCOTT'S
Nine o'clock and he'd -he'n be twice as gratefulforthat's
egg yolks and flavoring. Sift flour
the week before with probably his own brand. Allover
baking powder;
America-more people are
They were going to take EMULSION
add nut meats.
show and wind up the smoking Camels than ever before!
Combine with at the Aragon. But Now if his highness prefers a pipe

o first mixture.: more interested in brown -give him Prince Albert Smoking 1

a / ChiLFormdough ".. eyes if she'd sold Tobacco-the National Joy Smoke.
into egg-shaped he didn't Special holiday gift wrappingsmake
well
care SPEEDED-UP COMFORT
Cif
o balls. Roll In stayed open until mid both Camels and Prince Al- J -
were complied with. He had whole bran which her right. She'd have bert particularly desirable choices. so-called

the local American Legion as hIs has been crushed Camels are conveniently packed
helpers slightly. Place on -ten packs of flavorful mud ciga- KIDNEY SUFFERERS
these are all the ties
But the children of America will greased baking sheet ,Bake In a Of rettes to a carton Prince Albert Backaches,leg twins broken sleep,palatal p -
not be neglected this year Walter moderately hot (400 degree) oven none we haven't got any is handsomely wrapped in one eac"usually.go so much quicker ifvo*nntcfc
tucked to Foley ith new
Van Winkle k friendly man who for 10 minutes. Note: Whole bran candles. away any pound moisture-proof containers. .timaAt JafxUh kidnvvs;theDttilYBll' r j i
felt like
'worked with Santa Phillips has may be added to the cookie dough dients you. Rusty Even a card is unnecessary for IRRITATION.lh f.the cae of rnortMia '
of cookies In whole concoct if the woman couldn't *,kchcn, vrxw _WuQM tvWy WM M :
taken over as "acting chief Santa instead rolling of these ts-space is provided fora .hiup. So for quiver longer-iutun relief, J
tie she liked out
Ind." Santa bran. and personalized Christmas *aeO bioddtr M..U u.umuUt*kidney actioB, i I ;
of Santa greet- .
daus Claus laid out in front of her Do this: ns. Foley (the new kidacy-btaktar) I '.
Van. Winkle and his many helpers Chocolate Drops. presents. well he'didn.t know ing. Your dealer is featuring holi Pills they also ban direct MdaUT.tk*actio aoe : =

started work in October working 20 (Makes 2Ji dozen 2-Inch: cookies) but he was fed up. day-wrapped Camels and Prince them bladder.tar more A*.yoor. fsctory.drowprt.DOUBLE Unlew yon YOU&find I

hours a day day after day in order 14 cup butter or substitute H become meaning Albert now!-Adv. MONEY BACIL I k

that good little boys and girls wouldbe *4 cup brown sugar Ji cup dragged on.
cup
happy even though their Santaof 1 egg, beaten
H cup bow Annabelle
former has been promotedto chocolate IUs
years 1J$ squares
H pound But he didn't have time
a ,more important duty. 3 tablespoons water
that because Anna- Send for
Combine
14 cup sour. milk standing right In your,
1 cup whole bran degrees

,jIent 1igbtl 1 1 cup teaspoon flour baking powder carefully over a break.. smiling.Wasn't it mean FREECOPY -

3 4 teaspoon soda before manager to make us stay
we had a date?** !
vent them .
J4 teaspoon salt

3Iot'( igbt! H cup chopped nut meats "Mmm his eyes hn;down*' he on mum the of this valuable booklet!

Cream butter and sugar add egg. 1 cup talking like there J
More than a hundred :years ago melted chocolate and water. Beat .1 cup was i
Father Josef Mohr. pastor of the well then add sour milk and whole *4 wrong. Just as if she'd It may save you lots of money! It tells why ;

little Church of Arnsdorf in Austria bran. Sift flour with baking powder Ji thought of another man farm tractors tracks and cars "born oil"and ---

was returning home late the night soda and salt and add to first mix- H lose power. It tells 7 ways to restore original

before Christmas Eve. He loitered ture with the nut meats. Drop from Cook got to dash back. See power,lengthen engine life,save oil,save gas.

for a moment on a bill overlooking teaspoon onto a greased baking degrees ." It's yours FREE if you mail a postal card today

bis home village.It sheet.. Bake In a moderate (375 degree the ." to Dept.W 12,Sealed Power Corp.,Muskegon :

was a beautiful starlit night ) oven for 15 minutes. warm. They were an alike. He Michigan. IHtMOOAUr> fHGlNEEtEDn
and he was Impressed with the exquisite Knead sullenly at the retreating wF
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stillness that Covered the. Date Favorites. balls and slim brunettes eyes

scene below him. His peaceful reflections 14 cup butter or substitute balL past her trinf waist to SEALED POWES f >$TOH RNGSMEOTHOUCTUM Y.

brought to mind the silent 1H cups sugar Why Rusty eyes 4 7 .
holy night when Christ was born in H teaspoon soda 1 box: The polka dot tie .
Bethlehem. Inspired. he wrote "Si 2 tablespoons water U ) neatly tied in a bow

lent Night-Holy Night.** Impressedwith 1 cup buttermilk. Lay the of her head holding the

the beauty of the poem his 3 cups flour table and. hair in place. 'And all

frknd. Franz Gruber; put it to 1 teaspoon salt a'gash thought. CESTCOWa
Eve, while 1 teaspoon baking powder ** he be
music and on Christmas a nut grinned as
Franz played Father Mohr sang 1 cap nuts chopped hickory or into a gift box for a far and iiy'the TWWSa

"Silent Night" to his congregation.From 1 CUP dates; chopped and press at the counter.

that night on the beautiful Powdered sugar fingers wear you for years. :

strains of"Silent Night" have fled Cream butter and sugar. Mix soda chocolate going to like it And wee. s _

the air throughout the world at with water and add to the buLTJI."N Christmas**

Christmastide. Al
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Serve lion d'onevres
Firecrackers Used With Hot Vegetable Jolee Mash cheese Christmas"


At Christmas Time nice Cheese to nibble spears with are hot easy tomato to make Juice. shire they say "Joyeux

Celery Russia they say "Rozhi
American cheese on
cube of
In some southern communitiei Spear a celery. 3 .** and In the
fireworksare toothpick with a walnut half anda i6L7EMTTNOLATUU min the two famous
firecrackers and other a with salt "Merry Christmas. U/ y Menthol _
used at Christmas time. Firecrackers slice of sweet pickle. JVlentbolatum ingredient, ar*.
well with hot parsley. I* but the instrument gentle to chJhTvdeeieate aenwU-
had their origin in the Ori Pineapple spears go Mother,when coughing a
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universal feeling oa spasms work fat to help
akin-but
th cube of pineapple Green they c
In During Spear ac kyourchiJd.bodY8.Jd1ea"
China. cider.
ent. 'probably .
teceDea*.
And wherever loosen ease
congestion
cheddar cheese swiss Day ; -
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and lessen coaghtBg.
V4 civilization has left Its ,.
him
cherry. to breathe-quIck I caU
with a
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top
into and used and
Italy on -
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other religious Marinate
Christmas and
lips rescue Comforting Camphor and I IHiUTrttt AH SWf frK .
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rivals The custom spread to Spain t- thin

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r addition to FferMana.NOTICE ing one out of every- 12
; ; Rom where I s it'... /r-J Joe Marshi'"Tumble ; j After a severe defeat'by a raiding The death rate Is three and one-

Published every Friday by the I tribe, medicine men 'Who had I half times as high ,as that of
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeeehobee i always been jealous of Ortiz. persuaded TO ArrnUt wfeites.-
Okeechobee County. Florid i the chief that the defeat To:
I I JOSEPHINE BOROlIEI.I .
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BOWDEN ... .EditorSUBSCRIPTION 4502: Blue Pas Drive, Soatb West
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Terrible RATES II. him condemned to death. Too are hereby repaired to file ywtrwritten
I appearance in mv effire laOkeeehotH Diamonds-Watches
One Year in advance .-. -..--..$3.00 But Ortiz escaped when warnedby' *>. Okeeebobee County Flori-
advance ..... 1.50 He I da on or before the Fifth In the chiefs
Six Months -' daughter. join- ..
downin f A. D. JS4S. to the Bill of
Ben Ryder is back! After twenty says,"how a town can get run Three Months'in advance .. .... 1.00 ed another tribe and years later Complaint January for divorce filed -against
Ben slrcfTLORTQR
years in Capital City. Ben has retired twenty years! And then yon by Vincent Boromei. In the Clr-. \ k
out of his cheek class matter July was rescued by members ef this fait Court or Okhe'Count,.
second
and come to enjoy life in the takes his tongue Entered as Florida, in default whereof Veered Pro :
De Soto
family house on Maple Street.First and tells as how proud he is of the I, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee Expedition. Cnnfesso will be entered acsiast you.
atmosphere he Florida, < er Act of March The Okeeehobee News la hereby designated -
thing Ben does is write us orderly,law-abiding chobee According to :Mrs: Douglas' this as the newspaper in which this
complaining how Our Town haschanged finds here. B. 1879. lucrative was trait Into English Order shall be published once a week
for four
"Why, there's no mud in And from where I sit, you can in the 11th century and pub- WITNESS my Sindd oflfelal seal' + ,
.the streets to sink up to youruklu point to that growing preferencefor Too Late to ClassifyBy lished in London. "Everglades, day at Okeeehobee of
1 Inl"! he 111":0- pistol a moderate,wholesome glass of River of Grass" should have a MABEL BAULERSON SHEFFIELD.
t Vending in the squareI r No beer as one reason folks in Our RUSSEtL KAY place in the library of every Floridian CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. '
By CONNIE W. KAULERSOX. D. C.
(moonshine liquor or Saturday Town art so temperate,and neighborly Twenty-four years ago when I and It might well be used as (SEAL) 1

night brawl! Nothing to do but and wall-behaved. was on the staff of the Florida a text-book in our public schools. I Attorney G. C. DCRRAXCE.For Plaintiff.: 107 N. 2nd St. Fort Pierce
!jsettb for a temperate glass of beer Grower It was my privilege to I

In a law-abiding tavern!I" 8celJt( Join a little group of adventurers .

"Turrible,turrible.tumble,"Ben who set out to blaze a trail from

west to east coast across the Ever

t United State Brewers Foundation glades.
Copyright,1947,
:; The purpose was to develop pub

licity and center attention on the $3,500.00 COWBOY 800IS-51,192.00 SADDLE

proposed Tamiami Trail. At that

time the Idea of constructing a
BRIDLE AND MARTINGALE AND
: WARM {(ECEPT/ON'FOIl A COLDHere's WAVE! paved highway across the heart of :

.. .. the 'Glades seemed preposterous.
: '" Engineers questioned Its feasibility. THAT FAMOUS HAND-TOOLED STEERfllDE '
; r booklet
free designedto
i : brand new It was contended that such a

to comfortable. Solves would be costly as to
3 help you keep project so
These all display free of charge at
are on
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; your house-heating problem with effi- make it out of the question. -t.
'
cient economical oil heating systems.See Enterprising civic leaders of
both coasts wanted such highway : '
a : -- '
your dealer or call at our office for and believed that it could be j ; RANCHLAND ;

your free copy today. built. At the time grades had been'
FORT PIERCE, FLA.
thrown up for a distance of about .

20 mies out of Miami and from

Naples -west to the Deep Lake The boots are made by Acme Boot Co., of the hide of T. O. Pride,

Railroad.. auctioned off for $44,375.00, and,the boots are inlaid with gold.
Our little group of pioneers set
out to prove to the world that it The saddle, bridle and martingale are from Keyston Bros.

was possible to cross the 'Glades The Steer hide is by Tex Tan, who makes our roping saddles, ,

by motor car and we set out from belts and billfolds.All .

Fort Myers in seven automobilesfive visitors are welcome, but we extend a special invitation to
Model T Fords Elcar
an
you, of the Glades.If .
and an Overland.
can't find what want in home town drop in at
4 Led by Indian guides, we jumped you you your
= 1t off the western grade expectingto RANCHLAND and ARCADE MEN'S SHOP (TYE & LISK),

reach the Miami grade in about two famous stores-.in Ft. Pierce. I

> ( three days With the aid of a Ranchland carries items for!: women and children. 'as well as -
that out of the
tractor pulled us of for men. The finest store of its kind in the South.
muck time and time again and

saws and axes that cut a path

through miles of cypress strands,

we finally did reach the east coast TYE&LISKChristmas i.

.. but It took us three weeks instead
F10R1Di F011 fiHT COMPACT of three days. t -
s
$S.... That was my first introductionto \
the Everglades and I have helda -.
for them ever
healthy respect
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\
since. To really know the 'Glades

.< Jt,::<,'111!"" "f'If.. you r have to live in them. We surely 1> '- "
did, and as our grub ran out
long before we reached our destin

ation we learned to eat cattail
I roots, swamp cabbage and a lot of

other native dellca l"s.

Gliristifids But I didn't set out to write a

column about that tripwhat I

had in mind was a tribute to Mar-

jorie Stoneman Douglas' book en-

titled, "Everglades, River of
Grass published last month as

: one of the "Rivers of America Se-

TURKEYSWe ries." Selections
Beginning with the dawn of history

Mrs. Douglas traces the In-
triguing story of this particulararea
visualizing the lives and activities -
of all who through the
,' .
i .;", ...... years have inhabited the region. --
t --- Few of us have ever thought of a
:
the Everglades as a river and yet

; it realy is, a river so vast and
broad as to seem without bounds Presto Cookers
Will have supply of of breadth and u ,,
a large a river amazing ', 7_ King Edward Silverware. '
practically no depth. Its bed an

endless sea of sawgrass, broken Smokers Doll ....
Carriages
3: Turkeys for Christmas. occasionally with pine islands and _

long cypress strands. 'Vagons-Tricyeles

t ; Place your order on or before Mrs.Through Douglas painstaking has gathered research from, .!,).( All Metal Arvin Radios
; j
every available source authentic \ .{ :. Hassocks Several _
to Select
facts dealing with the ageless history ;:-. .From-

-< ." December. 20 From of these the she Everglades has woven region.an In- t(1; _'f'::i cedar! and Hope Chests


1i ,, ( : : tensely substantially Interesting) authentice story. that from Is a ;; '-l.\.'.!. ..,. Metal Beds-Full and Single Size .

: historic standpoint.A Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum
I highlight was her uncovering -.

Our line of !I "the true origin of the great Table. Lamps ,
American tale of the white captive
t .' .. [II and the rescuing Indian Blankets and Quilts

Groceries and maiden" According to her story,
Vegetables Meat
I Rainbow Glasses
Fiesta
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ii'I I I' ;v of all kinds will be complete I I cahontas on the the soil white is Virginia alleged man to had have where set saved foot Po- Lace Table Cloths--Shower Curtains


the life of Captain John Smith.

t to make Christmas The white Florida captive was .
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t .' .. r.. one Juan Ortiz of Seville, Spain.A
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t survivor of Panfilo de Xarvaes
t l f selections fromGROCERY expedition: to Florida In 152S, (11

years ahead of Hernando de Soto),
.',;<.' R. i Ortiz was captured by Indians who BURNEY KELZ GOMPANyj

...,.,' ,0', : bound him naked to a grid madeof

-'.. o: ---=-:: ::: poles and applied a torch to the Formerly Denmarks .
fuel underneath. But as the first ,
I j flames seared his flesh, the original COMPLETE HOME; OUTFITTERS

,I Pocahontas. a -daughter of the -

1 chief interceded In his behalf. She J :.E. CONE MA NA GER 'J
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RAERSON'S & MARKET pointed out the advantage of having ? ., .
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: j O. L. RAULERSON to her father and he ordered Phone'115 'f1
:;. Prop. the fire scattered: and the prisoner --, ',', -'-, ,. Okeechobee O '< ,Fla. .'''''

Phone 10 'Okeechobee, Fla. unbound. There followed '"

", .;. three years during: which Ortiz
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Florida Airways to Give .
Perry Regular Service

This Dollar Perry, Fla,-Officials of Florida ,

Is StillMIGHTY I Airways visited the Perry Air Port i
,,1 Gift Suggestions
last week to Inspect the facilities
which they expect to use when
they receive CAB certification to j

BIG give vice. Perry regular scheduled ser \ We are showing the Largest Assortment of Xmas Gifts. in the Glades Area

"We are confident that the Civil .. . , -
Aeronautics Board will render a i-a
favorable decision on PerrY's peti-
tion within a few weeks, since Gifts for Her
the examiner recommended it," I Gifts for the Home
said Oscar Bergstrom, rice president I Intn
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and general traffic managerfor @o Jour .
Florida Airways.Perry .
Nylon Hose Cannon Towel Sets
and Leeaburg-EnitU: were ; ilJoppinl1 I
evcred from the burin 'before 51 Gauge I Boxed
CAB to extend and write Florida
Airways routes on a motion by $1.95 prLadies early $1.95 to $3.50 .'
Florida Airways In order that an .. I
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immediate decision might be madeon
these two .tops. I !
GREYHOUND FARES Panties I j Printed- Tablecloths
Remain Amazingly Low The program of a tuberculosis . 1. .. ..
association has as'its objective the .\11 Sizes$1.0D
Ph:. V..S. T...Sit EXTRA S rfetn education of the Individual and of & 89c to $1.50 Rayon Gowns to $4.95 each
Round Trip T&h.ta the community to the end that tuberculosis -

GREYHOUND BUS STATIONNIX adequate provision may be be prevented made avail-and Rayon .. $4.95 $5.75
SERVICE STATIOGREYHOUND* able for diagnosis treatment and. House Coats Cannon Sheet Sets
rehabilitation of the tuberculous.The
Christmas Seal Sale supportsthis Ladies SkirtsNew 2 Sheets to PackagePeach <
educational program. $7.75 .. and Green
Styles i $7.00Embroidered t

Ladies Rayon Dresses $5. 5

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and Suits Ladies BlousesNew Pillow

W.V.WILSONJR.Tax I Case Sets
From $7.95 up Styles
2 to Package BoxedS2.95
Consultant., $2.95 up
\ I New Assortment

Will be in Clerk's Office, Okeechobee Ladies Cotton House See Our Beautiful Line C
City Hall, to assist Ranchers & Assorted Color
Farmers in preparation of 1947 Income r
Tax Estimates and Income Tax Re Dresses PIECE GOODS Bath Room Sets .

turns for those wishing to make their
Returns before January 15th, 1948. $3.50 $3.95 Just ReceivedSee $2.95 $3.50


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WindowDisplays Toys For
West Palm Beach, Florida i We Clothe The Family ?
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STETSON HATS ______ $12.50 $13.50 WASH CLOTH 19c _69c &$1.00

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OTHER MAKE HATS -_ $6.00 up
100 Percent WOOL BLANKET HOUSE SLIPPERS $1.95
MEN'S DRESS SHOES _____ $6.75 up $12.00 and '$13.95
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'and Diana, on the one hand, "and looked at his cards. Without hesitation Tuning Via Air FASTER.e .

Ju& .aL 3ft A f Diana's father on the other. Under he' pushed an equal amount For tuning musical instruments,

LOYE ordinary circumstances no one forward. the National Bureau of Standards

A butcher was in the habit oft would expect him to agree to risk Then each drew cards. Jim Bailey broadcasts the standard pitch in e

t sending his son with a small car TAKES losing his money and his hope of held up three cards and drew two. music, 440 cycles a second for A sus tr rut runt

\ to ''deliver orders. The lad 'was a A HAND future happiness on the turn of a Adam Courtney asked for but one. above middle C, continuously 24

careless driver, and one day he ByBOBEB card. But suddenly it had dawned on The old man looked at the card. hours a day on a frequency of five
knocked down an old lady.A ? everybody that this situation was Quickly be pushed forward his megacycles. S1NG1E 01 DOtta[[ 6fS

lawsuit followed and the McBLAIIi not ordinary. whole remaining pile.

butcher had to pay damages. Only two weeks before the old THE spectators glanced at one an

Shortly:after this the son was the man had caned a newspaper editor Some thought they had Go at a ftiu OF
cause of another accident, which who had intimated that Adam Courtney glimpsed the two bands. To start ,

.. had a similar unfortunate result, SAVAGELY. old Adam Courtney in the old days on the Coast with as they afterward explained,

and the drain on the butcher's resources -, cigar-yellowed mous- had been a professional gambler.No Jim Bailey had held three aces,
brought him to the verge tache. From the parlor sofa the one believed a word of the accu Adam Courtney three kings. On the

of ruin. muffled sobs of Diana, his shapelyand sation. But now, to refuse publiclyto draw it seemed that Jim with' three

A few days after the second case lovely young daughter, expressed play would tell the world you be- aces pat. had caught two queens.

had been settled, he was thinkingover an unshakable defiance. He lieved what the editor had written, Thus he had the highest possible

his hard fate when a neighbor glared at her with all the anger a and were afraid of being rooked. full-house on this deal. But the old

rushed in with the information that deep love would'permit. Jim Bailey wet his lips. "Do you man had caught another king. and i

the to Jim want to play with chips, sir, or held four-the winning hand.
butcher's wife had been run -"I-I AM going marry
cash-but even money." j Would Jim Bailey put up his who
over by the careless driver of a Bailey she chanted monotonously..I __h____ __ _u __ __ __ .___
1, motorcar, and was in a.hospital. '" don't care if he HASN'T got the cc
%
"Thank goodness," exclaimedthe money he ought to have to start in ; ..wa,. Yj

butcher "my luck's, changed business. I don't care if he HAS :

at last!" onbthree thousand instead of I :_::v 1ssrlv
t six." The slender legs kicked hys-;

lericaHy. A slipper flew across the

room. "I LOVE him, doggone him
CLASSIFIED I LOVE him!"

Grimly Adam Courtney went for

DEPARTMENTBUSINESS his hat and his heavy cane. Grimly \/A
he left the house. He knew where to

& INVEST. OPPOR.' find Jim Bailey. Barred from calling

on Diana he would be waiting at
lADIES SELL,ten dollars Elon guaranteed '
Cosmetics for three pairs Nylon hose. clip. the club-the big social and athletic'club

curtains.town purse Write sheet for Cosmetics and pillow and cases premium or -for her to join him for the Rub in Ben-Gay for gently warming soothing

pamphlet. EI.DON PRODUCTS 2077>> Car dance tonight.In speedy relief from cold discomfort!Ben-Gay containsup
ea.. Aye. S.W.. Atlanta, Ga. West to 2V4 times more of those famous pain-relieving
the old days on the Coast
;TA&7A co33 BUSINESS in your ingredients known to doctor-methyl
matter suchas every salicylateand
he thought angrily a
home. Write for plan and free sample deaL
Liberal profit all year. OXFORD LABORATORIES > this might have r menthol-than five other widely offered rub-ins.
New Oxfr4. Pa. been settled with a Insist on genuine Ben-Gay the original Baume

Analgesique. It acts fast!
.45. Now business
HELP WANTED-MEN, WOMEN This
NO SPECIAL TRAINING NEEDEDto and money and conWeeks Also for Paia doe to RHEUMATISM,MUSCLE Ate ami STSWtS.
make $1.000.00 if you like working with vention had overtaken Ask for Mild Beo-Gaj for Chfldrea."BenGay.
figures. You can make this much or more la him after
3 months .
Write wit Obligation to: Best his marriage late
JAMES A. SHEHROD. B.: U. Par, Ga.
in life. ..g
LIVESTOCKHELP Fiction Diana was all he cti3uai
had since the
YOUR horses and mules keep la top
wife
he
condition.Stimulate lagging appetites vita young r r
Dr. LeCear's Stock Powder in their feed. adored had died in childbirth. Ever I
The best stock tonic money can buy. Satisfaction .
guaranteed. since that day his only child had

been his only interest taking the

MISCELLANEOUSOFFERING place> of her mother before her. .
Never before this had <
fine watches very cheap for she defied
resale among friends. Write for list. JODN'ODICK.A.13t him, turned from his love to the loveof
% East 11th. New York. N.Y.
someone else. As things stood tonight
The money In Jim's band told her the rest. She ran .to her father.
however he had lost
,
POULTRY. CHICKS & EQUIP._ less somehow he could her-un-I' The grim old man !ignored her.

t HELP YOUR HENS b* profitable layers. ,back.
Stimulate PrescrlpuoninaUtheirfeed.poor appetites with Dr.LeCear UId &'Cashl" said Adam Courtney pile. and call the old man's bet? II
Poultry Surely this called for desperate
by successful poultrymen everywhere. grimly. he did the game was over. He
The best poultry tonic money can buy. measures. As he stalked into the
Next evening, each bearing his would lose his money, and Diana,
club, he spied the ruddy muscular
,
stake of three thousand dollars they too.
BUY .U. S. SAVINGS BONDS. young object of his quest. In the took their seats in the card room. Jim Bailey's hand shook as he
C black' and white of dinner clothes.
"Draw poker" announced Adam riffled his remaining pile. Since the
Jim Bailey sat watching a hi
FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS the busy card room. Jim rose game, and Courtney, tearing open the pack. old man hardly had held four-of-a. ,
'Table stakes. And" he leaned kind to start with, and, had drawn
the table fell silent as the grim old
St.Joseph ASPIRIN across the table and looked Jim but one card the odds were forty to
man came up.
WORLD'S LARGEST SE.LER AT 0 "Jim Bailey" Adam Courtney Bailey in the. eye, "a gentleman's one against his now having four-of-
agreement! a-kind or better. Suddenly, his face
thundered, "are man encsgh to
take a gamble?"you "Oka)"," Jim Bailey said. "Will no longer ruddy, Jim Bailey pushed
sir?" his whole pile forward. '
cut
you
Get Well Jim Bailey simply stared."I .
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Open gambling was not permitted "I calf sir, he said. He spread 1.
understand you have three out his hand. Tve got a full-hous. -
in the club. But what employee would
QUICKER
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thousand in the
; savings bank old "
dare stop this? Like wildfire the aces over queens.
FromFOLEY'S YewC.sb Courtney said. 'Til put up two dollars Then
occurred one of those disturbing -
news spread. Members hurried in .
11_c..c.j ) .
to one (1)"ours. Give
every you just in time to see the old man lose interruptions which explainthe
H.Pry & Tar .
two to one on bet. Six thous- -
every five hundred dollars on a full house, new screens at the card room BATTERY
Coach Compound OPERATED FARM RADIO
and to three thousand table stakes.If ,
against Jim Bailey's four tens. door. There was a cry and a commotion .
you lose-you will agree to. leave and DIana Adam Court-
At first luck seemed to favor Jim
daughter alone.
my neys daughter, appeared inthe
'- "And what if I win?" asked Jim Bailey. But presently the calm doorway staring in at the players.
Bailey. grim old man began to win.
She dressed to to
& "Win?" Adam Courtney's bony Then the old man lost three large was go the
face paled. 'Win-1ou marry her bets. The stacks of money stood dance. Her hair was arranged in the '
I style of twenty In
rr years a
ago.
sir. of course." about even again-each three thou-
a white satin dress which had be-
Jim Bailey hesitated and the sand dollars.
longed to her mother she looked (as
whole room stopped breathing. Everybody Jim Bailey dealt. Adam Courtney an elderly member said) the spit.

understood the struggle looked at his cards. He counted out ting image of Adam Courtney'sdead
that had been going on between him five hundred dollar: Jim Bailey wife.

Old Adam.Courtney glanced up,

stared, as at a ghost. Heaven only

knows what memory-perhaps of
: his and his wife's glowing early hap.

change to CALOX .1 CROSSWORD PUZZLEHorizontal : : J He piness-passed drew a deep through slow breath.his mind.His

cane dropped and clattered. His

i for the tattle effect white bead disappeared beneath the

table as he retrieved the cane from
I" on your smile ScUtlca U Next bra. the floor.

Effitirnt Color tasks two tears This distraction lasted but a mo- Model 1

2 Helps remove film"...bring out 4 Skill Burning I 1) 4 S 6 7a 9 10 11 ment. Then Adam Courtney sat up '.' '\
all the lustre and faced Jim Bailey. Leaning awkwardly
Qatar* of roar 9 Dance step Packed with features '
smile. forward his left hand heavyon
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r-' 2 A special ingredient in Caloz 13 12 French Great flow coin of U U 14 the table, the old man turned his Gives; ootsfoaduig'Ioag-
encourages rtgnior massage... water own cards up one by one. 4 lono-life low
which battery drain
has a tonic effect on gams is" tubes ,
i..helps makes them firm and 4niumined l6 17 1e.F THE KING OF 'DIAMONDS. Easy-to-reaaV beautiful
f' / oDe up your smite.with 15 To confer "Onel"! the crowd breathed. THE dial 1000
Caloxl with Alaito dynamic speaker for
enemy soperb fonoqtallfy
i 19 KING OF HEARTS. 'Two! the 4
Mal -1_ MK_ ieredri.t L7 Composed of Soria smooth 'C'i'
crowd whispered. THE KING OF ooaofloBV d.j
: II) JUMTS d frii ......,iuI A.usb... two elements fielded cabinet f
19 To prohibit ii i I3 Z4 ZS 26 CLUBS.rbreel" the crowd mule
20 Giant mured. Then he turned THE

.... 21 Excited 27 23 QUEEN OF DIAMONDS.
29 New
Z3 Transgression: It was his last card. 6-Tube Automatic

2///u.lSu/fa? 24 To remove Not only had be failed to catch
27 To allow 30 31
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the king of spades on the draw ap. Radio-Phonograph
28 To
mill nuts tu run If bring
forth parently he had drawn but one card
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO 29 Bishop's 34: :: : = -r I7t'F : when he should have drawn two. He

( headdress held only; four cards a'1 worthless Greatest improvement ,

30 Preposition hand. M HCOtD PUTINS
MCNEILS 31 Part of a : The grim old man had lost! Jim lct At iareniionof

circle 41 Bailey had not only the the a
MAGIC 32 Golf term 42 43 won. old phonograph
t man's three thousand but 'his
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depart
s I L REMEDY 34 Scent 44 4$ 46 47 48 daughter. It brings a new

r j 81 ESSfO REt EF 38 To suit Jim Bailey gathered in aH the thrill to your rec ._
I 37 Craze He atood ordlisteningp1easure. '-
4T money. up holding it in his
i Large a.td.a.a..d U!-Saul Sin 6Ck 38 Withered 5Q U 51 hand. Everyone watched AdamCourtne"'a Banishes
i i a UlTilfc IU III IS IlltCm.
39 Light brown needle .
scratch ,
daughter Jim
f i IT au U?nit JUKI w n tut w m.ttt it f'kl | 40 Wan U Sf as Bailey "talk-back" 1
s '. am mi et. .... Jitismtut mini 41 Genus of : 55 crossed to where she stood,framed or
other
J In the doorway.She disturbingnoises.

i 4 I 43 geese Pass between touched Jim's arm-and hesi-- Plays records

,, WNU-14 50-47 mountains No. 43. tated. Of course she had been told like magic. !

r t I 44 Austrian what was up. The money in Jim's Bear it today!

It Watch Your 46 Joyful botanist 9 Celestial body 43 Earth)"- 46 Storage place hand told her the rest. She ran to
kn t 10 Tune material her father. The 'grim old man ignored
L 49 Ovum 11 Pen forswine 44 47 Fodder her. She put her arm around
; KidneysBeJpThcm / 50 Girls names Cage forhawks 48 Before .
i : Organ ofhearing 51 Artificial him and kissed: him full on the yep C plea g!
;' .. dean the Blood 18 18 Lowest To fan behind 45 The self language low stain in his white moustache.He *_v r
Harmful Body Waste point still ignored her. She
/ 53 Misery 20 Malleable turned and.
Tear kidatn ar. ceasUatly filtering 54 Subtle kind metal ran back to Jim.
frosi tk.btoad Lass M hale Hutfer a
vast*suttsr strcsjou Bat
tinga.osetiau.lag to their week-4e of sarcasm 21 Also called Hand in hand the two young people .
mat act w Hinn ia&ade mm tnpwUlM that, it ictaiMd. Buy .
shy slates sag spot 41. wtlat.gy 23 Pouch Ina g PIg away. seemingly with a triumphant ;
f =_ Vertical 100 note that spoke of
25 Lawful PTLO1ALT money enough for -
h aag tag boekaekti 1t;
r.Mw'sttae afduua.ti 1 Venomous 28 To eat away HBH OQQQB a business and for. marriage and s
-' ,oai.g up sights, s-1lac. paths: snake 23 Period of nnna tnna nnnc independence.Old Astoasf y disuses records H 3V4 sect -;.

l aaztsty ttadtt t sad. .y.--t for of fs pep Uac sad.f atr atrv n.tb.+s. 2 Kiwi time 'Qon can nnnnn! Adam Courtney sat staring at ads''. New Improved chafer prays.ep t.

; .rte Otfesr..osaa...u-.( kids IMIraiac..at7 y or' bladder stir.r 3 Flatfish 29 To entangle ISLET C L his bony left hand.. fiat on the table. 12 record. 6-Me Ada**! prfrt4ACSvper&ct
4 The southwest 31 To alter ATTAR Btua nnn For a moment his .shoulders seemedto radio
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... to ... tau tarty 7 *ra.DOAH 6 Maiden loved 38 Distant sEA ARIL! Lg0 at the circle of staring faces. witJa Freed geld grate.
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Pineapple square makes many articles.
You'n Jove tt-simple to dot Pattern 97V
has directions.
Due to an unusually large demand and
current conditions slightly more time Is
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I 11i4i7Y/ popular patterns
Send your order to:

t CROSS BOBBY Trc6/d Sewing Circle Needleeratt Dept.
364 W. BADdolpk St. Cbicago U. UL
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there is in a handbag-and believe me, these "It must be another letter from Alvin. There's tow A few drops of V1cksVa-tr'o-nalin
dames are usin' every square inch of it!" cents due on it!" each nostril work fast right where
trouble ist Va-tro-nol opens up
cold-congested '

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MargaritaMUTT } An old shaving brush makes an t TO COOL BUlU'tTS
excellent duster to use on pleated
lamp shades. SCALDS CHAFINGQuickly
-.- apply soothing and com .
\ When curtains are removed forting GRAY'S OINTMENT with
its wholesome antiseptics and na-
from stretchers iron the edges. ture aiding medication.Nothing else
This gives a more finished appear- like It-nothing so comforting
pleasant for externally caused skin
ance. troubles. 35c. Get a package today.
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find many uses in the kitchen. TRY POSTWARFASTERACTI
Keep these tools in a drawer along
AND JEFF By Bud Fisher with the.usual kitchen implements.
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MUTT CAN MY TWIN WELL, HES HOT A BAD NOW I COME WELLTNEItATIS HA HA/ Boiled rice-, .-sprinkled with 666.COLDTABLETS
BROTHER.\JULlUSSTA'f GUY TO HAVE OUT LIKETH.S/ HEW MEXICO AND
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WITH US WHILE HEM AROUND MUTT you Guess THE SWEATER I KNEW is sugar ;and I........oeMs'" .tk4pro05ts -.....
delicious simply
IN TOWN? WHY?. FIND PLACE.MUTT A AND HE'S VERYAWUSINGMULIUS WHAT STATES IS vJERSEY BUT PUT YOUR FOOT '4 pared cream dessert.a pre- of C.idifastriM4ltaBteher c..e 'f' ...-..a:! !!11 .?Ii.
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FORHEAXCNV ...In pipes for tasty, cool smoking comfort...lA
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ITS PEST mCMTGNVMEN writ.tY1W60NE. EVECY
AN Alrtl off!'RE'D SUSIC INS*PARTY s SfJ ..YVNAT papers for easy-to-roIl "makin's" smokes-crimp cot
SUESMM 6CI5 HIS
A YOu 00 AN BJ8AND
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Business Directory" '

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E These, Progressive Merchants '

A FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS WEEKLY BUSINESS SURVEY

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X-ray surreys among apparently The proportion of tuberculosis
i : J & S PARK RESTAURANTDINING healthy people renal tuberculosis deaths is gradually shifting into
BURNEY-KELZ in approximately one and one&half the older population groups. Two
i ROOM peg cent of those X-rays. decades ago, 8 per cent of all tu
i, Formerly BOATS '-Featuring-* CABINS About one-half of one per "cent berculosU deaths occurred among
need hospitalIzation. children under 15; 63 per cent
OKEECHOBEE CATFISH HUSHPUPPIES
DENMARK'S among those 15 t9 44; and 29 percent
SWEET-TATERS
. among persons 45 and orer.
Complete Home Outfitters All One Can Eat ._ $1.25 / Today In, Florida, approximately
A e 2 1-% per cent of tuberculosis
-Also- Our aim is to plea,(. deaths occur among children tinder -

Delicious STEAKS OPEN ALL NIGHT 15; 52 per cent among per
J. E. Cone
Phone 115 Mgr.
TenderT should say. FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS sons 15 to 44 and 46 per cent
among those 45 and over.
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IX THE CIRTIT COURT OP THE
Remember to Get Your FlowersFrom NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Mixon & Ellis Garage FLORIDA. IX AND FOR OKEKCI1OBEE -
CASE COrXTI.XO. IX most CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHANEY'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS BEATRICE ALLEN Plaintiff

: Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs Choice Roses, Carnations, Orchids, Gardenias, D. A. ALLEN NOTICE Defendant.TO vs. APPEAR

BATTERIES, TIRES AND TUBES Corsages. THE STATE OP FLORIDATO
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? LAUNDRY Flowers for Weddings and all Occasions.Chaney's Its okay/Ibprerneraljered/ ADDRESS: n.LLEX J'XKNOWX
UPHOLSTERY AND HOME You arc hereby required to appearat
their witk- my office in Okrechobce. Floridaon
Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 House of Flowers anniversary Complaint December for. 22,divorce A. D. ,1 filed iMT. to against Bill of
from. you by P..trit'Jk>-o. in Circuit
Box 153, Okeechobee,.Fla. 207 North 2nd St. Phone 1031 Ft. Pierce, Fla. a> 6/1Z7 Court.default OkOT-ehobee wherefor Dpe County.Pro Florida Confeaao la
will be eutereln against Ton: UM;
Okeeebobee News Is dmiKnateU a. ibe
; 1 newspaper itt which this Order shall
e f d s be published once a week for four
a consecutive week
HONEY Witneaa my hand and official seal
t t Joseph W. Yates 4ERyJEryE at Okeechebee, Florida, this 17th day
"- of Nov.. A. D. 1947,
MABEL RAULEKSOX SHEFFIELD,

s lI I I YATES FUNERAL HOME 1947 crop of Honey is now available. any "_&t..l.... ..s.(1l fwt..Jc. _" County.By Clerk CONNIE of Florida.Circuit W. RAfLERSOX.Court. Okeechobee D. C.,

.quantity you may desire. MARY SEAL)SCHfLMAX.Attorney : .

t Fort Pierce, Fla. for 1'iaintiff.

Phone 789 Phone 789 A. J. (Bee Man) BoettgerPHONE BURGESS SUPPLY I QUICK RELIEF FROM

Symptoms of Distress Arising from
COMPANY
I Prompt Ambulance Service
'. 78.3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. STOMACH ULCERSDUE

EXCESS ACIDFreoBookTellsofHomeTreatraeiittliat

f ff ROSEBUSHES
Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
J.L.BARBERAbstractor THE ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON Over three million bottles of the WIUULBBTUATUEKT
hare been sold for relief ol
symptoms ol distress arising from Stomach
f and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess AUd-
Poor Digestion,Sow or Upset Stonudl.Gasslss. ,
Dry Cleaning & Laundry .Heartburn,Sieeptessnets.etc,.
due to Excess: Acid.Sold on 15 day s' Irish
t Ask for"VVHUrd's Meua&." which fully
'! Tuesdays and Fridays t\j)J in this treatment--tee.-at

I PARK DRUG CO..

: SECOND FLOOR COURT HOUSE GLADES CLEANERSPhone ------


i Residence Telephone 117 156 Pickup and Delivery GOCHRANE & GOCHRANE

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Certified Public AccountantsTax

See Consultants

Electric Service & Repair Co. announce that Mr. George E. Goff is now associated

i; OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO. .with the firm in our Fort Pierce, Florida,

I Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing office at 200 Peacock Building. Telephone Fort
I SALES SERVICE
Phone 155 Pierce 1140.USE.

z 11 FOR U.S.TIRES C. L. Strickel, Manager


i Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service Markham\ Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. .

P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 CHLORDANE

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8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00:
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r Chlordane insecticides the
get bugs
t[ Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen without hurting your crops.

?, 3 i Phone 95 till 8:00 P. M. For truck gardens, here is the most
effective insect toxicant yet developed.
Okeechobee Florida Repairs and Service all makes Radios and Deadly to most common pests, it consistently
I Electrical Appliances, Radio Batteries, Flash gives kills of 95 to 100%. t

lights and Batteries, Authorized Philco Service. Yet.when properly applied Chlordane
does not injure even such delicate crops [ -
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volatilizes completely in 2 or 3 weeks.
: Electrical And. May be used with standard fungicides.

t t North Park'Packlze Gilbert Culbreth .Chlordane is available in many commercial r s.
brands of.insecticides
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RefrigerationSales FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS wettable powders dusts and emulsions:
j Store Ask your local dealer for them today
-Service Ranges, Hot Water Heaters Be sure the label states plainly. "containsChlordane'

r :. Llq1lO Wines Cordial Bendix, There are DO
Maytag Easy, Conlon washers and Ironers. Deep freeze
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substitutes.B ,
Ii boxes, Wayne water softeners, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson r
Next Door To All
Night radios. Johnson Outboard Motors. Onan LIghtplants, Berkeley. year local dot!**cannot F
Station water pumps yet apply Toe with
ULMER EZELLE Insecticides coatalaiagCklordase.
L. .* PHONE IM Next Door to Theatre *Call Phone 54 1,/ .1 6ed Iotr tJae. writ agate osi el
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> That Good Golf Ca*. Wrecker Service Curing and t ialoraation about bisect post coa-
trol with CUordane as contalaod
24 Hours la your
:. GULF PRIDE OIL a Day Smoking Meats froo "
EIIDE BATTERIES C )bulletinsCrop t&soctaI <1< Ants

-- : IJatess'-.. ... .... W1. ',.,-. '- ,Corilal ALTO'SHOTEL GAS-LEE OIL-TIRES CREASING Also wholesale! and N.ra.--) Livestock..__Parasite.-.. *I> I, Roaches

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