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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: December 19, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Met Hist Chwr All House Offices will be In Closed Court T CHRISTMAS PROGRAMCHURCH Woman's Sponsor New Club Year's Will Eve HanlersoM And



Will Present A From Wednesday Noon South Parrot OF Avenue GOD Dance At -ClubAnnouncement I Kinsaul Art OnAllStar .


H Announcement was made this was made this
'XMIS Wednesday 7:30 Dec. 24
ProgramOn week that all of the offices ,in the p. m. week that the Okeechobee Woman's TeamsAt

county court house will close at Club will sponsor a New Year's

,- noon Wednesday December 24, Prayer __ 1 Marvin Williams Eve Dance at their building here

o'clock Sunday afternoon at five and remain closed until Monday Welcome I Mitchell Williams on Wednesday night, December31st. the meeting of the Indian
the Methodist
Choir will Church, morning, December 29. Hymn _.. Congregation The music for the dance: will River Conference held at Mel-
present grogram of
AU feusl&tss! be furnished by Prof. Kent and bourn last week Ranli Raultr
Christmas music la the church au persons having Scripture Reading Rev. Lyle
on was selected the AU-Star
on
there should bear, this closing nit high school oroatstr
ditorium.Btflnnl&f. date in mind Playlet --..: .----::.-,, .._. ._._. ..... 'Joyce Lyle team of the eonfirinet. Mack Kinunl -

with the proemloa- Recitation ._.:..--- Primary Girls The dance will begin at 9 o'clock was selected for the second

I ,at 4..te Fidells"! the program Dialog ---__......_. .:. Junior Group and the member of the Woman's conference team.Raulerson ;
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:\ will feature familiar number Including Vets Foothill Club extend a cordial invitationto ,
Reading _____ ,_ Hulon Whidden was chosen as captain *
M all .
The to attend.Lakeland
Heavens Are Telling"by
Beethoven and the tune "Fin- Pantomime --._--___-: _.. Hark, The Herald of the All-Star team of the
conference. He was selected
Game by a
landla" by Sibelius. Soloists on Postponed Angels Sing ----____ I Senior Girls Is Now vote of the coaches. Raulerson was

the program will be Hisses Ernes Gifts of Love --__----_____ Willing Workers selected as a member of the Ail-

tine Hunt and, Kathryn Sweatt Last SundayThe ,, Pageant_-,__________ The;*Beautiful Star of Bethlehem Star team last year and was.. the
and Mr. WIlli For A
D.
m Boehmer. Miss Preparing
Conclusion L_ Marvin Williams only member of last year'steam
Hunt
will "There's
sing a SongIn
that was chosen again this year: ..
the Air." Miss Sweatt will sing football game that was
Big Rodeo CrowdLAKELAND Schools represented in the. In-
"Cantlque d'Noel" and Mr. Boeh- scheduled to be played last Sunday
Raulerson Installs Hudson Burr Sr. Died dian River Conference are T tua-
,
mer will sing *X2e! u Bambino"Miss afternoon on the local field be- -

Betty Barber and Mrs._ M. S. tween the? local Vets and the MIami Flourescent Lights .. At Home Tuesday. yule Cocoa Eau Galle. Stuart
Dec 17. (Special)- Melborne and Okeechobee. _..,
Harden, home from the Universityfor Naval Air Stationwas can- -
The building of chutes and
catch-
the holidays, will render a duet. celled by the Miami team. The Raulerson's Department Store TALLAHASSEE R. Hudson for the FollowingIs Is the lineup of the
peas rapid handling of
Okeechobee News carried the storyof this week completed the installa- Burr, conference First and Second
who
The regular choir will be aug- sr., was chairman of wild stock, and housing facilities !
mented in number by several oth- the game in last Fridays paper tion of Flourescent Lights throughout the Florida Railroad Commissionfrom for fat stock have been started at: Teams:
and the was not cancelled their store. During the past First team school. positions.
er students borne from the Uni- game 1907 to 1927, died "at his Bryant Stadium here In preparation

versity for the Christmas season. until after the paper was alreadyin summer Mr. Raulerson completely home here Tuesday. He was 80 for the Jaycees Sixth Annual Hickman. Titusville' LE.
,the-mail and therefore, we did remodeled his store and at that years old. Booth Cocoa, LT
People of the community are Rodeo and Fat Stock Show which
not have a chance to make the time an order was placed for Mack, Titusville. LG
looking forward to hearing this will be held January 1st, to 4th.
Burr native of
correction.The Flourescent Lights. was a Washington C. Wall, Stuart, C

annual Christmas program as It These lights have just been received D. a, but lived in Miami be- Many champion !cowboys and Johnson Cocoa, RO
will be the first program presented local Vets went to :Mel- fore ,he
was to the
and installed adding to the appointed rail- cowgirls are headed for Lakelandto Furman, Cocoa RT.
since ,the recent Installation of bourne and played the Vets team
road commission
in 1903.
He
appearance as well as convenienceto served compete for the $5,000 In cash Hewitt Melbourne, RE..
the new pipe organ. The music I? of that city Sunday afternoon as it 24
before he defeatedby
their !customers In being able .years was prizes which will be awarded In C. Raulerson Mel. QB.
under the direction of William D. was too late to get another game
the
late Robert
L. Eaton In
to see the merchandise they are bronc riding, calf roping, bulldogging Gay, Cocoa HB.McMcholas .
Boehmer with Miss Fertile Huntas here after the Miami team could 1927.
buying. bull riding and other cow Mel., HB. *
the organist. not come here.
He Is survived by his widow, boy sports while many breeders R. Raulerson, Ok'bee, FB.

I The local Vets defeated Melbourne and feeders of Herefords, Angus Second team.
five
C. Eaton Burr C
Digest of Recent sons and ,
FltrMa Power by the score of 6 to 0. The Devere Burr of Tallahassee, R. II. and Brabmans are sending in their Howard Stuart LE.

I score was 0 to 0 until the very Burr Jr., of Lake' Wales R. O. entries for the Fat Stock Show. Owens, Eau Gallic, LT.

last .minute of play when a pass Opinions By The Lasfiiter Melbourne, LG
Ct. SaYSlPOW r Burr of Miami and F. F. Burr of Many entries are being received Kfnsaul
Okee'bee C.
I from Watford to Parkerson was
Okeechobee
and three sisters, Miss
In the Queen In which
good for the only wore of the Contest ,H. Wall, Stuart R, O.
GeneralCommon Caroline Burr and Mrs. Thomas IL
Attorney tbs winner will reign throughout
Will Be ShortDespite game.. Anderson Flood Titasville, RT.
of Miami and Mrs. rodeo j
the
and will be awarded a Sap, Eau Gallic R. E.

The Melbourne team will playa Harvey Slade of Tallahassee.; plane trip to Havana, Cuba* Tucker, Stuart, QB.
school teachers under Funeral services conducted 'f-
will be
here after-
return Sunday
game
efforts to push its $85- A mammoth parade of floats Mendel Titusville, HR
contract or entitled to contracts to here Thursday. Burial will be
noon beginning at 3 o'clock. The
000,000 construction program, Florida Fogg, Titnsvllle, HB
and horse hack riders that Is expected
teach last due monthly in Miami. .
summer are -
will be played on the local
Power a: Light Company Is game Barnes, Cocoa, FB.
to be more than two miles
salaries for last July and August
school grounds.
high
sounding a note of warning that a
Attorney General J. Tom Circle No. 2 Met long is 1" being. arranged. for one '
serious power shortage may devel- o'clock on the afternoon, of January
Watson has advised Colin Florida Backers
i op,. during cold spells> if residents County Board of Public English, At: Home Of Jt

: tternpt-lo heat their.home* with Instruction;willl!l receive Under the new school law,_saysthe..attorney..generaLAhpJeache Mrs. Lowery: Tuesday.. Performances at the Stadium '
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electrIcItyt"'Prin Tpaf Cause of' a '. *,- _"- ., = -i _.: "" i .
s $ ,373 next *eek are to be paid for twelve full wU(. *taK.* -at3:00' p.* n' "bn Jan.' .M1i1w.AIswSpukers -
tight squeeze on the'puwer4 supply ten. Circle 2 of the Baptist, Church;, 1stand 4th: and 8iOO p. i&i: oa
months in which they teach :
J$ failure of manufacturers to de- met at the home ,of Mrs. Lowery. Jan. 2nd and 3rd. lureair A
The Okeechobee County Boardof The legislature did not Intend this
liver generating equipment on Tuesday afternoon December 9.
Public will receive and vacatiion lv
periodto
Instruction summer pay
promised schedules. Mrs. Leslie Raulerson was in Veterans AdministrationMakes
$5,373 next week as the sixth In- be withheld from the teachersIn
Two' new plants have been stallment of school funds from the the very first vacation period charge of the program and gave AnnouncementThe The Florida' Bankers Associa-

completed the company's postwar State Minimum Foundation Program following passage of the school an Interesting talk on Christmas. tion announced today in a letter

construction program, one at Fund. act, he said.Superintendent. Jello with whipped cream and Veterans Administrationtoday to aU high school principals lathe

Sarasota and one at Riviera. However had Coco-Colas were served to the follOwing announced that prima fade state that a Speakers Bureau had
the Installation of 62,000 Colin English, State school Superintendent English Mrs. A. Mrs
: N. Bowen evidence will, not be accepted as been set up as a public service
kilowatts of new generators reported that the asked the attorney general's opin J. E. Cone Mrs. E. J. Wilson. Jr. sufficient proof for veterans to establish and educational aid, and. they were

enough to take care of more than county will receive 34,110 for ion In a salary !case from Dade 1rs. C. D. Harden Mrs. Z. K. service-connection for medical urged to take advantage of the
but Watson said his opinion ,
0,000 families' electric needsIs current expense. County Williams Mrs. L. B. Crantford and dental treatment after service. This Bureau' i* composed

being delayed by failure of manu The checks will be mailed from ,. applied to all counties. Mrs. Jessie Wilson, Mrs. Buck Lee December 31, 1947. of bankers who are willing and

facturers to deliver the equip- Tallahassee, Monday Dec. 15. The state began counties making under its pay-the Mrs. Homer Bible, Mrs Jessie Wilson On this date, veterans will have anxious to accept assignments for
ments to the
ment. These new'generators, being A total of 12.707,455 will be in and have M>s. Lowery, Mrs. iJ. O-, had a full year after the President talks before high school classes or
school law July,
installed at the company's Miami new Pearce, Jr. Mrs. Meridlth Rattkr-
sent to all 67 Florida counties; continued to remit each month announced the end of hostilities groups.

and Sanford plants, were both $2,245, Is for teachers sale- since that time. son. In which to secure treatment on Organization of this service IB -6

to have been In operation by Dec. rice $138,002 for transportation, the presumpton of serviceconnection under the directors of J. Carlsle -:;-

1st. Their completion, will mark and $324,189 for current expense., Attorney General J. Tom Wat- CHURCHES OF CHRIST, based on prima facie evidence Rogers, Vice President First Na-

the tripling ofTthe company's plant retary of the state board of SCIENTIST"IS V. Parker, VA Miami regional tional Bank, Leesburg, and Chairman

capacity since' 1939, an ,increase Basketball Schedule retary of the stale board of THE UNIVERSE, INCLUD- manager, stated. of the Public Relations! Committee
from '156,000 kilowatts to 344,000 MAN, EVOLVED BY ATOMIC
beauty culture to attempt to prohibit The Va takes the position that of the Florida Bankers As-
kilowatts. FORCEr Ie the subject of the
January 7, Sebring-here. women from doing their own this should have been ample time sociation.

Attached Is a letter being sent January 8, Belle Glade, there. shampooing and manicuring at Lesson-Sermon which will be readIn for emergency or clearly defined The letter stated that "The sub- I
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Churches of Christ
Scientist
to all company employes request January 9, Arcadia, here. (tentative home. service-connected cases to have ject of these banker talks 'will ,
ing their cooperation in the con&enatlon throughout the world on Sunday,
boardof received treatment.The usually consist of the fundamentals -
) He declared that the state December 21. 1
of electricity, partlcuarly discontinuance of determination of banking, the importance of
January 14, Sebring there beauty culture does not have
during cold snaps The Golden Text Is: "The wordof
January 15, Clfford (Vero the legal right to threaten women on prima facie evidence banks In our every 4ay'11v1ng.* f
The pamphlet referred to in Mr. the Lord Is right; add all his In no denies veterans their local Business ,
Beach), here, (tentative). with fines or prison terms forgiving way any Importance
Smith's letter points out that the January 16, Stuart here. friends or members of the works are done in truth For rights they are granted by law, nor and agriculture and other )

company faces Its biggest season January 19, Arcadia there (.ten- family a shampoo, finger wave or he spake, and it was done; he- does It limit services given those closely related subject** I
commanaded fast"Psalms
and it stood
and the situation may become tative). manicure. He quoted a statementfrom whose conditions are rated as It was noted that "From time j jI :
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critical, especially during January 22, Clewiston there. the executive director of the service-connected. I to time bankers over the state are

'snaps. January 23, Melbourne here. beauty culture board on that sub- Among the citations which comprise Applications for treatment received being called upon o talk to our

It points out four ways that em January 30. Stuart, there ject. the Lesson-Sermon is the following on or before Dec. 31. or after young people of our Junior and

ployes and customers: can, help- February 5, Clewiston, here Furthermore he added the from the Bible: "The Lord that date with a Dec 31, 1947, senior high schools In their arithmetic

!'*1 -D n't use electric house heat February 6, Glfford (Vero beauty culture board in the performance reJgieth, he is clothed with postmark will be determined on and civic classes, in their

ers. Beach) there (tentative.) of Its administrativeduties majesty; the Lord is clothed with prima facie evidence and the presumptions vocational guidance programs,

*"" with strength,' wherewith he hath girded prescribed In VA Circular and to other assembled groups 5
t-Don't try to heat homes February 12, Open. under the law has no authority
himself: the world also is stab- 17, but applications receivedor In the schools In fact those
stove burners or oven. February 13, Pahokee, here to act as the legal Inter-
3-:' Disconnect' refrigerators and February 19, :Melbourne there. preter of that law. lisihed. that' it cannot be moved. mailed after December 31. will seems to be a sufficient numberof
Thy throne is established of old: have to be formally adjudicated requests of this type that It
water heaters.! & February 20, Open. The beauty culture board haa
4.L.Turn'off outside lights and February 23, Ft. Pierce here employed private attorneys to han thou art from everlasting" (Psalms under the regulations before treatment was felt this activity should-be ,;"

use only es.senttaiDside lights and (tentative.) dle their legal work. 93: 1,2). other than' emergency can be placed on an organized basic

electrical appliances.. February 26, Pahokee, there. The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe given. In: order to render a real- service i .- l

'if} ,points out that these four February 27, Ft. Pierce, there Approximately 500,000 people in following passage from the This ruling in no way affects to you, your teachers an# the r

precautions, are Important because (tentative.) this country have active tuberculosis Christian Science textbook "Sci the year's presumption of Nnlcei young people in your schools. -J

overloading neighborhood electric Prices o| all games will be: but only half of these are ence and Health with Key to the i connection to which all veterans '

circuits, may damage hard-to-get School children 25c." known to health departments. Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: are entitled after discharge, Parker Florida bas 400 bed for *hetuberculous i ;

equipment and interrupt whole Adults 40c The material so-called gases and emphasized.In in its modern State. '

for long Periods.. Permission for concrete replace- i forces are counterfeits of. the Sanatorium at Orlando* Durlar'

neighborhoods, In Florida in 1946 701 deaths meats for the two 'condemned spiritual forces of divine Mind 1948, mass X-ray surveys In 1947 200.bed* were added at Ms. ;

Of' the 101 people killed by tuberculosis from tuberculosis were' reported. frame bleacher sections at Hialeah whose potency is Truth whose Florida are expected -to reveal 15- rianna and 400 at Tampa. These ..

: In ,Florida last'Tear, 357 Approximately 10,000 cases are list- has been received.. The wooden 'attraction is Love whose adhesionand 000 unknown cases of tuberculosisand beds are in converted Army Air,

between 'the ages..of'15 and ed at the State Board of Health, bleachers, built in -1931 and repaired cohesion are Life, perpetuating suspected tuberculosis pro- Hospital and win ..be *** '

were 44><:the' most .productive years 'of and ihere are thousands more not after the 194C fire, are be- the eternal facts of beIng" vldied the goal of one million X placed by "roodern construction Y: 1Base 1- "

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Increased by Lights

By BAUKHAGE HpHE typewriter is an =

Less Feed, Mere Eggs Newt A..Jysl..J Commentator. servant You can control? 1R,

By Longer, Working Days WASHINGTON.-Reporting official Washington entered and your firm fingertips and know if'You how are to'

a new era with the opening of congressional committee bearings it. .tidrl
The swing shift still is on the Job
in modern chicken bouses. No on the aid-to-Europe program. -.be typewriter eu help you let ,
job .
simplify
longer do farmers expect a drop ID The caucus room of the senate was crowded; a dozen members of pare lengthy reports your notes for harness at aeke.i an.:,;

j egg production during the fan and the senate foreign relations committee were seated at one side of a long IT BAD TO COME Sooner or later someone was bound to bring meetings. U you are a huat-and-Dec--ew. :
winter. They've learned how to prevent table, facing the spectators. Chairman Vandenberg was in the middle; out a combination airplane and automobile and this Is Consol dated-- 1st.Ing you at borne.can teach A keyboard yourself toncF ;:

this downward curve. at a small table opposite him sat the witnesses Secretary of State Marshall Vultee's first experimental model along that line. Wing and power you where to place your Sneers Chart-m'ADd ;", .

The answer lies in providing lay- and Undersecretary of State Lovett. The newsfoQc (some 125 of plant are detachable from the automobile-type-fuselage. rises accuracy and drills vrfll give 7OQ. speed( .
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tag hens with 13 hours of light in them) packed several green baize-covered tables placed at right angles tome Next come the meeaanlcs of tnroW' :
every 24-hour period plenty of good senators. 0 a cstnna1.1fin-ng| piece of worfc i ca-
V feed and an adequate supply of The room was a glare of light handy to a television set in June NEWS REVIEW tering. spacing.to master punctuation and w
... water. Chickens having these "good Powerful bulbs had been substituted and July of 48. but we count lei sy once yon are* -'>.,;;_ -

laying" helps will produce from 10 for the ordinary four or five to a set ordinarily, You can teach yourself to tree WitJa C;;-;

to 30 ,per cent more eggs during ",' 1 ones in the crystal and when a big shew is on, the French Premier ulMarshall ; step Reader it takes Service you booklet from the No.operation"-13. Step bo ri
a chandeliers. ,spectators Jump to 30 per set typewriter to typing ftattsucaTreports an51
In addition there radio scripts. There a keyboard chart'"
f>' More and more taverns hotels and helpful exercises, too.
Written tar
1 were great klieg a
V .;'. Hits RussiansWashington typing authority
and ,
public
e ti lights glaring places are installing television .. "
iA VVV sets. In fact out in
before Chicago Send 2Sc
down. and. ) In coin -roud-TnewrWltf-:
the hearings some people became concerned DIVIDED: SeIf-Tau&ht. to Weekly Newspaper
V when they found that children who Ice, 243 West Ktt Street, New peat n.
than were one over pair, more of otherwise wouldn't enter a tavern All France FOURTH ESTATE N.booklet Y. Print title and name No, U address with Sotoe, ,

2 sunglasses ap went in to see the televised baseball All Gaul is divided into three parts t

peared. and football games. So they starteda Communist.. Socialist and DeGaul- Editors Polled Red Coat at Fox Hunt -;;
J N:4 'Y 4 V campaign to purchase televisionsets
Secretary Mar- which could be installed in listUnable Due to Royal Mandate
shall was tossing to make an impression on America's weekly newspaper edi-
schools and
.. ? <>., off the billions as Sunday school rooms. the turbulent French scene, Pre- tors, the still small voices from
he stated the They charged a nickel or dime en- mier Paul Rama- the grass roots would make Harold Wearing red coats at fox: hunts
C amounts needed trance fee until the set was paid for. dier resigned his office Stassen of Minnesota their per- is an old custom from the 12th

Baukhage for long range Changing Technique --- .- in the face of sonal choice as the Republican pres- Century when Henry n of England
and short range widespread Com- idential candidate in 1948. accord made fox hunting a royal sport,

I recovery interim emergency relief Mark DevelopmentThey munist inspired ing to a straw poU conducted by and enjoined by mandate aQ those> "-
and medium -range rehabilitation. the strikes and France's Publishers' Auxiliary, newspaper who took part in the sport to wearTthe t;

: "Two billion six hundred and fifty- say, as a Washington result of all correspondents this- elder statesmanLebn publication devoted to the weekly royal livery-in other words-;;!!
seven millions five hundred and Blum was given field of Journalism.At a red coat. ''
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televising, are getting 'klieg'efes.. '
ninety-seven millions five hundred a mandate to the same time, with laudable
tall and winter Someone suggested that
months than those perhaps reporters -
: millions one hundred and form a new Socialist objectivity the editors expressed If you're stuck for Christausjtj
not similarly' cared for. Because .will be televised right out of
fifty millions. I government. their belief that ideas-consider ,
; natural light usually is not available I existence. They won't The tele- Gov. Thomas 13. gift giving smok:"|j
for specified periods during these Pencils scratched, senatorial. pen phone didn't drive out the telegraph. The situation in Dewey of New York would be the ers on your list either of these,twos
f I months poultrymen find they must cils as well as reportoriaL Although the teletype has pretty Leon Blum France had never one to receive the GOP bid. popular gift items that dealers are,

t resort to the use of artificial light "Then that would be one million much replaced the telegraph opera- touch and been with worse. It was President Truman as virtually featuring now! Flavorful Came]
.' i Most poultrymen start using mused Vandenbergaloud tor (manual sender) somebody still go. the terrifying the only conceivable Democratic cigarettes or mild, mellow Prince
possibility of civil
a war looming as
has to candidate was chosen by the Veal Albert Smoking Tobacco. With
lights In October and continue until confused by the ava- write the messages.
a result of the present deep unrest tors for that party's nomination. these to please-
late gifts you're sure
in March or early April. In general lanche of.digits. Everybody
;.., three lighting practices are as laughed. The mere thought of You always will have to havea Underlying cause of it all is They also conceded, overwhelmingly more people are smoking Camels!
; '' follows: Morning lights evening ONE million among all those reporter to strain the news France's prostrate economic cOndition that the Democratic delegation than ever before, and more pipes
,f V lights or aU-night lights..For mornIng ciphers seemed absurd. through; you can't deliver it and the prospect of a cold hun- would give him the nod at the national smoke P. A. than any other tcbao-f

1 and evening light one 50 watt completely In the raw. It takes a gry winter. Even if U. S.- stopgapaid convention next year. co! Besides, they mean a mini:
:, V :' lamp used in a reflector 16 inChes Now Senator Vandenberg is very human brain not a machine, to is rushed'through immediately Publishers' Auxiliary distributed mum of fuss or bother for you1 1
in diameter and 'laches deep. Is meticulous about making statements Interpret it it will fall far short of being the oil 500' ballots to country weekly' edi for they come all ready gift-

= required for each 200 square feet of concerning foreign policy. He needed to pour on the troubled wa- tors in 48 states and tabulated the wrapped. The Camel carton is_
floor If "all never will agree to an ad libitum interview Already changes in the technique ters. Superimposed on that situation colorfully dressed for the occasion.
space. -night lights
used 10 are on the air, won't allow himself are developing. One for instance were these political factors: containing 200 mild cool flavorful?
one to 15 watt
lamp is
needed for the same amount of floor to be quoted except from a prepared heard over the networks is unique in 1 The, Socialist government, trying :- cigarettes. And Prince Albert for J
form and television
:. space. Light should be located 6 statementThe win improve it S to pursue a moderate Christmas giving is offered in the]
; feet above the floor and placed so day after the "one million" Perhaps you have listened to the ex course, was being squeezed betweenthe popular full pound container. Even|

< that roosts; waterers and feed remark one of my colleagues was cellent summary of the United Na stronger Communists to the*left J a gift card is unnecessary-for
kidding him. tions in which you hear portions of and Gen. Charles De Gaulle's Bally; both Camels and Prince Albert
troughs well
are illuminated. Electric
time switches available "How did you like it Senator" he the speeches of the delegates which of the French People on the extreme have space for cheery Christmas j
are for "When were recorded when they were ( ( And wait till see
t dimm1n, and turning lights on and asked you mixed up millions and right. I Ii greetings. you
: off at required periods.Platforms and billions and it not only made between them an an- { Communists, true to the what a hit your gifts will make
went out over the air but also your Dancer reading a prepared script 2The of !Marx were trying you'll feel jolly as St. Nick him

', J adding and multiplying! went out to and a commentator summarizing, to foment revolution by instigating self.-Adv. -

; I for Calves I Ir some 150.000 television spectators will explaining see. as well interpreting.as hear, what Now goes you me paralyzing strikes alter tneir

My friend expected the senator on here there and everywhere, just legal and political methods to overthrow results on the basis of'218 com- ISTRESS 01'8aby

; '&0 hit the ceiling. But quite as you did at the televised bearings the government had failed. pleted ballots representing a 43.6
moray the contrary. Be was so pleased referred to earlier.In 3 General De Gaulle seeking the per cent return.
1ae.ereee when he realized the number of governmental reins for himself; Although the straw pan contacted ColdReli
aw[nR
fJ people television had brought order to do this job of summarizing has said he would deal with the Com- a representative section of small

V c- 5A ? into the caucus room to see and and interpreting a munists with a strong, authoritarian town editorial opinion its results
/ 1 /. hear senators and witnesses dis- man must be as thoroughly familiar band. De Gaulle is feared becausehe cannot be held entirely' conclusive

a cuss what Vmndenberg considers with the subject matteras stands for totalitarianism.The because of the unknown quantities g4As.H .

such a vital matter that be any reporter who writes aa real struggle for France is being present at the time it was conducted.

forgot his old prejudices. Important news story.- lie must waged between the Communistsand California's Gov. Earl Warren
have sufficient background and DeGaulle's followers. Moderate had not yet declared his candidacy V
Television helped draw both the experience enough general Socialism is simply caught In the for the Republican nomination and :

Republican and Democratic nation knowledge and specific Information middle. the MacArthur sentiment. was bare-
a. + tl political conventions to the to select the proper recorded ly a ripple.
a city of Philadelphia. Television may portions to, give them thee FED, UP:, According to the election forecast Sle .
lav* a very definite effect on th weight they deserve and pick section of the poll 36.9 per cent of

.. ,... For this elevated platform for type of man and woman 'who will the salient points to be sum. With RussiaTo the editors believe President Truman
calves, developed by University of enter public life in the future and it marized. his Chicago audience, it sound. will be re-elected: 21.8 per cent When your child catches

Vermont, finished lumber or rough certainly will have its effect on reporting ed as though U. S. Secretary of State think: Dewey will be the next chiefof chest cold, rub and his little throat
back
lumber may be used. The bottle box methods used in covering He will be a reporter or commentator George Marshall was fun up to here state; 12.4 per cent favor Eisen- with : at bedtime

shown Is made for a two-quart milk public events. writing his story with his lips with Russia's obtuse and exasperating hower; 9.5 per cent have confidence Vicks warming VapoRub,Its soothing special

bottle, five inches.in diameter, but Roger Cupp, general manager of picking out the "quotes" by pouringthe tactics in the field .atmtema- In Taft and 5.4 per cent believe relief-bringing action goes
the box may be adapted to fit other Station WFIL and WFIL-TV was selected stored-up soundwaves from the tional relations. Stassen will be elected. to work Instantly. .and It
size bottles. The hole for the wax record or the wire recorderout Editors polled Keeps working for hours
nipple to sell to political committeemen lie made it clear that the state of were predominant to
is off center, because the box is the television advantages of through the spout of the microphone active resentment of the Soviet ,Union ly Republican. A GOP candidatewas relieve distress even white

1 s higher than it is wide. Two cleats Philadelphia, which is on the coaxial onto the air. to which-Americans have been named as personal choice by; chad sleepsi Often by morn _
{ on each side of the box are placed cable-the highway that carries The profession is the same. Only goaded by the obstructionist actionsof 68.7 per cent and a Democrat by ing the the worst miseries Of

= at the the angle to permit drainage of the images. It stretches from the technique changes.e Russian leaders can in no wise SO per cent.man's Be sure cold you are gone. Try itt

1 bottle. Washington up into New Englandand be' interpreted as warmongering. get the one
President Truman imbibed some ) with Russian VICKS
s west to Schenectady. Thus. Marshall charged Russia policy Indicated and only -
eateries the first meatless
1,260 on
that
perhaps a U. S.
i Australian Philadelphia's'advantage, said Tuesday. But he'll probably need with blocking European recovery dealing with ultimatum
Clamp f fI Soviet obstructton- ,
Clipp, Is its central location which more on Thursdays. That's the day and waging: a deliberate antiAmerican ism was not too far distant.
allows it to draw upon the pool of propaganda campaign. -
he meets with press and radio core As a matter of fact a strong SO FAST..PURE"DEPENDABlStJosephASPiRi"
skilled television personnel locatedIn respondents. Ait Is time to call a halt to such existed that possibility
the East and makes it easily accessible inflammatory' practices;. he said. Marshall mightmake
Just such a stand at the Lon
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will ventions.In require. $175.000 for both con Germany in the war. They may do community to which we belong peace treaties. Awaiting the conference -

the same now, and we'll have the ? with utmost seriousness, the

addition to the regular station old beef sandwich they used to talk It was one of the most angry de- secretary of state told his Chicago st. s

coverage television receivers about in Germany-brown outside nunciations yet made against Rus- listeners that:

and large screens will be and red inside. sia by a, high U. S. official and "It is my purpose to concentrate 1 ts
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TUBE Commercial m seum. In this usually suffer from. "inhibited aggressive of the temper of the times.Mar tragic stalemate and to speed
way all the party members impulses says Journal of shall's Chicago address added to the advent of a new era of peace
who cannot find room In Convention Living. Which makes easy to bet all the other recent expressions of and hope for Europe and the
,' ban pins about 25,000 on what Stalin jron't die of. disgust (including President 'Tra world.**
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power or influence in this country seem like pitiful, ant-like -'

r figures confronted by a vast wave about to overwhelm them _.LIVESTOCK_ <'''':-

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oncoming wave because we all are standing near them,.still for millions of box raisers. Satis guac

si seem puny and insignificant. What they are crying out to the

wave: approaching them is: "We will pay you to subside We _PERSONAL_
MADE IT Among the recent
DOLLARS> Genuine U. S. Silver Dollars
will give you billions of dollars and(-
arrivals In Washington to attend for Christmas gifts or souvemers. Single
raw materials and manufactured $1.50.201' more $1-25 ea. Insured postpaid.
the special session of congress was BROWNIE. Belt 47Z.D. Tae..... ft-...
commodities,,if :you will simply sub-
Sen. Glen H. Taylor (Dem., Idaho) "
side and behave yourself They are
who came In on a horse after comileting POULTRY, CHICKS Ss: EQUIP.
trying to buy off what Is a world
his cross-country ride from HELP YOUR HENS be profitable layers.
cataclysm. Stimulate poor apoeutes with Dr.LeGear'a
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objection to U. S. foreign pollCT.BE'S .
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LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU incidents la
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there are m. cbea aJs. M minerals
you ever think of giving prize- of comparative historical Insignifl- ft phenol derivatives. NIL Tablets are

tJ winning jellies or home preserved Tomato Juice z cance to be repaired overnight by a "Money will not get more work difi'mnrtKI different. Punlj .,,.-

things for presents? They are one of Fried Scallops Tartar Sauce few billion dollars. out of she British coal miners, who 'tflU-t. combination of 10 vegetable ;
Baked Potatoes Green Beans ingredients formulated over 3O years
constantly seek more andS mart pay
the most pleasant gifts to receive as their
Recalls Fast History.- coated
Uncoated candy
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Apple-Cranberry Salad less and bit works' desperate ago.
for *
well as to give and with their variety action is dependable thorough, yet J:
Bran Muffins Beverage Together (and they are inseparable nation on the verge of bankruptcy.
have .
of NK's
of colors you can make a sparkling gentle, as millions '
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake ; ) with many: other intimations of proved.; Get a 251 box. Use ss dittoed ,
them
of appropriate -
array very disaster they form a great wave of himself and his country. A Europe

for holiday giving. such destroyed Carthageand which is unwilling to give up artificially
THE YOUNGEST Dr. history: as
It's true that the jelly: season Is full rolling boil, over hottest flame Samuel D. Marble, 31 years old. brought about the fall of Rome. pegged currencies, complicated .-

past and few fresh berries are available Stir constantly before and while automatically became the youngest They represent a revolutionary customs barriers, a Britain TONIGHT

but then oiling. Boil hard 1 minute. Remove college president in the United change in world society as great as which still seeks to re-establish car aft

many homemakers j from fire and stir in bottled pectin. States when he was inauguratedas the disappearance of feudalism or tell and 19th century closed-trade, Au.ava caaav QttCXRELKFFMACS :

have' put up Then stir and skim by turns for just president of Wilmington col the inauguration of the IndustrialAge areas, has not yet reached the catharsis :}

juice to be made 5 i minutes to cool slightly to prevent loge Wilmington Ohio. and the rise of the British Empire. out of which new strength BbWOSTWH .;:

Into jelly. For II j floating fruit. Pour quickly.: Cover new character new hope is born. .
those of who with paraffinat once.
you: Forced into socialism on the one -.or"

don't have those Apricot Pineapple Jam. There is no way of dissipating hand by poverty and disaster. Brit- 1

resources, try a 1 pound dried apricots the wave, confining It or ordering ain still clutches with the other the I COLDSLIQUID

canned or bottled 1 pint can crushed pineapple It to cease. The best we can decaying remnants of the.19th century '

juice like grape, and make use, of IJi cops pineapple juice and do Is to pat out stoat anchors imperialism which brought her MEDICINE IS BETTER '

the citrus fruits. against the storm, adjust ourselves in another and '
water age great power Gt tplit-MCMd ...... .. C.U Mutriti vfcb tom,
If you: want to do something particularly 3 cops sugar and hope to survive as wealth. That imperialism lies be- ;..lergett MlUf.t+piC.N: ,..........ie 1M U.S. i
; nice, make a few batchesof people do In a hurricane.The bind the advancing wave of history, LIQUID 1
them In small Soak apricots' overnight; drain forever. 666 COLD PREPARATION
chutney and put up gone
and cut into small pieces. Measureout c-....,.....
jars. They'll be a welcome additionto wave is everywhere evident- The humanitarian responsibility
that pineapple juice and enough In the Orient the Near East Russia
anyone's meat course, now for food lies almost wholly upon our
water to make 1% Mix together
supplies of that food are low and we cups. and Europe. To fling ourselves shoulders and. so long as civilization 9.

are trying to-use the economicalcuts apricots pineapple and Water against it, to think that we can buy exists and Christian morality has )
; cook for 30 minutes over a low
for budget purposes. off or even postpone its approach is any weight, cannot be avoided. We
Same, stirring occasionally; Add simply; a folly by which we weakenour cannot look for humanitarianism in -
Grape Jelly. sugar and cook until, thickened, r '"
forces. Unfortunately
own per.r the moral and ethical vacuum l :
(From bottled juice) about 15 minutes. Ladle mixture ,, haps tragically the responsibilities rep- .;
resented by Soviet Russia. The men -
3 cops sugar into clean sterilized glasses and for our defense are largely in the in Moscow In themselves a horrible r :;: : i-- ;
hot paraffin at once. ( ;
ti -2 cups hGt__n_ -dr&De- ---- -Juice pour bands'of men who still are thinkingin manifestation of the wave, will use
t.! W 'g-oonce bottle liquid pectin Ginger Pear Conserve. )j the idiom of an age which is already their wheat politically; They will

"4 pounds "pears past and will not return. even sell it at a high price demand-
Measure sugar and juice into a
2 lemons Withstanding the Wave.It ing in turn American dollars be-
large saucepan and mix. If you use .
.
4 pounds sugar cause their pegged ;:
an unsweetened juice, add H cup of is possible that we. as a nation own currencyhas ,.
% pound candied ginger no real value in the world.
sugar. Bring to a boll over high heat SIGHT FOB SORE EYES may be able to stand as a rock in -

and add liquid pectin at once, stirring : Peel, core and chop pears fine. Now the people booming Gen. the path of that oncoming wave, sur- Russia Overestimated.

constantly. Bring to a full rollIng ,Grate the rind, and add the juice Dwight Eisenhower for president viving it as Rome survived the wave Despite its ruthlessness and realism change to CALOX

boil and boll hard for 30 seconds. from! the lemons. Boil with sugar In 1948 are trying: to give the which swept her world as barbaric Soviet Russia is not a power

Remove from heat and skim. -Pour until thickened, about 45 minutes. general that new look. Kay Com- Carthage challenged her power and comparable to this nation. As Walter for the fartic'e6ect, ..

into hot sterile jelly glasses and Add ginger which has been choppedfine Iskey of New York wears the sen- security. We shall not do so if we Lippmann has pointed out. the

cover'with paraffin at once. Makes and cook for 15 minutes longer. timent on her sunglasses. j deliberately weaken ourselves in insignificant satellites and the nations Russia has on your smile

about five 6-ounce glasses. Pour into dean jars and-- seaL---- .. picayune efforts to halt swallowed up are, in their present Efficient Cob I<
Chutney.Makes ;;: --"' : the wave. state, liabilities rather than sourcesof
.Grape and Mint Jelly.* Apple : 2 Helps remove film...bring out
( C pints) strength. all the natural lucre of
: : .. I mean by picayune efforts, your
H,cup cold water ; smile.
4 pounds" onions, peeled and .f billions loaned to Englandand Russia Is 'f
3 caps bottled crape juice four Essentially only a 2A special ingredient in Calax '

Sat cup lemon Juice chopped ,; l .,',:'. dissipated quickly, 20 bil- potential power which can fall encourages ngsbrmassage... :! .
1 S-ounce package of powdered 2 pounds green apples peeled : :i-".'.1. lions poured Into Europe to vanish Into disintegration quickly in the which bas a tonic effea on gums

'fruit pectin and chopped ... ". perhaps without result overnight face of another war., It Is not ,.helps makes them firm and '

4 cops granulated sugar 4J4 cops brown sugar, firmly or even billions and billions impossible that the Balkans and CalozitUdt fy. onUP70UIJDi1e1rida ..

packed \ i. w. more Waves of history, central Europe can fall within
peppermint
5i to 1H teaspoons
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1 pound seeded raisins like earthquakes .,and horrt.i a generation into the desolationof '. y
extract
It) 9*** 2 teaspoons cln&erI canes are not to be bought off. the Thirty Years war. That '

Combine water grape ,and lemon I teaspoons powdered cloves They are simply not in the mar possibility, too, is a part of the -

juice hi kettle. Stir in pectin. Heat I 5 teaspoons cinnamon ;. ket. "Wave of Distor,.."

to a fun rolling 3 teaspoons salt

I boil, stirring con- 3 tablespoons molasses .j The unrest the perpetual strikes We shan not stop the wave by DOUBLE Millions on th e name.Moroline. rely.

) scantlyt Stir hi Dash of cayenne pepper the unwillingness of British coal pouring out billions and billions for

; sugar. Heat to Combine all ingredients In a large miners to produce more the despairof carelessly or perhaps generously; or FILTERED ty petroleum
h d full rolling boil absurd and destructive Nihilist under any other circumstances. We jelly. Tine for
EOR EXTRA QUALITY
p and :simmer uncovered for
kettle burns, caaf .
and boil 5 min philosophies like Existentialism, the can, however, perhaps keep Intact PURITY *

utes. Remove about 2'occasion-hours, inertia and the despair of whole peoples a citadel about which world civilization B 0 JIO

TI'' \ from heat; skim.1 stirring 'mix the prevalent philosophy liv can rebuild itself. We shall not 61 G I

\ Add extract. ally; until ing from day to day the evil tacticsof do so by economically weakening

.' Then pour Into ture becomes Russia in exploiting all these ele- ourselves. The quickest route to the
and dark. :j
thick
freshly sterilized glasses .and pour ments and many more are all a destruction of democracy Is that '01 .
immediately -
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Pour
hot paraffin at once. -This makes into hot sterilized SYMPHONIC'GUT Dr.. Jury; part of that wave of history. economic depression. To weaken jju ;t g
ourselves in a futile .
attempt to halt
about seven 6-ounce glasses. \ i Arbatsky young 'Bossian composer Money will not cure the despairof
preserve the wave of history is the surest \:_ fit mill listS 111 ralUIf
Marmalade. 'and'seal im and former student of Rach a twic!-defeated Germany. It will -
Thrifty Jars to death of RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
of the British way democracy and, in -
work out
maninoff Is reported to hare dedicated not get more
(Makes eight 6-ounce glasses) mediately. symphony to" Princess coal miners who constantly seek the end of western civilization. r ::

.JJ4 cups prepared fruit Pineapple Chutney. Elizabeth of England as a wedding more and more pay,for:less and less ... : I''.

5 cups sugar 5 pounds cooking apples peeled gift. But no one know for work In a desperate nation.on the

K bottle fruit pectin and chopped sure. } verge of bankruptcy. It will only: Sympathetic Irish rc fi Ifl AGIGB

To prepare fruit,.use,skins,from 8 C cups crushed pineapple ,. permit the miner to relax a little 0-
44 cops brown sogar firmly final catastrophe Replace Shamrock '--
lemons the
medium oranges and 2 medium ( : ; more before :
and cut hv?quarter*. Lay'quar- packed riiI::: ., which may engulf us as wett. It Is
OGDENSBURG. N. Y.-Loss of a R I N C S
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about half of 'the'. ', .
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recognition
food chopper .
yellow rinds through InC some .
3& cardamon seed .. Mrs. TimothO"Leary Insisted In 0 iu till tin nnts n
2 teaspoo
twice*.Add 2% cups"water. Juice"of. Purge Is Necessary.To hint ma ci. .... :-
2 soda and 1 2 teaspoons cinnamon coming to the rescue when someone
lemons H
teaspoon
cup sugar. This 1 cup of sugar Is in 1 teaspoon powdered cloves ; it' ': soar Into the realms of philosophical stole a 50-year-old shamrock plant S

addition to the 5 cups mentioned Combine all ingredients In a large history there come times from Mrs. George Valley. WNU=14

above.) Bring to boil and simmer' kettle and simmer, uncovered fox ,!oO:" when a purge of men and nations After reading a newspaper-
-gniautes,9eltrrint about 1V4 hours, stirring occasionally seems necessary and inevitable,
covered for SO count of Mrs. Valley's plight the
until mixture becomes thick. when man is forced to depend upon
occasionally. OLearys sent her some slips from IF YOU -
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Pour Immediately; hot himself
Measure'sugar and prepared fruit : :. their own shamrock plant brought S
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'To peel oranges-or grapefruit and almost' entirely with the burned founded 98 ,.ean-slOtsince it was fittings or neon lights* mar the rold-

Lee the fruit- entirely tram the taste. :.\ taken over by conservative Boston fashioned setting. -as oUcatioa lead!**t /
white pulp" !mdu' investment firnv.four months ago. Since then there has been a brisk
membranes or Cabbage can be cut quickly on a -aaun pportaitie
Investing-in;theatore: with turnover licorice sticks brooms
fruit ;
neath the skin, first.place the You coarse shredder. Cut head in half UIt" 'IRONWOMAN..FrankIe Groves After "risk dollarv Paget wheelbarrows and cording: f6r con bo.putsle puliis .
in' five minutes. some spare
hot water for
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a large one. 16 Stinnett, Tex* high school of Boston"modernized"the husks. Dress'shirts can be foundona'"counter. -7oar
then will be able to peel every partick corporation -.f RiP .a- e.
outside from the fruit pulp.: To" save time and dishwashln:, Jnalor. played her first honest-e- establishment to the extent of alongside dungarees whil aaraiaa--.:
when you use muffin tins use paper gosh football game against the installing new*counters'and"an enlarged modern bathroom cabinets are displayed -
thin"ahredde4'cabbace.1Ie :ak'for'auorv
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I > ? P "' ; :: NOTICE Serto 15 (u. Chapter Qkeeehobee except Iota 23'cad t-l. CHOBEE: COCNTY. IN CHANCSBT
;1 1- :, : } 065S.WMBt.Lawl tt of Florid Art* or 1W1.n Lots 1 to U Inc Block ill City ofOkeeehobee '. CASE NO. 1055: ,
61 Chtpte 14HT. La iof except:: loU 4 'and '7. SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
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4 /Plorida,' ( AeU of mi. and also pur : CoBtaininc 5.3 acre D. A. ALLEN. Defendant.
2QT::. Will be offered for ale at public NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ciaoter
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uint Sctioa
: \ of Fort Pierce of to Florida. of 1941, u outcry for the highest and beat cash THE STATE OF FLQBIDA.
} The B & K Motors ,. amended Laws by Settles Aetp 19. Chapter bid. subject to the right of the Board TO D. A.. ALLEN
Commissioners of Drainage
:, of Florida. ASlS0' 1943. of Everglades ADDRESS UNKNOWNYou
Laws
and 5.W9.Swtkm 44. Chapter : Laws District, and or Board of CountyCommissioners are hereby reqaired to appear A
Dealers of Florida. Act. of mi. aa amended of Okeechobee C BB- at my office in OkfttollM>ee. Florid
Kaiser-Frazer
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'lorida. Acts of IMS. the following bids. at the 'Coanhonae.' beKtoBlnr at' Complaint for divorce filed acalait
". dweribed l land la Okeechobee County. 10:00 o'clock A. )I. oa the Ittta day you by Beatrice Allen. In Circuit
: the of January. 1948. Easement for drain Court. Okeeehobee County. FlorMa.
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are, pleased to announce appointment Lots 11 and 16. Block 9. City of I age and reclamation and road pur- default wherefor Decree rN Coafesu
'; Okeechobee.Lot. poses will be recerred. will be entereln against yon; uOkeechobee *- '
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of City:: of Okeechobee. D 11 A I-NAUE newspaper In which ibis Order abU ;
Lot. 11 and 1:. Blod: 2i3. FirstAdd TBICT and be published once n week for foci
to City of Okeeelaobee.Let. BOARD. OK COCXTT COMMISSION consecutive weeks.
1 ud 8. Block :.. South Otto.chobee. ERS OF OKEBCHOBKB: COCNTTFLOBIDA. Witness my band and official seal
ALTO WATFORD JR. at Okeechobee Florida UU 17tk day
Lot 1. 4. 13, IS And 17. BrowningsAddltioa. BT of t ev.. A. D. 1941.
MABEL RACLEBSON: .
SHEFFIELD
WI.'' Cf W 1.2 ef SW 14 of SB ABEL RACLEB8ON SHEFFIELDClark Clerk 'ct Circuit Conn. OkiMketia, -
their Associate Dealer for Okeechobee L4 of ate. 13. Twp. S7S. Ego 8SE. of the Circuit Court of Oket County Florida.By .
as Containing 10 urt. cbobee County, Florida, II agent tit CONNIE W, BACLXBIOX. D. C,
Lots 1. to S lane Slop L City ofAkeschobes. aid Boards. (IUL)
By CONNIE: W. EAt LEESOX.Aeptsa: MABt ICHTUUX.AttofBly
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E; ( ltttt4nhi : t 5 \ Okejchobee on : -
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the Board of Public Instruction of :
Wales where he Joned his brother :Dkeeebobee County. Florida. wiU reeeire !
published every' Friday by the and made the trip to Tallahassee bid on or before January 5, l1W4.D ,
_ Okeeehobee tfews Co., at Okeeehobee, the following materials
.,Okeeehobee County Florida., 'where he attended the funeral yesterday Approximately 11000 feet 4.Inch V '
j Joint eeilittg; 10000 fret 1x6 T d: G
morning. Mrs. Burr .
leftYhIs. KD Shying: : 600 feet 1x8 and 1x10No.
BRYANT BOWDEN ..,......Editor ,morning for Miami where she 1 Pine Mid bids will be opened Win NewChevrolet .
la the office of the County Superintendent -
will Join him and attend the ser- : on Monday, January 5th. 19-tS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,rices % I at 10 o'clock A. M. Inquire at Super ,
In that I
One Year in advance ..........'.3.00 city. tendent'a office for farther details .
Six Month in advanee ..,..,.. 1.50 The Board reserves. the right to rejeet .
Three Months in advance UHU 1.00 Okeechobee farmers participating any ur all E. LJbHTSET bids.AS Chairman .. I .

in the 1947 Soil Conservation Board of Public'Instruction
Entered as second class matter July ATTEST: Carl T. D rranee. ,
1 program[ in_ Okeeehobee county are County Superintendent t
1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okeeehobee
Florida, c 4 fret of March advised by C. W. Billiard, Chair '. .
8, 187 nan of Okeechobee County ACA NOTICE TO APPEARTo 'I
1 that January 15th is the deadline I '
JOSEPHINE BOKOMEI.: -
j reporting practice carried out 4W2 Blue Plains Drire. South West I
Local Persal.I %
and
on:>> their farms during 1947. Mr.Hilllard Apartment Wishlngton.. D C.
You are hereby required to file your ... '
stated the s e reports written appearance In my office la ... 'II..
Okeeehobee. Okeeehobee Cou ty. Florlda '. .
Mrs Cilto JAr lift Tuesday to should be made in County Agent'softtee oo or before the Firth thethBiil day I 11
at which time application of January. A. D. 1941 to of I
return to her home in Miami attir Complaint for divert thud umlaut '
ependin & week here with Dr. tar payment na? be signed. Slid yea h Vlnctnt Bofom. ia tt. Cir* I'
sad fertilizer receipts and iketcneeo Butt Court of OkMcbob County 11'i
and MM. JCieenmtn Florid |a default whereof DerM Pro .
new work completed mail be Con***** will be entered attintt you

Mr and. -W H. Peeples an. tiled when performance report Is Iguated The Or loa*the chcb newspaper* News la in hereby which 4.this.. i DRAWING TUESDAY NIGHT DEC. 23rd I'I'I

made. Order hU he published once a week ,
nounce the arrival of a baby girl for four successive weeka.
\ born at the Fort Pierce Hospital WITNESS my band and official seal I

\ Tuesday, ,Dec. 9. They returned to If the State Board' of Health at day Okeecnobee.of November Florida 1047.MABEL this the 23th

Okeecbobee Wednesday. goal of one ,million X-rays is RAULERSON SHEFFIELD I
CLERK CIKCriT COURT.
reached, it Is estimated I
that approximately By CONNIE W. BAULEESOX. D. C.
Florida's local tuberculosis associations 5,000 cases of tuber- (SEAL)
Gilbert Theatre
.aid tn"lubsldlzlng medical I culosis needing treatment of some G.Attorney C. DURBANCa For Plaintiff. II I !i I.I I.

research !n the field of tuberculosis sort will be discovered. .

through' contributions of NOTICEOKEECIiOBEE I l'- 1 I

Seal Sale funds. I

LetfersTo'Editor NOTICE December IS 16.HEREBY COI'JkTl.1&47. GIVEN FLORID that PLEASE PUT YOUR TICKETS THE BOXESKEEP

C. II. Holcomb, manager of the pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter _
Okeeehobee Motor Company local 1S5W, Law of Florida Acts of 1937.
Editor Of News known as the :MURP1U ACT and In YOUR STUBS
Ford Dealers, was a visitor spend- pursuance of Chapter y/OUSa. Laws of I II ;
Last night, for one brief second Florida Arts of 11M1 known aa the
ing the first of the week in Jacksonville I
I "gazed upon the red-hot hingesof EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS- .
where he went to attend TRICT ACT the following described I \
hell Itself," to quote the words land situated in Everglades Drainage
the showing of the new 1948 Model
DUtrict.
in Okeeehobee County Flow
of
writer
a whose has been
name .
Ford Trucks. He returned Wednesday Ida will be offered for sale at public
forgotten. Caught uptown byfthe outcry for the highest and best
night. cash bid. subject to the
right of the
rain I was afterward walking on Trustees- of the Internal
Improvement
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North Park Avenue, taking the Fund and of the Board of Commissioners i.. ON THE SCREEN
or Everglades Drainage District .1 < .
pavement instead of the sidewalk to reject any and ail bids at the : <
Seals ,
Christmas I
Courthouse
because the sidewalk was, as usual beginning at 10:00 oclock :
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A. :M. on thelath day of January
after a rain, covered with water. 1948. As to all parcels of land of ten .
acre or more, title to one-half of SONG OF THE THIN MAN .
There
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car approached rapidly. petroleum and three-fourths of other i. I II
was no other car in the vicinity.The minerals will be reserved by Trusteesof
the Internal Improvement Fund.
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ditch was full and water extended Easements for road right of way :00 With
onto the pavement. Let me feet wide will be reserved by said I I i i
Trustees from any parcel through .
admit I should ,have ,crossed the which there is an existing state road; "..
and easement for drainage and reclamation William Powell Loy I
street though with all that room and for road purposes will Myrna
It seemed at the moment unneces- be reserved by the Board of Commissioners \
of Everglades Drainage "
s sary. The driver was on the Tight District. : 1'
side of the street. 'The .right of DESCRIPTION Sec. Two.. Rge. ,-
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way was his, and he kept it. I Iota 15 and IS Block 2. City of I'
Yw ProttcttotiAwiif OkeechobeeT1U .
tale
stood still in the edge of STEES OF THE INTERVAL 1MPROAEMENT ,
water until It was clear he did not FUND OF THE STATE

TvtocvlosisSilverware jumped intend to straight give an into inch the, and ditch.then OF BOA EVERGLADES FLORIDA HI) O)' COMMISSIONERS DRAINAGE DISTRACT OF- : First Show Begins 6 P. M. < \I .


Except for wet feet and wet pants By Mabel Itanlerson Sheffield. Agent '
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and for Board of Com
Diamonds-Watches done. The driver continued mlnslonera of Everglades Drainage
District Okeeehobee
County Florida.
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years and kept a home in another )

city at the same time. People who

want, to buy my plate ask .:why*.1

w*. put up with the li inconvenience.- I Our Stock Is : "

There are reasons and here is one

of them: This thing of being com- :

} peled to risk your life on the

107 N. 2nd St. Fort Pierce: streets because the sidewalks are

covered with water after every .:

rain does not promote the desire'to : :

.. become a permanent resident. In I Still Gompletet

THE J AYCEESPreaent my youth I was _a good jumper. ,

Last night proves I still know

The Sixth; AnnualRODEO how, but these legs are not what '

they were forty years ago. Even a '


,: D'Fat ,, couldn't glimpse that of change the the aforesaid that. thought'It Isn't;hinges'somrca of H' for Last Minute Shoppers .


death terrifies me. I Just don't
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Lakeland_ Fla. ditch of Signed muddy-A water.near victim.CLASSIFIED For Him See us For Her, # lv


JaR. 1st to 4th .: Underwear Blouses "
ADS Rayon Robes for Gifts for -

3:00 P. M., Jan. 1st & 4th. Ties-Sox-ldkfs Costume Jewelry-Hose

'8:00 P. M., Jan. 2nd & 3rd. one "th e whole J
FOR SALE-1940 ton Dodge
Bill Folds, Belts Hdkfs, House Coats ,
IN CASH truck with cattle body. Ill good \,

$5,000 PRIZES condition with good tires. R Dress.Shirts, Pajamas FamilyOpen : Dresses. Bags, all, Colors

L. Jones Box 516 or phone -
Brooo Riding, Calf Roping Sport Shirts, Hats '
and ,Styles Suits Dress
and 89-2. Okeeehobee, Fla. ,
BaUdoninc', Ballridlng t
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other> cowboy sports. Fortune Shoes. till Materials 1
WANTED Reliable hustler tc
16 thrilling events each with 200(] Leather Jackets -
supply consumers
Toilet Sets F
featuring -Rayon Gowns
performance household necessities. State age, 8 o'clock _, j jr

Sam Stewart occupation, references. Raw

leigh's. Dept. FAL-530-Y( Mem, Saturday and.
Only American cowboy to .... ; _
phis, Tenn.
ever fight balls la the bullrings For
.t Mexico'-tm\ a barehanded Boys. Xmas Eve For Girls 1.': i
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Salesman .} <
Bull Fight Cowboy Shirts
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Silver Spurs ,Quadrille DungareesBelts YOUR XMAS STORE Beautiful Assortment I

Ford'and Others If you are financially respond r
Funny Rayon and Cotton Dresses
ble with. sales ability or Licensed Sweaters The Most complete ,
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Jackets '
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connection
in a lifetime GIfts In The .

Real Estate business, where commissions Games And Toys Glades Area Dungarees, Dolls and Toys.
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once. 'TTe: are Nationally KnoW: '.- .:"h

Real' 'Estate- Brokers operating tt For' babies we have a complete Infants- Dept.: \ Everything, for.baby.BAUSON'S t

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capital Investment required. W- DEPARTMENT STORE .

3, Mite-IXMT Parade-downfbwn.; supply training and supervision; .
1:" P. It,-'Jan.;1st. adrertis nr jand necessary supples --

2 ,Admission- ?T.' Real Estate 'experience not essen We Clothe The Family See Our, Window Displays Phone 10a .

; I AduUa. ChiJdrenJI.00 tial. Write usi stating busines.- ,- '., -r .-1'- '
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Over blouse where she belonged with Geoff and SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
'Lovely
the man she knew now she loved.

THE FICTION CORNER "You've taken awfully good care

Gayly Embroidered iI i of Jan" she heard Cummings say. 20i/Cf0iIt3 .L i0

I "She never looked better not even a :

MASQUERADE ; when she was Mrs. Cummings..

II I -.I By ESTHER AND WARREN HALL I Huxley"Well,responded we try to keep smiling her happy warmlyat eJjautime rrock JIai Ye/ice 2eat ,

I I _I Janet "Don't we. Geoff?"

They are good to me," Janet ou.a

4 lips opened in a sound- ment. "You're a handsome little fellow said and her voice was suddenly into 8241V 1
JANET'S his hand Jai
Dredl! Swiftly, at that" he admitted grudging husky. Geoff slipped ctottis
present? he
O (In one breath-taking instant, all her ly.; "How old are you?" hers. "How about my \ \

mingled memories of Dred Cummings Til be five tomorrow" Geoff wanted True to enough know." Cummings put in. !

merged and rushed to meet boasted. "That's why Daddy's going fire
"I mustn't get in the way of a
him as he came across the Waldorf to meet us here. He's
going to buy engine. And Til leave you, sir, to
0fl lobby. He was older six years me a fire engine, the biggest one in old flame. Goodby Janet."
guard an
alder. Janet reckoned quickly-and the biggest store in New York., He pressed her hand a moment and
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his face was burgeoning slightly 0o
"Five Cummings reflected was gone. \? ,
with the subtle promise of another aloud. "I must say Jan that Isn't Janet turned to Huxley. ':I'm

clitn. But he still wore his custom- very flattering. You waited Just sorry" she said weanly. "I didn't

,' made charm as debonarily as his about long enough for the ink to dry Intend to to ." ,

well-tailored clothes. on the decree. What's your name, "To pretend you were Geoffrey's
Janet flicked down her glove and son?" mother Instead of his governess."

looked at her watch. Three twenty- Tin Geoffrey G. Huxley Jr.." he finished for her. "I realize that, \ \ \ I

/ive. This certainly was no time to Geoff said. Janet. But If you only knew how
be renewing the past. She leaned

oack In her chair and turned as

,t; 'tI though to speak to the small boy : :

landing at' her elbow. Perhaps
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"Janet, light of my life!" a iC

Somehow she managed a casual \ -xo -

smile. Gracious," she said,lightly, y=s y

4 'it must be old-home week. How e s \ 4 :-k?:

are you. Dred?" .

He grasped her outstretched hand

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A S handsome an overblouse asyou'll nique. She could remember how :

see, and one certainto that ardent pressure had thrilled her i :
the first time they met. and how Y 4-
bring a wealth of compli-
you [ \ 'If.
\ Draped Frock ;
ments. For extra special occasions hollow it had seemed the day they <

make of heavy white silk crepe parted, the day she was leaving for 1J A BEAUTIFULLY draped dress J

and embroider the bows in gold or Reno. for pleasant afternoons SoflfeS

silver. Or try a colorful print and "I swear," he said "you're: prettier Set of Doll Clothes gathers accenting the sideswept(; -! '

omit the embroidery if you like. than ever-if that's possible.But line on the bodice are repeated oa :ii
do A COMPLETE! set of doll clothes one hip. Short or thr z'
of course, dolls never age, ee'9uarte
they-particularly; Dresden dolls Somehow she managed a c:nasal: smile. "Gracious" she said Ito give her favorite toy a fresh sleeves are provided. | :
To obtain complete directions tissue
pattern.. sues 14. 16 and 18 included finishing with spun-gold hair and the bluest lightly "it must be old-home wee!C," new look. These gay toys require e e ..f-.'
instructions transfer for design and china eyes in the world. And that's little fabric and are such fun to Pattern No. 8229 comes in sizes 14. 1C :;
embroidery instructions for Beau Catcher Cummings whistled softly "THE long rye been pretending exactly sew. Why not use of 18. 20. 40. 42 and 44.Size 18. short steeVes31a =
Blouse (Pattern No. 5586) send 20 cents in what you were, you know. The little little scraps yourdaughter's yards of a9inch.Don't }.;;
Geoffrey G. Huxley? Standard Oil that. Besides, If I were a boy dresses to fashion this -
coin your name address and pattern Dresden doll I brought to life. miss the Fan and Winter Ism el <:
number. Huxley You did pretty well. Jan. who had been motherless 'since the cute outfit. FASHION = ;
our complete
pattern Boar*' icine.
Due to an unusually large demand and .It was kind of you. Janet told Janet nodded. Yes she'd done day he was born. I'm sure I'd like a x e e Special features, easy to' rasp ::,
current conditions, slightly more time is him. "Let there be life and there mother for birthday present al- styles free pattern printed ladle tkr- .,;.
well to now. But min a "Pattern No. 8241 Is for dons size 16. 18,
required in filling orders for a few of the pretty up any book. cents. :" '
was life. I should be eternally: grate- most as well as a fire engine. Per 20. 22 and 24 inches. See pattern for exact PriceOj
most popular patterns. ute. She rose quickly."I : Send youi der to: ;
Send your order to: ful. haps. If you approve we can give
She wasn't bitter about it now. mustn't keep you Dred.: It's -
Geoff both. ,
SEWING CIRCLE
PATTERN DEPT, -
SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK Not very bitter, anyhow. But he been nice seeing you again, almost requirements.OUSEHOID 539 South Wells St. Chicago t.,.m. ':}i

SM Sooth Wells St. Chicago 7. 111. must never guess her desolation like having a lock of your hair.I Enclose 25 cents In coins for each .
Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No when she first realized that other ." Her voice trailed off. She Stassen at Best pattern desired. '_',

might have known. Geoffrey G. Pattern No indispensable to
women were as
Huxley Sr., big. hearty. and peren- On Labor Issues
Name Dred Cummings as his brushes and Name a 'sAddress -
nially rumpled, was striding toward INTS -'
Adduce palette. He must never know his i
them an eager grin on his tanned _
memory had left a pall that not even WHERE I STAND ,,
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little Geoff's sunny: affection nor his face. By Harold E. Stassen Tarnished gold embroidery can -:';!'

ather/s kindness could dispel. "Hello, son." He stooped and (Doubhd y-205 p.p.-$2) be cleaned with pulverized burnt

For Quick Cough "Come, come, my dear" he was tousled the boy's hair affectionately.; By BUI Scboentgen alum. Relieve\
saying. "That's hardly; fair. I wish "Hope I haven't kept you waiting -.- How To ; .
In of politicians
Relief Mix This you'd pose for me again. Just once. Ion,." he said to Janet. She shook an, Mr.age Stassen quasi-literate, the determined Slide-fasteners on garments tq -
know divorce I've her head and raised her hands in a \
Do you since our be laundered should be closed be-
candidate for Republican presidential
Syrup, at Home hardly been" able to touch a brush to slight,-helpless Mr. Huxley.gesture." "Mr. Cummings nomination has tugged at the fore washing. Bronchitis

canvas. -
Here's an old borne mixture your bootstraps of his social conscIous.
real "Except for that one-man exhibition "Dred Cummings Huxley asked China or pottery should never Iii-
mother probably used but. for ness and raised himself above the Creomtrtslon relieves promptly -,
results, it is still one of the most effective at the Anderson Galleries" with obvious Interest. hurly-burly; ; of.the vote-getting mob be scoured. Hard rubbing causes cause it goes right to the seat of th*

and dependable for coughs due to Janet said wryly; ; "and those mu- The other man nodded. "That'sright. ) the rare level of a forthright po- the color or gilt to fade and dam- trouble to help loosen and expel:
colds. Once tried you'll swear by It. K germ laden phlegm, and aid nature;
rals at the fair and about
Your wife has told the smooth finish.
It's no trouble at all. :Make a syrup you tical thinker who takes as his ken ages to soothe and heal raw tender, to-
by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar "Oh I suppose I've managed to me. I suppose." his own national society. -.- flamed bronchial mucous membranes. -'.

and one cup of water a few moments struggle along" he agreed. "But Huxley glanced at Janef strained I The former governor of Minnesota Wooden handles are preferableto 1'eU your druggist to sell yoa''

until dissolved. No cooking is needed.Or how about you?" For the first time face. "The papers have been full of attempts no probing Into the bone for kitchen knives as bone a bottle of Creomulslon the taj-
you can use corn syrup or liquid he noticed Geoff. "Why. Jan! Youhaven't. he said fierstanding: you must like the\rsyH
those murals of yours intricacies of foreign policy and has
honey. instead of sugar syrup. a tendency to chip. quickly allays the cough or yea an,
Now put 2Mi ounces of Flnex into a this isn't. easily.: makes no bones about admitting It. -.- to have your money backCREOMULSION"*: '

pint bottle,and fill up with yoursyrup. i Janet hesitated. The flush on her Janet stood very still listening to His thesis Is that once a sound, for Use old
This makes a foil pint of splendid :cheeks deepened. "This is my Job" their conversation watching their ward-looking domestic organizationhas pillow cases to cover ; <
cough medicine and gives you about dresses in the clothes closet. Makea for Coughs.Chest Colds.BronciiUs j
she said, reaching out and hugging faces. Dispassionately she noted been achieved, an equally constructive
four times a. much for your money.It i slit in the closed end and draw
keeps perfectly and tastes fine. Geoff close to her side. "Did you Dred's conceit, his pomposity. He foreign policy may be pillow the
case over garment en
And you'D say it's truly excellent expect me to go into a convent was suddenly, a stranger who worked out from that basis. This Is the

for quick action. You can feel it take I Cummings studied the boy a mo should be on his way leaving herCROSSWORDPUZZLE not to say that the lack of an expression hanger. .
fcoia swiftly. It loosens the phlegm. -
soothes the Irritated membranes and on foreign policy Is not felt Wash picture glass with a cham-

belps clear the air passages. ,Thus it !n' Mr. Stassen's book. It Is one of ois wrung out of warm water. EXCLUSIVEFEATURE
eases breathing and lets you sleep. the shortcomings.More .
This prevents the water from
run-
Pinex is a special compound of
Important Stassen's lethargic
__ proven ingredients in concentrated ning down through the. frame and
estimate of foreign policy his
form well-known for its quick actionon back of picture.
throat and bronchial Irritations. I. I relegation of It to a secondary position .
Money refunded it not pleased in his failure even to touch upon -

very way.Pinex. the voluminous subject of foreign A cake containing one cup of

Is Quick Acting aid all would seem to indicate a flour fills an eight-inch round pan

preference for a kind of tolerant and a cake containing one and one-

Dorbow lelaUe. Ia Nest wan. elastic nationalism.*Whether or not half cups of flour requires a nine-

this is the right time for the emir- inch pan.
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High of a strong nationalistic philosophy -.-
r21S 6 1 a 9 10 11. gence
mountain In the United States is a A hammer screw driver and a

I 4 Band of topic which is being subjected to pair of pliers will find many uses

leather 11 U 14 universal debate. The man from in the kitchen. Keep these tools ina

9 Female swine12Through Minnesota consistently refrains In drawer along with the usual kit AC5Slar Qualify Oil Filler:

IS. 16 U. his book from entering the discus- chen implements. Element are the only eJenieats-

13 Goddess t sion. It Is an omission which undoubtedly having the acidproof glass cloth'

14 of peace lg. 19 10 Z1 ; will be brought piercingly Attacked Imprisoned Collector Tube Trap. Cant rot,
Pastry
to his his ,
attention
i by more antagonistic
TO fASEACHES BOILS 15 Likewise and thus allowpollution
Because of
colleagues. WhiskersBetween
11 11 U 1S Z6 11 of
18 Tower
on a
OR SORENESS But it is In the area of labor problems f ;
field r
flying and labor legislation that the 1830 and 1840 in Fitchburg engine oiL Be r -.
and
soothing comforting to indicate 28 29 )Q
, GRAY'S OINTMENT with the course writer is most confident of Ali Mass., a Joseph Palmer was sa/e. Insist up. 0

its wholesome antiseptics and nature 17 MUSIC: high ground. In a single! monolithic chap. the target of the strangest persecution -- on this extra t
aiding medication.Nothing else 3t 32 >3 he in s-XsWssW*.M
like it-nothing so comforting 18 KInd oflettuce ter dissects and analyzes the American history says protection.NEWS. i
pleasant for externally caused akin I varying status of the United Slates Collier's. Because he wore a beard Rvtg-

i troubles. SSc. Get a package today. 20 Scandinavian 34 11 36 37. labor movement from 1020 to 1847, against the protestations of the

literaryworka / and nails down with a hammer of townsfolk he was snubbed by his I y '.

22 Sod 1& 19 4Q undeceptive realism its inevitable friends sneered at by the trades-

WHAT CAUSESA 24 Unit t I I I2s relation to the prosperity and sound' people, stoned repeatedly by small

: To discharge 41 U .u ness of the entire economy boy and finally attacked by four

STUFFY NOSE 28 Tierra del Stassen offers his theories on labor men who attempted to cut off his that makes folks

Fuego Indian in the form of the testimony whiskers by force. sleep all night! :
4f 4.5 46 41
Answer:Suo&n Juwoi memAraAe Just 29 Shack, 4 44. SO which he presented before the senate Palmer put up a stiff resistanceand Tl o nda ao..t.ep endbecrb.d b raaee of
2 dropa of Penetro Noaa Drops in each the-thath ae being awakened mgkt aft<<,
Face labor committee in
30 February of
XKwtnl shrink swollen membranes,open Sr- s. finally escaped unharmed b S+ i .. h.a tui4cr vrstaMs. set ,..
cold clogged noea. You breath easer' downward 53 this year, during the period when only to be arrested later for fightIng -. a'a....,a. JA&.bapeMr'llaa&'ue eadatie.TyP '
light away. Comes in 3 generous sixes.ThatNa 31 Alt congress was preparing the fegtglstion When dw ear allaJo 1riUWt u boun tii.bIa -
brought to trial, he was Ie eo pnn1eat and Folq I'ilIa-
PENETRD NDSEPS 33 River In Sol 55 S .which ultimatly resulted hi the found guilty, but as he refused to vsuaPUoL DOUBLE YOUR t?_wHhu 24
OALt Scotland iLi1 I Taft-Hartley act a lIP BAC&
i I pay hU fine was sentenced to Mk 34*o tat U*Foter W from dro&- #
34 obtained Perfume from I That law he believes, "will be thtfoundation' prison for more than a year. cia'110NEY ibUat .iactioaorDOGBI-T TOG&
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flowers I balanced labor policy in America*
im 35 Demure _:-
? sa Samoan Vertical 33 Small plump U Means o1 In total. Stassen approve of the I

mudworm horse ingress act Specifically he is opposed td
i Backache M To check 1 Lt-; 34 Landmeasure 43 Zone three portions of tae law II it 3 -

2 Constellation 35 Trigonometri f4 To droop stands: (1) The provision miking it
MayTarn of Disordered 3i Short watch 3 To postpone cal Let's to townat
chain function 4S Before unlawful for a labor orgtnltatton t<* go
4 Tastes
Kidney Action 37 Bone 41 Pouch contribute to election
furkUj ift
40 Plan a put 5 (2) *
,: ifodtra life with Its awry sad worry Attempt 39 Rage 49 Head organ
i tmcoUr k kut.. laptop ttiac &a4 41 HaUe a To yield 40 Molten lava 50 To acquire non-Communists & ruin j ()) '
4iiak>ar-*M rkk of zpontr*M4 toJ_ S e I as sle', T Positive pole -ultimatum" stipulating that t*> aaaltt home
boa tfarwt h Tae tnia! Uae work title 8 To hang Aa.wu .. Paula Nasksr U lazing union shop contracts tsfifWjt'
becomea&
j .I tb*ailMjr y ira apt to
..ertazd lug so filter user ad (3 Sheep' U7 ally fits and be renewed unless and until in .J"I
urea Poe w.priqwL Ii'R I ip'A! r. IN A a.!:
sad ether impvisiM 44 Ocean starts tion is held and a majority fit e Q
10 To lubricate I.!. .!. SUA L BAR A S S employees votes in the TJO TRUNCJ what tomorrow's weatHer may be. It fools&.best fowA

t*Yea dalt tas'darer..gets as 48 U To Limb ascend 11 Moist 1! i I.: ROT BOB. C I For the rest of his platform fflrmftUv gi*., 1 u?*.i.r, But we do want chintz for the windows.We do need rP&f -'

psla s ?- eda.aat17 1Q Belonging to G L. B J 1 D. A V 0 Ii sen turns to the Issues of sw,..p.f, a hW percolator: and anew end-labl in the Ji1' 1q-room.

oi tired.kidney anon or bladdtr alt warn uonS oat.-odor.ra-ages 51 Skill 21 Unsubstantial rH E R 0 B D D A. E R 0 I (with which he deals from the tax fttn&U&t And?* tJ aA't want to slosh around rainy streets to hunt them..Prob1em:

& a ss __tJ' si SOG tz.quaa Relating 22 Toward Ix R A S X.I Aislr. Tl!. point of "dynamic capital" mw .&{lJ.wrt the weather man. Smp. enough Let at down by the
to sound 23 To coalesce ). hour.
aarta.tioa. &be LA. E .IRIS I I hI.r.4e.! sad seed the acl"rtiaem =! Here if comfortable and snao.
Try D..h p.-u.; r.t. Wp 53 Strong 24 Not at home "B ing. survival of small business and s
*'' to oS u_ : 9 R"ltt I. 1 L I It .J W* H fete the newspaper by ipaJifieift
kidneys tuff
put gal i akaUne 28 Unskilled: the paucity of medical care and hot> page pag.compare prices,
**** ? f
t waa..TMy of *** an tenon' solution 2'1 Symbol for T'l 0 GO.0 "E h X L L sJ pltal.facilities. To each of toes h* 144a4.atmes.Tomorrow, rain or shine, well Lead: for the store tfeal has

:=I by mia =e. rywlur a. 54 Teamsters tellurium Y I A L. i .! brings an application of the classic whet we want, and home again In a Jiffy
t k ,v.ugkk.rf IT. SPA R T A 11 X 71
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cry 29 PfODOUD Republican theory of laissez fair ."Buying at Hom."-tlirouga the ad.81uiinq d raids
C Ii A L I'll D I T 0 i1 Jzm.- ftS yon
.M To set. 30 To work<< at and ,damns heartily all efforts.to es .cfioe-more time to. decide,, and saMsiacboa wiea decide. I
upright steadily s T 0 R I .L. .Z..110. II.l.I you !
DOAN SPILLS -: -: give the government greater
Pr 14 Still n Narrow way eerl.. B t' control in those fields MAKE IT ONE OF TOUR PLEASANT HABTTSl :

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DENMARK'S dreaming\ of a bright Christmas...and here are some Shoot
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Try them on your table...and your Christmas dinner will bea .
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your relish tray gay by decorating Beets are the berries when servedon
Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. it with a pert penguin madeof a wreath of spinach and fixed
a hard-boiled egg. For his like this: To liquid from a #2 can Saturday December 20
'wings, cut a ripe olive in half of A&P's IONA CUT BEETS add ,
-- lengthwise and, with toothpicks, enough water to make % cup. ,
attach one half to Combine 1 tbsp.comstarch,3 tbsps. -
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Joseph W. Yates 1To make his head, liquid, 'cup vinegar and 4 whole At the old
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k : ripe olive on a Just before serving, add beets and
toothpick; stick 2 tbsps. butter. Heat thoroughly.
YATES FUNERAL HOME one end into top Serves 4.SANTA.
of egg,and on the other end fastena
piece of raw carrot for a beak. CLAUS SALADTo Seaboard
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Phone 789 Phone 789 SULTANA OLIVES. They're the with red coloring, and use cloves t'
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green-tinted hard sauce and holly of pimiento topped with a ball of
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ought to have fun. The pace ofand"wait for the phone to ring
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