The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Sipreme'Court InDecision PTA MembershipDrive Under Way Connie tiara erson I i J.HIS L.CANDIDACY BARBER ANNOUNCES,FOR I r--_SEEKS_____ ;__Et.ECTION'_ ,, W. J. Hemiry Is -


Upholds. Every father and mother is /Innounces/ Ho] Will Again Candidate
t this weeks issue of the News '
urged to Join the P. T. A. duringthe .f e. .
. i' 'will be found the announcement of J i "
Fish Commission coming week. The membershipdrive Run Court Clerk For
J. U Barber that he is a candidate 1!I \ E LegislatureRepresentative .
under the direction V
is now on -
the office of County Commis-
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sioner from District No. Five In jgt
\ TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 6The composed of Mr. Rhea Hunt, Mrs Announcement Is made In the the Democratic Primary to be held W. J. Hendry

State Came and Fresh Water Fish Rose Lawson, and Mrs. Mattie Lee columns of the News this week of Tuesday May 4.Mr. announces this week that he will

Com:a.dsion'a right to close Lake McCranle. The usual fee of 25c la the candidacy of Connie W Rauier agin be a candidate for the office

i' Okw* sbee and the St. Johns being charged. son for Clerk of the Circuit Court Barker is no stranger to :r 1 of Representative In the Legislature '

River to' in the Democratic Primary to be Okeechobee County politics as he from Okeeehobee
commercial fishing was This drive will close on Thursday County 1n

upheld today by the Florida Supreme January IS, when a prize will held May 4th. He is now Deputy served twelve years as clerk of the Democratic Primary to be hW
the Circuit Court. Beside
Clerk In the office of Mrs Mabel that service t
Court. be given to the room securing the Tuesday. May 4.
he held several
In companion opinions, the court largest number of parents as Rauierson Sheffield. positions In Mr Hendry has ,"ver resented
J the various offices In the court
declared unconstitutional acts of members. There will also be the Connie Is a native of Okeechobee. 'tkeechobee County In ua last

the 1947 legislature which attempted regular P. T. A. meeting with pro- He graduated from the Okee- house since he moved to Okeechobee four sessions of the Legislature.19U1943194S.1941 .
Immediately after
the First
; to designate the areas as saltwater grant at 1:30 in the School Audi- chobee High School in the class of World War and during

and therefore beyond the torium. 184%. He entered the University of and is now engaged % hat time has sponsored ar.J supported
in the .
Abstract, business here.
game board's jurkdiction. The Florida at 'Gainesville for the legislation that has been

statutes attempted to exempt term of 19421943 but left school l t.tf much value to the people of the

commercial fishermen from penalties The Florida Fair In January 1941 to enter the MARVIN MOBLEY ANNOUNCESFOR :, ounty.: As Representative he has
for 'violating the game. commission Army. I taken a leading part in fights for
ban on those waters.The Will Have I After entering the Army he was THREE more roads and bridges and nu

I court also reversed a lower Many assigned to the Air Forces wherehe I Vets Have Six More merous other things the county
Marvin Mobley announce In .
court ruling which would have was commissioned a Second Months To Reinstate needed.

nullified the 1942 constitutional Shows Of Interest Lieutenant in the Aviation Crops this weeks News that he Is a can- Lapsed Insurance He is now, serving as chairman
didate for the office of County ,
amendment creating the Game and lie was discharged from the Army of the committee on Interstate
Commissioner from District No.
Fresh Water Fish Commission -- Air Forces in January 1946 as a Relations and Commerce which Is
World War If
TAMPA, Jan.- The Great Sel- Three to succeed himself. Mr. Mob- veterans have '
and giving it exclusive authority First Lieutenant. been granted six s permanent committee. Reis a
ley was appointed Com- more months
den County
who acrobatics
to fix rules governing taking of performs atopa After returning to his home time in member of the Atlantic States Marine -
to effect
; missioner to succeed his father F. reinstatement -
165-foot pole, will be
a feature
-game nah and animals. here he accepted the place as Dep- Fisheries Commission having
performer in front of the grand- :M Mobley, &t the time of his deathin their lapsed National: Service t
_The, ,rulings, ;mean a continuation uty Clerk of the Circuit Court in January last Life Insurance policies. been appointed to that place by
of.commission's' ban on use of stand during the dally programsof March 1946 whieh position be year.Mr. the Governor. He is also chairman
Mobley asks the voters to The Veterans Administration
the Florida State Fair Febru- announced -
nets .in the two big fresh water now holds. >f the Governors Advisory Com-
ary 314. elect him for another full four that the privilege: reinstating
.raS and sale and commercial mittee on Commercial Fishing.
Selden performs his tunts at year term. any plan of NSLI on acomparative
transportation of bream and si ml- LEGION URGES UNIVERSAL Among the more important com
an altitude higher than those of health basin has been
Jar species. The baa against net- :MILITARY: TRAININGIndianapolis W B. IIAUGRAVES ANNOUNCESFOR mittee assignments'he heldj duringthe
his rivals atop the high poles, extended to July 31, 1948, or three
- f black 1947 session were Fish and
ting <: bass was not questioned ELECTION AS
Manager P. T. StrIeder said. His Ind.The American months after date of lapse, which
in the litigation SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION"W Game. Public Amusements, Temperance
2 daily performances'are capped bya Legion will confront Congress ever is the later date. The previous
J \ .' Director Ben C. Morgan of the Public Utilities, and the
"slide for life" In which Selden with an unprecedented deluge of deadline'was midnight December
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission B. Margraves, Supervisor of wwerful Rules Committee.
I clinging by his teeth to the end UNIT petitions when the lawmakers 31, J,9-17. after which time; the
said he felt the ourt had Registration for Okeechobee County During the four sessions he has
S of a,rope is shot down to earth. reconvene in Washington. applicant for reinstatement would
S "V "vindicated the commlsswnls be- announces in this weeks issueof represented this county in the Legislature
V Listings for infield attractions More tha 3,275,000 signatures to have had to undergo a physical
lief in what the ,people of FloridaI the News that he will again bea Mr. Hendry has devoted
are not complete but already the date have been secured by Ameri- examination.
wanted" when they adopted the candidate for ae-election much time and effort io 'work in
Watkins family, of Tampa with can Legion posts in only 22 stateson The deadline extedsion applies
an effort to benefit the commercial
game amendment. Mr. Hargrates has served the
their trained chimpanzees and petitions now being circulated to holders of lapsed term or per
"We're going 4o strictly enforce people of this county as Supervisorof fishermen of this state and particularly
dogs have been booked; also Merle asking Congress for 'Immediate ;manent type insurance policies.:
t." f- 4 he regulaUons," be ,declared."' Registration for the past six the Lake Okeechobee
Evans and his circus band and enactment of Universal Military A tem policy may be reinstated
: 'i ,,* '1- The contlrovcrslal Issue-has been ( teen years and in making his announcement and Klaalmmee River Sections.In .
I t -: > ', the Uncle Hiram and Mltandy Training legislation according to states :merely by the payment of twc
nc-.tl reelection discussing his announcement'He
before the courts e commission : for
;" ;' comedy team. Thereill be fireworks a partial telegraphic survey by natIonal :monthly premiums and signing a
::0 S .f closed the two bodies of that if he,will coo said that if he was again chosen
:. hejby-eelected *, holder's
:' nightly.There headquarters here. ftatemen that the healthis
water-to, commercial fishing in t1nu .:.to ive"-the people the same represent his county In the
'- will be afternoonauto Thousands of these UMT petitions the same as when previously
1 October, 1946. : efficient service In the future he Florida Legislature he would continue
; \ rates on opening: day;.. .nd' again already have been forwarded covered by the policy. One premium
': Several I:acts were pa *ed'by the baa In the past.DigestofV. to give his best efforts iubehalf
,' ?I' on February 1 and February? 14. to\membars of Congress in Washington payment is for the grace of the fishermen, livestock
;: ; \.. -!'"_ 1947. !! designed,.: counstltuUonal The complete list of Falr' days" by the 16,772 posts. Others period after the date and farmers.

= _''':' : ye! ct.pt; m s, n's., r.wt' ss revised; 1 week; iQ1 ere .being held for transmittal Recent !ing whicij (fig holder Of.se : men,

'' ".,. ,; ..';... Cf laesa. t '- :AutG it c'7 w'h en ngTesl! mb1 "'C'\ jpd| *taeotheifofi: ; _.. d'fF.iD: OIr1t.1 ,. :. -F'- -

T. by lower courts.Circuit Bay, Charlotte County Day, Pan The UMT petition drive wilV be The > i month of coverage. V STILL URGENTLY Y NEEDED
Judge Wt T. Harrison, of Opinions By .1i
V American Day.Wednesday intensified during the week of I Those veterans who converted _
Palmetto invalidated the acts "
'' Feb.v4 4H Clubs' January 5 to 12, National Com their war-time issued term poli- With the_ war more than two

which removed Lake Okeechobeeand Day, IHHsborougV1 County Day. mander James F. O'Neil stated. Attorney General cies into permanent type govern- vears gone one would think that '
the St. John River Jrom jurisdiction -
Thursday: Feb. 5: Thrill Show The governors of 27 states and, of ment policies and who have since the need for used fats und oils

j otthe commission and Day, Livestock (dairy cattle) Day Puerto Rico have issued proclamations ---r allowed them to lapse, have onlyto would abate and disappear. But
them of theSaltwater'
placed Pasco County Day, Plnellas County designating this period as P.a.rent-Teacher associations) can- make a like comparative health nick is not the case The need for t

State Boardlof,Conservation. Day UMT Week. Eight other governors not be required to account to the atatem nt. However, reinstatement used fats is still urgent we ate
i( '. v> Friday, Feb. 6: "Children's Day have promised similar action In state for mony paid by a county of permanent type policies told. Here's why. !

'" ,:In, a 5-0,' opinionWrItten'-,by,," Justice Highlands County Day, Livestockbeef many cities and towns mayors board for the. operation of school requites the payment of all pre* A world population Increase of

,, >,'f. ,Alto ,Adams, the"Supreme ( cattle) Day. "_- have followed suit with local Pro lunch .roamet Jt.according to Attor ,miums covering the lapsed period.., ono million people, equal, to the

: Court-' said "the question'ls squares I Saturday, Feb."'7: Auto Races falmatio $jf neycGeeneraI4 |Tom Watson. plans interest. number of persons in all of North

s, ; presented-whether the Jeglsfc Day, Future. Fanners' t>ay.:"Gads-, Backing The American Legionin His opinion, delivered to Superintendent imerJca: has been added since the

lure can oust the constitutional I I"den County" Day. this record-breaking UMT petition Judson B. Walker of :WORLD COMMUNITY THEME first world war, reports Xlt A. Fltz-

commission from control over I JUondiy. Feb. 3: Gasparilla Day-, drive are 88 other national Orange county was requested on a :HOME ECONOMICS DIVISION Gerald, Sacretary-General. ofthe

a > :t-.itI:: J fresh :water fish Tn Lake Okeecho!
rfl' beep' .and the St. Johns Rivel by County Day.Tuesday pecially active are the American school cafeteria under contract : Ths.:.Aforld Is Now Our Community Council. This many more people to

', ; making i a legislative finding that I Feb. 10 Governor's Legion Auxiliary, the Junior with the county school board and I : *' will be the theme of the be fed makes tb&*wor1do Jd& short.

t ,'SL '\ 'said" waters are salt I Day Thrill Show Day, Marion Chamber of Commerce KIwanIs was paid either so much per mealor .home economics section program *ge ot fats and oils even more

V ""Wedo not overtook tie contention I County Day Franklin County Day. Clubs, the DAR the Women's in a lump sum. Such money when Southern Agricultural Workers 't nt.. Dr. FitzGerald also lists.,

:;; that the legislature baa from Wednesday, Feb. 11: Individual Business: and Professional Clubs. when paid to the PTA on contract gather Washington, D. C. reconstruction as among V the chief

V time Immemorial classified the Exhibitors' Day. Rotary Clubs, the National Guard ceases to be public funds and need February 11-14 for, their annual reasons JOT the currents 1d-

i v t' '-1' waters of the state either salt or Thursday; Feb. 12 Shrine Day, Association, the Reserve OffIcers' not be accounted for by the PTAto meeting. The program 4s being shortage of nearly 8 billion>pounds

".. ": fresh: that when ti,1a Amendment Polk County Day, Hernando County Association the Reserve Officersof the state under the foundation compiled by Mrs. Marion Spidle, of fate and oils.

( (creating the commission) was Day. Xaval Service the Elks, the program established. by the 1947 dean, School of Home Economics, Because of the tremendous dam _

r Jp adopted certain of these waters Friday Feb. 13Thrill ,Show DAY the VFW and the Amvets. school Jaw. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. age wrought by the last wv, re

r { .- .:, .: ,were actually classed as salt Day Volusia County Day. UMT Week proclamations have Lunch room funds were provided The English Room in the Raleigh .' construction has been relatively

In,:,,V ,water. The constitutional amend- Saturday, Feb. 14;. Auto Races been issued by the governors of by the federal government in Hotel has been assigned to slow and many nation will,'la<5fc

{ :. went expressly provides however, Day, Every ody's Day. Arkansas, Arizona, Florida Georgia the amount of $121,000 for Florida the Home Economics Division and equipment and materials to .reorganize '

bat all existing laws inconsistent Kansas. Louisiana, Maine, schools during 19.t7."Jhe recent delegates planning to attend should : and produce fats and.,oils

it.1 3 : herewith* shall no longer remain. In The unexpectedly early come- Maryland, Minnesota Mississippi! school act also x>permits county make their reservations as early as they did before the war f

VV,; force and effect- back In state motor vehicle registrations ;- Iowa Idaho, Indiana, New Mexico boards to supplement these funds as possible, Mrs. Spidle advises. The Imperative need to, /;save

", Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor" of which declined substantially New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska from other sources, including mon The agricultural workers will assemble every drop of used kitchen- iota;

Quincy, oleo invalidated the 1947 during the war, was viewedby North Carolina, Oklahoma ey sent to the counties by the on the llth but the home cannot be over-emphasized- ,:.k fof .

V act which removed penalties from the Florida Petroleum Indus- Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico state. economics program will not get these world conditions*: ;%Uie

violators of the Game and FreshWater tries Committee as providing addi- South Carolina. South Dakota, under way until the morning of American Fat Salvage Committee

S Fish Commission regulations tional funds for road construction Tennessee, Vermont West Virginia County board of public Instruction Feb. 20Leading. says "Used kitchen grease. can
., on Lake Okeechobee and the and maintenance above the amunts and Wyoming. are authorized by law to carry authorities in home economics take the place of critically rieede

St' Johns River. No formal opinion already available. Similar proclamations are expected wotkmen's compensation insurance -: and other allied fields have food fats. Used kitchen fatse ".

was'written by the court In affirm In Alabama, Delaware, Illinois for teachers, according to At agreed to discuss such phases as processed for Industrial use and

:y Jnff. Judge Taylor's ruling. Kentucky, Michigan, Nevada: torney General J. Tom Watson what constitutes the food situa- augment overall world uppliw of.

Circuit Judge Herbert It Frederick Chief Justice Thomas and Justice and Texas. In an,opinion to State School tion. how we are clothed, what we fats and oils. Every American

of, Daytona Beach had held Chapman did not participate. Superintend Colin Egllsh Attorney are doing about shelter at home woman can make tn Important

void the 1942 amendment creating Okeechobee fishermen attackingthe NEW CLUB General Watson declared and abroad, health and welfare of contribution to the world wpply-of

f the Game and Fish Commission, netting ban were represented Starke, Fla.-A new home demo that county school boards may be the family. and better living. A fats and oils if she jegirds.- 'salvaging

on-grounds: the senate and house by Whiteker Brother of Tampa, onstration club was organized re- self Insurers, or may use school symposium on better and broader of used fats as n:1'dlapensab1e : -

:did' not adopt Identical constitutional Bell & Bell ot. :Miami, and Mary cently at Brooker under the direction funds to procure such Insurancefor living and a radio broadcast, will part of regulai'eoo;

I ', amendment resolutions. Schulman, of Okeechobee. Putnam of Mjss Madge Whlgham. its teachers, as it eeea IlL be special features Of the, '1945 routine .

'. r.' However, Justice Adams said County (St. Johns River) fisher- Bradford home agent. The attorney general also_ ad- meeting. Dr. FitzGerald sum us file tats fob:

i! the: difference In the two resolutions men were represented by'Walton & vised the state school head that that salvaged used kitchen :
f has not been hewn to be a Walton and Dowda & Millican, of 4-H PROGRAMBelle there is no authority for seoool DUVAL GIRLS SEWING. can do.rb- e are many more

f tIV 'defect of substance and 'the variation Palatka. Glade Fla.- Home vegetable boards to pay for Insurance Jacksonville, Fla.-DuvaJ( *County mouths to feed and "* tremendous.

Is eo slight In degree and del Attorneys for the Game and. Fish gardens, poultry flocks and against injuries which students' : 4-H girls are making;=rapt d job of reconstrtction- and rehabilitation

: void of meaning that it -was cured Commission were Earl P. Farr, of beef or dairy calves are major may receive while In classroom or progress in their sowing -prpjewl, to be done. In the" fcee_ of _

by;the ratification in 1942." Arcadia, regular commission attorney : points of a program 'being mappedout school building according to'Miss Lucille,Colsenasst. '' the great world-wide 2rageof

I Justice Adams was Joined In the and Mabry,' Reaves, Carlton for 4-H club .boys of this:section Tuition may be charged, the home agent. .Some ot them, rats aid oils- It is obviously. necessary

VV i l V. unanimous opinion by Justices Ter Anderson, Fields & Ward, of by H. L. Speer.. .ass Palm Children of' non-residents)'but not- have recently'ma4 blouses,skirts,, |*'conserve every" = possible

1 Tell f:Buford Sebrins and Barns. Tampa., as special' counsel., Beach. County agent.. '," (Continued on Last Page) .and dresses 0 pound ol used fats. "
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: a'lrl Stresses IntegrationOf ;,,: nest at ;reed*,and seals all --

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'' Lice Inflict Heavy Youthful PersonalitiesBy t ; .....:. Then: he seeks out a female and ,-

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1 DDT Treatment Cuts BAUKHAGE hatch the male destroys the nest
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llC and rears the young himself.
Winter Losses
High ( this, the third of series on trmverul military training, farther Jf- 'i;
Lice are injurious to an types a* .ftrence between this tytttm sad previous troimnz methods srt ditctustdj

cattle. Animals produce less meal WASHINGTON.-Aside from the loss of his freedom,

and milk if lice are unchecked. which I discussed in a previous column, the young men called \, .:C"o"", Doesn't it t

Young animals and poorly-nouT- upon for military training object to having their schooling interrupted
shed old animals suffer most from or the securing of a job postponed. seem more _

lice.The The national security training act would answer, those objectionsthis cmCK-A- AC1t The mother chicken, a purebred Snide seems V sensible?
winter season Is the time lice 'way: (a): The trainee gets educational and vocational advantages to be glaring "What's It to ,.oat" as the camera catches her with a

\ are bad on cattle. The louse popula under UMT which in many cases he would not otherwise have: and (b): chick on her shoulder. The youngster Is still ta the down stage but .
tion builds up then. Dr. Harold He literally earns"while he learns. Gunderson, extension entomologistat
Iowa State college says one louse Let me quote from the November So much for the first six months. name. ft.1""

unchecked in fall means 1,000 the issue of the Army Information Digest After that period there are a number $

following March. : of options which the trainee can NEWS REVIEW

\ For lice control on cattle. DDT is "Each trainee during the first exercise. He can remain for an addi- sin NR (Nature.. Remedy Tablets,

being used successfully. Early in phase (and if he elects to take a second tional six months' training in the there are *. chemicals NR so Tablets minerals,
derivatives. are
'. fall before cold weather arrives. It six months) national security training corps; he London Meet Dissolves w clilfrmtCI phenol different Purtty vtffftoblt -
is mixed with water and sprayedon would receive a can enlist in the armed services ; i combination of 10 vegetable

the animals. After cold weather $30 cash allow- the national guard, or the enlisted' ingredients formulated over SO year

comes a DDT dust is recomm nded.. ance monthly. If reserve corps with assignment to an Inflation Bill DefeatedThe ago. Uncoated: or candy coated, their
i Farmers are being advised to use a :"Y' 3 L r he is the chief organized unit; he can enter one of action: is dependable thorough ye?

a dust containing 10 per cent DDT.. a family support the service academies; take special- lethargic, uninspired ending Droved.cnt1c. Get a2S roSliocj box.of Use dirnteds .
" ? Some of the powdered louse killers he would qualify 1st or technical work at an approved '
of the Big Four foreign ministers'conference
on the market contain less than 10 for a dependency college or exercise other Thrift PlanMeanwhile
in London reminis-
per cent DDT. but have other effective allowance which alternatives.For .. cent of nothing so much as the although congress fffffffifrfwnyiniSro

: insecticides combined with would be paid those who'cannot accept any rather dreary business of tossingout had given its approval to the proposition N COT1g8KgZ
;: the DDT. wholly by the of the above-named options, there is i 'the Christmas tree after the that interim relief should be
The rotenone dusts recommendedfor government. This enlistment in the enlisted reserve holidays. rushed to Europe and China the Z ce1. v&x SJUgyp

cattle grub control can be used allowance wouldbe corps for six years with active There was a small amount of nos- emergency aid issue continued to -

for lice control. Usually they are $50 a month duty requirements of not more than talgia and regret expressed over the send forth echoes. r
diluted for lice to cover greaterarea for one dependent 30 days a year.
abrupt finish of the unsuccessful discussions This time the struggle arose over
and reduce the cost. For Instance The first experimental unit at
and S65 a the
but there was also a thinly the actual bill to appropriate
one pound of a cattle grub Baokbage month for two or Fort Knox hal Just about completed veiled feeling that perhaps after 597 million dollars previously approved so FAST..PUEE..DEPEND&BUE

- dust containing 1V4 per cent rote- more dependents. the second cycle of. its training all. it was a good thing the affair by congress.. The house appropriations St.Joseph ASPIRIN
none can be mixed with two poundsof During initial training. the trainee the first cycle having ended in July. was over. committee, showingthe

flour to make an effective louse would be. entitled to benefits of the As seen dimly through clouds of same cutting ways it had exhibited WOBIDS :,JHBGES*

killer. soldiers' and sailors' civil relief act futility and frustration, what the earlier in the year toward
of 1940 and to the death and disability wind-up of the German and Aus- budget requests knocked 88 million

World's Largest Potato benefits furnished civilian trian peace treaty talks amountedto dollars off the original figure in Pre-: K

a employees of the government.As was this: The western powers paring the bill for floor action. Mtm KSTCB56F, ;

Yard Found in ChicagoThe to the educational factor, the had failed utterly to reach any kind Thus the bill carried only 509 mil

world's largest potato yard Is report of the sub-committee on education of agreement with Russia on the lion for winter relief The appropriations '

located not in Idaho nor in Maine a division of the UMT civilian fate( of Germany, and the failure committee headed ,by CWIcI Cold .

4 -but in the largest city near the advisory committee which visits leaves Europe more firmly divided Rep. John Taber (Rep:, N. Y.), said
the.Fort Knox experimental unit than at any time since the war
geographical center of the nation- the cut was represented by items
regularly set forth the principlethat
Chicago.In ended. which would have been used by
of UMT should be so flexible "thata Although the delegates were un- of
the Wood street yards the France and Italy for payment AsHefrips
Chicago and Northwestern railroad:! man could return to school or to able to agree on any single issue on interest on their foreign debts and
his civilian occupation without a their agenda, the point upon which
for making payments on commercial
loss of considerable time and therefore the conference balloon burst was I
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' ?,.-. it is more advantageous to __ the problem of German reparations.To accounts. $,j.;:... .L. (I, ..
Aroused .at the Republican display :V #
maintain the six-month period of the inevitable question. '"What '
of economy. Democrats la* '\ ttj
initial training with a minimum of 4' e: ;
w'w now? diplomatic authorities were
I ePenetrates
belled the committee's action as an
education than to prolong this period answering with a prediction that the ""undercover" attempt to hamstringthe VStimuI1tcs.
of training and permit inclu- United States. Great Britain and served notice
sion of a comprehensive educationalproi'am. France would begin negotiationssoon aid program. They Into upper broAchial ctJeSttftdblctSI
." that they would attempt to re tubti with face like .wontiE. -
----c- ,', among themselves concerningthe the cut. **" special seotbincntdwanil confertiagpouitic
To ensure that the trainee does UMT program centers on a selective unification of western Germany mpors. *.

not lose sight of his life objective schedule'of Instructive Russia would be out of it, and there TRAINING: ThIs wonderful special pene-
was. no prospect of another four- I action
a well-planned counselling military training tratlng-stlmulatlng
. .'"- program Is recommended. It power meeting in 1943 or'in. any. In Driving brought to you only by
s d Since last January, a civilian advisory other Vicks VapoBub works for
;xYP : (< would be conducted by an edu- year.CONGRESS If a training course in automobile -
committee of 34 aid relieve distress of
cational staff Including a trained men 1 driving were made a' requirementin Jaoussto
psychologist women has served continuously, visiting : \ the curriculum of every high colds while the child steep
x the unit individually and in Often by morning the worst
school traffic deaths could be
The six-month training period I groups. They have observed the 'Straw Man9 to 10,000 reduced miseries of the* *| | 2
by 5,000 a year, according -
where' the accent la on the militaryIs trainees at work at play on leavein Of the two pressing reasons why cold are gone.ljil3lTrytttonigMI
'-. to Dr. Wayne; Hughes direc- : W VAPoRua Ye.
by no mean. ALL, mlliiaryBaionet and around Louisville. President Truman called congress
tor of National Safety council's college
./ an average of 20.000 carloads of potatoes : practice and "dirty fighting" This committee by the way, into special session in November and school division.. .
have been eliminated, and out of the one had been disposed of but the S
fair crosssectionof _
_; are handled annually. Many represents a A safety council survey made S
entire six months only 880 hours are other' kept hanging around like an
the -
k thousands of tons of other vegetables parents educators religious among Cleveland high schools be-
; devoted to actual training the rest evil spirit as the drew to a
3= also pass through this yard. leaders, newspapermen and year tween 1939 and 1941 showed that ef-
t7 The yard is the central market to "processing and orientation. public official whose Interest close. fectual driver training reduced traffic /1
There is a once-a-week lecture on The senate and house had voted
., Ing point for potatoes which come either personal professional or accidents by 50 per cent the C si
y and in favor of
citizenship morality and strongly authorizing

general up
In from virtually every state in the patriotic. makes universal. council said.
information is included in the to 597 million dollars for
r union. Dealers and brokers assem- i training Important to them. emergencywinter "It is our firm belief that if every -
regular troop information period. Ins : relief for France. Italy Aus-
: ble in the yard each day before This committee high school in the nation would i iI
says as a result tria and China but no such accordwas '
dawn to buy. sell or reconsign ana put into effect'such a
of this year of training the boys displayed in dealing with the course we
average of 36,000 bushels dally. The have benefitted by definite spiritualand problem of inflation at home. would see miracles within five .5
Wood street yard is a far cry from moral training self-expression Rejecting President Truman's 10- years,** Dr. Hughes asserted.

. the :wooden platform which served through individual hobbies training point proposal for fighting inflationby Officials pointed out that statistics

': :- as a terminal years ago.I. for leadership, and 'respect for authority imposing wage and price con for 1946 proved that mile for mile :1.

and the rights of others as trols and selective rationing house the 15-24 age group was a third more
" well as gaining military skills dangerous behind the wheel than
Milk Traced Republicans offered an anti-inflation
which any other comparable segment of
are taught under "discipline bill based upon voluntary'aeree-
:, To Michigan FarmersBy not regimentation." ments for price reductions. the population. That group accounted
1. for 33-8 cent of the nation's
. per
[ : Louis Sellers An one man from Louisville With a two-thirds vote needed for 5 eS
fatalities in 1948-
; _:". put It to me: fit's an entirely passage, the Republican measure
". ,..:' Forty years ago a few progressive At present only 10 per cent of the
different thing from ordinary went down to defeat 202 to 188. The
r > : dairy farmers in Michigan organ- s 25,000 high schools in the U. S. have
G.L experiences; The house split almost exactly
boys along
'" Iud the first cow-testing association f.- what the council regards as adequate
= themselves are the best wit party lines over the bill not one Y _
.: : in the United States. They wanted to driver training courses. And
nesses." Democrat breaking ranks to vote in
improve the profitableness of their favor of it only a part of the schools conduct' .,
,- herds. They hired a tester to weigh ing such courses have actual auto- ... r.
: According to the 20th Century "The President has asked for

U _1 ._ .... fund cotton supplies more than bread and you have given him a mobiles in.operation.

three-fourths of all fiber consumptionin stone" said Rep. Brent Spence

the United States. Now I know (Dem., Ky) in summing up the debate I Guard a
Strength Up I
,. Apprentice tratnJn'& In plastics what they put into my breakfast for the Democrats Rep. A. S.
and other vocations are some of food. (Mike) Monroney (Dem., Okla.)
) the extra duty activities offeredby dusted off another bromide when he Members of the U. S. national 4

UMT experimental unit at The housing problem seems highly charged the GOP majority with guard totaled 201.041 on November

Fort Knox explosive. Frank Creedon. who "setting up a straw man to combatthe 30, 1947 a strength larger than that ;A UCKESSOX BOBBINS FKODTJCT
recently resigned as housing expediter menace of inflation." of the prewar national guard in any
F the experimental unit at Fort Knox. to join an atomic energy That was the swan song for any year except 1940 according to an

'5.- says the Army Information Digest: project probably finds splitting anti-inflation legislation during the announcement by MaJ. Gen Ken- that makes folks
"It is not uncommon for the officer atoms safer. special session. Although the senate neth F!. Cramer. r NEWS .

of the day while Inspecting a rifle was preparing to act on the house- Projected strength of the national sleep all night!

at daily guard mount to ask the They have a national letter writ- killed bill there appeared to belittle guard on June 30. 1948 Is 271.000 tk ThooMad*a...tlwt* KOW !eep uu&awmkvnd'*tnrtd bMtcM""of

..' f '; 9t the Increase 'ta trainee: Who is the secretary of ing week. I understand. Letter writing likelihood that the Republicanswould men. 250.000 oL whom will be In aitt f.b M U.p wrKaAMTMt .*.
Part prodsoUen
fcw .. -
uis.tla !TAt'.. oAditioK FoSer
ware or "Who heads bur diplomatic makes me weak any week. be able to put through their approximately 4,500 Nla
units and
: ea be. credited to prorres-. '* army y within 24 bora 6uu bbdr tpptsat
"-:.i site Mlchifan dairy farmer,1" -. mission to Moscow proposals. 21.000.1n 365 air units he said. tmtetioo.Fpl.y u PilJ BO pr*? lnt and Fly Pith a
a ittii i4er
". .: :,- The relationship between Low. OOCBCS YOUlJofctiv PAQK
: milk of each and ).tab 244 the to trainer and
.. ;.--" and test cow trainee according BEAUTIFUL SPRINGInflation i.* sfstttly**J500BLB Y0'"
," ':='!..'. keep a record of her feed cost and to the Digest Is not that of sergeant 8 CX.COLDS.
'; ;;. Income. They wanted that Information and recruit, but rather of ,

, 'J--a;;:: "'," so they could cull the low producers Instructor and popil.

{ ', :;;;: from their herds and feed -
Nearly 50 per cent of the men at to Burst into BloomWhere
the rest more economically./
: Fort
t Knox participate in the off-
1 :" In'the first four years of their pioneer duty educational program and some - LIQUID MKHONE1S BETTK

i effort'these Michigan farmers have completed graduation from price inflation is concerned priced much higher. The goods round of wage increases thus help- Crt *G +cU Mfirf W CU .....ri.. *** ***:
,, doubled the average profit per cow. high school by this route there .Is no such thing as a last were being bought In the garment lug.'to form another price bulge. *.krprt MO**U.*&M fetMTiM fa ft*U.s66S' .
f. Since then'thousands of other dairy According to the Digest report word, More, words more gloomy trade centers at wholesale prices Pressure' for higher wages is expected COLD Pa1PAIDTION

farmers have followed their exam. made in June "the barracks smell predictions always follow. nearly equal to last spring's retail to build up during the late
cr.w tu...,.....
tip pie with equally striking results. of profanity and obscenity does Latest verbal foreboding by private prices. winter months. es

1 not exist Without in any way'sacrificing and government forecasters Another factor boosting the inflation ,In Washington political leaders.ol

New Chemical Utilized virility the Digest claims holds that next April and May will bubble is expected to be the both Democratic and Republican 1//IuJSuffi'A?

k that "a new way of looking at things mark a probable crisis peak In the peak In foreign demand for:food and persuasion giving all these signs

For Grasshopper Poison has been created." Sex has its place continuing upward trend of "retail other Items In Europe scheduled to serious' and concentrated study, and ni aim tern tu rtni If

; ? d Research men at various state in instruction. The trainee gets a and wholesale prices., come as winter bows out both sides are convinced that something -- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

colleges after'trying benzene h .xa. healthy understanding of the normal Flat predictions that meat and The construction. Industry, which must be' done. 4wjL

chloride. a chemical discovered in place of sex in raising a family some other food prices'are likely to hit an all-Urnevbieb in.dollar valuesas It is not considered likely that

Europe and brought to this country is taught that the only'sure way soar as winter ends have been made the 1947 season:ended, probablywin these Indications of further laaatlon

for experimental use as a grasshopper to avoid venereal disease fa contin by political officials, and confirmedby begin the 1948 season under an win add up to a nationwide. bust

poison believe tt is the best ence. government and other econo. extraordinarily high demand pressure next summer. Their biggest signi MAGIC

4= thing discovered for hog mange Plenty of entertainment is mists. for.building materials. ficance Is that they make up a package _

as wen as grasshopper aoatr0Lyy :The provided at Fort Knox Including Experts in retail dry goods'prices Another considerable influence Is of political dynamite which .-_ .r

+ compound is a wettabl powder that a canteen where soft drinks are saying that the shelves emptied CIO President Philip Murray's probably win explode with an earth-, SLESSEO tLi

can be used aa either a spray or dip and aaada ice available, hot n* by the Christmas buying rush win cent declaration that unions In his- the shaking impact sometime around Lars 8ottt !iM MM<.'US-S
,for trad Dames-and;is'sold under Carious; alrholle beverages are sold. be restocked with goods that win be organization' wm''seek another bel'..presidential election in Nov n-; nail*tise Mtllfc HSt fluff.tit eats R"iota altlktit s.nctut d*pin'

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RUGGED ROUTE.. .Kyle McGrady, mailman on the "most unusual dominoes and of course baroscopes. AU
was presented to the Decatur
route In the United States," delivers mail in an oil drum 'mail box." these methods explained to our bookletNo.
UL, library by Miss Grace 65. Send 25c in coin for "Let Me Tell
FarnwaU., His boat, the Florence is moored to the shore of,Idaho's Snake river Your Fortune" to Weekly Newspaper
called one of the wildest bodies of water In America. Since the levelof Service. 243 West nth St. New York 11.
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Mailman Lugs Letters, Supplies,

HE'S STARTING HIS JIEJU) .,. Youngest bidder at the annual 4-B o k y.
dob-Future Farmers Amerioa sale held at Cary, Ill.. was Michael Tourists Wildest RiverWNU
Even Up SALE Beer,wine restaurant.3 cabins
of :
Haverly 7. JDD4ee.JJL..whe Holstein
purchased a heifer for $150. on Hwy. No. I. C. A. WC3T. owner 4
Michael ,Is shown,explaining:to Otto Schnering, president of Curtis 2406 S. Dials. _J.!- **_*.**.._Fi&.
Candy company that be'bought his calf which they are admiring, to Features. SWAP SHOP OLD ESTABLISHED ;
"start my own herr ." LEWISTON, IDA.-Long heralded as one of the world'smost General Downtown.ttcrchaadis Rent reasonable.of every Price description.: right '

i: famous mailmen, Kyle McGrady is back on the job delivering leaving the city. Same ADAMS owner for 10:je.rs.Ul .

t mail by boat on the "most unusual of 103,442 routesin ..beari11. W.- Fl rW..
the United States."

Tpf< His route, serving approximately 300 residents of Idaho's HOME FURNISHINGS. _& APPLI.

Hell's canvon area traverses the wild and rugged reaches of SERVE KEROSE
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liS akerlver.Servicewas '. BITRN1NO REFRIGERATORS
sus- Immediate delivery on 8 or a foot six.
a t pended and McGrady's boats were The Snake is called the wildest WALLACE Write EQUIPMENT or phone CO.

placed in dry dock temporarily dur- river in America. Hell's canyon is ra. W. Adams St. F*.a. 43 S1JatkMBTiU
ing the low water period of the the deepest gorge on the North ..Fla.

Snake the level of which varies as American continent 1,000 feet
KID 'X This nine-year-old LIVESTOCKPATTEN
much as 30 feet. deeper than the Grand canyod of "
arrived In U. S. with 9L5&-all In boy and BOGS FASTER by BttmulatiiK
A mailman grocery the Colorado. McGrady's boats on their appetites with Dr. LeGear'a Hoc Pre
.. pennies-to seek his fortune. He chamber of commerce official for the trip up the river against the scription. Also an ideal tonic for brood i
is a refugee calls himself Johnny BOWS and pigs. Has helped increase profit .
the canyon area, McGrady has been current must buck and growl over for millions of bog raisers. Sato, guar. 1
1 wIf Fagan does not know his name, making the, trip up the Snake river many treacherous boulderstuddedrapids. HELP INCREASE MILK PRODUCTIONof J
who his
nationality" or parents since 1938. He quit a mechanic's .. skimpy milkers by stimulating slu&<<1&Q ;
were. appetites with Dr. LeGear's Cow Prescrip'
Job in Lewiston to take the post of- A Tough Trip. their feed. A cow tonic guaranteed
'- fice contract, which calls for deliv- The boats are no plush,. showy affairs tigirl satisfaction.
P' "
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post packages as well as, for' a withstand the pounding of the unmerciful MISCELLANEOUS

variety of other services to residents Snake! And you have to be 5-s 10 reprtnts.EXP. ROLL 35c; reg.4x6 or enlargement Jumbo size,30c;
of the isolated area. tough to fight the Snake andHell' ROCKY MTN. PHOTOS B.z 4r.
OJ4. Ck > W. Bad 8&&.. .s, Cal ra4*.
Mecca for Tourists. canyon.

McGrady makes the ,trip up the The only time Lewis and Clark
'i' river in either the Florence'or Idaho turned back during their famous Jk &;AL9nvaim

o. %*' ? diesel-powered river packets.In expedition was when they triedto

'-, addition to an odd assortment of find passage through the canyon tBlllJand dlDld.fJjJJ.JA..
CATHEDRAL Wruwi: A'CAThEDILAL.Begardlens of their food 'd. supplies .and mail McGrady also A railroad man surveyingthe :

shortages and the' trappings of tradition. Here',a skilled artisan Is working on the 'I' them he has constructed a lodge on the canyon came back and said Saoinrp..

restoration of the.famous model of St. Paul's cathedral by Sir Christopher the lip of the most ferocious partof "Impossible. Tie Rockies were
t Wren.'Recently returned from!;its bomb shelter In the country the canyon. sissy stuff compared to that can

the model now is Inside St. Paul's cathedral London. It was viewed Vacationists from all over the yon." Farmers ,Produce Practically

and .approved,by King"-Charles.- In f 1670.. a, t <: ,U. S. have journeyed to Lewts- The trip up Hell's canyon with All,Margarine Materials
f* ton'starting point for the spectacular McGrady is becoming one of the Farmers in all but four of our

"voyage. The round trip most unusual tourist attractions of 48 statesMaine,New Hampshire, _
ENVOY Is 190 miles, and the current of the United States with many people Nevada and Rhode Island -now'
the'Snake Is so swift that it requires Journeying thousands of miles just produce practically all the material
4. 12 hours for the trip to make the jaunt into one of the re.mote that goes into our annual pro
up and but four hours to return. areas in the United States. ducUon of over six hundred million -

Overnight Journey. pounds of margarine.In .
dor U. So Nyun first to be appointed McGrady makes the trip twice 1945. we produced 572. 7.990 _
to the United States since Historic Church each week Wednesdays and Sat. pounds of margarine in which we

Burma became an Independent urdays. He leaves at 6 a. m. and lised 222,830,000 pounds of cottonSeed
x.f state calls at the White House to Plans, FacilitiesFor arrives at the lodge in time for a oil; 206.71S.OOO pounds of Soy

present his credentials. to President hardy supper. The return is made bean oil; 13,734,000 pounds of pea-
Truman. NewlywedsNASHUA the next day McGrady charges i*ut oil and 6,589,000 pounds of
tourists approximately $14.50 per corn ofl. V

IOWA.: Special accommodations person.for the trip lodging and food. : In addition to this, margarine
[1; are being planned for Those who have seen Hell's canyon Contains about 16 per cent cultured

.. .17'00000 ; honeymooning couples who are married remember the awesome beauty pasteurized skim milk one to one
)' J in the Little Brown Church in and ruggedness that held Capt. Ben. and a half per cent of skim milk a

the Vale, the historical small jamin L. E., Bonneville spellboundin I solidi three per cent of salt and
::-r'. church which was made famous bya 1831 when he paused on the brinkof I one per cent vitamins and other
iris song written before it"was built. a chasm overlooking the canyon I ingredients, all of which are produced --
as .IfY Harry Richer of Worthington and scrawled in his journal: j in the United States.-Adv.

Minn., has purchased the former Nothing we bad ever gazed I
f P ttc Bradford academy property across upon In any' other region could r
the street from the church. He plans for a moment compare in wild 1 e
to erect honeymoon cabins on the
majesty and impressive sternr '
property. A photographic studio to ess with 'the series of scenes I
i accommodate the newlyweds and where the Snake river Is overhang -

facilities for wedding dinners and' 'by dark' and stupendous

; receptions also are planned. rocks, dominated by immense II
The church built in 1864. long has mountains 'resring their distant .,..e
been popular for wedding cere.monies. peaks In the:clouds: -
''lbe peak was' reached in

1940 when 1.549 couples were mar-
ried.The How To RelieVeBro.nchitis

Bride and bridegroom 1

...'""'<' -- usually ring the church ben
, PENSIVE OWe Tandberg after the ceremony, the pastor is isc5ta.Dnl
Swedish 'heavyweight champion admonishing them to puH

appears bemused as he contem- through life together Just as you lln lieves promptly ti6-
SOMETHING NEW its BEEN ADDED John Snyder secretary plates 'the bout In which he win are polling on the bell'rope." !H P.Bgotathe'seat of the

\ of the treasury Is leafiog,through'some of the 80 different school textbooks make' his American ting debut The small neat church In a pleasant tTotlbie Ied to J pb&cm loosen and and aid natures expel
which now contain"lnaterial on United States savings bonds. when he meets Joey Maxim of rustic setting once served the It A qMACHINES displace germ to soothe and heel raw,tender iaflttgu -
I Inclusion of the "plug* for bonds is the result of cooperation of m m- Cleveland In lO-rounder on January religious needs of old Bradford a *! broecbjal mucous roombnresTe& -
ben of American textbook publishers with the savings bond division J. town of 600 persons two miles from Labor in farming, new mane drat sett yea'

of,the ,treasury department. ..; here. The town died after it was bypassed rural occupation will have a bottle of CreoiBOlsicn 7GU must like with the the way no-ii

by a railroad in 1868. but to be created. Otherwise q aDar5 the cough r JW &'Itto
the songhas kept the church alive. baTe year saoey tact ,
Attracted by the. beauty of the site local population losses are CREOMULSIQH53ft

upon 'which the church later was inevitable
/ : bunt. Wflllam S. Pitts a young visitor :

from Wisconsin wrote his That the theught.provoking chat 3
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t"" moving hymn.
leD,_ U small town America from
: ; Church lathe Vale' in 1857. He put 1e
.: Carle Hitch, noted student of rural
: hIsmanuscript away and it was .
: series of sill s s
y3 "' forgotten." sociology in a timely

\ >,- In 1864. when the church was com tit starting in ur next issue F

i r' ; pleted.' Pitts, who had returned' to

the town asa, singing teacher was "
---- -- -- May Warn of DisorderedKlday
asked to'sing a solo-at the dedication Action
and he obliged with
'. II.....life with Its IwrJ u4 w.ej
his 'own. song1 written seven years .
before. By Earl Hitch M rf d Fte! '
V heir stress ea w ..ac's.ya'
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Wilderness_ Converted to. Exotic Garden .......
>f' Tee .sr rider safgag b..kseb ih.da
MOBILE ALA. -. Once a ti'cp1.1 bashes are among the outctaadtoffeatures +ser..M., --=ti w
I eal wilderness of magnolias, moss- :ef the gardens. Thousand -:::..: sit wsca"0Ber8i e
festooned oaks, bays and pines>the of 'other azaleas. trees, sfcrtbs;. tLlwr..Lieaw eM&.1'W......
famous Beffingrata gardens 20 plants and 'vines have been try : ......... ,
'TB.&T/;oiD:7 H ;J.Kaiser. .; miles south of Mobile :on the planted in Beffingrath gardens irons 117' ...'. pm Della Wp tM -
.. -.,....' "? ;g ;or., "y"" > t .- ,indnstrUHsf, t..*...::f bo.' Atix-C s (Fowl) river today crankas an parts of the country. wsel.'Tb hers!ado e=-rLaIdsr 1 _
YOUNGEST NATURALIZED CITIZENS;; :Tfcere> BO age Hmlt involved ,eJ.ek'baek 51 years_wbe 'he re- one of the most popular meccas In the'mIdst.ct an this' beauty is -- ._,,

to beasaln>r'as Allle' c&J(cltIseJI. Born ta Greece,, the'MistBogtea + visited a UUca N. Y.. department for flower lovers. The gardens started the BelMngrath home.-su esgv '1st.. s+.w / ,,"' .:
q ; _' ,V ,twins Urania (left) and Mary.IS months old. are shown wtta store where be.once worked as a as;i hobby, 'draw as many ,as of the' English Renaissance peeled "
-: 1IacIr-.olber Georgia MUtaogtoo at.U. S. supreme court la Chicago' bundle-wrapper for the munlacciilsum 10.060 persons in a single weekend. and handsomely built 'of S feaad-
f-! They became'America'* yoangest"naturalised citizens.:'Their father of $L51 a week. Stately live oaks which have stood pressed ante-beBum'brieks and. to* DOAN SPILLS
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Published every Friday by the in large numbers swim by unconcerned ing-game project are being made

Okeechobee N'ews Co. Okeechobee, in their natural element as In addition to Vitamin C tangerines by the Hernasco corporation In.,cocpration Ring & WMek

... Okeechobee Cooaty, Florida. gawking humans their noses pressed -, are also rich in A. Now in with Hernando County ;t:..

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': Tbr Months in advance ....... 1.00 starring William the Juice. Fortunately for us, the ; _
the the Florida Legislature from Okee Clearwater Fla. All Pinellas iEE STEtt1AD ;

j'Powell and Ann Blyth. A complete chobee County in the Democratic tangerine the socalledkid glove"strange County cattlemen $re being urged -.
r Entered second class matter July
a as land has been is generally1 eaten out of
Okee- movie set, built on Primary to be held May 4. 194S. by County Agent. J. H. Logan and
; I, 1914, at the Post Office the surface to hand. Then the eater gets the ben.
,.,:' ebobee. Florida, ="p.r Act of larch lowered beneath Your continued rote and support Aast. Agent L. E. Cunningham to
underwater efit of its carotene that's in the
",: 8, 1879. create a veritable will be appreciated. have soil testa made and to fertilize I _
where aquatic met pulp as well as its C'that'. in the
< fairyland W. J. HE.'DRY. their pastures for increased

::. Too Late To Classify maids, attired la. specially made ; juice.sweetened So our bright-colored, sun- growth of herbage and graIL TOT N. 2nd St. '- Fort Flares ."

and amazingly realistic mermaid tangerines-plentiful at _
tails sport about before the cam COMMISSIONER at this time-should be used plea
By Russell Kay DISTRICT NO. ONE: tifully.

When the avow and sleet begini era.A complete underwater show Is I hereby ananoance: my t ttndl- Tangerines, as commonly eaten, :

to pile up ia the north thought lacy: for the office of County
tor offer
staged at frequent may more vitamin than
of Florid torment the Commissioner for District No. one THE .
sunny visitors the other citrus fruits
the benefit of and at that are aced
,Y. minds of our friends and rela to succeed my salt, subject to the
: time of our visit, the theater was only as strained juice. Florida
tives. It is then that we Floridians Democratic Primary to be held
Jammed for each performance with furnishes more tangerines than: :
begin to get telegrams from Maine, Tuesday May 4, 194S. I will appreciate SPOTLIGHT 'e
long lines awaiting admission for any other citrus-producing state : .
Michigan, Pennsylvania or some your vote and support. .
the next show. Why not help utilize and enjoyto
_. other less favored area that read, R 1[. DURRENCE. sis
Plans for the development of the fullest this fascinating fruit!
"Will arrive on the Seaboard Silver -
the Weekiwachee property call for And have you tried the tangerine on FLORIDA Again -
Meteor next Friday," or, "Meet FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
many additional improvements. An juice that comes from a big can
me at the airport arriving via National DISTRICT NO. THREEI
underwater zoo is planned, bathing ning plant in Pasco County? It is
Airlines at 3:00 P. M. hereby announce my candidacy
and'picnic facilities a modern really a "super" juice, most people
But considering the kind of to succeed myself as County i
motor court with deluxe accomo- who have tried it think. And.
weather the folks have been experiencing Commissioner from District No. 40 Days
dations river trips from the remember, when "juicing any
up there recently, you Three subject to the Democratic:
Springs to the open Gulf, fresh and citrus fruit, strain only the seed
can't blame 'em. And another Primary to be held May 4, 1948. OUTSTANDING ,
from it. There minerals and -
salt water fishing trips, plus an are of
thing, if it weren't for their visitswe Your rote and support will be ap-
extensive beautification program. vitamins in that pulp.
never would see all the inter- preciated.
This Interesting attraction does Play square with Florida's RACING ..
esting sights! and attractions that MARVIN :MOBLEY. "
not conflict in any way with othersin greatest commercial 'crop. Florida's
Florida offer
the state. It is entirely differ wealth we like to say, makes for
For months I have been trying FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
ent and will prove interesting and the nation's health. Let Florida
to find time to get up to Week-! DISTRICT NO. FIVE
entertaining to tourists and home gold contribute also to Florida'sown
wachee Springs where my friend I
folks alike. Dy all means see hereby announce my candidacyfor health now while citrus is so \ HIALEAH a

Newton Perry has transformed Weekiwachee before leaving Florida the office of County CommIssioner abundant.Use at

pne of nature's masterpieces Into from District fio. Five sub
., if you are a visitor and for ev citrus juices as the liquidin
an outstandig tourist attraction.
*' ject to the Democratic Primary to
ery Floridian it Is a "must. preparing fruit flavored gelatin
:.: .:- The arrival of an aunt from be held May 4, 1948. Your vote and
,... salads, and desserts. Use them to
Michigan was excuse. enough for / support will b* appreciated.J. Including 17.Great Turf Classics
thin mayonnaise for fruit salads
the trip so the day after her ar EAT FLORIDA CITRUS L. BARBER.
: <," By I-abelle S. Thursby and in sauces for desserts and
'5' rival we all piled into the family >
Extension EconomistAt puddings. Use orange juice on ap
: bus and drove to the Springs. Food FOR CLERK OF THE
this time, when Floridiansire petizers, serve it on avocado cubes
,; f had been several months since CIRCUIT COURT

I had crossed the Tampa Clearwater right in the middle of a fine wish to announce that: I am a or on other fruit mixtures. Baste JANUARY 16 through MARCH 2Florida's = P -

t Causeway and I was amazed crop of citrus surely the folks at candidate for the office of Clerkof chicken or duck during roasting

; borne should be keenly interestedand with orange juice.
to see what the road .department the Circuit Court of Okeechobee
concerned with consumingtheir And, remember, when you serve
llhad accomplished in turning this
County subject to the Democratic
n full quota of these deliciousand dicta fruits freely and generously
from a more or less bleak high
4 I will I
r way into a delightful park that healthful fruits. appreciate Primary your May vote ,and support to the family that it is one of the Oldest, Largest and Finest Track .j
provides tourists and home folks Good to the taste and good for appetizing says of keep-
citrus ing that vitamin supply line delivering _
the health Sun-sweetened -
,":' alike with a recreation spot with -

facilities for all forms of recreation golden oranges tangy grapefruits, health to your table.
fishing, bothering, picnic parties delectable tangerines and tangelosall
with convenient sheltered so plentiful at this time and
take this opportunity to an
f all rich In Vitamin Cl .
drive-ins" tables, out-door grills
x nounce that I am a candidte for r bJ 1 ,
and other conveniences' which True, you cannot see the Vitamin IGGI tQ .( () / i..re '
re-election to the office of Super.
make this one of the jnosttpopnlar C that Mother Nature has
# : visor of Registration for Okeechobee J'c5 J.Y.6.
? ,- spots on the West Coast. slipped Into these fruits for protection : c1 ; (
r cart County in the Democratic Primary _
of our health. you n rs
.q -
Journeying through .the.growing ?
May 4. If I am reelected I
tell the dItference if eat several
and prosperous communities of you will continue to serve you in the AT RHOADS _
day at the
'_ oranges every or, '
Clearwater, Dunedin Tarpon -
future as I have in the past;$I .w
if drink S-ounceglass << ,"" ..
least au
very you '
Springs and New Port Richey, we will appreciate your vote and'eupport. ,' I.", >
of sun-sweetened or "
.x orange, .
followed the beautiful Gulf Coast .

-- Highway through Pinellas, Pasco grapefruk, or other citrus juice W. B. HARGRAVES. 7

and Hernando counties to famed every day. Vitamin C Isn't particu- :

in the foods we
larly; plentiful
Week wachee Springs where the MAKE BETTER SYRUP
eat and citrus fruits get star billing .
"Underwater ,
recently constructed K
Mountain." because they are rich, natural Gainesville, Fla.-Proper use of Ieepsak eRINGS }

sources of it. the hydrometer is enabling many :

Thirty years ago, shortly afterI Alachua County farmers to make /AMONG/ _-
There is a daily need of VitaminC :..'
came to Florida, I made my first because the body can store but better syrup than ever this sea- :t rrrw.a. '- .

trip to Weekiwachee Springs. I son, according to Richard A. Hans-:
little of it It has a special function
.- will never forget that trip made
too, in helping to keep manyof field, negro farm agent.
with Edgar A.Wright, then editor ':
the body tissues healthy. Especially ,
of the Florida Grower, Ned Stew
is Vitamin C important for Deliveries of new freight cars
art, and Ftanak Skelly, then general .
advertising proper "tooth nutrition" in keeping -, to the nation's railroads by Pull r.,

manager and manage the gums SQuId and healthy, I. man-Standard Car Manufacturing
of the Florida Citrus Ex
Besides Vitamin C, citrus fruits I Company improved sharply in the
change. We traveled In a Model T
contain some of the other vitaminsand third quarter as the result of an ) 1
Ford and I recall the trip took.us
small quantities of the 1m I Improved flow of materials into
about five hours over 9 foot roads
portant minerals. If Florida peopleuse the company's freight car plants.'OTiCE .
that were just about as deep these goodly fruits in liberal I t

as they were wide. This time,
amounts, as is their privilege, they
over velvet smooth highways we '
will, make considerable contributions
made the trip In a little over an TO SELL LAND .
"; to the Vitamin B, Vitamin, G, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV that -
hour Pursuant to Section 15 ti). Chapter s zs
and mineral needs of the body. 40&J13.., Laws of Florida. Act of 1941. ti
Weekiwachee ts a small spring and Section 67. Chapter 14T17. Lawsof

when compared to such springs as FESCUE GRASS TRIALS I Florida. Acts of 1331. as amended .
20638. Lawsof
by Section 11. Chapter
1 Silver Springs. Wakulla Springs or Florida. Acts of 1941 and also pur.

Rainbow, Springs. In view of this St. Augustine, Fla.-Trial plantings mast Laws of to Florida.Section 4 Acts:. Chapter of 1941.20722.as / .. dram time ., cad she 1 drtoming of In* low'r

fact its surface waters offer lit. of Kentucky Fescue grass amended by Section 19. Chapter and hopfuMH lyiabolutd by ** genuine+ rogUtortd: ICHpso
.'' of Florida. Arts of IMS.
3 tie advantage for 'tlasa bottomed made in St. Johns County this sea. %and 079.Section Laws 44 Chapter 20722, Laws Diamond lUng tbt wall 10 proudly UAify K*.psokc by the MUM

x boats. Newton Perry hat cleverly son have developed into good of Florida. Art rlt 1SH1. as amended in the ring, end the word* -guaranteed registered
by Section 21 Chapter 2207% Laws of perfect yea' o*
.constructed a unique underwater stands although some of the earliest Florida. Arts of 1943. the following the log. ttl cwpporbon prove that a Kpak t .
gtwet highs"
described lands la Ofceevaobee County you
theatre sunken below the water
plantings were back '
set by
Florida, to-wit: ualif/ greater fglg !tan oa o/dtoary diamond of
on 'the best side of the spring. very heavy' rains according to Lots 11 and 18. Block 9. City ofOteecbobefo. saawprk*, ring the

# Here visitors are enabled to sit County Agent Roos V. Swantsel.Rom Lots 1. 2. 10. 11 and 12. Block U%.

. ; City ,of Okeecbobec. ,b10WQUlt s.r 111.50 .
't. S Lots 11 and 12 Block 241 Flnt E.-... limo 12S.C1O"tUTHII .
2' Add. to City of Okeechobee. .
: Alsrtraw Lots 7 and 8. Block 24 Sooth Okeecbobte. ." 1* 363JOnaWMM

Lots 1. 4. 15, 1C and 11. Brow&lntsid.lUloo. Abe S10034S BM! ,
where I Joe Marsh to f\ttmtm\ HOP te 3430 ar
sit..bY W 1-2 of WI.2 of SW 1-4 of SB C.coN1
1-4 of Sec. 15, Twp. 573. Rn 35E.Containing fr b0.00 _
.- 10 "'.. eees.w F."a 2OO.OCa

Lots 1 to 8-. inc Block 1. City of M""rl......wh1 ewdubl.. b
3 y Okeechobee. ? .. ....,.. saet
Lou 1 to 26 Inc. Block 2. City ofrtterhobe .... ....... .. ... .....
...... ..... r..s.
Thad's Feet Hurt except Lots 11, 12 13. 14, t
\ U. 10. 20. 21 i 22. +.l la rM tl..a'Itsspole.
3 .. Lots 1 to :& Inc. rivet 1!. riry of .. ... riq. -.I pawn ..
,Otevfhobeev except lots 23 and 24 <<......C........ .,
R;s.' Lots 1 t* 11 lar. Clock 14. City. of ..... eM ............ -
Ofcreehobee except lots 4 and 7SB .. <
After a long, hard day's work on Andy's Garden Tavern Thad can i 1-4 of SB 1-4 of NE 1... East of .

the farm' Thad's idea .,f how to relax with his glass of beer, and Parrot Arena ,Section S3., Two S7s35E. (
Coatatnloff. &S acre ?
spend aa..evening is to take off his the missus can also chat with all i \\IU be offered for sate at pobHeS .,,d

s shoes, sad relax with a mellow, the neighbors that Each gets his S outcry for tb* high.***.aDd l>.*t 'cash
z bid subject t* the rijrht of the Board
; 'glass of Her (or her) own wi,. of Ci: >uttliaiier of Kverxiade Praia
: ;aIM I>l trtct. ad .r' Board of,Coanty 11 .e.
_.' "But his tnissQs has other ideas. Worked tool In Cwrnn- 4
tact, now; the rID': "to.f. i WAYS TO BUY
: = After being ,in the house all day missus likes occasional FlArtdft aav and all
temperate ,
M J *t the Courthouse becinaUff at ?
$ "
she's all for alking to the village, glass of beer herself.And Thad to-ort clock A. )(. o.. the l&th day 1* Charge. Y

U,it's only for a soda. Likes to see finds it's pleasanter to enjoy hit of Jannary.1943.! Easement far draUa -
art vecUnatioa and, road purttomnt %.
: ,people;catch the latest gossip. But beer with good companions rather will he rerenred, LaY war

Thad says, no, his feet hurt thanaleneIafaefhiafettstopped BOBJ> OF" OOMWISSIOXEKS, Or 3.
can ,to' cause unpleasantness in hurting too! aid "
BOARD or rorxrr rronnswiov.KKl .
.Thad's borne. OK OKEKCHOBEBCOUNTT .Cash_ f..

Then Bill Webster cones up with FLORIDA.
r f1tr,
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< an Mea7 If,Thad takes the misses! to Orn lABEL RACLEKSO.V" SHEFFIELD FP;"1. Y.,'A Sa 4 ..;. .FVaj' ; ::' t-J-.J.a' '- 3.-_-- n
''< ''.' ''' Clerket the'Circuit Conrt of,Okee.chobe .
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SERVICEFlorida Kottcv is hereby rtTpa tht the '. ,:
IN HEALTH Board of, CouRtC6111IBiaain of < -= -
-:: ,
Ltcal[ art PerSH11 I +, ,- -' ;
S:: OkeecbnbCounty., Florida.will trcire *- -
bide far
repairs oa the Coanty S t '
leads the nation in the Courthouse a* fellow: -
... ___ Uemore all of tile entire roof '
percentage.of-people who,are within .A n- 11IIII18I.J11>I.. on : '
thoroughly clean same of all mortar
s_ reach of public health service Charles Cornelius left Sunday to i and replace same together with all '
valleys and flushings: aver new base -
t according -to latest reports. This return to school at Randolph :Ma- of RpecifJeation a. shown below. NOTICE _
statement was madethis First: Install not less than one SO "' :
: con College at Front Royal. Va., Ib. felt nailed to wood deck witH gala "
week by Dr. Wilson T. SbwderV after spending the Christmas tanized roofing Bails not less than!
Officer in his reviewof 3-4 Inch or loader than 1 inch leajrth
State Health ,
Holidays here with his parents. through tin tab of not lees than 1 1-2

the State health department's Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cornelius. Inch diameter not farther apart than To Owners of Okeechokec Cooty-.
- progress last year, "".- !4 tuenm- of felt.at laps nor 12 litehea In center Property .

More than 97 percent of ,the Miss Madeline Padgett and Mrs. asphalt SM-ontl one: Mp 110 Ib.on slate to felt surface with roof'not

people in this State are' covered H. C., Wise retured to Okeechobee In; felt lapping same not less than
public"health 2 1.ii I hut repair and paint
local service
by Sunday from Rochester Minn-, al! gaiters and downspouts except

e. while the .national figure is only where they have spent the past that those are beyond beyond repairs repair.: replacing Contractor those to I will be at the following places for the purpose of assessing taxes,

$ 6f percent he declared. two months. Mrs. Wise underwenta fnrnlsh all labor and materials necessary both real and personal, and receiving application for Homestead
the Job and to roar
to complete
A national movement to organize serious operation at the Mayo ante Job 'ajraln t sail defects of labor Exemption and Widow's Exemption and would appreciate it if all
s all counties and: to consolidate Brothers Hospital while there. and materials for a period of 1 year

small city-county health depart) from No pads data of will completion be considered of the unl Job.aucontraetor property owners will make a special effort to meet me.

mints, started recently by the Representative and Mrs. W. J. ii a certified roofer end InlurwJce. .
Workmen' Compensation
American Medical- and American Htadrjr and Miry Schulman were public UabUitr and men 0th.yr .

Public Health Association, finds visitors spending Tuesday afternoon iniartuee that will protect the

Florida with only seven !jountles'. at Arcadia. arise'ountr because from of any this.elelms work that might FT. DRUM, PRECINCT NO. 1, Monday, Feb. 2, at Po.toffice.

that lack health departments. Two Said bid will be opened at ten
o'rloefc A. 31. Saturday January 17.
of these. Palm Beach and Citrus, Frank and Betty Barber and A. 1>. 1HS" in the County Commission
era Room in the C urthoos* in the
are in the process of organizing Garrett Swindall left Sunday morn- City. of Okewhol. rJoriJ ThniniuitKiuuers BASSENGER, PRECINCT NO. 2, Tuesday, Feb. 3, at Sloan's

departments and some of the remaining Ing to return to the Florida State any and 1'all(>_nthe hide.C. rid>t toreMc Store.POTTERS. '

five counties are expected University at Tallahassee after E. IiKAWUV. Chairman

to come in before the year'e end. spending the Christmas Holidays Board of County CouimUsiouers.Jan. 0; 19

Dr. Sowder explained that according here with their families. '

to latest figures, there are OKEECHOBEE NOTICE' COUNTY FLORIDA PRECINCT ,NO. 3, Wednesday, Feb. 4, at Church

only 600 county ,health units in Gene Elledge left Monday to December 23. 1947. House. '

the country and Florida has 35 of return to school at Baltimore Md., NOTICE IS HKRKBT GIVEN that
nnrsnant to Section It of Chapter
these. A health unit may consistof after spending the Christmas Holidays 1S29& Law. of riortds. Acts of 1951

one, two or three county health here with his parents. Mr. known as the 11URPIIT ACT. and in of

departments. > and Mrs. H. L. Elledge. pursuance Florida Acts of Chapter of 1W1.20058.known Law.as the UTOPIA, PRECINCT NO. 5, Thursday, Feb. 5, at, UpthegroveStore. ,
The Florida State Board of t ACT. the following described .

;: Health also has a unique,record *of Mr and Mrs. Sylvanus Harden land situated In Everglades Drainage
District. In OVeechobee County Florida
filling most of its vacancies. However have returned to school at the will be offered for sale at public

,- there is still a shortage of Florida State University at Tallahassee bid.outcry subject for the to the highest right and of the best Trustees cash- EAGLE BAY, PRECINCT NO. 6, Friday, Feb. 6, at Scott Place. 1 1s
Internal Improvement
nurses in Florida and the nation. after spending the Christ- of the
Fund and of the Hoard of Commissioners -
In order that more state peoples mas,Holidays here with their fami of Everglades Drainage Dlatrirt -

*s qualify for public health jobs lies. to reject any and all bids at the
4'nnrtbonse betnnn at 10:KM
in Florida, the State Board'of o'clock A. M. on the 26th day of Jan- OKEECHOBEE, PRECINCT NO. 7, Saturday, Feb. 7, at City
1&4S. As to all parcels of land
Health with the cooperation of the George Woodward, District nary of ten acres or more title to one-half Hall.

University of Florida has set up a Freight Agent for the Seaboard of petroleum and three-fourths of
other minerals will be reserved by
program for training persons for Airline Railroad with offices in Trustees of the Internal Improvement
> West Fund. Easements for roa' right of
these Palm Beach visitor
positions. was a
Two important new services, spending some time here Tuesday said way 200 Trustees feet wide from will any be parcel reserved tbrocjrl by OKEECHOBEE, PRECINCTS. NO. 4, 8 & 9! From Jan.-l;to April,
which there Is an existing state road: " ; "*"
sanctioned by the last Legislature! afternoon. *nd easement for drainage and M, at my office In the County Court; House.,? ; .

started last year-a cancer control reclamation and for road purposes
will be reserved by the Board of
program and. an educational stream Misses Perlie Hunt and Kathryn Commissioners of Everglades Drainage '

pollution abatement project. The Sweatt, delegates 'to the Methodist District. DenerinUoa

Legislature also ;raises the gov- Youth World Conference in Cleveland Lots T and S, Block Sfi. City of rl'-: :- /
erning Board of' the state health will speak at the Methodist Or THK INTERNAL : -'. ;
\ 4ROOT.
department from three to five Church Sunday evening. seven IMPROVEMENT FUND.
OF THE STATE OU1 1I'1nn. l'
IDA.--- .
members. o'clock. ,
A mental hygiene! program was OF EVERGLADES DRAIN.

started under the direction of a Frank and Lauren Reeves left AGE" DISTRICT ,
Dy Mabel Kaaler oa Sheffield. Act. La MARTIN Tax
well know ps latrlst, Dr. Lowell Sunday to return to school at the for Trustees of the Internal Assessor.

Selling and,,a state-wide: county to University of Florida at Gaines- for Board Improvement of Commissionersof Fund and \ ,. .

county food handlers school aimed ville after spending the Christmas Everglades Drainage District. .
Okeechobee County,
as a service to eating and drink. Holidays here with their parent, Florda

tug establishment operators' got Mr. and Mrs. V. F. ,Reaves. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

underway.Of SELL LAND
national note was the begin Mrs. Lulu Cuibreth ?and gran- pursuant to' Section 15 (1); Chapter
SOftiS. Laws of Florida. Acts of IML
I ning of concentrated .,.tuberculosis daughter Miss Virginia Lee Cul- and Section 07, Chapter 14717. Laws _
xny'eurveYaJ throughout ihe homein of Florida. Acts Of 1931. ti amended \
breth, have returned to their' fey Section 11, Chapter 20G53. Laws of :- t ,
state. A recent survey" In Miami DeLand after spending' the Florida Acts of 1941. and also T>ur- -
scant to Section 42. Chapter :al2%. '
conducted with marked success Mr.
was Christmas Holidays here with.' Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. .. "
and resulted in 100.000 per- and ..Mrs. Gilbert Colbert. amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079.
Laws of Florida. Act of 1943. and
sons being xirayed. Probably more Section: 44. Chapter 20722.: Laws of ,

x were made during the miami -! Florida. Acts of 1941 ss amended by .
-rays Miss Alvena Sweatt haa return Section 21. Chapter 22079. Laws of '
survey; at less cost than ever I Florida. Acts of 1943. the following Notice ofNew
ed to the Florida' State College' at described lands In Okeechobee County i .
before. Tallahasses after spending the Holidays Florida to-wit: I __
Last year also saw the establishment Lots 1 to 20 Inc. Block 64. City of.. /. I
here with her parents, Okeerbobee.
of the Rapid Treatment
and:Mrs. A. Sweatt. Lots 1 to :20 Inc. Block 55. City of I
Center for venereal disease at the Okeechobee.Okeerhobf .
Lotar1-to '10 tae Bloat rn Sit A'. : I
Melbourne Army Air Base. *' Except Lots 7 -'nd';fly .' :- I
W., F. Roper of Winter Garden,
For the first time, a general Lot 9."Bloek 40 First Add. to South + I
Mrs. of "
and O. F. May Qincy, were .Okeechobee.will "
mosquito control program was begun visitors spending last Friday here be offered for sate at pnolle outcry -'J. r
for the tst eask bid.subject .
under the direction of a newly visiting their niece Mrs. J. II. to the .tt. of the Board of :.. 'l : ,
Entomology.This Commissioners of Everglades Drainage -
,created Division of Walker. Jr., and family, District and/or Board of County
program Is aimed at the control Commissioners of Okeecbobee County.
Florida, to reject any and all bid a.
c of all types of mosquitoesrather Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr., and at the Coarthouse. beginning at 10:00
than the disease carrying o'clock A. M.'on the 26th day of Jan. Registratiou'i
Miss Gladys Seville left Mondayfor nary II>>S. Easement for drainage and
species exclusively. 7'An Tampa where they are spending resorted.reclamation and road purposes will be

industrial hygiene division the week while Mrs. Walker un- BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS i

was organized, as was a new field dergoes treatment for her eyes. OR1 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE i

technical _staff, which coordinates andBOARD DISTRICT .,
of the state OF COUNTY COM-
all health activities CARD OF THANKS MISSIONERS! OF OKEECUO- Under the new law that was passed by the Legislature of 1947/ ;
and counties. apprecia BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. -. -evt::

The new year will see still more I wish to express my Okeechobeefor Tty' Clerk Mabel of Rantereoa the Circuit Sheffield.Court of all in Okeechobee County re-register in order to be ; I
r lion to the people 1 persons : .
expansion in the State's public Okeecnottee County, Florida. -I' '.', '" ,- ,, <",-, .
Sowder said.A the many messages of sympathy '... agent for said Boards. eligible in the Election tob'e j I
health Dr. to participate Primary. held Tuesday
veterinary program consultant, whose cards, flowers, gifts ,and other -By.; Connie W. Ranltrsoo Deputy Clerk, '''It ,'-" ,- ,; ". ,-' ,...... ;I

first task-will be the Initiation of kindnesses extended me while I May 4, 1948.\
was a patient in the Ft. Pierce NOTICE I
xabies control program, will be ,ap -
hospital recently.
pointed. The dental hygiene program December in. 1947. i
and every one. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1
Its activities

is with expected the appointment to expand of a -MRS. I. W* REGISTERCLASSIFIED l nnrsnant<"T ft laws to Af Section Florida 9. -Art of' 'of Chapter liar: Regardless of how long J =
--- nt'In
known the MURPHY ACT. I
director for that division. Laws of
pursuanceof Chapter 20658.
_ Another advancement for the ADS Florida.EVERGLADES Arts of IM1.DRAINAGE known a.DIS-the you have been registered .

State's public health program will TRICT ACT. the following described .

be the opening this month of a land District.situated In OVeechobee in Everglades County.Drainage Fle- to vote in the past you .
branch laboratory in Orlando. This ids will be offered for sate at pnb- .
WANTED Convert your -
RAGS tie outcry for the highest and best
ti will make''a total of five branch clean rags into money at Gilbert cash bid. subject to the right of-the :MUST for the .
register -
laboratories In the State. Trustees of the Internal Improvement .
Service Station. Fund and of the Board of Commissioners "
of Everglades Drainage District r'
to reject any and all bids. at the election this -
FOR SALE New- liege color $59 Courthouse beginning at 10:00 oclock:
A. M. on the 19th da.r January
SAFELY Camel Hair Long Box Coat, 194.4. As to ill parcels oC land et ten
WALK IT. $%5.00. Mrs. Cox, Cox Fish- Mar- acres or more, title to one-half of !Ii i w-
petroleum and three-fourths A? other
ket.- minerals will be reserved bv Trustees The books in each precinct the First Monday in February -
.f the Internal Improvement Fund. will open ,- ','
LIVE Eaiiements!' for road right of way 200
LOST-One little pig, female cole; feet wide will be reserved by said and close there on the First Monday in March All books r -
: Trustees from parcel throughwhich
LONGER spotted Weighs any .
black and white
there Is an existing state road
about forty" pounds::: Reward. Mrs. and easement for drainageand reclamation I will be returned to the office Supervisor of Registration in. tics ;
'Okeecho and tor road p.TBMe. will .-? 4- ;'"--? :" : **>- ,,"
j, H. WARD Phone 59.! be reserved by the Board of Commissioners -
. Fla. of Everglades Drainage court, house and will open there on Tusday, March 1. ; 1948, and I
bee, District. ** : .] ?'- i -- > f -- *t; i'

DESCRIPTION Ker. TwBw Ego. will remain through Saturday March 17 1948. -
FOR SALE fAts : 3 and S. Brownings Addittoa. open 1
Loll 15 and IS,' Block Z. City *C ,
Fart or aU of U-ci'b'tratler park. Okeechobee. .

on North Parrott: Aver 300'foot TRUSTEES OF THE 'INTERNAL : '

trontage by 15f >' deep. 'Toilets, PROVEMENT FUND; OF Tile> STATEOF tF v .
\* r" ; -
: CROSS AT CROSSINGS: and showers and laundry with_hot FLORIDA, \ .. ,
wired full\ BOARD OF COIIMiSS10XERS.r -! ;'i :- _
water'Electric _
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WAIT-CROSS WITH .. :. .. = :;
length ot: Property.Inquire -: ::. -il. .
DOfc'T STIP. OUT PROM of B.A.Fa, lkinghain. for By Trustees Mabel naulersoB.f theInternal Sheffield.Improvement Agent. :t -Supervisor; of Registration, Okeechobee County;{Florida:: : _:' ..
> aed for Board *r Com.mlsMoeers
Fund "
.IHINDFARKID- CARSON of theTliving; room baseboard Dtltriet-.uo: of eebobe Everglades* Ooaaty Drainage,.Florid rt

,L HIGHWAYS. ALWAYS No part should& 'be more- than 6 feet whatooever- would fo/--/ ;i it. 1 1i .. ;

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back dint" __ __ : irai Fit PerfectlyWHY
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I I PET J then her chest went tH tight for that 4
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been wiped out by a telegram sent
j-. '-<-<'-<.J THE footsteps came down the TD bet he was." Penny's comment to "the next of kin." -

"-.,:_ room and halted at the door dropped like a pebble into the Clint kept frowning.
of Clint Lipton'x office. Penny Alder deep pool of Hughey Lawler pride. "You know what to say about Tb. Q ", T"r ,. C

'.j felt eyes on her. boring down He gushed words. Kid Clint," old Hughey prompted. _H'___.n_ __ ------
't y": :; through the barrage of typewriter Penny Alder actually was glad to Tell' 'em about that sweet len of T

.' keys she was sending up. Something see Clint's rust-colored head appear. his and how nobody ever cot past Buy, Prepare Meats LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU 4\\\
", about Clint Upton put a chip on her She almost welcomed his deep it."

shoulder- frown when he spotted her caller. The old fellow talked on and on.. Wisely) to Help .Old-P ashioned Beef Stew

;; "Miss Alder" the voice was too Old Hughey turned to Clint Clint listened his face deadpan. Balance Budget with Dumplings

-_ polite to belong to Cer pet pest Tve got something for you to Penny Alder listened too. She Orang'e Pineapple. Coconut Salad

?i .'-Is Clint comin' back today?" write up Clint-" was still at her desk when Clint and Maple Custard Butter Cookies

4, .. She looked up at the old man who Clint's nod toward his office was Hughey Lawler came out. Beverage
"That picturethe old fellow
stood in the door of Clint's room a about as friendly as an umpire's *. x Recipe given.
shiny serge suit bagging around his thumb. "I can only give you a minute lose anxiously it-" -I wouldn't wantto iix
like piece of a :
,, lean stooped figure a -
4. lettuce. She nodded. An TU get it back to you." ClInt Cut beef into small pieces for
old fellow'turned.Penny .
was letting him without even with flour and
assistant society editor had troubles go one stewing. Dredge seasonings
found the Upton,. frown word of sympathy and brown .
take care
Clint Lipton
;" Let
enough. department and his aimed at her. "You're a pal** he "Sure-well-thanks. I guess I In melted fat.
of the sports
: 3; own pests. Old Hughey Lawler was rJi < tjn,4 ; Add chopped on- I''[
; y" : \ rly ion. Cover meat
his problem-
; j. and onion with B
: '1-, ,,::< ': The old fellow touched the yellowed N \C 47xy yr ,{dAt': '':z water and allowto
; saw-brimmed straw hat
simmer 2 3
j clamped down over his thin fringe Lit; .? or Ii
%c 4YuZr.; hours until meat
of white hair.
Is tender. Half an hour before sere
: "I've got some news about The is
g, add the vegetables: 15 minutes
Clint to write up;' he said
;" Kid for before
serving add dumplings be-
as be crossed the narrow aisle. ing careful not to remove cover _+.., 5377

., Ob" Penny replied helplessly. while dumplings are cooking. When
Now that the holidays are over
If it was about The Kid old Hughey r ,3 done thicken gravy with flour. i
give budget and appetites a
would stand and gab forever- year NOT knit yourself some
e rest by serving something simple, Dumplings. new gloves for these
"Course rye got to give it to like good old-fashioned beef view 2 cups sifted floor frosty days. The ones illustratedfit

Clint. I've been keepin Clint rightup with dumplings. Complete the 14 teaspoons baking powder beautifully and have a striking

to date on The Kid-" He swallowed a. ; [ meal with a simple tossed salad % teaspoon salt flared cuff. Choose your favorite

at something."So and a custard pudding. 1 tablespoon batter
color, and if you want a good tip,
1 he's told me." With dull fascination 33y cap milk soft yellow wool resembles expen-

she watched the old tel- Buy economical cuts of meat pre- Sift flour with baking powder and sive chamois skin.

low's Adam's apple climb up and SY pare them so as to reduce shrinkageto salt. Add butter and work in with .

down the stretch of turkey-like neck a minimum fork
'c. or pastry blender. Add sufficient To obtain complete knitting Instructionsfor
; above the over-size collar. Clint also kid stretch them milk to make a soft dough. sizes 6!i. 7 and: 71/, stitch UiustraUons
that the next time old with dressing. and finishing directions for Handsome:
had said- :\ Turn on floured board andInch' jn &
.' Hands Gloves (Pattern No. urn send 29 t
" ,' i Hughey tried to fold his ears back Y ,. .y stuffing vegetables f Asr thick. Cut into small squares cents In coin. your name, address and pat

he was going to-- b or whatever and drop into hot stew. Cover tightly tern number.

f'f 1 '>.: "Did'I ever show you the pictureThe else goes well and cook for 15 to 20 minutes.. Send your order to:

; i' Kid sent me when he was jVVjj\ry with them and Veal Birds. SEWING CIRCLE EEDLEWORK

-: i ,trainin out on the Coast?" Hughey you will have (Serves 6) 530 South Wens St. Chicago 7, SB.
1- ,. t r pushed a post-card portrait under "You haven't got your bat on," said Clint gruffly "I suppose that toward gone a long way 2 slices veal round cot % Inch thick Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.No .
'. r her nose a while-you-wait photograph I means it's another 'no date.'" I 6 slices bacon
difficult prob- Nam- ,
of a young fellow in sailor H pound ground fresh pork

t 1. blues, his hat cocked at an angle accused "you know that old guy won't be comin around any more. lem of balancing the food budget. 1% caps bread crumbs h Address 4

t .,: over one belligerent eye. gets me down." Clint. I mean, there won't be anymore Fortunately it doesn't matter 1 small onion, minced

... V 'A fine lookin' boy Miss Alder." She looked up at him and that news about The Kid-" much what cut of meat you buy Salt and pepper ,

t !- She'd seen the face before. Her chip was on her shoulder. Clint glowered as Hughey Lawler for they are all nutritious. with The 1 cop rich milk Wooden Statues. GuiltyOf 'Ct
cheaper cuts when prepared
r glance strayed in through the open "For holding him" he scowled slowly started away-then, sudden care and properly seasoned be Cut veal into pieces for individual Murder BeheadedOne

5***__ door of Clint's .office to where a "you're going to break down and go ly he strode after him. just as flavorful as the more can ex- serving (6). Chop bacon and brown ,

.;fi< ,." '- 4"' shaft of late afternoon sunshine out to dinner-and places-with me "You can't Just walk out on your pensive items. this with fresh ground pork in a
: :> spotlighted a photograph tacked on tonight""Is friends like that Hughey." He hot skillet. Combine with bread of the oddest criminaj trials

'l- the wall a bare-torsoed kid in fightIng gripped the old fellow's arm hard. Why not try these veal riblets crumbs; season with onion salt and of recent times was that of 15
that a or-a penalty?
pass soon? They come from the breast wooden Buddhist statues in
( pos?. 'Drop around-anytime feel pepper. Place a spoonful on each. Fqo- r-
.z .t 1 She'd always looked down her "Take your choise-only get your like talking about T he Kid-you" of veal with the breast bone removed piece of veal. Roll and fasten with chow China in 1900. Because one
at those hat on." He wheeled away. and the breast separated in- wooden toothpicks. Brown In hot of these idols had fallen off a tem-
short straight nose pictures
of Clint's brawn and beef friends- Penny stared after the back of his Penny doubted her ears but the to riblets by cutting between the, I lard. Add rich milk and cook in a ple shelf and killed a man, his in-

# the with tin and bent sunburned neck. Why could he an- smile the old boy gave Clint was ribs. slow (300 decree) oven until done, fluential family had it and the 14
guys ears *' -- --
J real enough. "Sure I will Clint.
-. the heaving forward noy her more than any other man Barbecued Veal Riblets. other statues on the same shelf
noses guys
1 the tough he-guys. she'd ever known? His very vitality Clint Lipton turned and came (Serves 6 to 8) tried for murder. Found guilty
: J i .. passes And Clint Lipton-with his head ; the way that shaft of late sun back-to halt at her desk. S pounds veal riblets V they were sentenced to die and -

of hair and that habitual put sparks in his rusty hair-every- "You haven't got your hat on-" 4 cup lard or drippingsSalt later beheaded in public execution. .

wild rusty thing ,about him bothered.her.. ds voice was gruff. "I suppose that and pepper to_season _
frown wedged between his deep-set f- VV t
"Let's have it fast Hughey." I means it's another *no date.* '* 1 medium onion chopped u_"
'w .V ,. gray eyes-was part of his muscle "'
r menagerie as far as she was con- Clint said 'Tve got a date-" "I=* she began her eyes searching II 2 tablespoons vinegar ,',

cerned. That's what he thought She his. 2 tablespoons brawn: sugar Get Wen!

t A f' "-My grandson. Miss A der-" closed her typewriter desk with a "0. K.-go on, say it. So I gave {( cup lemon juice .: (i
You'd have thought the scrappy kid bang. She looked in again-- dm the brush-off by hanging out the cup catsupS Worcestershire ) 1

in the sailor suit was an admiral dint's frown was concentrated on welcome sign-" tablespoons sauce Froat Year C*.C.FOLEY'S .
1 water ]v Due( a cold
from the pride in old Hugheys that latest picture of The Kid. He She'd never tried to look beyond cup .'
1 teaspoon salt Honey&Tar
voice. "You ask Clint if The Kid reached for a yellow telegram old that scowl he always wore. Like The U teaspoon red Csrgts CenapoetdmJthIcI

wasn't on his way of being welterweight Hughey held out Cid's left it wasn't easy to get past pepper

champ-before he wanted to "I come to tell you first Clint." his guard- Brown veal riblets on an sides in .

enlist-" the old fellow's shoulders slumped. "You really like old Hughey Law- lard or drippings. Season with salt E

she said and pepper. Add chopped onion and .
er. abruptly. 0<- R
brown lightly. Mix remaining ingredients .
"Sure-if I didn't like the old pest S
: '' I; wouldn't let him bother me would and pour over;: riblets. Veal Is ODe of the more economical .

S : I 7 But you wouldn't understand.You Cover and simmer on top of rangeor cuts of meat'these days Ya
I- cook in a slow oven (300 degrees) can make U even farther
go by
L : CROSSWORD PUZZLE 1 see if never you can give like a guy him a-chance** to for,1% hours or until tender. staffing it with a savory filling.

a ii For a moment Penny matched Ham slices need not prove an ex- Try &nded.sweet, potatoes for a "

he' 1 pensive meal especially if you are perfect flavor.complement.
.w frowns with her pet pest. She could
. ;,' using leftover ham. The fact that
,< feel his puzzled eyes follow her as
Horizontal telati.a V Nut.... you can prepare them with a fruit Creole Kidney.
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she stood slowly, and moved toward
stuffing helps extend the ham and (Serves 6)
the coat rack. He she 01 I
was right- LFILTERSAC
+ l lnseet$ I I 3 4 5 6 1 a 9 10 US hadn't been able to understand wbysbe'd makes it flavorful too: 1 Flour pound beet or lamb kidney

EgghapedV let him bother her-but it was Fruit-Stuffed Ham Slices
V 6 slices bacon
>i Head U U U becoming clear. She must have (Serves'6) t or smoked jowl square'Z
small chopped onions
covetthg liked the real,Clint Lipton all along Have two ham slices cut % to' 34 Water

t- 12 Kind i3 l6 l7 18 even when she was carrying a Inch thick. Spread one slicea 1 chopped green j

d 14 131n1aiutS Literary chip on her shoulder for a tough thick layer ofstumng.Placethe 1 cup tomato juice pepper.
; who didn't
V 1 scraps 1,9 20 21 guy exist- Ct' .. Ji teaspoon salt offers you 10 major oil niter
f SS Cognizant When Penny Alder turned she was second slice on M leaspooD'pepper advantages, including the estbt-

17 Lucidity 22 I3 iS smiling-and had her hat on. ::({ ... top sticking; secure wooden by Bit of bay leaf dye Collector Tube Trip af acid-

"I ;_ 19Slang: error toothpicksthrough 1 tablespoon floor proof glass cloth Cant rot and

21 God of war it- 27 26 19 30'l a i >one slice Remove tubes from kidney and thus allow pollution

4F;' 22 Light t REA Setup Gives ImpetusTo to the other. cut into H inch slices Dredge withCOW' of the oil f !t2,
i.. 24 Symbol for and
In diced
= 31 31 ]] 34 Spread surfaceof stream. Gives
gold Farm
2s Drink made top ham slice kidneys and bacon. Add doable filtratlon. 0

from rye 3$ 36 37 ]a of an United States farms with brown sugar pr honey Plac'Ion onions and green pepper. Stir until Get AC

26 Msltbeverage have been eleetrlfted'alnce the REA rack In roasting pan and roast Li meat is well browned. Add tomato and be ture. d' tip

27 Confectionery 39 40 41291nterjeedon program was started.In a slow (300 degree) oven for IVi juice salt, pepper and bay leaf. R Y1
hours Garnish with orange slices. Cover closely and simmer for about
V announcing the basic allotments : % hour. :Mix flour and water into a LI1itE14ii ,
41 43 4s for REA loans in the states, Staffing.S paste. Add small portions at a timeto
Wlre useasurej
31 the department of agriculture compared cups soft bread crumbs hot mixture to prevent lumping. --
32-Duee: 1 diced apples --
Mussolini 47 4e. 49 SOi the number of unelectrifled' J4 cup cup seedless raisins Tongue a la Maryland
V farms in each state with the total 1
S.'V i 33 Cofoquisl: tongue
K cup orange juice I WHAT MAKES
51 U 54 In the state to i S
father 51 number of farms Water
K cup ,melted ham or bacon drippings YOUftNOSCKUNT -
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: 34 Against give the percentage of unelectrified ii cup butter or drippings QUIZ.

V..: 3S By SS 56 51 farms. The eight states having the 4 tablespoons sugar H teaspoon salt
.36 Heavenly leaf An oe7 r Congestion in natal
highest proportion ci electrified Bay :
Just 2 =
body Combine an ingredients Mix dzope of Penetzo Nice .
with 98.5 94 cup brown sugar each *
farms were Connecticut *D *a reduce nasalcheck n.
':' 33 Poetic: to No. tG per cent followed by Rhode Island lightly.Old 1H cops canned or cooked cherries raffles and saeen. You breatW
unclose Fashioned Beef Stew 1 cop liquid In which tongue was frees almost instantly.Economical.BuyNOSE

+ H 40 D:.unction t division Narrow It unlveraity Eastern 43 44 People Dreadful Massachusetts. New York New, Idaho Jersey and Washington. Oregon with(Serves Dumplings 6) H cooked slice lemon PENETHD o pHighSchool IE Ir

ll Increased of a Slberlan river JS CrowD of the 45 Earth fodder an of which were more than 92per 1 pounds: beef shank, neck or flack, Wash tongue and cover with water. !
u t amposer cent electrified.At .
Ilour' 5
bead 47 Free U
CSpace, devoid If using a fresh tongue add 2 teaspoons
rhymes n Standard 4t Young bete the othe end ,of the list were Salt and pper&bletpoob
: salt Cover and simmer
d' at matter '
olo gu until
- :'L 44Myth H Fodder plant t-O Reception
2 \
Competent North Dakota, with only a little fat tender. Trim and remove-skin.
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, Meantime Meadow tl U sty rune 10 Ita11; N CanipassY point more than 13 per cent of tb* farm 1 small aloa, chapped Place In a pan with the remaining Graduates

Y V 4$Upright f.) Heap ot m. electrified, preceded by South Dakota medium turnip chopped Ingredients. Let simmer until liquid

sz'* 5 51 Dry mortal lDea .. aawaa .. .na.. M..'.. ss Mississippi Nebraska, Tennessee. 6 carrots, diced thickens. -

I z; n : 52 Persia 10 Poker stake New Mexico Montana and 5 potatees'cUeecS Released by WZR7 I* atur u. CHOOSE YOUR CAREER

Sr t (i4 Rb swim 11 Bclmbunu' Kansas, which had nearly: '42 percent '
;- about a died 11 Plural ending 1 electrified.! LYNN SAYSi- IN A GROWING
When vegetables
O R v a L Q N are added to
f > t tee. 18 Attack 8 s r 11 n r The other 33 states Pfted'.between Meat Pointers Help meat dishes they should be added
: -
: Ifs remove :OJ'am111ar 0 It A R the 42 per cent and 93 per Yea Save MoneyIf just long enougb before the meat is ) !I.pea Ij

56 To house plant cent limits. For the country a* a it's stew you are having extend done to cook them. s
lf7Isle'Napoleon :2 Tibetan whole the July 1947. figures show -. to PrIa cadet 33.
eeaped from those precious bits of meat with Good combinations of vegetablesfor
; 1aip-aehoo.ll1'lldula
priest 81 pr cent of all farms electrified '
.. bras 23 Landed P gravy as well as dumplings,,'coo- meat dishes are as follows: Carrots -Dep c .
#t at compared with M.3 per ceat ties macaroni spaghetti onions
:M or biscuits potatoe.n4 peas; turnips : ---
cat earlier. Nearly 490,030 farms
5 v'ertl 2t Bot'u year eutts. Add nourishing vegetables for or parsnips with celery; and year far tLe Amdaateaaaae.Zx.t .
electrified fecal
were during the 1947 *
t color and flavor
V interest green peppers; lima beans withgreen
e : 3 Man's none drama a D t sT :year the largest' increase on Vegetables should be as uniform beans and corn. 9re sradois tot both evbet sad.
record for any ,tar'a1ne.* the program IIIIIIrriap.uk .
in sire
as possible. If one vegetable
zriiate Goodpromistb started la 1933 less'than 11 Large cuts of meats are nice I. lIon
takes Itttle saoae ud.aM
;% V K bat. a. 3Agilii ladle per cent of U. 8.farms had. electric- another a fa tfe*Jonpr..tocook combination add than. it sliced served'and the* swimming-la'second or third barbecue: day w..ldlibteeraeta.rsl t6. 'pbaI ,.... ,.. '" a
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see you handsomely through .
1 the winter. You'll like the diagonal
II treatment on bodice and hip.
e o REGGIE By Margarita AN ADORABLE little outfit for Pattern No. 1701 is for sizes 12. 1&. 16. 1
_your darling-a dainty puff 18. 20 40 and 42. Size 14. cap sleeves.
HELP YOURSELF TO A S REGGIE I KNOW HOW ATAUSE HIS HAND sleeved dress, slip and panties and 3',. yards of 35 or 39-inch. '

HANDFUL OF CHERRIES WERE ILL YOU LIKE CHERRIES- > WAS BIGGER'N practical rompers. It's completeand Send your order to: .
LITTLE Y f 1Lf WHY DlONT so easy to sew-a nice gift fora
DNQTNAwiT a HANDFUL YOU 530 South Wens St. Chicace 7. ,m. :
IN YOUR THEM WHEN, if Pattern No. 1684 ia for sizes 8 months, Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
HE FIRST, ) e 1. 2 and 3 years. Size 1. dress. 1',. yardsof pattern desired.
HAT/ 33 or 39-incli; slip and panties 1 4 Pattern No ""
INVITED yards: rompers. % yard.
YOU TO?, Send today for your copy cf the Fan Nam-
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magazineFree pattern printed in- Address
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t.. R KNOW cleaned glass such as mirrors, more than 30 minutes. Longer
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UI( its breast. cookies.
When removing a frock, placeit After washing your face with
I JITTER By Arthur Pointer.By on a hanger immediately and warm water and rinsing with cold.
hang it in the air so that it may be pat on witch hazel. This will close
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EXTIN618S1ERON THCs GIVE HIM A BOOST: scented sachet hung inside the and soft.
ROOF AND THE STAIRS ARE dress will leave its essence with
'mu CLIMB UP THE r ,your garment as it dries.
RAINPIPE WRII THIS F, -.-- For Joyful Cough
A noted authority on flowers and

w'a flower arrangement advises the Relief Try This
use of glass or white pottery vases ,
i C or bowls as these go well with the Home MixtureThis
colors of all flowers and the decor
z ative colors in all rooms. Vases of splendid recipe is used by mil'lions
every because It make
decided color, unless bought espe- ouch a dependable effectlre medicine ..
: i'r cially to go with a particular color for cootfia due to colds. It is so easy .
: scheme or period room distract to mix-a child attention from their contents. From any druggist get ZK ounces:
-.- of Pines a special compound of JHW-
Sa rtn&floors often are caused en Ingredients\ in concentrated toI'm.twenknown
Gene Byrne* for Its soothing effect oa
FELLERS by wood shrinkage or the warpingof throat and bronchial irritations
a joist. A fairly satisfactory Then make a syrup by stirrtaff two
AWjMOMt I OHC" PUT'CIA OM correction can be made by driving cops of granulated sugar and one cop
HEYMOMtIN FOR A REMINDER.. HOW YOUhQ wedges between the top of the joist of water a few moments, unta COME 1 OECt.ARE T i 6011* TO MAKE ME FORGETMV No cooking: needed.Or you can
and the t1oo ". Rubber
PINHEAD OUFIY. wedges 12.M corn:
WERE *N' ( ROUCCJt 3KAT1N DATeWITH syrup or liquid honey ia
PUT TN'HEAT ON you TAKE NOSE OFf ZOOUC TOMOR.RCR.! from an automobile tire often stead of sugar syrup.
THIS \HSTAMTfTHB will reduce the creaking. Put the Picex into a pint bottle and
PWHEAD'NITCHERt / IDEA" fill up with your syrup.Thiecivea youa
full pint of couch
4C Magnet Brings Up Nail and Quick-acting; and you
e get about four times as much for
l From Intestines of Boy your money. It never spoils, and to
very pleasant-children Ion It.
a Using a special magnet, an At- Trail be surprised $7 the way It
takes hold ,
cough rmaClUIck
C lanta physician removeda
recently relief. It loosens the pfcle-aa. soothesthe
1*-1ncl1 nail that had been lodgedfor irritated membrane, 'and helps
J hRaks eSIRMAY'ilE six days in the duodenumfirst dear the air pasaages. MonvrrefUBded
( part of the small intestine) if It doesnt please yOU in fery way.
of a four-year-old boy.In this case, hex Sane You ftk aeyt

By Lea Kleis the first on record in which 'an ob-
VIRGIL ject was removed from this part E
I THAT tSNT PUNNY- ENSUING APOUXtt of the body without a surgical operation DCHJBLIFiLTI.1 nee t a
ANO rrs MO WAY I EXPRESS KW REGRET OPTH6SALUTATION SPEAKTO nearly six hours were re- !**"*
TOATELEPHONS ANSWER OcpsoalNs THE KEEPER quired for the magnet to reach
SUCH COt4Dt1CT SI4AKES n AGAIN! the nail,'but only two minutes for FOXEXTR&QyAUIY cnafe.
a 5 ) )1r OGENITIVEMT :lb the magnet and nail to be drawn
. back into the 'stomach and up MOROLINELet's
, through the esophagus.
MI661NS'Si ?


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By Jeff Hayes

i N0 YELLING what tcmoaow'weather may ben It 1oo1t..beet loc... "c':
.Bat...do want cilnt fox
the wiadow.We do'aeeda tarpet .
I sweeper:*new percolator,and a new ead-laHe in&*HtiojHOOia' < .
akRfDtNb, And We doa'f want to slosh around rainy streets to k1Ud lk.m.P:ObkIa -f-o f
BoW 10 thwart&.weather maL Smpfe enoaail Lef lit dow by the -:- ,".,
.f replace and read the ,
AdrerEwaeats. Hera if a :.b.W..I enag. :
wall tike the nawspaper page by page, compare prices. qoalHies,, Ji' : ? '.
brand-namesTomotrorr rain or shine,well Lead for&e atar*&iL&a. _" ._ .-
as WDfNpp R4D41!+tS HOOD what 'We va J,"aad tome"agaia ia a JiiIJ. .- ;o ,."E .'ci'= ,

e"B tying at H019--thIowh the adrexfie g cokmaa-giyee JOU wide. ='- \ ,:::-f, .

s.leclion'mor. time to decide,-and: saga viea yoa"eVedde.. ... .' .f ',,"O -

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Printing Needs Ranges, Hot Water Heaters '
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Bendiz, Maytag, Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze
TO boxes Wayne water softeners RCA, Zenith StrombergCarlson .I
r radios Johnson Outboard Motors Onan Lightplants, Berkeley
Okeechohec vs' water pumps.

'\ Because of various special problems Governors RaceAs
Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54
that are involved in the mar-

ketiag of early Irish potatoes from

.. "-'" ,-:>..;;-""' :: .,"'Ie; '" "'- ri'P"' ", J)..; --..", '"' ._ ",.""" ='" the Southeastern States a study a successful; businessman I

of these problems and ways to am entering the race for Governorin

correct them win be undertakes the hope that I may render
; '. BURr EY [(ELZ Modern Cleaners under: the Research and Uajrket- service to my State which will
J 1 ''I lag Act as a cooperative project benefit all our citizens, and builda
Formerly. between the U. Department of greater Florida. '

} CLEANINGPRESSINGALTERATIONSPhone Agriculture and the Agricultural. While a inembt r of the Legislature

DENMARK'S f / pel'ime< Stations of Alabama. I recognized the need for independent
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': F1 rid.1.lorth Carolina, South leaders tip in our gov

95 Oar te& and Virginia. ernment. l'feel th ,t I am the best
Complete Home Outfitters qualified candidate the
f Ir&b T : to give
f S, potato production and
: people of Florida ,
an Independent
: marketing
: OkeechobeeFlorida costs a e relatively i
waive* and efficient admire>
I_ Phone 115 ". J. E. Cone, Mgr. .' 'c high. Became the crop is normally tra l oa- of the State's business.
.! marketed.when unm&tore, it :
OJ Ws basis 1 submit
,. ,,, _. to wl1d1.I I my can-
.. -yo. rapid spoilage
; "' "'" a.=.iJt I tUdf.cy and.respectfully request
1 r -: if. ; :;-'; robots not only in waste oi an
j '. -4 roar censidtraUon, and active .
: important food .product but l nand
l in the campaign.
t J Joseph W. Yates I I losses to grtlws increased- Moat sincerely,
[ et 1sta to pRnsunr .
; ", .T>;AN MCCARTY.
-: I Plan a omple ii t ( ea fI ecoaditl
3 : YATESFllHliL: HOME : d'amand
Abstractor DIGEST. '
1 J* "V, -..,-;. --'"..-.:;";-"''. --..,-, .: -. < lvaded awn!lfifjit a field, at

,, : : ra shipping\ points; and Continued ,
Fort Pierce Fla. I I ( from Page 1)
.:' t wholesale market. So
SECOND FLOOR COURT HOUSE l.F the paren -ft, those who in good
Phone 789 Phone 789 ctrl, some potatoes will faith make Florida their permanent -
bG through to retail, '

". Prompt Ambulance Service Residence Telephone 117' .I'I I stores and consumers to geE, & "'- ;- residence.4 .-

: complete licture'as to where and. county school board cannot

t I how flush deterio.atioll uu4 sI>gP pledge tax, money or other school
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t c I age occur from grower to eonsiun-. feais>> for the payment of stadium

Using radioactive carbon as a There are three principal I er and to obtain consumer reaction bon s without a vte of the freeholders -

Sea "clock," scientists: working In the peaches-fancy, choke and stand to early Southern *potatoefij'" }. is the opinion of Attorney

University of Chicago's new $12.- ard according to American Can! I. comparison with potatoes from General J, 'Tom Watson

7 000,000 atomic research programcan Company. The more .'expensive other areas. Putnam county proposed to issue -
measure the age of prehistoricmen grades being largest and most! I An Uapfifr: Jt jphajg of the study revenue certificates to build a

t SALES SERVICE as far back as 40,000 years. nearly perfect are suggested for will bft it) '|ipi$ : :eera3 on .Prices; stadium and( athletic field. and to

t salads and deserts the standard j I and eh$.rgR}- o naadlln? an$ wedge not only net receipts, but

MISS MODERN FARM grade for pIes !Aran&porUym' the product .J ug'h additional money frome0oi
r FOR u. g.-TIRES
I I through .d1trlbut.ton channels. funds to pay off the eertlfiritefc -

The famous light and dark blue! With these data as a basis, it Is i Colin Englisn, Mate schoolaprlntendent

: Puroil Products, Ford Parts--Service of the George D. Widener stable] hoped that ways and means ran be !t, reported that the

P. O. Box 476 Phone 44 r will be seen this season at lUaleal! worked ottt to get a larger quan- state board of educattou had been

xt (after a long absence. Trainer Hurt] I tity and a' better quality of Southe requested to purchase: pat of the

..... Mulholland has 22 stalls.!
asked for
= J:<= = 'n potatoes on the market which evenne bond, and asked the at-

H l. x--- I I f should mean increased rturns to t tdrpey general's opinion on their

.Atlantic.. Service Sta. WE SPECIALIZE '! REA wiring specialists advise j : growers. UdIt7.

Paul D. Robbins Owner posting a diagram of your wiring) I Watson advised that such a
: E IX TlfE: C'MMTMT! CurilT( I..F THE
; Wrecker Service IiJ Curing and i jcircaiits by your fuse\ box to help! XlSTH J'IHt'UJ.'II'I'JT!: OKKM ledpe of school money could not

spot the trouble when 8; fuse blows.J Jft I >RIHA IX 4ND PHI{ UKKE-: i he made under the Florida f'onsti-
24 Hours a DayE Smoking Meats 4 ? I ,*HI)BEJ! roi'NTT. KIX KIPA. IX
I C'HSrF.R' \ 'ution, without an affirmative Tote
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IDE BAXTEIUES Also wholesale and 'T'V. VOVEI; '-. JK. in<1hi.ltudh'. 01 the freeholders.
aid MAH'IHA u, CU\kalV dry brut
LEE T RESCASOILGRE.SING rx xse a trl.tHI ami bUllta'T.. tl', -- I
Retail Cuts. t'.._;y, ..Itriah'ltlth. A state representative may also
!to elected a musty school trustee,
r t.
TWIN OAKS THOMAS PKG. ,CO. Y_ Vtt?YOUR SUBSKTEWCf CHECKS F X KNOWN l1"lJUT LAW. k-..- and only the state house of repre-
1<+4. nnl..tad g'rall'ft"' uf CUfi-
All Night Cafe Parrott Ave. : t? s' ARSVING'ON SCHEDULE,t'sE SJ .E 1'I>n & Trt'$Et iln.l SAHAtl C, unt.a.tlvt has the power to dettmiLue .
TO NOT FY VA WHEN LHANWNG TL'CKKU. .both decease. ei ate.Itefendtata. f. whether the legislator may
ZI OK1 ECUOBEE. FLA. TRAINInG continue In that office. So
JOBS oR CQ'.JRSSLtIVVV.L {MltU'R TO At'I't'\n: ruled
-, r= 'l' JN 'Ttll SfAMB US' 'run *TATE OF Attorney General .. Tom Watson
c r ;"T f'r.c-mJnA;
Te 11w uttknuwu brir at law. b-ga- fa an opinion to Staff- Representative !) -
Electrical And ?... drvieur grantee ot tlusper
Troy Peacock
anrsh {", Ja.feson
S. Turk..r. tt.tIft"d. and
'::> 't North 'ParkPackage T.tpt.. dttr.tsed. or etahgr &f t1wm. oounty.
_ and to say ami all other (Wll. lla. -
; ;. RefrigerationSalesrService arm.-" and "rtv.rtiotb bevtatr 0'1 -
: r'sltonR t* hays ant f'llth, ale .r In another opinion un the ame
StoreLiquors ini.-re i tn .. f u Uw rullo.t nar Ott=, liiikleet
jf.. i.'y: .: _' f-ti r,.art; ertitttr hituat l.rfnaIng and hr., Attorney General Watson
.; : FARMERETTE Pt Varner. in the T4"UBt.l' .f UUw-....""' advised Oolio English, state school
'tJ'0: --;;' Wines Cordials 19. entered as "Miss Rototiller" in State of Florida tott; fDperintendeBt that deputy
: }:last aot fegt ..f.w: I.} ..f Se<,t1eft a :
-- M the contest held at the National :"3. T wuJhip'rr IOuth. gauge S5S. sheriff may also be a count; 'e& boo)
t : Nest Doer T. All Nltht Farm show in Chicago, defeated a &ut end
; field ft eight contestants to become (owiiiesehrg at the ei.an4ee .....hr trastee, because a deputy sheriff
SUUonPflOXE .. MUis8 Modern Farm of 1947*. Jibs of Jteertoa 34 8ad % TWV- 37 $,. K 33 fS not aa etlicer under the government -

-4 : ULMER EZELL 152 Varner. who measures & feet, 3 EL North M intor 4Yre 4 .lTy& .SIr Hancock.rb..; teik run oft the state, a<- : : inches, weighed into the contest at forth fle f; wt .f.fId cbl.1. to the plot lated by the
r. 105 pounds--not including the of besieatsg: Frets pAiat .t Iwgtsem Jng eonstitutioa.
Rototiller." nan lter1R n 1.a..t I.t>{ i'Mh,.: thaaee5retb
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'" 0, 55 YAtJt sna dall11i: thELee Delegates to the, national toflTeitloii -
i '"'t -- .tooth 7 tea 1$ tt'tea .13 t'1.aift.$: tS.rtk re
tc I oN 0::_Wnt 1M!' t1540+.t tIP lk'pmut may be selected b* .the
ALTO WATFORD d.: SOiGilil S QUICK RELIEF FROM et 1s gtueIsg. Ct'pth,1f t"eaee a.iilttbw state
i -. executive committee of a
fist SidePackage Syirpianis itmsAdsL"tcfnmSTOMACH ESHELMANRed 1JtI tre yr V5...rflo' a*Ufil that Mart14 minority oHtfcaI party U FJort.
StationThat ULCERS U. ..'_Iy au4 T. U. rbarly. ;Jt. der
hate fl.... I.-tbc 4'nOn 'ocrt c.f tiktwatota according to Attorney Genera!
Store Good Gulf CaL CUE TO EXCESS 'ACID Rose, Ceuutl. nl'lrtottit... seers trnftted J. Toxn"a'&O' .
alit tpri trs yes Sad t fJaM_ far
GULF PRIDE OIL Free 8ookTellsofHom.Trcetau U.Irt.' p1 dnieteag gad eetdrtstaz lldwere, hs a4ded, in his opln-
Mast Help or it WHI Cost Yep Nothing Guaranteed Feed IDs title te time *b.rfeJ dHntbfod tOll to
Secretary of Stats 1R, A.
land J, sod you ere bents, required Iatfle
=IJquarilae).n Cordials Met three million bottles of the\Cn.ttasS'aa.tarsxr a. .rr-11I1Y'Jt! is 4i4 !eats .* the Gray the law does not:seem to
:" fevbeea sold for rehet of 9h FH -19W i.-t* .f-
BURGESS day of >T sifT. !
f .ALTO'S.HOTEL tnmpUfceapf: distress Mtsins from Stomscfe. SUPPLY fir! tit the CJrk of o.rt'1i1t4rt: .f permit aunt parties to save their
end rr.t.ws1 Uleendue to Cxcass AcU > '
; :: EAST OItEECBOBEE.f Pocr Dist.e.C.ur or UpMt Itwnith. COMPANY Wutehebeo C@nn7'. 'F1on4a. caadi4a a for delegates carried og
car5uu. "-tt....,....P eiUsas.eta, ftNEsrt PIT juutd anteat ffttlalet the pxfcjiary tailoti
+ t1kUUe haarae VeUUt$. b'b.rtda; eieetlott as t?
T : : eTS..JuiAD :No.. dye toLsuuai&sot4ea J5dar.: trtali
t. ar IB The Heart Qt. :Iowa A+k'fer"wuaarc'. Mnyu"Ilk..I1Xp'ttet .! ttie.ltta'day at Jaueasry. A. 1i 155MABLlt the case:srtta jnticalriieg cast-
Phone o.104 O. llox Sj
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e = l this iraiirassi4ns5 ;SlIKFMt:
as ftkJT or Daily EstesjjjVjjjjVVVjjjjj u..rttc4 t.'hl.UC t,< UkeerSubes.ta. big) lore. thau:20 percent of' the
;: -., .:.. .PARK. DRUG CO.:- a3EAL( :: :.sr.riLntb' B :' ii t t4."bToefife'tart'&tnEfat.-:"- elee-

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