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: August 15, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I i VoIum_ 33---No.-H-/.3 Okeechobee, Florida Friday,..Agga ,. t7CLmi. AiCt -

1! CMMiissifiiersTrMsaet James P. Keene Joins Miss Funeral Services To Be I
; Mary SolickD.
t School Board Adopted
News Force This WeekAs Held Saturday AfternoonFor Resolution : 1

Business News And Adv. Man B. Mrs. Nondas Parker
McCarthyMarried Redistricting County Providing
James P.Keene arrived In Okee 'I
hiigthrSessiuTlu: chobee Monday night and is now Pahokee Funeral services will be con For
employed on the force of the ducted Saturday afternoon, Aug. Election Five Board Members I.
I 16, at three o'clock at the Church
Okeechobee News at advertising soildtor -
Board of Corny; Commissioner bar Miss Mary Solick of Pahoke of the Brethren for Mrs. Hondas
.-of Okeechobee County,, Keene,is newsman a native and of New printer.Smyrna and D. B. McCarthy of Okeechofce Parker who passed away here yesterday V. J. Domer Left j -
Florida, met in regular session on Okeechobee were married at the St. Mary, morning at 9:15. The body For Hot
Beach but came to Springs
I Monday, August 4, 1947, at 9:30 A. from Palatka. Catholic Church in Pahokee at !8 will be at the church from 1 p. m. I
M. Mrs. Keene and three children a. m. Saturday, August 2nd. Father Saturday in order that those who And Other Places !

Present were: Commissioners C. will Join him here aa loon as suit Reilly, pastor, officiated at the single wish may view it. ,
I, .E. Drawdy,,Chairman, O. J. Chap. able housing can be arranged for ring ceremony. A Nuptial The family requests that no V. J. Domer left Monday I
',3 man 'Durrence, and W. F.Walker' them. Mass followed the marriage. flowers be sent.Okeechobee. noon train' for Hot -

; Attorney, T. W. Cohely, :Miss Solick was attended by her. where he will spend three t
Jr,.Sheriff N*O.. Stewart: and Deputy .. sister Mrs N. Gavin of West Palm Co. taking the baths at that i
9 .. Clerk Connie W. RAulerson. The Rotary Club Beach. Dan :McCarthy, Jr., served known health resort.
The minutes of the meeting held as best man to the groom. After leaving Hot

in July were read and approved. Held Interesting I' The bride was attired in a grey Commission Without Domer expects to visit
Th; report of the County 'Welfare (l two piece dress which was accent places of Interest for

Board was: presented and or ed by white accessories. She worea Authority days before returning to '1 ,
dered filed in the office of Clerkof Meeting Tuesday corsage of white gardenias. The here. !,
Court.It .
Matron of Honor wore a yellow '
is requested lrom Lake Okee: The Rotary Club held its regular I eyelet Areas and carried a purseof TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 11The Unemployment ;
4 ,choose Commercial Fisheries Aseo- weekly meeting Tuesday:, August the' same material. Her hat and Okeechobee County Commission Is {
elation for donation to help,finance 13. The meeting opened with the shoes were white and she wore a without authority to contribute towards
move to re-open Lake to commer singing of the first verse of single, gardenia as a corsage. attorneys' fees in the legal Compensation .f
cial fishing. Same, was referred to America" Lunch followed and the The church was decorated beau battle to open Lake Okeechobee to
Attorney General for opinion. Introduced. tifully with white gladiolas and Commercial fishing, Attorney Gen- Okeechobee Co.
The following vouchers were I red eral Watson ruled today.T. .
approved .. I roses. Nuptial music was fur.
i ,and ,ordered paid: duced his brother Ed of Fort : nished by Miss Nora Oglesby of W. Conely Jr., attorney for Unemployment :
GENERAL FUND Pierce. Visiting Rotarians for the Clewiston, who played the tradi- the county commission, told Wat- payments in Okeechobee :
\ .Okeechobee Builders Supply day were Joe Backus from Stuart II tional wedding marches, "Ave Ma. son the Lake Okeechobee Commercial amounting to 410.00 were -
; Co. Material for ',I and John Dulaney of Pahokee. rla" by Gounod,-and aAve Verum Fisheries: Association had 31 persons, 7 men and 24 I

Hangar _.-...- _.:___ 2,641.25 Principal of the Orlando High Corpus." asked the board "for a contribution : during the week, ending I

Payroll ,D: D. T. Spraying School Charlie Durrance, was Introduced Following the ceremony, a breakfast I for the purpose of employing Horace B. Jones Manager:
Ca Labor --?_--_ _- 313.00 by Carl T. Durrance. for the bride and groom and attorneys to institute. court proceedings Ft. Pierce office of the I I

,- Okeechobee ,Builders Supply The members, were then led in immediate family washeld at the to open Lake Okeechobeeto State_ Employment u Service t
Co. Material for commercial nsmng. day in discussing the
some songs, "Let's All Get Together" home of the brides parents In I'
Hangar __._____ 572.93 '"The commissioners are Inform situation in the county.Mr. "
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and Xh Rottary, led by Canal Point. I t-
M. L. Mobley, Comm. Salary ed that approximately $10,000 is Jones said 87 were
A. J. Previous to t
Tom ,Conley assisted by Mrs. her marriage. Mrs. '
-c ,-JulT ,,---. .-_ 75.00 necessary in order to meet the obligations ing for jobs at the {
Boettger the _piano. McCarthy bad been Instructor of j ;
Payroll I), D. T. Spraying for which the association August many of whom '
', ,Labor ,,. -_ 1_ 189.00 President S. H. McDougald pre- School.Science in the Pahokee High has obligated itself" Conely'added."The eligible for unemployment "
sented Rev. Ed Standefer with the
Okeechobee Builders Sup request is justified in the ance. Workers ineligible are !
objects of Rotary and the club pin After the honeymoon Mr. and !
ply. Material for Hangar 224.60Co. Mrs. opinion of the association becausethe who in the last year or :
McCarthy wilt make '
thus making him memberIn their
Officer Payroll, Sala. home In livelihood of many of the citizens worked exclusively on
Club. f
Ties-July ___.______ 951.60 the 'Rotary of Okeechobee County Is .affected domestic service, for the
r Bessie Alderman, Tax The meeting was then turned by the closing of the lake, ment. for non-profit
S :.Colls. Comm. --- ____ 125.00 over lp the speakers for the day. 4-H Club Boys of 6 to say nothing of the loss to the or for firms with fewer

Robert La Martin, Tax Clifford Boyles ,talked on the assembly community.. nf, the- mon----v nut...- In-- employees. ;
Ass. Comm. _. .... 125.00 meeting, that was held in Counties Tour circulattion by the fishermen" Compensated unemployed
Co. Welfare Board, Relief Vero Beach thut he and Rev. jr.: The State Game and Fresh Water county during the week ;

Allow. "July __-. -r..&.. .... 350.00 H. Eland attended. He told the hi- Fish Commission, backed by August 2, registered as out .
P?"'r--1r.- :'0;' ;.. rttAttaadtn.- ,e 01 ights.of! the four" talks given. at Cattle Farms. two court decisions, last monthresn'nied'eniorcement : through, no 'fault of their
iv' Co. Comm., Meetings :_ -10.00 the assembly. lie said that these of its rules available'for suitable =;"" 4,
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St ,Withholding 'Tax Fund., ttalks were all very Interesting as forbidding netting and sale of fish were classified *- as: !
i 4 Taxes Withheld July 13.40" well as informative Over 200 4-H club boys from from the lake and the St. Johns and managerial 0, clerical : /
Fla. Power ft Light Co. Interesting as well as informative. Nassau, Duval, St. Johns. Bradford River.' A commission rule outlawed 6, service 0, skilled 0, -
l Elec. C. H. A Jail 15.47 He told several points of interest Putnam and Baker counties he' practice last October but the I 26. agriculture 4, and
k H. A W. B., Drew ,Co., given in Dean Matherly's talk on recently visited dairy farms and 947 legislature passed special acts O. ,. af'I ,
,, Supplies'-Clerk It Co. vocational service. This talk is forestry management projects in designed to reopen the lake and Payments of unemployment -
'Judge, T. Col. -i_. :1.98 going to lie made available to all Duval County and a poultry and iver. pensation throughout the
: Bishop 'Office Equip..Co. : the Rotary Clubs in Florida He beef cattle farm In Nassau However, both measures have the week ending August 2 ;
.i ; spoke on the philosophy of the The boys saw one of the beet ed to
I Supplies Clerk 6 Co. been declared unconstitutional.One $197,260 and were
Judge *-,- %.16 club service. Carl Herman talkedon Jersey dairies in the country at law exempted fishermen from 12,340 persons. ?:
Okeechobee Hdw. It Fur. actual and practical applications Walter Welkener's and an outstanding punishment for violating commis These figures do not i
} Co.Bnpplies, Court House, ; 2.15 of vocational service at the Guernsey herd at Dins- ion rulings covering the lake and lowance paid 'to 19,900 1
Inter Co. Tel.' It Tel; cO. assembly meeting. The district governor more Dairies. They saw'excellent the other placed both bodies of veterans from Federal funds
t Co. Judge ft Clerk', hopes to be In Okeechobeesoon pastures at both farms and also water under the State Conservation were $452,428& during the
p I Office ---_---_---- 38.80 and will have charge of the viewed daughter-dam combinationsand Commission. The conservation !."tN.--_ i
}f I Tfal'o Mannf. Co. Venetian program for the day. silage production. at Dinsmore.On agency regulates salt water Statewide payments to
i Blinds C. House -_ 1,001.00 The fellowship among the local the farm of Calhoun Geiger, ishing. erans for the week reelected I
I : II. ft W. B. Drew Co. Sup- Rotarians In Okeechobee is one of Dinsmore, the youthful farmers crease over the previous week i I
f: piles-Tax Collector _-. 8.39 the best things to be said about were shown a pine forest that has TRANSPORTATION COMPANIESTO $182.441 was paid.
t ,City of Okeechobee, -Water the elub. This Is very often spokenof been protected from fire for several MEETTransportation Any person who is looking 'I !
; -C. H. ft Jail __ 13.75 by visiting Rotarians from oth- years and la now returningmore companies from Job should visit the Empl
\ D. D. T. Spraying Payroll er clubs. Income annually than the Daytona, Beach, Tampa and Cocoa Service Office at the :
Labor Mr. Boyles went to explain land cost when purchased.At Courthouse
. 216.00 oq will meet with the Florida Railroad any Tuesday
t Economy Roofing Co. the operation of each Rotary Club the Pinebreeze Pullet Farm and Public Utilities Commission and talk over his i
r Rerooftng Jail -- 575.00 on the alms and objects basis.' The Callahan, the group were shown at Jacksonville, August 15, to and experience with a 1
Inter Co. Tel. ft Tel. Co. Alms and Objects committee pre beef cattle, some excellent pas. consider applications for new public terviewer. Any employer who
I. Clerk's Office .., ,__ 6.13 pare and co-ordinate projects for tures, having operations, and a carrier authority.E. workers may visit or tele
Okeechobee Hdw. A Fur. each committee but do not conflict large poultry plant. W. Carver of Tampa has asked Ft! Pierce and place his job .
r Co. Supplies Court House 8.SO with any other department of Ro- The tour was directed by Coun- I permission to transfer his certificateof -
9 Cemetery Payroll Labor 86.25 tary. These committees are further ty Agents A. S. Lawton and G. T. public convenience and necessity -BETTER THAN i;
,i r I'I'i' ,Leon S. Elaonman, M. D. approved'by the board of directors. Huggins of Duval. Gordon Ellis of to Florida Highway Express SEASON" PREDICTEDTwo .

Sanity Hearings __-.._ 10.00 Several suggestions were given Nassau, H. E. Maltby and V. J. Inc., authorizing transporta- ; : ,
Scharfachendt Bros. Inc. at this assembly to be followed by Major of Putnam Ross C. Swart- ion of freight under contract with men considered i
'Supplies-Jail .._-_ 1.70 local Rotary Clubs over the state. sel of St ohns T. K. McClane, Jr. the Atlantic Pacific Tea Co., be- candidates for Florida's :
Knlghta Service Station Among these were: of of Bradford Baker. and J. Raymond Mills ween a number of Florida cities, ship set political tongues j+

J'uel-cemetery s....,.. 10.77 1.' Sgt. at arms responsibilities. Including Tampa St. Petersburg, there last week when, they me i
S.'C. Paige, Fuel-7Cemetery; 6.43 2.' Another suggestion was that Ft. Myers, Lakeland and Jacksonville a luncheon conference.- I! E;
Bonnie Supply Shop. some member of the magazine com- Nathan Zelmenovitz Left ,' The lineup of the 1948 : r
'Repairing Lawnmower 2.92 mittee present the Rotary magazine Sunday For Month Stay ship race may have been f I I /
.Okeech- bee Co. Bank. In brief at ,some of the Rotary In New York City Mrs. J, IL Walker, Jr., who underwent vitally by this unexpected i :
Assignment ..,,..__. 70.10 meetings. an eye operation In Tampa announced conference i
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'Okeechobee News, Pub- It was stated that assembly andconference Nathan Zelmenovitx left Sunday several weeks ago returned to her year-old Dan McCarty. of Ft. 'I' 1
'llshing Notice -for Sheriff were to be held at the tor New York City where he will home here Sunday. After leaving and 33-year-old George A. I j
s-Sale .. .. .... ---._-,. 9.60 same time in the future so that Ijoin Mrs. Zelmenoviu who haa Tampa she spent two weeks with era of Miami both veterans f 1
,Co.. 'JUdI" Office --_ 11.75H. instructions at this ,time. Mr. and-they will spend another month aDd Mrs. ,Morris. Barnett at Areala of Florida. : j
ft: W. B. Drew Co. Boyles closed his talk by giving visiting relatives and friends In Mr. and Mrs.' John H. Walker Following the conference :
Supplies- Clerk Office 1CJ6 four of the important points of I. that city. made the trip to Affad'ia Sundayto er man would make a : I ,
;FINE' 'ft FORFEITURE: FUNDT Mort McDonald's talk, at the assembly From New York they will go to bring her home. Mrs. Barnett and Smathers advised : I
!V.'ConeJy*, Jr. DocketFeetJuly ,. on community aenl e. Charleston, S. C., and Brunswick and two daughters accompanied that he ia reserving his j J 4
_.........-,- 28.00 These points were: Ca, for a short visit before returning her "h me and are' spending this as to the race for the ,time '
w 'F. FdMEanpai. Prof. 1. Survey Community for needs. home. week here with the Walker farar. It Is reported thatSmathers j ;
; ;Servic* to Prisoner-___ 10.00 2. Educate community.Investigate .. II cently held conferences with i 0 '
'N,: O.'Stewart, Sheriffs 3. work. ferent parts of the wheel and its I Warren of Jacksonville and

: ,Cost_ 'Bills-._'..,.,,.'?... 230.49 4. Never start project and fail relation to the members of the Mr; and Mrs. Rae Drougbon and i (Bill) Shands of"Gainesville, I a
i ROAD ft- BRIDGE' FUND to complete It. club. _* children Wilson 'and Betsy of Miami i prospective 'candidates"* in the'
; .Mabel Raulewon Sheffield Rev. Elland then presented the The meeting was then adjourned spent' last week-end In Okeechobee bernatorial: race: I
'RecOrdlftg'_Ri.-<<-uy dub with the Rotary Club emblem.He '. by the singing of "God Bless visiting! relatives and
Ii.1 ;(CeDtlD ed '0.'Page 4) gave his thoughts' on .the dif- lme ca." friends here. Advertise in The, J
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::j 1 J I I 1.> .. I IJ Ii 1948" Campaign Maneuvers. Started Tells Research of Huge "

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i! U Phenothiaziiie Will For Presidential War Weapons

i I; I Kill Nodular Worms 'gust! targets an enemy power'j -

j ning A-bomb the United:
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".' By BAUKHAGE might select would be the.tut."search -
j i 'i" Common Insect of Hogs Newt Analyst*nd ComtlU1l center at Inyckern for de-

\j +:I .i, Present on Most Farms WASHINGTON. -More than two opment of new naval weapon,' "
This Is not nllituy
adjourned the last bit of fight went seerec-
i You've heard so much about would potentially hostile nation
much as though it glide
roundworms that may very Importance of this
swine you experj-
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1. I, think they are the only internal par- an unperturbed finish. station in development -
; Then the Missouri scandal raised Its ugly
asites that cause bog losses. If so. weapons. Strangely enough
} Mo.) insisted that he was going to -1USt
'i Rep.. ,
You're overlooking Americans who know of itttiat'
you're wrong. ISO to investigate the justice department's : .cti
: : the nodular worm. City vote frauds in 1946. This despite the fact it mainly as a place where.thena1i j
The USDA says the nodular worm tests rockets. ':
tee of the senate already had decided against "
: is perhaps the most common worm Capt. James B. Sykes :.'-
To the Republicans this was by e> __ ,
parasite of swine, and that in some Ing officer 6f the research f
dish to eeste
,. t. states practically all hogs raised no means,.. an unpleasant have on the fire I win which with is .NOSTALGIC SCENE A scene dear to the hearts of old-timers is doesn't believe this is good pays*., ;.r ,

; under ordinary conditions may be -- for they Intend to if put I that of, mares at the watering trough. These three Percnerons are ogy. As a result he has dtsid' ,

i ; infected. make it one of they you can't typical of the many blue-bloods who will be rounded up from farmsthroughout for the first time the fun scheme' Research workers in animal para- the U. S. to compete at the National Percheron show operations at Inyckern..
: : I the pieces resistance because of ;
; e sitology are beginning to suspect of the flected In I August 23-29 at the Ohio state fair in Columbus. Public New May Kne r., ;" .

J that nodular worm injury to bogs campaign. But negative "During the war a high
t: is far greater than was heretofore cation of
: V they didn't wantto Taft'poll.. secrecy was necessity'
s x believed. Nodular worm infections start it cookIng hasn't NEWS REVIEW says Captain Sykes. "But the war tf|

;, ,: cause considerable losses to the '' before ad- he does over. The public is entitled to kaawf
,meat Industry because the lutestines .,. ft journment for as much as we can tell them about

1. from studded nodular with worm nodules.injury resulting are- :,:' .'",";7}i> they realized that toward How. Aid to Poland Cancelled; I1yokem-without necessarily violating the t ae.:
i while too many Taft's ; crecy shrouding t-
: cooks can't spoil of our projects." .:
I! : this broth, it liberalism The installation already has $

might make everybody Is are one looking Reds Delay Jap Treaty more than 100 million dollars*,194}

late for possibly hiss, payroll of.more than one' :nsfl.
dinner dinner __ lion dollars a month. _-::
: Bankhage back home. that he POLAND AID: but About the size of the state ofj
that what "the big shots Washington
,y its .grl: The Democrats of course were torney Canceled apparently; held no animosity toward Rhode Island the station covers,
set to fight it and some of the Re- = more than 1.000 square
H HL publicans rather than prolong the At this Following a report by a U. S. survey the Nearly 12.000 pWsons. naval'and
battle, wanted to forget it for the of the mission that Poland has enoughfood Later he was sent to a Washington civilian workers and their fames,

I present.It by the to meet her minimum requirements hospital for observation.The live on the base.

Ii i couldn't be entirely neglected low 'at least for this year the coincidental appearance of Several others have to Hr b

for. despite violent digging on the him up for state department canceled Poland's President Truman in the senate trailer areas outside the station''

; part of the Republican and Democratic everybody share of the 350 million dollar chamber was the result of a dare cause of an.acute housing

: L national committees no really As to a American relief program.In which he took while having lunch A good-sized: city has sprung:Bj 1

luscious campaign issue has been the with some of his former colleaguesfrom among the cactus and sagebrush 13]
ThIs plywood self-feeder con its announcement, the state department" -
are going the senate. He spoke for five
unearthed. miles off the highway since 1MJ.
taming pnenoUdazine will aid in. said that special items -
The Pendergast Issue will be used man who minutes from the seat he held as -
ridding hogs of nodular worms. such as medical supplies and sup- Many Things
but it cannot be depended as really the senator from Missouri dwelling
upon ementary foodstuffs for particular Rocket research is only a part ell
l : weak and tear easily and this destroys a major weapon in the battle of Shortly ridden he groups could be supplied Poland largely on the "auld lang syne"theme. the station's work. Here also 'are]

F ; their value for use as cas- 1948.At which through private relief agencies and developed: "
ings. These losses of course are present the Republicans al- other organizations. New and secret high-power
t : passed along to the hog raiser in though they are optimistic enough prevents announcement added READING PUBLIC: Lives for warheads.
The :
3 4 f the form of lower prices. concerning the final victory realize political "In view of the above and of the 49 Per Cent Heard Radio electronic systems for
without In
that it cannot be achieved fact
Hogs entertain four species of are trolling the projection fromof
that funds available sufficient
nodular some heavy; artillery capable of much fact It is probably a safe surmise that
nodular worms. The worm the rockets bombs gun projects]
r to meet only most
half inch smashing the Democratic defensive in both urgent Secretary of State George Marshallwas and This is
1 : gets to be only about a it has been decided torpedoes. the key
relief not
i long hence is not as readily seen the strongest 'feature of which to Is going to problems."V to needs shocked clear down to the bot- aerial warfare of the future. Ex4

i a : as the roundworm. which gets to be date is the poll-the poll that showedIn that undertake" a relief program for tom of his briefcase when a Gallup actly what Is being done eannot bej

1 as thick as a lead pencil and more July that Harry Truman still hada tempt but Poland. poll revealed that only about 49 per fully told but several hundred sentista

i. ; : than a foot,long. Hog raisers seeIng 54 per cent popular majority. may be, Next on the list according' to f 1- cent of America's,voting populationhad including some of the
F : S roundworms may blame them That Is why a lot of politicians on ment and dications..might be Hungary; where heard or read of his cele- world's best either live on the base!

It .. t for trouble caused by the smaller Capitol Hill are saying: "We'll win just as the better crop prospects are in sIght. brated plan for repairing and rebuilding or :work in close association

S : :I barder-to-see nodular worms. ,, with Dewey," not just, "We'll win." belabored The state department said that Europe's shattered econ- Guided missiles. Captain SyketJ
You'd be surprised to see how ally the decision ,to cut'oft 'relief to omy.
1 Phenothiazine is the only effective says "We are developing weapons
t many good Democrats turn sadly get. Poland was based entirely on the
for nodular On the other band he could take potentially far superior to the
remedy removing
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away, replying European countries -
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It than 90 some man V-2 bomb. Eventually our :
r/ i; t worms. destroys more .' N.om l
mblican boast. tingent comment
s j J per cent of them. Phenothiazine is was per cent of those who were Aware" of: ram-Jet should have better contra t
There is grOUP. of ming made oof: the fact that Poland'isweU
one course. the Marshall also of .
i f :,j; i easily given in teed-in fact thatis within the Soviet sphere of Influence I plan approved and carry a heavier parload. <

: : I / the safest way for a bog raiser ,* -+ -+- and that Hungary Is definitely it. The Ram-jet's advantage 1* in 8j
I to administer it. Communist-dominated. The plan, in simple terms, was ability to ram air through Its toes

i Serving the PublicWhat suggestion to the European nations under compression thus eliminti
SPLIT that they get together to work out lag the necessity of carrying
I NEW : their economic SMvmtion on* cooperative gen Inside the weapon as ia tie]
j'j't i I Cattle Horn-Fly Trap I does the word "advertise"mean It isn't self-help b sis. Pitying mtjor V-2.

.. to you? Does it, mean' "to directed Peace Treaty role in financing the recovery would .The principle of the V 2,",
warn, to give notice to. to Inform. without Russia's rejection of the United be Amerifanmoney-obtained tbrotigltx4tion Be:
Captain Sykes, "is as stupid a*
; Considerable success has been attained to notify to make known to"? : directed States proposal for drafting of both the 49 per cent who
a Japanese -
i ; in Australia using a horn-fly Or does it mean some sort of high- zations treaty is showing bad bard of the pies *nd the SI Percent idea of a transcontinental bus T TIng _
peace up as up at the start with an the :
trap constructed in a gateway or powered skullduggery Involving sky facts home another breach in the already badly who hMl 1J ,/ "
:' k lane through which the cattle musts scrapers. Hollywood blondes billboards you It weakened structure of American- Here Is the first question which necessary for the entire trip _

.. pass once or twice a day. The passageway and singing commercials!; about the Soviet unity.In Gallup pollsters asked:
i through ,the trap is 33 The first definition was written by cerning U. S. Intends to Free Land =
addition it "Have heard read ,
delay indefinitely or
inches wide and 100 feet may you
long. Webster (not the senator, the gentleman most
work on a peace treaty for about the Marshall plan for Along the Alaskan Highway
j The glass in the roof is coated on who wrote a dictionary.The about !
Japan which the United States helping Europe get back Its
i the Inside with DDT and protectedfrom other' concepts are the result ot.a! details.It contends on W WASHINGTON interior, -
is an absolute necessity If the feet?
the cattle by coarse screen rash of lampoonery of advertising is an partment Is preparing to ops'lalong
nation is to
conquered get back
which while some of it may contain away what on the Alaskan highway to*e|
,. I a, grain of)rutn. looks to me its economic feetAmerican 49% SITS tlement '

t like biting the hand that Is not feeding ideas proposals, for beginning (: The war department has -

t you. the the task of writing a treaty on quished the strip of land ,thrcoft

The big. bad novel about adver- body DO August 19 were turned down by : Alaska upon which it built the ;
tising at its blooming worst was -it's Moscow on the grounds that the thus returning the land to
called "The Hucksters" a best sell- words-" U. S. was attempting to act unilaterally i1 department jurisdiction.

er highly salted with erotica which The and without having made Assistant Secretary of the Int ;

F has been turned into a movie. Thereis except any previous agreements, with Warne said the department Is'weit

no accounting for tastes and I profits Great Britain China or Russia. Ing on plans for establishment]t

won't object if you see the pictureand only one Major question now facing the YES NO communities along the road, .

I like it. All I ask: "Don't ac- ica a still United States and other nations interested now Is ISO thinly settled as to'be'j. _,

.,; I' cept the advertising sequences as ready is. in making progress on a Those who had heard of the plan suitable for tourist use. i
literal truth. The The withdrew from #
t Far East settlement is were asked: army _
i iI There is much about advertising a week peace "What Is your opinion of the use a land rQute 20 miles wida Egg 3
1 t Type of cattle horn-fly trap recommended 1 could loudly decry (and often do) Donald whether to go ahead with the writ- plan?'* which to build the road. '

l.' V by>> Macdonald college. at the risk of biting the hand thatIs Ing of 'the Japanese peace treaty Later the width of the strip sss_ J

s not feeding me. But there are board without Russia. reduced to five miles. The raOt

r 1 wire. The animal passing through "hucksters" who are undertaking ing 57T f 2t% I 221. recent action returns all of thi lard
;: ; the has to brush between andt' projects of a decent GUN TOTER
i trap very sort of them what : I to the interior department 'V5 V _
under two of curtains and eight which not 1 7t
sets you may be aware. do to help The interior department is J + weighted strips brush her legs and Maybe in these past few months what CoincidenceFor ed to make' attractive sites n'ha / A

: belly dislodging flies which rise you've asked yourself: Why doesn't I Now a few minutes Washington available to builders of.

1 to the light and contact the treated'glass. somebody TV- .-nm--....-Vi
t" ; lot Of things.Something. time would-be assassin on their bands i ties. I

.. about the people killed the when they picked up a man carrying 0 The road extends for 1.529 J&r- ]

:; < finaplasmosis Gains or Injured In automobile accidents many a gun inside the capitol just from Dawson Creek; B. c., to' _
every year.Something. many after President Truman had madea APPROVE DSAPKOtfE OPINION banks. Alaska. '
\ Foothold on Range about housing. The providing visit to the senate chamber.But .

4 war ended two :years ago. Yet the Clifton R H. Spires. 39 of
x' AnaplasmosiJ Is a febrile, Infectious fact As a footnote the poll disclosedthat
t disease transmitted from sick land of the free still isn't providing members Augusta. Ga.. arrested on a chargeof while public opinion was generally Petrified Forests Found ea

; _. or carrier cattle or by ticks horse- homes ef not for the brave. Shame on all civic : carrying concealed weapons ap- in favor of Marshall's proposal Bottom of Lake WaHSEA'1'TL ;
t;S -. t V sand other biting insects. Young can put peared more confused than anyone support would decline sharp
,' .ry V ; animals are seldom affected. Something about the shortage of vertising else about the affair. He'seemed to ly If taxes had to be raised in orderto .-Official* of the
and ttures
medical services. Patients are neglected national think that he had a grudge,against put it through. geodetic survey report
The treatment is still in the experimental t
submarine forests
,.._hospital wards closed be- petrified "
-:_ stage and Is largely a cause the nation desperately needs eyed on the bottom of Lake W "

veterinary problem. Animals afflicted nurses. Training them is a long- OUTGO Ington here.Forming .
-S with the malady should be NOT ALL
r' g range Job- a real menace to nate
kept in the shade given plenty oi Something about world trade. Our gation, the trees, turned.to stuns

dean'water., a little green feed. economic future depends on unham- centuries of immersion, at ore' i

..:4, > venous injection of mercurochrome groups make our world trade a football a few feet of the surface.
has been used with success as well for selfish interests. .IL Department of commerce surytI
a' s as a 'modified sodium-cacodylate Something about the nation's WASHINGTON.-compensatinem .tributed to an increase of'direct Investments Canada has consistently occupied ors got the Job cf "toppta*" lbs

treatment health. Between the ages of 15 and an Infinitesimal degree for the vast abroad. first place. Countries next in Importance I trees In a novel underwater lxr
34. tuberculosis our greatest km- sums of United States money which These'are direct private business in providing Income on operation.' Power boats with

leaKy for Black Hot er. ,At any given time. 500,000 people have flowed abroad during the postwar investments-not government loans. American direct investments were lines snapped off the rocky?

have It. But they don't know it era for relief of devastated I They include principally foreign Venezuela. ChIle. the United King 15 to 20 feet below the surface.
V S. Disease Among Grapes Alarming? ,You bet it is. countries earnings on American Investments I branches and,subsidiaries American doxn. Cuba. ,Argentina Brazil and

V ? Use of bordeau mixture 4:+100 Something about our kids. Your in foreign countries enterprises and foreign companies Mexico.

: : V plus one,pound of rosin fish on soap children are getting a rough deal reached a new peak of 520 minion in which Americans own Largest single" Income producerwas One Bath\ .Casts $I, 1i, fcFergetfcl ':

.V ;-x per leo canons of spray mixture: In school. Too few teachers. Too ; dollars last year it Is revealed In more than 23 per cent of the voting the petroleum Industry which Safe-

commended for those vineyards antiquated equipment. old textbooksor a department of commerce survey stock accounted for 170 million dollars In SAN
'where black rot and downy mildew none at alL Make you mad? It The return highest in history star About one-half of the 1948 income 1948. Manufacturing was second JOSE CALIF.Herwig 'be

t .have'been serious. This spray is should. passed by 18 per cent the best yearof or 273 million dollars was received with returns approximating 130 mi police."I took *' $ .OOO bath
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uuu\ l" t ', :,, Itt.. @' @) r>i Ih JJa In Plane Is Puzzle! :

Flew Solo in a Ship Normally ;

Motive Behind Greek Revolt Manned by Ten. i- }

ACCORDING"" to the diplomaticgrapevine from Athens, the n any e SHREVEPORT-LA. For personal

J 1.. so-called Communist uprisings inside Greece were care reasons that may never be

fully timed-not by the Communists, but by the Tsaldaris- ) R known a staff sergeant took off. --
ei Barksdale
Maximos government-to coincide with the departure,from apparently alone
Begin t
Money Making field in Fortress normally
the U. S. of former Gov. Dwight Griswold, Greek aid admin- LYNN CH.UlBEasME.. a of 10 and i:
manned by a crew
istrator for Athens. Plans for Your Club :-
crashed to a fiery death at SIbley,
The Greek government's motive Is to convince Griswold that the Veal Roast with

Tsaldaris-Maximos regime is essential to the security,of the country and Early in the Season Sour Cream Gravy La.Mystified field authorities hastily
must remain in power. Buttered Noodles
board of inquiry to deter-
set up a :
Actually, what happened was that theE.A.M.. or so-called Communist Fried Tomatoes mine to the following puzzling '
group"* ,was holding ,,conferences with' ?rof. Alexander Svolos of Athens Green Beans with Mushrooms answers

university Just a few days previously with'a view'to a political compromise Cinnamon Rolls questions: unauthorized I
by which they could resume participation Greek political affairs Graham Cracker Torte What motivated the '.; I
.j; SEEK WORLD'S OPINION flight by the. sergeant.. identified as i
under U. S. protection when. suddenly,-about 4.000 of them were arrested. Beverage
Polliam La.?
Eugene Indianapolis Robert Farrar. 23. of Bastrop. i
U. S. diplomats are pretty well convinced that there can be no, po Recipe given..
tad., newspaper publisher, and How was he able to get the four I
litical"stability in Greece and ;:
no success for the American aid programIf
his wife scaaworld atlas preparatory engines revved up and otherwiseput j
i' the present reactionary Greek regime remains to Even patient
Ambassador Lincoln power. ,to leaving on world tour. to 1 cop scalded milk the big bomber in flight trim by j i
MacVeagh is reported to have come to this conclu
sion. To find oat what the plain people allover 54 teaspoon vanilla himself? (
Tsaldaris is doing his best to convince Griswold
that'there would only be think of the United States.ELKS' Mix dry ingredients add egg How did the sergeant get his ship I
more chaos if the present Greek government
", resigned. yolks slightly beaten.: Pour in milk warmed up and take off without ,. I
gradually. Cook In double boiler until arousing guards the officer on duty I:
smooth and The ;., ;
thick stirring con- and the flight control tower?
WALTER WINCHELL tantiy. Cool and fold to'flavor. first that anyone knew the fortress ,;

Orange Icing. was missing was when an airplane .
Q 2 cops powdered sugar pilot spotted the wreckage and notified ':. '
Notes of -
a BystanderThe 4 tablespoons butter the field. 1

4 tablespoons milk or orange ,How did the sergeant get the t
Late Watch: : Many of the The Show Folks: The hat-check I I

women up at the Columbia" university lass named Helen Westcott started __ .. m...."' .. ...." Y"". ......,.. 1i' 1)4 Juice teaspoons orange flavoring. plane runway air-borne? from an unlighted =

faculty section are reported playing in "The Drunkard" 13 years p. Grated rind of an orange Barksdale authorities were so -
soooo fluttery over General Elsenhower's ago as the baby. As understudy to This luscious combination ef
'Cream sugar and butter add re- much in the' dark on the whole
appointment. They're all all the femmes in the cast (althoughshe pumpkin and pastry with a_prune maining ingredients. affair that they first reported a.B 17 4
getting perms new fan outfits, etc. rarely goes on) she is the and whipped cream topping Batter Cookies. '"
Peanut was missing with a fun crew _
Observation: In the papers a troupe's most useful member. makes a good combination that '
(Makes 3 dozen) aboard.. But when only one, body '
photo of Harry Truman's birthplace Helen can play all the roles, and has plenty of sales appeal. recovered '
K shortening from the charred
cop was :
disclosed how
that It is occupiedby
has. H cop peanut buttercup and crumpled wreckage they :'
a loan firm! Perhaps many of you who are officers
of clubs already have planned M granulated sugar counted off ranks at the field'and .J-
Quotation Marksmanship: M. H cap brown sugarleg found only the staff sergeant unaccounted
The Keeley institute of lllinoit your programs
where drunks *re dried up) explodes K. Johnson: She nagged him for the whole for. -

the finemstie HZ.1Ullhill lute another woman's life. ;year. Undoubtedly IV* cops flour The army: said that the, sergeant .:-. ,
newspaper men are rw", oll. Out Hecht-O'Roorke: He's the vice they include a 4 teaspoon salt was an overseas air force veteran 'j'
of 12,012 palcoboUct treated there experience. Faith: 1
Percy number of fundraising % teaspoon soda and, hence' he probably ,knew a
'(between 1930 and '46) only 95 Her eyes lit up like two vamps. .... schemes Cream peanut butter with shorten great 'deal about the -operation of, ; >
were newspaper men. The olbno. .. Ford ,She learnedto I in .
Corey : ing. Add remaining ingredients the B-17, the army's principal :
which designed
were trcbtletts, broken, b.nk.rl. HEAD MAN Lafayette are
say things with her eyes that order given. Shape chilled dough bombing weapon all during the European
But topping the list for worst A. Lewis, Los Angeles attorney to take
tippler (held, 'u,, Newtwere others waste time putting into has been elected'rand exalted care of worthy into small balls and place on a baking phase of the war.
.a. words. sheet. Flatten with a fork Co!. Victor H. Straham. com- .
ruler of Benevolent and Protective causes.
Order of Elks. One of the most successful campaigns dipped in flour making a crisscross mandant at Barksdale. said that no

PAUL MALLON\ ... of many groups includes salesof design on the cookie. Bake In a flight was authorized and none had'

...".... .. ., .".,.... .. goods baked by members. In quick moderate (375-degree) oven been cleared by the control tower. !

this, of course cakes, cookies, et for 10 to 12: minutes. Let cool slight.. Although the sergeant was believed -, i

1948 Race Is Like a Pretzel cetera are donated by the women ly before removing from tin. the only man aboard an off-, I
Prune Pumpkin Pudding Pie. vial Barksdale bulletin said: "Many,
and purchased by the club members
THE political situation is shaping up like an unterminated pretzeL You so all profit Is clear. .t% caps cooked or canned men are on furlough and it is not:

I see the curves up to now plainly enough. But where. the dough .,:. ... .. Now that sugar fats and flour pumpkin possible to be absolutely certain; :.t

I maze will wind up nobody knows. are back again on a basis In 1* cups milk others might not have been .,-
;;*. Dewey went eat U make character In the West. From New c. prewar 4 eggs aboard.'* ,
supply at least it's possible to plan
; York with &6 convention delegates he went oat to the six: delegate ::-:' ...W' I 94 cup granulated sugar
: bakery goods sale of this type.
;:' states not to gather party votes, as popularly supposed but chiefly 'W i a % cop light molasses I
> to gather a ID-gallon political disposition. Candidates often : In case there's a problem about 1 teaspoon salt Army Air Force Radar ; l

make the same trek for the same purpose at'thls stage. what to include rye lined up sev- 1 teaspoon cloves t

t' If Dewey went after'delegates, he should have come down to Wash. "i eral sure-fire recipes which can 3 teaspoons ginger Saves Planes, 240 Men
a-' Ington to see the Republicans to both houses of congress. This is where l' .: J{. serve as the nucleus of the sale. 3 teaspoons cinnamon WASHINGTON. Army air

,: the delegates are. Senator Martin has the 78 or so from Pennsylvania .:"(.'',,'. 'X\. .. i Pass them out to those who. don't 1 teaspoon allspice forces credits its highly prized -
in an.Inside' pocket. Senators Taft and Bricker could ten Dewey about .:. know just "what to make. instrument landing equipment I j

Ohio and probably also Indiana and Illinois although it might not be J!: F..t Prune Spice Cake. with having saved 240 aircraft i

_anything Dewey, wants to hear.", Speaker Martin could Issue Massachusetts : :. (Using oblong pan) crewmen from an unwelcomeand :

and ,probably;_aU,New_England like ,script.. Harold; Stassen could \ 2J4 cuPs sifted,cake flour perhaps costly-mass paraI I ,)
tell him about Minnesota and perhaps'Iowa; Wherry about Nebraska; : r.; chute Jump over the Azores. I 1.. '!' .
% teaspoon baking powder
.JBaldwin about Connecticut and so on. f : '' '.t1'f3 1 teaspoon soda ,.:, The men were aboard 12 I I
,, Dewey could"takea, .pencil and paper, come to Washington at much :1' : : 94 teaspoon salt c planes. Including nine B-29 Su ;

less railroad fare and-ascertain he lacks St majority,of delegates without : .. :>. ': >> ::: <: :::: 1 teaspoon cloves -.. :;: perfortresses returning from a

favorite son support. He might 'win' a .few primaries next spring and :;;'(')!>.o:}':.' 1 teaspoon allspice i' :.,.. ,. "Zi/ tour of Europe. They encountered i

show some strength (this fa what he Is figuring on. they say) In which 1 teaspoon cinnamon ", ,; unusually rough weather

case the boys might come up to his backroom Albany. LEADS DUTCH FORCES Lt. }4 cup shortening .,. coming in to the Azores which
&. while Dewey 1s supposed to be making a runaway race out Gen. S. H. Spoor Issued an orderof 1J4 caps sugar for a time had pilots debating ;
of It. no one will predict where he goes from here. Taft Is going whether to crash land in the
the day announcing opening of 2 eggs;Veil beaten [ Ml ;
west and will Identify himself while there as the only :
himself ,
-1 '. ocean or take to parachutes and
hostilities between Dutch forces 1 cooked seeded and j
cop prunes "
prominent opponent of Dewey 'to' date. and Indonesian troops following'collapse chopped ., ., .. 'c c"'" ; abandon millions of dollars worthof I
'::7 equipment.
of negotiations between 1 cop sour.cream .. J

H. 1Comments. PHILLIPS Dutch and Indonesian govern. Sift the dry ingredients together ..... '. =d::1< AAF however put 100 per cent '
ments. twice. Cream shortening add sUgar reliance on ground control approach '
radar equipment at La- i

J on the Day's News I ... a c ,a-\ -a.-, ,'" fluffy.gradually Fold and in eggs beat and until prunes.light Add and gens field the Azores and all the i;

planes were brought in safely.
VANISHING AMERICANISMS J. Caesar PetriDo admits beforea Vx dry ingredients alternately with !

"Remember, we lave to bold our house committee that he draws sour cream and beat well after each ,

I I.: cuss fIIHSr down about $60.000 a year which we addition. Bake in a greased oblong Mexico Discloses Finding I!

!- r assume helps immeasurably to sustain .. pan In a moderate oven for 45 min i;
"0.. overcharged patron it lost his love of music.' : utes. Let cool and frost with: 6 Of Two Uranium Deposits
Have much variety ,
as as possible
k. Patron. ._ S Mocha Frosting. when yon plan such money- .MEXICO CITY. Discovery of ,
"I,don't think the cause of atomic powdered two uranium deposits in Mexico has
"Our job it to make the customer 4 caps sifted sugar raising activities as a sale of
1! : feel be got bit mone/t worth" 'energy has been served by this disclosure H cop cocoaSi'teaspoon baked goods. A plan of some kind resulted in a recommendation that
of the theft of certain data.
salt an atomic energy committee similar
made up ahead of time will eliminate
Rationing Is coming back. It Is 'Senator 'Hickenlooper. ji cup butter or substitute too much duplication. to that of the United States, be

J freely predicted there being no other -a- 54 cup strong coffee formed it was disclosed here. {

way that we can send to Europe : The cause we take it. is better 1J4 teaspoons vanilla Pastry The uranium deposits were discovered z

1t. the things required. Everything served by Just letting the secrets bestolen Sift dry Ingredients together and IK cups cooked prunes in 'the state of Chihuahualate I

ft t '"POINTS" as it were that way. and saying nothing' about''it cream with butter. Add coffee and }4 cap granulated sugar in 1946 by an official group

, whatever. In short the senator be- vanilla to make of a smoothly K cap,light corn syrup working under orders from the federal i

J\I One nice thing about war In the lieves that whether the bomb shouldbe spreading consistency. 1 teaspoon cinnamon government. 1

old days was that yoa-,could almost dropped or not the matter'of Its kCINDERELLA teaspoon salt One was near Zotolar. three miles I
tell when It protection should be. Graham Cracker Torte. Rio Grande river 'and
J always; was over. proper 2 teaspoons plain gelatin from Just i
f! *, *' H cap butter 2 tablespoons cold water southwest of Presidio Tex. The second :

t 1 cap sugar was near Place de Guaduiupe :
! WALTER SHEAD 1 cup whipping cream
t 3 eggs separated Combine pumpkin milk and unbeaten about 23: miles southwest of Pre

1 teaspoon vanilla 'eggs; beat until well blend sidio.
! Good Samaritan Grated rind of an orangeIc !
Congress Plays ed. Combine sugar
MAN RossLockrldge cap floor molasses salt 5,000 Youths Flee Russian .
'i i senate was about to convene 'for a political discussion,of export Jr., professor of English 2 teaspoons baking powder and spices mix a
; THE The Rev. Peter Marshall chaplain asked Divine Guidance ,, father of four children was 54 pound graham crackers rolled well and stir; into i s ; Zone to Escape Forced Toll !j j

.' and said: down to his last $100 when he 1 cop milk pumpkin mix FRANKFURT GERMANY. I ;

i ":day freedom be seen not as the right to do-as:
'i bat as the opportunity to please to do what Is right. May It'ever tree County," had won MetrO Cream butter and sugar.. Add well pastry-lined pan border police, all along the -

i. be understood that oar liberty Is under God and can be found nowhere Goldwyn-Mayer novel award beaten yolks vanilla and orange and bake In avery United States zone's eastern boundary t _

i else.- Let us, a a nation not be afraid ef standing alone worth $150,000. rind. 'Add sifted:' t hot (45()- were seriously concerned over ,:

s. 'for the rights of men since we were born that way, as the only dry ingredient degree) oven; reduce the ever-increasing influx of per :
-'j nation on earth that came Into being>> for the Glo"of God and theI and era eke r heat to mod. sons crossing illegally from the Soviet -

= advancement of'the Christian falth.tl .*" crumbs alternately erate and continue zone. *

And In answer to an objection by Senator Taft over continuing export with milk. baking 45 to 50 minutes or Until More than 5,000 are estimated to "

controls on ,fats and oils 'Illogical..", Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin Fold 'to coconut" and stiffly beater custard Is set. Cool. have crossed already. :} 3

t' said: egg whites. Bake in two layers IB Measure prunes remove pits and According to reports most of the t =a=
t "There 1s such' a thing as the higher logic of the mind and a moderate (375 degree) oven for cut prunes into small pieces. Combine escapees are young men-between

!( tool. Oar responsibility Is to keep ear own economy healthy and 20 minutes. Let cool then place with sugar syrup spice and 17 and 30 ;years old an of whom -'

at the same time attempt U perform the f1mcUOD'or the Good custard :filing between layers, and salt and heat to boning. Remove declare they came to the U. S. zone a '

l Samaritan In'helping- make ether peoples adequate." > aH. frost with orange icing. from heat add gelatin moistened In to escape forced labor ,in uranium J j
debate fann'::'price supports. Sen Milton Young of North .
In over Filling. Cool. mines of Saxony or compulsory recruitment i
Custard cold water and stir to dissolve.
I Dakota said price of..meat the Argentine without controls was between for the Russian air force. t
$5 and$G per bushel. Arguing for continuing controls Senator }4 cop sugar Whip cream- and fold into prune rH

Young said American farmers would be tickled to sign contract for 1 tablespoon cornstarch mixture. Spread over baked pumpkin Man Falls Beneath Train r

five years at $1.50 .. bushel rather than face the possibility of $3. ,wheat 14 teaspoon saltS pastry. Chill .

this year and probably- 30-cent wheat In a couple of years eg* y'eIb Released by Western N.w*papr Cnlco. Declares He's Not Injured ; f

'* '* LYNN SAYS: Place paper or paper toweling on NEW YORK. Horrified spectators ;
'' and ,watched a,man-tumble from a I'
WRIGHT PATTERSON Help Yourself and Solve table when paring vegetables
and 4
subway; disappeartm-
Your Kitchen Problems fruits breaking eggs and measuring -
: If potatoes don't seem as white as so that you can Just fold It 111) der a train approaching the station. I :.-, -1 'e S
Will Youth The train ,was brought to ::
Aid a halt. f
]Military Training they should be when_you are mash and have a clean working surface Police rushed In with iYO
.. lag them beat a small amount of when finished. ; Jacks _, s
T TNTVERSAL military training temporarily the physical hardening. baking powder Into them. Keep'Hasoned flour In a bag al- and working 'at desperate speed 'rt

.*-' would instnria young men the We may:not ,we hope we do Use a'hot:'blade for slicing fresh ready'for seasoning chops vegetables started raising' the car. Suddenly- a : .

two essentials of the'lo1d1er'a11fedisclp1me not have'to fight a.notherwar.. bread -,a wet blade for 'cutting ,, chicken et cetera. puzzled lace peered out from tinder 1-!

and endurance. bat ,war or no war, military NEW SECRETARY. Kenneth fresh cake. and a very thin sharp Greased muffin cups are Ideal the car and its owner asked: .

These two essentials come from training for an Use young men RoyaH was appointed by President blade for slicing cookie dough. when baking tomatoes apples, "What's an the "excitement ;ii' "

training: 'and 'with that training 'of America will make for' a better Truman as secretary of war Keep the Inside-of your coffee pot green peppers and stuffed onions What's1, going on here !. '. :,
comes a physical hardening,that and more successful cltlzen- to succeed Robert Patterson, whe clean by.boiling 'a -solution of soda These cups may be set
adds stamina. Universal''mffitary tnlB."'It wffl give to that'large resigned after seven yean In &hewar and water In it at least once a week. pan or cookie,sheet to make them'eU1 43, he was' taken to a'hospital for '
.our' percentage Cut needed training department. CoyaO ondersecrctary stains. In oven.' observation despite his protests l '..
training would give to young was to move -
This removes "
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have Deli had. of ----- ;; !
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1 ments. it wants delivery of goodsto ness, hard of hearing defective wo ld' issue, following enactmentof would not be;considered

i ri( J@kcc qobee efU5 the home, the charge account Amputations Are vision, hernias, and many other special laws! in the recent legis document"and-'thus elisji fqt

ti -- privilege, a very liberal policy in types of relatively permanent na- lature. More state licenses alreadyare tribution lo the nniver

', ,:'- Oke Published chobe every News Co.Friday. at Okeechobee by the, exchanges, etc.. and it is willingtto 17,000 During ture. Clark stated that this serviceIs outstanding in each city than Florida. ,. B et

i pay the added costs that these available.to all civilian adults the number authorized to be issued -

: :FloridBRYAIti"T and other services entail. World War II who have a vocational handicap by the city.
'i .. Editor A school for
I Under the free competitive sys- because of the existence or previous The attorney general declared

: ; f : /;. tem-which Is the American sys- existence of some physical or that the matter of municipal licenses and operated by the Dade

'; I 1 ;.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES tem-there is a store to meet every "During the war years approxi- mental disability. is strictly between the city vocational school Is exetl

'. One Year in advance ....... .$3.00 demand. Every kind and character -
: mately 17,000 amputations occurred This office headed by Clark, is and the liquor store operator's, and payment of the license '
: t i i Six Months in advance ....... 1-50 of consumer commodity is fee
1 : Three Months in advance .. ...- 1.00 among United States Service a branch of the State Departmentof has no bearing on whether state private schools by the
and list of brands .
;" 't stocked men. In the same period ,there Education and was set in operation and county licenses may be renew-
Is offered. If one store can't meet 20 with the Board of llassage, according
i were approximately 120.000 am- years ago ed or transfered.
i : : Entered as second class matter July
buyer's standards, another avowed of being of material General J.
some purpose torney Tom Wat
If putations the civilian
R 1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okeei among popu- Other local laws of the last leg-
i i '. store down the street will. And assistance to citizens of Florida Such a school {j
lation. as
i !; ehobee., Florida, under Act of March This statement was made islature relating to liquor licensesare ieY,
{ every merchant who keeps up with who-have vocational handicaps County board plans would
8 18n.i
t ; ,. i today by Charles H. Clark, District be followed until a court of
i the times will get his share of the i Supervisor of the State Vocational because of the existence of some jurisdiction orders oth- property of the state, hei&;
1 i business. American retailing Is type of physical disability. Such competent such would be
RAILROAD I Rehabilitation Service In calling as etemDt'_
: j THIS FASCINATING erwise, said the attorney generaL .
wishesof ,
geared to serve the varying attention to the fact that there services as medical diagnosis, massage boards license fee
; : .. BUSINESS" Americans who His office, he said, has made a rule ;
140,000,000 training and available -
the placement are
fis Rehabilitation for
Tb dramatic torr of America'srailroad a program that it will not pass on the constitutionality -
patronizze it.Reassuring. civilians. to eligible persons without Boards of f".'
Clark stated further "Al-
i fa tbld In "This Fascinating of a law, that being for county c
Robert though this service Is little known cost tto those disabled persons. Ad- are not authorized to porn
Business. by decide.A .
Railroad to
k: j Is the Rehabilitation the courts
I Selph Henry, a Bobbs-Merrlll pub- for all among the general population it is dittion&l Services sale of acoholie beverages oa

....> lication. The book was first issued forecast of a "far better than average in a position to be of help to hundreds are available when the need for day so long &s the Saadiyfi
"t. book prepared for school use,
for next such services exist and when the
season" for the state
The new edition of persons with physical or prohibiting business, or.tnflf
"i some years ago.
President John C. Clarkof person disabled is not in financial no matter how excellent, Is not
which winter by mental disabilities. that day remain in efecti.wt
Is a complete revision, carl -
j' r necessarily a public document, and
; '-- ..Ties the chronicle of the Iron horse Hialeah Race Course. Clark's During the past year approxi position to provide those services General J. Tom Watson } !
therefore, not to be distributed at
Florida's chief for himself or herself.
track is one of mately 500 served in formed Beverage
persons were Director
; through the last war and up to the Jam e,
I the taxpayer's Attorney
tQurist attractions and the big the Miami District, which includes Clark issued today an invitationto expense Vacelle.
present. General J. Tom Watson has advised
I wheel in the racing Industry 11 counties. These persons had all those disabled to contact his Vocelle had asked if, under
J. Mr. Henry's book is written for State School Superintendent Colin
which this year contributed $14- many types of disabilities, including office by mail or by phone. The Sunday laws, county co
the In swift and readable
f layman, English.
500,000 in revenue to the state. orthopedic Impairments, deaf Miami office is located at 1410 N. era could authorize alcoholic*
J And the story It tells Is one
prose. "Attendance at Hialeah next E. 2nd Avenue and the phone num- superintendent had asked if age sales on Sunday, Inj
t in which all Americans can find
winter should compare with our ber is 9-0671. a book entitled "Florida: Wealthor outside municipal
County CommissionersContinued .
for The .railroads
reason pride.
.f although mutuel betting "We Waste, which he said was
the dominant single factor In best: years shall be pleased to have torney general replied

T j .the were opening of the West and building may decline somewhat if it follows ( from Page 1) applications from all disabled and designed for use as a junior high Sunday lawn still prevail/

the pattern of other race school textbook, would be considered der the beverage laws *
vocationally handicapped such
-i the American nation. And, once .___._ persons
I said he Deeds 16.80 a state or public document.
meetings Clark as prepared In this authorized
W the pioneering Job was done. It was area; Clark stated. "We are only to
the annual meeting this Independent Nail & Pack- Such decouments, defined by the
; it the railroads which made possible for shall investigate each application hours of sale, not the da;
.1} month of the executive committeeof Ing Co Nails 29.37 to determine whether attorney general as reports of state
: I the fast, economical transportation application -
; and Sherman Concrete Pipe and other
Florida's largest, oldest departments publications
:s of the products of farm and factory can served by this agency. FOR RENTUnfurnished
finest thorQughbred, plant. Co. Culverts-Dists. of the state are distributedto

>, I tto every corner of the United "The Florida season," he continued 1, 3, 5, 4 435.90J. the state universities and to ments. Lights and waier|

; States. Steel manufactured in "will be a good one," far bet- W. Ellerbee, Labor Digest Of Recent the University of Miami, University |5.00 per week.RAULERSOX J
; I Pittsburgh is used next week in South
ter than average." Dist. 2 16.50 of Tampa, and Stetson University. -
\ i Florida-and apples from the Pacific bee.
Standard Oil Co. Fuel- .
J Hialeah Is looking forward "to Opinions The
Northwest are sold in the
Dist. 3 ---- 32.64C. Athough a textbook might be a
I markets of Maine. So it goes its best racing !season as to qualityand WAXTED Laundry wort ,
E. Smith, Lumber, welcome addition to any library as
throughout the entire complex: eco- standard of racing": during the Attorney General lug and ironing. Se, Mr
I I Dist 1 -_______ 16.80 a book of general information, the
nomy of the nation-with trans- 21st meeting-January 16 through Lanier, East Okeeehobee
Mixon & Ellis Garage attorney general concluded that it
2-he said.
portatiton rail
by supporting the
I Parts & Fuel _-__ 51.36
k system upon which American pros- "The demand for stall space A limitation by a city upon the
Payroll Dist. 5, Labor 126.95
perity jests. from leading stables is greater than number of liquor licenses it will ,
Payroll Dist. 3 & 4, Labor 147.05 I ,I
In the great tragedy that is ever before and we are badly In grant does not operate to restrain
Payroll Dist. 1, Labor 266.00 the renewal Just Received A Car 1
war, the role'of the railroads is of need of additional stables if we Withholding Tax Fund, or transfer of exist- ,
5 the highest significance. Troops are to accomodate the* many who ing state and county licenses, Attorney -
,0 Taxes JVithheld ___ .00
t trained In with ," stated the General J. Tom Watson has CEMENT
California embark from want to (race us :i
,; Payroll Dist. 2, Labor 132.50 advised State ; ,
4 New York-and the railroads take Hialeah president. Knights Serv. Sta. Fuel Beverage Director I -

? them there. Munitions! : produced In The famous Maine Chance Stable Dist. 2, 3, 4 _-__ 43.21S. James T. Voc'elle, in one of a series I

u.!j i : Connecticut are. loaded In San is planning .to race at Hialeah C. Paige, Fuel, Dkt. 3, 4 10.32 of opinions.The !'i CEMENTeBL10CKSPLANi'II

-+ ; Francisco. for transportation to the this winter intead of In California, Standard Oil Ser. Sta. beverage director cited Co- _

Pacific-and, again, the railroads coa and Coral Gables as having t
earlier Clark.
J. itt was revealed by Fuel-Dist. 1 ___ 6.65 II I
are the connecting link. Other Calumet, Greentree, Circle M; Sunshine Scharfschwerdt Bros. certain restrictions on the num- WAREHOUSE

f t- types of transportation also per Samuel D. Riddle, Belair Supplies Dist 2, 3, 4 23.00 ber of liquor licenses eachAsTHEATTKKME5OYERARIDGETOP I

3 form vital jobs-but, in scope and Stud, Wheatley, Brookmeade, Mrs. M. :Matchett, Labor Dist 3 11.00

.:; { volume of service, the railroads are Ethel 0. Jacobs and Fred W, Hooper Boree Lumber Co. Lumber i
incomparable. ,
tire national racing
f are among Dist.- -- 107.52
-- -
r! The ,history of the railroads, l leaders plann g- to return .to-Hia* Bid Davis, Rt. of-way' 6ExpenseSt. J .

therefore, Is largely the history of leah. Rd. No. 59 25.00 s

Y I this nation. That was true in the Although major reconstructionI Sherman Con. Pipe Co.

!;i.. i t past. It will be true in the future. I Impossible under present restrict Culverts, Dist 2 --.::..._ 241.18 ONE AND TWO WAY IRRIGATION PUMPS

t tions, Hialeah plans minor Improvements AGRICULTURAL, FUNDC. ;

i WHAT THE CONSUMER WANTS of the plant and exten- R. Boyles, Co. Agent
I' ,
t At various times polls have,been sive beautification of the grounds Salary & Exp. 150.00 "

made of consumer needs, desires which are already internationally Atlantic Serv. Sta. Tire CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS
r t eccentricities. And the answers recognized and attract large crowdsof & Tube -'.._._.____ 38.90

I show why there is plenty of room sightseers the year round. VETERANS SERVICE FUNDC. FLOORS WALKS DRIVES ETC.
for all kinds ,
of ,
i stores, from independents For the 40 days of racing at Hialeah L. Box Sal. Service

; l'gantlc, to chains, and from gi last winter. a total of J4.329- Officer ----. --. 110.00 CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGS

department stores to little 810 was collected In parl-mutuel RACE TRACK FUND

specialty shops. taxes for the state in comparisonto General Fund Transfer 10,000.00

i One segment of the consuming $2,628,754 at Florida's second General Fund, Transfer 5,000.00 Mixed and Poured on Job Site JD. :
public i is
I primarily interested in track, and 52,278,252 at the third. The Board agreed to adopt the :
price. It
compares the prices of "List of Errors Insolvencies! and '"
I competing retailers Capt. Eddie Rlckenbacker ;>:-.
and always president Double Assessments, submitted by -

r .*' the goes money.where the most is offered for of Eastern Air Lines, in an Mrs. Bessie Alderman, Tax Collector : H. WALKER

interviewwith a representative Okeech bee County, Florida and

*certain v Another segment is interested in from the Miami Herald, predictedthat approved and was allowed by the P. O. BOX 1145 .

:' trade-marked- brands, and Brard of County Commissioners.There FORT PIERCE FLA. I
f-. buys only in stores which within 10 years jet-propelled :
fr carry being no further business,
i those it favors. transport planes will be flying from PHONE 211
f : Board adjourned.C. .
y a Still another segment places.service coast to coast in from 4 1-2 to 5 E. Drawdy, Chairman.
f high on the list of Its requtre- hours. 4
Raulerson Sheffield, Clerk.
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:,I -.s. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWSj:1 ;: .
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t ,. ,? ',lajm H |IVt .**qfWt Rural Mail Carrier George Harden on the average, than

1I I & I and Mrs. Harden left Monday for ed tor re Iacements,

: +'Social I Tampa where Mr. Harden Is at- Tin H. S lurloek of

Personalj! tending the meeting of the National ricultural Experiment

Rural Letter Carriers that is in dairymen attending f
! ... ..IlL' ... .... _1Lr ..... ... session there
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- this week. annual dairy field

.":!' Mrs. Don Lorenz. ,with daughter Miss Betty Jean Dunn of Fort s versity of Florida.Mr. '
and Mrs. Dan McCarthy t
-"__ Linda and Mrs. J. B. Ott of Tampa Pierce spent several days with Spurlock
.. : were visitors spending last Thurs- BATTERY
., arrived from a trip to Bluefield, Miss Mary Alberta Louthan last research also> showed
day in West Palm Beach.
,,: West Virginia, accompanied by week. ful selection of

: Mrs. Hassle Thompson of Montgomery join Mrs. Zelmenovltz who has dairymen- can CHARGING

: Ala. for a short visit wtlh Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MInehan of ren. Phone James Keene at The which produce more

Mr*. Ott'g parents Mr. and Mrs. L. MeRae, Ga.. were visitors spending News Office. herds in which all Gone are the days "whoa a low S

P. Mercer. Tuesday In Okeechobee with his purchased. Losses batter canted troublesome
delay Now bat\try can berecharged
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. and udder ttroubles qUicUra jour Idy... .
Mrs. Lorenz and daughter. Linda R. MInehan and family. Herd ReplacementsAre home-raised inexpensively WITHOUT BEL"'i C
and Thompson left Sundayfor CoantyCommissioner and Mrs. proved lower than

Montgomery, Ala. where Mr. Marvin Mobley and children returned Major Subject purchased la time for your oar fast battery battery I* low charging drive

Loren will visit with her sitter to their home here last Friday said. service.la most cases,youll soon

Mrs. Thompson before returning to after speeding two weeks visions At C. W. Reaves, be on your way with a battery
Dairy MeetingWhen
I her home. Mrs. Ott will remain for l relatives and friends In Ala specialist told of one you can count on.
I Indefinite visit with her Itfttlsr battery Uip* .\, parenta bama. I '
. I effected a marked eedieM sapaI M VI skik |Wregnleriyi n
here before returning to her home.
cows are raised on the duction by building .
a Mrs. J. A. McNeill I* spendingthis
II dairy farm they produce eatlafac- a period of several
:. .... John Coker and Virgil Bruce of week visiting friends at :
toriy over a longer period of years, 1 basis of production
r Wauchula accompanied by Miss Brooksville. i

Odette Langford of Arcadia were
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassell Jr. it
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs.: L. P. Mercer of this city last have returned to their home in M\ KE1J ,

t Saturday. Seattle, Washington, after spending -

. ,- last week here visiting his nith ?//a (/
. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Folsom and parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cas- -

r daughters Miss Sue Folsom and sell, Sr.
, Mrs. Jeanette Pope and children Looking for a company luncheon,menu that will "
O. L. Raulerson was a visitor proud" and still not you in"on a sweltering day
, Eddie and Judy of ,Hartford, Alabama -
colorful cheese-tomato aspic on crisp greens..dainty
In Arcadia at-
. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank spending wiches..luscious cake with chocolate-marshmallow mowing pastures to keep them
vegetative -
tending to business.Mr. ...and iced
coffee a la mode. Sounds
Wilson of Ocoee spent last weekend yummy
Best of all, there's practically no cooking involved as and nutritious as long as
I In Okeechobee with Mr and see by. the redoes below. I
and Mrs. Ralph Bond left
Mrs. Vernon Reeves. possible; and Dr. D*. A. Sanders
yesterday to return to their homeat AH-INSPIRINO ASPIC I
DESSERT Station vegetarian who discussed
Bartow after spending the first Just what the doctor ordered to I
Mr. and Mrs. Tolly Bass of Fort of the week in Okeechobee with make six folks say "Ah I". to- To marshmallow top off a perfect sauce mastitis detection and treatment.
last Sunday ,in Okee mato-cheese aspic made like this
: Pierce
spent :
milk and
Mr. and 1rs. J. F. Bond and Mr. pour over
chobee visiting friends. Soften 1 tbsp. plain gelatin in U fresh JANE
i ;; and Mrs. D. J. Hunt. cup cold water and dissolve in 2 CAKE from the &
. cups hot tomato juice. Chill till :
. sweetened chocolate
Burt Clements of Stuart apent J. E. Cone manager of the slightly thickened butter over hot water. PROFESSIO'NAL
last week-end In Okeechobee with i\"d'1 'IlIIdlrll! ; add 1 tbsp. ly and pour over
Burney-Kelz Furniture Companyhere
minced onion 1
io, ; Mr." and Mrs._Wilson Selph. and H. S. Olney, were visit tbsp. minced, corral I

ors spending Wednesday in Miami. green =
Jack Elledge left Monday to go tsp. For iced coffee Y ,
shire sauce U brew your favorite
to Gainesville where he will meet
:: SOLICKMcCARTHYMiss tsp. salt and 1 cup grated MEIr COFFEE (Eight .
his- l wife Ruth. Mary Solick of Pahokee O-BIT AMERICAN CHEESE-.:. Circle,or Bokar)
that grand tangy cheese you get pour hot over 16
J. T. Hancock spent last week- became the bride of D. B. McCarthy at the A&P. Pour into greased mallows;stir till .
quart ring mold. Chill till firm. cup chilled evap- I
visiting with his BURGESSSupply
end in
of Okeechobee at a single ring orated milk and .
family here. Mrs. Hancock returnedto SMOOTH SANDWICH SPREAD fold into mixture.
ceremony held in St. Mary's Catholic -
Miami with him and from there To dress up peanut butter for Freeze in ice cube
Church in Pahokee Saturday party sandwiches, mix it with tray.When partly
she will fly to Baltimore where Aug. 2, at 8 a. m., with Father marmalade, grated raw carrot or frozen, stir well Co.
she will undergo treatment In the Peter Reilly, pastor officiating. chopped dried fruit.And to be sure and continue
your spread is smooth and rich freezing. Just before
Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Mrs. N. Gavan of West Palm A&P's ANN PAGE PEANUT A&P
use COFFEE put FEEDBRfliyilYBABY[ y
Beach sister of the bride was BUTTER. It's made of carefully this Ice cream in
Miss Ann Eden Platt and sister matron of honor and Daniel B. McCarthy roasted high-grade peanuts. I I you'll scoop up : I
Venetia Platt visited last CHICKSTues.
Miss I
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Jr., was his father's best
week with their grandmother Mrs

t ..,S. D.;Platt- man.Mrs.. McCarthy, came to Pahokee and Fri.

four and a half years ago to the
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berger
faculty of the Pahokee High Schoolas
and Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Maupal re-
Instructor of science.Mr. .
t--. ---turned'home- aiurday'after spending '
and Mrs. McCarthy will re- FOR t
two weeks vacation at Miami
turn iron their wedding trip on U S Tires
'Beach.i .
'. :August 15 to make their home In Pnroil Products
.: dkeechobee where he is engaged in a
Miss McDermott, former Ford Parts
( EC. teacher In Okeechobee, spent( a gas supply business.-Everglades Service
,,last_week-end visiting friends here. SEC I
t Douglas Parker- of Delray Beach- OKEECHOBEEMOTOR

I visited McKinster Roe In Okeecho That we are now CO. i

I bee for several days this week. He BALES SERVICE f i

attends the Randolph Macon Military A POBOX 471 PHONE 44 1t
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Royal Virginia Okeechobee
Academy In at. .Gs ing as j
t i S where McKinster .
f tended school during the pastE ,

E; ,school year. gents for the Burney Kelz

j t Mr. and Mrs.---:Dave-- Coker of Formerly


;3f l -and Okeechobee Mrs. Gordon, accompanied Leggett of by West ARCADIA STEAM LAUNDRY Denmark's /

Palm Beach left last week. to go
t several days vacation. I Complete Home Outfitters
to New York I
} I truck
I And their ,
Phone 115 J. X. Cone, MIT.

f -The j... B. Meserves spent last

{ 'chobee.weekend at their-home In Okee pick-up and .

Edward Alderman eon of Mr. laundry at our '
of this .
and_Mrs. J. T, Alderman formerly East SidePackage
city and Miss Lucille Johnson i

of Okeechobee were marriedin of business Store :

"Folkston Georgia, Sunday. Au-

gust 3. They spent a week's honeymoon CARpIft I

": in Georgia traveling through both TUESDAY AND FRIDAY OF [EACH Liquors Wines Cordial ; .

Atlanta. They
Athens and gild
graduated from Okeechobee High EAST OKEECHOBEE t t
Truck drivers '
School. Mrs. Alderman are STATE ROAD NO. 8 ,

college at FSU in Tallahassee the zefIve!)' 11 PHONE 103.1 :

past school year They returned to I ia
evening' and all clothes are it. -;
Okeechobee last Saturday H.rV. a real time savr. :
and will make their home here. carnasds ; i
) Wh.n v r your
now residing, at the Me- O. K. GARAGE .
s _They are a lubrication, an -
Mullen apartments- oil, chan0! ,tires or "battery DODGE A: PLYMOUTH j:

Billy Phillips' spent last weekend service glvtt us a call. Sales ft Service d --J..::

Okeechobee visiting his, come over for your ; ,ot '
in Phone 95 2' "" *Wredr Servfe i :{,

mother Mrs. Bill Royester.On car .. do the |lob and Day Ph. 93 Night Ph. 92 e-Is _- -:
-'It back to yovl bring :
Danlop Tires a Tubes'
Tuesday, August 7, Tex King Okeeehobee. Flori
Scholfield of Calitor I Gen Electric AppUsaces i "-lJ t
and Stoves, Refrigerators, Water : )ey ?
nla who is visiting Tex were honored Healers '

at the home of "We' I ler
with a party Service The* :AlP !

Miss Ada Jane Cason. Refreshments r oft

of .weiner potato salad, t

enjoyed lime ade_by and all.cake Those' were present served were and I -- IN BUYING If- ALE.iisbii.SONS I ;b -

Misses Beverly Mack, Ernestine PAUL ROBBINS OR INVESTING IN : -;two
Hunt, Ruth Fulford Nancy Boet-; I That Good 6af Gut ; h-
'Louthan, Susan Distributor of SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. '
:tger, Mary,Alberta FLASH ant CCLF FEIBS OIL ;e.
Stewart. Sue PREPARED BY .
Hancock: ; Dorothy PETROLEUM AN ABSTRACT -
Trumble and ATLANTIC
Folsom, Alma Joyce '
Bill Hendry. 118Okeeehobee., Fls. Okeec "lhtrt '
C Phone
Charles Cornelius.; Spec Garlington | HOTEL ; 4Is
and't.a1Uens Reeves
Frank J. 'BAuEItMutager'' The Heart OTTewa '
Bud,. Burgstetner and the :host ... L.- :,-: WeeUr w &atf"c _
Caws and _
esses" Miss 'Ada'Jan' .
The News
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''" covert calculation "Wen., thereof SEWiNG CIRCLE PATTERNS Is Overworked Letter ';)

; ; advertising-office rent telephonesand
c FICTION help-livings for George and In Numerous Languages -I

CORNER me-an only until the golden flood button / "-S'

begins to roD in. Say; oh say. five tranter for the letter E is used far .,1.
1KEEPERS FINDER thousand dollars. That should be other in
frequently than any ,
sufficient to launch the business." : words it is employed ':;;i'::
By I! The elderly gentleman drew a -f Ql/6 pece more often in several other !. :

; I checkbook from his pocket and unlimbered says Collier's. For ex ,!}"-
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his fountain pen. The 5f in every'1,000 words this :"

The chauffeur ''pulled the long ] "All you have to do Is give us the beady eyes glistened. The elderly occurs 591 times in English {;

black car over to the side of the names of the people whose anniver- gentleman turned to the back of a times in Spanish 850 times in -f-:, .

dusty road and ,the .elderly gentleman I saries you want to remember; with check and began to figure. The slim and 988 times in Ger, "
in the tonneau leaned forwardto the dates if you have them other-
exhaled his
one sharply opened
open the door for the two hitch wise we will look them up for you. cca '\-
mouth to speak but thought betterof Y
hikers. The slim nervous one with "Give us too the names of people ta man.Stjoseph
the beady black eyes sat on one whose promotions marriages, it .
side of the elderly gentleman; the births, deaths and so on you wantto In a few moments the elderly gentleman

large sleepy one on the other. mark with a gift or note; and stopped figuring and looked
The elderly gentleman's hands our clipping service will watch' the out the car window stroking his SPI r _

, were folded benignly in his lap. His papers and other sources of information goatee reflectively. He shook his 1a3 t

friendly, rather: vague eyes peered ., When .an item,pops up nn head slowly. ?A1 fOR
; at first one.. then the other. He the calendar we keep in your name r 4 ECZEMA
"No. he said. "I believe
broke 'the silence. "My name is we notify you-and'for a small ad- your ? SC/UING
calculations to be in error. You 'c' 524a5
Vandermoor. gentlemen. ,And ditional fee we win evenwrite an soothing com
s !!
( you?" appropriate note; or 'purchase and will need at least ten thousand dollars ,.o er GRAY'S OINTMENT with)

-'t \ : The slim nervous one sat up forward a gift. Now tell me: Does to get your proposition under r"1r wholesome antiseptics and na

t sharply. "Any relation to the Van- that fill a long-felt need?" way." aiding it-nothing medication.so comforting Nothing else

2 f dermoor bank family?'\ The elderly'gentleman's eyes were The blood slowly flowed back into &ta .o S 'I Ip for externally caused skia

"Yes." said the elderly gentles bright with interest. "Amazing the slim one's cheeks. Mr. Vander- 35c Get a package today.

s f : .... drn1dn.... his trrav twatee.. "I f s.
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t have that honor, if wS

t call it one".
i you O 4 SUFFERERS!
Thisrben.," said the t p
a. } slim one, "this is F"" 1,
e '
r Week your lucky day. t' 0't 74%

i i Ain't it. George. S o,? 43 clinical test by recognized
Best t The big one took .e'G'.4l ft.Y. research organization

Fiction his hungry gaze pat.ienta .ere n.ferinc! -from bmtWI& iJu.
All '' & Ieta
it.'E' nights. --
\ from the passing on:erD n-wgc.Thee bbI.
trees long v '. d stimulated kidney.(as do ueveatio..idiritate -
orange :
V i'Kaa pills) and dv. r n d.oottd bi.dde
enough to grunt agreement, and Trimmed .(0511 Foley Pills&1aoaoothe)The r.uil4
} turned back the girls ra freed of burning MOS.-
to contemplating
et} .tea. 1 / LITTLE ;'o get up at night one-Uurd M
luscious fruit. W i' Sa % two-piece time*-To gn*yeuneif .Itxnflut*
GhC benefit* from this new formal get Foiejr
The slim one fixed the elderly gen'i' such grown-up 1 I new kidney-bUdder)'Pits from say droc-
tleman with< a gimlet eye. and S fling trims the !: .Unless you find them far BACli.t.t7' j
hooked a taut finger confidently in sleeves and .E YOOa MONEY :

his lapeL peplum. Try a I

"Have you ever neglected the 1660 fabric and gay
birthday of a loved one. and spent *
1 sleepless nights of regret. he 34-48 Pattern No. 8042 GRADUATES!

probed intensely. "Have you ever C 39-inch 6 and ;8 l\'i years.yards

slipped up on remembering an anniversary -
and gone'to the doghouseas SEWING CIRCLE NURSING

a result-or failed, to congratulate 530 South Wens

a friend on a promotion and : Matronly Frock pattern Enclose desired.25 IS A PROUD.PROFESIONI. '

gotten the fishy eye the next time easy to wear Pattern No
you met? Have you?" BEAUTIFULLY Smany
; a joy to care for is Name
"Well yes apologized the elderly -
the flattering button front frock.
gentleman. "I have I trifle
am a Address
forgetful at tunes" adding defensively "'Okay' he said 1 bit* Then be kissed the check regretfully and This one, created for the matron
I has opportunities for graduate ia
tore it a soft face-framing sweet-
'fbut then most people are. op. heart fine hospital, public health,eta
neckline nicely shaped
"Ah" pressed the slim one. giving young man! Exactly what I need. moor turned his checkbook over and sleeves and a perky bow tie. Holes in 'leads to.L N.
the lapel an impressive shake a well-prepared mane need never b
Put me down as your first subscriber poised his pen. a a A Delicate
'my point exactly. Most people are. without s Job or an meows
"I '" Pattern No. 1660 comes In sizes 34 36,
I am a man quick decisions,
like you forgetful and they suffer 38. 40. 42. 44. 46 and 48. Size 36. 41. open to girls under 35 Lign2iOoI
.i for it. They suffer because they "You see! said the slim one. he told the slim one. "I am con- yards of 35 or 39-inch. Who makes radoates and college girls,
"You snapped at it So will others. vinced of the worth of your idea, -
know the slight omission -ask for information
or was not aroni? No one ,, more :-
Which brings us to the heart of the and of your ability to it : .
I intended and realize too. that the carry M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1 machine. The at the hospital where ,.e.
neglected one is certain to wrongly matter doesn't it, George?" George through. Your name?" The' slim J forced would like to eater aarsfaiarii .
I through
interpret it Maybe a long friendship turned from the oranges long one supplied it, and the elderly gentleman 1 ? ing numerous

.1 will be strained or a wife or enough to grunt a second agreement wrote out the check toreIt ? have central .
daughter hurt. and turned back to his con- from the book and handed it to ? ANOTHER J a -5
like needle
"But, suppose you were to suddenly templation. An orange would go him. I A General! Quiz J tor. a This needle ; //j'aflt? S
very very good just now. The slim
find yourself in a position where "And now. I see we are almost AM1M1AM1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1 dough into a, ,
\ those slights and omissions never one grasped the elderly gentleman'slapel home. If you young men will come \ HIIII ttm in run ir

; happened any morel Wouldn't you again. in with me. we can draw up some The Questions Then this tube RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO I
with the hole
f be "Mr. Vandermoor. I called this informal
delighted-especially if it meant papers to cover the matter
no effort on your part, no" strain your lucky day. It is. You. beinga and then I will have my driver 1. What is the lowest bill in cir- dling still in

no time; in fact nothing beyondthe Vandermoor. have money which take you on to the city to start your culation in China and what is it : '1.Lk_

payment of a, very small fee?" you are probably willing to trebleon company." worth in U. S. currency?

The elderly gentleman nodded. "I a proposition that can't miss The car swung from the highway 2. How did the ancient Romans FASTER -SMDOTIR!

Imagine most people would be as George and I have such a proposition and stopped smoothly. A uniformed applaud

delighted as x."- but no money. Now why can't attendant hobbled from the gate 3. How many passenger trainsin TWIHHWJ--HD I If Iter
we get together on this thing?" the U. S. have been named for
"My point, again! cried the slim house to unlock the ponderous iron nut stets Blatfn,
one. "Now. George and I are at Hmm." remarked the elderly grilles which effectively barred the women? Urge BotUeiz MB--"mSmall Site vOc
this moment on our way to Los gentleman. "How much capital do driveway. 4. When were the corner. mail ati a BLADJES CIITSII: : ISt lit IS IIKCTEI
;' boxes first used? a ui tit) ins STIllS tr IT JUK ii iitttf it pfcutitii
Angeles to initiate estimate venture will
just you your
a serve re Suddenly the slim. one bent for- \SINGLE OK DOUEU EDGE C mt ..
ti I.
't ice. : We plan to call ,it The TellYou.Wben quire! ward. His eyes rested on a small 5. How many depressions)have Jicimmtt 1,TUIIII

.},'. Co.. Inc, The slim one inspected him with bronze plate set in the stone pillar. there been in the U. S. in the past -- -- -- -- --. -' --

:.: "Sunnyside Home for the Mentally 100 years?
S Diseased' he read slowly chokingas 6. Where does the water go BUBBLE CHAMPS CHEW

j the words sunk in. He turned when. the tide goes .out? m
.s sus.i __ .sr

; hopeless toward George glance flicking in his direction.a rather The Answer -and parents approve this laboratory-pure,re,

I CROSSWORD PUZZLE -I George turned away sadly-to again 1. A $500 bill. It is worth 4 foil-wrapped, quality bubble gum! s
appraise the oranges..The slim one'seyes ,1iJoeeppBurns
dropped to the flourishing signature cents in our currency. prize-winner in recent con
2. test,says: "We bubble
By champ BUB
their pick
snapping fingers A'
on the check he .
still held in because
s ; it makes bigger, better bubbles '* w
,x I horizontal_ ..I.U.. ..Nest I..... his hands. "Napoleon Vandermoor," waving the flaps of their togas and His mother, Mrs. Margaret Burns, adds! :
t.. 1 1 Z he quoted. clapping their hands. i tBUB always looks so sanitary in its silver j
1 Persia' 9 t0 Ll' 3. Two-the Ann Rutledge and JB.thoroughlyaPprovedJoeeph -
i ; 5 Goddess of His lips tightened murderously fora the Pocahontas. .S wing
! i the rainbow 12 ---r moment, then he grinned sheep 4' nun meets all Pure Food !
#S: 9 Slang: vigor 14 ishly. 4. In 1560 in Paris. ,+ 1+S most It'amadeentiretyintheU.S.Aandertlu 1"better
: 12 State of 5. Twenty-six. sanitary conditions 1
i' evllI 1>; "Okay, Napoleon he said. "I bit 6. While d If your dealer does not have BUD Bubble :;
14 the tide
to the other -
goes Gum
It Per oil Your name ain't Vandermoor but send us his name and address along
of side bf the the with
ocean water you your name and, address '
; i { time just to even it up, George and me and 304 and -
: : lt! 19 w It t ain't starting actually bathe in only goes a few : we will mail you 5 packages of delicious
15 any TeU-You-When BUB
Aspect Bubble
f miles out to sea and then Gum. This offer good until
comes '
16 Streamer Service either! Because somebody Aug.31. 1947 only
q 18 Submerged 11 3 2{, 74. 26 lj else beat us to it"a year ago see back again.

i, 20: To low' and all we wanted your dough for -

21 What ;9 llr 32. 3j 34: was to skip the country before the -
22 Symbol for Washington D. C.-June 23. 1947 Gbampioai like
; '< iridium dicks caught up to us." He kissed -Bubble Gum is not to blame fort Joseph Burn*My;) -

S t 24 Tune 35 36 37. 38 34 the check regretfully then tore i junior's upset stomachs or any of ftr tit Ytihw -
j into little t***a tkt Big
; 26 To obstruct pieces and tossed them his other pains except maybe aching M+t Ltmt
; 28 To steal from 40 in the air watching them flutter .t
t 41 42; 43 44 down. Jaws, the Food and Drug Ad- #

4 ., 30 32 To Unsubstantial throw ministration said today. (Adv.)
: i 35 On thesumrnit 4S 46 4 "Come on. George." he said "or
t oft anges for breakfast."

31 Row w 1 Si 33, 'The elderly gentleman watched
Y. l 39 Teamster"s them trudge down the road and

.' ; command S6 Si' stroked his goatee contemplatively C@f1l.en1.bero.
q- : f 40 Group of S9 the brands-
1 as the car rolled up the drive. It different you smoked :

.";:' .', i- POlynesian 6) 61 stopped in front of a brick building during the wartime ,
':" f 42 To islands trudge 64 with barred windows and he stood r :' cigarette shortage? That's.

'-"j I Note of scale beside the car for a moment. when so many people discovered
:i { ". C Post "Harvey he !experience
for said to the waiting -that
securingS'S. driver "wait here for me. IH be : suit them best. Yes, experience is i __
:> hawsers only a moment. the best teacher. -
4'1 Composition No.2S .,__ That's why... I I
The chauffeur touched ;
In verse his cap re

;': 49 Colloquial: 10 Sea eagle 46 Clan 52 Heating spectfully."Yes. '

i. father 11 Footway 48 Trenches apparatus Doctor Vandermoor." h*

= 'tali 53 51 1'0remain Learning 13 Columbus Birthplace of castles around 34 To sheltered the aide said. cT:: re people

suspended 17 Builder of,the 55 Examination
49 City In
ark 51 Insane Early Day PaintingIn
r 58 Privilege 19 To unite Italy 58 Affirmative
s 60 59 Ocean Story 22 Cleopatra'maid 50 So be It 62 Earth&Qddess were kept days in the when family paint.recipes cook book ic ; am Jm)1d

our colonial _
ancestors knew about
81 Denies
1 :3 LIst Auwu'le haal. N..u It 4 _
Q Conjunction 25 Firm grasp making paint out of skimmed milk; t6 Y.Qy

64 Contract 2'l Drinking cup S C R I P s R o o T which is basically; the same idea 'as

65 To 'appoint. :9 Meta sheel s o I R E A A x R E A the modern casein paint of today r :
= mJed with AURA PR I ZE RO which has a mn base. Colonial g
explosives dames g a3 Y4xJ
vertical skimmed
MA ? s P IRE A A miD;; -
:- 31 To bark with salt
Ot tREa SEES rice coffee and egg-
1 Mischievous .bril17 e
,..., 'child S3 Color A L A A R E 0 white when they wanted batch of :
'' paint
r '
2 High school. 34 Conste11atlon P u w 2 S P I It houses. And 'freshening up 'their ever6ei r rHere
,,' eheer' 36 French 3 H U C E A R o A a painted house was a

: ,3 er, i 1OrZ'OW'soldIer' T u n R 3 II A R R E matter cf social prestige. It was ,,
; Dart 38 Shelter 0 R E P 0 R T S considered presumptuous for a
S- ...... 5 Prepoait1oD, to Having no o D A x o tradesman to paint his dwelling.

I To tear '... tonal quaUt7, P A T R I Gradually though as the idea cf r f :
-:.: .Space equality penetrated the: butcher .
Encresiaa E R 0 S E D IN IS
r '7 >dCal ,by' and the baker and the ::
"- mouths candlestick .. ,,,..
4 .-, ";eouncBf' .of ..rtHs.n maker decided they had as much '- -
te chet'
,.. .right to
: ; t'0'4'.t paint their houses as the ,:
t doctor lawyer and ship 01tUU.7 '!r,- -"

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Q ,Cool Nerves .
Durable Crocheted }

oldest inhabitant of an .
L:4:: 11 THE town was telling a Rug in Many Sizes

croup of dudes about his experi
i -
"One time" he said. 1 was lying

el H.CROSS asleep under a mesquite bush when

s 'q I If I felt a pressure on my chest. 1
f opened my eyes; on my chest look.
) i il ing at me with his evil little eyes

TOWN :f BOBBY tIn was a rattlesnake. If Fd made a l.'I
:;; faster thanI
move,. he'd have struck
,, SOX could see." .
: "But what did ;you do?" asked ,

\: \ IJMartJ one young lady.

UnIts The oldster shifted his tobacco. "
l ; I ;. t "Nothing I could dohe said "soI

just went back to sleep."
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.somethlDc to"your
home acme "
: 3o. movies. m7 parents,have,becn'takin; of me since \Vh) Tyrone, of course, I adore you and will wait foi

the day J was:-orn' you-and ;you mustn't be jealous of all .the men running o

after me .",
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,_ NANCY '. i THIS rug can be crocheted 20 by mn
or larger. Done in
By Ernie Btuhrailler
LOOK AT THEOOYFISHING one piece, the spokes are crocheted rlad

HA-HA-HA- IT LOOKS MORE into spaces, the color .
THAT BOX matching the center. '
ISN'TFISHING FISH ISBOV'NG Mississippi river steamboat
I in the mouth of tribu- Crocheted rug 1* to durable. Pattern
was stopped a
> T146 has directions for a rug SO by 30, .19<
tary stream owing to the dense, inches or any larger size desired.
fog. An inquisitive passenger inquired Our Improved pattern visual with easy. 1''re
t. the captain the cause of to-see charts and photos. and complete
directions-makes needlework easy. Price at
the delay. of pattern. :20 cents.
1--- 'Can't see up the river" was his e
t' laconic reply. Sewing Circle Needlecratt DepCSC4 .
: W. Randolph SI Chicago M, m. a
I) "But I can see the stars over Enclose 20 cents for pattern. ..

head.sharply" the passenger replied Nam-No rt

'"yes" came back the captain Address [1

"but unless the boilers bust, we I
ain't going that way." a

By Margarita A Hot Spell Largest PlowThe
I J j POWDER...:GOOD STOP TREMBLING fJTLL REGGIE In the heat of summer a Kansas world's largest plow, now I
i' THAT LLt)0 IT f BE ALL OVER IN A farmer went to Colorado for a va in use on a Texas farm weighs:
MINUTE! OPEN THEOOORlf cation. He climbed Pike's Peak 10 tons, is 60 feet wide and cuts;

{ ( I was overcome by the cold rarefied 88 furrows. Drawn by an 85-horse-
1 ... I I Ii air and was pronounced dead by a power tractor, it can till 17 acres
Od + i I physician. Officials wired relatives in an hour. a
It f'vtiI r 1i for instructions on disposal of the

( dls ltS( ,1 remains; they were told to crematethe .

i del body and send the ashes home."
l The late-lamented farmer was CLASSIFIED
) placed in a crematory. Hours later,
III, P 1t the attendant returned and was DEPARTMENT a
i amazed to find the Kansas fanner d

sitting up and grinning happily.

... ...-.'... .... I _!.___" _. r' .... .... ... ,,,.,,.'" i ." '" 1I1I'V PI'II'I'LJiI': ,I 1 Tins'- I "My, mopping goodness perspiration he told the from attendant his _fession Geiealcclsts 10 lesson Ia Demand Earn* while Profitable_learalnK pro*.), = b

brow, "it's Just like home. Another Manual $1. Nat). G...el.r leal R*.e rehCaUd. a
MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher week of this, and the corn'H be .Int..531 F.N.W..W..kt.tt_.D.C.: u.


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oirr IN F1tS A SPOON OF :! 8 Hi-Gloss Prints 1 5x7 Enlargement.AH .' Pi
CHA RAISING? I SWEET 1'k4., The man was being examined sizes 25 cents Re vrtnts. each 3 cents.
and cross-examined for life insur -B" STUDIOS. B x: 11S8. BiUiBfs. H sU

AGAIN! SPOON.' ance. He had been put through a
1 severe physical inspection and had ... .J
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jLI had to answer numerous questions v.s..e.
about himself his past his ancestors -
.. ...
and so on. Finally examiner '..
> st+ w asked: L. N. MMML+F

( "You don't dissipate, do you? Not EAGLE BRAND

living fast or doing anything in excess Drfskli Wares I.

: ; 1jBy ( The?"prospective risk, a little man .

:> : with an apologetic air seemed very
frightened by this prolonged proce 1h 1a

JITTER Arthur Pointer dure. He thought a moment and
then hesitantly replied:
'"I-er-I sometimes chew a pieceof
9.SIY n
c ? gum.
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THE BEST TIME HAVE you tried Reiinol Oint-
for relief?Its specially ,
blended medication gently soothes
I &1.\.\ L. fiery itching of simple piles, dry ,
eczema,common rashes and other
skin irritations externally caused .. C
TART Just bathe with mild Resinol m
c Soap and apply soothing ResinoL
Relief usually follows quickly.

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; s+ a Boxer (gazing dizzily)-Yes. I
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got him in the first round when he
ft: was alone. GIRLS! WOMEN! b

B, try this If y'ou'reNERVOUS e

:r Limited Territory e
Billy was refused a piece of bread i

, "J and jelly because it was too near e

his supper time. He got angry and 0."CEITAIN DAYS' Of Neatly
[ decided to run away from home. A Y
Do female functional monthly disturb.
neighbor saw him, with his little antes make roe feel nervous,Irritable.
, a bag packed. walking determinedlyup so weak and tired out at such times?
1.', By Len Kleu Thee do try Lydia J:. Plnknmli vegetable
:t>"- VIRGIL and down in front cf his home Compound to reller such ymp-
i. N0 BOP! RME TI4 t ASHNE i and asked him what he was doing. tome.ira lemons for this Taken recuI -
SAY. 1'L1.BET \1 *' laity ptntham'a Compound help
ro LIKE:TO Tm going to run away, he said 'build .e
up rr uunc against such diatrcaa. -
HA.t GIVEN I'LLa defiantly. .Also a great atomacbia Soak IITIIA
r P THE UTTLEBOV {IOID R "Wen," replied the neighbor Ii
, TMiss hD t THIS. "why don't :you get started I.flKHAn g.mm:

WF1tSTLEii Tm not allowed to cross the

'I: street," said BOly. WNU 14 32-47

Discreet Servant Watch Your .0St 1It)

Mistress Marie when yea
wait on the table tonight far my Kidneys/

.' A : guests please don't spin any Help Them Qeaaae the Blood

iUrLji thing.MaidDon't. of Harmful Body Waite
ma'am I
Rear U4MV*roailtnllf Ctt Hmruu
suutcr Cms tai Uod
don't talk much. stnam.Bat
..... kidneys sc Mti>Ms IM ia U ir work.... a
-- a.a act Natve III .
sa tm dM-chat
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SILENT SAM I Color Scheme sad apses U* whole
l' 7 .
Answering an advertisementabout w be sagging kukaeh.,
Ei a litter of kittens that would =::' c.u'-c eweWac.
be given to"anyone interested a -- .a7 a f..hag al ..._
C called the cat owner. aaMtr: aa4 pep aM sty egtk.
(iii .r woman Oik r sigaa .! 1dUe7 or biadd t.u..
"Hav you o.n.e.ah asked "thatis =- ,scaat7 et
: and black" 0 i as ..
orange Tfcsr ske U to ato .4.A$that prospe
p' / "Sorry. said the other woman: treatmat .vtan tku ..gIaet Use
1 "None of that.color." Deca'. .PiUe.Do..'.k ..b ea wiaaia&
ens triads (or airs teas forty: Fean.
_' ," "Ob; dear, that's a shame,." said 1't.q- bye a astioa-wid Nit&beL'
the caller.., Yoa see we've just gr e.tde to.
: -......e.l
\ had our house redecorated only
:" orange.and black would match the AnDOANS
. .. ";',::' I j color scheme." l

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F : :.'c t'i. :: '. ____ .". .., .. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, Aq. 15, 1947 x

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t -:Zf, 'NOTICE .IN -THE ciRcrrr COURT OF THE :NOTICE OF APPLICATION* described, and having named therein APPLICATION highest ute or bidder certificates at the will court be sold house to door the
JUDICIAL certain knows by to NOTICE month of
: NINTH persons as Dame be first Monday In the
: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tkat AND FOR OKEECIIO.BEERCOCNTY. 1? hereby given that O. L. them the said Plaintiffs, but as not FOR TAX DEED on September. 1W7 which Is the lit day "
::, an accordance with tertion 6 of Chap- : .'IN CHANCERY. Raaleraon the holder of the following known by them the said Plaintiffs of September 1947
' 4 ." ter' 2372% Law -of Florida. Acts of certificates has filed said certificatesfor whether such persons are dead or alive Notice !. h given that James Dated this 22nd day of July 1947.
1JMT attraction NO. 1048 a tax: deed to be Issued thereon. aad as believed the said bolder of the following
J:, ::: the Board of Public CASE by thrtn. DurraD" the MABEL RACLERSOX SHEFFIELDClerk
S'i. ; ::"of Okeecbobee County Florida. by Resolution The certificate numbers and :years of Plaintiffs, if living, to be Interested certificates filed said thereon of Circuit Court of Okeeehobee
"L :, adopted August 4. 1W7. has J. O WOLFF. SR. issuance, the description of the property ia said property: and, At dead. to have for tas: deed to be 118Ued County Florida.By "
for the purpose of nominating and J. 0: WOLFF. JR. and and the names In which It was been Interested therein The certificate numbers and yean ot. CONNIE: : W. BADLEBSON
PINttDgCOUDt, Board Member dl JACK D. WOLFF' assessed are as follows: And having made all persons having issuance the deecriPtion of the property Deputy Clerk.
? ;' Tided the County of Okeechobee into PlalDtlff. Certificate No. 32. Year of Issuance or claiming any interest ia the above and the names in which it wasS
." ,/ ,fire County Board Member resident dis vs.WILLIAM 1943. described land parties defendant to the aaseseed are a. :
=+ Diets the boundaries of which are IIOOnBERG et als Description of property: said Bill of Complaint Certificate N. Year of Issuance
Defendant Beg SU6 ft. South of center See. 29. And
't described follow. havlng demanded from the Clerk t9U.
as : run S 21I9 ft. W 209 ft. N 20Q ft. E of Circuit Court of Okeeebobee County Certificate Xo. 11. Tear of Issuance

:M DISTRICT '>O. Beginning *t ORDER TO APPEAR 2Kt ft. bee :'11. TS 37, Rge. 35: Containing Florida the making of an order requiring STOPSCHILLS
J One acre. such persons and parties to >o. 16. Tear of Issuance 666
,the Intersection of the East Bono OF Name ia which assessed J. It. Hod-
STATE FLOBIDAfr appear to the Bill of Complaint
s' dary of State Highway ;o. 13 and To William Uochberg ,. \ViIIlAw son day not less than ,twenty-eight upona days 1944Certificate Xo. 9. Year of Issuance
:theNo boundary State High lI bberJr. Sadie Kes ler. Marie All of said property being la the nor more than sixty days: from theI 1943.
i 70 and runs Sooth, along 11 nabr and J. \. te their hoaband, County of Okeechobee. State of Flori- I, date of the making of said order; Description of property: K4 4.r .I.rl.1 Symptom.FEYER
F.allt' boundary of State HighwayNa. If'.Un.. .nd If dead unknown da.Unless { IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED Lots 5 and 5. Block 8, Oreeley Subdivision :... gives yea I
\ 13 to tile 17 foot water level devisees. leatees. or gr.nt.es. such certificate or certificates that each and every of the Defendants 1 US J MORE Cati-tnslsriel 4warat.iw
of Lake Okeechobee: thence fcrel mean line and tl) allterest Pf'raona having or ela1m.IDJran shall be redeemed according to law. above named designated, and ..pect.ned.'are Lots 21. :28! and 29. Section S. Towu- i 17 foot water deacrlbedtandl described
daring the the la sneb
10 the tollowlng property certlfl- |' hereby required to appear herein ship 35.: Range 33 containing 60 acres
In a Southwesterly direction to the StaatenoftPloy fate or certificates will be sold to the I the Plaintiffs Bill of Complaint or less.
Kisslmmee River, thence In. Ioff Okeechobee. highest bidder at the court house door herein filed. on the First day of Sep Name in which assessed B. F. Smithand
Northwesterly direction alone the County to-wit: on the first Monday, la the month of I tember. A. D. 1947. and that this order Blanche E. Case. The Florida State Racing. Com-
Salt bask of the Kisslmmee River Ida September. 1947, which It the lit day be published In the Okeeebobee News AU of said property being In the bat
mission assigned Hialeah
,to the Kortb t>om dary of State (Parcel Xo. 1) Beginning at thSJfrZf < of September( 1047.' newspaper o* general circulation County of Okeechobee State of Florida. x
.Highway No.' '70; thence JZast. along Routh.t Corner .t Government Lot Dated this 2Stb dsr of duly 1947. pubUibd Okeebobee County. Florida Cnlese such certificate or certificates Florida's, eldest and largest horse
.the North boundary of State Highway T of Section 29. Town.hlD 3 South. MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELDClerk once a week for four consecutive weeks. shall be redeemed according to law,
No. 70 to the point of beginalaf. Range runt 102 of Circuit Court of Witness my band as Clerk and the the property described la such certm* track date of January 18 to
S1! yar SiSt (SEAL) Okeeebobee Count Florida Sell of said Court, this 30th day of March 2 tor the coming
.y SOutb'101 yards thence East :r.rdlto By CONNIE W. RAULEBSOX. July. A. D. 1947. at Okeeebobee. la the
DISTRICT XO. I Beginning a i PCB, Also Aepatp Clerk. County and State aforesaid
\ the ortheaat comer of S *jon **. (Parcel No.s) *EU of EU of SW'4 MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD

.t. Township 27 South. Rang of Township 11 Soutb East IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT OF THB Clerk of Circuit Court.
... and mat South on line dividing Ranee tai East lew 15 ft on the NINTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP Okeechobee County. Fl&rlda.'
'f r Martin and Okeechobee Counties Iud South aides for highwayarel Purposes. FLORIDA IN AND :FOR OKEECHO. (Circuit Court Seal
/ to the 17 foot water level of Lake Also BEE COL NTY. IN CHANCERY T W. CONELY. JR..
t.,. Okeeehobee; thenee meandering the ( No. :S) SWU of 8 EV i if of IW: CASE NO. IOU Box 008 o keec>ho bee. Florida. MILI ,
) j 17 foot water level line in a Northwesterly Section 29 Township 3T South, LIDA LOWE by her nest Attorney for Plaintiff. ; a x
t \ direction to the East Range 35 Eait. friend and husband August 1. & 13. 22 29. \\O TRIi
," r } boundary of State Highway 15 Jesse Lowe and )
!; whieh II also the East boundary ot GREETING: FAY WRIGHT by her next ACRDEMYST.
JF: Parrot Avenue; thence North. along J. 0. Wolff. Sr. 3. O Wolff. Jr. and friend and husband ,.
:; the East boundary aforesaid to Jack D. Wolff baring filed in this E. R. Vic Yet
'f the North boundary of State High Court their sworn BUl of Complain WrightPlaintiffs saysSUREYOU PETERSBURG
I t j; way No. 20 thence East to the lain in this suit the nature and purpose VI. n FLORIBA
} of beginning. of which la to determine the tllle of L. E. BRIGGS and '
I i the Plaintiffs to the land herelnabo ADA 0. BRIGGS bis Florida's I
IC! DISTRICT NO.' a Beginning described to be a good and sufficient wife et all. CAN GET t z only Resident Military- > '
.. the Northeast corner of Section 1. absolute fee simple title, to have all Defendants ,l I Academy with Junior R.O.T.C.Unit!
v Township 33 South. Range 33 East claims and interests of the Defendant Gl INSURANCE NOW S tw-
.3 f{ and runs South along range line to and each of them In and to said land SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
?: the Southeast corner of Section 3ft. passed upon and determined. to remove ORDER TO APPEAR EVEN THOUGH& YOU NEVER Member ,
South. Range 33 East: clouds the Plaintiff title THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 4
Township 35 upon HAD l It WHILE IN Southern Association of
!"?: thence run East along Township to said land to quiet and confirm the To L. E. Briggs and Ada G. Briggs, SERVICE Colleges
:c line, to the East boundary of State Plaintiffs- title thereto, and In which i hla wife John I. Ellet and Tebe and Secondary Schools
,: Road No. 15. ai now located; Bill of Complaint the Plaintiffs stat Frances Ellet his wife if alive and and _
thence In. Southerly direction that they believe there are persons In- if such persons are dead or any of t
'if along the East boundary of Mid tereeted-in the land herein Involved them to the unknown heirs devisees, = I f Association of Military Collegesand
'; Mate Road \o. 15 to the Int'rBf't"> and hereinabove described, and baring legatees or grantees and to all persons -
':,, ton .rf wild Road with the North named therein certain persona a. baring or claiming an interest in Schools! of the United States _
s boundary of State Highway No 70. known by name to them the said the following described lands situate ail
!k f which is also Intersection of Par Plaintiffs but as not known by them lying and being to the County of Okee-
rot Avenue and North Park Street the illtld Plaintiff whether Mid persons ebobee State of Florida to-wit: Highest Goicrnment R lh1a&t
In the City of Okeechoheet thence are dead or ally and as believe! NEH of NE% of Secttion 23. Town-
run West along the North boundary by them the said Plaintiffs If living "hip 37 South, Range 33 East, containing ;; An -
t of State Highway No. 70 to to be Interested In the property and 40 acres, more or less, excepting Accredited
the Klssimmee Hirer; thence Northwesterly premise herein Involved and herein 15 feet along the North East and West University Preparatory School .
along the East Bank of above described, and. if dead to have sides for highway purposes. -
the Kisslmmee Rlrer to the intersection been Interested therein: GREETING: p" M1 ya;. :- '
of the township line dlTld. Llda her next friend and Limited Enrollment 1
Ing Okeechobee- Osceola Counties And having made all persons baring bu l1seblo and Fay Wright
I ; thence East along Township or claiming any Interest in the by her next friend and husband having I 1j1j f
line to the point of beginning. above described land parties defendant filed in this Court their sworn Bin I Separate Junior Department t .

it to the said Bill of Complaint; of Complaint in this Suit the nature :;::L y e 1'1
DISTRICT NO. 4 Beginning at and purpose of which Is to determine ;: i For -
the Northeast corner of Section 1, And having demanded from the the title of the Plaintiffs to the land .. Information Addreu
Township 36 South. Range 38 East Clerk of Circuit Court in and for herelnabove described to be a good I M SSFor t.1 -- I'S Col. Walter
.. ff B. Mendela President
Florida. the making ,
and runs South to the Southeast Okeeehobe County and sufficient absolute fee simple title f
corner of Section 13. Townsbio 37 of an order requiring such persons to have all claims and interests of the 'II Florida Military Academy _
> South Range 38 Eau; thence West and parties to appear to their Defendants, and each of them. in aud i correct information
., along Section line to the lnterseetlon .old Bill of Complaint upon a day not to said land psssed upon and deter. I w.3 :f :t ,_. i f St. Petersburg, Florida yj
of State Highway No. 15 and less than twenty-eight days nor morethan ,mined to remove clouds upon title of contact your nearest
State Highway No. 70. which is also sixty days from the date of the Plaintiffs to quiet and confirm title
w f the Intersection of Parrot Avenue naklng of said order; of Plaintiffs. and In which Bill of VETERANS ADMINISTRATION Florida's Leading Military Academy "'
and North Park Street In the City Complaint Plaintlfs state they believe .
of Okeechobee: thence in a :Northerly IT' IS. THEREFORE. ORDERED. there are persons Interested In the office Established IttOB
that each and one of the Defendants land I
direction along the East boundary every herein involved and bereinabove i]
above and
named designated
of State Highway No. 15. to
the North Boundary of Section 3. specified are hereby required to ap-
herein to the Plaintiffs' Bill of"oiuplalnt
1 M'ar
T..n.blp 3ft. South Range 35 East:
thence ( herein filed on the 8th day K
East along Township line
tit point nf beginning.DISTRICT of September A. D. liM7 and that this
order be published In The Okeechobee
NO. S Beginning at tb
: of general circulation )
Northwest \eww. a newspaper -
corner of Section 6,
Township 33 South. Range 34 EasU published in Okeechobee County,
and runs East to the Northeast "Florida once a week for four conseco-
corner of Section 1. Township 33Aoutd tlve week. }
Range 33 East i -
; run "
WITNESS my band aw Clerk and the4eal I''
Routh on Range line the
to Northwest
rt of said (Court this 7th day of I 'I
34 corner of Section 6. Town SB p Ancimt. A. D. 1947. at Okeecbobee. In .' ''' .- / .' '- _
Sooth. Ring 3fl :
East-thence ; : : : 1
-, ::0. '
I the County and State aforesaid, }i' .
run East < ,' ,, ::. :
along Township Line to i "" ___' 'I>, .
the ;Northeast corner of Section f' .
1. I

.tfcene Township run 34 South Sonth.along Range range 36 East line; Okeecbobe Clerk of Circuit County,Conrt.Florida ; kt_: ;, : ;. ,& : "4,

dividing Okeeehobe'and St. Latet'euntia 'Circuit Court Seal) f- "
to the Southwest cornerof T W. Conely Jr. x- ,.
>Section 36. Township V5 South, :
for Plaintiff.
Attorney :
R!.o,*e !M Kant: tht"nC'e'Ht along
f August 8-132229: Sept, 3 :
Township line to the Southwest 'Jt'X '
-' .-orner. .f ,Section 31, Township 35 'ULn 11a 1 ii ;
South, Range 34 'Eastr thence run NOTICE _ :
I North along range line to the OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA -

joint of beginning. August 13. 1947 I -', : .. O lAs

"I', '-' OKEECHOBEE (COUNTY: FLORID mrsnant to Section It of Chapter .... I', "
18296 Laws of Florida. Acts of 1937, It
By VAN\ E. LIOHTSEV, known as the MURPHY ACT and In h ,
Chairman. pursuance of Chapter 20633 Laws of
Attest: Florida. Acti of 1941. known as the

ACT the following described
f, 'i ( ) land situated in Everglades Drainage I to c t I
55 ;t District In Okeechobee County. Florida ,
will be offered for sale at public I
NOTICE OF INTKNTIOK!: TO outcry for the highest and best cub ,
.1"- SELL LAND' hid subject to the right of the Trustees .
of the Internal ImprovementFund
1;. ;1'< NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that and of the Board of Commissioners -
!f pnrsuant to Section IS (1). Chapte Everglades Drainage District .
o" i 2 MW! Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941 to reject, any and all,bids, at the I
; and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Law. Courthouse. beginning at 1ft:00 I
t ,j :! of Florida. Acts of 1931. ts amended o'clock A. M. on the 15th: day of September -
j tT 5tlon H. Chapter 20658. Laws o1 1947. As to all parcels of land
t t.,:S Acts of 1941. and also' 1Iar.t .>f ten acres or more title to one-ball
It' Mint to Section 42. Chapter 20722 of petroleum and three-fourths of
'. laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. .a other minerals will be reserved by
1 amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079: Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,, '
taws' of FUHda. Acts of 194!. aUdf Fund. Easements for road right of b .' >- "
?' JecMon 44. Chapter 20722. Law. .r way 200 feet wide will be reserved by
;: Florida.. Acts of 1941. aa amended by said Trustees from any parcel through -
r" I -.U.. 21. Chapter 22079. Law ot which there Is sn existing state road:

-" i .t'seried."'.rl4.. to-witt lands 10 II 43. !hobee Count and reclamation easement and for for road drainage purposeswill and ,.' II } .' ,;... 3 -

be reserved by the Board of
T Lot. IS and 14. Blk. D. Okeeohcbee. Commissioners of Everglades t
: r> Drain.age ,
**eT XJIK fe.lt.

_,,[1 of Lot 2. Blk. 213. First Add. to CSt District. Descrlptl.a ; HURRY HURRY .

fi (Uetfhobee. Lot 5. Block 243, .'Iratdd.. to City
.\ Iota IX 14 and 1ft to 20 Inc. Blk nf Okenhobee.Lots a j
GI*, ,
City of
8. 9 and 10 Blk iO. City of
will be offered for saw at poolie otit Ikeeehobee1UCSTEES. ., Join the
cry for the highest and boat cash bid. Or THE INTER. 11,200 pedestrians KILLED last ,
subject to the right of the Board ot NAL IMPROVEMENT FUND year!
Commissioners of Erergladea) Drain OF THE STATE OF FLOR 'I
age District, and/or Board of Count IDA. ttt't
rfeumlMloneCs of Okeechobee County BOARD OF ''t; Don't
to-ntght Go to the "
Flor" t. pllalit
f.nrtbou.e say and all bid.. OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. ;; ', ." -<> the morgue!
'Vhf rtnnlag at 10:00 AGE: DISTRICT : -"
Why be
"' << A. "1. Oft the 15th day of $ep liT Mabel R BlcrsB Sheffield. Aft. around to-morrow,next week,or next year?Go oa- I
: .
tember. 1947. Easement for damage for dash through
and Trustees of the Internal traffic when and where you shouldn't.
rwlsmatloD and ,road purposes will be Improvement Fund and :, red Ignore
resvrred for Board of Commissioners .. 4"f' : lights and safety t4na Make a face at the traffic :
_i HOARD OF COMMISSIONER of Everglades ." : ,, .'., who' cop
Drainage Dls. .r- s trying to protect
; u tear
you you by "
OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. trtet. Okeeebobee County. '".. .., .. hurrying to ce 'J '
; AGE!: DISTRICT Fiords ;;. where? :: ,:
a.dItO.lIm :
OF COUNTY COM < Be impatient Hurry hurry and Join the 11,200 pedeatriau .A
AlI SIOlfER8 Motorist-
OF ;
n !: 'COUNTY FLORIDA.OKEECHOBEH -- who were killed In the United States ,last'year m .f them

By Mabel ".Ie,... 8h<*fl..... First Annual were neighbors of yours In Florida.
,<' Clerkot the Circuit Court of "tu !a
Okeechobeo County Florida But perhaps you dont like 'the idea. Maybe .
i2 SAfl.eerwo you enjoy .
aa agent for said Boards. Midsummer Sale r
of tag
.. By Connie TV. Ranleraon. and dont want to rush into Kingdom Come .
.. Deputy ClerkS Thara prematurely. !'
different-and the is
answer simple Dont hurry.Walt

South Florida S S Just the few seconds it takes the light to ro creea. Dent I 7{:

I : take a short eat across the middle of the block drirers arent :. ;

S 'S LOST 52 Us. Brahman Cattle looking for yon'there. And no'matter when or where TM :,:

WCAM sKZK 1* MAW_ I cross a highway, be alert. Walk safely and live leager..i. i

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State Market Sale I I'A.- Kate TOUI CAt :

RingArcadia ; IN GOOD .....A'i "
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