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 29, 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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Volume 33-No. 15 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday<<: August 29, 1947


Y'd C. R. Box GivesInformation Raulers Announces n's DepartmentStore "BackTo Local4-H Club Hazel H. S. Olney Johnson and Were Miss Disaster Committees Are.A,,. ltH

For School' Sale Boys Win Honors Married in Savannah By Local Chapter of The Red Cross

?Y : LocalVeleransc. Okeechobee Announcement News is today made of the in the be- At State CampFourteen the Announcement marriage of has H. S.been Olney made to of To Serve in Case Hurricane Hits Here

ginning of "The Back to School Miss Hazel Johnson. The wedding .
Sale" at Raulerson's Department Okeechobee County took place at the First Baptist -
R. Box, Veteran's Service 'store The American Rid Cross has ()Z'-
starting this morning. 4-H Club boys returned Saturday Church in Savannah, Ga., on August -: Too Late to Classify
week that I
Officer announced this The store<< Is now undergoingmany from Camp McQuarrie in the Ocala 15. ganized a Disaster Conalttss to
beginning Oct. the lit his office giving much function in the event that thus
new changes National Forest with outstanding Mr. Olney Is proprietor of Stan- By RUSSELL
which is located in the Court more space to display the goods as honors. The Okeechobee, County ey's Radio and Electric Service Is a storm In this vicinity. The

House will be open from 8:30 well as giving the customers a boys were in club here which he has operated since When a group of disgruntled following persons are requested to

o'clock A. M. to 12 o'clock noon better chance to view the goods members from camp Hernando withlJ.and Hills- his discharge from the Navy following linotype operators walked out of stand by and be prepared to act

each day except Sundays. that are on the counters. borough counties. World War II. Mrs. Olneyis the composing rooms of the St. on the named committees in case

q All Veterans are urged to contact i The sale will continue on Cecil Arnod leader of a native of Savannah. Petersburg Times and the St. they are called. It seems impossible -
was squad
7 their Service Officer for any through next week and close Saturday the Honor squad the highest honor After a brief honeymoon they arrived -I Petersburg Independent about a to have a meeting of the various f

I information concerning their rights night, September 6. in Okeechobee last week and year ago and set up their picket committees but in case of Hurricane
given in while
: a Billy
group camp,
s to benefits which they might be are making their home at the i lines it was "just another strike" warnings a meeting will be
Prescott Jr.
and Sylvester Arnold, ,
; entitled io. Stokes Apartment. I to the average layman. called immediately.
of Mr. were members of this squad. Cecil
Through the cooperating Shower HonoringMrs. ChapteroffleersH.. H. Rauler
was also runner-up in the competi- 1 It now develops that the effect
will from
Box the time
news tion for the best squad leader. Two kof that strike which incidentallyfailed son, chairman; S. R.,Raifsnider
to time publish questions and an- Dorothy Kay And
Alderman Is other Okeechobee boys Joe Hilliardand in its purpose was to set vice chairman; Mrs. Gordon Lollar
ewera which may be of real helpto I
Glenn Padgett elected i wheels in motion that eventually secretary; Miss Jo Parrish treas-
were .
you. squad leaders giving Okeechobee W. L. Lee Were will rob every linotype operator in urer.

K Reports from various states Event of The WeekOn County the ,honor of supplying one- r the country of his job and every Disaster committee. O. Stew-

4' show that, in many cases veteransare I third of the nine leaders. Married TuesdayDorothy i printer as well. art, chairman; A, W. Davis Vice
receiving less terminal leave I
Norman Ezell was the outstanding In self defense and for the protection Chairman; John Ingram, chair-
than assumed they were Wednesday afternoon August
pay swimmer in the swimmingmeet of their property the own- man Survey, Rescue, Transportation -
: entitled to receive. If these are in 20. Mrs. Edward Alderman was
held Friday capturing three L. Kay, daughter of ers and publishers of the two St. and Communication; Carlisle
honored with miscellaneous shower -
error THEY MAY BE CORRECTED. a Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lowry, of this !Thomas Vice
races and swimming two legs of Petersburg dailies joined forces, ; O. H.
the home of Miss Idell Tom-
linson. the winning relay. Oakland Chap- city, became the bride of W. L."Buck" called on the engineering skill of i Hunt, Chairman Food Shelter,

If above Is the case then the vet- man was runner-up for points in Lee Tuesday night. one William J. Higgins, inventorand Clothing and Central Purchase &
should addres letter to the shower at the home of Miss Idell The nuptial vows were / exchanged Supply M.
eran a t the meet in the Senior Division. engineer, who worked out a ; C. Pitts, vice chairman

fee finance officer who paid him origi- Tomlinson. Jack Boettger was individual high at the home of the bride's process of printing newspapers ; Dr. Leon Etsenman Chair-

nally and ask him to recompute The guests were entertainedwith scorer in the Junior Division win- parents, with the Rev. C. H. without the services, of either man Medical t Nursing Aid; Dr.

amount due, state the amount received games. Mrs. 0. L. Hunt won ning one first two second one Eiland, pastor of the, First Baptist -' printers or linotype operators.It F. P. Maupal, Vice Chairman; Mrs.E. .

: in settlement which he believes the prize. thlr -1Lnd: swimming on the relay church, officiating.The was purely experimental and M. Meserve, Chairman Registration -

t to be incorrect, and sign the Refrehments of sandwiches, po- placing third. bride was dressed in a pink Information and Welfare
designed measure
letter using his own signature asA tato chips, olives, punch and cake Other Okeechobee boys numbered gabardine street length suit with as an emergency Inquiry; Joel Nally Vice Chair-
but it enabled the papers to continue -
f- submitted on original application. were enjoyed by all the brown accessories. Her corsage man.
among ninety oys' present publication. Latter they re-
He should offer .to return bond Those present were: Mrs. Martin Donald was of pink rosebuds and tuberoses Disaster
were Bobby Raulerson turned to the old method. But the Headquarters will be In

for correction on request of finance Hancock, Mrs. Carl T. Durrance. Clements, Hulen Whidden, Austin Her attendant, Mrs. R. E. Padgett, prining industry long harrassed by the City Hall, Court House and

.officer. Mrs. J. T. Alderman Sr., Mrs. O. Raulerson, Charles Breeland, and Jr sister of the bride, wore a green unreasonable and arbitrary demands School House and additional peoples -

The finance officer will recomute L. Hunt, Mrs. A. J. Boettger, Mrs. Glenn Bass. The boys were accompanied gabardine suit with brown accesso- of unions heard the story. have been -named to serve at
amount due veteran and J. R. Minehan Jr. Mrs. Horace ries and of tea and
reply to corsage rose the
to by J. E Adkins various stations.
Camp Last month from the office of Any one desiring
v hi, letter Watford, Jr., Mrs. E. H. Hunt, and County Agent,'C. R. Boyles.' white glads. Beet man wae R. E. John II. Perry came the announcement further information can contact
Mrs. W. R. Misses Lillian Padgett Jr. brother-in-law of the
second application blank of
t..A that after several months of any the committee or Mrs.Loliar .

tF >shonld never be sent .unless asked Walker, Alvyna Sweatt, Paula bride. experiment and exhaustive. tests, at 31LCYPRESS '.

f.for by your finance officer. Burdeshaw, Susan Hancock, Carol The Chamber Of Following the wedding there the William J. Higgins Companywas QUARTERS ,
Hancock, Mollie Boettger Alberta was a :reception at the Lowry home
Thousands of terminal leave
< ready to offer the graphicarts Chairman, W. J. Butler. :
bonds cannot be delivered because Louthan, Alma Joyce Trumble and for the bridal party their relatives,
Commerce Issues industry an entirely new Vice Chairman, R. E. Allen,v
veterans address changed. hostess Miss Idell Tomlinson as- and a few close friends. Mrs. R. <
method of printing, based on the Survey, Evacuation Transportation .
sisted by co-hostess Mrs. Melba K. Bradenburg presided at the ...
t If settlement has .not been received "
t process introduced in St. Peters and Communication. *= ,!
a Louthan. Financial Report punch bowj. Mrs. Joe Simmons, -
after a :reasonable time
burg but with the bugs removed Chairman-Phillip Smith.
write a letter to the finance off I.F Mrs, Alderman received many sister-in-law of the groom served
the Evacuation.-
i and definitely proven through Andrew Epps, J, C.
lovely and useful gifts. the wedding cake, and Mrs. s. c.tajpf .
,_, i>!dicate" $ n,:g.beenrecover; ; .. = -q. 4t 9.. meeting, of the,"poard of brides; I actual production of regular papQrthe Collins, Lawrence McKenzie. Willie
,.' the"bond bas not d. -'- was: In, cfiarge!. of the Alderman '
""" Commercial .
4 "*"" Leesburg
Directors the Chamber of Commerce book. aFollowing- T r : : ...., "-
.. be
sure to supply old and
your and"'Ayon"P rk Sun* ;
Financial Statement Ledger Ti/ft Comm ,
a was ,
QjHbnlsiapBtx-fc .:
r 'Y'new address if change of address Mrs. R. E. McLaughlin announced the reception the _j :
submitted as follows The August issue of the Florida an, W. J. Butler, Elriotf i SaunaeVs,
'f has occured sine making application. i this week that she would couple left for a trip through -- "
i- again open the Dinning Room at Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1947 5,427.18 South Florida, after which they Newspaper News will carry a detailed Tom Dixon

t"t I her place beginning Sunday, Aug- Cash Received ____ 10.00 will return to Okeechobee to make story of this new revolu- Medical AidNursing.Chairman .
their home.TEACHER. tionary process which bypassesslug Mrs. I. E. Allen.
ust 31. It has, been closed duringthe $5,437.18Cash
i the 25th. 1947, President -
Disbursed casting and stereotyping and Nursing Pearl Butler, Amle

( Truman signed Senate Joint Resolution summer months. Furn & Fix. _: 237.90 substitutes typewriters and a photographic Smith Luclle Hammond Lettie

No. 123 ending World War TRAINING EXAMSTO
t Miss Alma Joyce Trumbl who Adv. Signs __ 86.30 process. Butler. I
Two. The following Veterans benefits
f. has been employed as local corres- Taxes _____.__._ 26.70 Copy intended for publication First Aid-R. E. Allen, Sr., E1U- f
c are affected as indicated.
pondent for the Okeechobee News Office Expense _. 28.71 In the paper Is handed to a typist abeth, Allen, Grady Wright; Syl. 1
f CIVIL SERVICE Tallahassee Winners of 142
during the summer months has Western Union _. 12.24 I who operates a machine that looks vester Humphrey, Ulysses Bryant, .1
r Examination for positions as I State teacher training scholarshipswere
resigned that place and will leave Postage _-_.__ 19.50 Ute an ordinary typewriter. She Annie L. Smith.
\\t I, guards, elevator operators, messengers -
next week for West Palm Beach Telephone _._ 26.62 announced last week by State sets the material to whatever Food and Shelter-Chairman -
| r and custodians under Fed.
| where she will attend school durIng Rent ..:.....!--._ 40.00 School Superintendent Colin Eng. measure is required. The copy is Jessie Dooley. j
f Aral Civil Service are to veterans '
| |. open the coming term.J. Salaries325.00 ish. retyped for !spacing and then photographed Irene Berry, Clyde Williams,
i only for five years or until -
Balance In Bank ____-" S4.634.21 on a magnesium plate Rena Mae Johnson, Victoria Alder
July 25th, 1952. English said that William Leslie .
R. Edwards
returned to Okee- 1
The Chamber of Commerce which is the engraving from which man.
MISSING PERSONSIn chobee the first of the week after Hendry, Okeechobee, was the win-
Board was advised that since there the material is actually printed. Registration, Information Welfare )

all cases of persons listed as spending two months at his old expenses had been so light due to ner of a $200 House of Representative Then it can be printed on any Inquiry-Shai man- Mrs; B. .!

f r missing by any branch of the borne in Hodgensville Ky. the fact that there had been no teacher-training scholarship. kind of a press. Before announcing S Henderson. #i

armed services all pay allotments, of the these amazing new Johnnie M. Van Dorteh, Louise i
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeves and Active Manager of the Chamber Applicants for the. awards took process .
;, insurance etc., will be paid for one children left yesterday afternoonto Commerce since February 1st, they .examinations on July 11 and the type printing plates were tried OB Hamm Lan!. Hunt
or until July the 25th, 1948. t
!, return to their home in Winter had asked that the County Com- winners were chosen by a committee every kind and type of printing

SOCIAL SECURITY missioners turn to the Hospital universities. with amazing success. '
,Garden after spending a week here over from the two press
For a period of four years or metal in this new plate most daily but say that 1
the The
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Chand- Board the 5000.00 due to the next examination' for the ,
until July the :25th 1951 all veterans less than 5 pounds as it will not be many months before
ler and Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Reeves. Chamber of Commerce. teacher training awards will be weighs
t; who die within three years of .. held In October, English reported. against 46 pounds under the old they will be able to offer' them In

!\ the date of separation from the method. A test run of 5,000,000 im. quantity. .
Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
I 'service are deemed to have been McDougaldwere WILDLIFE OFFICERS MAY pressions from a !single magnesiumplate It may be two, five or even ten .
I visitors spending Saturday PLANES filing of an application for a wavelength years before the change-over front
I fully insured under social security, PATROL WOODS WITH failed to reveal the slightestwear

and for the purpose of computing night and Sunday In Zephyr hills. with the Federal Communications when examined carefully under present day methods. to the new

benefits due under the social security Tallahassee-Wildlife officers of Commission, an action indicating a microscope.At process will become general but its

i Act, are considered to have Mary Schulman left last Friday the State Game and Fresh Water the future-nse of two-way present only one type face is bound to eome-.n4'the Dews- I

for Jacksonville and Tallahassee Fish Commission may soon betaking radio in the law enforcement paper of tomorrow.wllltw produced
been'paid at the rate of $160 per in use on the machines, which are :
month for the full period of his active where she is spending the week to the air" to patrol Florida's branch.At operated b; ordinary typists, but and printed at half the cost it Is

service. attending to legal business. She woods and waters. the same session the com- before long ISO interchangeablefaces produced today and will carry

was one of the attorney's represent. The commission, at a meetingin mission also prepared to supply its will be available and a new much finer engravings and be a

The number of vending standsin ing the Lake Okeechobee Commercial Tallahassee Friday (Aug. 22) enforcement officers with "new i type of machine is being developed far better printing job than lathe

Florida operated by the Florida Fishermen in the court pro- authorized the limited use of air- wheels.** Each of the state's five which will set any size ,type in one present' case ; ".1;

Council for the Blind has grown ings at Tallahassee the first of planes in combating growing game districts were allocated $26,000 for operation by the same' person for the W. J. Higgins Company I*

to 39 In number. Edwin C. Green- the week. law violations after the' modern the purchase of vehicles to be used use In Headings or in display ad- beaded by John H. Perry Jr. chairman -
await, State supervisor of the method had been recommended by by wildlife officers. Previouslythey vertising. of the board, with FarwellPerry

; Vending1 stand program, said that Mrs. J. T. Hancock returned to Commissioner J. W.. Corbett of have supplied their own trans- Already students are in training president, and'with William

her home here, last Friday from Fort Pierce. portation. Director Morgan expressed J. Higgins executive>ice-preiident
: the Florida Industrial Commission at Ocala and will be ready to go
has given blanket approval to the Baltimore where she spent several Funds were allocated to negotiate the opinion that the use anywhere the new type plants are Both Perrya are sons of John H.

Florida 'Council for the Blind to days of last week undergoing medical contracts with private flying of state-owned equipment will give to be installed.Thoroughly familiar Perry, head of the Western News-

set up installations in any of its treatment.Mr. services to supply planes to wild- "more efficient and economical"law with the entire operation they will paper Union and owner of a stringof

offices throughout the state, ,sub- life officers on a rental basis. The enforcement. be able to train local girls or operators Florida daily and weekly newspapers
and i Mrs. C. D. Harden returned of The commission also authorized
commission Indicated that most and several Florida radio
V, set only to the approval of the in a short time and all the
local*manager. to their home here last i the planes will be used in the Morgan to negotiate for the pur- newspaper publisher will need In i stations. _

Friday after spending; three weeks' Everglade area where present chase of a 50,000 acre tract in addition to this special equipmentis The headquarters of the organization

methods of transportation often northwest Palm Beach County to Is New York, but the plant
A CORRECTION in North Carolina and Alabama.Mr. a good press. He can junk his
-- Last week the phone No. of the prove inadequate ,In coping with be used for a public hunting entire composing room and cut his and all operations In connection,

_O. K. Garage and Machine Service and Mrs. Claude Elliott and violators ground. The tract is owned now by payroll, In half. with 'the new process are locatedat

"7 appeared as 133 this number how- sons have returned to their homein "If airplanes prove efficient and the Southern Land and Timber ,The production of these "pack Ocala. It :was here that the first

k >even was -wrong. West Palm Beach alter spending economical we eventually will go Corporation. Commission officials aged" Perry-Hfggins plantswill, complete. paper Jby the new process
("t $?.The right phone number of the several days of' last* week herewith Into It on a larger scale," Director said purchase of the land could be I of course.'take time.. Improvements wa printed and asr'Ferry Inter

i'1 0/K?Garage and Machine Service Mr and Mrs. J. E. Cone and Ben C. Morgan explained. handled under the Pittman-Robert- and -changes are being made al- esta are centered In Florida It win

I ". i ;*:: family. *'. The commission also ordered the son federal aid setup. = probably remain In this!state

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.i"-'i.,,'<;'...'",.,'I.. : ; Is the 'Common Man Fit to Rule ? Retailers P1iiBetter StdSj

$" .

Huge Sum Will Be Spent;

I, Population- May BackslideTo "an.. Modernization of _Blj

r. Types of! Shops.

ii. Low LevelBy ,'
: Contouring Reduces Intelligence -

; NEW YORK.-Within the next!

'C- ;;.' Soil and Water Loss three years retailers are .

to spend an estimated three ttttl.

i :; Reclaim Waste Land News BAUKHAGE lion dollars on modernlzatiali.fstores
-'. by Anljtt *nd Commentator. of aH types.

'- : 'f -: Half-Moon Shape Fence WASHINGTON.-When the Henry Wallace for president '%_,r VTY-i a.kmk But a small part of the proposed- !

._? { ::\, movement was launched in California it made a lot of Repub- renovation redecoration and De1r

By C. W. GEE licans happy just to think about it, although they never really construction planned for the postwar ;

'} ;,:.'': Pioneers who settled Ohio and laid believed that a third party was possible. (When'I was in college -, period has begun. Work "aJ: '

s .. .' out their fence lines along the true a friend of mine wrote an entitled: "Why a Third ready in progress however- has es:
certain definite trends.-ii
; : points of the would have ", tablished
"} '>>, .: compass Party Is Impossible in America. This was just before Teddy of
customer's point view
been chocked land transaction From a
by a Roosevelt came out.with his Bull '
..,.:. J.,: which recently took place in Logan Wallace to become in 1912).' it 'all adds up togreater shopping|
ie If were president of the United States
it is unlikely comfort. -f
<; county. Morgan Connor deliberately ;
',:, added 1.37 acres to his farm near that: the "common man" whom he champions would have any more to But merchandisers see in today".
,', ay about running the country than he does now. However; when Wallace strides
{ modernization greater than
j; Bellefontaine
i : Ohio in order ,to
-1. ; says this is the century of the "common he

I <. ., ,',";. ,. '. make his fence lines crooked. ,The revolutions which have swept*- man __isn't___far__wrong.__________ ever before towards efficient mer-l-: .
Having adopted many soil conser- chandising. :
the decade
the world in past certainly -
[> :;:,,' & vation practices recommended by would not have been possi- while There are others however who "The only two good reasons te.i'
:: they may agree with Brown's said
'" modernize a store Morris5
ble if they had
I. -I postulation. question the methods Lapidus chairman cf the New York
pSTpSgil not had the |
.. now being used to develop these American Institute "
of cf
%lp fMi of the peo- innate abilities.A HOW BLUE TOUR EYES ARE Anything can happen at a baby chapter :;
". y ;llSfi Bfl Plc- This support : very dim view of the situationis show, as witness this scene taken during judging at a Los Angelescompetition. Architects exhibit committee
the store plant and to
> not necessarily the bluest to improve
r was taken One-year-old Leland Dexter contestant
the result of Bernard Iddings went to and had to be judged in influence customers to buy."
Bell educator pastor author and eyes sleep in midst of excitement
free choice intellectual his Old Design.To
f."I Ii consultant on educationto, the Episcopal -
.t decisionor bishop of Chicago.He achieve those ends store buildings ,
popular vote. been moving almost Imperceptibly
"I .thinks Henry Wallace is correct have "
., In fact for the in his description of the cur- NEWS REVIEW away from old-time design
most part cer- .
rent century but he says:, 'It"does to a new. thoroughly modem ::
tainly under Mussolini n follow because the common'man concept in which the structure itself '
'.. has suddenly been lifted into control British Economy Menaced; serves as a backdrop for dram
: I Hitler that he is thereby automaticallymade atization of the products 'displayed.; __

the U.' S. soil conservation service < was the op competent properly to exert "Today's merchandise needs to

.. :_. :M 1 .' among which were contouring his posite. Neverthe- controL" 'He thinks Wallace's Traffic Fatalities Slashed day's background" Lapidus asserted

-- \I yield had been increased. By this Baukbage less they were definition ought to be expanded.He and 90 per cent of store architects

} :, j \ method he reduced water run-off not revolutions says: "Ours is the century of the Like a kaleidoscope in which several apparently unrelated are said to agree with that

and cut soil loss to the minimum., the upper classes. perpetually adolescent common chips of glass shift suddenly from a meaningless jumble of .view.

r t ,. A fence had been'erected on a 32- Even in the case of Great Brit man. of the common man unskilled color into an understandable pattern, so at least some of the Today's background to the store

s acre tract along the north side of ain's very mild revolution which in the art of living. Un- whirling segments of the world's intricate economy have be- architect means modem design

the Connor farm. The fence ran was the result of popular traditional vote and a taught in the wisdom of the race, he gun dropping into place to form a coherent unit. combined with< the many technical

according to the compass. When free litical choice and intellectual, the leaders were po- ; is incompetent" either to rule or to For masses of Americans, to whom economics could be improvements which make possiblea
be ruled.
Wiley? Connor returned from the swept out of office.Americans boiled down into a matter of "you either have it or don't haveit more smooth-running operationboth
military forces father and son de- for serving customers and be-
Need EducationFor the international hysteria of monies credits loans spend-
cided to reclaim several acres of are committed to of
hind-the-scenes handling mer-
ing, inflation at home and crises abroad began to take on some
waste land which included an old the idea that the majority Common Man chandise.

i barn lot near the north line and bisected should rule and the theory always The canon isn't snobbish. He is meaning.Within. Air conditioning and improved

i -by a small ditch. has been that the people not looking down his canonical nose a matter of hours came a sudden spate of developments startingin lighting together have resulted in

j Unable to plant the land to berries would be wise enough to select at anybody. As a member of so- England and ending up on virtually every farm in America. Having no one qf the most radical departuresfrom
t the contour because of the of sufficient Intelligence ostensible connection on the surface each fresh turn of events was linked
w on, a person ciety he takes his share of the blame traditional store design.
'" w .1 straight fence line, the two moved : experience and integrityto by saying that society has playedthe inexorably with preceding occurrences. To philosophers as well as economists Eliminating the necessity for windows

_4 the fence. Now their line fence represent them at the job of common man a low trick "for it was a perfect chain of causes and effects. to provide light and air has
This is how it began: <$)
I follows a, half-moon shape 'which ruling.Of which those who control education made it possible to design retailing

would have aroused the horror of the late, however, a number of are chiefly chargeable." I 1 .Field Marshal Viscount Mont DEATH ROAD : structures that are windowless

:: early Ohio settlers. Connor, however persons approaching the problem Bell quotes the late Dr. William gomery, chief of the British imperial above the main floor.

I is not concerned with guiding from quite different angles, have Rainey Harper's definition of an ed- general staff, suddenly was Safety Report "Decorative lighting fixtures are

,i t his life and farming activities by expressed concern about the education ucated man: A man who by the I called home from a tour of the Far Compared with 1946, death is tak- things of the past." Lapidus said.

: the compass. He is concerned with East. ing a back seat on the nation's high-
and training of the men avail- "Soft white fluorescent lighting is
F. ,
1 : saving his Montgomery returned to Great
ti' top soil Two diversion
this the semi-annual
able for the responsibility of car- ways year re being used for basic illumination in
t ditches have Britain to advise the government
of the National council
port Safety
rying on the business of government stores, with a certain amount of
; six of trees concerning drastic curtailment of
.! planted. has shown. incandescent for punch."
the nation's military establishment, For the first six months of 1947
I have been assured old-timers
I by Innovation at Work.
i ir
cost of which (3.6 billion dollars a
iY here who have been familiar with the cross-country death toll stoodat
: year) could no longer be borne by; Another innovation already in operation -
KNOW 14480. That figure is 9 cent
YOUR BREED the personnel of congress over a the threadbare British economy. per in some stores is electronic
below the 15.890 fatalities recordedfor
number of years that we perhaps air filtering which is said to eliminate
Minnesota No. .1 In London Labor government the same period last At
have as high type of men, mentally year.
; 2. tnore.than. 80,per cent of dust
: officials no longer able'to stave the time travel 11 .
By W.,J. DRYDEN and morally in congress today as same was per.cent from the air. *
off 'a frank admission told the heavier this
1 we have ever had. In fact I am year. To the retailer this
means a saving -
Minnesota*Ko. 1 is not a hybrid told they are making excellent use world that England's plight was According to the safety council's, in housekeeping costs. And to
desperate, that the tight little isle
of the greatly expanded sources of report. 2.490 lives were lost during
hog, it is a'new strain more highly the shopper it means fewer glass
Inbred than most existing breeds.A information on the issues they haveto was on the sharp brink of ruin. June which represents a 5 per cent enclosed displays.

cross of the Danish Landrace and consider and are therefore better Prime Minister Clement Attlee, assailed increase over the June, 1946 rec "Open" store fronts are becoming
informed than any congress has with charges of "bungUnrJand ord. In view of the increased traffic
increasingly popular, architects
"failure to acf.'i neverthelesswas
ever, been. however, ft was a marked improvement said. Some store
designers have
given a vote of confidence when
Nevertheless hear
from educators
we -
from economists and statisticians he sketched out a plan which would Even the larger cities in the nation eliminated the traditional show window -
entirely and by means. of picture
have British miners work an extra
all sorts of dire warnings.One were decreasing their traffic
t hour each day to increase England'scoal windows opening on the street
L that has recently stirred up a fatalities. New York whittled its
allow the store itself to become
1: the press considerably was by Guy production key pillar In its deaths by 15 per cent and Los Angeles display. a

t Irving Burch, head of the population :::1 economic structure. by 16 per cent. Jacksonville
3 reference bureau. It seems The British crisis was born, out Fla.. was tops on the record book Rearrangement of departments so

Burch read a survey made in England Canon Bernard Iddings Bell of four factors: Shortage of American with a 69 per cent decrease from customers will find related articles
dollars (the U. S. loan will grouped together and the selling of
by Sir Cyril Burt at the ** 1946. Indication that cities
re- ...unskilled. .. untaught... was were merchandise in
v quest of the royal commission on have been used' up by Christmas); becoming more traffic conscious. factory wrappedpackages
shortage of coal (not enough to per- are among other mer-
population.As time he is 25 has a clear theory
:.' iTyplcal Minnesota- No. .1 and 2. a result of his survey. Sir formed in the light of human experience mit industries to operate and rebuild INDONESIA: larity.chandising plans gaining in po u-

cross barrow Cyril suggests that in 50 years thenumber down the' ages, of what stockpiles); shortage. of manpower U.N LooksIt
... and inflation. Many behind-the-scenes improve-
of students of
the Tamworth mating were first scholarship constitutes a satisfying life a significant Morally weakened under the e ments are getting attention from re
ability in Britain will be was a matter of regret the
; approximately life, and who by the of 3
I made ,in 1936 at the University of ; halved and the number of 30 has a moral philosophy consonantwith age threat of domestic political and Dutch government said that the tailers.

Minnesota. feeble-minded almost doubled. This racial experience." economic crises the London stock matter of the Dutch Indonesian "Merchants can cut handling

L The new breed is long bodied and conclusion was based on psychological Bell thinks that what we do not market broke swiftly, as sharp selling fracas was being brought before the costs by; a careful study of the flow
c "
short legged, with a full ham light tests and size of families in do and what we ought to do to bit all sections. United Nations security counciLTo of merchandise Lapidus said.

F E shoulder and a light,strong bone. Britain. educate is. first to give children, And although U. S. state depart- a few million other observers "Mechanical handling is getting a

i The ears are rather large but thin a knowledge of the race's wisdom ment observers scoffed at the idea it was not so much a matter of great deal of attention with auto-

--. and of good quality. The breeders Nation of Dullard imparting to them what they oughtto that developments in England had regret as it was a surprise. U. N., matic elevators and conveyors replacing

j have been selected upon the basis Seen in Future know rather than teach them produced a reaction over here it it seemed was even then overduein much of personal handling -_

{i' of performance i.e., fertility, survival what they would like to study appeared to be something -more. its action in receiving merchandise and deliv.
Burch has studied population statistics ; sec
rate of growth economy of ond, to teach children how to read than coincidence that: Australia and India laid the problem ering it to stock r otns."
for the United States from
I I t gains and body conformation. Anew write listen to and speak the 4 Shortly after London stocks before the council where it
the standpoint of "
i breed Minnesota No. 2. also tests educational attainment psychological eco English language; third they must broke, wheat prices on the Chicago immediately began to vie with the Plywood a Foot Thick Is
4 is being perfected at Minnesota. be taught decent board of trade showed lossesof Balkan issue for priority of debate.
; nomic status and type; of occupa- rights of others fourth manners the nine to nine and one-fourth cents Although the Australian and Indian Made In Tests by Radio
; they must
tion. He says: "We may reach the ; while aDd'oats
learn that honest and craftsxnanuke a bushel corn delegations told the council PITTSBURGH. PA. High frequency
general conclusion that the
,Easy Method Used lowest off from three to four
achievement is dropped cents. that the strife between Dutch and radio
third cf our people in each one of only door to sOcial :- waves, vibrating millions
Industrial stocks also receded
r For Dipping Pigs these four categories has families approval; fifth teachers some- Indonesian forces threatened worldpeace of times a second have made
what the New York stock 'ex-
must "inspire on a Dutch spokesman in Wash.ington possible construction
reverence for the of plywood
about twice as large as those of unseen -
A simple .
= arrangement for dipping the highest third." and impart some objective change.At said U. N. had no j arts- more than a foot thick and twice as
pigs at vaccination time, devised by knowledge of what the various the same time it became apparent diction. strong for its
faiths as aluminum
t Dr. And he concludes: the U. S. ,
J. O. Black. that government, Netherlands authorities insist
about us are to do and teach." on Westinghouse Electric corporation
:. Nebraska veterinarian "As a voting participant In faced with high prices of grain and terming the struggle a Dutch "po disclosed.

t s .... t is shown ink helping to solve the many intricate I wish that some smart statistician .. food and continued shortages lice action. designed to control re Composed of 118 layers of birch

accompanyingdrawing. problems of ear complex would try to figure out U abroad. would Issue a call for an- bellious Indonesians who hate to veneer, the ;
.,:. civilization a don and backward the kind of education which other big wheat crop this ;year In- wait until 1949 to attain their independence in a Was fashioned -
",:' .1' One die and end Individual is almost as helpless would rive a man a high Income stead of reducing wheat production as a sovereign state. The laboratory test of high frequency

,_":, t of a SO gallon drum as an Idiot. In fact he maybe likewise makes him fit to run a goals as was planned previously. Indonesians however say that the B. E.heating Rector of equipment the

t has been opened at more dangerous to democratic country; as complicated as ours As the picture began to take Dutch are waging a colonial wand electronic Westinghouse

I the left In cutting institutions because he is In a world as complicated aaours. shape the dominating motif appeared that it looks like Imperialism said, the plywood engineering: department
z the drum to' be economic a tensile
turn the easily commanded by demagogues Insecurity. to them. strength of
'- sharp edges in and down >o the and dictators." inch. 15,000 pounds a square

pigs win not get injured when get This gives us quite a different picture He said previous methods of

tint out. The drum is placed out of the century of the "common FARMERS BENEFIT fusing layers had limited p7woodlthickness

; r< side the pen where vaccination is men" to about one Incu

; i to be' done. Dr. Francis
Brown. staff associate
i. After, each pig is vaccinated_ it of the American Council on- Hew Giant of Air PassesAll

I* dropped over the fence and into Education and the executive secretary AAA To: Resume Soil Program Tests
the drum its back. Successfully
.; ; on The pig wffl of the President's commission.doesn't .
t turn over in the drum SEATTLEBoein: Aircraft
and Jump comper
Quarrel with Burch's figures WASHINGTON.-Extensive out by more than 100,000 farmer Bulk of the
; \-.t out and drum will be ready for the operations ; year. reduction in Davy officials said the Crt test
but he : "This population-intel-
next says of the AAA loll conservation committeemen some and other expenses will be flight of the
pig. world's
: largest and
ligence report does not give enough program were ordered resumed by The program was halted in May absorbed in Washington and state fastest postwar

} ( Importance to the possibility of improving the department of agriculture after when the house voted to appropriate offices allowing local.. AAA offices I cessfuL, airliner was guc-
T **
:_ Soil Packing Reduces intelligence by education congress finally approved a 255 million only 165 million dollars,for the to retain most of their present staff Boeing said its

Productivity of Land In other words if we broaden the dollar administrative fund for setup-this ;year and to end it altogether A farmer may sign up for any Stratocruiser. torpedo-shaped "
: four-engine
{ base of cur teaching we can regaina 1
the setup. Administrative expensesare next ;year, The AAA had number of approved projects but I decked
1-- 'Hut your toils as ;you would a lot of the potential waste ma- aircraft would be able to _
=i in addition to the 2SS minion worked out a 300 million dollar program he is promised only a certain fly from San
;; watermelon. is the advice of Francisco New J
fatal that Burch has discovered
dollars which will and President Truman had amount of
> This win go directly : money with the provision York In 8& hours from
',' ( on experts. give you a What the Bereft report ever payments to farmers participating recommended that amount in. his that he will get additional payments to Stockholm in : New York _

;' -.- chance to tee compactions that are looks is this, stir Dr. Brown in son-saving practices. budget to congress. if any funds remain after all farmers I. Tokyo to Seattle 12% hours; from
holding down yields. Modern in 18:<% hours and -
i heavy "hnmaa Intelligence never baa Inaugurated in' early days of the Although the 255 million finally have been paid their m1n1muin from Ilone&ulu to '

.. equipment and short-sighted' crop been developed to Its fullest New Year the AAA program offers voted by congress Is lower than the guarantees. 8 hour s. San Francisco In' :"

I '.. ping practices have robbed the son among the great masse el pee cash and materials principally sum asked, the son program Is beIng The program will be cut draltfeaa1y Test pilot John ,J
matter B.
its organic and Fornasero
cf "often flew "
pie Ne has been found lime and resumed the
way fertilizers to farmers forcat'J'inc on same basis as next year. At insistence the plane
to of the at
it according Middle West minutes. He
packed aid
accurately I* measure the ultimate out approved son and originally; planned. The appropriation senate however, the house the .
all'eed'to mghtwa.uneventtul
: SoIl' Improvement,,committee. Permanent' capabilities ef Uu hamanBis water for administrative and hf&bo
1 la practices. Local expenses is go along with an appropriation oi 170satistadoty..": -
remedy re&U1ar1.e "
of -. *.** details. of the program are carried about. '18 per cent less than last 150 million dollars Tie -
... for 1948. shipcommercial aiU1
deep-rooted. legumes 7' T; 7'" service later thin '

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RRffri.IILw! Guide to Jobs: Where .
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I \ And How to Get Them -


New Brand of Socialism K

If"w; :

UNION Big Man John Lewis' new coal economy, calling for .N'ts td

bigger round of prices and wage increases, seemsto Y .Y

have some economic relation to a new brand of socialism advocated APy : Ask These Questions

by the latest AFL economic survey. The survey howlsIn +ati..w.st When Choosing A JobEENEYmeeneymineymo
top headline "High Prices Threaten Workers' Jobs and Living Stand-

ards." Then at the end It furnishes what It calls The Way Out." H.

The way out. says the AFL "Consumer Cooperation" and It adds: is an

"Consumer,cooperation means- cooperative ownership of a business. Every amusing game it's

member is a part-owner we must start- at once to 'organize as consumers r hardly the way to choose your life
we cannot afford to wait ." work.

Now let's see. Let' understand this. Consumer cooperation is co- 4$ :$ Deciding what field to enter what Job ;
operative ownership of a' business eh? That of course is socialism. .- to go alter, deserves careful consideration.

Moreover it is a different advanced type of socialism than that which BACK IN CIVILIAN DRESS .'. Yt '
the British unions have imposed on Britain. The British government Reconverted to her prewar splendor Dozens of fields are analyzed In ear

bought the business there with government bonds and as is the normal the S3 Queen Mary again is booklet chances for No.success 201 including etc. Send salaries 23 cents .

case when the government owns anything, no one owns it. ready to resume her luxury trade, 3 .4,' I ry II : in coin for "Guide to Jobs: How and
Where to Get Them" to Weekly New .
This new AFL socialism Is not state socialism but union ownership. plying between Southampton and > paper Service 241 West 17th SI. New

The unions start factories for shoes, clothing or even automobiles maybe. New York. The 81,235-ton liner : York 11. N. T. Print name, tress with
Immediately this breaks.its own union monopoly of the work In the privately served as hospital and troopship.! 7"f ..: .. cone, booklet title and No. (

owned shoe, clothing or automobile factory. In work and price ,\ ; i k4 '" f
then AFL would compete with its own members, for the purpose of Underselling '
them and making their business unprofitable. U AFL was .. : CLASSIFIEDDEPA I:;

successful their members would lose the private ownership Jobs they :
have now. .. : : RT MEN ';

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H. I. PHILLIPS '.!J'i., \::. . ,, > '. HELP WA1\'TED-lUEN AGENTS WANTEDTo WOMEN fi

\ a f.. sell new product of nationally knows ;i
< manufacturer needed by every bousewtte.
That Summer Vacation Trip ;'Ji/jf \ Sell for SI.00. your profit hoe on every
.J!! / \ ale. Special money raisins plan for :
.a. /" churches lodges, ele. Write Deal A: :i
s Put a squirrel tail on the radiatorcap day civ4iztio they would start ting I ... nex real cue monev Das II.making"... lows plan.for' details oftills

'stick a pennant in your hat. ing low mrt tbtngt in Sodom-GomoT 't nY at,3. !

and ho for the open road the closed rabP gay ,T'C Qxa MISCELLANEOUSROLL '1

bridge and the detour that unravels DEVELOPED-OveraUa. SenNS. I
your spine and puts gravel in your Congress is to make an inquiryInto Have an Eating Treat With a Barbecue! a High Gloss Prints each neiative. All falzea -
the high cost of living. This 25c R -printa. 3c each ,
disposition (See recipe below.) ,
._ should raise it considerably. I
FAMILY ARMS-Hanel-painted. authentic. '
Through the great open spaces Barbecue Fun rod87'a most popular wedding gift Prompt .
t LYNN CHAMBERS' IE.'lU service. Request folder. OSCAR D. LEWIS. i
with tire jack can opener aspirin INCREDIBLE 414 N*. Polar. FI.re.. Ala.
tablets and a will of iron. Before the crisp, cool weather
He gasped, be reeled Barbecued Ribs ROLL DEVEiqpED-Overnight Service ,f
tomes those
treat to
yourself one
a Hi-Gloss Prints
i 1 9x7 Enlargement.
And then fell flat .
ea4it rand outdoor Buttered Buns All sizes. 25 cents Re- rtDts. each 3 cents.
We have annihilated distance and Gromyko had said Outdoor Potatoes -B" STUDIOS Bx: 1133. Bllliafa, Wooly '
run the clippers over the wings of ". agree with that"!!! -'--"'-' met a Boasted Corn Ears i'Ii

time. And what have wet More HUGHES UNDER FIRE .
food like Cabbage
hamburgers popcorn stands, hot Howard Hughes west coast Indus-
Dish Pie
fudge parlors and popsicle spots "Armies Close Trap."-Headline.If trialist and long a fabulous figure ooked rI Deep Cream Blueberry

per capital And a civilization only some of our leaders In the American scene, is one of for real :

whose slogan is "Don't forget to would. the principals in a senate war Beverage
and Recipe given.
change the oil and look at the battery investigating committee's inquiry
I" "Dewey is regarded In some into the awarding of 40 million lous eating.
quarters as the White Knight"- dollars in aiacraft building contracts There's nothing so relaxing, either ,Boasted Corn Ears.
News item. Just at a sort : as eating outdoors for mostf
Ben Petse $*y$ hill if the mncientpropbttt present during war. Remove outer husks from ears of
could get 0 peek *t Present, of silent night, as it were.A the preparation comes ahead of corn. Turn back husk and remove
.L _L :!me. Then. too. though have
'" you the silk. husk
'JI( 'JI( 1If corn Replace ; place
WALTER SHEAD 0 bribe and beg everyone to helpIn corn ears on grill. Turn frequently
the kitchen, no one wants to be while roasting 8 to 12 minutes. Serve

leftout of the preparation when it with butter salt and pepper. The

I A Warning-Boom and Bust omes to cooking out of doors. husk turns brown but the corn Itself -

Y Ci, YoK q YApy n\ Perhaps you have a barbecue unit is excellent If you prefer the change to CALOXfor

HENDERSON, former price administrator has told the Repub- h to use for cooking; or maybe you corn more browned, roast longer.
LEON steering committee'in the senate that the present governmental Just build a fire In the old make- There's nothing quite like crisp the ttmic eject

policy is heading toward a wild boom and then a bust. LU shift brick' oven in the back yard. chewy food to set oft the barbecued

He declared the price structure is shot through with distortion and Whatever you have it will be good meat skillet-fried potatoes and on your smile

unbalances and that prices just as In 1920. have been allowed to get out If you make the fire well In ad- roasting ears as some cabbage Efficient Colon work faro uxrrtt,

of hand that profits of business and Industry are swollen and that wages ,,:;;rra xha ince. and then let it burn down to served with a creamy dressing and 1 Helps remove 61m...brio.out
have not kept pace,with the rise In prices. lowing coals before you start cook- plump red-ripe tomato wedges. all the natural lustre of your
ng. That's the secret. .
Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio chajrman of the GOP committee, ? : Pr Cabbage Slaw. smile.
took the opposite view. Be said there is'no evidence today that You have a choice of many kindsat (Serves 6) 2 A special ingredient la Calox

prices are out of line with wages and he declared that factory meat Juicy hamburgers, plump 4 cups finely shredded cabbage which encourages has a tonic rsLr effect triage on gums_ _
workers today can buy 20 per cent more with their pay than-they weiners. steaks or ribs. But do have 1 egg yolk ...helps makes theta firm and t
could eight years ago. Chances are that there isn't a housewife t good sauce to go with them. Or; 2 tablespoons sugar rosy.Tone up you saule wirhMd

in the country who will agree with Senator Taft on that statement. (let the folks have kabobs-everyone 1 tablespoon flour Canal
will enjoy roasting his .. Lrbwd"ia
own. JS teaspoon salts -
Senator Taft even asserted that he believed higher rents would help .... ,,
JlJ rsas eI iirrss.oetiai .4.
purchasing power because the landlords would make some repairs.On Barbecued Bibs. ; teaspoon dry mustard

one thing Taft and Henderson agree-namely, that luxury taxes Serves 6) H teaspoon paprika
-" -
should be investigated. HELLO, 11.ScreeD actress 3 to 4 poun4 ribs, cut in' pieces Ycap waterY

Betty Grable (her husband is Harry 1 lemon cup vinegar -
WALTER WINCHELL James) Introduces her 10weekold 1 large onion 1 tablespoon butter 7//uj5ufl&t1 ?
H cup Worcestershire sauce W pint sour cream
girl Jessica James to the FII .'IIIUUI in run ir
1 teaspoon chill powder Beat egg yolk; add dry ingred

Cast of Characters in the Big TownThe blonde camera actress for the and first her time.bandleader The 1 teaspoon salt ents and mix thoroughly. Add wt RHEUMATISMNEURITtSLUMBACO
husband 2 to 3 dashes tabasco sauce ter and vinegar gradually. Cook I
another daughter top of double boiler until thick an
2 water
producer who lunches daily community of families who live Vicki, now three. cups smooth, stirring constantly Ad
with his two ex-wives. China on barges anchored in East river. H cup chill sauce butter. ChilL Fold in
town's citizens idling away a Sun- Some rent extra cabins to boarders. Place a piece of lemon and onion and mix with the shredded sour cabbage creac- MAGIC

day afternoon sipping rice wine and The depressing migration of ;)n each rib. Mix remaining ingredients Garnish with ripe tomato wedges.

playing fan-tan. Comely gypsy derelicts to Bowery fleabags every together; heat to boiling and Dessert 'problems LREMEDY
are ti
maidens near Tompkins Squaregarbed1 evening. They seldom speak to each then brush sauce over the ribs. Broil solve. With fresh fruits and easy berrlet BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF

\ in colorful native costumes. other. slowly on outdoor ..griU'and brush plentiful a platter ltar .B.t...iii in i il.ia-SmaaSteaOt
The hot sweet potato vendors frequently with sauce. For outdoor or basket I *UITIH. lit HIT it liltCTtl w
on Mulberry Square. Union Miserable burns In night court- broiling place meaty side of ribs U I n ui alp tin mm w n lilt M m n*t Kite
Square's open-air forums where the worst possible """"lor the human down on the grilL Onion and lemon chilled fruit ...m III! c... I... JltmillUt >,.TlUIUTO

anyone can Join the verbal free-for- rsce. ",..: to may be secured with toothpicks.For and cookies will
polite h .JqlUrl"., via f back door II' satisfy well tot
all. steak that is really elegant.
sad whisked into bidden tlevator... I r dessert. Soma SOOTHE ITCH
Cocky prisoner in the police lineup use the above sauce for brushing like cake for dessert

Shady lawyers hanging who crack jokes in bop of treating"* the steaks while for an iced RASH OR, TETTfRQOtily
around courts hoping to pick broiling. Or. if
ivorble atmosphere. beverage. Then : apply soothing and com.foffent o
up homicide case*. They're you prefer the make a spicy cake with a caramel GRAYS OINTMENT with
called thousand dollar men." Gents who carry gum -tipped II: steaks may be frosting. It's Just the kind to set off its wholesome antiseptics and nature -

A thous Is the established fee poles to pluck coins dropped In cel marinated, as follows the meal proper like aiding It-Doth1n1'medication.so comforting'Nothing else

for an attorney allotted by the lars. The city's version of a beach- for several Cake. pleasant for externally caused skin .
court to defend an accused comber. Tramcops refereeing hours before you Spice troubles. Me. Get m package: today.
Makes 2 9-inch layers
( )
murderer. the midtown traffic tussle. .... start broiling:
lye sifted cake flour
Mix together 1 cups
r 3' 1 l
teaspoon baking powder
of salad oQ. tt of .
cup cup vinegar -HOTftF !
DREW PEARSON U teaspoon salt and V teaspoon 94 teaspoon soda ,

pepper 2 tablespoons grated onion, *4 teaspoon salt

Marshall Exposes Russia's Game DEFENSE SECRETARY 1 minced clove parsley.garlic and 1 tablespoon 94% teaspoon teaspoon cloves cinnamon LASHES?"

James V. Forrestal. first secre- 1 cup granulated sugar Women In your "40'.") Doe into

SECRETARY of State Marshall gloomily disclosed to the house foreign tary of defense under the new national Some people prefer a barbecuesauce % cup brown sugar- functional to women'mlddla-age'cause you period to suffer peculIar hot- __t: 1

that a Soviet fifth column,. composed mostly of Germans security act, hailed unifica- for steaks but even then they 94 cup vegetable shortening Cashes, nervous hlghstraag., weak. '
is working"night and day to create chaos Germany. At an off tion of armed services as "&he like to rub the meat with onion, garlic 1 cup buttermilk PlnkhaaV tired feelings Vegetable Then do Compound try Lydia to..

the-record meeting. Marshall io effect, declared: most decisive and definitive step' herbs and such before basting S whole eggs relieve such symptom it V turnout :
in formation of-the '* with the sauce. Use your own taste for this purpoael -
"The Russian game is to keep Germany In chaos realizing republic. Sift together flour baking powder. Taken regularly-Ptnkham's Com .r:. ,.
hungry people are .for Communism as a guide Steaks should be first salt and granulated pound helps buildup: resistant* 1'7, ;
that desperate, broken easy prey quality well aged and wen mar- soda spices acainst smut dls tress Thot an U have -- -.:;
and will tarn to Russia for aid." sugar. Add brown sugar shortening reported benefit Abo a very effective; 'A : -
bled with fat for barbecue.
He emphasized that European recovery Is Impossible without steppedup and buttermilk: beat for 2 min stomachla tonic Worth toying :

German production, and assured the congressmen that this was the Outdoor Potatoes. utes. Add eggs and beat another 2 L 1aVf.1IHU : = i

unanimous opinion of the "best minds available." Germany was the hub : (Serves 6) minutes. Bake in greased, wax paper .

of European economy before the war. Marshall pointed out. and could not 4 cups cooked potatoes, diced lined pans in a moderate (350 WNU-14 33 41 d

be blanked out suddenly without upsetting the whole European structure. :: Z cups sliced onions degree) oven for 30 to 35 minutes. -
: -, 1 tablespoon minced parsley Let cool and frost with caramel
he'warued."the thing willspread. 'I -
becomes :
"If Germany a cancer, 1
tablespoon paprikaH
." teaspoon salt Icing: Mix Itt cups- brown sugar When Your
2 tablespoons
: with % cup cream
The secretary of state implied that Germany can be made sett-suf K teaspoon pepper vanilla.
1 tablespoon
butter and
flclent without again threatening world peace, but indicated that the problem 44 'cup fat-or drippings Bring to a boil and bon 3 minutes Back Hurts-
France,of this. He declared frankly that economic
was to convince, Combine Ingredients and place while stirring.. Remove from heat. j And Your Strength ad : tea
in Europe hinged upon the French attitude toward Germany ;
recovery In heavy skillet Brown until If
Germany'swar crisp Beat until creamy adding cream Energy Is Below Par ,
inasmuch France: fears that might-develop
as any program
and golden colored. Serve piping necessary to make spreading easier It mar be cawd by disorder el UdMy -
potential This --worry i* aggravated by Communist propaganda,- hot. Released by Westers Newspaper Union fucOaa taat pr.ita poi,.... o
he said. waste N aceaaalaU. For truly ctaay r,
people (.. tirad wok sad ..-...w.w1Ma .
8 LYNN SAYSt Stale, hardened roIls and muffins: tin Udacrs tail M IBOV Boer
a<*U sad etaw waits auiUar treat ties
Neat ,
PATTERSON Use These' Tricks can be freshened easily: by placingin b -
WRIGHT { IB Tour Kitchen a paper bag. sprinkling the bag Yes Mar sonar Lagging baeaaeaa.raavsaati ".
"PlaceaJices of bread on the with water then placing in the oven pa;a.. aa4aea, dinlnass
par ,- ... Its paiaa. i _
United Nations ttaBy: opened lid of the kettle in for a few minutes while they heat .ratw traqoaat aa4 seaaty Brtaatio --
Russia Thwarts
with smartta aa4 baraiM is so-
.: which you cook strong smelling through and soften. etfcar sip that oa wthiar Y wrvac with y'
was live than : ;fJ: foods'like cabbage and broccoli.' Let hamburgers take on glamourby tae kidays or blad the be something more "
in must
MISTAKE ..'." Thai*ahoaU b* doubt that pcsmpttnatawt F
A San Francisco conferencewhen a debating society. Its-constitution : --"-.- Spear tomatoes on a long fork serving them as a mixed grill la viaw taa* tUat..bsaDtan't
and hold over a flame while turn with broiled tomato halves and Pica. It Is battar to r.Jy ..a ry
the United Nations was or provides a rather ACCUSED Chief Signalman. adicias.taat has wes
ganized. Russia should not .have method of correcting'' that mistake. Harold Hirshberg is beingceartmartaled ing., They will peel- easily- after this pineapple. BMval taa*.a -cIa.atf; i }

been appeased by giving her a veto The time make'such'a,change Is at the New:York navy treatment Leftover egg whites may be stored .aa.wa.d aaay Dose'y ara..aav An bawtitedaadua at aII,4rq1 ----. -,
I Tea tastes better; if it Is mixed for several days in a covered glass wmr
power., She should have been per NOW. Russia probably.will quit if it yard in Brooklyn on charges of Ct today. -
mitted to walkout' then and not I is 'made, but It:Is better that she mistreating fellow.American prisoners with a little orange'rind., grated. Jar. Egg yoas may be poached
Also oI'e'it near a box of cloves until firm then' chopped and used
ttntfl Communism
later be In position to block : quit now than to of war while himself a prisoner DOANSPILLSWIUI
action. United Nations, to be effect dominates an the world. in a Japanese camp. in the pantry to make spicy ._ in I cs'or'nndwlch CIKngs.

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Friday, Aug.29, 1947 / THE OKEECH BEE NEWS r
rtneuet.mxttutwxiexxttn /peum.uCLASSIFIED FOR SALE-Lawn mower 1*-

L; !; Everett Clay alert publicity man READJUSTMENT ALLOWANCES Twelve drivers of Florida Grey- condition.. Apply The Fair:i
;i @ltttt411betrfus for both Hialeah and the Orange FOR. UNEMPLOYED hound buses who operate out of ADS

; ". Bowl suggests that a race be Ocala were honored at a dinner .
{ f:') Published every Friday by then staged between Florida's champion Tallahassee The terminationdate recently receiving awards for their IIII/I"----- BEAR wheel alignment
;, >> Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeechobee,
1 :2 Okeechobee County, Florida., thoroughbred and the champion of the war under, the programof splendid records for safe driving. balance C. Elton Weaver:!!

.;: ... Florida quarter horse as a featureof readjustment allowances for both Two of the drivers receiving NEW ROYAL ROSE bottle gas bring Florida.

'; !.l"' BRYANT BOWDEN ...... ....Editor the Central Florida Expositionat unemployed and self-employed vet awards for their splendid records Ranges in stock. Immediate de _:tI

I <""S1 '" Orlando. erans has been declared July 25, for safe driving Two of the driv- Humphries Tire & Appliance W ANTEHO rent piano for.-.

i '1 1947 as a result of Congressional ers receiving awards have driven livery. Fort Pierce, I or six months. Mrs. R. K. Btii
j i ; One Year in advance .,. ...$300 Weather records compiled by the action Carl B. Smith chairman of for over two years without a Florida enberg, Phone 111. 'J

1 -/:0'.."., .. Stx Months in advance ..... 1.50 meteorologists for the United the Florida Industrial Commission, chargeable accident.

4 j ,: <; / Three Months in advance ... .. 1.00 States Sugar Corporation at Clew- said today. .
: o':" show that in only one previous -- ,
iston Congress has substituted the "'"
:a .- Entered as second class matter .July twelve month period has rainfall date of July 25, 1941. for the words '}

>; "'.. t 1. 191<<. at the Post Office in Okee- exceeded that for the period "termination of the War" as. therappea.r

ehobee, Florida under Act of March ending July 31, 1947. During this In Title V of the Service
-- .8. 1878. _
,.i: rain have fallen. The previous rec- mean that World War II veteransof

OIL'S PRICE POLICY ord was '70.89 inches. Florida who were discharged -

.. Tb attitude of the oil Industry. returned home prior to July 28, 194T, will hue CONCRETE FOUNDATIONSFLOORS
toward tti current problomj ia Bobby Lowry until July IS, 1949 to draw their
aftttr week's Visit with
Friday a
wall covered in a aura rsleue by allowances. Veterans discharged
and feUtlres in Lire Oak, DRIVES ETC.
\" one of the largest American com* i after July 25, 1947, will have two>> WALKS, ,
Lake City, and Jacksonville.
from the date of dischargeto
panics. years
observed that the present de- draw,
It is gratifying to note from a
l mand for oil products is the highest Many veterans now have rights

I : in history and the ability of Foundation recent report for of Infantile the Paralysis National under both the Servicemen's Read. Mixed and Poured on Job Site Ii "

a ,the industry to meet It is strained justment Act of 1944 and the Flor-
that Florida lei all southeastern
I '- not by lack of crude oil ,in the ida Unemployment CompensationLaw
amount contributedtp ,
states in the
< ground but by limitations in facilities Mr. Smith saId. He pointedout
this worthy cause.
which are largely the resultof that from now on it will be-
the war. come increasingly important for
I Engineers estimate that it will ,1
It then pointed out that competition veterans who become unemployedto
require more than 30 miles of elec- ,-, ,: -- P. O. BOX 1145 !
date of ,
consider the expiration "
for crude supplies within the f
tric light wire to,carry the currentto ." PIERCE FLA. '.... '
their rights under both programs '(; : FORT .
industry often causes higher prices. illuminate Dade County's Rkk- .,,r >"" --", : ,:
This' is of general benefit when If they are to be assured of maxi- PHONE 211 ;
enbacker Causeway and Bfos.cayneKey's
I price increases result in boosting: mum protection under the two sys Ii
Crandon Park set to open
.the overall supply of petroleum tems. :
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with formal ceremonies Nov. 9.
products. But if the supply is not Both news types of claims are

1' increased the increases "would filed through the local offices of
Joe 11. Scales, Jr., of Perry,
: only be inflationary and should be the Florida State Employment Service I

i ,resisted. As a result this com president of the Gulf Coast Short and the personnel of the 'offices \..'Y..lUYJ'Y.''Y.'Io. 'y'U.y'.U .'Y i;'_..y""' UY.'Y.-I .!.U.IUllUl''''''>J'VI'II; ,'WI IU'Moll Tn.1L.iU...I -1161 flll.1 1111Iiii>'JIll'........ ---",:
Cut Association, led a group of
in common with most unitsof will explain the difference '
fifty to ,a road board meetting in if
the Industry,*"is following the with respect to the amount payable I
an effort to get action on the construction -

I'panT.general prices unless policy such of not increases Increasing will I Springs cutoff of the missing Perry link Wakulla on the The, duration veterans and may expiration then elect rights.the WE WOULD LIKE TO TELL YOU WHY IT IS t tt

.tend to maintain or bring out ad- I law under which he desires to file

ditional supplies. Gulf Coast Highway. his claim. NECESSARY TO INCREASE TELEPHONE RATES t I

fi ; That is the answer to those whoM i

.c believe the oil industry has an Notice Seminole County has more than \
;"all the traffic will bear" price NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN doubled its population since' 1940, Our Wages and Operating Costs Have Increased the Same as I

: policy. The, truth is that the price that the Board of Public Instruc- according to a Florida Power and Your Cost of Doing Business has Increased. .. !

; Increases. for oil products which tion of Okeechobee County Florida, Light Company and Florida AdvertisIng .

.t, have taken place since the war's will :receive bids on or before Sep- Commission survey recently Today, more than ever before Southwest Florida needs adequate dependable -

." end, have been well below the average tember 20. 1947 on materials to completed. telephone service and it Is our purpose to provide It. We are now furnishing more service -
for commodity prices as.: a be used in the construction of a than at any other time in our history. Both local and long distance calls have :

:. whole! That is a considerable accomplishment ; Gymnasium.Said In Miami, Legionnaires and ,. reached an all time high and more service Is being requested daily. Surveys ot service --1 i

I' I : In the fate of the bids will be opened in the Shrlners are competing with each requirements show an ever Increasing demand for additional facilities, both for present :: i

Rseatlyb Increased coat of drilling office of the County Superintendent other for the current cocoanut as well as new customers. l

} i i Dwells, transporting oil, building on Saturday September 20, crop. Joe H. Adams commander of : !
I In an effort to,furnish service to as many people as possible the has loaded i
service stations etc. 1947 at ten o'clock A. M. Inquireat the Legion Post wants. ten thousand company .
it both the outside plant and switchboards to their maximum capacity. Therefore, to provide i
x Even as the industry Is carry Superintendent's office for de cocoanuts to take to New ..:
ing on this "hold the line" price tails. The Board reserves the rightto York for the Legion Convention, additional service to either its present or prospective customers, will require substantial i
: while the Shrine additions to both the outside /plant and central office equipment. !
policy it is making every effort to eject any or all bids. wants all they

I Increase, production to meet the VAN E. LIGHTSEY, can get for the coming Shrine Con- Although the cost of everything we do to provide service keeps going up, your telephone !

f. I!* i enormous. demand. Its past record Chairman Board of PubUcInstruction venion to be held in Miami.U. rates generally, are no higher today than ten years ago. Because of this the f'

; .li sufficient evidence that it will amount of money we are paying out is increasing faster than the amount of money we t
do the'job. ATTEST S. Senator Spessard L. Hal-
T. Durrance are taking in, despite a record volume of business. Since 1940 the cost of providing
; land will be the principal speakerat t
County Superintendent
J f l the Fall Convention of the service have. climbed 267 percent while revenues have increased only 252 !

t Both Clarence M. Gay and Senator NOTICE Florida Farm Bureau to be held in per cent. Total payroll costs chargeable to operations have increased 247 per cent since ii i
Ed Fraser have been getting This is to notify all persons, that Miami 1940. The average wage increase since January 1, 1942 has been approximately 65
Nov. 14-15, it per 1
b was an-
,about the State Dr. H F. Dean a licensed veter- cent. This i
{. checking political nounced this week by Secretary was in keeping with national policies trends and In an effort to secure and :
\ fences It is expected that these narian will be at the city hall in retain personnel with which to provide service.
Wages account for
John Ford. about 47 per cent
i I
:. two gentlemen will the city of Okeechobee Florida on of i
our operating
.' oppose each costs. The over-all cost of providing telephone facilities is approximately -
other for the offfce of comptroller the 29th and 30th days of August, 45 per .cent I
J The I
city of Milton
has joined
in the election next Spring.H 1947, for the purpose of vaccinating
all dogs the ranks of Florida communitiesthat The rapid advance of costs in comparison with
as provided by the revenues has caused our rate of earn- J
t: ordinances of said city.A have installed parking meters. ings to go down. In 1946, the rate of return on the investment was only 3.4 per cent. -f c1

fee of =1.60 will be charged for City commissioners approved of This rate does not reflect the April 1, 1947 wage increases. Improved' earning are es-
their [
vaccination. use last week. sential in order, first to meet the day to day cost: of providing service to present customers. j

t LORENA PEARCE Advertise in Second to raise new money on favorable terms for addittional facilities to improve 4
) The News'ODA
City Clerk service to present customers and provide additional facilities. These are the reasons ,
J I M I we have asked authority to raise rates for local service.
Itt. The requested rate increase will not produce all the added revenue that cur- :1 '
rent costs indicate is needed but will afford immediate
relief. Whether the requested '
.., rates will prove sufficient will be determined by operating experi I
MILITllbtl ence under the new rates. The increased income under
.r ( I I a only 6.6 per cent, of our total revenues. In view of the greatly Increased cost: of provid ;

ri' ACADEMY rJr ing service, this is a very moderate increase.The "

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ST. PETERSBURG large expansion program now under way, estimated to .
n FLORIDA cost approximately '1600.000 ,-
for buildings, central office equipment, telephones and outside plant construe- ;

it Florida' only Resident Military tion work must proceed in spite of high costs, If the company is to Improve the service
Academy with Junior R.O.T.C. Units and meet the additional demands.
\ .
tt.ii Member Southwest Florida is now In a period of its greatest growth and expansion, a growth
that will
bring more prosperity than It has "
ever known. Good and '
Southern Association efficient telephone
of Collegesand service is essential to this! program and the telephone
company must be In
Secondary Schools to supply it. a position

ii r r : i and We believe therefore that _
-. our request for increased
1 Association of Military Colleges Is sound and in the public
Interest. No business can give adequate service without
I>i and Schools of the United States adequate! earning.: i

;- :; ) CAR ;, Highest Government Rating INTER-COUNTY TELEPHONE AND

An Accredited t !

::, : Rfj/'v Qhd University Preparatory School 1
r j : Y
r Enrollment COMPANY
( d 1 T tL
Ii Vef4'e7 ep i Separate Junior 1
,,, Department II.< """'" ,,:fi>t"Ir ;', 1'f<" .-it..,>;,,--:; ii'"i11'u "" .,. .... ,,, ,. ,. .
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your car ..
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Military Academy I :
j ne.ds a lubricatIon +- r' -

; <. ; .' ;a' oil'cheng, tire or battery : St. Petersburg, Florida t ,I: 4

; : I t .rvicv: |lust give.us a calf. Florida's .
{ : : Leading Military Academy ...
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,;:;- :\.. ", ,;:- > PAUL ROBBINS Owning Tuesday, Sept. 2 OKEECHOIEE FLYING SCHOOL' '

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: .-. Pomp 225 gal. tank "if.

':j-,. -, FIIIT 8IOWEIs''& TRUCK Ford airplane' Model tired"A": Friend :

8 row boom, ,Pump

: FARMER'S EQUIPMENTThe Pump Co. sprayer, 150 ,
; Deere duster Cabbage

undersigned will sell at Public Auction boom with ISO ft. 3-8" e

t k without reservatIun'the following described mounted. 8 row, crop :

: equipment. Sale to be held on their premises at y

t Belle Glade, Florida .on
Champion 2 row, Ntieha

_, 4 MONDAY SEPTEMIER I 1947 tractor mountings, ; : ( _, ;
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DeVUbUa. Gas !

Tractors Paint spray gun, wlwi

; Caterpillar Model D4-Serial 2T379W: Caterpillar Model D2- Briggs and Straton gas f e:

I i Serial 5J6558SP: Jolm Deere Model A-Serial 463246; tired 9"x rotary pump, Z" suction fIraa

s 36; Caterpillar Tractor' 22 with Belt Pulley-2F7216W: Caterpillar cast type fertilizer pro

Tractor Model 112-Serial No. 6J306SP: John Deere ModelA Giant, trailer type her
air cooled motor; Serial
Tractor-Serial No. '495544: Ford Tractor-Serial 9N157837:
Ford Tractor--Tires 10"x2'S"-Serial No. 9N187373; International drinking water kegs; 8 i tlU

:-:: Trac-Tractor :Model TD9 ,Serial No. TDCB21148T7CM: Bolen's chain: 3 Army surplus :hot
row: 60 gal. water
"i Huskl Garden Tractoi-Model BR6, Type 300537-Tires Rubber-
Ing water trailer 2
Serial 112619x: 2 Power Takeoff & Power Lift Attachments for : 'f
Dist mixer: 6 hand t I
John Deere Tractors:
3 one qt. size,' hand '.... nit

Trucks :& Hauling Equipment type International fire extinguisher D9 Power: ; \|r:

1941 Ford Seml.traller-Tractor En 99T272288 1942 Ford we:
!:. No. : er pump engine-Model I
: :, Stake Truck-1 1-2 ton-Engine No 99T-5082051942 Stake Truck engine Jfo. 5E5647: ; son

: 1' 1 1-2 ton Ford, Eng. No. 99T-54706; 1941 Chevrolet Truck-1 1-2 extinguishers: 2 it

'i:' ton, Serial No. 8YS05-11350; 1941 Chevrolet Truck-1 1-2 ton. Serial Army gas cans and

'3 No. 8YS03-9127_ : Dodge (Weapon Carrier) 1942 Model, 1-2 ton Hammers: Pair tin j rasA

'' Clckuperial No. 81518804 International pickup .truck Engine 182720: Post Drill: 4 ;

i No. HD21341009: 1.2 Ton 1946 Ford Pickup, Motor No. 964811: Stratton Engine, Ser.. .t :es

2 Athey Track Wagons Serial Nos. 1543 and ,1535: 3 John Deere Jr,'Wheel hoes with cor
v Steel Wheel, Auto-steering Type Heavy Service Wagon; International band-hoes (extra :

: A Steel Wheel, Auto-steering type heavy service wagon; Lo for' Seed Bed: 4 one

C 1 cally-built Track Type Wagon: Low down, :Flatbed Type heavy, planters: 8 seed bed lerInc,

,- Service Two Wheel Trailer Rubber Tired; Ford, Model "A" Field Shovels; 4 Ditchbank

- ,":'; Truck Engine No. A237230' ; 1945 Fruehauf Trailer 1930 Ford, type grass cutter: 3 ;

!; Coupe A3130041; Celery knives; 8

Speed hoe: S wheel ; v L
r: Tillage Equipment hoes; 70 Assorted ; :cEd;"
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' ;: : Two Disc Extra lleayDisc Plows-30" Discs: 8-Foot Tandem and hose type grease '," : ibr
coln bucket and hose
(f-' Tractor Disc; 10-foot-International Tandem Tractor Disc: '7 foot

Oliver Tandem Disc: 10, foot Oliver Tandem Disc: 6-foot Oliver guns; Lincoln bucket at

::, Disc Bush and Bog pise:, 2 Ford Tractor Mounted Cultivators: wrenches: 20 open end s}...

--l 2 John Deere Field Cultivators: Disc ,Plow: 2 Mole board plows,: cold chisels assorted antrE

& 6 Hand Cultivators} ,5 Hand sub-sellers: Hand Drag _Harrow: assorted sizes: 2 pipe : :
oil 1 tilting
can: qt.
"f' Four Section Steel Harrow: 2 John Deere 4 Section Lever type

': Harrows: 2 Special Muckland Land Rollers 8 ft. width with levelIng pump oilers*; large
hand braces and set of
'. or floating atttachment: Special Muckland Float or Leveling al
Y: Frame: Killefer Mole Drain Machine-Serial No. 3205: Custom type push brooms: .,
:- Built Mole Drain Machine: 2 Ford Tractor Mounted Long Timed >act!

Weedera: Devil Catcher: David Bradley Mower: Leveling Board: <<

tEquipment i 350 400 Ibs Iba wettable powdered

J .. 2 fo r-roy. John, Deere' Beet and Bean Drill ,Fold Tractor Doenate (DDT) : 5 Majere

:_ "' Mounted Seven row, Planet Jr. Vegetable Crops Planter: '2 Holland gal. Dupont spreader
-'t :
gal. Diesel engine oil (
' Trans-planters, Self-Propelled, Equipped with Fairbanks
; 'Model Z Engines 2 hp.. Transplanters are 'equipped with both 20 grade): 35 gal. Gas 4",1! !
and lubricant ( :
\ celery and cabbage attachments: John Deere Windbreak Planter: gun \ 11,' Hoi
I track grease: 1-4" '
: 8 Hand Cole Bean Planter: John Deere Fertilizer Distributor 4
new 32 qt. hampers:
f." row: John errow potato planter: 2 John Deere Potato I I
, boxes:
Planters -* Cean.
Model No. 12. ,

: TIi :. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT to poration be removed Auctioneers until a

; : V-8 Ford Motor Serial No. SND29 44S39-Direct-Connected to in case of accident lo .

I.i -, 5 Inch Suction Berkely Pump Model 40R Serial 434526. Pump ises. This equipment

equipped with 20 ft. of 5) Inch suction hose,and strainer: 1400 ft. E

:- (70) seventy length,:.Galvanized. Sheer-Rane light weight, quick FLORIDA

R coupling pipe 4" dla., each length'equipped with 1 1-% ft. riser e

Ii:, (1M cu%), brass cutoff 'valve and. No. rainblrd' rotating sprinkler M

.: : Wisconsin< 2 hp. aircoqled motor-Serial No. 361925-Integrally ate

1 i mounted on Couch 6": turbine: pump: Wisconsin 2 _hp. air )D.

'v, cooled motor Serial S53018-Integrally mounted on Couch 6" JOHNSON M!

Turbine pump: Wisconsin EngIne-Serial No. 375689: Buick M. E.

f ,Motor Serial No. 28500917 \ lggn

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> IV THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF TilE pie title. to bare all claims and Inter.
NINTH aVDICIALi CIRCUIT OF eats ef the Defendant, and each of NOTICE I
i TbOltlDA IN AND FOR OKEECUOWEK : them la and ta said lands passed OKEECHOBEE I
iJ, COCKTT ,IN. CHA>CEBY. upon and determined to remove cloud August 1S, 1947. i
upon the Plalnttrra title to said land
CASE SO. IMS to quiet and confirm the plaintiff Section 11
title thereto.and In which Bill of Comp 1S2SJ4 Laws of Flortfla.
B. W. plaint the Plaintiff states that he be- the
known aa
l' THOMAS.plaintiff
lievea there are person interested In pursuance of Chapter : w[
tbe land herein Involved and herein II'
Florida. Acts of 1M1. -
WILUAM 8. BKSNCTT, et sis above described, and having named EVERGLADES me
Defendant therein certain persons aa kaown ,bjnaux TRICT ACT, tile [ : ; :
: > to him. the said Plaintiff. but aa land. situated In -
4 i HI IT TO QriKT TITLE not known by him the said Plaintiff Dlatrlct. In Okecbol
l ORDER TO APPEAR whether any of said persons are deador ida. will be offered for Cetr
; alive .and aa believed bv him the outcry for the highest :: :
STATE OF FLORIDA aald Plaintiff if Urine to be interested bid aubject to the rl* r ht.re.
.,, THK 8.-Bnrtt and 'bls wife, in said lands, and If dead to have'been ta of tile Internal
i : whose To address to 722 Prospect Avenue. Interested therein. Fund and of the Board
Andrew Bennett. aDd aloeera of Everglades :
Buffalo. N. Y"addreea U 250 Main St. And having' made all persons havingor trtet to reject any and
kt* wife wboae re;
Benjamin and fall claiming any Interest in. said Conrtbonae :
7 rt&iddmsU PNOb(ot Bnlld.ta parties defendant to the aid Bill of o'cWwk A. M on tbe 'j = r
and Complaint; tember 1947 Aa to all r-
,.. JHtrolk MfcWfW-VvfYi'E. IJ of ten acres or mare, nh
his wife. whose And having demanded from' the Clerk of petroleum and
*.- ,John ;P,' Becker I ,
Yi ,
Blvd. Kenniore.! t of Circuit Court of Okeechobec County other mtneraa: will be na
and hU 'wtf.5 wboe* address..and his wife : Florida toe making of an order re- Traeteee of tile I tY
known qnirtag such person and parties to Pnad Easements for
t t. But.
: wliOlf' address U'IK p..YOD ..Jule i appear to tile said lUll of Complaint war 200 feet wide will
t tale N. y.-o-r B. Parker address laVel"r upon a day not less than twentyeightnut said Trnateea from any
J. Parker bie'ifr''wbose' more than slat; day from thy which there an I :
N Y.. lJowpla IL and and -
Buffalo London date ot.tbe making of said order; eaaement for : -" rod
his wife wb.e eddKaa la 238 reclamation and for
81; Buffalo K. T. label Grant whoseaddress IT IS. THElihKOUK. ORDERED will be reserved br ,
a ..
s.u, 0..1. .A' I'e.t of the Dt>fend. Commissioners ef 'I'
that each and every one ea
}&:_ IUUa; LoDe: islaad.L Y.. WarabalL N. ants above named designated and ace District I j \ #
Hnmt sad O rtr.d- Hunt.. his wife specified, are hereby required to appear ; hat
whose address ***** Bhl ham Ave. herein to the Plalntiffa Bill of Lot 3. BIMk 243- I
S&laUe M: Martft)Udt., and Pa m OxunhtlBt herein fiUU. .n--tho TWE t>( Ukeerbobee.Lota 4 I app
Reach Cadillac:-.Company.: Meat Palm TV-SECOND (22) Day of September 8. 9 sad 10, : j i ; ; ace
of said
Reaek. Florid*, and U any per. A. D. 1M7! and that this order be pub- Okeecbobee. .
..... be dead l. their vnknown spouses, Uahed la The Okeecbobee_ mews" a TKl'STEES Or : ,:! err
!..pt"'. rand -raDtees: NAL ,
heirs adTl *e Dw t>>|>er of general rlrcnlatio published \ .! ed.E
.. claiming
per- 'having otliSAat ta Oke chobe* Count v Florida.cure 01 THE
drU-.4 fill
Iv the ID.\
sa a week for four IIuU\'e
rOeaaty i. the BOARD OF "
isads.sitaate..lytag it
f week
;:; or Florl: or i out
: :of Okwn****: WITNESS my hand aa Clerk and the ,:
d : '": Seal of aald Court this "20th day of AGE I ,Brat
,t, teST;, *. B. 't'"T 8 11 1* W M JT ISJO Aaguat. A D. 1>> T. By MaW Ba.I ra.a ; ,( eat
;_ 20 n2S: 25 and 28 of Block 24 Cea- for Trustees I ; :
iM-ra Illrfclanda aa pet plat tV rfot._re- MABEL UAULEKSOV SHEFFIELD nal ,s" 'hoe
j corded U Plat Sleek 1. Pap' 51 or,ne Clerk, .f Circuit Court Okeechohee of for Everglade Board of I ; : '\ < ,.rdol l
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NOTICE a -I the County .and State aforesaid.
line, to
the East boundary of State North along line to ,the GREETING:
k ; :JfOTICK OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV that thence Road No.In.15,Southerly as now located<< : point of beginning.range J. O Wolff Wolff Sr,_having J O Wolff.tiled J In>. this and II IIJ"aek MABEL Clerk RAULEP of Circuit ON SHEFFIELD Court.

FOR T\X DBED in accordancewith Section 6 direction D. County Florida .
i of Chap along the East boundary of said BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Court their sword BiU of ComplaintIn I Okeecbobee .
L. I ter 22720. Laws of Florida. Arts of State Road -No. 13: to the nature and purpose I (Circuit Court Seal)
given that O the 1Derlla"tloD. OKttCHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDABj this suit,
hereby 1M7
Notice Is the Board of Public
Instructionof 'if said the tllle of t, Conch Jr
determine w.
of the following' Road with the North of which Is to T
I Raulerson the bolder Okeechobee: County Florida by Resolution boundary of land herelnabove I for Plaintiff. 1
i filed ald certificate State Uighwav No 70 TAN E. LIGHTSETChairman.. the Plaintiffs to the Attorney
eertifleates adopt4'tlU1Z'1Ist 4. 1947. bas which I* lo and sufficient .August 8.15-22-29: Sept 5
intersection good
> be
of Par
thereon. to
Issued described
; deed to be for the
far a tax purpose of nominating and all
rot have
Avenue and title to 1
North Park simple
numbers and Tears of Street Attest: fee
certificate electing County absolute
The tsuanee, the description of the property the County IJardlplIlbf.re of Okeecbobee Into divided in the City of Okeeehobee. : thence CARL T. DCRRANCE. Secretary: claims and interests of the Defendantsand NOTICE or wmwrrioir' TO 3<
i and the names In which It was five County Board Member resident distriets. run West of along the North boundary (SEAL) eacb of them in and to said land SELL LAND
State to re-
k -saessed are a* follow: the -twnndarie of which Highway :No 70 to passed upon and determined NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
;. i1 Certificate. 32, Year of Issuance described as follows: are the Kissimmee River; thence :North --- ---- --- move clouds upon the Plaintiffs' title pursuant to Section 15 (I). Chapter
I4 1W3. westerly along the East Bank of to said land to andand nfirm the 20653, lAws of Florida Acts of 1* 1.
Dencription of property: DISTRICT >O. 1 Beginning at the Kissimmee River to the intersection "' title thereto In which and Section S7, Chapter 14717. Law
-\ Beg bog ft. South of center Sec. 29. the Intersection of the East Boun of the township line dividIng IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Bill of Complaint. the Plaintiffs state of Florida. Acts of D31 .. amended
f run H 2U9 ft. W 209 f t. N 200 ft. E dary of State Highway No 15 and ties Okeeehobee and Osceola Conn NINTH DICIAL CIRCUIT OK that they believe there are persons In- by Section 11. Chapter 20658. Law of
'a ft fire ai, TS J7. Rge. 35: ContainIn the North boundary of State Highway line, thence East along Township Fl.oRIn.IX AND FOR OKEECHO tereeted in the land herein involved Florida. Act of 1J41 and also pursuant -
log One acre. No 70 and runs South along to the point of beginning. BEE COl'XTY. IN CIL\NCER\ and bereinabove described, and having to Section 42, Chapter 20722.
Name in which assessed 3. It. nod- East boundary of State Highway DISTRICT named therein certain persona as Laws of Florida Acts of 1M1. aa
1 son. No 15 to the 17 foot water level :NO. f Beginning at CASE NO. 1046 known by name to them the said amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079.
Ail of Mid property being in the of Lake Okeechobeethence mean- the Northeast corner of Section 1, Plaintiffs but as not known by them Law of Florida. Act of J943. and
County of Okeecnobee. State of Florida. dering the 17 foot water- level line Township 36 South Range 36 East J. O WOLFF SR. the said Plaintiffs. whether aald persons Section 44. Chapter 20722. Laws of
and runs South J. O WOIFF. Jot and believed of tSH!. aa amended by ,
la a Southwesterly direction to the to the Southeast are dead or alive and as I Florida. Acts ;
+a Unless such certificate or certificates Kissimmee River; thence in a corner of Section 13. Township 37 JACK D. WOLFF by them the said Plaintiffs. If living, Section 21. Chapter 22079. Law of
f x f s hall be redeemed according to law, Northwesterly direction along the South Range 36 East; thence West Plaintiffs to be interested In the property and Florida. Acts of 1943. the following
!, the property described in such rertifi- East bank of she KUslmmee River along Section line to the Intersec .1.WILLI.uI premises herein Involved and herein- I described lands In Okeeehobee County
cats or certificates will be sold to the to the North boundary of State tion of State Highway :No. 13 and HOCHBERG. et als above described and If dead to have Florida to-wit:
1 highest bidder at the court haute door Highway >o. 70> thence East along Stat Highway No. TO, which Is alio Defendant been Interested therein: Lots 13 and. 14 Blk. D, Okwohcbte,
on the first Uonaiy la the month of the North boundary of Stat High the Intersection ot Parrot Avenue having Der. eo. 8 D* i
: September 1itT, which is the lit day way No. TO, to the point of begin ud North Park Street la the City ORDER TO APPEAR And having made all interest persona ia the Lot I. Sla215, Fine Add. to City
iliA of OkwchobMj thence In or claiming: any of OkMobobM.
f of September 1947. a Northerly THE defend
Dated this 2Stn day of July 1947. direction, alone the East boan. RTATE OF FLORIDA! abort described land partita Lot U It and 18 to 20 tne. Blk.
MABEL RAULERSON SHEFFIELD DISTRICT XO. t Beginning at dary of State Highway No. .13. to To William Hochberg and )tra. William ant to the said Bill of ComplAint 60, City ot Oraofitcba I

I > Clerk of Circuit Court of the Northeast corner nf Section 34, the North Boundary of Section S. Hochberg Sadie Reuler. Mart And having demanded from the will be offered for sate at pnnlW ot-
yjs (8F4.LO hobel" County Florida Township 37 South. Range 3d East I Township 3d. South Range 33 East: M Baker and J. A. Baker, her husband Clerk of Circuit" Court In and for cry for tae highest and bt eaaa bid
1 and thence East, It alive and if! dead to their unknown Florida the making cf the Board ofCommta.loners
i By CONNiE W. RAULERSON. run. South on line dividing along Township line Okeeehobee County subject to the right
Deputy Clerk., :Martin and Okeeehobee Counties to pointof beginning. heirs devisee. legatees, or grantees, of an order requiring aueh per. of Everglades Drainage
to the 17 foot | and to all persons baring or claiming to to their District and/or Board of County
I water level of Lake DISTRICT :>o. 5 Beginning at the sous and parties appear
Okeeehobee; thence meandering tbe I Northwest corner of Section an Interest la the following described said Bill of Complaint upon a day not Cnmmtsaionera of Okeeihobee Connty.Florida .
6, .
i NOTICE OF APPLICATION 17 foot water level line In a North Township 33 South, Range 34 East lands situate of lying and being In the less than tWf'ntY.t'lght: days nor more to reject any and all bids.
County Okeechobee
$ westerly direction to the East and runs East to the :Northeast State of Florida than sixty days from the date of the at the Courthouse. beginning! 10:00
; FOR T\X DEED to-wit.
o'clock A. 1(. on the lath; day of Sep-
boundary of State Highway 15, h Is also] South tember, 1947 Easement for dalnage and
} Notice is hereby given that James the East: boundary of Range 35 East; thence run (Parcel No 1) Beginning at the IT IS. THEREFORE ORDEREDthat
; Run-sore the holder of the following Avenue; thence North along South on Range line to the North Southeast Corner Government Lot each and every one of the Defend- reclamation and road purposes will be
rtificates has Died said certificates the East boundary aforesaidto west corner of Section 6. Townshp 7 of Section 29, Township 37 South. ants above named designated and reservedBOARD
r for a tax deed to be issued thereon. the No North boundary of State High 34 >outh. Range 3D East: thence Range 35 East and run North Ire specified, are hereby required to appear OF EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONERS
The ffrUtkat.nwnberl and :years of of way beginning.20 thence Kant: to the point run East along Township Line. to yards; thent'epst 313 yards: thence herein to the Plaintiffs' Bill ofComplaint DISTRICTBOARD DRAINAGE -
Ususnee the description the property the Northeast corner of Section 1. South 102 yards thence East 313 yards herein filed on the **th day and
and the names in which it was DISTRICT NO. S Beginning Township 34 South, Range 3J East; to POB Also of September A. D. 1947 and that this OF
f:' a"nes.ed are as follows. at thence run South along range line (Parcel No, 2) SEU of SEt of SWU order be published in The Okeeehobee MISSIONERS COUNTY OKEKCI1O-C03I-
** Certificate 9\o. :''1. Tear ,of Issuance the l\ orthl"utorner of Section 1. dividing Okeeehobee and St. Lucie I of St't-tton9. Township 37 South. News a newspaper of general circulation BEE Ct\, TY. FLORIDA.
1'o1l'ntlbip South Range : Counties, to the Southwest corner Range 35 East. published In Okeeehobee County
1944. and 33 East of less 15 ft on the East lly Mabel RaDler... Sheffield.
i'; i Certificate No 11. Year .f Issuance runs South along range line to Section 36, Township 33 South and South: slJea for highway pnrpo I Florida, once a week for four consecutive : Clerk of the Circuit
the Court of
: Southeast Range 36 East ,
;;" i" I I 1947 corner of Section 3fiL : thence West along < >8. AlsoParcel> weeks. Okeechohee
: :T' i -, Certificate No ]6. Year of Issuance thence township 35 South. Range S3 East: corner Township of line to the Southwest ( No 3) SW U of SE',4 of SW4 WITNESS my band as Clerk and theSeal aa agent for County.said Board: Florida.
run Section
i< i 1W4.onificate East, along Township South Range 34 East 31, Township 33 of Section 29, Township 37 South. of said Court, this 7th day of By Connie W. Ranlerson..
No. 9, Year of Issuance thence
\. ';. 1945. ; run Range 35; East. August, A. D 1947, at Okeecbobee, In Deputy Clerkl' I

.f ': inscription of property

1'-- fats :5 and 6, Block 8. Greeley. Sub-
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i: a" Ip 33. ,Range S3, containing CO acres ,.t
;- more or less. aI
: ': game in which assessed B. F. Smith I _
;.;; ai .1 Blanche E. Case. .
;." ; Vll of said property being: In the h :
.:" C rtnty of oLeecjtuiw* State of Florida I IIII 4Sc

,:. ', I'nU-ns" sncb certificate or certificatess
':.., ill be redeemed according to law. t
: ti..' property described in such ccrtlfi III ;
,l': e.' e or certificate will be sold to the
I' ;; b..;lust bidder at the court house door
,"' on he first Monday in the month of
", J>. ,.r -n bt'r. 1947. which II the lit day
or September. 1947
- bated this 22tid: day of July 1947. OOL

: 'terk of. Circuit Court of Okeeehobeef :
. .1'r inty lorida.lly AH

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:ij;' '. IDA LOWE by her next ,- I .
x ; :-, friend and husband. !
h' JeiiHe- Lowe and -
h:K vr RK1I1T by her next -
<,friend and busband.L. ;.
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k.o, Pt; I.. E, BRIGGS and I }

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:a -:,- wife et als.
'it Defendants .

;:.:. SCIT TO QCIET TITI.E Weave completely remodeled dry l' "
our goods
dept. and
shoe }
!!-" ORDER TO APPEARTHE a complete dept, ladies ready to
? STATE OF FLORIDA: ;;4. wear dept. and baby dept. We' are still making changes and invite
: suggestions
make ,
to this i
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To L. E. Briggs and -Ads a. Dr1Jr s. : '110modern a
dept. store. We have
t'?< .:, his wife. John I. Eliot, and Tebe school supplies includ ing n book/paper tabletspen fountain I I5

,: ,, Prances Ellet. his wife if alive and ::- :!. :.! Scissors, Paste, T ping Paper in fact*everything for school. ., .. ,, Pins,
W1 It such persons' are dead or any of I '
t.Vt. thorn, to the unknown heirs declares .
iii, i : K-jratees or grantees and to all per i
3i" sons baring or claiming an Interest in SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, AUG. 29. ENDS SATURDAY SEPT. 6. STORE !
:it-5-- J' tl.. following described landa situate 1'1 DAY CLOSED ALL DAY MON I
.,:. 1 : biig and being In the County of Okee- I i i SEPT. 1st LABOR DAY. -
"=; chobee State of
. t Florida to-wit: '
; t NEV, of NE% of Secttlon %t. Town. .l inn <
.:; 1 1 sh'p 37 South, Range S3 East contain. I'
c. .'" ;: Ing 40 acres, more or less, excepting i .- I ;

f n feet along the North East and Went One Group -.
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x '. I sl<*es for highway purposes. Special -_
Special of ladies leisure Group
group Shoes whit .-
,,>1.. i O"EETINO Llda Lowe: by her next friend and Men's Straw Hats .. ,'.j-j--< ,,"\.,.....-... 0'f : : ;

*.; .' I : ta".hand" Jesse Lowe and Fay Wright I values 2.95close Ladies Leisure Shoes \
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:.'\..":' .: br her next friend and husband hay.log Values! to 1600 Close Out- : out ': -White, white ,medium
deep blue
flied In this Court their sworn Bill
;-,' I of Complaint in this Suit the nature Asst. Styles and colors beige. Good sizes $3.95 vliu Close
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t and purpose of which is to determine -
. : ", /.c e't out
the title of the Plaintiffs the land $1.00 r .',,,' "",,;. $-.."' 98c
- bereinsboTe described to be a good \ '" .
.;J". ; i and sufficient absolute fee simple title $1.98 :
I to have all claims interests of the ()
4 I Defendants and a:4 them in and >
.: ; to said land passed upon and determined \Ve ,bare just received ; *new UneChildren's. :
- to remove clouds upon title of
Plaintiffs to quiet and confirm title T NAN > WHITE Special Group
- i of Plaintiff, and In which Bill of School Dresses1to3,3to6,7to14 SADDLE SHOES FOR. MEN- :

Complaint; Plaint:. state they believe White OxfordsLoafer
there are persons interested In the ,
\ t land herein Involved and hereinabove $4.50 Value-close out $2.98 stylea-broken
.-' ; : described and baring named therein Priced $1.95 : sizes.:Values .
... I certain persons as known by name to up 52.95'-close out _::* i

them the said Plaintiffs but as not -
: known by them the said Plaintiffs ---0--- One table ladies $1.95 I I
: 'whether and .Values
i such persons are dead or alive *. rayon cotton. :' -5-
f and as believed by thfm. the said Special Group '. ',*' 5- -" .
: r'il QI If fa. if living, to be Interested o = :. r '
Razor Blades to $2.50. To close !
In. sstd property, aud. if dead, to>> have I lOc value, at
; l><"n Interested there Special '
I ; t 5c pkg. group of ladies white and
And having made ail
4 persons having 0 .'
: or claiming any Interest la the above I black wedge shoes. Value -

,,> : i descrlhed land parties defendant to the $1.49 '., : I
..; aid Bill of Complaint; Close out $2.35'
i And having demanded from the Clerk
, i of Circuit Court of Okeeehobee County, I Shoe Polish-Whltteraore'e liquid I
i' F1 trlda, the making of cOne
an requiring and paste. All shades. Buy one at

,, :' appear to such the persons Bill of Complaint and itartle upon to regular price (One given Free.) One group, Play Shoes for the young children lot ladies Rayon Dresses
r In
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; lay not tUat tnenty-eiKht: days .
' !1 nor more than il $' sheers and
- : sixty days from the other wanted materials
S -, I f dale of the making of said order; :----0- $2.98 value-close out I
IT IS. THEREFORE ORDERED assorted colors and sizes. Large

; that each and every of the Defendants I One lot :Men's sizes included. -' "'
t f alMve .named designated and specified, I
; .' are hereby required to appear herein f Panama Hats $1.39 Values to 210.95' :
i to the Plaintiffs Bill of
Complaint \ 56.00 values-broken sizes. To close ,_ II
l' herein filed on the First day of bep- To close >
$4.95: .
, ; .::;.. temtxr A. D, 1947, and that this order at at
- ---c IM published In 4)keechobee News. ; j I

a newspaper of general circulation $2.95 0 : .- 4
pnblishd in Okeehobee County. Florida II One Rack Ladies Dresses-Values:$7.85-- ':
once! n week for four i oh t.J' '
t"ODllt"t'utlve"lta. ? :' "', One I "
: : 0" ; group
Witness my band a* Clerk and the '
f" I 8..., of said Court, this SOth day of I One lot boy"* CottonOVERALLS -.Some Slightly Shop Worn-Toiclose Men's and
Boys Cotton
- ,< July A. n. 1947. at Okeeehobee in the *. ,. I : t
County and Mate aforesaid Jackets '
r ;'t,: MABEL rfU'LERSON SHEFFIELD I'' ,-" values to $4.50 i
Asst colors
,. Clerk of Circuit Court. and sizes. Values tot $295 Close out "'. I
: : Okeechobe County>> Florida. # $1. 5-while they last I I
(Circuit Court Seal) II Broken Sizes $1.95 I
;::- T. W. COMELY Jit. { 98c
Ha* 00&, OtHt'b bt'to. Florida. $1.95
.. Attorney for Plaintiff. //I I "
August 1. t!. IX 22 29

Iii We have a complete line of piece goods -.0; -' '
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NURSE LOSES FAT I School Prints at popular prices. We have, also received J R I I _

_____ \ our fall line of women's and misses Sweaters au ersou Dept t, Store -

CiaiVeri baby dept. where we can outfit I'

w the baby from head to toes. Come in browse around. '

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;J I Shoes for men. Friendly Oxfords for ladies and
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4&: Snap out of It!"
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&g1 Good old faithful Jerry thought .. ,
UD S; Jeff. Always worried nerves
IN rt., the endless
jittery. During training
nlr'.O '
Namlan. days and the torturous moments before a cr y;

.'. f'AU the bell fluttering about Jeff .+ or .

' like a ben mothering a lone "chick. I-'s
nntlUn1e F %ll
1..- j Eight years he and Jerry had been 1iWtipp

together. Eight years, during which

the hall II'! they had often faced hunger and of

its odgael late a few of the good things of life. a ;,t

OG tba"Pt's Maybe Jerry was right. maybe (Lazy60n&S Nothing seems to stfr.

there was something the matter % J ra N Ili him to life. What can his master p;;'
at- teaDsa with him. The old fire the zest for poet if the dog isn't fed right? Oro.

.{. Pup Ribbon would give him
battle the Impatience for action e erect
j I 7t.e
:n the exhilaration of the blood racing .. .1 n .: ; vitamin and mineral dogs are know
g X ,, xva to need.It's a _
through his veins. The doubts money-saver,tool Eact. .
BT CIi box supplies u much food by -
and that little stab of fear in a 4rr
five 1-Ib.
e P
weight as cam of dog food
corner of his heart. Looking back ? Gro-Pup also comes in Steal and &

now as be sat on the lIttl&stool in va Ma Pel'EtU. For variety, feed all three.MO .
the ring corner. Jeff realized he Jess eyes found Helene's and to him the world was young and

had felt none of them. warm again. D
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Jeff roused from his reverie. He
Purrs absolute necessity then that had ingly "more if we can do busi i 8179
MOrUn glanced around the ringside. Big iIn1JJ .
his But this 1 GROl
tot aThe buoyed lagging courage. ness. You're through Jeff, you
crowd. Announcer Ballard
busy at
"f night the stake was bigger. know. A has-been." Jeff still wondered 6-14 yn.Accentuates I t
Issnalerty4 the hanging microphone. A few ......
"Hello. Mr. Stoddard." Mr. For- why he hadn't chased Sam : RisnoM
more minutes to to broadcast
a.awelle time. sythe's words were stamped indelibly then. "No business," he'd said.! Easy to Sew

('f'UHf. in Jeffs mind. "Helene's told And here he was sitting in a ring SWEETLY styled school dress
.' Jeff relaxed on his stool his Ls
1&1I C.rf19z.l mind blotted out the chaotic scene me of you. I don't like the business corner as he had sat in other ring L : for the girl of six to fourteen.So s+ab e..ra1 ..1.

.( about him filled you're in, but my daughter and you corners a hundred or more times simple and easy to sew she can

II!+i i'IP with memories are in love she says, so the business a has-been at twenty-eight! make it herself with a little help

' ('.' again. Eight doesn't matter. But what does ". '. and in this corner the for- from Mother. Two sleeves are

This eight years years ofWeek's matter is, what sort of a life can mer middleweight champion of the 1472 provided, making it suitable for

I offer her?" world. Jeff Stoddard different occasions.
: hard work of sacrifice you Jeff.roused dreams faded >11.1 a
rise to
of punish- Jeff felt the warm blood iNiiii: c t;
BestFiction of his face and ears as it had done he rose and bowed. Jerry fluttered Pattern No. 8179 comes In sizes e, 8.
., I4ns meet patience about him. They walked to ring cen- 10, 12 and 14 years. Size a, 2'i yards of
re and the giving up that night at his blurted Idiotic 39-inch for either sleeve. *
: aiwtt of many ofbe "She won't starve." Mr. Forsythehad ter for instructions. Jeff sized up Youth Send your order to: iraweiMTWII

things that youth answered "Til see to that. his opponent A likely looking THIS stunning yoke dress is a
'and obviously CIRCLE
youngster husky SEWING PATTERN DEPT.
( loves. But there That will always be my responsi- with the junior crowd.
" 'Ea well-trained. He shook bands and S30 South Wells St. Chicago 7, HI.
s j.lU had been a driving purpose then. bility. She's my daughter." Four buttons close each shoulderthe Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
turned back to his corner. The
l""pi a goal to attain riches! Faroehadn't "I'm sorry Mr. Fqrsythe," Jeff wide girdle shows off a love pattern desired. f
' bell Jeff slid cautiously to ring cen-
eeb meant much in the early had managed and then the words ly youthful figure to perfection. Pattern No 'I:\ze-
II ter. Yancey came forward to meet
':. J years, but it came and in the last had started to flow senseless. left s Name u.we. uric aanaaII
hand extended
him. slightly
I.. .. few years the money came too. Jumbled one into the other "a Pattern No. 1472 is for sizes 11. 12. 13. .1P.E4TRBLEUMJELLY
'f itIf chin buried behind a bulging shoul- II. 18 and 18. Size 12, 3V yards of 35 Address .
of that
Champion The thought trust
yearAS few more fights a J
der. Jeff tried a long left and landed or9-inch; 1 yard rte rae to'trim.

.' champion brought a glow to his fund I love her ." lightly. They came together and mn______ RO LINE
soul. And then he met Helene For- Heartsick, feeling his cause had
(iii 8 Jeff felt'a jar on his chin another ::? r ;R" jfcf ju-r -:- -

.,-the. been irretrievably lost he, had .cy ""
and another. blows
:yet Stinging ( ,
1'fJfJ' It was at a charity bazaar on stumbled from the room and out of -
they were, delivered with amazing O U .J.'o .
;;" Long Island one of the "appear the house. It' was midnight beforehe [ '-' "
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speed and with deception. The boy .. ,,,,,'
ances" Jeff, as champion was frequently got enough courage to call her. had something. They exchanged =------': .... n I t I! 8- -

IIt called upon to make. He told her it was hopeless blows and again that short, jolting .".. r., ,., _:" 'o1'
Again as he sat on his stool They would have to wait a bit '
left found Jeffs face. He'd have to -
completely oblivious to everythingbut he'd make more money, plenty of
do something about that. Jeff
his memories Jeff felt his heart money Helene had interrupted Season vegetables such as green Junior's new puppy won't produce .
turned to his bell. A
at the
t.trill sink as it had that afternoon. She "Dad didn't say no, did he?" trickle of blood flowed from the cor- beans, corn, or spinach with baconor lonesome wails at night if an DON'T LET A DULL

a was rich society-and be a nobody, "No." "Oh. you ." a sob and sausage drippings to give them alarm clock is put to bed with
ner of his mouth and over his chin.
t'. a prizefighter. They talked for a the click of the phone. 'unusua1llavor. him. The tick-tock sound will bea SAW WEAR YOU OUT
f rl "You gotta do something about .
while and then others had taken His frantic phone calls were fruitless that left. Jeff" whispered Jerry. lullaby for the lonely pup and Right now is the time to

him away. He didn't get to see her and then "Miss Forsythehas Be sure to save your cancelled keep him quiet. 'replace that old worn
"He'll claw to ribbons.
again that afternoon. but did severfel abroad." That you checks and receipts after a bill is .
a :
J... ,if,' gone was year Jeff stepped forward briskly at blade on your bow or
weeks later. That was the be ago. He toured the country paid. If a dispute arises over the
bock The Bushman
the bell for round two. He boxed, Use all your linens so they will saw.
ginning. They saw and payment of a bill, you then have
more more theatres exhibitions "ap.pearances" Blade is amazingly fast .
all be
he slugged but that tearing left laundered occasionally.This "
the evidence.
of each other and soon they were the
money piled up has the speed of 2-maa
kept reaching his face. Somethingwarm
Iti" way they'll stay ,white. 4
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in love. Jeff
deeply had
realized the but Jeff has lost interest. Then a C saw. smooth cutting
streamed down his cheek .
hopelessness of it aU to him she match for the championship and his Jeff realized his was cut He If you have a bottle of perfumethat stays sharp longer.

was unattainable '. but Helene title gone because one man the brushed the with eye his right glove you hesitate to use because of When placing articles in the refrigerator 3 types. Lengths 24,30.

I. saw no hopelessness In the' situation referee raised another man's and eye its heavy odor, try adding a few remove them from the 36, 42, and 48 inch.
gave ground slowly, drawing
at all hand. drops to your bath water. You paper bags and place in refrigerator -

'tilJ4. Jeff shivered on his stool as he And then this Sam Abrams Yancey toward him. Jeff's right will find it pleasant. bowls. This increases cold AT LEADING

! .Ii.' lived again that memorable night had sought him out Sam had a he dropped feinted into.with position, his left at and his chest there -.- air circulation and looks neater. HARDWARE STORES

am be had called upon her father. He'd young chap, up and coming, but he was the opening he sought His When crystal vases and bottles KfPtACf HOW W/TH

ttr1i never been so scared in his life except "needed a win over a name" before need cleaning break several egg World's Fairs
,::eb( maybe that night when he en- he could challenge for the title. right fist shot out the weight of his shells into the bottle or vase, adda BUSHMANSAW -

tered the ring for his first fight his "There'll be maybe ten grand in it powerful shoulders driving it home.It little water, and shake until all

1ngiS belly empty and his spindly legs for you" Sam had said. "And. landed and at the impact Jeff film and dust disappears from the Beginning with New York's

., ; rubbery but there had been maybe ." Sam paused mean- felt a searing pain shoot up his arm glass. Crystal Palace exhibition in 1853.
t(1F-.t to the shoulder. For a fraction of a -.- this country has held 20 world's

second he felt dizzy and then a nauseous
1 Oversize patterns in fairs in 15 cities in 13 states, '
55 bra feeling hit the middle of his TOOL DIV.O..r.ISs.dwo.bew.CaJns..
brliii stomach. His eyes cleared, and he upholstery fabrics is the whose attendance ranged from 1 .
( trend today; large bold patterns to 45 million visitors. 830 H.KetUcr A**,Ckic.s.3
saw Yancey getting off the floor.
cyan 1 CROSSWORD.PUZZLE The punch must have landed high richly defined against neutral col

tbof thought Jet His ors. Abstract and geometric pat-
only hope now wasa
h, terns vie'with floral in the 1 1a.
quick left hook. He
f1a.. stepped .forward new fabrics. BUBBLE CHAMPS CHEW fflI
till ignoring the pain in his.right .
: -
;nt" hand, feinted for an opening it
1:1 Horizontal s.t.u.a fa Nat ...... and punched. He 'missed. His.last saw When melting paraffin for canning rand parents approve this laboratory-pure,
do not allow the to
f\f f I 1) i-1--7--- -- chance gone. The belL He sank foil-wrapped bubble !
t To invite 0 heavily the stooL become steaming or smoking hot. quality gum
'eu 4 Heroic tale Just reduce it to
8 Fog U U 4 "Did you bust it?" Jerry whis -.a liquid. Bobby Patenaade,who won a fielder's flow
12 Poem pered.' -- in recent contest says:For the highest baffinf
"I For quick drying of sheets, bed average aa a babble blower-pick BUBI"-
13 Author of the don't know
e4l answered. .
IS 1ft 17 and And to* mother,Mrs. all -
Rubal7at "But don't touch it. others might spreads tablecloths, hang ; "Smart parent*will be influenced by the fact'
: k 14 Scent evenly and not quite double the
see. on that BUSS baa won the coveted PARENTS'.
:; IUI' 15 Mass of 18 1,9 7A '"Yeah but can't line. MAGAZINE'Guarantee'Seal."
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untidy hair busted right FE DUB meets an Pore Food requirementIt's
Ii 18 Excessive argued Jerry made entirely in the U.S.A.-uadetl* .
t::bg frugality 11 32 Z3 id. SS t6 "Keep quiet." said Jeff and as mot sanitary condition -:

;;: 11 Rapture the bell rang for round three be

. --d 20 Musicalsound n 18 19 30 rose to meet Yancey.: DANDRUFF

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22 Lair 31 32 33 >, Earlier that evening, at the For day topped or PERMANENTLY YOUR MONEY In BACK only 4 .__... f V -
:3 Temporarily "&% ." 80bby Pat..lId. 's1. a
'II a doctor's prescription. ar 71
< I bright star sythe home, Helene faced her father Is pleasant, easy to use. Send only L..i/w lu y.u.. '
27 33 36 37 38 across the dinner table. S3. name address to: SPEDDINQ l' ,..." Iu BI, :
"' Likely CO.. INC.. B.z 607. OaklM, Calif. RJ lMursl '
-,". :9 To exclude "Dad she said "take me to the Sent C. O. D. 1C you pay postage. .
1( 30 To scatter 39 4) 41 Arena tonight please. Jeff is .** IOWMAN CUM,MC,PMILA,PX ,r ;aplE.

'!3 31 ArtiflcJal "Still in love with that Io-t.. .
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language Tve "
never stopped loving him
41 43
_1 32 To mend H /S Dad. But ."'

""- .. 33 Pronoun Now, a short distance from ringside
"'r Ii Symbol for T14 48 49 50 51 ,
Iridium they: sat The girl white-faced

':'. tt 33 To lift up the U tense as she watched the stark I. 1 ,
J drama
spirits of unfolding in that brilliantly
:. 31 Numeral white square ahead.It .
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38 Some SS S6 57 seemed hours to the girl-tor
39 Prefix: halt tuous hours-that they had been sit-

.0 Founder of ting there when her father leaned

}: I the Society No. Z& toward her.
T' of Friends "rm sold Helene," he said
41 PrInter'.
'I Malicious 38 Ornament tS "Hu.-keye" tersely. "And I thought that boy

42 more part of burning worn a. a State lacked courage. Let's get out"
8 Instants charm 48 Driven .

U To a ship DOis. lanuaae 8 Artificial 40 One' strong as obliquely a nail, Later, in the dressing room, Jeff 1 c !ed

abroad pmt sat hunched on the rubbing table.
10 Offspring 47 Male eat
n Characterized a Jerry
11 Attempt Comparative i8 First woman striving mightily to bold

b'moderation 1'1 Preposition ending u Article placed back the tears was gently remove
'.' 51 52 Card came It Spanish 43 Note of scale under a dish ing the tape and bandages from

I.shaped for -7el" U Greek letter 50 Weight Jeffs swollen right hand. The room
53 Quickened D a
22 Simpleton was empty but through the walls ; l Ltk

i ii 54 Female sheep 2i Conjunction Aaawes Ie Paul. N.'u II came the rumble of voices and
23 Layer of a laughter. "Nobody has
55 To apportion time for a
name mineral A I ft s P B P loser." thought Jeff.
,CGrrs a1: 2'1 28 God Crooked of war Y A L I G II 1 T a R A Mr. Forsythe walked into 1M : i
lmaD PHASa ralrArchild r room. i
: 23 Northern
( 131! y x 0 0 a Ii "Hello Jeff. he Through experience i tee wartime
European said. He laid his g : : cigarette -- .=
Vertical I R s o II o A rflC hand on Jeff :

r. k -' 291ndustriOUJ Insect ROB AIR R a magnificent stand shoulder.you"That mad was out shortage...In smoking-and comparing w # ;

1 Explosive 30 Wickedness A O r I R O a there. Mighty few ,men have that many Afferent errands "more and, more _.>
projectile 32 To paint with 8. r G. r o n o courage _
t } P o 1t r mere important smokers learned that CAMELS -
2 map abort brush a i Helen. .aya you're the only man suit them best.J .
a To ;portly. strokes P A L F L O A for her and who
/ am I to. '
.,: t., t Steeps Jof a. 33 Tobewftch.: "1'' C M I A L Eli Jeff danced .
':""... 'A Btthy.a.l (IDeal past Mr. Forsyth
S A d fi A a se nd .
g his eyes found V >A_
e sa Part of Helen**. She ';
: a 8 nodded and smiled. ; : '4 c& / -7 :
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Yes, the Staney Radio and Electric he is the man who knows.
Pierce, Fla. Clothe The Family" Shop will repair your radio O. K. "0. K. Garage and Machine
Phone 789 Phone 789 when you want it. You know you Service" we know that you

Prompt Ambulance f Service Phone 10 Okeechobee, Fla. can get Fort parts and expert re- are the dealer for the Plymouth '

pert repairs down at the Okeechobee and dodge cars and you have 24

Motor Co. Summer rates are hours wrecker service.'

I now in effect on all laundry when You better place that order now
the Glades Cleaners does it.
so you can get those rose bushes.
'. BRING YOUR 0. K. Garage and Machine Service The Tomlinson barber shop Is Burgess Supply Co. will get their
specializing in massage of the face
t DODGE AND PLYMOUTHSales and scalp, I am sure you will be first shipment Oct. 1st. Stetson
Printing Needs : and Service glad to hear of this service. Photos hats and Nocoma Boots, saddlessure
., yes you can get 'em all you want you can get them. The Fair
24 Hour Wrecker Service size too.
any Store says we get em.
TOOkeechcbee '; Day Phone 92-Night Phone 92 There is a Photographic Studioin
Package goods-that's right-the
!Ounlop Tires & Tubes Gen. Electric the Lions Building.
.J', Appliances North Park and East Side liquor
If you get sick or hurt and need
: f ; News Stoves, Refrigerators, Water Heaters transportation who would you call store has ala you want. Mixon and

"We Service Them All" Sure, that's right; you would call Ellis garage now has building supplies -

t -.0-. Yates Funeral Home. batteries and tires. Get the
r.Thelma's Believe me or not. You can get best news by reading the Okeechobee -
all kinds of Electrical appliances, News advertise in the news
Studio radios, refrigerators down at Gil- today. Be sure to read this column
Real Estate Insurance
bert-Culbreth next door to the each week for special news of Interest
Portraits of All Sizes theatre. concerning your merchants.
Why should you wear those dir- Burney-Kelz say they were for,
f Kodak Films K. E. STELLO
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Developed-- ty clothes when the modern dry merly Denmark's and they are your
Enlarging and Tinting cleaners are still in town. Yes, we complete home outfitters. t
i From 50 Cents Up P. O. Box 396 Phone 86 "clothe the family" ,that's what Wholesale and Retail that Is t
Raulerson dept. store says, Clothes right. Bennies Auto Supply Co.
t Lions Club Building Okeechobee, Fla. Okeechobee, Florida and more clothes. They are still here in Okeechobee.
Real estate and insurance well Chalk's taxi will make long or
don't see me but see K. E. Stello; short trips.

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I Store StoreLiquors Eshelman Red Rose Guam. Feed I "
Package I PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ROSE BUSHES Open 8:30,12:00, 1 :b0, 5:00 -
1 First Shipment will arrive Oct. 15th- Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen
Wines Cordials!
Liquors Wines Cordlala Second Shipment will arrive Nov. 15th till
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EAST OKEECHOBEE Station Baby Chicks Repairs and Service all makes Radios and

I I STATE rnONE.tOS.t ROAD JfO. 8 PHONE 153 Tuesdays and Fridays Electrical Appliances. Repairing Oil Stoves, Ra-

t i .dio Batteries, Flashlights and Batteries.BVRNEYKELZ '

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Atlantic Service Sta.
t Paul D. Robbins Owner z
24 Hours a Day Formerly-
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SERVICE McGregor Sportwear
t Hereford Saddles Complete'Home Outfitters'

t All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE. ULMER EZELT. Phone 33 Phone. ': 115'' : J. E. Cone, Mgr.
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In Curing and Gulf StationThat Tomlinson Barber ShopHair CallCHALK'S _

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f Smoking Meats TAXI
Cut Shaves
Also wholesale and :., '. Chalk's Taxi will
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Retail Cuts. ALTO'SHQTEL Specializing in Face and Scalp Massages ; Short Trips '

THOMAS PKG. CO. In The Heart Of Town Loyd Tomlinson, Owner Dav 'Phone 16 '
Phone 59-3
Parrott: Ave. Weekly or Dally Rates > ; ,

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I : IN BUYING PROPERTY Gilbert Culbreth' Slimmer Rates -i- :

,, OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORSRanges Are now in effect on all Laundry., 7
Hot Water HeatersBendix Monday being Labor .
SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE Day and a Holiday, Laun-
Maytag, Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze dry will be picked up Tuesday for delivery'
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY boxes,. Wayne water softeners RCA, Zentth, Stromberg- Carlson .Friday same' as usual I ,. i
: radios Johnson Outboard Motors, Onan Llghtplants, Berkeley
.It, ---f. Ok chobee. Abstract. Company water pampa. 156GLADES CLEAIERSj

I J. L. BARBER, Manager Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54 Phone 156. Pickup and Delivery: '
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