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: June 22, 1945
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 )
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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 31-Number 1 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 22, 1945 Price Five Cents

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Service Men WEDNESDAY AT 6.00: P. H Miss Sylvia Snell Has Accepted Position as Manager

I The Rev. C, N. Walker of Lakeland

J. P. Brooks of Bartow and Miss will supply the pulpit at the
the World Over Guests RotariansRoy Okeechobee Chamber CommerceSTANDARD
Syble Harkey of Altunls, were local Baptist church, both morningand

evening services, Sunday Juno I -
married at the First Baptist Church -

Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss, June I of Bartow on Wednesday afternoonat Raulerson presided at the \ 24th. OIL HELPS IX L. V Conrath, secretary and man-
Rev. Walker Is of the
13.-Pvt. Elias Augt tine, son of six o'clock. Only the familiesand Tuesday meeting of the Rotary I pastor ATTAINING OKEECHOBEE ager of the Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Bethel church of Lakeland
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Augustine I club in the absence of President QUOTA IN 7TII WAR LOAN Chamber of Commerce, has been appointed *
Immediate friends of the couple
Florida, and Is well known In thi
New Ringgold, Pa., and husband of Hiram Raulerson. The usual summer manager of the Okeechobee
In attendance.Mr. State of Florida. He has
Mrs Ruth Augustine, Venus, Fla., were slump In attendance resulted many County Chamber of Commerce, according
today was enrolled In the world'sgreatest Brooks Is the grandson of In the absence also of five members, friends here in this community who The Okeechobee County quota In to an announcement by R,
will welcome his coming. the Seventh War Loan Drive Is
educational program-one Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okee- who are out of town. Two guests B. Meserve, president of the organization.
Command'sairplane All the members of the churchare nearer fulfillment today due to tile .
of the AAF Training ihobee and has visited here were introduced by their hostsJ -
many requested to be present at both of Standard
subscription $1,000 by
mechanics training courses W. D. Coker and I
E. Cone by Mr. Conrath conferred with the
times. At present he is with the services and hear this great man Oil Company (Ky.).
at Kessler Field Pfc. Robert E. Lee by Leo Green- I board of directors of the local
Naval Forces operating In the Pacific
of God preach. And the church extends
bergor Private Lee received an S. R. Raifsnider, the company's ; chamber several weeks ago and received -

Washington, D. C. I Miss Mary Virginia Swain attended ovation of prolonged applause after a warm Invitation to all the local agent at Okeechobee, entered i the appointment subject to
people of Okeechobee to come out
Saturday Night, June 9, 1945 the wedding from Okeechobee. his short but Intense statement of the subscription for Standard Oil, resignation from his position In
I and worship with us.
Dear Bryant! I V how it feels to be home again after and received expressions of appreciation Hopkinsville. He served1 that city .
t was visiting over at the Library the nightmare experience of a Ger- from the committee during the past year but still having -

of Congress today and came upon I Lieut. Alderman man prison camp Lieut. Raulerson Mr. Raifsnider, well known In "sand In his shoes", he la desirous -

something that I thought the folks I Prof. C. M. Williams, in his famIliar this community, stated that the act of returning to Florida, the

might like to hear about. Visiting Here On role of pinch-hitter for the Ion of the Standard Oil Company state for which he has been a great
Back from Front
You know when people up here I regularly] appointed program chair- was taken as an expression of the booster

ask me where I'm from and I say. I man for the day, Introduced Miss genuine Interest of the organization Mr. Conrath has formerly been

Okeechobee, I usually have to re : 30 Day LeaveFirst Betty Barber and Miss Sylvia Snell, Visiting Parents In the success of the Seventh secretary-manager of the Greater

peat it a few times Sometimes I'' who sang several numbers to the War Loan In Okeechobee Countyand Lake Wales Chamber of Commerceand

even say Miami to keep from explaining I delight of the club. Both these -, I In the State. also secretary of the DeLand
Chobee is. Lieutenant Hiram E. Alder I v Chamber of Commerce for ten
just where young ladies are studying voice at Lieutenant Maurice J. (Jack)
I went over to the Library of man Is home on a 30 day furlough the Florida State College for Wo Raulerson, son of Mr and Mrs. Lieu t Wilda i I L. years. While in Florida he was actIve -
Lt. Alderman] has been in the European I
Congress today tho and as I en- men and the results] are apparentin Maurice Raulerson of Bassinger, in the Florida Association of

tered the front door I noticed.l an theatre of war since last their improved technique and arrived here last week after spend Commercial Organization Executives

exhibition I of historical letters, October, as bombardier on B-24 tons quality. Miss Snell has a lyric ing many months overseas with the Lightsey Capt. J.1 of which he was formerly secretary-

documents, famous men and other Liberators, and has had many soprano voice and Miss Barber a United States Army He was wounded I treasurer He is thoroughly famil-

things of Interest In the second thrilling experiences during the IT rich mezzo soprano, and the voices in the fighting In Germany and B. Mayer Married' I iar with the entire State and has
the side of missions on which he served. Several written much and handled
right blended well
display case on I exceptionally in the after his return to the States he publicity
the room I noticed a ktter written ] times his ship was shot down duet numbers The accompanimentswere was sent to the Army Hospital at community advertising both in Lake

by Zachary Taylor to some follow and the crew forced to bail out; played by Miss Barber. Tuncaloosa, Alabama where he Is The following appeared In the Wales and DeLand.

named Joseph Under the letter the once over Germany, when Lt. Alderman "Will You Remember", from undergoing treatment. He was Amphibian, Camp Gordon Johnston Prior to coming to this state he

following words were written: came down via parachute : Maytime, "Prajer Perfect" by Stevenson wounded in two places In the rightarm newspaper, week of June 9: was secretary of the Building Own-

"Autograph letter, signed, from between the German and Russian I and "Indian Love Call" were and one place In the cheat. A romance which started over a ers and Managers Association In St.

Gen Zuchery Taylor at New Or lines in Hungary. He was hidden the duets, and Miss Snell sang : He took part in the invasion of I' year ago in New Gulena culminatedIn Louis, Missouri, and served cham-
leans Written at his East of by a Hungarian family for aeveral colorful Wednesday bers of In that section
camp I "Danny Boy" by \\eatherly. The France on D-Day and at that time i a wedding comi.ierce
days until he could make his
Fort Brooks, Middle Florida, Jan. way program was very greatly enjoyed, was a corporal and after the Invasion afternoon In the Post Chapel.Lt. for many years. There he gained
to the Russian lines.
11, 1840. General Taylor was at Another time and the Rotarians hope for a repeat I he was promoted to the rank I Wilda L Lightsey of Okeechobee experience in transportation and Industrial -

this time In command of the Flor- his ship flaming came and down with an engine I performance before these talented I of sergeant. Later during the fight- Florida, and Captain James B. matters. Mr. Conrath Is a

4ida troops, having been breveted exploded just an girls return to Tallahassee Ing in France he was promoted to Mayer, Fresno, California, were student of business, finance and
Brigadier General for his achlevo- Instant after the crew tjad legged I I the rank of second lieutenant with- married at 4:150: Wednesday, which economics and thoroughly experienced -
It for safety. Lt Alderman] must Next week the Rotarians will have .
ment in defeating the Seminole Indiana out attending school. Later he was was followed by a reception at the in the methods of operationof
, carry a rabbit's foot, and a potent the pleasure of hearing Lieut. Jack I
at Okeechobee In 1837" Station Hospital Officers' Club. modern chamber of
a commerce.
/ again promoted to the rank of first
') one at that. Raulerson relate some of his exf
I couldn't hj'j but- stnife after' I -*.** -, eriences .f Army life Jn Europe lieutenant, which he now holds. He In attendance at |the ceremonyand He Is 47 years of age, married and
read this 'cause it made me feel Y Lieut. Raulereon Is home on fur Ie one of the few mtln who Were the reception: were. numerous ,attended the CHy..,ColUge of J.aw (

good to know that we were repre- COMMON FLY BRANDED \ lough, recovering from wounds received promoted to the ranks of commissioned members of the hospital staff, and Finance in St. Louis and also

sented in our nation's capital. AS POLIO CARRIER BY in Germany. officers during the fighting I' friends of the bride. Colleagues of the Southeastern Institute for Secretaries

Well, it's time to meet my cousinso STATE BOARD OF HEALTH t I and without attending school Lt. Lightsey on the staff of nurses at Emory University In At-
v u _
1 better shove oil. Lieutenant Raulerson will leave 11 and representatives of Major Ue- lanta, Georgia.

Just a home town boy, Jacksonville, June 19.-The common 1 Miss Ruth Mixon- here July let for Georgia where he Pasquale's medical contingent listened Mr. Conrath's first assignment

Tiny Watford. fly was branded today by the will spend ten days with his wife's to the pronouncement of the will take place before he arrives

state board of health as a carrier \, ( family, after which he will returnto vows and later celebrated the occasion here. In this he will be joined In

of Infantile paralysis and as dangerous ,Sollie Ellis Were Tuscaloosa where he will con- the nprth part of the state by the
Earl Bond is Home i
as a plague-infested rat. tinue to be under treatment of the Lt. Lightsey met Capt. Mayer In organization president for calls at

"Too many folks seem to take Married in DeLandMiss army doctors. New Gulena while he was serving several points to make certain

From Fighting in the fly] as a necessary evil, and so I, Asked about being discharged with the 71st Air Depot and she was planned industrial contacts in the

long as they are kept out of sugar I from the army, he said he did not at the staging area. She returned hopes of interesting a large manu-

bowls, are allowed to go unswatted," Esther Ruth Mixon, daughter I know when he would be out. last January from 33 months service facturing concern, who have Indicated
Italy and GermanyEarl
said Dr. Henry Hansen, state health of the Rev. R. L Mixon, of I I T I in Australia and New Guinea. their desire to locate in this

officer; Okeechobee and John Sollie Ellis, Capt. Mayer served in the 5th Air section, to make Okeechobee the operational
Bond arrived back In Okee I "This is the time of year when son of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Ellis, of NAMED CHAIRMAN Force Svc. Comd. In Australia, center

chobee on Wednesday night after folks are nervous about, and alertto Okeechobee, were married Saturdayat I where he received his commission, I V
spending four years and nine the possibilities of polio, or Infantile 7 o'clock in the First Methodist and later In the Philippines, having [ Seven Candidates

months in the United States Army. paralysis, and as a warning Church of Deland, The Rev. Ar- i I been overseas more than three

More than three years of that time I against flies as carriers of die thur R. Charlesworth officiated at I L, L. Stuckcy, Pahokee, pioneer years. I Inducted

was spent in Europe and Africa. ease I quote from an American the ceremony.The I. Everglades grower, was elected At present he Is on leave and Eastern

After his enlistment he was given Medical! association report that the bride chose for her wedding chairman of the Florida Vegetable awaiting assignment The bride lethe I

his training In the United States virus of polio has been found In a powder blue suit trimmed with \ Committal( at a meeting last Tuesday daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. M. R. Star Tuesday Nite

and then sent to England wherehe files" lace, with which she wore white In Orlando. Lightsey of Okeechobee, Florida,

remained until the Invasion of I Dr Hanson urged mothers to pro accessories, and orchid corsage. I He has been active in growing and a nurse In the Station Hospital.
Seven candidates
North Africa In 1913. He was with tect their babies against the insect Her only ornament was a family I cabbage, beans and celery In the The couple will honeymoon in California Initiation Into the were Order presentedfor of the

the' first troops that landed at which Is often taken casually a- heirloom pin, which la 150 years I Lake Okeechobee region for the .
Eastern Star at the meeting Tuesday
Casablanca and after the African round the house. It 'is known they old. last 30 years, and has taken a prom -
night, were guided through
campaign he took part In the Invasion carry dysentery cholera, typhoid, Mrs Gilbert Culbreth of Okee- Inent part In community affairs. E. H. HUNT SAYS GOOD JOBS the deeply impressive ceremony,

of Sicily. After that cam polio and summer diarrhea, a cer- chobee, who served as matron-o. Committee directors, representing OFFERED BY MERIT SYSTEME
given the solemn obligation, and
paign he was sent to Italy where tain Inflammation of the eye, small honor, wore an egg shell colored all commodities grown by the Invested with the degrees of the

he was with the first troops that pox, plague and tuberculosis suit with pink accessories and pink Florida vegetable Industry, elected I H. Hunt, member of the District order.

landed at Anzio where the Atnpr "Yet we see babies asleep with carnation corsage Mr. Culbreth officers and discussed plans for the I No. 10 Welfore Board, says The new members are Vernon

leans had so much trouble with the flies buzzing around their mouth.we served as best man for the bride- coming year, discussing vigorous I! that early Merit System examinations Reeves, Nettle Pearl Rigsbee, John
aee small children eating groom. action on present and impending offer Okeechobee County residents -
Germans. He went on from 'I Swain, Beatrice Swain, Shirley
i anacks with flies crawling ev-I attending the price ceilings I for and
with the American Army that took over Also ceremony were opportunity pleasant Swain, and Mr and Mrs. Morris
Rome and after spending sometime ery bite they take," he declared. Mrs. N. G. Culbreth and Miss Vir- Other officers named were: DIx- permanent employment. Crumb.

In Rome and other Italian "More drastic steps than Just ginia Lee Culbreth of DeLand. on Pearce, !Miami, vice chairman; Tests will be given for 10 classes The lodge room in the !Masonic

cities and towns he was sent to swatting must be taken to control The bridal couple Is spending a Lamonte Craw, Orlando, secretary- of positions with the State Welfare Temple was beautifully decoratedfor

France with the army that Invaded the fly. Breeding places, harboring honeymoon at Daytona Beach after manager; Miss Evelyne Sands, Orlando Board and the Florida Industrial the occasion with flowers in

that country from the South and any sort of filth where warmth and I, which time they will make their treasurer; Luther L, Chandler Commission, Mr. Hunt said. These the symbolic colors of the Star

marched up the Rhone Valley sustenance Is available for eggs to home In Okeechobee where Mr I Goulds; Paul Dickman, Rus- were listed as clerk, senior clerk,
Following the social
through France to Paris and thenon Incubate must be eliminated. Every I', Ellis is a prominent business man i!I kin; Lorlng Raoul, Sarasota, members statistical clerk, typist, stenographer hour enjoyed ceremony, and Ice a
was cream
window and door I He former resident of DeLand of the executive committee to
into Germany I. opening to the was a senior stenographer, principal : and home made cake served.A .
His outfit was among those that house must be screened and cracks and served several years with the serve with the chairman and vies stenographer, statistician, senior I I large delegation from the Pa-

helped to crack the Seigfried Line. stopped" United States Army from which he chairman statistician, and war-duration vial hokee lodge included Mrs Dorothy

After that he crossed the Rhine and v received an honorable discharge. v itor. Employment will be availablein Graham, Grand Instructor of this

went deep Into Germany and partof Mr and Mrs. Bennie Jones are Mrs. Ellis is a graduate of Okee The six Southeastern states of I l many areas of the State for those district, and the Worthy Matron

Austria. At the time he left his proud of the arrival of a fine son. chobee High School and was form- Virginia, North and South Carolina, making passing grades, as vacancies and Worthy Patron, Mrs
outfit he was stationed at Ulms, It took a war, with the usual Preponderance erly employed. by the government '' Georgia, Alabama and Florida served occur or exist. Johnnie Thomas.

Germany. of boy babies, to break In Washington, D. C.-DeLand Sun- by the Seaboard Air Line railway July 7 has been announced as the V

He was landed In New York and I the Jones family feminine Jinx. The News I' produce 66% of the nation's final date for filing applications.Full The shifting systems of false religion -

later sent to Camp Blanching at I! new answer to the manpower short1 v-- ,'j tobacco Information may be obtained are continually changing their

Starke, Florida, where he was dies 1 age and his mother are reported as Mrs B. K. Padgett I Is spending I V from the Merit System Office, P. 0. places; but the gospel of Christ 1*

charged I doing very well. ten days at Ocala. I Subscribe for The News Box 113, Gainesville, Fla. the same, forever-Cuyler.



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Pis., $1 .95 for 2 doze and INSECTICIDES

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 54 Okeechobee, Florida




soil la shown In their abundant REV DUMtLIN: GLADES B-6 AND C-8 COUPONS: EXPIRE e

<1 pJl'U5 plantings, their thrifty groves and PASTOR FOR 18 YEARS, I
FOLKS By R. M. Brlnkerhoff I
gardens The barns and !garages and HONORED AT 'CIIOBEE B-0 and C-0 gasoline coupons, the

Published Every Friday by the the fences are true and straight and Ii last of which were Issued in March,

Okeechobee News Co., it Okeecho- In food repair. Improvements and Eighty-two year old Rev. E. rf. will not be good for use after Junj

bee, Okeechobe County, FlorIda add tlons arc In progress all along ; ) C. Dunklin can well say with the I 30, OPA District Director Dr. Jas

the line. In fact the place Fred Apostle Paul, "I have fought a good S. Thomas In Miami said this week
BRYANT BOWDEN . . Editor i
Wi:;on bought about a year ago -s-/ tight I have finished my course, I 1 I Consumers who have any of these

Entered a* ixcoTid close matter Inly has been Improved out of all resell have kept the faith." For he served i I I coupons that represent an unexplred

1, 10H at the Pout Office In Ofcwnobee. blnnci' to Its former self; Insldo as a Baptist missionary in the Ev-J' ration may exchange them for valid
Fin. nmlor Act of )far. 8, 1ST9. I ,
and out, it Is a lovely I home, at- erjclndos for 18 years. And he was | coupons at their local boards, he

SUBSCRIPTION! trn live and commodious, the yard recently honored at the Seventh Annual explained.
----I I I of the Okeuchobee v
One Year In advance . a riot of bloom I 1\ tut Homecoming

Six Months In advance . . The Alderman houses sit closely I Baptist Church. Because tho road was steep and long

Three Months In advance . .75Hc slit,. by alI", surrounded by flowers 1'q T ,i a .. .._ I During hu years of service In that And through a dark and lonely land,

-- -' -- he came to be known and God act lips a
an1' shrvbbcry; they look "lived I charge upon my song

cents>nrlln a' line
fnrnlnhiMl on application Clni"Iflcit tw i> at the Zander place to I' and red. A down or so of his old Joyce Kilter
ndvprtlslnjr' :2 rend earh word
per Inwrtlon All ltom reirnrillng en- in nil of tho pleasant details "i r-- Seminole friends attended the ceremony v
tnrprlnre conducted fnr profit are I his honor. Lun.ber production In the lie
ctinrseahle at advertising' ; rates.AdTertlnlnj ho 0 and;, grounds Henry Pln-o''' I
-' I r. Dunklin, retired and Seaboard served states of Virginia
-- plan' f Is about the most attrmtm v. now ,

l.t of each' month.Mile Parties are parahte unknown' on the to of 'he smaller houses, being pIli nt, I with his char. ing wife, they are North and South Carolina, Georgia,

pntillahers required to ,pay---In -advance--. a "t, off-color green, most effect. I stopping at the'home of their son, Florida and Alabama totaled 7,500-)

iv(' against the vivid green of hi:" Arthur G. Dunklin, on S. Dixie. Tiff 000 board feet in 1944. This wu

THE GAD-FLY wo I''.kept Rrovo. Jay's four-squu'o. I wishes them many more happy and 23% of total U. S. output.ELECTRICAL .

I sub> tantlal house Is sprouting a''' I eventful )'ea'l'l.-Tiff'1 (Palm Beach)

try Marjorie II. Wnllnre no'r roomy front porch. If there y Sunshine Special!

wet space, I could mention a doz- Y ytun "e1,+ ,N+ V WORK

Do you know when Eagle Bay en pleasant items about a dozen / / Lint cotton yields In the six .

Drive Is? It'. an attractive name, different dwellings, for this Is a / ) Southeastern states served by the

don't you think ? Or Is It too hot community of prideful people! elj Seaboard Air Line Railway have Increased P. P. EVANS

to think ? whose homes reflect their self-re from 178 pounds per acre
Eagle Bay Drive turni off the spect. Given a background of exceptional ''In 1828 to 202 pounds per acre at

highway te the south just beyondthe natural beauty and a responsive ..g M flr gt'aatieFF" the present time. HOUSE WIRING

airport road, and It starts out soil, they are matching

bravely with hard surfacing. The Xature'a bounty with their own "II i-.V* kUilng home every night and saving their money for it War

hard surfacing, with characteristic work and plans and dreams, so that BOQul"i

WPA Ineptitude, ends just beforethe EmrTa RAW Drive, where men have II I

houses begin; ends spang In the I
settled, breathes a comfortable,
system of selfish nationalism with deciding their own affairs, just so
middle of the worst sand bed on down-to-earth, tidy, home-sweet-
its greed, hate, Intolerance and long we must look for strife, bloodshed
the line. Thence Eagle Bay Driveis :
atmosphere as you past.
selfishness look
we must for wars and destruction as is evidenced
unashamedly a weeds trail,
But and
yesterday today meet
and rumors of wars and each combat today In the near east. t
straight through for about two the Drive. One Instant admiring
you are takes In more helpless victims Some day perhaps we will aolve
miles to the pot where it has an
the potted plants on a sunny and broadens its scope of destruct the problem of world fellowship
abrupt head-on collision with a
porch the next Instant are
; you ion.
and learn live
to together
as nations
closed gate, and wanders off aimlessly
plunged breathlessly Into the midst
The attitude expressed by those live
In all as we together as states
directions. of prehistoric, changeless Florida, silly protests today are largely responsible We must begin educating the youthof
Along this dirt road you will find brooding over the memories of centuries -
for the
widespread death the world to their Individual responsibility NOW OPEN TO .

the most beautiful natural setting wrapped in the Immeasurable and destruction that has visited the as citizens FIRST of the THE PUBLICREGULAR
to be found In Okeechobee silence of the old. The
county.It very world In the last few years. Had world, then of their nation, state
is high hammock land, its rich hammock closes In on your bit of these people united their efforts in and municipality.We .

and fertile soil set with age-old intruding roadway. The gnarled old I
a fight against the International must establish Internationallaw MEALS .
trees, embellished with crepe myr trees reach out to stop you. The
greed intolerance
and hate that and order that serves our need
tle, oleanders, bouganvillia, wildflowers dense undergrowth toward
have brought this holocaust and
on as effectively as does national law
of all shades and shapes you, and It snaps and crackles as tried &
to about
bring a better understanding International law not for nations,
and sizes, deep green orange and wild things run away from your
between men Instead of but for individuals of all nations.
grapefruit trees, tangles of You and SHORT ORDERS .
lovely car. are something new
all their
efforts then
I exerting to converta Only can we reach and deal
mysterious woodland, folorn and hateful in the serenity of an ancient few isolated Individuals scattered with the criminals whose acts bring

forgotten strips of boom-time sidewalks sanctuary. The next clearing, here and there about the globe, a war to the world. Dealing with them
flourishing gardens along the next bright little house the
; ,
'I lot more good might have been ac- after we have brought war and desolation -
the trail there are houses with that beds of tame and cultivated flow- HOURS :
coirplished. to the world is like waitingto
cherished, cared-for look and wea- ers, bring back to froman
you today
The outlook for the future Is far destroy a mad dog until he has

thered shacks almost hidden behindthe infinity of yesterday. from bright. National selfishness, had an opportunity to bite everyone Open Week Days Q A. M to 10 P. M
bending charity of old oaks. All In a couple of miles
prido and greed has raised Its ugly In the neighborhood Ift
There are light poles, too, now, v I
head in San Francisco and so far v
bringing the convenience of electricity "Too Late to Classify" nothing seems to have been accomplished : Sundays 7 A M. to lp P, M. j* I JC

to Eagle Bay Drive. By Russell Kay at the conference that gives

On the west side of the drive the any hope of world peace and se I True or FalseTest I : .
From authoratlve I -
sources am
houses are set close to the road, on curity. So long as the big powers
informed that certain I -
in this
the east side most of them are groups Insist on the right to do as they your knowledge of your
country are protesting to President Government's War Bond FinancIng -.-
scarcely visible off In the middle please and Ignore the balance of ..
The to
i Truman and Gen. :Marshall against program answers
distance behind the woodland growth the world there can be no permanent these questions, given at the end, i
On the west side live Elmo the type of warfare we are waging peace.It i should be known by every I

Boatright, :Mrs. Smith the against Japan I American. How good are you? I I
Asbury ,
( is evident that
Alderman Ed They speak of Christianity and our leadershiphas 1. 83 million Americans have purchased We Will Not Fail
son Rudy
Jlenry yet to learn that peace can only Series E War Bonds. |
that whole
Davis, Frank Zander, Will Jennings, say our bombing of come through mutual understandingand 2. 84% of all the money ever Invested -

and Fred Wilson; on the east Car- cities Is wrong, that the Japanese fair play. As long as nations in E Bonds is still investedin
people are a good and kindly lot and them. i i
lyle Thomas, Louis Addison, John that insist on keeping other nations as 3. If a Bond is lost, stolen or de- I I
conduct gClUOq
our of the will
Yates, John Norman, Mrs George war serfs and slaves, subject to their stroyed it Is just the same as If the I >
Walker, Henry Pinson, George kill the effects of years of missionary owner had lost the money he Invested ,
will as long as the little peoplesof
work and Christian teaching In i
Smith and Jay Robinson, Bringing the Orient.It the world are denied a voice In 4. E Bonds may be cashed at any I'
the trail to an end at the gate Is qualified bank for their full cost any
Doc Wolff's pasture and farm, and Is extremely .difficult for the time after 60 days from date of issue. ,
normal person to grasp such a view- $. The U S. Government's prom :
off to the west you may see a long | ise to redeem War Bonds any time i
point and the only f Is found
line of new two-byfours which Is answer after 60 days from date of issue Is ,
the start of Joe Wolff's chicken In terming it sheer religious fanatlclm GILBERT just as strong as its promise to i i .
as silly and dangerous as H stand back of a dollar bill.
ranch buildings, Joe la planning : that THEATRE 6. You have to hold a Bond the I'
of the people of Japan itself,
quite an ambitious hennery too. I 'I full ten years to get any interest. I
When his cackle factory is In full I doubt if any of those bird- :.: s :. :.: s:.:.==:.:==::= 7. The lowest-priced War Bond
brained Individuals making such costs $25. |
-wing, he expects to market 300 8. War Bdnds are better thancash. There are new planes to be built
complaint would hesitate to kill a Sunday and Monday new
Sunday dinners every week, as 300 9, Two persons cannot own a War ,
biddies come In at the other end mad-dog should one attack them, June 24-25 Bond jointly. I I tanks new ships. All to bring the war to
regardless of how good and lovable I 10. The only reason we should buy
of the assembly line to start their a companion It may have been or I Ann Sheridan Alexis Smith War Bonds Is to help pay far food, an earlier end.
wire-bound way to a glorious end. ammunition, etc, for the armed
how much they may have loved ''t I Jane Wjman forces. i
Most[ of the places on the Drive prior to Its madness. In ANSWERS I Our fighting men will do their job. But
lire neatly kept and the friendly I 1. True. i
I Japan has assumed the role of- a ,, TheDOUGHGIRLS 2. True. i! we must do ours.

-, -- I mad-dog and so long as she persistsIn 3. False. War Bonds are registered ,,
adhering to It we have no other in the names of their owners, .
and lost Bonds can be replaced. right now, the most important job we
To the Peopleof I course than to make every effort in t : 4. True. I '

this CommunityRemember our power to destroy her. Christianity 9. True. Compare wording on a have is to meet our personal quotas in the

had its chance and the result WAR NEWS Bond and a bill. Seventh War Loan Drive !
the Kid In Upper 6. False. Your Bond Increases in
Four He thinks about you, his was the dastardly attack on CARTOONi value after one year. See the valueson
home folks, even under the Pearl Harbor. Japanese attended the back of the Bond. But I
murderous, lire of chine enemy ma Christian missionary schools to :.: !_:.:_::is:.: 1=5 :.:s get a greater Increase in value you the Those quotas ale big Uncle Sam needs

ners. .gun The longer you hold a Bond up to $1 $7,000,000,000 from individuals. For
qny learn English and secure Information this loanis
at the end of 10 for $3
Q !J7 kid came years every
home the that was later used against us Friday and Saturday 1 you paid. really 2 in 1-there had been 2 drives in
other day to with telling effect. They even accepted 7. False. A $23 Bond costs $18.7S.
receive a l:1 8. True. They can be replaced If 1944, by this time. So now-we've got to doa
decoration.Unashamed. the generous gifts of the lost, they increase in value and they

L ly here.called American Red Cross and instead of SILVER CITY KID can be converted into cash in case two-loan job in one.

say using this material to relieve the of need. 'v .
Ing this sinv with 9. False. War Bonds can be ownedby
pie prayer suffering of their own people, carried Alen LaneJAMBOREE two people as co-owneis or as But Americans have never failed to meeta
I vy-ylk "Fatherin It with them to the Philippines owner and beneficiary. I
as captured supplies have since dis 10. False. Your savings Invested in War Bond quota yet:' and we won't fail
take -1-
broth War Bonds
will also help to stabilize .
Mom and Dad
and !
my now
prices now and to provide for
and sister and all the folks at your
home. Thanks for the food and The Good Book tells us that two security in the future.

water we have in this shell hole. "those who take up the sword shall I V I
Take care of my buddies. Take
care of me. Amen" perish by the sword". Japan took with I! FOR SALE-One fine riding horse

In this case the kid's name up the sword by her own choice Ruth Terry three quarters thoroughbred.East .
was Private Ken Miller of I
Greensburg, Kan., veteran of The sword by which they must perish it Coast Grocery Company, Fort OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
Iwo Jima Private Miller won't Is wielded by America and any Pierce, Florida. ltpdv
mind if you substitute the name
of your boy for his as the boy person who seeks to stay that sword WAR NEWS
who prayed In a foxhole for the would thwart the will of Divine There are more than 87,000,000acres
home folks. The link between :': 3:': :':I i x 1=3 x
foxhole and home Is never broken Justice of available crop land In the t OFFICERS

unless you break it here your. It Is unfortunate that in ; six Southeastern states served by
C. H.
self. Your fighting; sons look; to Coming Attractions President
you in the 7th War Loan to dem many Innocent souls, helplessly carried Seaboard Air Line Railway. N. RAT CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R. B. MESERVE, Vlo -Prei.

onstrate that you are helping by the tide, are made victims Desert Song V
them in one of the most direct Every farm crop produced In the DIRECTORS:
ways open to you, the acquisition of the brutality and Injustice that Since You Went Away
of the most war : you have States may be successfullygrown R. B. Mesem J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0. Pearce Allen MarVham
follows In the wake of the "Four Stage Door Canteen
ever bought in any War Loan. throughout the six South E. M. Meserre C. H. McNulty N. Ray Carroll
THE EDITOR Horsemen", yet as long as we insist Guest In the House eastern states served by the Seaboard -

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IN AND FOIL OKEBCIIOIIKE < NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that jrpGR oKr.EcnnnnE COUNTY To all property owners In OVewhobee -
rot'NTT.CIIANCKHY BENEFIT OF LEGISLATION I PROBATE County : Yon are hereby notified)
'iiiirminnt to Section 9 of Chapter I FI.OIIinA. IN
CASE No. 033 Is It In our Individual Kjllll. Law of Klorliln Art of 1U<7, I In re: Estate of ) that on .TIII, 2nd 1941{ the County
tlnra Tnlilia llnlnnil ) I yours and mine, that known m the MUKI'lIY ACT anti In Charlotte Jnmei ITolmea) lax An.'i>"i>r will meet with the
I'lnlntlff. ) In view of the failure of the Everglades stands apparently Immov- pnriunnce of Chapter snnts. I.nwi of I Deeeaied) County Commlmlnneri In the Court
TII ) ) Flurliln, Act of 1011. known DI the To All Credltori and Persons Having IIoino for the pnrpoie of hearing romtdalnti -
Janiet Roland, ) Drainage District bill to I able between us and perfect free- r\nnji.Ar: DiiuNAon r iS- Claims or Demands Against Said' and, receiving teitlmony ni to
.tpoIont. ) dom? Are we bound and limitedf 1] TlHCr ACT. the following described Fitntt: the value of any property, real or
ORDER TO ,APPFVR pass the recent Legislature, the district live and I Innil situated In 1.\"OrlrlnlpJrnlnage, I You and each of you are hereby penonnl ai fixed by the County
Tim "KIA'lE OH1 FLORIDA commissioners Thursday In \ by the conviction that we lilntrli-t. In Okiwhobeo County. FlorIda notified and required to present any Aumsiiiir of Taxci of perfecting re-
To JAMES IIOIAND, afjdrcii un move and have our being In a I will he offered for sale nt public clulmi and, demnn1! which yon or \'ll'wllllr end eqnnllrlno niseixmentl.P .
known : West Palm Beach voted to make fleshly body surrounded by undesirable I outcry for the highest and bent rash either of ion. mAY hove nitnlnit the E. PitA WOY. Chairman
It In hereby ordered, that you are hid. tihjprt to I the rlffht of thp Trim.t' mute of Charlotte James Ilolmei de- Tlonrd "f Cniintv Cnmmla.loneriOkeechnlice
required to appear" on the 10th clnv of public shortly their plans for future I circumstances, living in I s of the /rat rrt till ununlemioners' cenipil lute of said\ County to the ('u.only, Florida
JnlTi A. D. 1'MI! before ahove-entltleil development without the aid the fear of misfortune and death? mill of the Board of ( of County Judge of Oltecihohie County -- -
Court. to the Hill fl.trlrt\ to reject
the Flurldn, hit office In the rOllrth"lIlp
time felt at Do ?
Who has not at sopie; I Boy: you tnjov Kipling
mtnlimt voil In the ,hoveentitledpaean. of new legislation 'nor and all hide, nt the ConrthiinneI ,
of said Okicchnbce
And the Okeerholieo News llliorobv I W. Turner Wallla, chief engineer, I pressure of some, If not nil of I t","Iniilnir nt Ill( 'xa oVJoi-k A.i.. on the Plorldn within' County eight calendar nt months Girl : Will I don't want to appear -
of mn! A tn nil ,
lath Juh
ilculgnnted A. the newspaper In these barriers to happiness, joy, I day limits of 1 from the time of Inflr't. iubllentlon ignorant, Iriit I don't know
which thin order, shall be : was Instructed to such a 111n,11 I outside the corporate '
prepare "f
this demandshall
I II Istatement notice Pinch cliilm or
? .
fur four ((4) end peace I city miinli'linllt| I>', nl of this date
once a week ho In writing! and hull unite How do you kiple?
"uhlleh.I'1 forth the board'iposition hair' all,1Ihr.e
WIN.fenWITXC81, I setting The tomb did not separate title to fonrtln one of other of all mlnemlii pctrollum will : t thi> .phue" of reildcnre and pint offleeaildrcm __ __ _.._ n_ ___. .
tlio and submit It to of the claimant, and ihall be
Life God. The I l I. nmTM'il' l hv Trustees of the Inter
Knnner ni .Tmlne of this Court and Christ Jesus from ? worn to by the claimant his or her
the sent of tills Court In the Cltv of In the district. with nnl Improvement Fund ; If lands are
: power of God was present limits nt of agent or attorney and any luih claim
\ I within nld corporate
Okporlinbeo, Okeerlinhoe Countv Florliln At the tame timo, Mr. Wallls him even there. NVhen we have this dnte the renomtlim applies but ur diniatid, not 10 filed ihnll be void IMAKEHB
this 11th ilny nf Tone, 10HItOY ItOSIE LEE FLINT
II. It.VI'I.EIHOV. submitted his resignation as engineer I sullered nil that we feel we can :, |irl\lli-irn\ will to be explore conducted. mine on and and ilsveli under -- At executor of the I.nut Will and
Clerk of flronlt Court.Okeoohohee bear humanly, nnd find ourselves tie consent tatthe Teitament of
to the board, explaining that | Ininli only with tho
County Florida' Charlotte James Iloliuei deceased ICE CREAM
rnioments: for
out of reach of human surface owner
(ririMilt Court Seal) First
he was accepting a position 11 engineer condemnation t' "11! right of way 200 feet whim tlllI.e. I juhllcutlou May 4th 1014.
;l'n 1:1.JI: 13Tnl1ohoe..p. as well as human ,. liurilil Trustees from -- -
I reserved
and property general nun- to be ': ll nn Yeah, Sumcbod '. Gotta At hom.-Any 9oeorD.lctoutSmoothNo
Florida, this experience may prove nny lnr".1 through which there ) i let tfvitoli-No o cookingNo '
Juno II th 1941: I I alter for the Brown Drainage Die. the holy place where God's presence .IAt cud rnnil ri-rlaniallnii: and enmment nml for for I This week'i OPA' mail Includesthe whipping--'No scorched,,, flavor Eat/
ilrnlnnire 10..p..lv.-20 Ip. In each 15* pkg
NOTICENOTICE trict. lie agreed to continue to becomes reality to us. We rend. purpose will he reserved by the fallowing observation from a Pltait itnd this od for Ira.fu1l>tit lam,
ll hereby given that then discover the truth of Jesus' Ilinnl of Coiiimlmlonvrii of Everglades pit offer or buy from your groctr.
the Trusted of the Internal Improvement 'j I serve until the board can make sat Iirnltiniie! Dlntrlct.H. southern farm boy contestant In a
I words "The kingdom of God Is
State of i
Fund of the
isfactory arrangements for hand > rrli>lloni
Florida< will offer for sole, to be within you" (Luke 17:21): Lot 12 I'.lk: 2. Southern Pines Victory Garden essay contest: LOnnOnnERRY'rood
ling the engineering work of the I A,1<1ltllln. Hoes and rakes, !
hnssep. :
In his daily life Jesus provedthe UO.ItP OF cOMMlt! lONFTtSor Homemade ice Cram
July 17lh 11143: thi"* following rteirrlhod district. His resignation was accepted truth of everything he taught rvruoiADEs DUAIX. Muscle and heat; I I"You I
Because he understood life to be gotta work
EH of: 8WIot NT.V4: and fCVt' Two bids were received for construction immortal, and lived In the con TltriTEKf N H. 1MPI1OVPMBNT OK THB INTER-FIEND If you're gonna' eat. | IAN ISANCtICS I CALti.Don't .
of Nr'4 South of Ilniioock Meander of water control struck sciousness of immortality, he was 1 OP TUB: STATE OF FLOH- I
Line. Section J2. Township 37 . u _. ___._. ; iDA.. :
smith, Knnffp 33 East.THiS turei and bridges Across the Hollo- able to triumph over the inuiiaiconcepts ------ --
NOTICE ll pnblliihort In com- and death. In his By ROY R. RAUIEH1ON Agent
of life i I Internn) Im.provement .
rllanee with Sections 27007. 270,09 and way Canal and the N. New River for Trustees of the
healing work for others and in his | Fund and for Boardof
2711OU. Florida. Statutes 1041
Canal where it Intersects with the Commissioners of Everiilndei
The iiieeeisful bidder la to pay: the own resurrection he proved forever Okecehobee
advertising coiti. former waterway To care for this that spiritual Life is immortal Prnlniige Florida.NOTICE District, .
The rimteoK of the Internal Im- County
work the City of Fort Lauderdale I -' About
Movement Fund of the State of Florida -- Worry Us !
reserve .the right to relent any Broward County and the Broward The omnipotence of God will I SKIf.OP INTENTION LAND
all MdiHY
ORDER of the Trusted of the Drainage District have. each set up continue to be for us merely a I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Intprnal Improvement Pond of the distant hope unless we, too, strive )niirminnt to eetlon 15 Acts ofChapter
$8,000. The bide Powell Construction
Florida, were, I 5nn I.awl of Florida.
Mlllard< F. Caldwell, Governor Co. Fort Lauderdale to prove this all-power to be real nnd !Section' ((17. Chapter 14717 Law itlhTHEY
-Attestr. I and present in our daily life. The ,f riorldncta of IBM ni amended 'etleIJ
458 Construction Co. $36 liSirtlon, 11 Chapter 20IVW.: Taws of
C. Elliot, Secretary ; Murphy glorious truth of God's omnipresence Florida Acts of 1011, and alio I'are
Trusted I. I. Fund
1 __ 650. and omnipotence, recognizedand I unnt to Section 42. Chapter 20722Lnwi .

NOTICE TO APPEAR The engineer was authorized to accepted, rolls away the stone : of, Florida Arti of 1IM1 220711 ai.
TilE STATE' OF FLORIDA TOt upended by !Section in. Chapter
GEORGE HOWARD WOODLE Route take up the matter with the low of material belief from human Lowe of Florida< Acta of 1041. sued
4, Ilox 30, Keldivllle. North Carolina. and lets In the Section 44. Chapter 20722 Laws of,
You are berebyrequired to bidder and to work out possible understanding ra- Florida Acts of 1141.! aa amended, b"

at my office In Okeechobee, Florida appear, suggested changes In the apecifica- diance of immortality. Section 21 Chapter 22079. Law of
on July 2, A. D. 1945, to bill of complaint tions. In the first epistle of John we described Klorlilnoti lands of In IfMS Okeeobobee{ the following County\ t"

for divorce filed agitnit yon read that "God is love" (I John riorldn' to.,,''' :
hv Okeechohee Mary Lee Woodle County,In Florida.Circuit In Courtof default I, Action of the board In purchasing 4 ::11). Let us then rely upon Love i Lot 3. Itlk 20 South Okeechobce -

whereof Decree Pro Confesso $150,000 worth of district bonds divine to heal us of hatred with lot 10, Blk 4. Bail S/D t
Lot 7. Blk 21 Cltv of Okeechobee
will be
Ok..ph"hpe entered New 1*against designated yon.n The the between meetinjs, after telephonic its cruel shackles. By acknowledging I Loti S & 9, Blk. 23 City of Okee- i

newspaper In which thli order shall conference the all-power of divine chobee
ratified. It
was was reported
lot T, Blk. 4. Great lakei lID
he I
published once each week for fonrpon..IIII" Love enter Into a fuller realization -
weeks that the bonds, callable In i Loll 3 & 4, Blk. 01, City of Okeeehobee -
of the significance Jesus'resurrection
Witness mv hand and official sealat .
Okeechobee, Okeechobee COllnt,. 1947 at 105 were purchased at and we begin to Lots 1 & 2, Blk 214, City of Okee.rhohoe I \ rr

Florida this Mst day of May, 1945. 106.05 at of in Interest I
ROY R a saving $6,109 partake In the great resurrectionfrom Lots it. 0 & 10 Blk. 170, City ofOkeeehobee
Clerk of Circuit RAULERSON Court. Okea- This amount was deducted all sin, disease, and death. i I e'4

chobee County, Florida from the debt budget, which was As we awaken to the fact that life Lots 11 & 12. Blk 170 City of
Bj Doris Gardner, D. C.JlrJdhlfl Is spiritual not material, we can
adopted without protest:, I 11 Blk. 133: City of Okee- I
relinquish our grasp on fallible rhobee
The cooperative agreement with mortal concepts concerning our Loti 4 A 5, Blk. 154, City of Okee- t

the U. S. Geological Survey for selves and our fellow man. We I ehobeeLoti S & 6, Blk 177, City of Okee-

ground lurface water studies was can grow more willing to recog- chobee ,
will he offered for sale at public ont.i
voted renewed for another year. nize that man Is made in the Image I cry for the blithest anti bout cash Mil. I

The question of proposed work and likeness of God; that he subject to the right of the Board of I tell us that the fat salvage problem has got to be licked
is created to manifest God's infinite |I Commissioner of Everglades Pralnaze '
which the City of Miami would like !nistrlot' anil/or Bonrd of Comity small cities, the towns and on the /arms.
goodness. Thus we shall Cnminlssloiiprs of Okecihohre County
to undertake on conduits In the Miami find the stone rolled away from Florida to reject nnv: and all l bide, Our country has to have one hundred million more poundsof

Canal and changes In the 36th the tomb of material sense. We I I nt n'clork the Courthouse A. M on, hptfttinliiff the 1111h' nt dAY 10:on of used rats this year. And we're the people who must save it.

St. structure were referred to Dew. have only begun to grasp the pos Jr.nlV.: 1043.\ : Easement for drainage We've rolled up our sleeves! We'll save every drop and bit

j ey Hillsback, commissioner from sibilities which the understand I wilt and reclamation ne nmeneilPOVRD and road purposes possible. .and keep doing it till the last Jap is licked .. 1
ing of omnipotent Love and Its OP COVfVflSSIONER:<<
Mian-J, now Ill application to our human life OP EVFHOrAnES DRAIN-i, HOW TO DO "I Save all used rats in a tin can. Keep it handyto

A request from J. A. Lopez, Coral problems open up to us. In one I' AGE:soulBOAIID DISTRICT the stove. Scrape your broilers and roasting pans, skim soups

Gables, to undertake certain dyking of her poems (Poems, p. 4), Mary | OF COUNTY COM and gravies. Keep meat trimmings and table scraps in a bowl.

I art operation. on property on the West Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and I BEE VSIOVEK1 COVNTV.OK'TO'UA.OKFFCIIO- Melt them down when your oven's going, add the

I Palm Beach Canal, was granted Founder of Christian Science, By ROY II. HAUI.EH1OX, a liquid fat to the salvage can. Take can to your

with the provision that he grant a writes; / Clerk Okpechobe of the Countv.Circuit Court.Florida of butcher as soon as it's 'ull. He will give you four

I as agent for nlM Hoard. cents and two red points for every pound. Your
compensating right-of-way. "Love is with
our refuge; only By DORIS GARDNER
-, tlf County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent can
Deputy Clerk
Inquiry was received from the mine eye I
Can 1 behold the the r' Y give you full particulars.
Pahokee and Pelican Lake Drainage snare, Pit'j' Annual peanut production In the .
the fall: '
Districts relative to In .ln Southeastern
hyacinths states served by
His habitation high is here and 1
the West Palm Beach Canal, and it nigh, I I the Seaboard Air Line Railway Increased 100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year!

was reported that these were being His arm encircles me, and from 600,000,000 pounds In
tJ by VFA and OPA. Ptl .
Approt /o, ly
moved down aa far as the 20-Mile: mine, and all." I 1928 to 1,500,000,000 pounds In Industry.

Bend. I 1944.

THE GREATEST -TkeCAriatian kclcnce Monitor I _
The board authorized officials
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to certify tax lists Jo the tax -v-

assessors.Clewiston News. I, Gems for Your Scrapbook

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INCLUDING !MAN, EOL> ED -- s. ,ri'

? /t BY ATOMIC FORCE Jesus went about all Galilee,

teaching In their synagogues and

"Is the Universe, Including Man, preaching the gospel of the kingdomand

I OF ALL. Evolved by Atomic Force" ls the healing all manner of sickness c t

subject of the lesson-sermon which and all manner of disease among -I-,.

Il's war bonds to help will be read In Churches of Christ the people.-.Matthew 4: 23. : ? (

Scientist, throughout the world on

I them build and furnish Sunday, June Si. The divinity of St. John's Gospel I .C

that post war home. For The Golden Text ii: "The earth brings to view overwhelming tides e

U the Lord's, and the fullness of revelation, and its spirit ii

weddings, for graduations thereof; the world, and they that I baptismal; he chronicles this teaching I\ -

: "A new commandment I give /7 r
dwell therein" (Psalms 24: 1).
for all occasions
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Among the citations which comprise unto you, That ye love one another _

war bonds make the the letson-iermon la the I -Mary Baker Eddy.Tommy t

I most suitable gifts.Give following from the Bible: "By the 'Ct

word of the Lord were the heavens

them now, during the made; and all the host of them by .

the breath of his mouth. For' he and Sis, q
7th War Loan Drive.
spake, and It was done; he com They Can't Miss

manded, and it stood fast" (Psalms

.MMMTT 23) 6, 9). Through his profits ai a junior t .

J The lesBon-iermon includes the street salesman of a Kansas newspaper
nine-year-old Tommy
following passage from the ChristIan Jovalli li the proud possessor of ..

Science textbook, "Science a $100 and a $SO War Bond. But 0. r
he doesn't own them alone. He "
and Health with Key the
1q1 asked the man at the post o Dc.

9ive Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy to make them out In hit name '. .... "

"Infinite Mind creates and governs with hit two-year-old sister, I .a.....
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Frances, aa co-owner. H. pre- I .
all, from the mental monecule
to sented them to her on their joint .
WAR BONDS infinity This divine Principle of birthday last month. .. ,. ,

all expresses Science and art Tommy hat been "In business"since .. '" '
last July. Every afternooa
INSTEAD. throughout Hii creation, and the after school, he piles hit warn FRED: "Is it true, Judge, that a war can't a more human role. The medical supplies

Immortality of man and the uni up and down Kansas Avenue In be won without the use of war-alcohol. ? which our military doctors use to alleviate

vena Creation Is ever appearing, Topeka. the kind the beverage distillers have been combat infection lives
"11 was his own Idea to save pain, save are pre
n.wl PO_i. 1Gn'r cowruir and must ever continue to appear bit money," according to hit producing for the government for over pared with war-alcohol.

'' from the nature of Its Inexhaustible father. "As soon at he started, two ?"
.... he began bringing bit years FRED "No wonder then and
source" (p. 6071 24-29). money : more more .
v home to hit mother, and asked OLD JUDGE: "That's right Fred. It Is a people are recognizing the great contribu-
her to save It for him. He wanted
During the past five years, 5,000- to put It Into War Bonds He basic ingredient in the smokeless powder tion our beverage distillers have made to

M a.la.ri a. 000 acres of Dew improved pasturage wanted to" do something for hit used in virtually every firearm from a pistol the winning of the war with their doubU-
T DAYS WITH have been' planted in the alx Asked what he Intended to use to a 16-inch gun. And, in addition, it plays duty product."
Southeastern states served by the the bonds for, Tommy replied,
LIQUID for' I "Some day I want to go to college -
Seaboard Air Line
MALARIALSYMPTOMS and I want Frances to go,
6 6 6 v too." Till tiwltimnl iftntftiJ ly Can/", ...,>/laMIt Hump '"4I1M'i.., INS.aAtta .

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