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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: February 28, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-_ Okeechobee, Florida February 28.1947

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II John C. Smith I Is r MORE'POWER FOR FLORIDA FEBRUARY MEETINGOF -- --- ---- ----

Many AlieN F '
PARENT-TEACHER ..

j AppoiNted| > To The ASSOCIATION HELDThe Power & Light Ct


t Committee of 67 local P.rent-Teachers Aseoit-; ,

Hon held Its February meeting!' in tve Dedication ServicesBy
i --- school auditorium last Thursday

The Olr..choheeew.. I* t.. reet night, when it observed the annual

t t of of a Ie.a tory from the University T ,+.e. :': :", Founder day annirersary the program H H. RsuleronaMyor, City of
Florida at Gainesville announcing being in charge of Mrs E. II Okeechobe)
the appointment of John C. Smith I Hunt.
;. of Okeechobee as a irember of the I Preceding the meeting, the high I attended the dedication of the
commite on PaMle Relations for the -.L." school band delighted the audience ":ver steam electric station of the

university The committee i* composed with a band concert. Florid Power and Lis-ht Co, at Rliera -
of students from each of the Mrs Hunt gave a brief summary of and West Palm Beach Tuesday
'. sixty.seven counties of the state and i the founding of the P-T A. and the .f- oar party was w. J. Hendry.

if known as "The Committee of Slits introduced the guest speaker Alexander tary" P"rbn01l. loral manarer:

Seen" .- --.. Sprout who centered his H. MeTaoraM. S R Rofjnider
The committee will firry Mary Schulman and myself
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t on a thoughts on the "American Home"During ,
itae wide public relation drive program the .evening the past presi. On oar arrival at the plant we were
i to inform the people of Florida dents of the association were honored shown through the various depart
the ..
the press and State Legislator of those ia attendance being Mrs. J. M. ents of the bending and plant.I .
university's current and future Roe Mrs. H. H. Ranlerson. Mrs. E. ;I Guides explained the various raaehia.ierv .

need. H. Hunt, Mrs J. T. Hancock, Mrs A.j i what it did etc. This plant is
-- - J. Boettger Mr*. Allen :Markham and the most modern operating plant in

Fine Arts Club Met Mr*. J. E. Cone. i the V S A. The interior i* as clean
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At the close refreshments were; aid well kept a* a modem office

served in the school cafeteria I I bu.Idtng, There i* no grease dirt.or
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dust Uv
With Mrs. usa" associated with arachl%
Ctxely .. I ; .rv Tae West Palm Beach Hb>
Developing 66,000 horsepower Florida Power and Light Company's newly finished generating station RI- Chilled Incubator school band was present to furnish

OR Last viera.. system providing for iro'ir for the Ot'euion. There was:a
Thursday the immediate and future growth of areas served by the company Several thousand visitors inspected the huge refreshment stand where soft driaksd
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plant Tuesday at its dedication ceremonies. The station covers 21 acres and its turbine-generator, largest Caused Death of cracker were served absolutely "

I single unit in Florida Power and Light Company's en Ire. system whirls its blades. at a speed faster than i free. Several thousand people' at.
The Fi-. Arts club w%. entertained sound. % 'ended during the afternoon Several

1 last Thursday at the horn of Vr.. T. -- Baby Suit Claims buses from various schools carrying
W Cnnely Jr, Mrs W. D. Boehmer t chool rhllJren were in attendance.

serving ss ,.o-ll05t..ell. Ocala Becoming REVIVAL SERVICFJ? AT Bee Lie --,-, \| An Okeeehobe bus load of schoolchildren

One of the most outstanding programs MISSIONARY BAPTIST Highway Fort Pierce Feb 25. Allerl'a were present and took In the
in recent r-.' ante" The school authoritiesw
years was presented negligence in the operation of a re
i by :Mrs T. T Stevens of Miami. president Noted As Stock WILL CLOSE SUNDAY Association. baby incubator which ensed his infant unable to find a driver for a
of the Bookfellows club Group son to become chilled and die choral bus "o "Parky," as he Is well
'TM wa her ponnlar "Uncle" Rem I conducted by the Independent Mi Chester L Raulerson of Okeechobe. *own in Okeeesobee not to be out.done.

n;" program in which she was a*. Center of State sionary Baptists under their tent will Elect New Officers has filed a $25.000 damage suit in chartered Nix's bus and sent
If ted by Mrs. Walter Beekman. MrsBeatrice continue on through Sunday night circuit court here against Fort Pierre about forty school children over to
Hunt and Mrs Will Prestonall I The services Sunday night at 7:30 Memorial hospitaL i iI enjoy the celebration

of Miami CV..la. Feb 2-5-, TM Central Fior-'I will close' the two weeks meeting The declaration sets out that the At the dinner at the George Wa X"gton -
Rev. Freddie Robins
i Mrs Strvena onened the program id* city. rapidly winning recognitionas assisted by Rev. )I. M ,Martin evangelist have, 1'f H Fa<>'**rso" was .l-ct>d Presi. rhfld was born at the hospital March hotel sponsored by the Ri-
with an interesting account of I 27 1946 and of
the instructions
a livestock center, Is enjoying one added number of the' Bee Line Highway Asno- upon 'lera and West Palm Beach Chvtber
j a of new members to
life of Joel Chandler Harris, another of the biggest weeks in its history, the church roll and no doubt I..tio.. rot its annual oneetiFg in Se- the attending physician was placedin of Commerce Harold Collee of the
t of the Uncle Remus stories. She then more the incubator after birthIt ..
shortly *
bring' last Friday "torit State Chamber o Commercewas
with 406 animals bemp paraded be.four will 1
introduced Mrs: Beckiran of the become member before the U in the declaration that .
one charged
I [ principal speaker Phil O'Conwl
11 state's the tndg'M In the Seventh Annual meeting closes Sunday nfcrbt Under Other officers chosen bv the groan i iI
outstanding readers of the incubator would not maintain
nrZroI'alert Southeastern Fat Stock show and sale ;the leader.hlp'of Rev Robins and which Is working toward the eon, a wftr of ceremonies and did a
who read Harris familiar constant of
I degree temperature
cilob of Introducing of
which opened last Tuesday In' Ocala'snew | Rev Martin the church will soon begin i s rnetton 0''trf'lf't route fron.Tam- mayors
'Tar Baby and 'Brer Rabbits Laughing iI i which defect was known or by due cities and other dignitaries. McGre
livestock show pavilion \ the erection of a new church I I n| tit W>"t Palm Beaeh were*
Place' The event largest of its kind in I I Ithe building in Okeechobee on a site that 1\V, II. Shafer. o' TsronaT, Win exercise of car should have beenknown for Sm"h present! of the Florida
j to said ddend..tbut that the
Interspersed during the ;
programwere I Ioutb..st. it Power md fight Company intr Ked"o""pallJ'
primarily will be of West Palm I
is for junior) purchased as soon as one can Beach and "careless and .
the vocal solo "Mighty Lak aRose" defendant was negligent .
exhibitors Its appeal to the youngerbreeders be located Already they have sub-1'I l1f.i"" Cllett. of Bowling C en.1 dignitaries and managers."H
and "Just Awearyin for You and that operation of the inri4 $
credit to the who
r men actuallyM
of beef animals is reflectedin scribed over a thousand dollars to'I'1 f presidents and Mrs Lawler. o* ,
sung by Mrs. Hunt a popular soprano the fact that the 1947 show attracted begin the actual construction of the I,;OtN'ehobee. If'cretarv.treasut'f'I' I the work.
of Miami musical circles, : employee who carelessly al
A'l In rll It was rand affair and
These officers
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owners of beef animals from ,,church building.i'Rev. ( and the follow nrCptprise
companied by Mrs. Preston also weal lowed the te iperature to drop" and
4-H clubs throughout the State and I I M M. Martin has been called the directorate: M W Wool.] thoroughly enjoyed by all present
known as a pianist to Miami music I I chill the infant. whose death occurred
61 from FFA chapters. A three. las r the first pastor for the new py of Lakeland, charman: C. MYl..t..hf'r
lovers April 2, 194$
day championship rodeo was coupled church of Indiantown S. R. Reifdr .
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exceptional was arranged ______
program with this year's fat stock show and ---- --- of 01tpf!<'hobee; Ford lIea ock. HARGRAVES IN EASTgQ'JlI2.9W4
.for Mrs:tJ. T. .Htacock 11..l
by sale, and the liJt-d.; program la'eg.pertedtosatrae4the -. J' ; McDonald and C. E. Weaver of PUPILS OF MR. KENT
._;and 4k*:, Juk;..feeldfrlftinh" : greateststrrirof ")Many;:. 'BillsBeingAdvertised !It; ln1nir''B.Pr.atott.: ." of..Wau. PT ANSREMODELING.
RECITAL #<
lug such an opportualty.'F' visitors the: city has ever enter* I..hul.E.. 'Stampf and Lake -HIt :TO'ERESENT ? .; STOt "' "
Prior to the meeting a luncheon "
tained tat Tif We t Palm Beach J. A. '
; AT THE HIGH SCHOOLOn
was held for the guests at the Southland Before Whiting of W :
--- --- Tampa: W Nichelroaec
hotel at which time they were rrtrr c" Grocery
-- s and Market
Re1PUng Green and R. L Stoke
presented with corsages by the club New Law Will of 7 h v ..-at.- t*4t Pf".c f.rw t5.er.1
LorJda. On Friday evening, March at 8o'clock .
president Mrs. A. H. Davis. ;... "N>-".iew _A iw r"t.tvatt4.et. .
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Legislature Opens .. the piano pupils of M. O
Luncheon arrangements were in -- --- f.. e1: erflrro t" be=t., tlo. -......... .
Kent will present a piano t+- tal
rhsrre of Mrs; H. H. Rsulerson, Mrs. Give Veterans Six I the high school auditorium. Some of 1 c 0' their belaler; I."tn.l r" >'.-.tAkeerhohee

A. II Davis and Mrs J. T. Hancock Snonsors of nroae.t 'I Rollins College the band soloists will add variety with and th.v expect to Lain
The flotal decorations at the Cone new local and : !*.* set'.-l week tn the next few dare.
srci" laws other instrumental solos AdmissionIs
ly home were very attracive, being More Months Already a* beginning to The 1'1..< cell fnr cor'aete remode'ir -
i
take the first steps i. the of free and everyone cordially invited
arranged from native Florida plants process Annual Magazine to attend oe the befiding along wodern
steering valid till through the legislature
Concluding the meeting tea was '1;n-s and enlarrinr the building to
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when it ,
served to the members and their convenes April 8 make room for wore than twice the
v..t.s of World War II have The forerunners of a host of fine flSSUE MAILING FOR .. ..
,
guests-Mrs: John McNeill presidingat Now Off The Press oust o floor naee It wow h-
)y printed notices of intention to
tfiVaYn* 's been given six additional months in DOCTORS AVAILABLE New ..h"Jrirtwill, te installed to aoeom
Present were Mrs. A. H. Davis Mrs wteh to reinstate their National seek special legislation have appeared ", odate the 4o-datc dep..rtm*-ttom

N. Zelmenovitx. Miss Jo Fairish Mrs L in that will be .t1.-e
E. H. Hunt Mrs M. Barlett Mrs physical examination Joseph E newspaper counties ? .t WiPt y Perknshti.hed Ifie of dry goods and elothlng,.
I af *ted by the acts Its 2/\th i>Tt*l "osa world"dlt1n i
R.; E. Link. Mr John McNeiU. Mr*. Gum. contact officer of the Veterans The present port wilt be
Th. notices are reaulred by the 0' the Arrested M, .rln' phase of the proposed Florida grocery t
Administration contact office in West
J. H. McCramie. Mr*. W. A. Markham J Jest Sousa control already de. changed and a self service grocery
constitution Gtie allv. unless a with V. R ".11"r cancer program
Mr J. Nalley Mr. J. T. HaneocJt. Prim Beach reported this week.A ; .. will the
department rplac
special or local bill carries a cert If ie t.v Koo Chinese ambassador to the veloped by the State Board of Health present
Mrs. H. H. Raulerson Mrs Bryant pew law paned la..t week by .te that the notice: ha< been pub. I'nited Bowden. Mrs C. Boyles. Mrs. C. Dur. Congress and signed by the president. Uhed a> least 30 days prior to rroup of Internationalists making service This service U available replace the present oa*.
raacc Mrs. W. D. Boebmer Mrs. A. elves the administrator of veterans its introduction it cannot be passed. pleas for world order and lasting to t all physicians ia the State It I A "eve re.crete drive way will be
J. Boettger the hostesses and the affsi.a authority to determine the The notice must "state the substance peace encourage the more frequent use of "itt in the front and complete newfilTng

following guests: Mrs. D. R. McNelll, conditions of reinstatement on TsSLI of the contemplated law." The III eo"tributora J"d"tt William the biopsy test used by physician station equipment will be-la.

Mrs. O. L Hunt Mrs. M. McCarthy policies There Is one other way. usually O. Douglas, associate justice of where' a small piece of tissue Is **.'shoed for distribution .f AUnUe.
)Ira. A. Sprunt. Mrs. C. F. Jenkins V. S. Parker Miami VA regional harder That involves a clause in the U. S. supreme court Alexander moved from a satpicioas cancer leis Whit Flash gasoline and .n..
Mrs. W. E. Crosen. Mrs A. B. Me Kin, mai>a er, was advised by General the act providing that it shall not w. Weddell former ambassador to son. When completed the new place trill
non, Mrs.' ff H UcDougald. Mrs. R. Omar Bradley, VA administrator, that become effective until it has been Spain and Argentine: W. T. Holl Anyone medically Indigent can now be a modern: store balding with mOre
M.' Vague and Mr*. E. U.' Meserve. under his new authority he was directed ratified by a majority of voters In ,day, president of the Standard 011 go to his family physician for a teat i than double the present floor space

that NSLI term policies which the area affected Co. of Ohio* Eldridr Haynes publ' and receive an expert diagnosis from I with new grocery shelves sad new
t here lapsed at anytiire way be reinstated A local law is Just what the name ..her of Modern Magazine; James anyone of the pathologist to whom show cases.WOMEN'S. -

FlirWa ExpoSitionE t by payment of two monthly Implies. It Is a statute which involves B Carey, secretary.treasurer of the the specimen is submitted |

i premiums and a comparative health no more than one county, or CIO Dr Laurence Duggsn. directorof Development of this service prom-
st'tmente tersn seeking to rein one city or some special taxing district. the Institute international Edu. {sea to bean important factor ia the SOCIETY
n ie! d Saturday I state under this provision dimply signa f'"tio" and Chandrame Penn Pass early diagnosis of a Beer which U the t
: statement that they Are In ." good Local bills make up by far the..ol'11ter president of Isabella Thom most Important phase in control j HELD MEETING IN
'health a* at the time their policies majority of acts passed by the barn t'olleID India. this disease. Once cancer is Olt METHODIST CHURCH i

With Record Crowd lapsed.r Florida legislature, but they seldom Contributors representing many seed It can be -cured, if found ..----t .

The new liberal rei...ati.>*nt prix take up their share of the legislators "vhases>> of American life were: Fred enough
'Dor will remain in-effect until Aog time They pass In batches Stone of the stan, and his "a ark tel', Because of the severe cold the
The" Florida 1tr"s Expositionr.ng *'"' i. Cum advised Previously a dozens of them on a single roll call Paula. a Broadway play producer AMERICAN LEGION business and social meeting of the

down the curtain last Saturday night deadline of February 1. 1947. had been because of a traditional policy of one Joe Tinker of Tlnker-io-Evers-to- AUXILIARY HELD I Women's Society of Christian Service
en the St.t.'a only aH-eitrus show set for relnststeirents on a comparative legislators going along with special.Chance baseball fame; Dr. Kathryn was held i* the Methodist ehwrch aditonura ..

with .... *tte..< .,,ce during the week health, basis. acts sought by another : Abbey Han...- Florida author.hlstor. MEET WEDNESDAYThe Tuesday aftsn ea. Where
t .f 11511 visitors, which broke all t'nder fhe new law veteran ma Because of the hasty consideration :ian; Dr. William Truant Foster, i comfort and cheer had been provided. -

.w records for 1U !]rat ysr of opera. also obtain any permanent NSLI given to them by the legislature it-1 t former president of Reed college, American Legion Auxiliarymet .

Lion, it ws announced by General plan from the VA without the neces. elf, perhaps the constitution pro. Oregon; Harold M Sherman play. Wednesday afternoon at the: During the bualaess session the officers -
Manager PhU E. Lucey sity of previously bolting term Insurance Tides that the local people have a. Wright: Lois Lenskl author; and Woman's club. Mrs. Mary Caaelli for the new year were installed!

Under the old law the VA : chance either before or after passage Carols Bell Williams, impersonator of Post No. 73 Wallingford. Conn,I in an impressive service conductedby

Governor was required to issue NS1.t originally: I j jon I to express their views. Hence the From a canopied platform these was a visitor at the meeting The | the pastorS .
Caldwell visited the exposition along a term plan only and it bad to be [published notice or the referendum contributors read their manuscript Auxiliary win start a series of bingo S } W R, Howell presented the

with more than 200 editor and pubU.hen earned on that: basis for one year clause requirements over loud speakers to more than 7,000 parties at the Woman club be program using a* her topic"Children
from all sections of the State. before it could be converted to a t Representative W. J. Hendry asks 4 Subscribers" of the magazine who sing in the middle of March or Ia.1 of'the World." Mrs.HoweO especial.ly .
Newsmen. and officials gathered that permanent plan. all of those who may have some local:were seated out of doors oa campstools soon a* warm weather set if'atell. .> etnphaaiaed the negro race and
night to attend the annual Press The new Art provides In certain j[or special legislation they want passed -, and bleachers on the Rollins. the News. and and poster in the!I rave local statistics that were praetiularly -
breakfast which was featured by elves, for automatic conversion of j at the coming session to bear In j jI campus I I IDr stores for the first game: J[ interesting: She also brought
gridiron acts and lampooning of big ter ivsuranee to a permanent plan I r.if>d that it trust be advertised for a ; Hamilton Holt, president and I excerpt from the address given ia.

shots In citrus and public life for policyholders who are totally disabled period of thirty ltli:;: cannot goon i Dr E. O Graver vice president M. MILLER. PAHOKEE Orlando by BUho? Gsrber. oa the-
Despite the recent It Mae, this Under the old law if they the calendar Rollins college acted as editor and critical of war torn countries
year's exposition featured some of failed to convert within the texas pe (j The countyeity a..l any others onbltsher for the 20th year of publication. PURCHASED LLOYD'S> Mrs F. W. Zander and Mr*. D. :3V

the most expansive citrus exhibits tied their insurance protection I I who expect to ask for the passage of SHOE SHOP HERE Cassel from the Martha elects were
i ever shown and many products allied I ceased. local laws should begin their advert hostesses for the social hoar ana ..r
't to the citrus! industry were shown AU NSLI policies provide for a. Using as soon as possible and also| W.M.U. MET TUESDAY i: --,- served deUcfoa refreshments'. from
:: for the first time I II waiver of premiums for veterans who present }fr. Hendry with an outll The W. M. U. of the Baptist Announcement as made Chit week an attractive tea table.
disabled six their proposed bill which will give: that It. Miller of Pahokee has purchased Those present were Mrs. Wade
# i- Miss Sane Stllley lovely l8year.1old becon totally for or church met Tuesday afternoon for
Winter Haven girl was selected more consecutive aronths Even I' ple.*y of time for it to be passed ; their regular meeting. Mrs Joel the Okeechobee Shoe Shop andtook S-eU. )(ra. 0. 1. Haut Mrs. R. K.
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queen of the exposition by HarryConover j i though premiums are being waived C ft ikon! Clay left Wednesday :; Kalley addressed the group. | Charge of same Monday Mr. Link Mrs. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. P. P.
,head of the modeling agency I I these veterans can convert their terra night for Miami where he will board Miller bas operated a shot repairbssitess Evsis, Mrs. C. 41 Parkerson, 'irs.AngU .

"Candy" Jones, famous cover glrU I I policies' to all types of permanent la. I a plane for Camden New Jersey as -i i Mrs. Mae Keen of Fort Meade at Pahokee for the past Baas Miss J. Parrish. Mr*.
and Johnnie Olsen, whose radio network surance except that for m endow representative for Bennies Supply t.: Mrs. Mae Baker of Casey. Ill, were); twelve. years and i* an experienced F W. Zander. Mrs. W. R. Howell '
show 'Ladies Be Seated was ascot plan The premium will be I tour the chemical pUaU .( R. M. visitor spending last Friday and I 1 the repair mas. Mrs. D. It.XtNet11, Mrs. Sprunt, Mn.J 1
broadcast daily fl'OlIIbe LakeSilver waived during continuance of total Holbagshead makers .f Whix. He rday la Okeechobee visiting Mrs,- He has not ..Yed his family; here, B. Stuart, Mrs. D. W. Cancel and ;
but to do ..
-expects so soon a* be aunt also. tier ,slster-iaJaw =
amphitheater. disability. will return Sunday Keen's sister )Irs.. Bryant Bowden. Mrs I
can make the aeee..ar7art1l..ea.ta.. Myrtle. Elf bank_ of Phtlji_ _*_ i

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Sunday and.Monday, March 2 and 3 Tuesday, March 4 Wednesday and*Thursdav" March '5-6 Friday and

GUYS fROM MILWAUKEE SCOTLAND YARD INVESTIGATOR 'FAITHFUL: Saturday, March'7-8,
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fierce IIMpt UNEASY OVER FLIGHTSWASHINGTON.The Discouraged about your constipationT -
splurge of The Specialist Versus Then read this sincere
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Mrs. Hele recent air crashes It causing considerable The Old Family Doctor unsolicited letter: :V"I V

Inr to returt worry to the secret service tried b s557 kinds.r Ju.tIwa.t.i be"
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after apendTt agents responsible for the life of the J Dr Waiard a Rappleye. dean of on failed to do,their bat after work.a I vh3 started they to afi':

her brothewtauffered President.The the Columbia college of physicians KELUXXTS ALI-BRjUt hems tins .Ott..
a t secret service is afraid the says the day of the general prae- Sad vu nrprfacd to Sad ibis vaDtefd
mornIng. fIc day may come when the President's is gone. What he means Is product helped M u many bzatiTes ha*
tioner Wkd to ox I
:prove special plane "The Sacred Cow." when a sick Mt itcvay V sow ud m
has passed
tipsy
the era to I
that ny fed Eke a MW m..,r Hz.
also may encounter bad weather or man could get anybody to late to B. Lee Want IIS Park AKBO, ZJg*.
W. L Lao mechanical trouble. They also know him for $2. wood t, X. X.

left Wedne something about the President's.pro- Yea

where theyettendtng penalty for taking off. rain or shine PBESIDENT-ELECT Presi I The age of th-p alist has been laxly often eating brings ALL-BRAN lattixg reef .

tt and it keeps them awake at nights dentElect'TholDU Beretta of171'1I&1I& sweeping over us at high speed from constipation due to lack of
r thinking about. It. When be wantsto and today the doctor's bill at times bulk in the diet. For best results,
upon his arrival at Mi
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go some place he simply ailment eat it for breakfast
goes.Result more pain than the every days
-- ami. Fla. en route to Washington brings and drink
Is that a quiet cam D. c.. to confer with President The old-time family doctor who was for ten days plenty rUb of. water. Try it

Rt&I paign U tinder way inside the Truman as well as representativesof I'no one-line marvel but who could are DOt completely, satisfied that time yon

I secret service to persuade the his government make you feel better without financial KELLoGG'S\ALL-BRAN.. send with
President to abandon air travel complications has about disappeared the empty carton to the Keliogr

-- .. I generally. They want him to t2 as Dr. Rappleye says. Andit Company Battle Creek.Michigan,
take the train-as President hRyo saddens us. and get double your mosey bade;
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Roosevelt did almost ail -
on occasions. -
I was ALL-BRAN is not a purgative
doctor
fashloaed
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FDR enjoyed train travel. It rested often wrong and frequently stumped the vital outer layers of whale

him and gave him a chance to but be was always deeply and per- wheat.Eat daily either as a cereal

get caught up with his correspondence. ... I I tonally Interested. He lacked the or in mn lns. Ask JOUr grocer for
Truman however loves the specialist's brain but his heart was AELLoGG'S ALL-BRAN.
WAR AFTERMATH Washed ashore one mile from Pacific Beach
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speed of an airplane. Be can get In the right place. His greatest
Wash. was the mine pictured at bottom where It Is being compared
to Kansas City in four hours where | toe was a sense of obligation to
with the size of a Jeep. The mine is believed to nave been In the waterat
as it would take him two eights and any sick call regardless of money
least two years and supposedly came from a Japanese harbor
a day by train. time or distance.
Defense installation. Top shows the demolition by; Lt. Devon G.
The I
secret service has never recovered Winslow. who during the past year has disposed of 11 mines which t
f I
from the scare it received He lacked plenty of stuff but he
were washed ashore the Pacific coast.
on
t tf on t Christmas. 1943. when Mr. Truman would answer a can in the middle i

ti >- 'flew home to Independence I of the night and get to a patient
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,i 4 in weather that had grounded I, through mud up to his buttocks and

d all commercial airlines. However snow up to his chin.I Outdoors
the President is a hard man to any

persuade and his secret service I He would ;wherever a man weather feet keep :;

..."". bodyguards are not any too optimistic I could carry a bag a stethoscope comfortable wirt SOLES
about the chances of keepinghim and a smile
.
-.. grounded. --- -.- as well as !!eels by

L il NEW SOLICITOR GENERAL .
Even when he wasn't very goodas O'Sull' nM
_,s AIR CRASHES Philip B. Perlman Baltimore a doctor he cheered you up as

-:- Despite the recent: series of air who was nominated by President a fellow man.
,- :: : crashes fact remains that commercial Truman to be solicitor general -.-

,,"-; >%'' air lines hung up twice as goodsafety of the United States to succeed J. He would see you. at the office
c -; record: in 1946 as in 1943. Howard McGrath now a U. S., most any time without preliminary
l: .' '., Although the total number of aircraft senator from Rhode Island. palaverings or negotiations and
.
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: :, fatalities Increased. it is important
; there was no pay-as-you-enter system
I'l. >:-, to recall that the airlines no portal to portal contacts with
: "i'.. flew twice as many passenger miles outlying secretaries and no impression -

1 in '46. This cut the fatality rate in that ;you were in luck to gala

half.Another admittance.
factor most people overlook -.-

is that the Civil Aeronautics authority The first words of the old time

which regulates commercial general practioner were "Lemmesee j

flying is operating in the face of apinchpenny your tongue." The specialist

congressional appropri doesnt want to see It. It oversimplifies

ation. Despite the small appropriation the matter and is strictly a

CAA worked out a bad-weath .. two-dollar routine.
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er Instrument-landing system. which REPAYS DEBT BY SAVING DOG'S LIFE ... Sonny. Wells Stone -.- -
'; has now been adopted by every Mountain, Ga., right who said he was' once caved from drowning The old-fashioned Naawbones"bew WHY PAY

country including. .the. Russians. by "an old bound dog" repaid the debt recently when be rescued you from the cradle to the 'E :

., the dog shown here from several hundred feet down the steep side of grave not from the cradle to the I E 'O REIO'
ARMY EDUCATION Stone mountain. He was 'aided In the rescue by Walter'Ashe, left. bank. When he felt your pulse you .
Public opinion expert George Gal- knee he was using his own watch static. '.,--.
hip proved to the last decimal point 1': $"" I -.-

that more men would enlist in the And when he applied the stethoscope -
and if 'I it Prompt. Loa=-usting Relief far
army navy military authorities -I to your chest be never forgot
-- had "a system whereby; educational a a himself and said "Very good.
training in the serlvce would 1 ;".l t ...@e. You are up an eighth' since yester MUSCULARQCHESPAI
count toward high school or college ''S Y day's closing."
'
diplomas." SDAUGBTERSERVES .
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The army's information and edu- SODAS Millie Douglas; 17, Not that we are belittling the ,
ape.
cation branch daughter of U. S. Supreme Court Helps Break Up PateM
was glad to bear that cialist. He is a necessity and often
they should educate servicemen but Justice William O. Douglas during a blessing. He saves a lot of lives Surface CoBgsstioa,Teat ,

\ they want to know one thing: Who's tt y $FOVM past five months has been by; substituting knowledge for guess RUB ON -

going to educate Dr. Gallup? I Y.htJ working behind a fountain at an work. But we wish family doctors
What he w Alexandria. Va., drugstore. Shesays
apparently doesn't know were still easy to find. They didn't .
is that the United she likes the work.
States Armed make one so skeered of being sick.
Forces institute makes every conceivable j' -.-

type of study course available k t Dr. Rappleye makes a fine proposaL j1u I.
to any soldier sailor, marineor s rw, Realizing the difficulties &

coastguardsman who wants it. v.f many sick people have in getting I.TrfEThV !

Mere than 1900.000 men already I I a specialist he suggests that

have acquired schoolingvia the specialists in aQ communities LDna
USAFI. Also, they've got get together in a spirit of group
<. credit for It. In the last year I responsibility and coordination.

alone 20.000 servicemen received What he means is that they pool Direct From>>

ti high school diplomas via their knowledge in a pinch so that MANUFACTURERCommercial
the army. These diploma. and the patient won't have to see more
'
USA F'-a college courses are accepted qsa than one with the consequent financial &Residential

,. for credit by; almost every J f aA entanglements. Second the mo BLINDS _
x school la the country. hoot -
-r Immediate Delivery
k Gallup goes on to make the weird
statement that army authorities CAN YOU REMEMBER Lowest Prices

.. question the idea of the army's going ..----- VV/iVVfi Many beck uttm the s.Gsmssa couU SOUTHERNVENETIAN
into the business of general education. 1417 Tm loumg mosey on thins"' with BUNDCORPORATION

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Clearly. none of Gallup's scorekeepers -
asked the secretary of war Wb*. tfbfttvrr our bigb Courts 34 East Bay Street

or power-packed Gen. "Buck" LaDe i Hiftl lock it uft"!doss bom unit? SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

ham. head of the army's information a., -.- lt_tUm abi..4! wbee.edw sgAaten
and education branch about this. > ..Ad back tfbtn peop/c epo.ld
BARRED stoop
FROM
SCHOOL
They; not only don't Question it. NO BOTTLES-NO MILE So acute has the shortage of'milk bottles Blind Patsy Ruth Fergus IS,. Los. to pick tip lost mcktlf -
but they do it .
; sending teachers and
become that the TJ. S. department of
agriculture and state agencies Angeles, caresses her guide dog
books thousands and quizzes all and lessons. by; the are lending their influence in an appeal to consumers to return Lucky after Patsy was barred Don't Kill a Voter! lee
over the world.
',' the 25 million empties which have accumulated In basements and from two Los Angeles schools unless President Truman has
BACKSTAGE storerooms of the country. According to the dairy folk it takes eight she agreed to attend class to all autoists to drive appealed q
NAVY LOBBY
.. milk: bottles to keep one bottle fob la the Icebox and those 25 million without her specially trained 1947. He carefully in
White clearly thinks
House the
insiders
that situation
t report bottles are desperately needed to prevent a milk shortage.BEDS guide dog.MILITARY. tt O8sER.LITJr'
'. brain truster Clark Clifford' is having has reached a point where every

a tough time drafting an army-navy _. ,'-A' .. ... ,_,. _'" v",'. ,. .._ . ,'- .. -. R..M.. voter counts. shBIeI
;:; .
j merger bill for congress that will I II ;
both carry out the President's ideas What wo would like to know about
and not offend the brass hats. the President's appeal for safer

President Truman wants it clearly driving is whether he would carry
stated in the bin that there will bea it to an extreme where a Demo. '

secretary of national defense with l cratic driver is expected to slow i- : :

full cabinet rank, and three under # down for a Repubican pedestrian /V

secretaries with sub-cabinet rank, ..

representing the army; navy and Returning to Normal
air forces. c-
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The latter however is not at To bay stocks now, only 75 per
all what the brass bats want. They S : t cent of the purchase money Is re- 14

want fun cabinet rank for each arm Y quired. This is about the same thing M_....Job, aEau
of the service as winning the right to take off from ,.. :Jet e.a
hi other words three r a ski ,...at sigkhoa
new cabinet members Jump with the last 50 yards boot .
negotiated on notes.A b. .wtortsD?.
wUIa_ .,. atn a
CAPITAL CHAFF 000
woman bank to kaport.
Alert Senator Brewster of robber has been i
Maine caught out West. wh ... td '
giving colleagues an offtherecordreport banks She Just entered IMobNe itt.a 0Wa9 a. -
of his whipped out a small vial M3.at.otW.gM vet ed
Latin
American trip .t ceder, e.vat.M
and
disclosed that British '' threatened to blow everybody Soma.., tho..ade pw tn.. {
agents are sell ( pe
through the reef. They an !1z.sdyha....
ing British planes all over Latin It was some of that assumed == 8.Itoss.l
America and outselling the USA. ; cheap perfumery wh.a womsot.
They are taking orders for delivery and gave la at 00.oace ii-=.: :;.thzUi oxpsii. -

on Jet planes which will be far ahead BLOCK YANKS ROUTE OCT OF CHINA Photo showsChinese ATOMIC : Having tossed --.at ad.c u.poa.srtrad .
HEAD
of our transports In two a few rocks at HoiJjwood II M. S ar .. firU.
years. Nationalists turning railway tracks between>> Hale Hsing and CeL James McCormack : for pictures that .:
hare
sad
Brewster '
predicts the British notb- M
will An Tug right side up after.Chinese Communists bad turned them who has keen nameddirnl.r ., lag but an evil Influence
fore Latin Americana to on the I-
use ever. Nearly 2.000 Americans are stranded due to Communists disrupting the division of military application kids we herewith throw
British-type: instruments for landing ran service fey beroiag the station and tearing *p the rails. of the Atomic Energy commission to the air for The Y ear hate"
making it bard for f'arliD&. i
Americansto
Chinese government troops nave kept the service ;
epea but admitted to represent tae war depart tremendous example of what F85C 1
operate on the fields. the
same
1) tbe Communists were still close to the right-of-way. neat .. the atomic bomb. movies are capable of. t Rafil! bT.11h .

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.. ... CHAPTER I I "<>b. Mother you know how much She would have to tell ber father-

,114... attention Ric pays to maternal ad- in-law too. old John L McFarlane J
. Kr. The heat In town had been intense monition 1 You only had one dutiful and he would fume angrily and im- V
b
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and Julia McFarlane roIled child-me." potently for hours to any one who I

the station-wagon under the ivy cov "Stand still or m never get this would listen. HOOKED rugs are among the '
'egu.'eJief. ered porte-cochere gratefully. right. Working on Jill's dress she hoped I simplest to make yourself. Inexpensive ,
"The big old house would be cooL She was so tired that her legs Quiv- this young lieutenant would not bea too! Tbe foundation -

,kotulta. It was always cool the solid brick ered and her eyes blurred. And now disappointment but an the while may be burlap or discarded linen;
walls built over a century since worry was spinning like a dentist's she nursed the secret wish that he, C
ayyr71t- abutting out the sun with aloof dig. drill in her brain. For now she would prove to be only another v

you nity. Julia jerked off her bat before was beginning to know what before ng fancy moving on as so pas"l Rocket Brakes

with she opened the door and slid had been only a nagging fear a other lads had moved on, i The jet power of rockets, which. a
!end out of the coat of her smart gray motherly apprehension. Now she Jill's life. has so far been employed almost. _

Iou suit. She dropped the bat and coat knew that the thing she hated had To be an army wife-she did not wholly as a propulsive force, is

= on a chair and was pushing the not died had not removed itself want that for JilL She ted to expected to be used soon in the opposite es '
= heartburning
heavy moist auburn hair off her from her life. It was going on. save ber child from that way-to brake the speed of

.tin forehead when a yell came down Richard, her son. born in lonelinessand that dreary waiting the endless planes and trains in cases of emergency -
ton'ho1. the curving staircase. A young yell. torment Richard was going on nights the torturing silences that says Collier's. -' .e !
! .' Dooley. is that you?" being another mad and reckless: Mc- she herself remembered. And for Experts estimate that a train

- Julia sighed. She was so tired.It Farlane irresponsible not to be be- her the wretchedness had never which travels 1,500 feet after the
was five o'clock and she had had lieved. ended. There had been no finale no air brakes are applied could be .

BO lunch. ,She had spent hours in You could have spared me this. period. no yellow telegram no shockof brought to a stop in 375 feet, or
an airless office growing more God she was thinking. rye had grief-there had been nothing. one fourth the distance, by the ad-
furious by the moment, and then so much and I've tried to be patient Now after twenty-five years there ditional braking force of forward-
she had argued for another hour Fve tried to do my best was still nothing.But firing rockets installed on the loco
with a young government represent- Aloud she said 'That gets it. I in these days with all the motive.
ative who Quoted regulations almost think. But it will probably sag young men in service a girl even

smacking his lips over them. somewhere else. That heavy stuff as pretty: and desirable a girl as Rub in Ben-Gay for welcome: fast relief from stiff y
To her desperate plea that there does. Jill dad little choice. The world Beware Coughsfrom neck pain. Gentle soothing Ben-Gay contains up to
had to be more wiring for power Jill pulled the dress over her head was swiftly turning into a confused 2% times more of those famous pain-relieving agents ,
and pumping on Buzzard's Hill that and dropped on the stool her naked and dismal place. common colds known to all doctors-methyl salicylate and menthol
there had to be more fence if they arms round and virginal and She had told herself so many -than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist on

were to raise hams and bacon for sweet times when Jill and young Richard That Hang On genuine Ben-Gay, the original Baume ADa1g sique.
the army he had smiled a maddeningly "Will you tack it up for me. were small and everything was very It acts fast where you hurt.
.
superior smile. Dooley rye got to do my nails grim for her, that no child of hers Creoraclslon: relieves promptly because
To his smug vision all this bad and press my suit and there's a should ever live through what she it goes right to the seat of the AIM far Paia fee t* KBEUMATCH MUSClE Ktt,sad COlDS.

spelled wire-copper wire, steel spot on the toe of one of my san- herself was living through. She had I germ leaden help phlegm loosen and aid ana nature expel Ask far Mild Bea-Caj fs/CaOdrt*,
dals where somebody stepped on worked so hard: she had even done to soothe and heal
wire-and wire was not to be surrendered raw tender in-
, even to a handsome wom- me. Oh, I forgot to tell you I asked rough work with her' own hands to I flamed bronchial mucous mem-
build this old farm. She branes.Tell year druggist to sell
an in a stylish bat So Julia had Spang to stay here. He hasn't any up bad yen
a bottle of CrenninMnn with the
family at all. I fixed the bed be- fought drouth and animal epidem- understanding -
come back to the farm wrung out yon must Mke tbe way it
ice and insects and
and exasperated and now here was discouragement gallan: the cough or you are
Jill yelling from to make a richer kinder life for to have roar money back :_ "
: upstairs.
lie and JilL And she had succeeded. I
"Dooley. come up here right CREOMULSIONfor
She looked through the windowat
awayl" J the white fences marching over Couz&s.Chest Colds.Bronchitis
Julia went up the stairs slowly.
the lush green of the fields of Buz-
In the bright little room at the
zard's Will, and she knew that she
end of the ball Jill was standing on
yK had succeeded.Her .
a stool before a looking-glass her R a
father-in-law had helped. She
slim legs hidden in folds of white
gave; him his due in all loyalty. He y' t + ,
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jersey her face full of woe.
bad been a rock to lean upon he had
"It's all crooked! she wailed. been a pillar-a fiery pillar but

They stretched it when they steadfast Through all the strange
cleaned it and it's all in scallops.It .
,
when no word had from "
rears come -
w Tr Ir
4 looks like the deviL What am I Richard. ber husband, when there -' i-
. going to do?" 'rIi''
had been only silence as baffling
Julia dropped on the bed and as the hollow sky as deep as the I.a.
: looked at her child. Jill's hair was old John L had stood by ber

lighter than her own,. taffy and sunlight through the grim times and good
L and wild curling mischief times. She had lived through It, _
: wherefjulia's bad darkened to the >ut she would fight to save Jill from :
hue of old cherry wood and lay back life like that
sleekly under a brush. Jill's eyes 1 She heard the clump of John L's
were darker too. almost black under boots presently heard him yelling:

striking, arrogant brows; direct, something into the telephone. All ,
I demanding eyes impatient with the McFarlanes yelled even JflL .;

IC little compromise in them. There was so much in them that 4 ;

"What do you want to do. Jill was alive and in a ferment Pa-
C Cut the hem off and even it?" tience had been left out of them. It FOR Safer Driving. .

"I haven't got time. It's yards was as if they had a yeasty brew
around the bottom, though it does instead of blood in their veins.
bang so straight. Would it look aw- Richard,. whom she had married Longer Mileage .
ful. Dooley if we cut off the worst lad yelled, too. Up three flights in I I
places and hemmed it? It has to that little walk-up flat in Washington 1
Traction
be right it simply has to:' -why must she think* of that Just Better. USE es
"What cooks? Something terri- now? Why couldn't she make herself -

bly special?" forget finally and forever? ,
"Frightfully speciaL" Jill Jerked Last year she had determined to
angrily at the stubborn folds. "It's forget and the year before. It irritated -

Spang. And the club dance. He her that she, a strong woman -

has a three-day pass. He's comingon was not strong enough to conquer
sxF the bus." this thing that haunted her.
t's all crooked!" she wailed.cause .
;
"Do I know Spang? lie soundshike The dress finished, she laid it

some kind of canned dog-ration. Mamie was pouty. I could carefully across Jill's bed and got On Your Automobile Truck andffractorTniRESTONE
only find one hemstitched sheet into the faded shirt the rough i Ii

Julia WorriesAbout so I put a plain one under." clothes that went with being a
"Will Spang be here to dinner pig-woman. She tied her hair up
Her Son If he will, you'll have to set the in a bandana and went downstairs. i i
X
Would Spang be outraged by an uneven table. I'll fix your dress, but thenI A Sow Shows it it
hemline" have to talk over some things with

"Don't make gags Dooley you're Foster and your grandfather." Its Teeth ;:i t

not the type. Handsome dignity is "John L rode up to mark posts in John L McFarlane-thin, mus- ,
your line. No. you don't know the woodlot Jill said. "Foster tached with small hands and feet -
Spang. He's a turret Instructor had to help him on the horse and and black tires for i i
bright hot eyes-was sitting your automo-
down at Rlc's Field. I that made him furious. He's boundto
right now. the I
side
on to-
porch cutting
met him when I went down last break a hip some day and then bacco into a newspaper spread JTbile for your truck for your
i
week to see Ric. He's a lieutenantand you and I will have a lovely We." across his knees. He looked up as tractor .. and for your every other
a flier but right now has TJS. "But he'll die if he stops wanting
alertly as a robin, and said "Hello farm use .-. are specially designed by j
:technical ,to you Dooley. to do things for himself. He run7doesn't you back?" ,
"But he wasn't christened Spang, believe that he's eighty. He "An hour ago." Julia sat down. engineers familiar with your needs to ?l t

.w-e17-the font would nave fallen thinks that's" something somebody The old man snapped his knife give you safer driving longer mileage \!
down. made up. shut slid the tobacco into a red tin J
"Do ler.: I ask you! His nameis "You're a pet to fix the dress. and put the tin in his hip pocket and better traction.
and he hates it because Dooley my love. But Spang is
Spencer
"Bet forgot bottle of bit-
you
my finest
the
be doesn't like some uncle or other. worth it he is definitely. Maybe ten" Firestone tires are built by .,

He won't look at my dress but all he's the one. About time! Here "I did not It's in the kitchen craftsmen using modem equipment and

the females on the prowl will cut I am. crowding twenty-seven and with the groceries." the best materials. They are the result *?
their eyes down and rn get an in- already getting a maiden look "I'd better rescue it, then before
feriority complex. And this is im around the chin." Mamie rubs it on her rheumatism of Firestone's never-ending research r

portant "Don't be ridiculous. You look Last time you brought me some she program which has as its goal to build.
Is It?" Julia was gentle. "All about eighteen. Don't forget about used it to kill mites on a duck.
right, turn around. But I refuseto the table. Mamie's been busy all Well, I marked about two -hundred the best today. still better tomorrow. x ;

guarantee results. Remember day." posts." The new Firestone Champion Ground '

rm a pig-woman not a couturiere.Is "No use. John L They won't give Grip for your tractor the new /
Ric coming with your Spang" Jill Mustn't Be us priority for any more fence." a _
Jill puckered her brow. "Uotber An Army Wile He drew his white brows together Firestone De Luxe Champion for your

lu '. a private. Just a plain angrfly. "What do they expect us automobile. and the new 1r
Joe. and a casual at that He "Oh. Span!*. bus won't be here to do? Teach bogs not to cross a ..
couldn't get a pass home unless be till eight I'll give him sandwichesand chalk line?" Firestone Rayon Transportfor I

bought one from somebody and he beer. Anyway. Mamie likes soldiers "No more wire no more copper, your truck are outstanding o.J

says they've hiked the price now and an the boys want is a no more steeL Irs war, John L examples of advanced
worth it." soft chair to sprawl in and a hot But
tin it Isn't it makes it tough for the pig
"But-do you mean that be came tub. They-stand up all day or sit business. Would you be interestedin tire design.
home last time on some other on a hot curb and they can't even growing cucumbers or peanutsor
man's pass?" Julia spoke between lie down on their cots tin night. Ric something?" You can save time. and

pins. sharply., told me." cool "I would not Pickles give me money too if you insist
'Of course. Unless it was an In her own room dim and the hives and what good are peanuts .
emergency he wouldn't rate a pass. and serene with the branches of when there aren't any more that it's a 'Firestoneevery' fI

They might want to ship him out the huge old trees rustling close to county fairs or circuses. time you buy a tire for your
the windows. Julia shed the regi- the oil for .
minute. "They use something.I
any"But that was a foolish and risky mentals of a career woman. relaxed forget what Did you tell Fosterto farm. They're safer. They
to in the tub. and put on soft '' better. And they last:
thing to do when he's trying get shut up your: prize sown She pull
Into officer's chocH" cotton slacks. Later she'd have to ought to bring a good litter."
"Ob. they organize things. Ric get Into the denim and boots that "I shut her up myself She's a longer.

-get some other Joe to answer were her farm uniform; she'd have cagy female. She bit me and I ,... *. .*. f.sf. ft
for says them at roQ-caU or something." to ten Foster who ran the place,, bit her with the pitchfork before I s.wA/.l. ....... FwNK

jm turned slowly on her toes. that there would be no more copper thought but she wasn't hurt any.

-I don't like lt: Julia said stern wire and no more fence till Whafs wrong with you Dooley
17.OOJ wont have Ric jeopardizing the government cave her a priority You look shot and you've got circles
only knew when that .,
and heaven
told under
his chances. You should nay* your eyes.
would be. CTO BE CONTCCUXD) owetlit, usla.aiwr.,.ta.r a Grua.o5.r
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c< .1 "tore TIle ,.*rearf s prt.-tpal asajet j,'itou .T fairest.I A "pet-al wKfn.. of die stoekbai r.,
Published every Friday by the ,j is *rsnmer fr end$h,p seed '.* ....1-j jaed I -AJse ..* are very rfad to.t* rn that ten o/ tIN ONMetwbee County Bsit lit! UTO PAINTING -
Okeeckobee News Co., at ()b *** .: h*,stocks his shelves and prlea i iI l.Mr. B ]I. Parranee hap been aapatate4 -ill W hold .t t::W p.., en FrUtay
Okeechobee County, Florida.' 1 i j[ his goods iJ1<<'17. 1 1I ': to the office of Count ritmatfrjs 4jrrfe l-Sk, l" i I I -- ----------- er H. I* a very able and tlfftjieeced c- pr peed amendment t*
BRYANT BOftDEV q'H>,,._.J iito:it! The Public Health man for that work ad we .:5to rp ratioji ehertet. ISo '

R.TES'I I!I ,'- ., ....... Ceapleaa Ore sere. n .M' ts-ry: ud to tit bleat H. 3TcDOrGAJ.D 1
SUBSCRIPTION ; } ; rtor. I of h.. aWiky R1P wa otrMKlBfctN seat tlhsr VlcePresidenL'Aiatogtid Body and Fender Work
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nbet .t.r
will brein eonsideria; anu ...
whew hoed hiH8 -
r Ok.
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CV e Year in advanee . .. $300
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'um ..t'ffit't"' *:. .... .. (tot seas IK
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proposed r .
S's Month in advance . .. 1.50 *?* eonaty r T
.. : rove the iwsMifce-l- At.t i ne.t.J: "CzraW Me, bat we, R
Three Month in advance ljD9 J- WMt lees! bed wishes fur ynrtinmed c41t-
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Rr'.tpksho1JW. be kept firsa.F' IB. eaeteaa Mannd is t; say business of Glass in Stock to Replace in ;
Entered .11 second class matter July, .1.... > '| We we wt.t.al1 yeas roar* List I'm. tEt*.. J wtf?"
J. 1914 at the Post Office in OVee- First, nothjnc mast be (1 o" thsh - -- .. I '
ehobee. Florida, uDder Act of March I wilt prevent pewate, ,. *ro"H -tr j-- fill Cars
A. 18711. ,
.t-41' ow -'< I r.tiiC"1 peaetice.
:Second, MerfteOM B a J "">' v r- READY MADE SEAT COVERS AT RE-
The Country Pres I -- ..a q's, A.vtpv u'r never be

dominated. by a C ******:ellt of field- DUCED PRICE.
Some pf tn. frost \Important thters required to lack, t* some r ureiu JOT .
teta.. ,_ ...b.fe.. e..wt..t s..J ... '' u_ rh.viThird.
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tAlv
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f.- t r..4"tto... For In"t*.....>. thee *t>ri*<' ro"le t. pay for a spec Wheel Aligning and BalancingAny
.. .. ... n- laTirie-a Pullman fed jaedical service where; the'vi
.t__- ttt;-\- i+tte ahont the wheels -i i,v- 'r or rot ,bi"tir r urepajtnediiciae '
..- _"' t.vu Thmost vitalvlnei compulsorv '
is thinR
are generally the least oltvtou tax payment for one a service tsar..H...'I 5 THE WORLD'SThe Repair On Any Car Or I
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eofntrv press 1to..s in this catetjr. may not desire i something very <
Bat then would be no United ferent

*"..te without the country press any Fourth. we must confine fe,lersl .. GREATEST Truck '
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f'Ye than there would be a Pullman financed medicine to care for th' ,

*.- wihout a wheel. needy so far IO* treatment o' the : SCHOOL FOR
\o nation in the world is so nnin dividual is concerned. It is a prop
..Tlv nerved with newspapers as is public .service for the, taxpayers
r'.,.. United States But the average!' onderwriite medical care for thrwho
eien doesnt know this -he takes I honestly cannot pay fur l' the :
.''e newnpaner for granted even in selves ft is not a proper '<'Tvi., ALL WORK GUARANTEED -
tee smallest town And yet without finance it for tho e who are p;,rft'.
the newspaper community affairs ly able to pay for it.
Mold not be conducted as they are. Fifth, administration must be irorrir.lnhed
Try to think of your town without i at the local I. lornrcuni 1
the smallest weekly. levelnot at the Washington lev-l i
"I here-wspspers would even TOO fret the local news with its inevitable wasteful and i Army Ground Forces soldier is amed for his ability to carry COMPARE OUR PRICES
rid the intimate information ont I efficient bureaucracies out any assignment 'with resoi'r<.":*u ness and n:tifti\e-the

>' *"... rTj-_. "i....A. ....) the jjf. The goal should bi to ..C**.rtninate < qualities that make leaders in c.vilimi life as well as the Armv.
fairs of the community that at sometime medJruie .'r.l i at the tame. ;, The Ground Forces not onlj t' a_h you leadership-they equipS
or other are so important to ev I t;r e to help the !-uUt"n TUftai: I! you with fine job training to go with it. Ia peacetime, the Armyis KEEOHOBEE MOTOR CO.
""9'y f.i..llv. Where would Ton read be doe with a minimum of eapewik j a gigantic school-going orga: :z:tion-with training available
the proceedings of the roomy rends I mdi 'tvut 'Ct'atm still &D4Ute.r in many skills and trades C uts--s offered raiige all t.'kway
the feral notices the personal column" I "er-epandin; federal bureau writ! from automotive mechanics t,) eeLfiag-dteignud to help you
the news about Jhe'local churches in enormous psyroi.Letters find the work you like and do ba-: '
''''-. .*..& the **reTisin"! of the
Increased scab in e3e Ct toad rtceive
.- r ; Army pay .arlaW" + you
J wl t-"""rrt*..t-V The b'r city dall'f 1
20% additional pay for oven:,3 Jf-ice.
carry... the world news, but they can Thousands of outstanding YO'.Ir'mco.: able to nseet the
-.v the Acv-todsv "anlnrIof To Editor
the smaller town. and cltie*. 1 : higher standards required, are or,tina in the Re lar 'I PHONE 44 ..:.. OKEECHOBEE, FLA. _
: They are beginning interestiag, vm,al ear eq by Ica.rjni ..rI
Alrne with the school t-achT.
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tI'.1 ship along with special skaJls.: VLit 4c rest U. &. Anmy
your
total edito': is resooiMiihJe f"- I ...
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.. r \ for detail .
.. Recruiting Station :
v>*> a editor tf oft actlvlti@a local Fresno 4. Calif, --
com men oo = =
.. Feb. .; HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ASHY ENIISTKINT L -
2,49474.
t t mw nstto---1. tfcet af' et th*
>fees of all eitlrens He discusses "'-.. ok,.,-s<)---. New. I 1. Choice of any bmub ol service 4. FuaiJ ai1o'llfOecs! for "..:,:c'; ats '
... -9,-t.ee. Ji'Ia. Which atilt ha quotas t t be fi;icu. o Ann ea;strait or recta; to n. I IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
tlon from the of their :
o standpoint
"* and of certain overseas Afea'ctwbich t',,,. stet '6 ta4stha .h afbcsl
..-. -.. 0" eo-- -.itv w?lfard. HI' "-r *?:_"*: till have cpeoiRCs.. OS J-Jc- sera+-.-.... ai rptr.
most have a root workts knsle4er. Fr :'o'ed he.*rlth y- w'R. Fees.' I enlicttncDtx. S. f*--1sttnwo jcl; I>>, fir S years.
o' rorernment. legislation, sad" ltd o'tr tr ey order for renew..11- r 2. Enlistment age from It to M yeayear. cii..tIIIC1I.tv fe..riam 4! "firr INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
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.. j. inclusive (il with parent cosocr l r \ A:3>V tai'-> *W moo
r. ...tto"". ind'U't.t. Jolter. taxafa .. i tJ" :
.I-'ti0" tOP Ya.r al'ye'p'. except for men now m Aral, who c.} SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
"o-th t"i,Te t""t nveeet the work forU'. may.reenlist. at any age: aad farmer e. Ov; -JI17 .1.4-194'3. I
t-. .-.rt! the b"sI.sman.: and trite !I I service: mea depending oa haagtli of tie rest .! src-f h:; rf tr "8 ta AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY -
mil The locI editor tIIt'1 We :olk fo.-i t.' .to> r" 'hlt! cetrsT '- ervtce. service-itcerng: to t' att'.w:
accept I 3. Educational benefit under C* pay sitsr 5e Years pf sa$.e.. AllBitl
real ihiUtv ia rulh lne ever .ia''er each .e.--k. etot >t. is vfrtjiter ,.,
re non" t of Rights for men who ri'isbefore : ; ; the smallest papery, for when the I Irne'l'r * sees comethiigr in print. hr I 'eit1 that vou I lave rode. I ia service M day or BKX*. CompanyJ

thinks it is the troth i I. NEW HIGHER PAY FOR ABMi M!!fIIMitni JtNm\T .
Okcechobt-e is to be ,
fount
con
,
How r.anY pent .."twc ate; the* I t .;'"", ,, L. BARBER, Manager
fact that underlie the owtaerafeif I U foci lodjiBt CMos vilbtlul CMla = i coaq: ArflptfI
: I iii rasa R9 ____ _
Yost' w
and publication ** the H.06! coantrnewspaper Addition to Column One :: _
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II ts.it.
A sfoa -- -- -
tn the United -"State*"i', II at the Right : 20In- Master Se-geaet 1 .
Those paper* are the greatest ..f* I II CONCRETE > cress for Service. Over- or Fire SercMnt $163.00 #107:3Tecfcnical $t84f1

nrd of our --atoV independence ISO Bess.Maximum 59% Increase Per .Momh up to, : Sergeant 135JPQ 4?-75 251.3: $ t f !

I They are "ividnEy owned and the !1 tt Uamber of Eiyiac Pttr. avail p sent J1).OS J-*.*.$ i i Plumbing and Electrical Supplies .
vest. majority of their editors are i Glider Crew*. Si*
Moath for Parachutists Sery a\t. 3OO.QtibtJ 1t2.7Q i
well titutional grounded government ID the ideals, and of are Con op- BLOCKSNew I! while(Not in Engaged Flying-par upon Status Para) ('-rP"rAl a. 9000ebnt. 1".2' II t Bath Tubs, Kitchen Sinks, Hot Water Heaters

pored to trends toward socialisnr : Dfutytiack lacre_*** Private First; Clue ro.oo n.oo lftt} t 5-10-15-30 Gallons Capacity. J.J.jt. ;
in I Years
Pay
which the individual.disregard the The in-portanee country preanreaehe of I' Shipment Cement of Service Pri"e' . 75.00 4$7' ft.J6 I ( 4' Fiber Sewer Pipe, Lighting Fixtures 1

a majority of readers in the Deep FreezersEBNER'S
United S'ate It deserve more rec.bw1I1Uon --
than it receive*. And in that OkeechobeeGuilders 704-706 Comeau Building Fn:. : ., : jt.
...nect it is like the wheel under a .1 !
Pullman car, but with this differ WEST PALM BEACH 712 Orange Avenue I

enee: It Is hur-an and it ran appre. Supply I j I FORT PIERCE FLORIDA s
eiate a word or act of encouragement

while upholding the right of others /I -. -=- __
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Exchange
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I "Let the Buyer HaveConfidence" Electricity passing through thedemonstrator's ,

body and arms

lights a lamp held in his fingers
*ti-K pr**** and low prices are
t ]**.<*}* e..4 .?...., TO compare fe
.,. .,.. '
> -- the e-Vr structure of 1935.t. .
'- ._ t".. ,.rtinn. A+M was mall .
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and when wages and the natlaaal .; 1TFLORID POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ;.;
t-ee>. were relatively low with the
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"tr ctnre o 1947, a $280.000,
"A<*,+M*l * f."r nn national income, just doe- \ r
-'t.k, "en<#. Priced are sensitive l
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-11 the economic influence of the w
t t''' .
I v The sensible thing to talk about la a
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'*'- Hee "* That to define it brief
1* U the l..wt. price at which, any
*...-. owixo'Mtv may l>e sold in the
lr-ht o* fa.*,*.. wages debt. tales
recta, waterial routs and everything
..n". And thit kind of prir-9 iapij
.
!* ''n. e..hM4.h.d IB all field

W |x.r.... ..-l-- hi* infected new blood into th<.
Americas competitive spirit and
*i...* .'_af hel.* to hold prices down
as well as to force quality up. ConSumer
resistance against!' the shoddy
and the over-priced article has been
another salatcrjr factor Finally, on
tho retail level, the Americadi'r!- ate.
button machine i* attain proving its
metal.

Ko merchant who wants to stay in 'lr'r F4q, f
business will deliberately txplett t,. $
ronsoraer "Let the buyer beware ar F921w
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la the exact revere of Ai .oricnn retailing
f prine;ple*. "Let the b,," r
hat confidence" is, in 'essence the

Starts Relief In O Seconds

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STOMACH OLCCnS

DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFmBcokT.Ns.ttl.rneTreatme.tthat t
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HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
Mast Help*r it\VHI C4..t Ve a NetltMXStmtwcta Se OA o beam cf light

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TRCAT31rTbaswi.midrmevmptomsdtasrs.xaritiha ."..;.., SHOW
r..... I March 4th STARTS 7:30 _
and D. d.ssal Ware dm tn Enm AcidS -. PROMPTLY :
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Y. FEBRUAR 28. 1941 i-' t; ; ,
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FIVE t -u ,- ",: .cT.'J. -
ChurcfrCalendarCATHOLIC FEB.--- -
: AYS--SUNRISE I "
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(? 'VH_ THEATRE FT. PIERCE. STARTING 27TH *-%- 'J

From where I sit, Mar-s-" ; .,
' CHITRCII s Joe ; ; -

' Service each first and third Sunday ":

,e t at 8 am.CHURCH f u aQl ;

f' f, x
3$11p Bert Solves
OF THE BRETHREN

Parrott Avenue j the as
Labor ProblemYou
Rev H. P. Garner. Pastor

"Vernon Wright Supt. Sunday School '00 5g
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Sunday; service:
. rh rchchool, 10 a. at. hear a lot about capital and If anybody has a beet whether

x Preaching service. 11 jkin.PreThinir labor nowadays,as if the two could it's about wages or hoars or equipment '

service. 1 p..... never get together. But look at -they talk It over at those_
Bert Cfcflders-who has 220 acres friendly evening sessions.
Young people meeting. Mondayertninea.
of producing land fair-sized herd I don't all labor
: 1 p.m. say problems .
of cattle,and two farm hands working .
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- are as simple as Bert's/But from

7 o'clock. y b for him. where I sit the basic principle applies ts

If yon called Bert a"capitalist" to any farm or factory or

METHODIST CHURCH he wouldn't know what you business:A principle of confidence ..

':, Rev. W. R. Howell, Pastor meant and neither would Spike and mutual respect of daily talks ) a

and Sandy the hired men. Bert together in a friendly and congenial ,
Clifford Boyles. Supt Sunday School
works aide by side with both of atmosphere.them I
Sunday services
; and in the evenings they sit age.eUmin. :
: .
Sunday school 10
ajn. .
around the fire together-sharing
Preaching service, 11 a.m. tlr. 1>1oVeesht
a- a friendly glass of beer or two. ''' ( :
Young peoples' service. 6:00. | 0' COla--
Preaching service 7:00.

Preayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:00 yees at,
J I j jP.BU Copyright. 7947, Ur'tttJ Slate Bretons Foundation_ vildea a

R k. wascCregor
Choir practice Saturday 7 ICommunion I
p.m. .
service, first Sunday'in [WE', AZ.08':" -- 1 er eenrement-
ElJ.'tE. Advertise
month __ __ ilPt- in The Okeechobee Hews

t Darryl F. Zanuek'a widely heralded production of "The Razor'1 Edge" brll'gs the W. S. Flori- I
;: BAPTIST CHURCH the screen In the Maugham, characters to -- e
I persona of: Tyronne Power (lower right, as Larry D.rreU; Gene Throe7 (left) al Isabel; Smith
Rev. C. H. Eiland. Pastor himself Cliftcn, Webb al Elliot Templeton; Anne Baxter as Sophie: Herbert Marshall (standing left) a. 11.orham.; .. =- --= -: .: :.. "'_' )I--,4: _" _-
O. L. Ranlerson., Supt. Sunday School jug, and John Payne a. Cray laturia. The Twentieth Century.Fox picture, directed by Edmund Could. and .
Sunday servicei: opened Thursday, February 27 at the Sunrise. at aD

ti?; : Church school. 10 a.m. I ndwo.cement,, ,::-

- f i Preaching service,- 11 a.m. CHURCH OF GOD i Young peoplea' service Thursday pursuant to Section f of Chapter Announcing. ;.
I92SM. Laws of Florida. Arts of ism. rugitt. ;;;
3' Training Union, 630 | evening 7:15
p.m. Rev. William Lyles, PastorS'nday p.m. known as the MURPHY ACT. and Upnrsnaace ,
Preaching service, 7:30 of Chapter %l1Cl:) Laws .( thlitY
p.m.
school 10 a.m PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Florida. Acts of 1941. known as' the f
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Preaching service 11 KVEKGLADES IJltAI NAG t!: DISTRICT THE APPOINTMENT OFMIXION'S Ito be
a.I11And 7 11)
7:30 : I Rev. ,,. H. Harden, Pastor ACT. the followtn described See re.
,
pjn. p.m. each Sunday.MARKETIM. I land situated la Everglades Uratnaxe '
Services tool be
fourth
every Sunday.
-- District. In Okeechob County. Florida
--- -- --- '- will be offered for sale at public r; and
antsy fat Ibp Iolllth..1 aDd heat tank hlpallY.tilth.
rO\lJ>I.ETEiEW Brii.uixr. bid. sublet to the debt of the Trustees GARAGE
Total manufacturing area of the of the Internal Impr mHCfnn.1
I Pull"-an-Standard Car and of the Board of Commissioners e+y_for
I: Manufacturing of Everglades Draloare Dtsrlrt ble. if
Company plant at Chicago used for ta rrj''rt any and all bids, at thee
.
...... ,. .. In Okeechobee
i building railroad passenger equipment -i. h (" < r has been increased to more o'clock: .\. M.. on the 17th day of March Okeechobee and ::
I surrounding
for
territory
than 3000.000 square feet the 1947. As to all parcels of land It
ai result i Ito tine. or more title to one-half bra
of a recently completed espan- >f petroleum and threefourths.th.r of SALES and SERVICEOF
Have you a collection of recipes for meatless .
meals It's a big :>lon minerals' wHV be reserved by stays
help. ..not only during Lent, but any time-you want to cut program.-- Trnatoea ..f the Internal lmpr..>..emr.lFnnd. 11t11tyy!
your food bills. So today I'm goto iff to tell you about some dishes -- -- ------ .. .. Easements for road right of l
that are real "collector's items." They're delicious nutritious A man bought a clear and started rn feet wld will he reserved bv the

and economical...especially when you buy the ingredientsare to light it. -Didnt you notice the which mid Trustees there la from an extstlnar any parcel Mate throe road" r ewe

at your A&P where fine foods thriftily priced. sign!" asked the salesgirl. -What! van e..a.ment for drainage and: HUDSON MOTOR CARS tire.
exploded the customer. "You sell reclamation and for mad purpose* have
SUPREMELY SATISFYING SOUP FOR CONTENT DURING LENT tears/ In here but you prohibit smoke will be reserved hv the Boar.t *f -

,_ To satisfy hearty appetites, I always Here's how to give new taste appeal "" The .-
serve a hearty soup if my to that old standby,macaroni: "We also sell bath towels." .

-r: main role is course my family's is light.. favorite Puree Hon-and MACARONI Cook an 8 or package according of to ENCORE package JJOTIfK TO APPE:,tR Lot Lot 12 t.,Blk.Elk 2 74.Drtptl. weights City: of First Okeechobe Addition. Bernie Collins Motors r -.

oh so easy to make. directions; drain. Add 2 tbsps. IS :JHfJ NAME OF Till: STATE OF TRUSTEES On THE!: INTERNAL r ;
'!\\'t.d !rjfJ/lh. Like so: Simmer chopped onion and 2 tbsps. chopped FLORIDA IMPROVEMENTFTND
1 chopped onion green pepper (lightly browned in TO: HUAXTON KAY, OF THE 'STATE OF' FLOR !

and contents of 2 butter), salt, and H lb. of R..nt 2.Aehrord.. IDA. .
pepper ,"
0
Alabama. Pomp COMMISglOXFItSOP NEW and
18-oz. cans of USED CARSPhone .
srrated cheese. Toss together. Perfect You
IONA TOMATO are hereby required to file ape EVERGLADES DRAIN
So is any dish made with paranee In this proceeding, wnerela AGE DISTRICT
JUICE and a can ENCORE MACARONI,because it Dorothy Kay i* ailing Ton for' IMroree, Ky MABRL P. KAULEBSON. Agent 330-House Phone 225-M t
of baked beans 20 minutes; rub cooks up tender yet firm-never with the Clerk of the Circuit Court at for Trustees .of the Internal
through coarse sieve. Season and mushy. Get a few packages next kfH-chobw. Florida on or before the for Board Improvement of Commissioners Fond and 216 N. PINE SREET -:- SEBRING, FLA.
reheat. Serves 6 and and day of Man A. D. 1947; otherwise
you'll want"seconds" time .
you're shopping at your A&P! udemeut will be entered f Erervlades Drainage Iita.trht.
when you taste the zesty by default againat yen Okeechobe: County. : ': :_ : !te'
flavor of this The secret? Fiords _c .,.c T _" heirsari
soup. TO KEEP YOUR COOKIE JAR AJAk: Witneas my band and w-ai of ibis
IONA TOMATO 7UICE "a Peanut '''nrt. at Okeerhebe. Okechofeee County I .-==- ..
grand brand that's modestly pricedat butter brownies will insure "Florida this Ittth dar of January. A. D. ---- the
the A&P.: the popularity of your cookie jar 1!H7. I -.
and furnish some of the pro- SEAL) Mabel P. Raulcrsoa I I amp
LIKED HANS SOON COMPANIONNo tein that meatless meals may lack. Clerk of Circuit Court. Ninth I "- "l
matter how baked Make them Judicial Circuit of Florida. arear
beans, don't separate you serve them from to your ac- \\q'cording %, JIf/I Mary SrbnlaianNOTICE !
'their boon companion-brown favoriterccipcfor '< -- --- -- -- e
Close Out At Cost
'> bread! And to enjoy it at its best, chocolate brownies I'XOMt FICTITIOlfi X.\\IE m
fret MARVEL BOSTON BROWN using SULTANA LAW i iII jinaSSLK-
BRffcUX, Made by A&P's expert PEANUTRUTTERforhalf TO ALL, WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN: I
bakers this rich, raisin-studded I.! Notice til berrb given fb.it the undersigned I : ted
bread is rushed from the oven to the shortening. You'll love this pursuant t. the "FictitlnusName iceof
your A&P: so it's always temptingly I creamy-smooth peanut butter !Stinttr.llouxe Bill NI' 117.V; 1// j :
Chapter awa! Laws of Florida Arts of
fresh.Try it 1 from the A&P in sandwiches too. 941\ will register with tbe Clerk of tbe ralfc.r.
Circuit Court lo and for Okeechobee These I Items Are New :

-- County, Fonda, upon receipt of tb. I : } .
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car proof of publication of this notice the lies

:mmnmll>i :;QIUIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIllIUIIIIIIIIIIII! fictitious\ name. under to-wit which: PARK we are DRCU.tIMPAXT. ese. i I I ,...
rayed in business In the city of Okeehobee. ,I. tin
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Florida.
That the parties interested la said I t tI te.
Spring Air Inner Spring '
FmIlIJllmmmlUnmmllllm asluess enterprise are ss fallows:; lea
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LEONARD. ZelmenoTlta.Paid BERGER.JIi. I -. > -: : 'y,..- t ar.lAY- ,

at Okecbohee CODBt). Florida I Thor Automatic .
f nth
January :' 'fh*
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO. IronsAdmiral a 'to
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SKI.) lAND Ity
NOTICE IS UKItKUY. GIVEN that. s:
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riii.-'P i I. < II) 'banter
J t..r.v 'laws of Florida. Art of 1MI, ...
.SURPLUS ARMY BUILDINGS eI ,...--.tI"n1.. Cftai.trr<<: 14717 Laws ?i
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I SUNDAY degrees of homicide provided -
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UsJorashrtgrn4hsal. for in our state criminal laws .sews that than belt wd.ed atsp.ltM
II SCHOOLLESSON I gag from only two-murder and ighe"iAi k.rt..aroda. _
oUre&A v ullon trim range ? '.Ioope"'ITllat'.:=' ,.r:;
manslaughter Illinois and a YJIe tuasdl a1IaJ'1riUoia M Loa s-bWo
few other jurisdictions to seven in de ttrttatior..Iaeea: mt sad I'CI q.I'\Ia.! .
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Released by Weatera Newspaper UaiO@ 33* Sovth. Wens St. CUe&xo 7. UL
BASEBALL has grown restless. 0 Enclose 25 cent In coins for each xK"
Especially in the spring. This time pattern desired.
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they will be playing and training as LESSON FOR MARCH 2 Pattern No "9 "CoLD BUG"GOT HIM DOWN?

far apart as Hawaii and Cuba. Nam- .
Lesson ubleets and Scripture text .*
Teams win be shifted an over the Jetted and copyrighted by International Address -
spring map. Council of Religious Education used bf
perms on t
The Giant move from Miami to ? TIGHT <
Phoenix and travel as far west- JESUS SUMS UP HIS CLAIMS Taffy in Life Better Than SORE a MUSCLES b 0S

ward as Hawaii. o ? EpitaphyAfterDepewOn My/ t
The Cleveland Indiana LESSON TEXT..1ohn 12:12-18. 20-32. ARE 1
MEMORY SELECTION-And L it I his eighty fifth birthday SPECIALTY! I
shift from be lifted up from the earth. will draw all famed orator Chauncey Depew 1
Clearwater. Fla.. to men unto me.-John 1232. I
is was invited to a gala dinner. All
Tucson Ariz. The 1
Yankees tour Cuba tsz The last week of our Lord's ministry \ the notables present took turns in Poor little cheat muscles so "VY 4 ,

and sections of Cen- on earth comes before us to- making highly complimentary tight they-squeezed"... ,." t
tral and South day as we consider two eventsoneof / speeches about the guest of honor. so sore from hard coughing it
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America before which occurred on Sunday and Finally there were cries of hurts him to breathe! Quick 1
the other Tuesday. One sees here "Speech! Speech a
landing at St. on Mentholatum. Rub it on h i
Petersburg. the attitude of men toward Christ I "You have no idea how good it chest, back, neck.Its warm, 1
The Dodgers leave of God toward men cf the Father / is to hear words of praise while gently stimulating action L t
Florida for Cuba rand toward the Son. and the majestic I'm still alive," said Depew. "I'd helps lessen congestion ici&-

other Latin CraaUandEice drawing power of the Saviour.L much rather have. the taffy than out irritating child's delicate $ ,
turf. The new Believing Men Honor Christ the epitaphy. normal akin. At same timecomfortingvapolessen -

slogan ought to be-"Join a ban (vv. 12-16). G
club and see most of the world.** God cays. "Him that off ereth coughing spasms.

a The Cardinals are firmly set at praise glorifleth me" (Ps. 50:23). WHY TAKE O.wMl_ftot_4 ..wbwe.
SL Petersburg the Red Sox at Sara- and the believer recognizes that
iota and the Tigers at Lake Wales. praise Is comely for the upright' HARSH LAXATIVES? GET MENTHOLATUM QUICK ..-
The Yankees hit St Petersburg (Ps. 33:1). Jesus Is entirely worthyof 8080 SBli

around March 12. The Reds report the praise of every heart and ,," -; '. .' .4 ..-
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first big league training test with Presenting himself as their Messiah GLOWING buttons circling one Healthful Fresh Fruit Drink

the Giants at Phoenix and the Indians Jesus received the enthusiastic and one hip highlight Makes Purgatives Unnecessary MERCHANTS EVERYWHEREAlso
at Tucson where a warm dry acclaim of his disciples and friends, this enchanting junior dress. It has for Most People
sun ought to help. who were probably Joined by others a gala spring air and will fit hand-
Jobber
But we like the training Idea of drawn by the excitement somely into your spring-through- Wagon
The Pharisees did not Join in (see Iiae'Sawaytoovacanetomstipasummer : -
the Cardinals Reel Sox and TlcersHII. wardrobe plans. Use a
Save
did the not lion without harsh laxatives. Drink Money
Luke city.
19:39.40)
nor
They go directly to one spot soft solid tone,flower-sprigged fabric
juice i of 1 Sunkist Lemon in
even knowing who he was Matt a glass
from short which point they have only a 21:10 11). So it is today; some or all white. of water first thing on arising. Pay Cash Pay Less
traveling range to meet high
grade competition. love and praise him. some hate him. Most people find this all they need
others Just ignore him. Of which -stimulates normal bowel action day See Harry Sunshine Atlanta Ga.
Smart ban
players begin working
out their legs before spring training class are you? OLDER I I] PEOPLE 1 after day!
and the 795 Manta Sheet rhea
starts through golf or bunting. He gave Jerusalem nation Lemon and water is good for you. Taut .ar !large Wboliute WarctoM at
Ban players could use better legs. a final opportunity to receive Lemons are among the richest sources joo arc in Atlanta. Case sad get acgaae ted so we CM wppff roe
Watch a pitcher after he hits a him. It was not yet too late but it Many Doctors I I Advise I of vitamin C,which combats fatigue with haro'-to-icf merchandise.: Dart forget Harry SoskiM to tail
triple. He winds up at third puffing was their last chance. Such a time helps resist colds and infections.TheyGeHfiYERGYTONIC connections. No Phone Orders bat .e .31 gladly answer *H mtt

like _a volcano and it often takes comes in the life of every one of us. / supp1yva1uableamountsofvitamins abort what we k*". to o"e,. Writ. .
him an extra inning or two to retain They rejected him. Do we? I Bi and P.They pep up appetite.1'bq
his But even though some did reject aid digestion. Lemon and
pitching form. theGlhIliniu.
let us not forget that there were people_ I If roa hmat water has fresh lean y
.1I1.-II..aa. a tang too-< the
those who shouted. "Kosanna"; who diets C. tboutanl A J> mtluthwakexyouapstartsyongoingy SUNSIiI/v
The Cardinal System :
cast their garments down before him oa. u fixi P '
e The St Louis Cardinals have and waved palms of victory and Joy. flOlder yoa Seotf nwd o EmaUton you Try this grand wake-up drink 10
the best idea of the qualities that Thank God for their holy enthusi \i =: .
\ (.n (o .u.. 8.. this Use California Sunkist Lemons.e .
go into the making of a good ban asm. Pray; God that we may have .rl.1 diforenco- .r L
player. Their farm system was arranged a little more of it a at row drontof* .*..ISCOTT'S wv Ii few .! eke ( SrlfADS IOIU TOWns ILIACHIJ4e

on the general idea of giving II. God Donors Men Who Serve I COTTON MINTS SHEETINC VNOIIWtM
that
experience to young players who Christ ( 20-28). VMOROLII many Items you I
vv.
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; can Any 'H row bade. Other Hard-to-Get Items
could run and throw. For the past It is good to note that whatever YEAR ROUND VALUE OUAUTf PHROUUM |I I Qt
20 years the average Cardinal( prompted the coming of the Greeks JOH.Ta r.w
could run and be had a good arm. they wanted to see Jesus.A .
Hard hitters or big hitters who man has progressed far on the
were slow rarely stayed around. road to blessing when be makes
I Ban players with bad arms were known his desire to see Jesus. Coming -
not wanted no matter how good to him means coming to the
t they might look otherwise.The One who has the words of eternal Send for the
arm of Terry Moore and life.Note now. one and only:
III Country Slaughter in the past that the disciples were wise
have been aa deadly as twin rifles enough to bring the men to Jesus.
-.and both were extremely fast The true function of every Christian c
f on their feet When a Cardinal starts worker is to bring men to him. ,

from first to third he usually. The reply of our Lord to the Renfro
Valley
males It And when some rival Greeks, and to the disciples who
starts from first to third be Is brought them to him. seems a bit
quite often cut down short of the singular at first glance. Did he not
a
bar. wish to receive them They bad ..
Branch Rickey and Sam Bread- probably come to see the great religious lit
on were the pair who worked out leader, the King of the Jews I
this selective plan and now RickeyIs -why did he talk about death? OLDFASHIONEDFLOWER (
using It for his Dodgers. Experi- The words of our Lord are clear.
ence is a big factor but a brace of Men do not need an example, a leader .

young legs and a young throwingarm a teacher; they need a Saviour.It .
are also useful. is as a sacrifice for sin teat Christ

will draw an men unto himself.III. .
Dodgers Are YoungerEddie The Father Glorifies the Son I

Dyer and Durocher are both (w. 27-30). GARDEN
banking on speed and good arms The awful blackness of the burden II

i this season. The Dodgers have this of the world's sins which he was
i advantage-they are ;youngeu More to bear pressed down upon our Lordin
than one Cardinal star is now deepin an agony of soul beyond our y I
the veteran class and speed ability to understand. But even his r.
t: doesn't increase with the ;years- troubled soul did not turn from the I .
not even with a Terry Moore and hour of death for us. # '
an Enos $(aughter.i I The question of verse 27 Is essen
i U Robinson makes good at third, tiaQy this: Should I ask the Father A complete gardenl! Over. 80 _

or 'wherever be Is used his addition I to deliver me from this hour? No
will Increase Dodger speed. I I came: to be man's Saviour." He different varieties Flowers In 1 't 0

Teams in the N.Uonalleague hopIng ;did not look away nor wish to turn WJW m

to crowd out either Brooklyn or i back. He knew why he had come bloom all summer long! No box ITe
St Louis will need more speed and he was faithful even to death ITw
have (PhiL 2:8; Heb. 2:9) er
than they shown far. A
large number of ban players so can i He had only one desire-that the tops! No sales slips!We trust you! UPON tODAY 4 .
'name of God the Father should be CO
get in better condition and stay in
better condition than many do. For I glorified (v. 28) Do we who bear SEND Mn
any daily competition that runs I his holy name follow in his foot. ; li
through 154 games demands the .steps? Do we have an eye single
best sort of physical condition. This to his glory-or do we seek our own?
can be obtained much better by I Then came the voice from heaven; LADIES,don't miss this onceinvarieties! Positively not avail v

sticking as long as possible to onespot the Father had glorified his own m-Iifctime offer! It's your first able through seed hardware or .. ) it
rather than name in the Son. and would do itagainyes ...,
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through extensive again and again. opportunity to transform your department stores. O!)

traveling around.. Jesus knew the Father would do own garden into an eye-filling HdnistlxoRlymarJrhvc4ecetiti \ =' t
it. be did I not need any assurance display of glorious color..fast "'ftJfl "1.< :
1 Purchase OBELISK Flour
College and Pro War (T. 30), but for the sake of the pea like the chunung.old-fashioned any .. '
There is now an underground undeclared pie the witness was given. Notice flower gardens in famous Ren size, plain or self rising, from

war between the collegesand the reaction of the listeners-some fro Valley your grocer. OBIUSK FLOUR NOWWHITtR ( flllll
pro footballblcb may break recognized that a heavenly message Kentucky. 2 Fill out coupon below. JITSTRUEthisgenuineRen

Into the open any day; or any week. had been given; others had only! 3 Mail it with'ten cents la cola Thanks to recent Ballard research.OBELISK Flour ia
The colleges are charging that the heard some thunder. whiter fluffier easier
i fro Old Fashioaed Flower to Ballard&Ballard Co Inc to use than ever before!With the
Valley ,
God to *
pro leagues are taking away start May give us grace hear .
football players, who have from his voice when be speaks and not Garden hu"bever before been Louis'YillKy'. newOBILlSK.70acantUUl"1'besareo--"ectres", .'..'..'; .

one to two years left for college consider it merely the rolling of offered! Be the first in your comThat's all there is to hi! No box flakier pie emits,. fluffier cakes, more flavorful biscuits

football direct violation of pro- some deep voice of thunder! munity to have one Assortment tops or sales slips. Just boy and golden-brown cookies every time! ;- -
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promises eligible not for to the take college any man game.whois i Himself (vv. 31. 32). contains finest quality seeds for OBELISK Flour and order yatr Don't delay! Get new improved OBELISK Floar-

The pro leagues are charging that Because Christ was lifted up on zinnias, asters marigolds,holly Renfro Valley Old-Fashloned either seif rising or plain-from your grocer today;' ;

college footban coaches and college the cross and died,. there is victoryover hocks and 75 other favorite Flower Garden today! Then send 10 cents with the coupon below-and :

athletic associations are boldIng sin and death declared by; his receive postpaid the seeds for your beautiful Renfro

players in college or trying to resurrection and ascension to the- Valley Old-Fashioned Flower Garden! f
bold them. long after their classes Father. : "BALLARD FOODS MEAN BETTER '
Satan is sun at liberty In the .1
graduated. .
have bas
t This argument: or feud of course world but he Is defeated (John 18: CUP AND MAIL TODAY due

dates back to the war. I happen to 11). Death still comes, but the sting: : : I--- ---..---- tit
know that when the war came is gone for the Christian (I Cor. U: F010DS" I WeQu
along, many southern coaches weresomething 65-57). The world is stOl fighting I Bollard 4 Bolted Co.. lac.. Box 42O Louisville, Ky. td
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more than mildly upset .
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over the fact that Army and Navy .
had taken away their best players. the world. ...;;;.;;-:;:::;:::::::::&::: era
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Unless be actually wants to finish HedI for llaWo
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kings and Lord of lords to declare I Olcl-laahioaecl rlowet Garde.u I
a college education above everything olfued.1 10 trout isdn.
LISTEN -RENFRO VALLEY FOLKS I
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in its finality the victory which has wry ova
I tee no whya
CaD reason
man else.of 25 or 28. especially those already been woo.We CBS station. See yew newspaper for correct time. i Mr .AlI l. ; I .:. -b.c

with families, should stay on In college should be reminded anew that I .uJn- :;; II.

circumstances.to.play; footbalL I would Under say that these he draw It is men Christ If we the will Saviour only exalt who win him BALLARD & BALLARD CO., ; : -I._ left e

Is entitled to leave college and get I ia our preaching and teaching! Lei It'l'I of ax

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ARRIVED TODAY -Qill GOIT SOFT {{ Modem Way Brings Grand Contort natagetheir.

REGGIE I AND REGGIE ? When docomfort of cold mak cfaflzm !e

: TRY fact *o miserable many young :Inane
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866 STARTS RELIEF IN GIVES YOU b bomi-

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1st* bar Suet postpaid: 32.23. I with adav
order. Complete lino of diabatM foods, with
end u*your want list*. The
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. __._ THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .,1911
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: "..II: 1 ................_..... ..... ..... ............... Advertise ',-
>. I i iI iI iI in The News Subscribe to The News

ANTHONY B. CASO and SON ; Local and Personal I I Our School _. -_..


... ... .... .... ... ... .
MASON BUILDERSWe .. . .. .. .. I ray Auditorium was packed to capacity EXPERT TIRE RECAPPING=

do all kinds of work. Blocks, Bricks. last Friday night, when Joe
mason )(r. and Mrs J E. Cone were visit I Atkinson presented his hon "Gal
Plastering, Fireplace and Chimneys Built and j era spending. Wednesday in Orlando. [lent Bevs" in an hour long show for HAVE YOUR SMOOTH TIRES RECAPPED -
B* !the benefit of the local schooL He o BY
Repaired.NO.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conerly, of Miami I I donated his and Bess time and talentjsnd
JOB TO BIG OR TOO SMALL announce the arrival of an eight i i presented the school with the :
pound boy on Feb. 20. Mrs Conelj : freewill offering taken at the door,
Our Prices Are Ground Level Is the former Flora Belle Humphries,': which, amounted to around $135. This
HumphriesTire
Residence Parrott Avenue Box 715 of Okeechobee. money will be put to good use and
i' every student and member of the
Mrs Leo Sponseller of Goshen. Ind..I faculty appreciate what :Mr Atkinson
-- lIs spending! two weeks here with her did for them. Anyone who has mis-
--- ed the horse has really and Co.
: friend Mrs. Bata Page. seeing perform Appliance
,
; missed a treat. also the sense .f'
III I Mr. and Mrs G. L. Burke announce pride everyone seems to have felt. .
,I! ill illI the arrival of a girl born at the For knowing that the perfow-ers w reOkeechobe FORT PIERCE, FLA.
ill { I Pierce hospital Monday She has ,'. own.
!I\\ Announcement {, been named Priscilla Elaine Another of Oketchobee's product Thirteen Years Experience All! Work

; -...1.- was oa hand toe to demonstrate their GuaranteedONE
:!i ill Mr. aDd\Mrs. T. A. Proctor and lit. abilities that was our blab school I
tie ion of Miami wale visitors upending band who gave a "aU.holll' program OF FLORIDA'S FINEST PLANTS
Sunday 1a Okeesbebee vlslngt at before the performance, under the direction .1

:I! On February 15 I pwehased1 t- the Qkeecho- 11II 1\1\j the home! of ],fr. and Mrs John Brett.. M O. Kent of their very big director .

bee Shoe Shop equipment anti I II !l and Miss Mary 1.-e Withers, of JIUm! and did you know that they are soon 1
: il have begun operation of it. l i': were visitors! spending: !Sunday In to have their anl'orna The order BUSIN SS&PR F SSIONAlDIRECTORY
,
:1 Okeechobee with their families, has been placed and measure'nent
ijl!\ After many years experience in the shoe reill' ; ; I taken so now within the next two 'II'

pair business I feel that I am in a position :Mr and Mm. Edward: Alsobrook weeks they should be deliverejlI :'
I tI son Jimmie of Novatee were j Then the Okeechobee band can tait.s Ve
f : to give you the best in that line and at prices It visitors spending Sunday In Okeecho I., place among' the bands of our : iJO

I It H, that are n ht. I i bee visiting; relatives and friends. neighboring part in parades communities and frames.and Seemsas take ............._ ,!".. ,, .:.... ... "!>"'
I If .
!II J 'I tho Okeechobee has needed someone
like Mr. Kent for a lone tu te
f ; 1 FRESH FISH and do those banisters! love him1 Macel's Beauty Draglines
< of commendation. too. He is really
& working under difficulties The absenteeism Salon and TRUCKCRANE
I -
Ii! Shrimp Oysters
isn't only a matter of eon. .
I t Northern Hotel Bldg. Bern among the,students but an'one Moderate Prices Available for drainage and
,I I I DKESSEDHILE YOU WAIT tlje teachers this past two or hrec other work by day or contract.
d& Illness At the time of Excellent Service
Okeechobee, Florida weeks o

\ I. __ ____ ___ !II FRESH DAILY writing-tick there-and are the five matter teachers of sub absent SOUTHLAND HOTEL PHILIP GRAY

stitntes present quite a problc-n.
Phone 60-1
EastsideFishMkt
1811 X. Palm Way
( -- There Is probably no profession padded
with a bed of roses. Not Open On Mondays LAKE
JuteroRS R. R .Tracks front that students WORTH Fly!.
: It Is the wish of everyone
IUrgr,,e. GrocerySUNRISE b' -
and teachers will all soon *
..._ able to be bark where they are being

Order NowLimited --. ---- to_badly d needed._ '_

Mr and Mrs J. II Walker Jr.. and BURGESSSell
/ ton Jerry were visitors. upending If you want to Buy or
Sunday in Arcadia They earned
Fort Pierce, Fla.5BIGDAYS5. their little granddaughter Carroll
_._ Barnett to her home after spendingtwo Supply I Co.
Supply months here with them
Land or HousesSee

'Till'RS. FRI. S IT. .-SUN- lOX. Mrs. J. T. Hancock Mrs. T. W.Conely .

t 1Lr I' Feb. 27 thru March 3 : ,Jr.. and Mrs. A. Sprunt per attended FEEDGR1SINHAYBABY Y
Wednesday in Miami where they
the luncheon at the Colon+bus CHICKS
I ( hotel given for Dorothy Thompson JOE BONGIOVANNI
\ author and lecturer. Tues. and Fri.PHILCO
\ .
S'\\
lSit Mrs. Oscar Lowe returned to he1'I
\
Q home Saturday, from St. Aujrastino
where she underwent an operation foe -
... I
appendicitis _-- FOR

t Mr and Mrs. Ray Sin mons of Fort.
( US TircaParoil
Myers were visitors upending Monday
night and Tuesday. In OkeechobeeMr ProductsFord
0.

N !*a and Mrs. J. L. Barber were called AUTHORIZED Parts-
t to Kisslmmee Sunday on -..rcou'1lt.f Service
the serious Illness of Mr. Barber" SERVICE 0
(A Uil RE-ERECTED IS SHOWY ABO\E) brother who is a patient In the hospital SEE
While we Invite and welcome Inspection, yon wont see any more than at that place OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
t you tee in the above picture,as they are actual photographs taken at mONE POWER
't CO.
random These building are being need for Just about everything yen !Mr and :Mrs S. II McDougald: returned ULMER EZET
1 f can think of So rush your order today or see your dealer. GENt TDHrf to their home here Sunday; SALES SERVICE
Price subject to chance without notice. JOHN PAYNE night from Zephyrshills where they] POBOX UI PHONE 44:
t the week end with their son
spent I"
nCRBERT MARSHALL! .
.
1 $195each in-law and daughterPAYMENTS
ANNE BAXTEROinONWBS ,--- --- -
for the Hil$35O: &
ENDING
tojci

0 FEB. 15 AMOUNTEDTO OKEECHOBEE Burner Kelz
for 1S 48 loaded on truck or cars F.O.B. Camp Blinding, Florida or
Camp Shelby Missi.slppL $28 FOR COUNTY LIQUOR, STORE ForsaerlyDenmark's
,
.
Prices Delivered To 16 Payment of unemployment om..peasatio.
x 16 $275.00 .. In Okeeehobee county durIng Only Bar I. Towm'
Your Lot, You Unload 16 x 48 $525.00 the week ending February 15!
; amounted to $28 and were made to< Completo Howe Ovtflttara
tt two persons Carl B. Smith chairman PHONE 34

:,. Leslie Raulerson, AgentPhone of reported.the Florida Industrial. Commission. Seward Swain Phone IIS J. E. c.... Mr. it
I Throughout the state he said pay.
ICKor 159-4 -:- Okeechobee, Florida I ll-ents amounted to 'S<&.113.50 and
were made to 5,248 of whom 2.91!
.
and 2.338 were women. -
_. were men
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I Compensated claimants in thin -

Advertise in The News Subscribe to The News ... {county; registered a* available for -
thn
:: -====== i suitable work and unemployed Atlantic Service Sta.
fault of their own. were datil-
'-- --- ---- (no
Paul D. Bobbin SidePackage
and eaaning Owner East
ii.t.*.s cn -: ;:'t-: "i7! ;1':fs.1i: lJJ .qW IillilliiLG .fled as telephone operator 1
laborer
Wrecker Service
j -
t When buying spinach, choose stock; 24 Hours a Day Store I
deal
I bunches with fresh crisp EXIDE BATTERIES
"
1 leaves of good green tolorJ .
J LEE TIRES I t
t -- Uqaors Wines Cordials
I GAS--OIL-OBEASING 1

I I Notice Is lM OTICF>ftbIYPD that we .....11I TWIN OAKS EAST
Safe Deposit ply to the Board of Count Commlsaloners OKEECHOBEESTATE
I of Okeefbotx County. Florid All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE. GOAD NO. 8PHONK
A. I>. 1947
; on the third day of March : FLA. 1
.for a resolution to vacate that csrtaiaplat HJ-l,
known as Crosiersowllawi
; .. Park which plat Is filed In the office
of the Clerk of Circuit Court .t Okra
,'. rholxw County Florida la Tint Book
I Bnes' :: 2 at rage 22. for the purpose of returnIng .
the property covered! by such plat
Into acreage for the purpose of taxation
RACnU. F. ROSIER O. K. GARAGE
;,-, CORNELIA :N. KO/IFK North Park
&MACHINESER.
,
'C oooOOwooo o :

CLASSIFIED ADSoooXwooM Package Store DODGE Sale A&PLYMOUTH: Berrlc.I .

24-'">,t WrecIw Sem.Uq .
WE HAVE A FEW SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. ( .: ..... WI... Cordials I Day Ph. '1 Night Ph.13 or US
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FOR SALESix.room house with five Neat Door T. Ail Night Dunlop TIres A: Tabs
.. i,;, FOR RENT. VARIOUS SIZES. ,, lots and 30 foot chicken house See Station GeL Electric AppUaacec "

Earnest Cox, at Eastside Fist I Stores, fiefriccrater. Water
i j. S.111Illii Market. PHONE 153 Heaters

: FOR S.\LE-4 ft. Weed Chopper, "R'. Serrle Th_ AH"

!!llhI1fll lJJIlllllmllllllli( t Caldwell Factory made, weight: one
: i von seven blades like new,cost (300'Sell .
t for $150. See Clayton White 01
I phone Fred Wilson, 919-J, DeLand,

J Okeechobee! County Bank r|- ;Florida.. 3t STANEY'SPHILCO ALTO Gulf WATFORD Statta* SONS

Delivery
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation immediate k
i gPhone"
RADIO and That Good G.lf Gas.
.30 gallon automatic oil water heater,
15 Okeechobee, Fla. 15. 40 and 52 gallon Electric; water i ELECTRIC SALES & ; CULT PRIDS OIL
i k,
I .
i heaters.jHHHiphries J

.i St'H. McDougald Vice President R. G. Dynes, Cashier _t* Tire & SERVICE I ALTO'SHOTEL

*5 i } Phone 134 ,

#:: Appliance Co.FORT I Okeednobee, Florida_ I. Tk. Heart Of Towm

> PIERCE FLA. 1 i Weekly er Dally Bates
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