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Volume 32-Number 43 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 14, 1947 ) i I

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i The Legion Post Dan Rest Barber in Kissimmee Laid to Austin Pearce is Asks Bills That Be All Prepared Local Kiwanis Clubs Hold The Largest t



Htminates Years CemeteryFuneral Moved to Atlanta Right AwayRepresentative Membership Among the Members of .



J Officers March 6 Dan Barber services yesterday were morning held for at Hospital Thyrs. who will return next W. month J. Hendry to Tallahassee 1947 Florida State Representatives

for the 1947 session of the
10:30 at Kiasimmee and burial followed -
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Florida Legislature requesting
Clarence Alderman Post Number in the cemetery at that place. Austin Pearce who wu carriedto all people and Interests of the country From available biographicalketches :

84, American Legion, met in the Fort Pierce Hospital Sun Yours some Interesting facts
special He passed away at the Veterans to prepare any special or local Very Truly
session on March 6th at 8 P. M. day morning was taken from there legislation at once and get it advertised about those men who will serve In
Hospital at Bay Pines at 2:00 o'- "
v the 1947 Legislator hare been de-
and after being duly convened by yesterday morning to a hospital in so that it can be taken

Post Commander. Alto "Watford. Jr., clock Sunday morning following a Atlanta Ga. His condition was care of early in the session. Dear Friends: veloped. While some of the bigraphies -,

the following business was tran. long illness. caused by a heart ail such that he had to be taken, The advertising of all such local We are beginning to see more were incomplete enough ,
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.acted: ment. there In an ,ambulance. Mr. Pearce east dearly what the war did to the information is given to furnish a J
ills must be taken care of at
Alto Watford Sr. made a motion He was the oldest brother of J. was taken seriously ill Sunday thirty days prior to Introduction so world. We have !seen some tre- composite picture of the 1947 ses- J.

that new officers be nominated L. Barber of this city and was well morning and was carried to the that each bills drawn and advertised mendous changes in the world in lion of the Legislature.

seconded Ft. Pierce hospital where he was our time. At the end of the last THEY ARE EDUCATED ..
by L. W. Rtgaby. known; to most of the people of at this time would be ready
The following were nominated for i Okeechobee.Mr. treated by Dr. Johnson until Wednesday by the opening days of the session. war the old Austria-Hungary Empire 30 members of the Senate and 57

Post Commander: Dalton Watford Barber left here Monday night when it was decided Local bills ready for Introduction collapsed and a lot of new members of the House have had

nominated by L. W. Rigaby Eddie morning for Kissimmee while Mrs. that his condition was no better at the beginning of the session are democratic states emerged. The old college training. If this be an index -

and arrangemens were made to evil Czarist regiime in Russia collapsed to the entire membership we .
Tendall. nominated by Gerald Barber and
left
son. Frank yesterday much more likely to be passed than -:.
rLeatherman; Johnnie Boromei, morning for that city to attend take him to the Atlanta hospital. those which are introduced in the in the Soviet Revolution' should have a high level of intelligence -

nominated by Alto Watford., Sr.; the funeral. At the time he was taken ijl hectic final days.Clothing and there began the greatest social' running through the 1947.

Rlgsby made motion that nominations Sunday it was thought that he had political experiment in human his- Legislature. Only 55 members Indicated -

be closed: seconded by Alto uttered a slight stroke but later tory. The Kaiser was thrown off [ that they were native sons.

Watford. Many Seek Jobs the doctors decided that he was Drive of his throne in Germany and Ger- S
1 The following were nominatedfor suffering from a nervous condition many became a republic. Britain only be about one half native sons .

lit Vice Commander: part! Through the State that had been brought on from Will Begin Here and France still remained big pow- while approximately one half: were --

Hoffman nominated by C. D. Har- overwork during the past several. era dominant in world power pol. born outside the State of Florida.

din seconded by Alto Watfordd Sr years and that with proper care'he tics. but they had suffered blows IN THEIR FORTIESThe
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Carlisle Thomas nominated by Service OfficeJobs would likely be alright in time. For Three DaysThe from that war from which they average age of members of

James Cousart. Alto Watford Sr. His son-in-law. II Peeples of would not in our time recover the House of Representatives ia 45

made motion that nominations be Moore Haven accompanied him in leanwhile. the United States stood while the Senate average of 43 Is a
are being sought through the ambulance the trip to Atlanta following letter is from a' be
closed seconded by Gerald Leath- on out as the world's great creditor Httle higher. So there should
the Florida State Employment Service mother in Hungary. It ;
erman. and Mrs. Pearce and daughter Budapest. nation. It had not yet developed suite a few younger men. but still
i office by 77 applicants of born for mothers all over Euope. -
The following were nominated Miss Juanita. left yesterday peaks strength to make it the first world !nough of the older group to gives
43 are veterans and 28 are women Her letter lists the needs
morning by Fla. East Coast train
for 2nd Vice Commander: L. W. power but it was easy ao see that conservative mature and expert-
Horace B. Jones. Manager of the from Fort Pierce for that city and which have been underlined. What
well
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Rlgsby nominated by Gerald Leatb. the tremendous strength of our enced age level that portends .
office said today.Employers will be with him while he is under will you do? Experi-
1947
erman. Alto Watford. Sr. made were urged to Ibt! economy would make us in time for the Legislature.
treatment. the first world power. ence in the World Wars has been
motion that nominations be closed
their Job openings with the Employment
seconded Gerald Leatherman.The My dearest Madam: At the end of World War II. a had by a dozen of the Senate and
by
nominatedfor I Service for the deal purposeof of "We have not as yet received change in the world picture is even Z1 Members of the House. 19 of :
following were RecentOpinions
filling their own needs and help- Digest
package but'we keep prayingand World War One and
Post Chaplain: II. M, Hancock "- r to maintain the economy of the your greater. Germany and Japan res- those served in
hoping it will arrive soon. It actively the strongest powers in %0 served in World War Two.
nominated by Alto Watford or, community.Job .
By The can't be too soon for na. beaten PREDOMINATE
Europe and Asia are now LAWYERS
seconded! by J. Cousart; C.. D. liar- applicants include professional
My dearly beloved I feel honored and broken. France, weakened by 38 Members of the House and 21of
,din was nominated by Dalton Wat- and managerial 1, clerical and
GeneralThe and so blessed we can hardly the war and torn by internal political the Senate are Lawyers by profession
Motionto
ford seconded by Rigsby. sales 5, service I, skilled 3. "em I- Attorney
await until it arrives. During the of the
dissension. Is battling to remain and is the largest
close nomination made by Alto killed IS. unskilled 30. and agriculture .: -
war we became terribly poor and in even fourth place as a professional groups.
Watford Sr.. seconded by Dalton 14. The most significant
what little was left that the bombs world power. Russia, although she Following next in line are Merch-
Watford.' number of applicants by individual Florida legislature does not 'did not was stolen brokenup nine In the House
destroy suffered terribly from the war ante. there being
.. nominated for
The following were in the unskilled
occupation are found -
-' Hood have the power to give cities authority and ruined by the Russians. We even million soldiers dead in combat and two in the Senate. Farmers of
Stir at Arms: Clarence and semiskilled occupations."An .
to sell intoxicating liquor have nothing left. We are eo poor i with many millions of civil- which there are seven and bankers

nominated by Domer Wilson seconded D'. unemployed worker is au wine or beer in dry counties, Attorney that we haven't a stitch that we ana killed; over two thousand to the number of six are next. In-
by Keel Hood. Watson economic loss to the community
General J. Tom Watson has can call our own. We have only towns and more than seventy thousand urance follows a close second with
D. Har-
Agostino nominated by C. since be cannot spend money for
advised James T. Vocelle state a few clothes to wear and what we villages totally or partiallydestl'oyed five and a total of five.are engaged
,din seconded by Jl: Cousart., Gerald ,he things he needs' .Mr. :Jonroaid. beverage director. Vocelle had ins and
t.eatherma nominated by C.; Thomas I waan"* nitfilled do have are terribly worn : twenty-five million people'made In the bulnessf. Umber. andlum=
"la the
@ same J. '
locatedIn
Watford.' nired if cities which are torn. We have no bedding, no homeless-stood out as ber. -" ? **!
seconded by Dalton Job is an economic loss to
made counties dry by local option while Material of any kind. It really the strongest power in Eu The health 6f the Legislature
Motion to close nominations the community since it is neither
Alto Wat Could legalize liquor sales within has been over a year since we have rope. The United States is ack- should be well protected by one

by Rigsby. seconded by paying wages to a worker nor contributing such cities In view of a constitutional had a bit of bedding on the bedsj nowledged by all as the strongest Doctor and two Druggists. Then
ford. Sr.The the of need '
to production
nominatedfor clause apparently giving We sleep on the bare mattresses.We world power due to a navy that'is there is one Minister to assist the
following were ed Both losses be pre- i
goods. may
Cousart that power. However the attorney don't even dare to dream ot equal to all other navies in the Chaplains in looking after the
Finance OfficerJ. vented if employed workers are
general pointed out that the constitution haven'tthe effective Four livestock
eating properly because we world the world's most spiritual welfare.
nominated by Hardln. seconded by I quickly put in touch with unfilled
I D.'Watford. Salter Watford 'nom- also makes the county the money'to buy food with. My air force with the greatest Indus- dealers, four realtors and lour con-

seconded byJ. Jobs. unit for determining wet and dry' poor child stands with a broken trial and agricultural resources In tractors should make a good team.
inated by E. Tindall. -, '
Unemployment compensation payments
made to territory, and county once dry is heart and starved and looks at the world and the world's greatest Three auto dealers; three Editors
W. Jordan. Motion amounting to $149.00 were
Wat entirely dry by law. the fruit at the market and I can't I usable riches.It and two citrus growers and one
sloe enotnlnatlons by Dalton made In Okeechobee County to 13,
Gerald buy her the first bite. I am sure H becoming inescapably clear member each engaged In mannfac-
ford and seconded by and 9 during -
4 women
including men
An attorney retained by the yon being a mother realize how that World War II means the end tuning. hotel operation also thereIs

Leatherman.The nominatedfor the week ending March 1. These state comptroller to help collect my heart aches for my family and of the British Empire as we have one railroad man one fisherman

following were recipients were classified as professional estate taxes Is not a state employee others. known it for over a hundred years. one sawmill man one dairyman
Historian: Domer Wilson nom. and managerial 0, clerical
) and Is not entitled to retirement Life has become very uninterest- England Itself has a population of one accountant and one turpentine .
inated by Rigsby seconded by Al- and sales 0, service 1. skilled 1, General
benefits. Attorney ng. We don't even care to live over forty million. Great Britain operator which gives variety to the
to Watford. Sr.: Percy Simmons semiskilled 0, unskilled 10, agriculture -
Tom Watson has ruled. any more.' All of this past week Including North Ireland together recessions and vocations

was nominated by Clarence Hood 0, and not classified 1. Comptroller C. M. Gay asked his aU our rations allowed us were with the members of the British While only about one' half of the

seconded by G. Leatherman. Alto Statewide; unemployment compensation opinloin on an attorney who was just a little bit of corn bread anda Commonwealth, Canada Australia, members Indicated their religion
the nominations the
that
motion during
Sr. made payments engaged some years ago on retainer mixture of middling flour. We New Zealand and South Africa or church affiliation from the Information -

be closed seconded by J. week were $87.157-00, and were i and who now asks the right to had that three times a day. My haTe a population of less than one available they were dl-

Coueart made to 5,760 persona. in the state officers and The Prills Empire Methodist 25,
participate little girl has fainted many many hundred million. vided as follows:
made by Lamb to appointa do not include
Motion These figures employees retirement system. The times from starvation. We cannot including her colonies in all Baptist 19. Presbyterian 11. Christ-
VFW
meet with the unemployed
to to
committee forces in building allowances paid federal funds attorney general said that a re- get work or earn enough to mate i continents India and all the Empire Ian 3, Catholic 1. Episcopal C.

s to sea about Joining Wat veterans from tainer is not salary but is often a a living with. It makes no difference on which it is said, "the sun Church of Christ 1 and Seventh Day
Rigsby monthly
a meeting house. which are tabulated fee paid In advance, sometimes what you are sending us be- never seU"-numbers over five Adventist 1.
II M. the
and At
Jordan basis.
Lamb. statewide
ford. Sr. Motion on a *to prevent the opposite party from cause we need everything ay1M9 hundred million people. This Empire A NUMBER OF JOIXER8

Hancock were appointed. 1600,', last count 20.500 veterans drew a hiring him," The attorney general you hare to spare and we need It holds a fourth of all the Among the Fraternal Orders 6C
i Feb.
Rigsby to purchase of $1.01.U during
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made by total
this 'attorney's com If it But within the Shrlners
added that badly. It makes no difference world's population. are Masons. 50 Elks. 11
Com
"Dear thru-
cards. Cards must say to Payments to non-veterans pensation depended upon his collections men's, vomen't or eMldren't clot- last few months; Britain has announced 1 2 Knights of Pythlaa, 8 Odd Fel-
Sr reflected
made by Alto. the week
Motion for
rade. out the state '
and therefore was not a fag or letting or *o .ffcoM goodt. that she will quit India low and t Members of the Woodman -
assorted sites seconded the previousweek
order 18 caps Motion made to.pon.or an increase over paid. full time officer or employee, as Sizes make no difference; fion't by June of next year; that she isgiving ; of the World Indlcating.that
Lamb. J84.220.50 was
I by when required by the retirement law. throw a thing away. I can alter Independence to Burma; that the 1947 Legislature are pratt
soft ball team and furnish Compensation of non-veterans is
---'- them or fix them so that they are she h getting out of Egypt; that good "Joiners"
by Salter Watford those who have earned
and caps paid only to
Jerseys C. Hood. It was decided covered employment, War veterans owning stock In a I wearable or useful In the home. she has turned Palestine over CIVIC CLUBS REPRESENTED "
seconded by credits in
badly if you have which she has had a' mandate members, no doubt
would be held available for mutual ownership corporation We need shoes While some
that meeting registered as
a who are
lands and not wearing and have since te last war to the United Nations Indicate their connectionwith
are ailed to
each tat and Srd Monday nlgbt at suitable work and who are unemployed which holds titles to some you
no fault of their dwellings where they live would no use for please tend them but I Now she announces she will' Civic Clubs* yet the record l
S P. M.There. through
or being no further business Veterans drew $20 a week. not be entitled to homestead exemption beg you not to buy new. We are have to get out of Greece and probably shows 17 Rotarians, 24 Kiwanlaln

the meeting adjourned. own.to 52 weeks while unemployedand taxes, acording to Attoney only too happy to get what you other areas where her forces S Lions 3 Civltans. and 2 membersof
up and have no use have maintained her Influence as Club.
discard Exchange
---- available for work. Geneal J. Tom Watson. want to the

Called Job orders and applications The Housing Anthoity of Jacksonville for. May God' bless you for your a great imperial power unless we PREVIOUS SERVICEA I
Four Birthdays Employer little and at least put up the noted bv 4
for Jobs should be made at asked if homestead exemption kind deed and also bless your step in. very important fact

For Big CelebrationAt the Florida State Employment Ser, would be available to families daughter. I pray that your little money if not most of the men. As an examination of the biographic

Alto's Hotel vice office 127 South Second St. living In a proposed veteran housing rosebud will never have to expeni the Russian Revolution was the Is the large amount of previous

horrors of war and suffering first event of Importance of our had b1 "'">
Job orders will also be taken over project which would be ownedby ence the legislative experience

Calvin Drawdy. Ernest Hudson No. 506. a non-profit corporation and In torture and starvation. Again time affecting one sixth of the many members of the coming Legislature

Alto Watford., Sr antI Horace telephone which the families living there may I beg you not to throw a thing'i earth' surface and one tenth of This should add greatlyto .

birthday don't realize the earth's people the breaking; up and mature thinking
Watford celebrated their The faculty of the school met last would be stockholders. away because you the careful

anniversaries with a birthday par-i Monday for an organisation meet The attorney general ruled that how happy we would be to receive of the British Empire ts the eec that will be applied to pf"- '

I jy held at Alto'a Hotel Wednesday ing. at which time the following such families would not hold either It. It will be a Qod'a blessing anda ond.This posed Legislation. 2 Members have

night. Only the families. were In' officer were elected: President. M. legal title in equity to the property ,*. gift to save us. If you possibly breaking op of the British had ten years la the Le& latirt".

vlted.Th. 0. Kent; Vice-Presldent. Mrs. H. L. where they live and hence can. would you be eo kind as to Empire is due to two things. First 1 eight terms. 2 have served seven

birthday of all four are on Elledge; Secretary-Treasurer Mrs they could not be given homestead send my little girl a little bit of the war so damaged Britain at terms 2 six terms t have served -

the same date and they held the F. F. Burr.buUdlngs exemption under the present wording sugar! It would help strengthen home that she cannot afford the: five terms, 8 have served four

Joint celebration at Alto's Hotel this of the constitution.In her and give her body heat. expense of keeping a great trnperi term and 23 have served 2 term

year. a companion opinion the attorney Mrs. Ruff Frank. at power and second the labor and 29 have had one term previous

on each land each may general ruled that where a Our winter la nearly past. Only government in power in Great Brit experience. This Information

Anticipation is a great future claim' homestead exemption provided partnership owns' lands and buildIngs five abort month and winter will airs is fundamentally opposed, t to show that more than one half of

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OTHER SIDE OF UNKEA Arabia Comes to the Point "SamdeC'JJ'IG.I.EY oo.Sasid' fftI'IIa UOP.' La. if

WASHINGTON. AD the angry !. O. n-Spcity AUaaJ*.O*.
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shouting and politicking which sur
Amir Saud. crown prince of Saudi '

Bounded UNRRA during the last two Arabia presented Barry Truman BUSINESS ft INVEST. Of FOR.Ta .
years have given taxpayers the general sword and dagger aries
with a bejeweled .
: r* ar- big ats to eveni9ra a.e.
r impression that this global 4tkk! ,- as gifts from his_ father the other con machlM.Fra*eat.and *P cial price those
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machines, scaseatez bare
l agency was just tossing money down day. This puzzles us. We had heard oa boxes.Bto viu P.p..ra popcorn.Co .Naaa ttUT :
t the drain. That however was not rumors about the quality of those the 1,
HOTEL: WARNER ROBINS fOr sate i
i the case. Here are some little-known 30-pound turkeys which the White story bids. modem equ1ba --.". H eaafc.rest Bob 1

,I facts about UNKRA's remarkable House has received but we never phone H97.easy WARMER monthly BOBIN55..OA.Writ* er TripGfall'

accomplishments. knew anybody suspected they were
UNRRA supplied enough grain to FOR SALE .Attract***. aiod.ne DavlQ.ea total
r- that tough. Greenhouses florist shop ta LcxUkftta, N,
make 11.soo.000 loaves of bread for RIGA AND TENDA GOVERNOR -.- band:g theaeaioeated l'e=: leteeRut'

Europe prevented Europe from be- Under terms ef the new The President gets a lot ef curious a0.00 cula a a...m Loa c10M deal. Wri&e elf eIIQ
but this sword and '. Eo. 1'. M.IWAINI&aIN' a1I adeals
epidemicplagued peace treaty; the Italian provincesef presents X.wa carso. .
Brigs and Tenda are to go ta dagger one gives ns pause. If we
1 t- partments all over Europe supplied Republican congressman we FOB ULB-H..tbur plant eompLebteed overt!
France. Pictured here 1s M. Boar- were a one winter a.bo4Jer 8.d Top mis.D p
them with DDT. penicillin and sul gnet, newly appointed French governor would feel uneasy. If we were Mrs. Radiator Corp. Ths capstan ire Gl(8t Gran.Rlino
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pha drugs It inoculated hundredsof of these provinces.WARNS Truman we would feel fidgety toe au 7H.omatie d large coal:In"a" eombuetinCT, Trsee.k med.Si pe ,

thousands against typhus and (In fact even if we were Harry: we Jeetton ao-N heater., complete141 model li and wall X man ra.dlaJ a:=:

typhoid thus preventing the,type of wouldn't like It.) sump =:-- D II the Clet
epidemic that after e StwtvaatWAaaka -
ravaged Europe 44-4a. B. ta, '-
World War L This country has had Presidentswith with motors 1 Beanpietu
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Last year UNRRA fed at least one whose personalities a sword O. B.. STS OiriMUa. *. O. :

meal a day to five million children and dagger might not clash. But Play.astior.

helped reclaim 10 million acres of k Harry is not the type. Even cloak. HOME FURNISHINGS APPU..

flood land for planting thiI'ear. It -- ; ,'-.t.: :' : sheet or turban wouldn't help mat- Sharpen s.fata-Quickly. easily two ,
took care of one million displaced ters. fectly with the new designed. minlat.r.= hew,
persons provided them food and DUTCH COURAGE This Is a street in Banker Valley: ," Bear :..,. -.-- c..it.rpener.. MS S.FlUssare.BOc ptpatd Dearer Reeve,Gate Dta/riMiha'.D.rtu._ thosSwhen

hundreds of thousands Breskens. where the Germans once boasted an "impregnable line all that
shelter saw :... It would be a step from
t of fortifications. Dutch families now occupy the bunkers. One woman ''
of them safely home. : to an Arabian horse. After that a INSTRUCTIONHOa1E.nADE ,; :
Despite Its the has her weekly wash hanging ont to dry: on the remains of a pillbox .t .i to the .,, and f
errors en political .' President does not belong rat trap, new ..a. chasm.,
aide. UNRRA did two things. The The lady ia foreground is standing near the doorway of her piUbox .. -I American people. He belongs to the safe, efficient. One dollar for plans to [} "'lbt
home. Shell used U make fence. Walcheron... the .;_. build your owe trans Satisfaction euaraa**
t cases are a '
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\ agency made nations work together .. .. .,. fllm teed. ROBERT BOBBINS. rautM.MISCELLANEOUS Lain;; ofbmore
j in harmony made the postwar world key to the great port of Antwerp, and the Germans held It. "'" .". ... :- ...

a better world for millions who otherwise .. .. Be even lays himself open to becoming ',.: toile

\ might have perished.* It is ....., a double feature. KNIFE GRINDERS Dependable ......... 1 other
only fair to' remember this side of \. -.- tam ball bearing Direct motor drtT.., Uaa.. ; blew
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venal ball bearing head sri-iers aad '
the picture. .... Prince: Saud in presenting the gifts head rtadera. Prompt delivery.H tune.

S e e ; i.j CONGRESS. William also handed Harry a letter from his r.O. Dos ,M4. Co W-t ION Yal..... flajMEN'S ; Ba

1\ GOVERNMENT JOBS j Green president of the AFL. as old man. the Imperial Poobah of Wrist a Packet W.te.... OUt .71 than
Memo to government workers: ., he warned the senate labor committee Saudi Arabia where the oil comes Pawn 7JT. 1SJ. It 17J.. S14J5. 15J.Eulovas. .a ISJ Then
Don't too excited -_ ._ .w from. What did the' letter sayTThat's Gruen. Elgin others fringe. the
get about those '
: ,", that enactment of mostof These watches are all guaranteed and via-:
{ statements by Representatives John Y.& : the pending labor bins would important. Did it contain a be cent subject to iDaJ>eCtiola. U desire,! side:
t ftIp1.'. .. .. and Send $1 with order baL to be paid C4
sword dag-
Taber and for
Harold Knutson that the / provoke industrial strife which set of directions BAT STREET' PAWNBROKERS Fe
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congressional budget committee, of would seriously undermine U. S. ger usage? FIetWa' rfdarlda

which they are members. favors immediate in world's position. ---
reduction of government ;:;/'-' Did it open up "Dear Harry: :' The POULTRY CHICKS & EQUIP.. tbeh

personnel by one million workers._ next paragraph will show you how QUALITY hew breed BabyChlefcs B.dr that
Barred Rocks White Rocks.Broad fted
Inside fact is that most membersof : to attach these implements to Sena Bronze Poults Long Island White Peat I aderl
tor Taft's chair"? Was there a postscript Ducklings All from PuUorum Coatroiitd
the committee excluding Congressmen .a flocks. 10O% live delivery gusr antes*.Cg *
1 ; Taber and Knutson. are N "Also mighty bandy for use second and third choice of chicks. Sfeia. men
}. rc if travel at all by motor bus or menu Tuesday Wednesdays. YrkaJs,
you
apprehensive that too-sudden slash taiD-
I a Priced at *ll per 100 for one week ashy,
subway? Electric Lerto Shallow Well Water' Amps
in the personnel question win be re- /
_e_ (73 complete. 150 bushels recleaned .. lay
ferred for further study ,to the senate rt Rye 2.40 btt. COLLINS cone W"
and house Anywhere in the letter were there la*. Phaae IH. Dcaioatk. Seat Can a.
appropriations com Tan
mittees. ;' .ene. the words "Look sharp act sharp V 9. ALL-APrEOYED puIlonna-eaBtnQafti
.'- ; be sharp!"? chicks now hatching most any bread i or In
When a decision finally is made j. :. \ _._ hybrid you might desire. Price list aw"upon '
$80.
.
the reduction In government -; request Good proposition Lot wk
per- :
sonnel will be much closer to 500.000 \:$..,, .. .. In return Prince Saud got an autographed ROAD sale account VIEW HATCHERY CatoarBU._ $SO.Le..

than one D Won. photo of Mr. Truman. It SPECIAL BABY CHICKS t8 93 pee eaal
e e does not seem to us that an autographed hundred. High quality blood tested. iieai .
4 choices of the following breeds:
BEATS TRUMAN AT FARMING STARVING CHILDREN OF ROMANIA Starving IH-cIad Romanian photo of the President is Red Orpinctons. Wyandotte, Gm at..L! \\

i La Verne HaH of Westby.. Wls. children and their mother hesitantly approach the depot where quite in the mood in such an ex boras. Add KELLY'S 4Oc per PET hundred SHOP for n0mg, loa:

champion 4-H farmer of America. American Bed Cross clothing and medical supplies are being dis: change. It we were the President's 1U auk a,.. Merth. NaakrUIe. Tee. sta!

who has made $53.000 at the age tributed. The' Bed Cross Is financing and supervising distribution of lecretary'we would throw in a lariat 1 PA

of 20, caned to shake hands with $3,500.000 worth of food for relief of 500.000. starving people la Moldavia and a branding iron or something SEEDS ETC. In

President Truman. who*never 'wa. Northern Romania. VERICEA I.e......*$30 00 hundred.Ksbtl tot
=- Lespedexa SIS hundred.Mo noxious veeaxl
I able to make a go of farming .. '. I OWENS SEED CO.: Aikaa. a, C.1 RhBc

f Missouri. NEW MAN They made a newman On the level. Harry,wfastcner gonna ;
GOP Congressman William Stevenson of do top Field Marshal Viscount

who escorted his young constituent I Montgomery during his visit to U. S. Savings Bonds" hat bn

told the President bow Ran Moscow by presenting the here of -

was chosen "national achievement El Alamein with a caracul and sable You can't slash a man's tax with tot

winner" among junior farmers at coat and a caracul cap. He either. Joe Martin is wearing a suit !f

the International Livestock exposition I doesn't look the same without the of armor these days. MDRNIN6 of
.
in Chicago. One of the prizes familiar beret and sweater. cot

was a silverware set from the White I __ And before you can get into Hen t
House. ,. ... Wallace's office in the New Republic a'
Td like to meet more of your Today they search you of!

type" said Mr. Truman perhaps e WITH LITTLE GEMS Of tDIIIK j gel

remembering bow his own farm was ',. ,.., Back Home Stuff So little but-OH PoIYr What a tftfferenc -, tatfet
f > sold for its mortgage. "You young *MILES UTTLS POXSCM=.

Americans are doing great things f1 make when fou need oocaajooaf:. ..
Tom Edison's: laxative! What
anniversary stirredup a Joy to feel
: for the It tai
country must feel pretty
a boyhood memory of the kerosene regular .without the batsh.*
;
good to be a successful farmer at sudden nbl..tlntt" ometloiea. /ol
l the age of 20. When did you get x lamp. Our boyhood home had cawed by poweffuTparfiatiTee.se:,
; started" gas (the quarter meter), but Grand try the> UxatiT that works ,ufcyoa Tbtar
mother Johnson's not through ,
house
at 84 Sylvan
; \ .. His visitor replied that he started back the folk who make A lkaMSdit2w..f' ID
avenue
home had
no such lux <
t. at the of 11 ? Sold
age with one pureblooded b' eoi family drpgrn.
;; d. = calf and two Poland China hogs. ury. She used kerosene'lamps and CAUTION-Not they were things of delicate abdominal pain or other .' as
He did not mention that beauty ems .
.. his farm .
toma cf
We appendicitis.. ta
;:, can see her now. trimming the present-
holdings are now worth Tale.
$53,000.
only sa disesd 111
wicks
4 : ,;_:- e w y shining the chimneys and K ..Laboratories..aw.: ;IsA ; '
: i cleaning up the china shades which nedr
<;; QUEER VISITORS seemed to us to be pretty wonderfuL ,

Wi' The late FDR once told a visitor Once in a while she would send \lf.siimg'f 93THE
'
1' he was considering sending an ambassador us to Lute's grocery; for a can of

j from the American peopleto kerosene. We remember that Lutz u

:\: the state department since that would always slam a potato over th

8:. department sometimes seemed so' the spout as a sort of cork. At our WR.WHitt Q -, br
!. out of tune with the rest of the house when the quarter meter
came m
USA. Unfortunately, that condition T-c in, dad had a tendency to expect too RllBIDJOD .1..Wi..
hasn't changed. : much of two-bits and every; once in In
MISERKICH
While thousands of Hitler's victims a while at dinner the light would GYlDS'
fade
> persons
,.-" LOST ARM AND LEGS-MAR- bringing cries of mothers an i p
; camps unable to get visas, theI' -_._. _--- RIES Miss Clover Kerr, Hont- "Quick! Whoa got a'quarter in Iq front old-fashioned remodiesa ub Iek.
state department has been throwing chance" dean,white
I'k" the doors open to various interesting SEEK LOST GOLD MINE '. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Middangbf legIon Park. Calif., who lost both ," stainless: ,medical 1Md

:. visitors These include Austria's former Joplin. Mo., are shown with the pack burro they will use .n their legs and one arm la automobile PENETRQ RlLeaF40

:?;: premier. Kurt Schuschnigg. trek. Into the Superstition mountain area ef Arizona In search of the accident: is shown walking down THE SUPER TYPEA dtb

-I t,< Pastor Niemoeller-who reiterates famous Lost Dutchman gold mine. The 59yearld pistol paekln'grandmother the aisle with man of her choice wonder man

his belief In a powerful Germany blew into Phoenix with a yellowed map to the mine Clark B. Taylor Bosebnrg Ore., Is Chester Rice; tt

and handed down by her great-great uncle. as they were married. He buys a car W
now one of the key Fascist operatives

P'- of the Near East. Ahmed < ,, ,,'. ,. .. :' At the stated price
< C
""". <<"" : ; n r".v "
-4. Hussein. > -Alma Denny,

i I Hussein arrived ostensibly as a .0'.y : 1' 00. +
correspondent for Cairo newspapers > The kick after touchdown Jasr A u try a
is sala.
not csc+pia+
,\ but he is lUll bead of the pro- going to be the BASK 1N RATMEas..
same
: I ft.. Fascist Young Egypt party and .'..: 'JP.! :.... Ij' :t ban under the new rules.play If in foot- e ar:
: 't. ., ., I. blocked,
.l' .
.c .
.; ",. "'' ""
.
..',an Intimate of the Infamous "Mufti"of .\ """. the baH is to become dead. Thus t

;- of Palestine whom Hitler chose as "( \-1' ". one of the mOlt stirring WNU 11
moments In 7
J bis fuehrer of the Middle East. Since football to be bUtzed. .
reaching these shores. Hussein ; ,...: .,. k1ck. The blOCked t
.1 has the scramble for the
ban.
i',, east off his role of newsman and '' !JIIft, "."" ... breathless
; >, uncertainty for eh'
;; a few Ct
-', ''' se
baa e
registered with the Justice de. -- '; onda and then. :
.. perhaps. a kid
I "y break 1e
:: partment as a foreign agent repre lug from the
*' : pad to Kidney
aeore
a Ito
1.4"canting Young Egypt. He has : ; run on, man! g
The
I ; been selling his special brand of __ ;f: steadily modified to gsmebeing S. HelpTnem dean the! 1c 1I 1l
a
"
: -r- pro-Fascist.' anti-Bntiih venom. . where It Is more fun t>oint or Banofnl Body VssMDOANSPlU l

I i'{ CBA.F; ; .i-_ "'- .,:_, cheer leaders. watching th e T.orfee arc ta.we.dly 1 I,
CAPITAL '' CS. we salts use tbni <<
1>-; It hzsn't leaked out but Brig. H < CAN hda. sa.stl.e.isa Y t3diree isbf

I : Gen. Elliott Roosevelt was recom. .2. : YOU REMEMBER. ika U Istii4ag t.
.
: mended for a permanent reserve !. : ; Arty 6.1 ",h..the osly IbM, II (

I : commission by the army reserve officers .-1-- : yon os s6. silo wst t
tI
t .- commissioning board bead .... a tI
"' J '
ed by Lt Gen. Jimmy Doolittle. ,0--' ...... : k.1ondup
j I r-, oR former chas IJ
But when President Truman klger erg
sent .. to r of New York Phm. O tbse gee.t It
t : the nominations to> the senate.Uotfs E1t grmomit; oedw ste.o..daar kegtt i,
GOING DOWN TO TOE TEA IN SIPS These solemn-raced gentlemen NEW DEMOCRATIC DIRECTOR gone to the Chicago Sym .
0 name was omitted. On
the Noy
I are tbe seven members .f the U. S. board of tea experts as they .. Gael SvUva. DHnel BodzhWd asked for and Tban iibfl7wa' .
who '
> Ust however were several GOP resigned b1a was Cfnn Is wIne
opponents are passing Judgment en between lOt and CM different samples ef out &ht release pin
e. as second assistant .. t. '
I of the Roosevelt particularly tea which has been submitted. br the trade. Fatare tea grades win general to become postmaster club but we nook pmt Did York a.w aced. 1
former Ma}. Gen. Pat eaten'the betA
Hurley, be made the remit of these tasting tests. This method ., testing had director ef the Democratic smart could have bad a lJsrraemainlineby 0aai/ti
large
I f!: who blasted both the President caabeoupIe .
and
.t state Mt been conducted daring the war.yean- Members of the testing rational esmmlttee. 'He has been sum six 0DUe1d Y1c.l1nIata. s.aey sin. Aeb ta +
the
department a and
,! :. \ year alo.i beard are aQ experts and will set swallow any ef the tea. mentioned t 0 replace Banaegu. for him.at SOUth paw oboe pliyer



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htpnMl SUNDAY EXtreme Temperature ,: ".

LAST LaVER U.iJortIIhttirulio"l I SCHOOL .

!'he strangest of an the' tm1que"

properties of liquid helium was discovered '.
BY -, "1/U1tt., -:- L E S SON -:- recenUy at the Institute.0- '" .."

LUNDQUIST, D. D.Ot of physical Problems in Moscow ;.
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wonIderful BY The HAROLD Mood3r Blble 1DsU'- of O eap.. says Collier'$. In t.'le experlment; -

Ida JleFu...... u .... he..,. and dark and sour In his couldn't be, but ob. how Re1ea 4 Wcatena Newspaper UBiGao two bowls of the liquid were prepared. -- '=-

Cuppun.' .. .... War ..JUcJaarC.\\ breast: it It were true that Spane with the contents of one at t
"r wQ cw. cJ l4rea. De liked her. tool Doole7 had tried to .
T brand or breed of athlete. There was so much that he remembered. temperature within one degree t
w, .lob L & caution into her head.rbere' 1& "
malte the most money out ., Julia McFarlane. ad&ndn& put LESSON FOR MARCH centigrade of absolute zero. the,
tIieC .. .ftIa te b4 vau. -
seething
MIDG a lot of emo on
of Pt'ofeulonal sportt How do..181arlea I atelauC. Tweai7-a.,. JC&r. laCer, ale copper-headed Icrap of fire air'Jn warUm. i11. Some Iof i im point where it loses aU viscosity. ';
the .
ID
paid out today compare wi1h Ie Z7 ... HrYIQ .. CIIe ana 01 wo 4 -.lulia. seventeen rean old and and :::S Sc ..:: and the contents of the other at 8 !

those .of the. palt! War II. wIlDe lID, ZI, professes .. ... as IuD. of laughter al the UUle it 11 waoderfu1 and fine. sort lomeof ofI' Council"of' ae1A<< EducabaD: uae4 7 temperature about two degrees

Those marYeDing at ) ..rest .. Spur Gold.. a 7De.. streams that tumbled do.. the h111sreck1els1J' It b a passing fever. a perm&uloISTDUTE-. higher where it still retains some
Iea&aL .I.u& .. worriM a1letl& IUc. _. had recklessness that leads men to say 1
the .alarie, paid tob ; '. Into the river. He WrIB
FeUe CharUeTrippl PI ......... .... .. De air corps, been In love" withber- thm.' But I' thin they dOD't reaU7 mean and I nu.oWSBIP viscosity. i iby

... ..... 1m. wile .... .. alyhe. red. women to believe them. So keep CHRIST When the bowls were connected
and other, Richard McFarlane had had a
... .. &111I.7 wile. nJlJed te UIO yOUI' head, no matter how rOW'beart a glass tube. their contents began -
faU to recaU the lame rrkI aM PI eadvd. Do c-. wheeled WID, and the glamour ofophlstica goes.- LESSO TEXT-.loba 1I:1 12-11: to ftow from one to the other.

total amounta collected c.'f LIes ...... wonlel te Da.. J'.u.enoa.. on had Invested him. He ,,1':1-4. are IDYI' using the full capacit7of

br Babe ,. I&mD7 Mud w.. ..... .l1ID.a II. PI had had lome kind of unimportant HI wu.. raised ID the mWtarJ'. tradition. ': trieDcIs.MEMORY If SELJC'110N-Ye do I cGmmaa47OIL.lohD both liquids simultaneously.

Ruth &nI uaU1 from c. ..nr told ..r ... te ller 1 1al&7 .. job ID Wash1n then, but Dave she told Spa ""14, brother I' Ult.t the tube

aU of his financial IUc rL "' .lm p te a uac.. had knOwn that be wu a .wash- and I were utter'" ciferent, but t :;: --

deab. Theyoverlook buckler and a gambIer and a Uar. even ID those ItOOU :rears when The hour bad for our Lord'.
soldiers I words with his discipleL -
the chanle even everrbodJ' .as pacidst and nal inUmate
CBAPTEB muUa' were tramps In khaki tl'bo .eren' I I It was Indeed a solemn. but MOST MOnmtSDOtIUS
picked UP by Red Dave Patterlaa tensed his hands
Grange after-be left raised admitted to theaters or good hotels. also a blessed. hour.n .
hia horse
Illinoia to pIay with Red r lips quivered. the color on b1s the head re1ns.aDd 10 snorted.W that roc and I alwa7s marched 10 mJli.. I ItarJ' I was Dliht before the darkest ., Baby

the Chicago BearLIn came Into her face aDd then receded mUi1c. It was because our day In the world', b1storr. .

addition to his contract with the 1ea It aged a little and McF..lane. christened .Juna.- father was a kind of lpecial Clory m rrow the Son of man was to

mIed witO was ecltaUcal17 happJ'. had and.we hated aJl11h1ng CalY&rJ"'s tree lor the sins \
Redbead made a motion paUence.eone : that we hang on
Bean.plcture the catfedrwo MInute' toPIa7. wal the ehJ1dren', father.Dave. "' Itation-wagOD was tun of rattles that detracted from 'his Iplend of the world-for J'OUI' sins and,for Aeoid
: discreet Has
lumbered along at a -
and '
he was
hen woodedul for a child mlDe. But lor' the moment
If. thine
." As 1 reeaD Grange', COnTer.atiaa m', tather. Be'. more mnes hour. mIWI'led a
tb1rt7 an Uke that to live alone with his dIsc:1ples.
at the time, someth1n& Uke than ever now that lt'l war again.She. brief hope that ber dreSiwwldD't. to bave aomething eaten
a bad been
be bad left IIl1nob.be .wean his memory Uke a decoraUoa. up to. The last Passover
two rean after be ruined b7 ereas. orsomethlne discovered. -
had been
hlm for m. "Was 'he decorated or some- together. the betrayer
In front. and I can't destroJ'
around $250,000
was had chance
before she a
her asked. steering the and the Lord has told them .
She adm1res me DOW. I want thin,! Spang
those were tbe'C01den. haPP7 reanwben this amaD shadow
danee ID It but the-
to : where
to
'l'hat"ae1bb. slow vehicle around halted bus. that he was loon 10
adm1rfDe me.
let "011 keep moat of what to keep on the beautJ' of the n1&ht she his
bad. b7
upaa
lor people The bus was run of aoldiers hangine could not tonow. Peter
ou mad.. when there were no "lO 1 SUppole. But put out of her m1nd, because ,&he brought forth It IU1I11 ,.. ..us ral ....ISttnat.
of the wiDdows boll1 self-assuranc..
out
the beads and shoulders
.mr..
and 80 and 80 cent brackets. with forthrlpt mlDds Uke .cIIat. wIIiIe dIM ....
per at the end world 11 prett7 well aIled with pe0ple and some of them crlnned and the pI'OPbeCJ' of his denial.'l'he wItII v..... ... lit..... ......

,GaUoping Ghost who bave to be despised..Dd lame of them saluted, laughinll7. dilciples were d1.sturbed In ..........ectiOII __....-
of two ean bad made and kept from aDrtIlIIItMtl... ..tJ&tdMIL
aalute ID heart and m1nd. 'l'hen came
worries and snapped a
than four. ,tan of course there'. Bic:. Be Spane
more, money Unfortunately any ID me. obD L la,.. rn apolled him. !, return. ''Some of our boy I." he the Saviour', Ups the words of comfort home remed:7:
eould do today. ..hichbave Best-known
.
but rlpt DCW rm afraid to take told J'm. ''On their wa7 Destina.Uon assurance aDd power me to re11evec11Stress
other dew'with C. C. P11.. Grange .' IDe. aDJ1hIne unkDowa.." been the Itrencth and solaeeof of chf1dren'S colds Iscom.fortlng

blew a big part of his budding for- &n7th1nI awa, from .. his people throuP aU the cen- VIets VapoRu}).
little. 'NoJ'm took the eonvention -
that ,trengtbena hIm. even a up
tune.Dabe. badn't turies. Our lite both here and hereafter EYeD ,hUe 7'Oa rub 1\ em.Vr.poRu1) .
wishing they I
Ruth averaged far more ut they know that their father apln. Is 10 his mighthand& ata.rta to work w
those traveling troops.wIsh1ng .
than $100.000 a ,.ear ID his prime. 11 dead. 'lbat'l wb7 he'. berolcw glimpsed would not look back We leam In thla ps'eClous I'OI ODof ease d1streaS...and ltk ,
"1'bere when.be palSed them, because he', a ,plendid Spang O1wor dur1ngthen1&ht. -, .
were that ;
rean subtance.U at them. "'No, 1 don't know that he Scripture I IL No yonder mos\ mothers
count. Includine an the Idea that Dever bad &n7
the $200,000 le-t Be
Need
decorated. M7 crandfather Investiated The CbrlstlaD
a1de1ine, with which h. daD1ed.FeDer he bac! come back-weD. 1 won'ttaIk was :::
about that. Doo1er. But you wheD the war wat Gver. Fearful (14:1-6). VICKS

u4 Trippl hne ra ed IDterIda together when we didn't hear anrthlng from That' Indeed a good wordan.eded
know :hAt we aD crew up
putaru. b.t they wo" be .. -1 know the kind of life you bad m7 fathel-but he couldn't ftnd any.at word! Troubled hearta are

deJa wbe. they have pallI &axes .. an. But ther were aUberoes ever7Where-m the palace and ID

their' .arlo.. checka. De.', forcett.b&I with Richard"Yes. weren't ther!" the cottag.. on land, In the alr and .

wile. Gaae TaDney 'I know. There are thlnlsI '"Yes. the,. were aU heroeL" A on the sea. 'l'here Is a place of

check for more &haD pot,_ after can't forget. too, Dave. Unpleasant dead loldier was alwaJ's a hero. he rest, thatlk Godl There is One who

hb .econll tlgbt with Dempsey. thins. John L ha, heeD at me was thlnkine w himself. a trUie bitterly sun speaks thto maeatic words,

for w bave Richard declared he..rt be troubl
yean 'Let not J'OUI'
I'talDed .
more &haD !. Jean e. TuDDey
aromall 10 per eeD& .r hbpa7. legaIb' dead. But aomehow the Idea OlAnd 10 are you-and aU those believe In God. believe also IDme.

II horrible to me. like openln, acrave. War is hero'. ."
Tocla7 the &as c1epartmeDtw.aLI boy, back therel a .
&ake 10 per eeDt aa4 kave"I'DQDe7 ." business." Hi. comfort Is one which cover,

It per eeDt.In ""I can't talk to rou about It. ofCOurl" "'War', a job to do." Spang demurred. the future life, for he la71. OIl goto

Dooley. Not that-or &n7"thine "a dirt,. job that takes men prepare a place" (v. %). Concern
'actual calh returns, Fener', mlnd-'o Is settled at
else that'l ID m7 about future dea
it. So and do It. Wedon't -a.-.
to do we go JIu., ___
$80,000 won't approach Babe Ruth', lone as rou are Richard McFarlane'l Uke it and we growl and cripe. once 'wben O1rlst .Jesus becomes \Utiaa &eott'. E.alaie. ....

$80,000, not b7 $30,000 or more. .-if.... Dave said quietlJ', and the enlisted men cuss the of. oar .Lord and Saviour. We need u_ .,'. aa4 Ia.aftll.-bail41___ AADVIiu _

b1J 1012' Ilender He has on .. .... .. _
forward longer.
f.
leaning the politicians. WOrT) no eU eIoU pn.
oftlcers
deer, and the cuss ... ...... .....
Leading Collectors danDIn. between his knees."But before to the Father'. house to prepare ar. "'" .a .
hands but we wouldn't miss It. not ...u...tuQ: bodi&. H_.. hiW

What are the leadine mone7 makaports I can't agree with J'OUe.. Your &n7 of us. But we'U be clad wbenIt' a place for his own. When lborewe we ..A&D..-...tlefici-- .........,..-Ifb -....

as far as the Individual at tude doeso't make sense. ended and we can go home.Let' .- come to that ever-peaceful ....1 All dnJaiata.

star is concemedt BJ'I'on Nelson "1 know.' But most of the reany -- Dot talk about the war.'lbough shall not come u strangera. but

tb1nIs ID life don't make I Isense. a, IODS aDd daughters to a prepared -
passed the $60,000 mark one leasonIn Important -" Jill shivered a little.here .
In our Father'l house. BrI1&NEWS
plaee
coif prize mOlle, andlth1s didn't "'\ doesn't .eem to be very

Include hi, receipta from; IideUnes.rhl. Dave walked the 1enIth of the much else to taUt abouL" His words. ""I W 1 come agam-the

wa. worth around $40,000 more. room, his hands thrust Into his ''Let's talk about 70U." Span, (v. 3). gives prelent meaning to

Ben HOlan reached the $44.500 mark oockets. ''The dead are dead, 1)00.iey. suggested. 1 know you're Ric MeFarlane' future promise. He net only prepared '-- ,"
It Is who makes folks
he
but that
In prize money in 1945. Bocan also I 'l'he decent: .thlne is to burr ",, ",.- sister, but that's aU Ido the plac.. ,

bad other pay checb that golf them and keep rour memories. TeUme She had seeD him .Dly,twice. know about rou. except 'thatrou're brings us there. 'l'he glorious sleep aU nigbU

brought In. My cues, would be a one thine. II there &n7 love red-beaded and like mi1itary of his coming again 11 the emstian' oIeop ----.,
with and his ap.- comfort and might- u.beiDc awaa..i aiPt..n- I
eyes ,
Spang greatest &he.hat
MeFarland" was "
total of d $8:1,000: or $75,000.So left In ,.our heart for Richard bands and danclng. t .. w..u. --- ... ...
proved her, and life was just DOW lest Incentive to useful, hol.1 livinl.D. ::f'. .. ..bop.TbM''' Foley
the pro loUer. or at least a few very wonderfuL ''That's, aU there Is. rea1l7. 1 CbrlsUaa Neall No' BePowerleu J'IJIa. alIaF 1ri&bi.i4 ......... s.bIM-
ds to her throat 1 wasn'tterrib' 'Ihe ..-nJeot aDCi FoM., P u.-
ha
alone pretty weUcomparatively. She put her went off to school, and or irri&a\ioa
et them, can let ..
She had met the I'ealitof war (14:12-15). IICMG'1'01..,. Pilb..- ,yoe wit... "
A Nelson or a Hogan with a rount. wistful gesture. of AU bright, though I ftnally,did not here IDa 10_ .... DOUBLE YOUR. MONEY BACK. IMak.
panic. fonowera are
w11l do far better than a C Ulter. ''That', unfair of rou. Dave. That'la with a sinking sense grab an A.B. ADd then I came ChrIst" led. 0. Foley Pilla"- yt: JLWO I
that she need a little OOUBLB
to ask the cirls of her ,own ale world of lin and as "n. Full...tnf..U ow
Tripp!. a BuddJ' Young or aD7 question 1 haven't dared knew bad been caught up ID alort bome crazy to drive an ambulance of bJDD-slnging: weaklings.thinkinI :<'EY BAC ..
the .n these 1 did love the WAC something.'anr- group .
ether footbaU player. But m7se1f. :rearL or join or the
when
pro of whirlwind of despair. on1J' of the dar ,
) Is rather ,teep after ,.ou b1m terribly IODC.. and then, aftertime thing with bra... buttons attached. !
coU drop "'We haven't a prayer'' thermourned. shaD be In a righter land. Ah. ,.es.
"t1p. take In the few crowd pleasers, \he went on. when there was no "'TheTU aU go oft todght. But m7 crandfather lat on that they ling hymns and rejoice In
record DOthing at aU..omethlng b1m-01d John LHe's
word Idea. You met
few big mooe, maltera; no and then ;when they come them: the7 look for a better land:
bitter that rve 10Ug11o character. He adores
basebaD aal&r1e. line I'ucelllate. b&ck we'U be old maids. and the"Dmarrr a unique their weapons of warfare are not
Top with aU mr 10ul and aU m7stren&th. my mother. thougb he and m, father -
Greeaber". $55.eoe .- girls rear, 70UDIer. kids carnal But weakllngst 011. no God .
., Irem Dank began to crow In me. I didn't appreciate each other ,
FeUe.... esUmated $80,000. that are In high school now. It was uses them to do ereat and mtlhty i
to Bob battle It at night. and It'l Uke dght. exactlJ'. 1 understand, one of those
The dUrereaee .. actaal c10Dar retarDs a shadow. but a shadow wtI that way In the las\ war; mr mother family thln&s. He lectured me like things for his &1ory-
words of e5us."He .
WOD't be laree alter the7 huemevell"late somethln laid so. Note the blessed
steely. strangUngll'iP. a.top lergeant and said that Mother
a believeth on me" (v. 12). I I'lbe ...
bracke" wIIere I had already puUed that
nata of them
<< J'OU can't touch or lee or. feel. but Some had had a tough life. and now ,he
the ,.lllea lIarv..& oddeDlJ' reaches can't defeat." out of the dre&rJ' edd7 and lone needed me around to keep things &I1D7 of God carries the l'OJ'ai

BDI5b. Wllea Bpre off on mad tangents. maf1'7 1e men banner of faith In a living Qrist.
.. abrapt JO. and and bright because. ,ofcours.
chl1d
merry
"'Doo1ei. were a shaD be do"v.
.. the i&ses aa4 the.present eest ., 70U with bo,... All this overnight, marrrlne men the7 knew .. Ric would go Into the ..ervic. ''Greater worb .
love a his work
fell In
J'OU who chanced ( I%>. Jesus onl7 began
the $11,000 that Bau WacDel' little about. men were I home lU
UvIDc. morbid ,tuff-a pSJ'cb1atrtst could .. 10 there am-just a I development
CbrIai7 Uathflrloa .aee b, the glamour of uniforms, anrth1nI off on earth; ita greatest
and to on taking our men
they keep
drew are ...t .. ral' ...y from the explalD It: 1 can't. U auddenb'1mpossible. rou were to be saved from belne sucked the place rD end up hoeing corn was to be the jorcus. privUele of hiafoDowers. CALOX
RlQud now. .. ashamed that we to
meet We .e change
dismal doom of.spinsterhood. -
$Sf,1Ot aa4 $61,000 be,. ., today.As down Into the and feedine pigs ed thlngs."
filureof
i f cours.. Just a But lomethlne fastidious.omething have DOt lived up to thIa creat promIs. -

Ij I I"t Ij far al pro football p. It IIan ,peec1P-but U he were to comeback that held al ID JW .. but by his grace we wi11 do bet- for the ituU eIJedon

eltablished economic. fad that Into JOur life ,.00 mlPt bealck bad made her scornful of these Lot'e Catche$. Up smile

the two I'1valleacues can't pou1b17 with -11smuslon. You"d dIscover levered and uncertaIn escapea. With Jill ter."U r8 ask.. 1 wI11 do" (v.lU. )cur

break eyeD. team for team. with the that you bad crown. you'd know Someone ha. called this aiped EIfid-I Col .....,..,

salarle, the7 are payine today.B.... that ,.oun.Ilove of J'Ourl wa, merely She told herself that. she was a ""WeD. the army eata a lot ofbacon. blank check OD all the resources of a..briq oat
dreI mature woman. She was not a aiJyJ'OUDI And the naVJ'-aU those J Hcpe
baD II.. 1M came. a ar. excludm. one of thoSe wD4 and prett7 aaIII I Iuue r.rz
the 30 or J5 exhibition conteata.Alainat that dame up before the age of rea.'OD th1n& w be ,wept awa7 on a tramps get too fat to waddle off GodDL De Cbrktla. 'Need N" Be ::

thb. pro foothaD can of.ter aDd tt.eD die." tide of ado1 lcent emotioa. Her their ahipL"You Distressed (14:1&-18). : A IIiaI IqrediaIt Ja CaI a

:\\I ool7 U'or lIS gamea a ...asou.As mother. AD had infant.lIot been pract1caIb'1 eighteen reanold. She that-- bulldine turD here.lID on the hiU with said,aU"and theta Th. Hol7 Spirit. promised b7CbriJ =::tda.Wpe..u .:.:: !!
-
every one bew It would. the The Girls They \ .. the abidine comforter, ... me. 6aa 8IMI fep
"thoU&ht of the e1ghteeD.e.o1dgirls II the dub. Don't laugh atIt.
In the believer ,..a.-wida !
took mlIUondoUal' W abide
otbaU leacue a eame 10 tDD JOII6
Dew f knew and how frightful17 but the
Behind that she Uttle place
'
It'l a funny
Leave .
beatlnelalt ran. CertaID NaU03al the day of Penteco.t (Acts 2>.
and naive they were. and have fun
,.ounc crand. we
are
team, were DCDe t ohappy. wut That', what yOO were people '1'he ministries.of the Boq spirtt MJ."J--
leacue O for them and female .I ........
aDd was awtttl7 '0rT7 ID It. ru bet rm the only IIJi Tl
the
'l'he happpeople were to as,, Isn't It! And sometime' are manr, but here emphaliJ
ifI colnl for that J'OUD& and deluded creature dragJ1na.an oftlcer. ru bet 1 baveto
players. who frequentJ7 the ashe, ... nrr dark aDd II on his work al Comforter. What
the footbaIl who bad been ber mother. dPt off mob. to get eVeD ODe ;
were pald double their actual nlu.. verbitter.. ActuaD7. rm not cherlahiDe a blessed and helpfUl mDIItrr, and

ashea thouIb. Dave. I dOD't danee. bow much needed b7 dlJtreued &Dc!
11 rm keep1DC.eDctl7aA Jill Talks "'Don't trr to tell me a lieutenant disturbed soulsl "1'he CIu1Jt1an may
Durocher Tops 1\lanagers\ know just what It that blgbl Think tb1I but
ember. maybe, that retuses Abouf Herself rates count on hlm and DOt be dIItressed. CO&D
Durocher app rentJ7 Iet a wiD make tho blIlt.
Leo Of U .
coun.
mark for hgh paJ' .. a manaler w buni out. back now ""I liked.our mother." Spane aa1dabruptl7. ..It alwa,. baL But the bIg car Tbe Oristlaa Need Net BeDetadIe4
IV.
.IIeW
In IHS. Here lUaael bavennced Richard were realize to com.that r" been as thQUlh be bad caught hu pract1cal17 no rubber. and I put U5:1-6)_ SUFFERERS!

from$60.000 to roooo. CartaInJ7 rd probab17 UD It the trend of her thougbta. "'She', mID. up because Iel1 It wa. the What II worse than the feeUnc
lometh1n&
Leo', unfortunate winter pubJidq harborlnC eV DoD't deapbe crand penon. And she looks" J'OUDIeoouP patriotic: thID, to do. though Grandfather that one does IIOt beIone to anODe ,.-
b1m tb1Irin would to be J'OUI' alster. the deterioration coearlPt
1ID't to belp for beJDI"a fool. plea.e. an else. that one 11 a detached
and summer. H. hal left me ... ""Doo1ey"' 1ortr.four.Ji11: was OD." tndlviduall-1'bat 11 never true of
delert m.
hJmse1f wet wide opeD for the barb And cSoo't DCt quite',ure that she enjoyed tbe "Plenty of can around bere." belieVer 1D .0I.r1st.< We, are ..
and H. put his band CD her head and Doo1eT' lister. "'She want lot.weeD to sa... the ... ea- ..-. I '1)Me
team& be1nC
tbrOwerIo-Inc:1ud1Dll'1val ""I won't idea of "People close to hlm u the branch 11 to the ... ... ............ J
18'at111 ed her hair gentJ7 father were marr1\d wbeDthe for a partJ'. .That'aa __ _
1M umpires.' But n. Up aDd eDOU&b Cas vine. We... In b1m.Cbr1st .... ...
doem'tmake
ueballha desert 7OUo Dooler. But It eb11dreD pracUc juat band. but probably half...,
of the best,me.gera were teea II the and the be.lIever .
ODe } IDe happ,. see1D& you beat last 'l'hen he went dance.the leader wU1
known.rn leeD hlm work atc10M before the war. throu&h the true branch 11 united
as a
head ap1nst a ltone waIl farever. before I was bora ." off and enlist ID the coast Va....
tbla 11 DO cueP.U 70UZ I rod.OTer. to Fran dash with him. 'lbere 11 a cmenen here I.E- -.
that heham't rd eUer cO DOW. She stopped abruptlJ'. tDowin& that cuardThe7" wt cI..
18 a1ao no cue.. ,to 117. wblch II dlmcult to apnsa.
made BrothU Branch.BickQ and It'. 11" miles back. aoooer 01' bter Spana might be Co.tnc parked at the eD4 of>a !mean4 liIbtful to reeetve and e.. Be

too baPP7 tb1a W1Der.Ia She said. Y. Dav.. obnL overseas. toG. Sh. cou14, not waDted acroaa tbe mowa ansa. who 11 'the .me Deeds IIQ c1eaDs1Dc.

aD7 wa ., pay. cJa joeke8 wU1 be IOn7 to bave missed 701.Ue 1&7.eo e DeVer cam. ack." Not ant U1 held up her frock aDd boped but the branch Deedl eoastant.
CIae' .
lAacdea ... Eus..Ar- likes yOQ Jot.- ADd &he pressed with SpaJI.I so ne... DCt with the the dew woWdD'& ruin her slJppera. purldcaUoD by the word. Are weperttdttiDI
JeIuuIJ'
.. We- !. lovel7 present Ia them lib Probably the creU wu sa fqualD.
..... Gae,Uat. Leecdea' h1I haDe : God'i 'Word to keep'UIdemf
can eamIDP .... raW d e .. aaeaaJ11I. Dave wentout.. his head thrust an aura of m t. bUt that 0aJ7 11 we _.... rea I :

time.. ..uar ......k. Arean.... forward little. u men wa1k who. "'So rou were bora to the m11ltar7tndiUcmt o w. It seemed a liwe 044 \ n studJ'lnc 1t.'med1tatiDe upaa It.There .

PI.... aM $1...... ,...an.LoIIPea Iov. the laDe! best thouih ther ma, Tbe ant time 1 ,aw J'OUI bad ever been Jmportant. 1'he important b, 1I1OI'eOftr. a severer trPeof ::
.
...
the looked like a dauPter thing now was th1I brief.ah1ninI .
... Areare b&bl7 ... not serve It. He dosed Icreen thought J'OU \ purlfJ1& to wbldI the"husband,
IID&Dd&D7 tba .ua withOUt a sound. 1'he hone of the rectment. SomethiDa hour she be1d In her hands. man subjects the .me that It ma,.

I d&cr Ise4 atarLWhea n1 ered 1Oft17 .. Dave opened the about .,..outhe.W&J' rou ltood eoItraIPt Over its &litteriDa rim Into the be... more richJ7. and that 11 pnm.IDI .

behiDd him. and sUdtnto with J'OW" es Jh1nID& where aahu of empty.days
quit rldID&. they late. dosed It .ture (v. 2>.
thq of IoDa and proG" the saddle.Ue wileD the'co1or.. went b7. the wa7rou mlPt U..,she would not look. She I Some brancbn must be cut away

have a prospect.. tnJDen.'va.-ueeut1ve. ,- trotted ..17 up the lan.. : ltood on tiptoe when the band wu lo1n& 10 be haPPJl, She waa iDlove. altogether and bumed 'c.. I). 'I'be7
able careen I knew be10nged to and no doubt 11 &bOWed on her. .
an tb.liUle pill ap1D. aDd p1qedo r Jack the evidence oflife' fnd.uwst \
.. 01' ownera.- rousmc she tried."t keep her, PI'noncha1ance I .
,
what 700'enJsh Wic.. sncrted at their tcurr7f.nc the &I1D7. though be d
It II horSe
aD. the
After 1t couljn'tbeme
J'nra heart scudded.
.. leaned forward -
,. .Chat Pave
Cet'tor .a' ..cape.. But __
DOt what'J'O'I and b1s heart felt had SeeD him ool7 twice.It ,TO BE co."fTIlno )
tens the stol7. In the saddle.



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1+ K.. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, March 14,. 947' a:



Ii (@kuclyohee efu5 U.N. Facts and Faces .. FRANCEFRANCE for the power of the Board of laws in conflict therewith. -' N O T:7, :
t" e e e e e Commissioners >
of said Districtto !4E
I: I ? DATED this February 26, 1947. (SEC: ntH FLA; STATOTB: ):
regulate the discharge of BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF HKIBBY GIYBNjfts*.
;. Published every Friday by the water into and withdrawal thereof EVERGLADES DRAINAGE NOTICE IS unclaimed'"thine
:'; Okeechobee New Co. at Okeechobee. from the canals and conservation I II have on-hand
,-i t Okeechobee County Florida. areas of the D.striet; DISTRICT.By W. D. HILSABECK. which were obtained from Tax *4

r.. amending Subsection E of Section Chairman. over-bids in connection with enrol.

BRYANT BOWDEN .. .... .Editor 2 of said Chapter 14,717as follows '
and lands as
fiestas
a amended by Chapter 16,993.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ( awa ti.uaMar Laws of Florida, Acts of 1935. NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO APPLY Tax Cert. No. 53: Year 1SS2:1.

One Tear in advance ....- .....1300 eatwl by providing for the power of FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OR Lots 10 and 11. Blk. 17*,City c{

Six Months in advance .,.. 1.50 said Board to exchange real and LOCAL LEGISLATION Okeechobee . -. *5S-9*
Three Months ia advance .. ... 1.00 .s 1 personal property and 'to em- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat No. 482;'Year 1931.
.zwvru Tax Cert.
the session of the Legislature of
ploy attorneys at salaries to be f Okee
Entered as second class matter July fixed by said Board whose expenses the State of Florida which conveneson Lot 6, Blk. 156. City of

i 1. 1914, at the Post Office in Okeechobee shall be approved; by said April 8. 1947 application will be chobee . . . 1M

Florida under Act of March aver Board; providing a procedure made for the passage of special or Tax Cert. No. 190; Year MM..

S. 1879. whereby landowners in the District local legislation the substance of Lots 3 and 4. Blk. 156. City j>t
which is follows f
as :
may secure the right to An Act relating to Everglades Okeechobee . ..... $1W:
drain their lands, through the
1 Larry Parks Portray lands of others into the canals Drainage District; excluding and Tax Cert. Xos. 10J and 104.

AI Jolson In Musical of the District subject to .the exempting taxes assessment and Year 194*. E W Lot 27. Sea 25,

control of said Board; providinga tax title lands: of said District Twp. 35 S Range 34.E and Lot
from the operation and effect of
Columbia Plctnrei' "The Jolson remedy whereby the District 10. Sea 36. Twp. 35 S. Range

r Story spectacular new mnsiclal "s 4 / .EXANDF FN ODiLI may way easements remove from and Its other right of the Laws provisions of Florida.of Acts Chapter of 20.722 1941, 84 E. .. ... .. ... $2S-S
proper.
more than three years in the mak ( ties, persons trespassing or encroaching Chapter 22,079. Laws of Florida unless the owne (at the time of

ing and acclaimed as a Technicolor thereon and the property Acts of 1943 and chapter 22722 the issuance of the tax certificateset
entertainment The Republic of France .. tlJ,<59 square miles la of such persons prescribing Laws of Florida. Acts of 1945. for same on or
cavalcade of glorious out) shall apply
area populated by some 99,709.000 persons. The the procedure and relief in such relating to County tax title
opens Friday. March 14th at largest nation in western Europe France is famed suits to secure such remedy, and aunts 'and reviving and restoring before the First Day of April 137.

[ the Sunrilse Theatre Ft. Pierce. for her art literature and science. She borders on providing that adverse possession the same unimpaired by such funds will be paid into the

(Four Big Days). Presenting the Spain and the Mediterranean Sea in the south the has not. and shall not. run said chapters; amending Section General Fund of Okeechobee Conn-

music the magic and the times of Bay of Biscay in the west the English Channel and Belgium in the against the District; conferring 10 of Chapter 20,658 Lawsof ty a
Switzerland and Italy in the east. Her power and authority the Florida, Acts of 1941. by providing
Jolson. North and Germany presidentis upon hand and seal this
Al
America's incomparable
District Witness my
that the title of the -
District to utilize and
control
Vincent Auriol and Alexandre Parodi her permanent delegate at f
its stare Larry Parks Evelyn to of its lands or any of February A. D. 1947 ,
are United Nations Headquarters. France is a permanent member of the easemenU reserved by the Trus- any 24th day
Keyes. William Demareat and Bill Security Council and a member of the Economic and Social Council tees of the Internal ImprovementFund interest therein shall be equalin Mabel Raulerson Sheffield. s

Goodwin.In and the Trusteeship CounciL The flag of France is the well-knowr for drainage purposes; repealing dignity to any tax lien or tax Clerk Circuit Court.

1942. Sidney Skolsk,.. the fa red white and blue "Tricolor." which has three vertical stripes with. all laws in conflict there- ty title taxes based or baaed upon State upon any or Coun-taxes Okeechobee County. Fla.

moos Hollywood correspondent DATED this February 26. 1947. which are by law made equal to

Interested In Columbia In the possibilities BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF State or County taxes and reviving
Jolson's EVERGLADES DRAINAGE and restoring such title of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
of a movie based on the District unimpaired by
any APPLY FOR PASSAGE OF
unique career. Skolsky was installed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY trict any proceeds from the Debt DISTRICT.By W. D. HILSABECK. such aforesaid other tax liens or LEGIS-

to produce the film which automatically FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OR Service tax of the District which Chairman. tax titles; repealing all laws and SPECIAL OR LOCAL

became known as Th I LOCAL LEGISLATION may from time to time constitutean parts of laws in the conflict LATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat excess over the amounts required therewith. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Jolson Story. Three years of the session of the Legislature of to be retained for debt NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY DATED this February 26, 1947. that the undersigned. Board of

e preparation followed. The Jolson the State of Florida which conveneson service purposes, by the existing FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL bR BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF Everglades
of
career Is a long one-about a half April 8, 1947 application will be bond contract of the District LOCAL LEGISLATION EVERGLADES DRAINAGE I Commissioners
made for the of special or and such Drainage District will apply to the
passage may use excessfor
century long if you go back to his NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat DISTRICT.By
local legislation the substance of the purposes of which the the session of the Legislature of W D. HILSABECK, session of the Legislature of the
fir>t appearance on the stage as a is follows
which as : proceeds of the Administration the State of Florida which convenes Chairman. State of Florida which conveneson
boy-and a vast amount of detail An Act relating to Everglades tax may be used providing thatin
on April 8. 19.11. application will be April 8. 1947. for the passage; ; of
required editing for the script Drainage District; providing that the event of storm .r other made for the passage of special or
the Board of Commissloiners of natural Act of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR special or local legislation to-wit
emergency or
which was placed in the capable local legislation the substance of
said District shall have power God any amounts not requiredby which is follows TAX DEED enactment of a law the substance
as ;
hand writer Stephen Longstree and authority to convey to the the existing bond contract An Act relating to Everglades Notice is hereby given that O. K. of which contemplated law will be
There was also the matter of the United Roberts the holder of the following
States or any departmentof of the District to be retainedfor
Drainage District providing that to Everglades Drain
; an act relating
rights to music.! Any Jolson story the Government thereof debt service may be used the Board of Commiissloners of certificates has filed said certificates
for tax deed to be issued thereon. age District, amending Chapter
a
lands of the District or interest for repairing and reconstructing
any
would be told largely in songs: said District shall have the power
the therein upon certain the works of the District and authority to establish The certificate numbers and yearsof 14717. Laws of Florida Acts of
many of them Obtaining terms and conditions; repealing from the effects of said areas for conservation of water issuance the description of the 1931 by providing for the Debt:

rights from various publishers to ail laws and parts of laws in con.' storm, other natural emergencyor and soil within the boundaries property and the names in which it Service Zone classification of certain -

use each of these beloved tunes wasa fact therewith Act of God; repealing all of the District to dedicate for was assessed are as follows:
I sovereingty lands; prescribing;
formidable task for the list ap DATED this February 26, 1917. laws and parts of laws in conflict such purposes any of its lands. Certificate No. 2016. Year of Issuance -
1942.Certificate the debt service tax applicable
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 'OF therewith. ;
for pictnre. or any Interest therein within
proached a record any one ;
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DATED this February 26, 1947. such conservation areas and to No. 63. Year of Issuance : thereto; providing for an adminis-
.
DISTRICT. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF cooperate with other public agencies 1946.De.criptIon tration tax on such sovereingty
Unlike many other perspnalitle W. D. H1LSABECK, of property
By EVERGLADES DRAINAGE and bodies in the creation
lands for the assessmentand
; providing
Lot 1 Block 1 First
Wrights
Jolson was Chairman.
treated on the screen. DISTRICT and dedication of such conservation -
collection of such debt service
Add. to City.
alive; moreover he displayed an By W. D. HILSABECK areas; ratifying the creationand
Name in which assessed Est. of and administration taxes; and repealing
Chairman. .
extraordinary Interest In this neHollywood NOTICE OB INTENTION TO APPLY dedication of any conservation
Mrs. Roberts.
FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OR areas heretofore establishedand all laws and parts of lawsin
project. Almost a year All of said property being in Coun-
LOCAL LEGISLATION NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY dedicated! by said Board; conflict therewith.
the ty of Okeechobee, State of Florida.
before the Itof7'went before NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OR providing for the cancelation of Unless such certificate certificates DATED this March 7. 1947.
cameras he took up temporary residence the session ,,of the Legislature of LOCAL LEGISLATION taxes of the District and tax sale or
shall be redeemed according to BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OP
in the film capital. Then the State of Florida, which convenes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat certificates of the District held law, the property described in such
be subjected himself and his life! on April 8. 1947, application will be the session of'the Legislature of by said Board. encumberinglands certificate or certificates will be sold EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
made for the passage of special or the State of Florida which conveneson in such conservation areas; DISTRICT.By .
writers and I to the highest bidder at the
of courthouse '
to the explorations
'local legislation the substance of providing that future taxes shall
April 8, 1947 application will be door on the first Monday in /SW. D. HILSABECK.
researchers. !which is follows'An not be levied lands so dedi-
as made for the passage of special or upon
the month of April 1947. which U Chairman.
i'" Jolson's interests ,focused mossharply Act relating to Everglades local legislation, the substance of cated as conservation areas; empowering the 7th day of April 1947. .

on the selection of an astor Drainage Distrilct; amending See which is as follows: said Board to redeem DATED this 6th day of March 1947 p
8 of Chapter 14,717 Laws of An Act tax sale certificates existing upon .
relating to Everglades
tested MABEL Being ignorant
to play him. Many were RAULERSON SHEFFIELD of worries ia a =
Florida Acts of amendedby said lands in such conservation
1931 as Drainage District amending Section
the finally give ; (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of splendid atribute towards happiness.
before part was Section 4'of Chapter 17,902 9 of Chapter 14,717. Laws of areas and not held by the Okeechobee
County. Florida.
to Larry Parks who had Impressed Laws of Florida. Acts of 1937, Florida Acts of 1931 relating to Board; empowering the Boardto "

his studio heads with fine performances and Section 7 of Chapter 20,658, maintenance areas and the tax exchange lands owned by it NOTICE TO CREDITORS

In smaller production Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941, therefor by empowering the outside of such conservationareas All creditors of the estate of ALBERT
relating to the administration tax Board for lands owned by private
of Commissioners of said LEE LOFTON deceased
are eight calendar
and endeared himself to Jolson al- months from the date
of the District by providing that persons within said areas: empowering
District to reestablish alter I hereby notified and required to file of the first publication of
most immediately. such tax shall be levied for the modify or abolish such maintenance the Board to do all I any claims or demands which they this no

There was some difference of purpose of paying the cost of administering areas' and by providing for things necessary to consummate may have against said estate in the tice.DATED this 6th day of March
opinion as to whether Parks borea the affairs of the District the manner of certifying assessing the purposes for which said conservation office of the County Judge of Okee. LOTTIE LOFTON. Administratrixof 1947.

resemblance but generally,and of maintain. and. collecting said maintenance ar as'are dedicated; ehobee County Florida, in the Courthouse the Estate of
,
,close enough Ing and constructing the worksof tax; repealing, all laws and repealing all laws and parts of at Okeechobee, Florida within LOFTON deceased.ALBERT LEE
that was dispelled the moment he the District generally, and parts of laws in conflict there
appeared before the "Jury" in makeup that such tax shall be an annual with.

The resemblance was heightened tax of.one mill on each dollar DATED this. February 26, 1947
of valuation; repeaing all BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
R Jolson commented |uany laws and parts of laws in con- EVERGLADES DRAINAGE .
times during the production of the flietflict therewith' DISTRICT. MM

film, as Parka acquired the Jolso DATED this February 26, 1947. By W. D. HJLSABECK .
mannerisms. And. before the pi- BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF Chairman.

J lure had been completed. Jolson DISTRICT.EVERGLADES DRAINAGE

further observed that Parks, on By W. D HILSABECK. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY : Ir
FOR PASSAGE
OF SPECIAL OR
more than one occasion had give Chairman.
\W[ LOCAL LEGISLATION
5 him an uneasy feeling because of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat

Y- the uncanny way in which therE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY the session of the Legislature of

rt ; young actor had clothed himself In FOR PASSAGE OF SPECIAL OR the State of Florida, which conveneson +

LOCAL LEGISLATION April 8, 1947. application will be
the Jolson personality.The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
made for the passage of special or
exacting nature of Parks'assignment the session of the Legislature of local legislation the substance of

la not hard to unde the State of Florida which conveneson which is as follows

stand. In playing a scene he had AprU 8, 1947 application will be An Act relating to Everglades
made for the passage of special
or Drainage District Section
amending
to interpret a character which wa ; -
local legislation the substance of 1 of Chapter 14.717 Laws of
well denned in many minds right which is as follows: Florida Acts of 1931, pertaining

j there on the set In addition to An Act relating to Everglades to the purposes cf the creation

Jolson's conception of any sequence, Drainage District providing that of said District by including

there would be director Alfred 1 E. the Board of Commissioners of water control and conservation
said District may transfer to the
'. to of the lands in the District
Skolsk
.
Green's and
: producer
J Administration Fund of the Dis- among such purposes; providing
/ say nothing of other studio exectlves -


L n for ,many who years.had known All these Jolson varying well IIiM piing! the Rock Beneath U.N. Home Site I

,
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ii l conceptions of Jolson had tot be ", : ': ;'r sMa -:' --

reconciled. : .. ... .. .. .. ""
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"" ",'. ''. ." .' :. but Dobbin
Evelyn Keyes' casting In the i. .

feminine lead also followed much ".... ....... _
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testing for the role. To her went .... '
: had
the delicate task of playing a famous .: .. only I H.. P.

'dancer who loved JoUon and

then left him after she saw that
the world would always share her Anybody could drive Dobbin And whoa the fOUl folk*

f claim on' his heart Although her 'wanted to lean, why Dad, Uadi Bill or ma Graad** could

role was primarily dramatic Itt bum fir* then days lessons !In a jiffy. Bat thOM were the tarn tad

required her to learn to dance. This t

she did under Columbia's dance di- M r. Pedestrian Now iff diffcrt&L Dobbla'ioae< pewerhaabeea mil.
J ; *" a hundred timei-Wa Jontqh.aUelpuMuiae
rector. Jack Cole. (
WALK SAFELY creased t* fifty er more and
cooatry ,
Of the many dance numbers the md hm teetaa
crowded Uthwaya Daatrou
hifhwaTtlLearala
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most lavish is 'The Spaniard That LiVE

Blighted My Lite1, which was LONGER to drive the aatoaobnesef'today d aa dj expert

I adapted by Cole from the Dumber '>., .. Uutraetioii.M that young driver wfit bow tar Ie round
t ."":' solely the power ud speed at their
Jolson did in New York's Winter : >.;'; ; command M&e j2AL
school Ia Florida
CardeD.I offer drives editsUo

I But prerlcwers Insist that the perlace4lutncton. U tUn'. we Ia'yworeSaSto.asD be
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1IJ't.. "
e art your soaar daughter
earoUj ia It, I*
r music of The Jolson Sterywill aTa1waees.s I'd' a4rlce
..... from the CommUsioaer f
Motor
nett at paswu VeUdea .. .
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most endear the film to audiences, .. ... la .... -
i 4 melodies such "Swanee" er.e was Proper tnlxlxff will help asks
Beloved as sew drirer> ...aft trlrtn.
"You Made He Love Yoa.April sow. m. eetstaws ....

Showers" "By The Light of they pastes CAMMiswMvt ...
'.. e5
Silvery )100110'caurorula., Here tf '''ii;.. ......"1 ---auun

f Come." -Mammy,? aIUng'f)l' Work begins'n the'United Nations el"llWlellllaea4q8Uien site la I ,'

the Robert E. Lee" "'Rock.A-Bye New York City as workmen drill far aaaylet of sab-sarfaee rock to I !
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Baby. and others dominate ooastroctioa conditions. Architects now are sketching out NEWS

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.. ... Statewide Support Is KOT1CB OF INTENTION 1A1TO 1'0SELL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barbree and A -xIwanahi Queen'irom art: {: :t-- i

i .rani: .:whereIsk_/y Joe Marsh Asked For The Easter NOTICE IS HEREBY GITKN tkat. Miss Sadie Sanders of Miami spent Florida' high school beauties f was<. <_ t e""
Seal Drive .....u.t.* Sertloa 15 (I). Ckapter Saturday and Sunday In Okeecho- chosen last week at Gecbing\- *-- A
:2UG5S.. Law ef Florida. Arts oC U41.nd bee visiting at the home of Mr. and Azalea and Camellia Gardens*" t' 1 .'
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1 Reeti.B CT. Ckapt 14717.
t for or Florida. Act .f 19 1. .t aiaeaded Mrs. J. W. Walker Sr. Fernandina. The event was.sponsored -
Mystery of Asking statewide support of by &eetkm IX Chapter 20853. Laws .f FernandIna Kiwaais'
the 1947 Easter Seal Drive for the Florida Act ef 1941. and alas passant by the t
to Section 42 Chapter 207 SLaws Mr. E. Ganey of Brooker. Florida Club.
the Rocking Chair thousands of crippled the State of Florida. Sets of ltl a*. passed away Tuesday morning. following i f
Dr. L. M. Bristol. Gainesville Fla, amended by Serti!I. 19. Chapter 23079.Ijiw
of Florida Arts of IMS.and a few weeks illness. Mr.
-
: President of the Florida Assoclaioin Section 44. Chapter :or.::. Law of xapraPith
Miss Paula Frances
Ha JIo HM Ia.u.favorite rock. Quick I Florida. Act of 1941. as amended bySvctloa Ganey was the father of Mrs. Lot-
as wink he bid the for
a new Crippled Children and 2L Chapter 22.0,). Law of tie Raulerson. of the Okeeehobee Health Ed oca- I
log chair that' worn and shabby rocker and then brought Ma's old Adults announced today that Mrs. Florida. Act of 1MX tile following i i
itr rribed landa la Okeechobee County.FloHdii tional Institute will leave Sundaytor
with noisy creak Pa Hoakini has chair back to the house.Now when Millard F. Caldwell as Honorary to-wlt
tbe taste of where
Overindulgence spoils Cocoa and Jacksonville I
listened to that squeak for thirty be hears that squeak he looks at Chairman of the State Easter Seal Lot IS. Elk. 2S:, Okechobee Garden
Lot SB, Blk. CO, Okecchebee Garden the world's finest viands. she will give some class health:lec j
and decided do
hs to the mellow
of beer he's drink
years glass Committee for the annual Easter Lot 13. Bit. 60, City of Okeechobee. ;
something about it. So he bought tog and says to himself:"She's just Seal Lot 1 to 8 Inc and 11 and 12. Blk. tures. Little James Douglas will
Drive March G,
6. to April Life, to some women, is Just one '
of Okeeaobee.
a new rocker: ,and hid the other in as entitled to her small pleasures Easter Sunday.The 74. Qty hat after another. go with her for contimned napra- ,
the 1Iana. as I am." win be ottered for tats at pnolle owt- patfcSc treatments and personal J
Florida Association for Crippled cry for tile hlgbcct and boat cash bid.
Ka allowed ai how grateful aha From where I sit. that's one of Children and Adults Is alflli- abject to the right of the Board of If yon want to live the life of a care. -' I I

wu but when Fa missed her the reasons the Hoskinses are the ated with the National Society for Commlaaloner District and/or of Everglades Board of County Drainage "free born American eltlten" never _. it

one afternoon he heard a familiar happiest oldest-married, peace Crippled Children and Adults and ommlsaloaers Florida to reject of Okeechobe say and all Cooaty.bide owe a' ebt and never marry a women .
sound that led him to the bam. finest foils ia our towza.rJoetJt. this Easter Seal Drive Is part of at tile CoortheaoK. beginning at 10-OO who throws skillets. Jack Walff. son of J. O. Wolff, I
There was ila rocking happily in the National Society's 14th annual 1947.o'clock Easement A. U. on for the 17th drainage day of March reclamation Sr, suffered a painful Injury last }

her old chair-squeak...squeak.No drive. and road purposes will be Pleasant memories are brought week while operating a tractor'on

need to tell_you how Pa felt. Each person who contributes to reserved. 'about through kind deeds. their ranch, when a cabbage palm F

the Easter Seal Drive will be par- BOARD EVERGLADES UP COMMISSIONERSOf DRAIN. fell on his leg, fracturing _his .
chasing services for the crippled In AGE DISTRICT Growing painrare usually the ankle. He was confined to the Ft.

C pyri AI.1947.United States Brewer Foundation his own community Bristol said. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS kind that winds up In the neck. Pierce Hospital until Tuesday,

More than 90 per cent of the funds OF OKEECUO-. when he was removed to Miami:to
BEE COl'NTT FLORIDA.By '
raised will remain In the state to UABEL P. RAULEESOJJ, Self-consideration should be a be under the care of a bone special F ;
buy needed services in the fields Clerk Okeechobee of the Circuit: Court of part of second nature. 1st .
Coantj. Florida
i
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
I i that are not covered by other pubic By as Connie agent W.for Ranleraon.Depaty said Bosrda.. -V V

or private organizations for the Clerk Never grieve over spilt- milk-

handicapped. when someone else spills it. :
=- DIRECTORYi: I FRESH FISH,
I Miss Shirley Davis of Miami wasa

.- visitor spendng last weekend In :KOTICKOKEECHOBEB COUNTY: FLORIDA Spring is with us and winter Is Shrimp & Oysters ;
'
Okeechobee visiting her parents, FEBRUARY 13 19+7. trying to keep us from knowing it. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. W Davis. .hO'IiCE IS BERLBT GIVEN tkatporaaant ,
Draglinesand to Section C of Chapter DRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT ( 3
SeeorPho31e 1S29A. Law of Florida. ict of 183T. -
C known a* the MURPHY ACT. and tn FRESH DAILY :
pursuance of Chapter 2058. Laws of BRING YOUR
SUNRISETHEATRE Florida Acts of 1W1. known a* the t
TRUCKCRANEAvailable EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT II
CDkt>t11AbCP l tfu5 I ACT. tILe following described Printing Needs I EastsideFisIiMkt
for drainage and land situated tn Ere.rgtade Drainage

other work, by day or contract. Fort Pierce, Fla. District. will In be Okeecnabee offered for sale County at poblle FloeIda. TOOkeechobee Just Acroa R. R Tracks from It
Cont. outcry for the highest and best cash Hargrove Grocery ,
farPRINTING
Shows1:00 to 11:00 P. M. I
PHILIP GRAY bid. subject to the debt of the Teastee. News ..
of the Internal ImprovementFnad
4-BIG DAMS4FRI. and of the Board of Commla-
1831 N. Palm Way loner of Everglades Drainage Diatrict -
SAT. SUN. MON. to reject any and an bid, at tile
Conitbonwe beginning at 10-00
LAKE WORTH FLA. MARCH 14151617iN. o'clock A. U. on the 17th day of March -
t 1947. As to all parcels of land EXPERT TIRE RECAPPING a
of ten acre or more, title to one-hall
.MAGICAL, MUSICAL of petroleum and three-fourth ..
other mineral will be reserved b, "
TEt1INICOIORVLSON Trustees of the Internal Improvement HAVE YOUR SMOOTH TIRES RE-
BURGESSSupply Fond Easements for road right or CAPPED BY -
way 200 feet wide will be reserved by
If you want to Buy or said Trustees from any parcel throng
which there Is an existing state road:
and easement for drainage and
Sell Co.FEEDGRAINHAY reclamation and for road pnrpoae
will be reserved by the Board ofCommissioner HumphriesTire
of Everglade Drainage
land or Houses District Dsserlpd.n

[ Y .r711 Lot 12. Blk. 2. Wrights First Addition.
Lot 9. Blk 74 City of Okeechobee.
See LARRY PARKS TRUSTEES or TUB INTuRNAL and Appliance Co.
IMPROVEMENT FUND
BABY CHICKS EVELYN KEYES P OP THE STATE OP, FLOR

JOE BONGIOVANNI Tues. and Fri.FOR WU1AMDIMARGT ; BOARD IDA. OP COMMISSIONERS FORT PIERCE, FLA.
I y OP EVERGLADES DRAIN.
1 u AGE DISTRICTBy Thirteen Years Experience AI11 Work
MABEL P. RAULERSON. Agent
for Trustees of tbe Internal Guaranteed -
Improvement Fund and t

of for Everglade Board of Commissioner Drainage Dlstrir ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINEST PLANTS ....
*. Okeechobe County.
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AUTHORIZED Church CalendarCATHOLIC !
Service I Ie

SERVICE SEE CHURCH I gi(1il( Ml i t i hUII. I Ii t tI

OKEECHOBEEMOTOR Services each first and third Sundays i




ULMER EZELL. I POBOX SALES 47-* SERVICE CO.PHONE 44 Vernon at Wright 8. a.m.CHURCH II.Parrott OF.P. THE Supt.Garner AvenueRev. Sunday BRETHREN, Pastor School I BINGO r PARTY I I f 1I 1-: ;




Sunday cervices: UWIIiJIIIIUIIlIIIIIdllillJEll i !l i i 1,1 .
Burney Kelz Church school, 10 a. m.

OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Formerly Preaching seyice 11 a.m. I I SPONSORED BY ,I II _
STORE
Preaching service, 7 pjn.

Denmark's Young People meeting, Monday

Only Bar la T.". evening, 7 pm. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY !
Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings ; 3II
Complete Hen Oetfltter.Phone 7 o'clock. -

PHONE 34 ire..
METHODIST CHURCH I .
Seward Swain US J. K. Cos. Mgr. BEGINNINGTUESDAY I s fiT
Rev. W. R. Howell Pastor
Clifford Boyle, Supt. Sunday School I I w.* -
Sunday services: 'i

Sunday-achool, 10 a.m. MARCH 18 : heto

Preaching service 11 ajn. ,

Atlantic Service Sta. Young peoples service, 6:00.

Paul Wrecker D. Bobbin Service Owner East SidePackage Preeyer Preaching meeting service Wednesday 7:00. 7:00 at 8 P. : ihad e


24 Hours a Day StoreLiquor p.m.Choir practice, Saturday 7 p.m. M.,1-,1 i }r
Communion service, first Sunday ,1I I
EXIDE BATTERIESLEE in month. .. ;n.I

= GREASING TIRES Wine CerdlaU I w,
GAS
BAPTIST CHURCH
TWIN OAKsAll EAST OKEECHOBEE: Rev C. H. Eiland. Pastor II ; At WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING; i J

Night Cafe STATE ROAD NO. S O. L. Raulerson Supt. Sunday School r*

PHONE 193-1 Sunday services: UnIT
0 EBc80BREeFLA.North
Church school, 10 ajtu l :. i i iII 1n.

Training Preaching Union service, 6:30 11 p.m.a..m. III And Every Tuesday Might Thereafter. .

O. K. GARAGE Preaching service, 7:30 p.m. t ti

ParkPackage & MACHINE SER. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve r.I

DODGE PLYMOUTH lillie 7:30 pm. II '

Store_ Sale A: Service CHURCH OF GOD i BEAUTIFUL PRIZES EVERYBODY INVITED E n

t.-....Wreck Serves *
Rev. William I
Lyles. Pastor i (
LU.era WlBM CerilaU Day Ph. n Night Pia.t%.r US Sunday school. 10 a.m. i I K a trOr-

Next Deer T. All Night e.DunlopTtre.. Electric*Appliances Tahoe* pm Preaching, each Sunday.service, 11 ajn. and 7:15 I One Ten Cent Came Card Leaves You In With A ''I: =

Station Steve, Refrigerator. Water Young peoples' service Thursday 1\\ Bisler

Heater evening, '7:15 pjn. the Door Prize. -
PHONE: his -We Service Them Air PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I Chance M Ii; he

W. H. Harden, Pastor i I ';:- Ii H fed*

Service every fourth Sunday. I -:,' Ii _- tool


STANEY'SPHILCO ALTO Gulf WATFORD StationThat a SONS Symptoms QUICK of RELIEF Distress Arising FROM frets !i REFRESHMENTS FREE "' ..;{. Ii : .;

Htie
and Good Calf c... STOMACH ULCERS "
RADIO
GULF PRIDE OIL OUETO EXCESS ACIDr..kTeII..fH..Trut.eattt I "..!., : fe'
ELECTRIC SALES & I!

Mttt Help*r it VYffl Cest: _MetUocOvertwomlUHMi

. SERVICE ALTO'SHOTEL bar bottteaof beea sold tbetntXARDTKKATMKNT torrelietofaymptomaotdtetre.ari.tngrromatas..cA 1- PROCEEDS GO TO BUILDING FUND. _va 1.V. 1..

Phone 134Okeechobee and n.M..at Wcwe do*to tnttt Adder q
t4.e D esti..t, Sew .... -
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,,: ,. Florida S _. WeUyi-,; -...; 'Kate due Ask Ie for CKMS-Wntrd'a AcM. Sold.,...on.."IS which days'trUl fully 11 -
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'r '. THIS NATURAL WAY! JJ.UJH. Entire Warcroteor Jlny ow 2


r s 24241e4Th. oral of the gay rompers for warm!
+ Millions Now Take Healthful Ref wv weather. An ideal gift for a new -

; Fresh Fruit Drink Instead arrivaL f
es Ia i WASHINGTONBy "
;' ; of Harsh Laxatives! n am
Patters No. S11S as Designed for staa '
Walter SSead J. a and :3 years. Size t. d"ttyards >s,V 1
and the WNtI c..r.. n.s/ of 35 or aSMneh; *lij
It's lemon water.Yes-just I panties. 1%yards; rompers jj yard. ;
: : Juice of 1 Sunkist Lemon in a glass of H_. .. ...

i water-first thing on arising. WYU Wmtlimftfm Bursa SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DIPT.US '
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Taken first thing in the morning .. ; lll' CT_S'--N. 1V. Soath WeDs St. CJ cap 1. IB. '

i thisxlaleaomedrinkstimulatesboweli ;;Ifzf: ." ....... 'era. ', ........ .. ...,:. ,..', .' ..... .. .".. ..r' t.'i patters Enclose desired.25 cents in coins for eaek !

i action in a natural way-assures most .... ; : LHIenthal! Expounds Pattern No, .ST. :
of ,IWTSMelimination. '
people
i prompt i
.. > Democracy to Senators
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habit? Lemon and water is food for Address :
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you. Lemons are among: the richest .. ; : AGAINST background a
sources of vitamin C which combats ,I C .J'j.: committee room and
amid an. atmosphere of spine-ting ?
-, andi'
; fatigue helps you resist colds: \ :
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infectious.They also supply Bi and P. ,. .. ling dramatic tension and pin-drop :
: They aTlralm y. aid appetite and .. .... : ,- aOence the smug complacency of Relief At Last
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pt} di&e&tion. Lemon and water baa a .'.. '. .. .., .". ... :.. this capital city has been Jarred
iF fresh tang. too dears the mouth. ... ''. "j; into acclaim for a son of Immigrant

; wakes you up! <" l. 'li.s.. parents who gave the senior member ForYourCougbcrecmmIscD
C'
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Try this grand wake-up drink 10 of the United States senate a

:-. ;= mornings. See if it doesn't help you! ... .... .. / ''..''' lecture in fundamental Democratic reHeres promptly because
i. Use California Sunkist Lemons. precepts. It was a lesson which U goes right,to the aejS ofttai

t I .- -" every person every official! and bu- laden help loosen aid expel
and
phlegm
watt
germ
"" reaucrat in unit of the
f every gov to soothe and heal raw tender ts.
PAY .;; Y'Serve ernment down to the township and Darned bronchial mucous moms
; i IWHY IIIIEIB 4 school districts in every community branes.Ten your druggist to sell you
; RKr of the land should take to heart. a bottte of Creomnlsion with the onCerstaadlng -
r
you most 11ketbe..aqu1ckIJ'
L f The son of immigrant parentage 81aj allays the cough or you MIl
I i t to have your money bacr.
was David E. Lilienthal. former '
f 3 6 ,... \ (LIL1
: Promptly Believe coughs From head of TVA and now chairman CREOMULSIONfor

i of the highly vital and Important Four-Piece Outfit ,Chest Colds,Broaduta

f Fish for Meal Variety atomic energy commission. The COMPLETE four-piece outfit
senator was Kenneth D. McKeHar.of A
(See recipes below) for your tiny cherub. It's delightfully -
} Tennessee, wbo Is serving his
liCHING] 30th consecutive year as a member easy to make -round "' 'MOROLINEPtuiPX
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Lenten SpecialsMany of the United States senate. yoked princess dress is trimmed .
j LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU with ruffling; slip and panties are SS&WUS& 10 ,
Daring the 79th Congress he was
of us never investigate the edged with dainty lace. Make sev
president of that body and acting
Tomato Juice with Lemon Wedge
possibilities of delectable fish dinB vice
j until the Scallop Cakes Tartar Sauce president of the United State
ners Browned Potatoes He i* vindictive, petulant tyrannicaland CHEST -
Lenten season. I t/ GOT HER j
grudge-bearing. Like some
Gas Stomach S can't help think- Harvard Beets others la he often has used : j
on Carrot-Raisin Slaw congress V uW
CI Ing this Is a pity PU(7 IN A VISE?
ts>....I.6 r1.utN a.Sris 1Sw.aae1 hart Rye Bread Us official position to browbeat and
____..w_....,.....,.... because fish is a Orange Tapioca Beverage smear nominees and witnesses before /
aK_--.r-.saM.n wWr1 source of'lch
>e-k-- senate committees la a manner
Recipe given
-__be.a..sl.6s+r easily digested proteins and Is especially 116NT
mw.l.p. Pr.m.er... foreign t* any democracy, and
.S In vitamins and minerals. ACUtNt3 MUSUFS
ken w .ai.i s.ll".waaro. 1. r..h rich more akin to totalitarian dictator
Fish is tender and requires little Broiled Mackerel ship.
cooking. It can be prepared easily
(Serves 8))
cook If she Senator McKellar has been a bitter
even by the amateur
S pounds mackerel
political foe of Lilienthal because
directions.For .
1 just follows some simple
Salt and pepper
he could not control him nor
the more experienced cook, 1 tablespoon salad *Q make a political football out of

there Is a wealth of fish dishes, 1 tablespoon butter TVA. He sought to prevent senate

many of them combining two typesof Joke of 1 lenoa approval of his chairmanship of the

fish for extra deliciousness. She 1 lemon, sliced atomic energy commission by hurling -

can get an amazing variety into the Parsley to garnish; Innuendos as to his character

diet simply by experimenting with If ash is large split In middle of his competence, his parentage
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when the delightful variety In fish cookery.Baked back broil whole. Season without avaiL Finally he began
For< firmer grjp others ; otherwise '
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Bed Snapper Margnery.Serves wen by rubbing with salt and heckling him as to whether or not feI: :1 \ :
slilSt for SOUS pepper. mixed with salad oil Broil he was Communist and believedin Poor little chest so tight from
( S t* 10) on rack browning well on aU sides. communist principles. coughing to breathe?Qukk.

as well as 2 pound red snapper Before removing from broiler MENTHOLATUM Meotholatum.. Rub aD chest back.neck.Itsgentlysttmulatmgactionbelpa''

eels 2 pounds boiled shrimp chopped spread with mustard paste and run 'Integrity Indivlduar
by M pound American cheese through broiler long!enough to melt Then the drama unfolded and IDa A / lessen congestion without irritating

O'SullivanFor grated paste. Serve on hot platter garnished voice, low but distinct and electric child's delicate normal skin. Its com- .
1 cup white sauce with lemon slices and parsley. with fervor Lilienthal said: ff"fIV/V. furling vapors lessen coughing spurn
f 3 hard-cooked eggs Pour lemon Juice and melted butter .'"Senator my convictions are not 51541.CM MioflinlUMi c..n*fca.1Jhis '

)I H cap cooked mushrooms over it before serving. so much concerned with what I am

1 tablespoon chopped oysters or Mustard Paste: Cream ,1 teaspoon against as what I am for. I believe

traffics mustard with 2 tablespoons and I so conceive, the Constitution
I butter add 2 tablespoons of finely of the United States to rest Great l

Boil fish until tender and separate Chopped parsley and 2 tablespoons upon as does religion the funda- 0 ceo

from bones Into large pieces. Place lemon Juice. Spread on broiled fish mental proposition of the integrity I

one half of fish in buttered or oiled and sprinkle with paprika. of the individual; and that an government

casserole ocver: with one-half the and an private institutions
Scallop Cakes. Stars !
2
eggs cheese shrimp. mushroomsand white (Serves C) must be designed to promote and Ways
then
oysters. Repeat pour
1 pint scallop to protect and to defend the In- :
sauce over alL Bake SO minutes In 2 eggs tegrity and the dignity of the ,.
a moderate (350-degree) oven. Any
2 cups flour Individual; that is the essential
Killed or leftover fish may be usedin 2 teaspoons baking powder meaning of the Constitution and the It's th. tobacco that pleases two kinds
place of the red mapper. Bill of Rights It is
Milk as essentiallythe
t ef smokers-it's PRINCE AlBERT..th

************ Stalin Fish Steaks. Salt and pepper meaning form of of religion. world's largest-selling tobacco! -

r (Serves t* 10) Cut scallops (if they are large) "Any government therefore -
Your Future Buy and parboil them. Drain and chop I and any other institutions -
j 4 pounds frozen or fresh halibut very fine. Beat eggs slightly add which make men means rather -/- >

t U.S.Sav.mgsBond salmon or swordfish flour sifted with baking powder. Mix than. ends which exalt the state oran V Wnce Alben-
H cap diced bacon other institutions above the importance -
************** H cup rich milk with easily enough dropped milk from to spoon.make Beat a batter wen i of men. which places arbitrary ,. is idea ofa real -
; ,,, my
bread crumbs $
1 :
cap and add scallops. Heat .drippings power over men as a fundamental A' : -
Pepper In "a skillet and drop.batter by I tenet of government are comfortsmoke.
s GIRLS'WOMEN' ii teaspoon garlic or onion salt contrary to that conception and "
spoonfuls into hot fat Sprinkle with 'FA has a swell rich flavor.]
,
; therefore I am deeply opposed to
seasonings. Brown, turn to other
thls'"If
try 'ou'reJ ,
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Allow steaks to thaw if frozen. -
them. Yet its
aide and brown. Serve at once. ? gentle on
Dip In seasoned milk then in bread ;
NERVOUSOaXEIUm crumbs. Place in Broiled Sardines en Toast Tbe Communist philosophy a* >:= -*my !i
J pan with diced '. \1' (Serves 4) wen as tbe communist form of government -

DAY Of Heath- bacon on top of ;- "" 2 tablespoon fat fall within this category. a

Do female functional W7 disturbances ..... Cook In a 14 cap soft bread crumb for their fundamental tenet Is quite !? "It's
make yoit Mi nervous. Irritable.so hot (450-de- U the contrary. The fundamental 1;< pip* ngue:3
wK end Ur.d out'*t such timed very 2 egg. hard-cked and chopped tenet of Communism Is that the V >.. : ays fau
1'heQ cIo try Lydia L Plnkbsm'atable v.es- gree) oven for 30 1 cup rich milk, warmed V h
Compound to relieve such srmp minutes, until Salt and state Is aa end la Itself and therefore P.A. is *

tome.Its taros for this Taken regularly browned nicely. ...... pepper the powers which the state i i
Pt&kban Compound belpe j 1 can sardinesBattered
build up resistance against such dis Transfer to heat \ toast exercise ever the individual are ture makes Princ* Albsct .
tress. AIM a treat stomachic tonic without any ethical standard te :3j
ed metal platter which has been Paprika pack better tool"m -j
UIII t.lllmnm.wa sprinkled with water. Serve immediately limit them.. That I deeply dis
while sizzling. Melt tat In top of* double boiler believe. I ,"I 1
add bread crumbs and milk; heat ';j
It is very easy to talk about being aiagZ
Fish With Mushrooms. thoroughly. Add eggs and season against Communism. It is equally zz :
with salt and pepper. Broil sardine r yC
(Serve 4) Important to believe those things '
a
WHEN NERVES SIGNAL for 5 minutes; arrange on toast
which provide; a satisfying and affirmativ
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2 cap cooked fish, flaked and cover with toast Dust wiUj
alternative. iI1LItilu.idiWr01
Democracy bth.t
1 cup medium thick white sane paprika. \w
1 satisfying, affirmative alterna-
1t 5 tablespoons tetter, baeea Ton a> la King. live. Its hope in the world is that "

1t fat I caps milk'IablelpeoDS It is an affirmative belief rather
: : M cap water floor than
being simply a belief against
Ib
1 teaspoon Iema jai,. 4 tablespoon batter something else and
nothing more.
1 .....
pound *.ma H teaspoon salt Fir
M .Among the things mustpractice easy m ,
we
I minced
tablespoon
: green pepper teaspeea. pepper .. -
Salt pepper. paprika 94 teaspoon Worcestershire: save is that while we seek fervently rolling, ffe crimp cutPrfnceAlbtttwrth > '

j 2 cop (1 ft.) canned tuna flab to ferret out the subversiveand
SORETONE LINIMENT Cut and saute mushrooms in butter 2 tablespoons chopped plaient antidemocratic: forcesto. the k '

or bacon: fat Remove mushrooms H cap May mushrooms country we do not at the cam me. BCrolls
for quick reStf oa contact when cooked and add water Make time by hysteria. by resort to Innuendo up
Scald milk in double boIler.
,oil '
and smears. and other quick as a flash.--
fish green pepper. lemon Juice and unfortunate
''Wbea words areCaihss -.ItenbIe. rdi.e a paste of flour and melted butter

11 __.... the pain.To iebcft e seasonings. Combine mushrooms and add to hot milk, beating with aa that tactics believe besmirch the very Nice andfilmfullof V ;5 .,.
cause we in, and
with whit saucs After fish mixture cause
... be balawM ep. UUr nade e. egg beater until thick and smooth.
loathe ech *doe M fatifac,expoaua.Sorctooe baa simmered 5 minutes add white Add seasonings and cook 19 minutes a,separation among our people. flavor.1! !
ssuce and transfer mixture to cause one group and one individualto
Uniaimr has tpedal tmUJttitml > casserole. Flak tuna fish Into large pieces.:
Ucredieoa thai aa Idea stowiocwanatb Dust top with paprika and Mix with white sauce. Add pimiento hate another based upon mere
bake la a hot (450-degre)oven for and mushroomL attacks mere unsubstantiated attacks .- .'4
frees a beadag pad attraoJn their loyalty. R certainly enjoy the
23 minutes.LYNN upon swell nakiaV
gash blood w superficial paia.... .*.*...by Western Newspaper CsJoo.Codj smokes X get with Prince Albert*s yi -
Nothing! des is "... like S rea.a. Legal Safeguards Joseph C Toppar. 'Crimp cat P.A
Qokk. *MuiAC rclxf a ared or prksrefusded SATSi rolls pit and cost Smoke
Native of the North Atlantic "Whether by admlalstratfv
.J and North Pacific: Is In season ell agencies, acting arbitrarily against a great ogaretU
Somsoe fat Athlete's Fooc KOIiU According t* Season year around. '1'bI" a lean fish 1 business, organizations, or whether

5 types ef COOMJOB fdo
North Atlantic. If* in season all pounds. branches whenever these tobsaor's

I year around and averages 12 panda Bed Snapper In season aD year principle .,... of the protection

.. la aiz*. and can b* found In South Atlantic Ibe individual and his g.*d name

Striped Bust Native of the At- and Gulf waters. It is a lean fish; against besmlrcameat by gossip,

fl Untie, la season an year. The fish weighing about four pounds on the hearsay sad tile statement of wit-
haldNa Y.ssa.gthl la fat and weighs on the average of average. eases WB* are sot cabject U erexatninaUea .... ,1NCEALBET'

a+edf a.eBsi two pounds. Bvtterfishi Found in North Atlantic. are vitiated the. ;_,

Dada Native of rivers aDd in season from April to De- tee we have failed ht carrying --

lake "This is a fit fish weighing cember. Average weight 1* oas* forward oar Ideate fa respect t* THE NATrONAl> JOT ,SMIiICE
of two lemacracy. That I deeply believe.-
"- aa av cage pounds. half pound. .


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Uncle Sam wants oety the legal tax. To
I save, you should have our easy to under* i
SOX"I a stand information. Step by step we name
II M.I numerous overlooked legal ezemDUooa to
S # and credits and snow exactly bow to flu ia
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"I've been trying to jack-op my snow shovelin' pay to \ )
I meet the increase of candy and Iee-eream-eone
prices but I haven't BETTER THAN PILLS
had much lack! don't think 'three's a crowd' do you?"
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DO YOU PLAY THOSE PLAY SOMETHING NOW THAT'S A r .l WILLIAM 4k'- Famous Breakfast z
AWFUL JIVE RECORDS ?
CLASSICAL NICE
AND
RECORD. TELL Cereal Most Helpf uLof All
YOUR MOOD WILL NANCY" WHATSTHE
THEY PUT MEW BE MORE.LADYLIKE. NAME OF o
A PEPPY IT ? Have you riven up hope of beIng
4Q MOOD YES "regular" again? Then read
MA'Mn 7005 this sincere unsolicited letterI :

am a tccbtend son aad X haw
0 what a problem coutipsttn U apwdaOr
wit*paticata dtp rind of tMr..,pbrd- .
i Aflfl NEW shapes for old drapes is cal activities ntict eatiac Waera :KEIXOGC'S pWj Woocbt ALL.B&4N taaPOTMT -. 'i;;;..
watchword I Ten to one recnlartr actaaUy pr.v.std irrertlarity -
: : r )f your curtain material is still good; ta nor ares taaa I caa assn... rL
Your product 1*a great boo to set awd.rm .
it for six .
use again any .of new ac.-HIM Kat&eria Ji:.Wabh.Tow '
styles. Ban. Nfeinrtoo. Cona.
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I Yes eating ALL-BRAN regularly j.i
MUTT
AND JEFF By Bud_Fisher often brings lasting rtlief -.
1 ; q from constipation due to lack of f'
bulk in the diet. For best results,
JEFF WAO DOYOUIKIHIC IS WHOP WELLTI S YES,BUT WHO WELL RDOKT I '"" .. eat it for breakfast every day- l
INVJORWSGREATEST LOVER THINK .1.. and drink plenty'of water.
? CWRKWIBLE. DO YOU t j LIKE TOe \ I L KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN for Try 10 lr.
OEOVER IS THE ONE BRAG,MUTT* I
days! If by that time
r not
'J; o OH. CAN AND TtBAR3ER GREATESTCLOVER M REALLY I DONT I I completely satisfied you send are the .-:
KAMESEVERAL { BUT-ER-AHErA? Rinse milky glasses promptly in empty carton to the Kellogg Com- r.e
? cold water to prevent stubborn Battle Creek,Michigan,and
n tings, get doable your moony back et et
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a a strong flavor In lamb mutton the Tital outer layers of whole
coups or stews. wheat.Eat daily either as a cereal
M o: -.- or in muffins. Ask your grocer: for
.: :.:.. Use a stick and not a brush for KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN.
stirring paint. Forcing the brush
into the corners will damage the t
I LITTLE REGGIE By Margarita bristles. BASEBALL SCI
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I REGINALD GOOD DAY I SHE f AND YOUR \ SIZE wuz... SlIE HINT tops.Save Use small them glass to Jars keep with food screw in 'ou..ap Wrftd.c.t.J.\tow Softball prlew o Uaifenm.Ch+mm hta FRm'=Y1 d3

IS YOUR WUZ FATHER ? JONNA ...HE AINT... ii0if HERE he refrigerator. They require less =T iw =- l IaabIblllIIk
OTHER AT h TSK.TSK. WHERE'SYOUR room than dishes and the tight !E-a: N.a.a1isBaiMt= ._e.rR

fI I \ HOME ? 'i A SNES HE GRAMMAR %/ / EITHER covers. keep odors from refrigerator. _aacawwea 7 a...__... .... -_<<--. .y "> .
1 GONE !
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Save Money
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I Jli'iER By;:Arthur Pointer Pay Cash Pr. ten P"

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r- : / See Harry Sunshine, Atlanta, Ga. r- ||" .

Visit ft r large Wholesale WartkcMt ,t 775 Mjrktt. Street *.*.

t} Joe arc ia AtUata. Coma sad get ac4**>a'Ua' i. we CM supply yea
with. kirt--ct Mrrclua4ia. De.'ttfrft Hjrry S...; anOHB mJ1
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what .t lass ,Ie all er. Write .

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MARIETTA ST., ATLANTA GA. :

I By Gene Byrnes Has are a Sew ., tie I SrtfADS lOllS towns IUACHIH4COTTON ra.he
REG'LAR FELLERS .any Items that r- J PRINTS f JHtTIH VMOHWIAI on-

< oleo IaooE! CM bay 'W year .,d.. l Other Hird-to-Gtt Items
new
( SAY M It IIl! TH a947 EVEN IF YAcouLOr ?
READ y shnd
tuEVt5ION n JUST ALPO GET A UXX.ATITBQHrNCMf. PHOOEY! [tGTRIGNOU.SE
YC TEr. KNOWTHAT'S
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CVERYONE! iCtt IKWTCU.TH* NOTELf ?tee
FELL R3 ALL YlstloN I :ar-

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BUDDYWHERE'STHAT sttlulTE, t WANTED TO BE A I 'and
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\WINDOW IS R6WUCEDMMEOWTELVXtl. EXcUSE OPVDURS i MARRIED LIPS
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SILENT SAM ._ Was up to: 2} times more'methyl salkylato coo and en
t menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to evcrr the
{ kti a doctoe-than fi ve other widely offered rub-ins. Insist
E PO/C tM J on jemoM Ben-Cay,the original Baume AnalgesiqoeiJtts Ie'nt

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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, March;..14.ll41
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Eighth Installment On Clothing Drive to Begin I II 1111 .... 7 IlefJjL
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I Very Truly Yours 'L :, K
:.. : Teachers' Salary to (Continued from Page 1) Our SchoolThe II .

Be Paid SaturdayThe I, ,'I
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Before !!
again come to. Europe. you (Continued from Page 1) >-
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school cafeteria is still in I ; "
&th installment of the ten store your winter clothes sort thru the imperialistic idea of exploitingother operation thanks to the unceasng >- 1
and lay aside what you can epare. Whil '
payments from the State Teachers people. efforts of the principal-this, in Gstof ;
Salary Fund to the county will be Woolens not fit for wear will be In talking with GeneralissimoStalin spite of the fact that help has had ;

made Saturday, March 15. made into warm comforts. Whiteor In 1945 I told him that I to be curtailed and expenses cut one 1
printed feed sacks may be sentas thought the Labor UVJMSt
According to figures released by government wherever possible. \\\1re...
Superintendent of Public Instruct they ere or made into comfort would bring about liberal changes All during this crisis reports 1
tops. Shoes with no mates can be In British foreign policy. He said I
Lion Colin English total payment baTe been made and kept on file
to the 67 counties from the fund used-many people have only one he had not seen at that time convincing In the hopes that Congress will
foot. Anything unfit to wear, but evidence of it, but he
for this month is I1.7S2.912.S9. I pass an emergency School Lunch
receive clean. will be bundled and sent as be true. But .
Okeechobee Count.ill agreed it might even room program which would be ret- EFlO

r 4100.40 Of which 13,202.91 is for i if rags.Clothing If the Labor government wanted roactive from March 1st. in which
Instructional salaries and $597.49 Is collection will be made to keep Britain a great imperial

for transportation. March 20. 21, 22. If no one calls lower, the country Is Just not reimbursed

for your things. please phone Mra. strong enough to do It. For yon plate served. Should this emergency {

Lona LaRee Walker Curtis Wright or" Mrs. Glen Daris. remember Britain has to Importthe bill not pass It then remainso

Celebrates Her Third Clothing will be rent to and distributed major part of its food to eat be seen whether or not the lunchroom -

by Church World Service and nearly all of its raw materialsIn will be able to continue oper- '

Birthday New Windsor. Maryland, which order to make and sell things to ation unless the students and parents fmHI!
ID
celebrated serves all denominations. other parts of the vrcrld. support it more wholeheartedly. PO.&II1'
Lena LaRee Walker
The tremendous question? to an- 'TIn ,
third with a lovely
her birthday
r) swer is what is going to be the effect the column last week througha
party at her home March 7. from Largest Membership upon the United States ofBritain's typographical error a sentence ll V e (bstt
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3:30 until 5:00 m.
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having to drop from the regarding the luncheon read "it \ t- 5 MAJOR RATE
Refreshments of ice cream birth- I (Continued from Page 1)
role of.a major. imperial power. Is wonderful how parents ofeeltinClt tREDUCTIONS SINCE 1934
will have had< many
day cake were served to the follow. the total members
There is gong to ban immense know what sort of lunch their [ ... tAVERAGE RATES FOR
ing guests: Clariece and Faith 1 previous Legislative experience.Some tHOME ELECTRICITY, NOW
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demand from some people that we **
children The
ate bought.
Walker Lucy and Tommy Underhill of the members have had or ques- I .. LESS THAN HALF WHAT
practically take over Britain's for. tion involved was that it is WONDERED -
Jay and Chester Raulerson. j experience In Government service : !IiII"-- THEY WERE THEN .
Glen Ellen and Mary Davis. Donald other than the Legislature. One mer position as the world's greatest how many parents know ) ,- 1 ,(R, e .
imperial power; that we become what their children ate at noon.A
had 40 as an
Gene Walker Peggy Fearce Sharon member has years I
the "protector" of Greece. India.
Watford. Jimmy Drawdy Nancy official in other government ser few days ago one fourth grade
Burmsu. Palestine. Egypt and all child from the counter with
came
Pearce. Frances Draughon. Linda vice. Another member has had 22
other areas from the Russians. They five candy bars and two pencils. It
Sue Nix Emory Walker and the ;years. 2 hare had 12 years. 1 eleven
will play upon the American hatredof looks as though that child had been w
mothers. yeah, 3 eight years. 4 four years
.- I 2 three years and 2. two years previous I' Communism to make it seem given money: for a dinner and thatis
that that is the only way the world the dinner which was bought.
experience.All
Service GuildThe
Wesleyan of this indicates a rich back can be saved from being flooded The teachers can't force the cMld; "
with the sinister power of com the hot but
ren to buy lunches
Wesleyan Service Guild of ground of experience in public service -
the Methodist, Church held its and If we are to Judge by these munism. surely no mother or father wouldbe
I hope we will not fall into that contented to know that'hls child
March meeting at the home of \Irs. statistics incomplete though they
will folly. The age of empires is passed, ate five candy bars for lunch. So
J: J. M, Roe, on Tuesday evening may be, the 1947 Legislature
not only for Britain but for every its the
Those attending were: Mrs. Jack be a fine crosssection of Americanlife it looks as though up to
other nation including Russia. The to look into their situ-
Etledge. Mrs. J. II McCranie 1\Irs. and Florida Citizenship with parents own
Melba Louthan Miss Sara 11 ow ell, far above the average in experience. -:pursuit of imperialism is .a search ation.

and Miss Kathryn Sweatt. The people of Florida should for a tool's gold. A great deal of The Home-Ec. department wentallout
A look forward to the coming session the reason for the collapse of the for the faculty Wednesdaywhen

British Empire is the searching it entertained them at breakfast
The Fine Arts Club will meet on i of the Legislature with great conf.
next Wednesday afternoon at the 11 n;e. sentiment of democracy among the serving coffee and doughnutsto

home of Mrs. J. A. McNeil. peoples whom they have for so long!, the entire staff.
last dominated and held down. JlVha' The Home-Ec. rooms were, as
1 In
J. R. Rhoden spent Friday
we have said about freedom independence usual, spotlessly clean and were
:
Mrs. Mary Bass of Miami was a Miami where he went to visit Dr.
and democracy for all the attractive with their POtted
visitor spending last week-end in ,, Harris who is a patient at the Veterans very
t that people of the world when we were plants which seemed to have put THROUGH BUS SERVICE
Okeechobee. Her sister. Mrs. Hosptal. He reports
W'1 fighting the Germans and Japanese, out their prettiest blossoms for the
T. Eilliams returned with her Dr. Harris is very much Improvedand
has taken root in the minds and occasion. On display were some of! /
ter spending the past ten days at hopes to be able to return
Miami. home soon. hearts of these millions of under the garments which the girls had TO ORLANDO AND
privileged people whom the great made for the Red Cross and which

imperialistic powers have enslaved were very well made, showing the JACKSONVILLEWithout

SUNRISE THEATRE, Ft. Pierce, Fla. in one way or another for genera results of careful instructions on

I I FridaySaturdaySundayMondayy tlons. the part of the teacher. Miss McDermott ChangeNORTHBOUND

The role of America. in my opinion The song which seemed
,, is to lead the world to democracy to be on the lips of everyone during

: not to become the world's the pleasant gathering was
Leave Okeechobee ____ ___ 8:47 AM
master. The way to do that is "Why Can't We Do Thi* More Of- ____ __ : __

through an effective United Nations ten!" Arrive Orlando _______________ 12:55 PM
: give the financial help to We really do have an interesting
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the nations in the world who are school. SOUTHBOUNDLeave

unable to maintain themselves. If in ... -. .
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the future, a nation sends in armed Orlando m_______ _______ 5:40 PM

forces to over.run any people, CLASSIFIED ADSFOR Arrive Okeechobee _._______u._________ 10:13 PM
let ns through the United Nations,'I

Join in throwing out and keepingout (oo. <..x---<<,*" --:.:.: :..,.( .......,.

such an aggressor.But SALE-1942 Leonard Frigid. STANDARD OIL, STATIONGREYHOUND '
\ to suggest that we become aire. Apply Church of God Par 16

the underwriters or the heirs of eonage.

1s the British Empire or any< other FOR SALE-1 good saddle horse
Empire is to cast America in an
with saddle and bridle; Pickup
j alien role.
truck; new tires; $15000 :SeeJ.
; Let the United Nations
us through -
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R. Minehan. Phone ,
; draw the pattern of this new

: SPECTACLE, GRANDEUR! I arty Parks is seen as Al Joitoa! in the kind of a world where that democracy "TED-Whlte or colored wom-
.\luWt Technicolor production."The Jotson Scary; with'Evclrn Beyea.
and freedom which so many an to care for baby: boy, 22
E have died for in thfs and the last months old. Good salary board.-

war will prevail, and let us challenge C. A. Johnson J. S. Park,

the Soviet Union to join us Okeechobee. Fla.

in the building of that kind of a
s world. In that world all of the big' FOR SALE-3 room house with 20

powers will have to get out of the acres of land located near Sher

STOP lands of all the little or weak pow man. Reasonably priced. Naomi

en all over the world and leave Allen Rt: 1. Box 31, Okeechobee

( them their cherished freedom and Florida. I
Plumbing and Electrical
independence. More let us help SuppliesBath
FOR SALE-Small home with bath
them
grow strong enough to keep
that independence and freedom. screened porch cabinet sink and Tubs, Kitchen Sinks, Hot Water Heater

separate laundry room with electric 5-10-15-30 Gallons
Now II America's golden opportunity Capacity.

TIRE WEAR AND SHIMMY as well as her crucial test. 104 3-10 hot ft.water frontage.heater.142 1.2%lots ft. I 4' Fiber Sewer Pipe, Lighting Fixtures
The decision we make as to our Deep FreezersEBNER'S
Located on Parrott Ave.
deep.
course Is going to determine not
s limits.-Orrie W. Swartz.
only the destiny of America but the at city

Tire Wear Is Expensive future of mankind.
FOR SALE-1-house; grove with 3 712 Orange Avenue
Very truly .
CLAUDE yours PEPPER.Mr. acres land; price $700.00.1 horse, FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
saddle and bridle, price 22500.
Wheel Is j
Faulty Alignment --
1 automobile new tires price

and Mrs. E. H. Hunt returned $85. .-See J. R. Minehan. Phone Hh

DangerousOUR to their home in Okeecbobe' 83. r.

Sunday from Tallahassee where
FOR SALE OR TRADE-12-cyL IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
Mrs. Hunt was recently confined to
Lincoln Zephyr auto: like new;
EQUIPMENT IS THE BEST the hospital.
overdrive for speed regular for INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE

AND WE HAVE A TRAINED An Interesting Piano power stop lights; radio; $1,65000 heater-signal See S.and A. SWRE THE. TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE,

Wilson at The Okeeehobee News AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
OPERATOR. Recital By M. O. Kent's office.

Pupils at High SchoolOn Okeechobee +
Abstract
Immediate Company
Delivery

i Mo Charge For Check-up, Estimate Friday his pupils night In M.recital O. Kent In presented the 30 gallon automatic oil water heaters. J. L BARBER, Manager r

15, 40 and 62 gallon Electric water
High Scbool Auditorium.
heaUra.
Piano solos were ably played by
Grace Williams Leon Williams, Humphries Tire &

Evelyn Cone. Tommy Markham. ANTHONY B. CASO

Okeechobee Motor Co Wanda Worth June Cone Sandra Appliance Co. art_ SON

Kendrick. Faye Abney. Anna Jane MASON BUILDERSWe

Evans, Ruth FuUord Laura Mae FORT PIERCE. FLA.
Campbell and Mary. Alberta Lou- # do all kinds of mason work. Blocks, Bricks,

than. Plastering, Fireplace and Chimneys Built and
SALES 4II SERVICE In addition to the piano num Starts Relief in-O seconds Repaired.NO.

bers, the following instrumental .from AM 6 UIUal 1'J JOB '
TO BIG OR TOO
'u S-TIRES PUROIL solos were presented: Saxaphone. de SMALL
't" ; Bobby Raulerson; Trumpet, John GICI' : ...' Our Prices Are Ground Level

.-, "Where Service Is A Fact". Bryan Watford; Clarinet. Ranlle It" .' .."" Residence: Parrott Avenue
COLD PSIPALABONrIASUrs Box 715
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"\,> ,: Raulerson; Trumpet, -Bucky Ber- oa LIQUID + s Y < .

gestiner; Vocal Ada Jane Cson. I tii_.t...anhx..taos/ .
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