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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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-Volume---31- -No. 47 Okeechobee, Florida,.Friday, April 11, 1947 ; i,
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Local Baptists $75,000 Race Track i Eighty Persons McGregor Smith Made Representative Bill Hendry Member ;

Money Allotted to the Prest. of SE Electric

Contribute Much Counties This Week Here Seeks Jobs Exchange Important Fish and Game CommitteeAlso


Florida's 67 counties this week St. Petersburg Fla, April 5-

Needed ClothingTWO were given an additional 125,000 Through StateThere McGregor Smith President of on Powerful Rules Committee f

each from race track receipts, Florida Power ft: Light Company,

bringing the total allocation for was today elected president of the -
TWO AXD EIGHTY the year to $75.000. are SO applicants listed Southeastern Electric Exchangeat Boys Home Representative W J. Hendry left

THREE POUNDS OF RELIEF Comptroller Clarence and no Job openings available In Sunday for Tallahassee where he '
M.
Gay three
the closing session of its
good have been received from the who announced the new dUtribaon. Okeechobee county, Horace p. day 14th Annual Conference fn St Nearly every young; man who I* will spend the next sixty days at-

BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH said that in addition to the Jones manager of the Ft Pierce Petersburg. The Southeastern El- attending the University at Gaines- tending the session of the Legislature. -

here at the Church World Service amount the office of 'the Florida State Employemeat ville came home on a surprise East Before leaving Mr. Hendry
paid counties, $6.'l11OS4 ,- ectric Exchange membership is
Center at New Windsor, Md. This has been turned into the State Service stated today. composed of members of power ter visit stated that he had met with the

contribution included clothing Welfare Fund from race track re- Mr. Jones said approximately companies in eleven southeastern That enjoying the holiday were members of the Board of County

shoes. bedding and other vitally ceipts during the year Last year, 57 of the Job applicants are ex-ser states and acts as a clearing house Frank and Laurens Reeves with a Commissioners, the City Council

needed relief goods. The goods each county received 8,000 from vice men and 15 are women. for the exchange of ideas to improve guest. Albert Brown; Hayes Williams and business people as regards

already have been sorted and packed the tracks.Many. The Ft. Pierce office of the and speed electric service to Tommy Evans Jack Elledge. legislation that might come beforehe

for shipment overseas. Florida State Employment ServiceIs David Hamrick. : Legislature.
the public. Among the facts
This gift from Okeechobee will carrying on an extensive effortto He also stated that anyone who
out at the St. Petersburg
brought
-t be helpul in relieving the suffering Persons to line up more jobs for veterans conference was the fact that more Sunrise Service wished to get in communication

t brought by war and winter weather and other idle workers. Mr. Jones with him about any matter could
than three million farms now are
.upon millions of helpless people Attend said he hopes to list every Job opportunity with and Flori- Jo so at the Fleridan Hotel Tallahassee -
MeetingT. served electricity
; overseas. While American people in the area so that veterans day Power & Light Company contributed At Lake Attended where he will stay duringhe

i enjoy the .warmth and security of and other unemployed coning to this by extending time he is !c Tallahassee.
progress
their homes and families. thous- AssociationProminent to the office to file for unemployment When the committee assignments
its rural lines by nearly By a Large Crowd
ands of European wander alone compensation may be 700 miles daring the year. Smith were, announced Tuesday Mr. Hen- j i

through the cold dark street of promptly referred to jobs.
Iry was appointed on the import-
O workers in the fieldof served as First Vice-President of
war-ravished cities, searching in tuberculosis and public health The more Job opportunities listed the Exchange during the past year. A record crowd gathered on the int Ffeh and Game Committee of

vain for food and a protective at Employment Service offices lakefront before sunrise on Easter 'he House. Due to the present
from seven Latin American countries -
shelter from the bitter cold of the quicker the Service can expedite Sunday morning to worship in the Controversy over Commercial Fish-
to attend the
are expected
winter. employment of qualified per Rev. C. H. Eiland commemoration of the Reeurrec 'ng that is the most Important
annual meeting of the Florida Tuberculosis -
The Church 'World Center at sons and aid both employer and lion of our Lord. 'ommittee assignment Mr. Headry e
and Health Association
New Windsor Maryland, I* the employee in fitting qualifications The awe-inspiring setting was'urther could have.
In Miami. May 1 and 2. accordingto Seriously Hurt In
oldest and the largest of thenine Lacy G. Thomas Groveland to the Job, Mr. Jones said. enhanced by the perfect lie was also appointed chairmanf

relief goods depots operated for Job applicants include profea- calm of the lake and the stillnessof > the Commerce and Reciprocal
president /of the association.
Church' World Service, official French: Guiana and Martinique sional and managerial 1, clerical Fall Last SundayThe the air over which floated the Trade Committee, and is a member .

overseas relief organization for 26 have already indicated delegateswho and sales 5, service 1, skilled 5, ringing tones of chimes as they -
Protestant denominations. In 1946 will attend the and semiskilled 20 unskilled 29, and played familiar Easter hymns. nents. Public Utilities. Rules of
meeting,
Church World Service packed and the Caribbean Commission. Port- agriculture 13. The most signifi- community was shocked and Rev. Eiland. president of the he Calendar, Railroads, Telegraph
ant number of applicants by individual grieved Sunday morning to learn Ministerial Association introducedthe
shipped 12,000,000 pounds of relief of Spain. Trinidad, is completing \nd Telephones, and Resolutions.
found in serious accident which Rev.
tf materials to 23 foreign coun with representatives occupations are ofthe pastors of the community who Representative Hendry left Tal-
l arrangements the semiskilled, unskilled and agriculture Eiland pastor of the Baptist led in the devotionals and benedic-
abasoee morning for New
tries. Of this total, less than one.helt from the Bahamas Puerto Rico. Tuesday

of one per cent was lost Cuba Jamaica and Gandeloupe.Attending occupations. Church, suffered. tion. Orleans where he went as the repeentatlve -
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a 1 through theft or damage, an amount from French Guiana Unemployment com p ensation While climbing a ladder to the Prior to the program a bugle of Governor Caldwell
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payments in Okeechobee county loft of the new Sunday School call sounded Carter Howell '
entirely covered by insur will be the head of the Public was by 0 attend the organization meeting
1 ance. during the week ending March 29, building, he fell about eight feet toa and was followed by several if the Gulf Coast Fishing CompactThis
Health Service and the director ef
.i amounted to $%81.60 and were concrete floor, when a rung of numbers the School
7 To the Center at New Windsor their Pasteur Institute, while Martinique secred by High organization is being organed -
made to 20 persons 9 men and 11 the ladder broke. Band.
from all over the United States will be represented by the I to help promote Reciprocal
ii women. These recipients who are X-rays taken at the Fort Pierce
i Music was> also provided by the Trade Agreements between the
come boxes of relief _material, clothing director! of their Public Health
registered as unemployed throughno Hospital showed three fracturedvertebrae Glee Club of the colored schools States and Foreign countries..
bedding food candies Service, member of the Council
shoes a and availablefor the
fault of their own of the spine. Despite
head This group and its director deserve lie will return to Tallahassee
soap tools, books kitchen on Scientific Research, the the Eland
suitable employment were seriousness of Injury Rev.
for their well-
utensils, silverware,:all the numerous of the Sanatorium of Martinique,' classified as, clerical and sales I, maintained his usual cheerful rendered great numbers.praise Sunday night.

i items neceesa.rr1o housekeep and the medical director of a prl- service 1, skilled I, semi-skilled 3, disposition and is progressingas Rev. Howell delivered the Easter 1.35,000 ACRE NATIONAL

ing. All goods are prepared for vate tuberculosis dispensary. unskilled 14 Compensation of non- well as could be possibly expect PARK NEARS ACTUALMATERIALIZATION

.shipment with care and speed.. Incoming Local county associations thru veterans is.paid only to those who morning message.

clothing la inspected to out Florida will convene at Miami ed.At
covered
Is
have served credits In em the present writing there no
make sure It 1s whole 'jmd dean. with the Latin American delegatesto ployment., definite decision as to the natureof Mason's EntertainThe. An agreement between Governor }

u r .Theppacked' witb'takey.ndwrapped discuss and study the tnbercnosis -. Payments of unemployment compensation treatment.or of the duration of Millard F. Caldwell and Secretary -

"in water-proof paper It is control ""program. Promlh-jnt throughout""the state for Um which wilt be required in the .Masonic Lodge was boat to )f the Interior J. A. Krug this week

compressed into- firm bales, tlgtly medical and lay workers from both the week ending March 29 were hospital; the -Eastern Stars-and their 'famT- brought $ton a, fewmonu. of

strapped and protected by heavy Florida and New York will presentnew $115.693.50. and were made to 7191. ,- His many friends assure him of lies last Thursday night, t' a ulfillment the establishment of a

i burlap sacking. Distribution of methods in the control and These figures do not include their prayers and good wishes. Bumptious and delicious barbecue 1.355,000 acre'National Park In the

: goods abroad Is handled by the treatment of tuberculosis in an effort allowances paid to 15.500 unem- dinner. Florida Everglades.

churches and church groupe in the to bring greater pressure! to ployed veterans from federal About 75 enjoyed the results of Secretary Krug has agreed to the

s. countries to which they are sent. bear on Florida's problem. funds which mere $329419 duringthe Miami Branch Sugar "Red" Burgess' excellent work on immediate establishment of the

Centers and individual churches Conference sessions during the same period.Nonveteran Office Sees No Real those ribs which were brought Everglades National Park to preserve -

t take care of the final distribution. two-d.T. meeting will be held at the payments throughout Material ChangeThere steaming hot to the Masonic hall its tropical land and water

Goods are given out on the basis City Auditorium. Bayfront Park. the state for the week reflected where the rest of the dinner and areas its plants trees and wildlife

; s of need without regard to race. an Increase over the previous hs. been no material the hungry diners were waiting as soon as the State posts

creed' or political belief. Countries Hendry Attends week when $103,887 was paid. change in operations of the Miami Prior to the dinner a program of $2,000.000 to guarantee acquisition

I to which relief materials are ship Fisheries Meet In "We are doing everything possible Branch Sugar Office since transfer baratone solos was presented by .f the remaining needed land. ,

ped by Church World Service to make the local FSES offices of sugar controls from OPAOTCto W. D. Boehmer, the popular singing .

1'' guarantee absolute freedom of New Orleans a central community job the Department of Agriculture of those 'deep sea' and negrodalfft Flying Schools GradsIn

f handling to the churches. clearing house, where all employ. Harold Martin Branch Sugar Director songs. Class of Gl'
TALLAHASSEE-Rep. William
Most needed acroses the war era and all workers including vet said today. Finish in Solos
J. Hendry of Okeechobee Is in New
r torn world this winter are clothfug gleans erans can get the best employment With the closing of branch in- WANT LEGISLATURE TO
for the remainder of the
shoes and bedding. With almost results" :Mr. Jones said, urging all forcemeat offices in Miami Memphis AUTHORIZE EXPANSION' OF Ronald J. Fruda head of the
week as Governor Millard Cald-
no textile manufactured 4n applicants for Jobs and orders for and Raleigh, all sugar enforcement TELEPHONE DEPARTMENTThe Okeechobee Flying School, announ
well's personal representative at
Europe and Asia for five years the filing of Job opportunities to be activities for Florida cod this week that his first class of
an organization meeting of the
the clothing that Is left is worn to made at the Employment Service have been transferred to the regional Florida Railroad Commission GI's had completed their course of
Gulf States Marine Fisheries com
rags. Millions lost all their extra mission. office at 127 South Second street office in Atlanta Martin explained this week recommended that forty-five hours. They were: Neal

clothing In the war. New clothes Job orders will also be taken over adding that controls the 1941 Legislature authorize expansion though Jr. Harold Smith, Frederick
Hendry, who already is memberof
cost two three, four months' wage telephone No. 506. would continue to be strictly enforced of the rail board's telephone I Clay Robert Mack and A. II.
a similar Atlantic states fisher-
1 for the average workingman; suits under the new, more centralized department "as a means of Davis. Miss Mary KarwowskI has
lee group and chairman of theroTf'rnor'a
$%00; shoea. $40; ordinary work set-up. improving telephone service in also completed her course in the
advisory committee on Ninth Installment of The
-ehlrta, $9. There is an acute shortage Sugar rationing regulations, now Florida." school. _
fisheries, explained before leaving
of fuel. In France 600 pounds State Teachers' Salary under USDA remain the same for The agency said service in the The Okeechobee Flying School
here that the gulf commissionwasbeing "
of coal is the winter's ration for a organized to develop recipro Fund For April 15 the present the branch officer de state *b bad", and reported inter has been improved by: the C. Av-A..

family; In Germany 250 pounds ofcoalduat. clared. Spare Stamp No. 11 validated ruption of service accounting for Veteran's Administration and, the
cal agreements between gulf states
Undernourishment has The 9th installment of ten pay April 1, will continue to remain many complaints. It Is estimatedthe State Board of Education They
and the foreign countries concerning
made the cold more piercingly ments from the State Teachers good for ten pounds through new expansion program being are now enrolling new classes.:
offshore fisheries.
felt. In Germany, Austria. Italy. Salary Fund to the county will be September 30 with another stamp recommended would require $40-
Hendry, formerly a leading fish
Poland. Greece Japan and China. made Tuesday, April 15. expected to be validated for the 000 for the first year of operation Jack Wolff SurprisedOn
dealer on Lake Okeechobee. Is expected
the daily ration is ISSd; or less According to figures released by same amount some time before and $37,500 for the second year of
during
legislation
introduce
Compare that with the 150 set by to Superintendent of Public Instruction then probably in July, he said. the biennium. Sunday afternoon, following
the 1947 session which would
experiment as the subsistence level i Colin English total paymentto Consumers seeking near sugar the Cantata, the choir of the Methodist
Lake Okeechobee to commercial -
the 2,400 needed to' maintain reopen the 67 counties from the fund 3 ration books for Infanta or dis Dr. Leon S. Eisenman returned I church paid a surprise call
fishing. '
health and the 3400 consumed dally for this month Is $$1.782.912. charged servicemen, or seeking replacement to his home here Monday from on_Jack Wolff who is slowly recovering i

by the average American. Cash Okeechobee county will receive of lost ration books; Chicago where he was called on account -! from a badly sprained

contributions for buying food Easter Cantata $410040 of which $320291 is for should still write the Sugar Branch of the serious illness of his ankle suffered while he was doing

should be sent marked for overseas Instructional salaries and $897.49 Office 901 Second avenue NE. father. Dr. Elsenman made the some tractor work on the Welft

relief, through the Indlvidu Despite the wave of sadness Is for transportation. The final Miami, for the appropriate application trip to Chicago and return by air. ranch.

which pervaded the Baptbt Church from the fund for this blanks. Such persons should
al'. own ehurch headquarters. S1 payment Refreshments of Ice cream and
relief Sunday, due to the accident to Rev will be made in May. English '! be to state whether they are Albert Saunders
will buy enough of a special year sure Mr. and Mrs. cake had been prepared by Mrs. E


than two weeks or enough whole by the choir at 7:30 in the Martin emphasized. West after spending two weeks and needless to say the young

dried milk to provide 32 glasses evening was well attended and H. S. Wholesalers retailers industrialand here visiting her parents Mr. andMrs. group enjoyed,the socialIWlity of
Olney ImprovingIn
well presented.The i Institutional users will con.tinue .
for some hungry child. J. C. Platt. the afternoon while helping Jack Ito
of tons Methodist Church choir sang Veterans HospitalAt to operate under the same
In spits of the millions pass away m few lonely hoars.Mr .
of food clothing, and equipment the Cantata "The Story of Easter"at MiamiA sugar regulations as ,heretofore Mary Shulman. County Prosecuting -

t shipped to many nations through 4:30 In the afternoon and drewa letter received here this week Martin said. : Attorney, and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. S. J. Davis and )(1'.

lr UNRRA the task of relief and rehabilitation good attendance of music lovers. from H S. Olney who was carriedto TomlinsoB left Monday afternoonfor and Mrs. W. D. Coker spent Sunday -

f- is not done. Countless Both then choirs showed the results the Veteran's Hospital at Miami Sergeant and Mrs. Russell L. Tallahassee where they are afternoon at Fort Pierce.

cities lie In almost total ruin. of hours of practice.to three weeks ago states that he is Rice of West Palm Beach were visitors spending this week.

IS Farms are without tools, draft anlIs. improving and hopes to be able to spending some time in Okee-

male, even seed. Families arescattered restore some measure of nor return to his home here soon. Mr. chobes last week visiting Mrs.' Dr. and Mrs T. T. Coleman were Mr and Mrs John Whiddenwere

t children orphaned. The mat life to those whom the war has Olney is proprietor of Staney's Rice parents Mr. and Mrs. L. P.'. visitors spending Tuesday In Fort visitors spending Tuesday afternoon

Job before the American people Is left broken and destitute. Electric and Radio Shop. Mercer Pierce. in Fort Pierce.


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Have Crusts Flaky, LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU'
mothers aware
are acutely WHU
Wts&iaftfm Buitta.
MOST
\ their youngsters are grow-. I Sunbonnet Sue I lHfZ7tSL.JT.fr.fany Fillings Delicious
r Th lug by leaps and bounds, and last Cheese Fondue

tahi spring' coats are woefully unpre- Thousands of New For Good Pies Baked Tomatoes

\ pared to cope with this year's sizes. Slivered Green Beans
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1 i If the clothing budget doesn't per- ,,S e'ixh Businesses nourishing Molded Pear in Lime Gelatin
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mit buying material for new coats Melba Toast Honey

then mother had best look to her old IN EVERY home town, in every Lemon Chiffon Pie

j pieces of wool for available material. village and hamlet in the country r Beverage Wounds

Grownups' clothing can easily be and out along the highways new Recipe given.
1 Junior's hand is
useful for e cut
converted into something small businesses are springing up WHEN
by a rusty nail better
the youngsters but this will take like mushrooms almost
sprouting
nutto some care and attention. It's not overnight 4 eggs separated call the doctor right away-there's

1 of merely a matter of cutting the coat 3 tablespoons lemon Juice always the danger of blood poisons
The department of commerce in a
1 tablespoon lemon rind finely .
frnme down but rather of ripping it apart
recent report shows that for the e e e
It j .
\ completely and oftentimes dyeingit grated
into an attractive color for the first six months of 1946 new business 'i teaspoon salt Meanwhile cleanse the wound tborongatj -
enterprises numbered 363,000. and with soap and water. Then fct
1 for whippingSift ar
youngster. pint cream to dig out .
: k1I\ indications enough peroxide
pointed to a total of 687.
and dirt and soak
of rust ate
{- Do] Children are too young and gay 000 together 1 cup of sugar and particles
new small firms for the year. hand in a hot strong epsom salt solution. tOur -
# love by nature to be clothed in somber f At the same time, the report showed the cream of tartar. Beat the booklet No. 81 contains 40 pages vl -
ove colored things, so try to make even x that 178,000 firms closed their doors r a xHs egg whites until stiff but not dry helpful advice about borne nursing. Car '":.
DO attractive. A ers nursing of contagious diseases, care
renovated clothes
don for one reason or another during the Gradually add the sugar mixture during pregnancy after operations la
I cot young mother I knew recently year, and that although this number s continuing to beat until thoroughly emergencies. A must for every bomel

I- Tora made use of her ex-navy husband's Is sizable, it was less than half the blended. Use the-meringue to line Send traction 23 centsCoin lor tie Home) for Nat-Practical**" to Weekly IB-

f ; "blues" by converting them into mortality rate in 1940 and only about the bottom and sides of a 9 or 10- Newspaper Service, 241 W. 17th St. New

wit spring coats for her two youngsters.On a third of the number closing in _. inch well-greased pie plate hollow- booklet York 11 title, N.and Y. No.Print 8LOuL name address

or c the little girl's coat she added a 942. ing out the center and being carefulnot
'3rfsy t; e Two small spatulas or pastry
: -- crisp touch with a white pique to spread the 4
collar and on the little boy's coat The commerce department saysthat blenders are excellent for cutting fat
I t ; meringue (Jn1l- (One
; i at the end of 1946 there
---' Insignia was a Into flour when making pastry. Never }-
miniature
she sewed some navy total of close to the sides. ,,;fV'ij': .
3.733.000 business firms in the this the
on the sleeves. Both youngsters use fingers as warms 2
Bake in slow o
are delighted with these addi- operation, or some 509,000 more than ingredients: which ought to be kept a : Like many young couples this
4This at the end of 1945. Adding the well (273-degree) oven made the mistake of bringing
tions to the wardrobe. up chilled if flaky pastry is to be for hour. % : one
This only goes to prove that even business births and deaths since achieved.. CooL one- Beat '" Junior with them to the movies.
140. the department figures show egg The infant saw no reason why he
a navy blue shade can be lightened yolks slightly ". -I I
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effectively with little crisp or bright little lady Is all ready for that the country already has overcome "Yes, it's easy to make a good should be quiet, but it seems the
then stir in H of
touches which take only a few min- the son and beach with this con- the more than half a million tiecrust, if you're not too ambitious remaining cup sug manager of the theater did.
ar and lemon juice rind and salt
utes to apply.If suit and bonnet outfit made at business deaths as a result of ." said a "If you can't keep that young- ;
Cook boiling water until
you have pastel coats of your home. Gathering In bloomer the war and there are now about 10 good; cook to me thick over 8 to 10 minutes. Remove from very ster quiet" the manager whispered

own (or even suits) that have faded. fullness is no problem if you use per> cent more small enterprises doIng once That may ,1 -, fire and; cool. Whip cream and com- harshly to the father "FH -
I the gathering foot attachment for business than in the prewar record sound like a have to ask you to take your
bine half of it with lemon-egg mix-
the sewing machine according to year of 1940. strange bit of advice / money back and leave."
ture. Fill meringue shell and cover
directions by local sewing center This unprecedented growth in but it's true. / with remaining whipped cream. Chill Promptly the baby went to

experts. small business particularly with relation The more you sleep
Y in refrigerator for 24 hours before
u to the service firms, has been work with the
I serving. The movie went on and turned
easier for yourself and work accomplished despite the high mor- crust the tougher out to be one of those interminable

quickly if you would avoid a trying tallty rate for small business and lit : It gets. Lemon Chiffon Pie. boresome productions. The hus-

time. the face of rising markets, rising There's anothertip 1 baked 8-lnch: shell band shifted uneasily in his seat -
s Children's clothes are primarily prices, high taxes and unstable labor you should follow too, if you wantto
( 1 tablespoon gelatinS and finally nudged his wife. ;
conditions and in the midst make and that is In
of a good pie.
x simple, but they may contain one or aperiod cup cold water "
two little details to make them look of more- or less definite in- regard to the filling. Make it justas 4 egg yolks "For goodness Junior sakes "bemoaned
"give a punch.
,
and delicious
ation. Juicy
even more attractive. as you possibly ?4 cap sugarS
According to standards can. A good crust heirs, but
prewar cap lemon Juice
t Straight-Line Coats
,
the filling has to be good, too!
there are many more service firms J4 teaspoon salt
Easiest to
ifl Adjust In business than ever before. ThisIs Chiffon pies should be light and 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind

I Coats which have simple straight due no doubt; to the backlog of downy[ never tough. Never use too 4 egg whites

,! driion Use old wooltnt for making... lines-those of a boxy style for needs which was piled up duringwar much of a thickening agent in fruit, When your
Add gelatin to cold water and let
example-are preferred
by
many years. berry or cream pies. These shouldbe
the thf plan to dye them Into bright colors mothers because they are easy to firm enough to stand up easily stand 5 minutes. Separate eggs and

t which are particularly attractive on adjust from time to time for length.. Too Many LaundriesThe when sliced but they should never be Dent yolks in top part of double boil little one
teat
er. Add lemon juice salt and
the younger set Children do not get broad as fast as pasty. sugar

I Don't become so beset with your they grow In height, so have plentyof fields of laundries barbershops If you make pies often have on grated rind. Mix welL Cook over
=- auto repair shops, cleaningand hot water until mixture coats the
cleaning and laundering problemsthat hem to let down time catches
1 i --" as goes by. hand a Jar of homemade pastry mix
pressing and other services are spoon. Add gelatin and stir in welL
you shy away from gay Double-breasted coats for both such as this:
IP, bright things for the children. We girls and boys are popular too because now on the overcrowded list. The CooL _

don't want the youngsters to look : these follow simple, straight only field where new businesses are Pastry MiL Beat egg whites until stiff but not cold-
not to levels is In the
... like miniature wise old owls even if lines and look good on the young- up prewar 7 cups sifted flour dry, and add % cup more of sugar.
hotel and amusement enterprises. t
we have a little more cleaning to sters. Having no belt there 1 a no 4 teaspoons salt v Fold mixture into beaten egg whites
belt line to be Another popular area at enterprises and turn into baked .. do what most
do. ; a problem when 1% to 2 cops lard a pie shell Chill Tonight.
in the construction business. According :-
do to relieve miseries
lengthening the coat thoroughly. Coat with meringue or -
to the commerce report Combine flour and salt Cut lard
Fitting Is Important Tailoring is easy on these small whipped cream. of children's colds:
there have been started approxi- Into flour mixture until crumbs are
Simply rub warming: soothing -
For Children clothes because there Is not
I as mately 98,000 new construction firmsto about the size of peas. Store in covered It's not always necessary to bakea Vicks VapoRub on !
I've emphasized this point before much to do as on a larger'garment help meet the demand for new container in refrigerator and pie in order to serve pastry. throat chest and back at e_

but I'd like to mention it again. homes and other buildings. use as desired. (Do not add water There's a banana puff dessert that bedtime.Results are so good

tt Never make things too large for the Throughout the country there are until ready to use. and then add Just cun be very popular if you enjoy because VapoRub's special
children thinking they will this fruit and it's topped off witha
grow huge signs reading that construction enough to hold together.) relief-bringing action starts
into them. Little girls win look like meltingly delicious
sauce. instantly and keeps on
will
start soon on a new theater for I
dolls if they are dressed in short, Fresh Strawberry Fie.
this site, the only thing retarding working for hours during:
perky dresses and coats, and little construction being lack of lum- 1 baked 9-Inch pie shell I e the night while the chad

I boys look all the more masculine if her and other building material sup. 1 quart strawberries sleeps. Often by morning

their clothes are of a proper lengthnot plies. I cup sugar most misery of the cold is

an Inch: or two too long. 3 tablespoons cornstarch gone.Remember,Mother...
Ii During 1946 there were 291,000 new be sure get the one and.
Of course you may make large Dash of saltSweetened you .
retail business firms started raisIng only Vicks VapoRub.
hems on coats and such so they will Whipped Cream
the total retail enterprises in
last longer but the point Is, don't this field to 1719000. But there is Crush half the berries and bringto

make them long to begin with. If .. oI still room, according to the report boiling point Stir in sugar com-

you do 10,\the child will dislike the for more retail firms in some lines bined with cornstarch and salt &&&&&a.a..I.
garment so thoroughly by the time Spring & ". for youngsttrt
such as general merchandise stores Cook stirring constantly until thick _
he really fits into it that he SJRONG HUSKYWNGSTERS
win
3t Use basting generously particu- butcher shops shoe stores and gro ened. Spread other half of berries
refuse to put it on unless there's a larly when applying the sleeves to ceries. into baked pie shell and pour hot, K

major battle every time you Insiston the armholes and press and fit Carefully There also is room for more filling cooked berries over them. Cool then
his wearing the garment
? after this is done to make stations, using the prewar number top with cream and serve. thnrUts to this

Try to make fittings as brief as certain the garment will give com- as a criterion. Thousands of rural
possible, as it becomes tiresome for Pecan Pie. '"'
Uling stations closed their doors -
the little folk to stand still for a fort.The edges of the collar and lining due to the gas rationing the draft 3'eggs beaten ..:iJ, ..

lengthy period. Have all your equipment may be taped. Interfacing helps in and other factors during the war 1 cop light brown sugar Haar doetntutiar v.msd .... '

handy set the children on a giving a tailored look if you have and many of them have not as yet 1 cup dark corn syrup Mix sparingly when making pastry aeo,,'. B;.&Uie .. b.-
stool or table to make the task 1 tablespoon flour and don't get too ambitions.This it'. rick tm ....... ...ADVltaml.
planned pointed lapels on the coat reopened. But everywhere even out .. asS amr-avOdiMr .
also
Baste the canvas to the collar. along the highways new appliance 1 tablespoon melted butter applies to rolling dough which << .u ckUdrem seed for ,r* *r
1 teaspoon vanilla should be done In outward directionswith .rvwta. atresa -=
Youngsters' coats do not have to stores are opening along with home

.7 t Bo Smart! I be lined for warm weather wear but furnishing stores. The backlog in H!; cup pecans ing pin.very little pressure on the roll I =AAD def1ciat.ta.. 8u H.a-ti'a"II6t"iii ,

they do hang better when lined. II these lines is tremendous. Place all ingredients except pecans -

you do not line them finish the into a bowl and mix thoroughly.Pour Banana Puff. ;

edges by binding them with match Profits Satisfactory into an unbaked Allow one banana for each serv

r ing tape rather than using the pink Despite the shortages in consumer pie shell ing. Ron peeled banana in sugar

ing shears. Coats such as these re- goods In many lines and the high and place pecans and cinnamon and ron In rich piecrust droaIrtt.7q54'

ceive too much wear to withstand prices the department report indicates carefully over the Bake.....in a very hot (450-

much tossing around unless finished that profits of small business !- z' top. Bake in a degree) oven for 15 minutes. Serve

properly. have been good. The Federal ) hot (450-degree) with the following sauce:
If you want to make a little prin- Reserve board estimates that oven for 10 minutes -

cess style coat for daughter it will earnings of durable goods manufacturers then continue Lemon Sauce pe SUM M1U Ut rest/?

: : \ : need a little more work and tailoring with assets under $250,00 baking in a slow (325-degree) H cup sugar RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
i
than the straight line models, was 15 per cent of net worth In 1940 oven for 30 minutes or longer until 1 tablespoon Boor

{ but the attractive garment will repay and 40 per cent of net worth in 1945 filling shakes like gelatin. H teaspoon salt

every care. Select a patternand and while no figures are available Here's a heavenly pie that .deserves 1 cap boiling water or pineapple

I fit it carefully: before cuttingthe tor 1946 there is every indication its name. Its crust is not the Juice

I: Ii woolen materiaLThe that it was profitable year. regulation type made of flour and Juice and grated rind ef M

It l linings of these coats shouldbe During these past three years. shortening but rather a meringue. lemon 1L'
i sturdy as they will need to takea The filling is a delightful combination 1 tablespoon batter
Wear the flowers and discardthe since 1943 small business has bro.ken .
t lot of wear, A closely woven cotton of lemon and made Z tablespoons
all records in the mortality fiek. eggs light raisins If desired
hat If that' year mood The and fabric will tang.a.te .r a..s'tit f.aa t1M
rayon give good
flowers colorful as life and twiceas wearahility. provided it is sewed with the lowest number of failure and fluffy with whipped cream and Cook sugar flour salt'and liquid *untib m HU u fetuiu* .

i large are anchored to a wisp and fitted carefully to the coat on record. Dun and BradstreeUUsts chilled thoroughly before serving over hot water for 10 minutes. Add RCtfNiltMRrsttagiu.waMdar
only 810 business' failures Use it for your next party. sa MM thMtMunutj.nBUY
ii band ef brlm-tbat' among lemon butter
or a> the All buttons should be sewed securely and raisins Serve

lovely headdress fashion that isbecoming and buttonholes" must be commercial and industrial firms Lemon Angel Pie. hotThis
for 1945 only 1,222 for 1944, and
;
more and more important. finished carefully will not sauce is also delicious
so they 3,221 for 1943. as compared to 13.61 1M cups granulated sugar over baked and served "* i
fray after a few wearings. steamed Plddlnrs.1eJe..4 .
In 1940 and 14.763 In 1939. VJ teaspoon cream of tartar

The return of millions of veterans by Western Newspaper Union.
1 1i
the provision for veterans' loans UDder YOU1
LYNN SAYS:
II the CJL bill and the To prevent brown
tremendously -
I Fashion FlashesTwotone There's a TrIck'ID Doing sugar from
5 high national income plus Even Simple Tasks lumping store it in a damp place EXTRASAVINGS
' the business backlog of purchasing such as the bread box. Powdered

power and consumer demand due When cleaning green vegetables, sugar may be stored in tightly E
corduroy ensembles are Some of the shades of white you to the war. are all factors In this always add a handful of salt to the tin or glass containers. covered ] !

!< very popular for the younger set see will border on beige especiallyin second water in which they are ,
business Door
and may be made at home now that hats. If they are in straw, you' new high census.do washed. "This win cause the _and in pocket or shoe pocket tIiJw
Economists however not
seea hung on the inside of BONDS]
more materials are reaching the like those trimmed closet doors
with pink roses.If continuation of universal profits the leaves to sink to the bottom excellent for are
stores. you're looking for something of the pan and really help make keeping such small ar-
indefinitely for all business due to vegetables tides 4
Some of the smartest hats are Intones new tn a spring hat consider the clean. as whisk brooms and dun '
more competition and the growth of ]
> Cloths in NOW
a
of wheat. This is shade that handy place.
popular half hat with flowers.It .
gay a buyers' instead of a sellers market Use old soap scraps by grtting
may be worn with anything; but is the hat is taffeta you might Avoid hard-frozen pieces of fruit
the real them
i Also very threat.of or putting through a food chop.
and
Li very effective with black lace orgreen carry out the theme with .taffeta inflation could wreck all hopes for per. Then add water and make a berries-in Ice cream by .now.-

velvet bows. cuffs or puffs on your gloves. continued prosperity. soap Jelly to use for,1a1mC 'J'. lug them to stand in sugar before
rska adding them to the
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. : RESOLVEDthat Fuel C. House .... .. 2 63 Taxes Withheld :
:; ( BE IT FURTHER March 19.70 J Starts Relief In O Seconds | Freight car orders booked slnce
@hCWOhCC C of this Resolution Howard Belote, Co. Comm. f!
} a certified copy January 1 by "PuIlman-StAndard, !
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All 6 usual>' *
be forwarded forthwith to Allocation ... ...... .. 25.00 AGRICULTURE FUND .from Manufacturing Company hate
ii. ;: Publisbed every Friday by the the State Road Department at Tallahassee C. R. Boyles Sal. & j M\Sf : : Car been running approximately nee
Ok echobee New Co. at Okeeehob, FIXE and FORFEITURE FUND Exp. Co. Agent 150.00VETERAJCS
Florida. than the "
: Okeechobee County, Florida. AJ, \ times heavier averag, '
a f+Y a Upon motion by Commissioner T. W. Conely. Jr. COLD PEPARABON44TAatITS II rate that prevailed throoghoa

f-"?'< '\. BRYANT BOWDEN .. ... Editor Durrence duly seconded by Commissioner Docket Fees Mar. .. . 38.00 Carmil. L. SERVICE FUND 01 UQUIO 1946. ;:; _
Box. Service .
Cai .t- TaU aeis Y droved
Clerk
R. Sheffield.
the following Mabel
Mobley
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Cost Bills Mar. ... . 134.65 Officer's Salary 110.00
t ; r'::" ,' One Year in advance ..... .. .$3.00 resolution was adopted I
; .-'s Six Months in advance .. .. 1.50; WHEREAS petition of Rachel F. Mary Schulman. Conv.
'"';-;::. Three Months in advance ... 1-00 Crozier and Cornelia N. Crozier Fee Mar. .. ..*. ... .. 335.00 RACETRACK FUND I
has been presented to this Board ,X O. Stewart. Sheriff's CostBills General FundTransfer :
F
It ; Entered as ttcood class matter July requesting a resolution vacation Mar. .... . ... 54411 .. 5000.00 '
.} 1. 1914 at the Post Office in Okee- Woodlawn Park, Corbett Norman. Witness City of Okeechobee. For I'' F
Crozier's .
of AnnouncingThe
:;, ; ehobee. Florida under Act of March plat bonded indebtedness ....
5000.00C.
y 8, 1879. a aulHllTision of the City of Okee Fees (Dec. Term) .. 2.00
filed in Plat i Witness Payroll. March T. Hart Rt. of ; ... ,
.
I chobee Florida I' "'. .. -
I V Book 2 at page 22 in the office of Term Court .... ...... 4.20ROA'O Way No. 59 .,. 278.40 - - -

,;J the Clerk of Circuit Court of Okee .i
CO Commissioners FOR of First Class
chobee: County, Florida and and BRIDGE FUND RENT-Three room turnUhed Opening a
WHEREAS laid land are within Dist. 1 Payroll Apartment; two large screened 'I WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIR SHOP

i I :1 : Transact Business the city limit of the City of Labor ................. 171.75 .porcliai. Adult*.- Kin*' Apart. On Osceola Street in Building with the
I : Okeechobee and the City Councilhas Diit. I, 2, S 4 Payroll menti. Seminole Strett. 'Okeechobee Shoe Shop

\ :! 1 In recommended, by resolution Labor ... .. .......0... 219.00 I
I I : Regular Session II I '
.; Vie V that said plat be vacated and. Henry Sloan NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS' I Will Be in Okeechobee on -

s; ;"-._. V WHEREAS due notice baa been Fuel . .. ........ ... 8, 0Out. NAME LAW i MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY

}I i l.: t: The Board of County Commissioners given and proof of publication of 2 Payroll TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- ; of Each Week. :
j. such notice has been filed with Labor ,... ........... 51.50 CERN: i
; of Okeechobee
County.
and no objections Dist. 5 Payroll ALL WORK GUARANTEED
said petition Notice is
Florida met in regular session hereby given that the
y 'j on been received and this Labor . ........... 7830 I
1 ;. ;.t Monday April 7. 1947 at 9:30 A. having undersigned pursuant to the "Fic .. .. .. .. .. ..
V having given due conslderati Oscar Johnson t j .. ..-..-.... .. .. ..-. ..-.. .. ..-.. ..
', -V1 M. Board titious Name Statute, House Bill
: .Vt! :! Present were: Commissioners C. n to said petition. Nails ..........'....v. 30.00Dist No. 1175. Chapter 20953 Laws of I

,:4 E. Drawdy. Chairman. O. J. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED 3 Payroll Florida, Acts of 1941 will register

_- l} <. :V man,. M. L. Mobley W. F. Walker Chap. that the said plat above Labor ............ 13200 with the Clerk of the Circuit I S. L. Lindsay i
: ',.-: and R. U. Durrance: Attorney T. described be and the same is vacated C. L. Trip Court, in and for Okeechobee

Ji I 1.- W. Conely. Jr.. Sheriff N. O. Stewart for taxation purposes and Fuel . ............. 1.00S. County Florida upon receipt of

1: 'I '. and Clerk Mabel Raulexson the tax assessor of Okeechobee C. Paige. the proof of publication of this I. ,
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i i Sheffield. c County Florida is hereby authorized I Fuel . ..'. '.".". 1645 notice the fictitious name to-wit:
and instructed to assess said I Boree Lumber ;
I The report of the Welfare Board I OKEECHOBEE ABSTRACT COMPANY -
for the month of March was presented lands for the year 1947 and subse- Lumber .......... 113.88 under which we are engaged
and ordered filed in the office quent years on an acreage basis. Standard Oil Senr. Sta. in business in the city of

of the Clerk PASSED AND AOPTED in open Fuel . .. ..... ... 8'65O Okeechobee Florida.J. .
I of Circuit Court.
,< : Upon motion by Commissioner session this April 7. A. D. 1947. K. Garage &: Mach. Shop L. BARBER. ANTHONY CASO and SON

C. E. DRAWDY Labor on trucks ...... 602 :MAMIE L. BARBER
Mobley seconded
by Commissioners
Chapman the Board agreed to pay Chairman.The Sherman Concrete Pipe Co. Dated at Okeechobee County, MASON BUILDERSWe

the City of Okeechobee 5000.00 to following vouchers were ap Culverts . .. . 484.20 Florida March 28th 1947. do all kinds of mason work. Blocks, Bricks,

aid in paying their bonded indebt proved and ordered paid Okeechobee Hdw. &: Furn Plastering Fireplace and Built and
Chimneys
's VV V ednesg. Co. Supplies .. . . 5JG2 Columbus discovered It-John
V GENERAL FUND Repaired.NO.
:' The minutes of the meeting held Withholding Tax Fund Lewis took it over to run.

... ,. 1n March were read and approved.. County Salaries.Officers Mar. Payroll. ... $1,02660 I JOB TO BIG OR TOO SMALL

V Upon motion by Commissioner Bessie Alderman T. C. I Our Prices Are Ground Level

... Walker duly seconded by Commis Comm.. Mar. '. ... ... 125.00 I r I II Residence Parrott Avenue Box 715
sioner Durrance Mr. R. W.
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F Robert LaMartin. T. A. I
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: Schwartz request for a quitclaim Comm.. Mar. .. .. 15.00
t ; deed to Lots 546: Blk. Royal
County Welfare Board SHOP AT HOME
t
Oaks Addition to City was granted Relief Allow. Mar. .. 3:>0.00
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because title was previously! '

t vested in the Stale of Florida. Basinger Gro. Mar.School. .Lunch. ... .Room.. 12.50N. / Plumbing and Electrical SuppliesBath
I f. A Petition for restitution oft
O. Stewart Attend. . . .
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r 1 .:.' lands under the provisions of Comm., Mar . .. .. 5.00 Tubs, Kitchen Sinks, Hot Water Heaters
:: House Bill No. 458 of 1945 was filed James Typewriter Co., Ribbonfor And Save Money. We Deliver at No Extra 5-10-15-30 Gallons Capacity.

i -" V by Dozier Smith on the following Odd. Mach. .. .... . 3.00H. 4' Fiber Sewer
_f described land: 1 Cost.WINDOW Pipe, Lighting Fixtures
&: W. B. Drew Co.,
East Half (EH ) of Northwest Supplies. Clerk's Office 174.49Wise's Deep FreezersEBNER'S
f Quarter (NW .4) of Northeast SHADESAll I -
Groc. Store Supplies
I I. (NE%). Section Six (6)). Township f
C. House . .. . 2.75
Thirty-six (36) South Metal Slat Venetian Blinds.
Range Fla. Power Light Co. I 712 Orange Avenue

V Thirty-five (35) East containing Elec. C. House I Jail 43.31 FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
1 '= 26 V4 acres more or less. Upon motion Bishop Office Equip. Co. BED ROOM SUITES. I I

f!.> by Commissioner Mobley duly Supplies C. House ..,. .. 72.27T. .
: seconded by Commissioner Our-
W. Watley Typewriter LIVING ROOM SUITES.
:<: : ranee the above application was .. .
Repairs . .. 26.50
N" .. approved by the following vote
v:;::' YEAS: Drawdy. Durrence. Walker, Inter Co. Tel. Ic TeL Co. SOFA BEDS. IN
BUYING
PROPERTYOil
Tele. Clerk &: Judge .. .. 19.15 I I
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-q-; .: Chapman Mobley.
Okeechobee Bank

-r.f\: _""_ NOT NAYS VOTING: None. : None. Assignment County. .. ... .. 60.00 INNER SPRING MATTRESSES. ; INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE

'1'-'. .' Attest. City C. House of Okeechobee."Jall..o Water 15.50 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD j I SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR HAVE
:{; Mabel Rauierson Sheffield.
V Okee. Hdw. &: Furn. Co. t AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
1V 3-t.:; Clerk Circuit Court. Supplies Jail ........ .. %.50 Phone 115BurneyKelz.

:: :: Upon motion by Commissioner Withholding Tax Fund I
Okeechobee
:::" Chapman,. duly seconded by Com. Taxes Withheld Mar. .. 13.40 . . Abstract CompanyJ.
missioner Mobley Mrs. Bessie Alderman
.- James Typewriter Co. I
.
: L. BARBER
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: was given permission to Manager
Typewriter Repairs .... 1350 !
>_ purchase an adding machine. Co.
.. Okeechobee Hdw. t. Furn Co. j,
:,:; Upon motion of Commissioner
,: Supplies Jail .......... .60
Durrence. seconded by Commissioner
Mabel R. Sheffield Recording ,- j
n Chapman the following Airport Release .... 615 (Formerly Denmarks)
Resolution was adopted:
Dr. Leon Eisenman. AttendIng I itll itllr
WHEREAS The State Road Department Welfare case .. ... 5.00 I WheelAlignment
of Florida has located j
V Standard Oil Senr. Sta. I .
; V and surveyed a portion of State I

.', Road No. 60 (formerly State Road

a -V' 59)). Section 9109. In Okeechobee
nn" '.=n

( 4V 4 County.WHEREAS Florida drainage and ditches

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necessary for said road have been

located across the subdivisions r I i' Wheel alignment is an exact science. Too
Granada Circle New Okeechobee
RevivalAT much or too little "camber"
F. Heights as shown on plat recorded (outward tilt of

V New in Okeechobee Plat Book 1 Heights.at page 34 Section!and front wheels), causes scuffing Action that

: "C2. according to plat recorded InV wears down tire treads rapidly and unevenly.Even .

;. ;L'- County.the public Florida records: ands of Okeechobee THE a wheel that is only 1inch_. out of lineis

WHEREAS. M. it Is necessary literally dragged sideways 87 feet in every

't .t for eald drainage ditches to be Church of GodWm. mile of operation. Let us check
s constructed across plotted streets, your car or

; avenues and'or alleys shown upon truck for misalignment. We have the precis-
i
!said subdivision plats; and W.STANSFIELD------- gelit
I ion equipment and skilled
WHEREAS, the State Road Department front-end mechanicsto

) : V .. having requested the I Beginning SUNDAY NIGHT, APRIL 13th, -7:30: I insure you an expert job. The savings in _
( Board of County Commissioners of

-: ... Okeechobee County to adopt a resolution wear on your tires, steering connections bush-

\ authorizing the State Road SPECIAL FEATURES I
and
ings
bearings will
t : Department to construct and maintain pay the cost of the job

drainage ditches in and many times over.

t "{' across said streets avenues and/ OPEN FOR CALLS Symmetrical Doctrine i

t V or alleys. In accordance with plans WITHGraphoscopical- (Consistent Scripture Harmony) "
for construction on file in the office
NO CHARGE FOR
i ; of the State Road Department CHECK-UP ESTIMATE
i? Sermons The Original Colortone I '
{ and said request having: been con. I'
I ; sidered. Magnified .Scripture DisplaysPlays Colors with Music-by- Inventor) I II

BE IT RESOLVED by the Boardof

County Commissioners of Okeechobee I Elucidated Sermons The Musical Saw !

County Florida that theY (Blackboard Speed Drawings) (20 Years Experience) It
State Road Department be and is I Okeechobee Motor Go.

i hereby authorized to construct i
I r ; ditches across the platted streets Multiscenic Evangelism The English One-String Violin, i ,

t s c ; avenues, and/or alleys shown on Illustrative! Projection) > (Rare and Unusual)

i i said plats of Granada Circle new I J SALES SERVICE

>.' i Okeechobee Height, and New I
i Okeechobee Heights Section "CT WILLIE LYLES Pastor. i U S TIRES

in accordance with construction j ij ii PUROIL.

plans for said road on tile In the i jr "Where Service Is A Fact"

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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ott of Tampa GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK. Mrs. Tom Casey returned to her leteran

Rom where I sitby Joe MarshWeGoMothe were visitors .spending last week. home in Babylon. N. Y. this week The

end here visiting Mrs. Ott's par FRIENDSHIP ater spending three weeks with

ants" )Ir. and :Mrs. L. p. Mercer. A friend should be one in whose her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. CornerTO

understanding and virtue we can Link.

Fish Fry equally confide, and whose opinionwe
Loving In the moonlight may be
can value at once for its justness Susan Hancock daughter of Mr.
more preferable than loving at ALL VETERANS AND
r After All and its sincerity. and Mrs. J. T. Hancock and whoa
sunrise-but. lovin is lovln DEPENDENTS OF DECEASED'VETERANS
Robert Hall. attending Andrew Jackson Hi in

Jacksonville spent the Easter holidays -

That community fish fry was lug covered plates of fish and a OKEECHOBEE NOTICE COCJiTT. FLORIDA Real friendship is a slow grower with her parents. Word has been received that applications

sure a great success. There were pitcher of cool,sparkling beer.And MAKCH 19. 1W7 and never thrives unless engrafted for terminal leave will

plenty of appetizing extras, and we finished them off in front of NOTICED IS HEREBY GIVEN that upon a stock of known and reciprocal April, May seem like June Jo I
Will Dudley did poraoaat to Sertioa 0 *f Chapter not be accepted after September 1,
a right wonder. our own fire. 1S34. Laws of Florida Sets of 1SOJ. merit. some of our bathing beauties.
job of frying the fish-soft known as the UCRFHT ACT. Bad U -Lord Chesterfield.A 1947. So many of the boys who
full flaky inside brown From where I sit, that's one of pursuance of Chapter 2085S.: Laws of served in World War I made the
and crisparound the Florida. Attm of 1MV. known aa the :
things that makes our town NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTEH'SSALS
mistake of waiting too long before f
the edges EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS
friendship that makes the
BO nice a place to live in: a spirit TRICT ACT. the followlnr dMtrtbed :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That seeing about making application !
Bat we didn't get to go. The of share and share alike. That land United la Everglades DrainageDistrict. least noise U very often the most under and b) .nrtae of a decree made
tn Okcechobea County Florida for the bonus which was paid to
miasua.val and entered oa the 231da7 of March. 1
tired after working plate of fish and useful for which reason I should
glass of beer will be offered for sale at pabUe 947. in toe Circuit Court of the Ninth them. Don let this happen to j
In the yard, and we just didn't weren't just great eating, they outcry for the highest and beet rash prefer a prudent friend to a zealous Judicial Circuit. In and for Okeeeho-
bid. subject to the rlrht of the Troa- bee County Florida. In Chancery World War II veteran. Mention 1 1it
want to leave
her. were symbols of the thoughtful. tees of the Internal ImprovementFond one.Addison.Life wherein J. E. WHIDDEN was complainant
Then how did we know the fish cess that makes for better living toners and of the Board of Commla- and RAFFlE WATTS and to everyone you know who may :
of Ererglidea Drainage District -
E. U. WATTS were defendant L the be waiting for some reason or i!
was so good Because the folks to reject anr and an bids at the baa no blessing like a pru- undersigned Special Matter will offer
didn't Coarthooae. bcrtanln at 10-00 for sale and tell at public auction to other. It only takes a few minutesto
forget ns. They sent Skippy 1 oeleek M. list day of April, dent friend.-Euripidea. .
,( n the highest and
Henderson with 80e A. im fi o"e parcels of land beat bidder for cash fill out the application. I will
over two steam la front of the Sooth door of the COBBy -
of ten acres. or more title to onehalfof Pure humanity friendship C08rttao__ IB the town of Okeeehobee. be glad to assist you in filling out
petroleum and three-fonrthi of
County of Okeeehotoee.
other miner:* will be reserved by home the interchange of love ot Florida OB Monday, the 5th and day State efMiy. these applications.

Copwi ltt.1917. United States Kreieers Foundation Trustees Fund. Easements of the Internal for road Improvement right ef bring to earth a foretaste of hea- tale.. A.Day D.of. 1947.Bald the Court.same within brag. the a CARMIL L. BOIL

; way 200 feet wide will be reserved by ven.-Mary Baker Eddy. legal hour .t aale. t-wit: 11 .' ""'k Veterans Service Officer.
aid Trustees from any parcel throughwhich A. )C. and 9 o'clock P. M. all of that
there U an exlttlng: state road: eertaiB
property situate In the Conairof
and easement for drainage and Sweet Is the scene where genial Okeeehobee. State of Florida. sod.i NOTICE"i

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL reclamation be referred and for by read the Board purposesaIll of friendship plays the pleasing gameof more o-wit! particularly; described aa follow. Notice Is hereby given that sealed i

Commissioners of Everglades Drainage interchanging praise,-Oliver I From the :Norlheat Conrer (XE proposals will be received by
Dlitrirt. Wendell Holmes. of Section Four <4> Township Thirtyeight the Board of County CommISsioners p

=DIRECTOR= 11. Blk.DeaeriptJeaiLot 90. City of Okeechobee( Thirty-five(38)(35)South East, of ran Range West of Okeechobee County. Florida I
i iA Lots 1 to 6 Ine. 8. 11. and 12. Blk. 2633,8 feet thence South 0 deffee at the room of said County Com
i It!. City of Okeechobee( Rev. M. M. Martin and S. J. IV East 1190 feet: Owner North missioners at the Courthouse in 1 '
lot 1 Blk. 6. Wright'. First Add. Davis 77 degrees 03: West 612.M feet to
AA A were visitors spending Mon. the City of Okeechobee. Florida
I Lots 7 and S. Elk. 113. City of the point of beginning from the
Okeechobee day afternoon at Fort Pierce. I point of beginning run North 77degreea until 10:00 A. M.. E.S.T. Monday. ,
TItrsTEES or THE INTERNAL 03' \Veat 421.67 feet: thence May 5, 1947. for one Hanger Building -
Immediate Delivery BRING YOUR : IMPROVEMENT FUND Sooth 0 degrees 11' East 1S25.Ofeet I
60- x GO' with one CO x 12'
OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
; thence North "I desires 2T
IDA.EOAED. I NOTICE : I East 427.5 feet thence North 0 clear opening one piece by-fold

automatic oil water heater. OF COMMISSIONERS Notice is hereby given that a... degreea, 11' Wet 1313.00 feet t. the canopy door said building to be of
EVERGLADES
30 gallon Needs DRAIN. point of beginning containing s
structural steel of hot rolled
Electric water Printing AGE DISTRICTBy Bill will be introduced at the 1947 les. IsSection
15, 40 and 52 gallon I 13.41 acre*, more or AU
Maori Raal_... Sheffield. Agt.for 4. Township 33 South, trnctural shapes. Terms of purchase
heaters. Session of the Florida
Traitee of the Internal Legislature I
Range 33 East. will be cash and dtiveryBust
for Board Improvement of Commissionersof Fund and amending Chapter 21434, Laws of I Together with all improvements be made not later than 24
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Humphries Tire & TOOkeechobee Everglade Drainage Dis Florida Acts of I'MI so as to exclude : together thereon.with all and singular the ten weeks after formal order is given.

trict.FlordsNOTICE Okeechobe County. certain lands now embraced : ements. hereditament, and awfrurteaiwea. The County Commissioners rescrvo
thereunto belonging or in anywise the right to reject any or all bids
Co. within the No-Fence area in apparuiuing. nd to waive informalities. -
Appliance News Okeechobee County. Florida.C. T. W. roSEI.Y. Jr.Am "
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OF INTENTION TO Special Master la Chancery "
SELL LAND E. DRAWDY. B. E. HAM KICK. Chairman. ,

FORT PIERCE, FLA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Chairman Board County Solicitor for Complainant. Board County Commissioners '
pursuant to Section 13 (I). Chapter Florida
Okeechobee County
-- .. -- --- itXSS. Laws of Florida. Arts of 1ML Commissioners. ;
and Section C7. Chapter 14717. Lawsof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i
Florida. Acts of 1931. n amended .
by Section 11. Chapter 20CB. Laws of TIlE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IX TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
BURGESSSupply Florida Acts of 1941, and also pursuant NOTICE OF FLORIDA IN AXD
FRESH FISH to Section 42. Chapter 20722, TIlE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1WL as Notice is hereby given that a FOR OKEECHOBEE COUXTY. OF FLORIDA IN AND
amended by Section 19. Chapter 22079:! Bill wilt be introduced at the 1947 IN CHAXCERY. t
Laws of Florida. Act of 1943. andSection FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. .
44. Session of the Florida Legislature SUIT TO QUIET TITLE -
Shrimp & OystersDRESSED Co.FEEDGRAINHAY Chapter 20722. Laws of IN CIIAXCERY. I
Florida. Acts of 1941. as amended by authorizing the Board of County SARAH S. SWEATT andA.
-ctlon 21. Chapter "079. Laws of SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
WHILE YOU WAIT Florida. Acts of 1W3. the following Commissioners and Clerk of Circuit SWEATT. her husband. Case No. 1017
described lands In Okeechobee County, Plaintiffs
Florida to-wit: Court of Okeechobee County. N. E. MIXON. t

FRESH DAILY Lor 10 & 12.: Blk. 90 City of Okee.chobee Florida to cancel and destroy all vs.HARVEY Plaintiffe.
C. WHEELER and .
BABY CHICKS Lot 142. Blk. 33. City of Okee. Bonds or other obligations of said MARGIE FITZGERALD. EMMA A. GESSNER and PETER
EastsideFishMkt ehobee
x which have .
County been acceptedin Defendants
Lots 1 to 6 Ine. Blk. :14, City of GESSNER. her husband et at
Tues. and Fri.FOR OkeechobeeLot payment of taxes.C. ORDER TO APPEAR DefendantsORDER
- Just Across R. R Tracks from 10. Blk. B. Wright & Bass SJ E. DRAWDY THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO APPEAR
Hargravea Grocery Lots 7. 9. and 10 Blk. p:. City of To Harvey C. Wheeler and Mrs.
OkeechobeeIx Chairman Board of County TilE STATE OF FLORIDA:
----..- 1 tn 11 Inc. Blk. 40. Woodland Harvey C. Wheeler alive Margie To Emma A. Gessner and Peter

I'ark Add. Commissioners. Fitzgerald and her husband if Gesener if alive, and if dead to t
Lots 2 & 3. Blk. 7. Wright's First
alive and if such are
Add. persons their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees

See Phone U S Tires Lots 8 to 12 111. Elk. 79. City of dead to their unknown heirs devisees or grantees and to the !
or Okeechobee:: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR legatees or grantees: and unknown heirs, devisees legatees +
Lots 1 to 0 inc. and 9 to 12 IDC. Blk. r
Furoil Product TAX DEED to all persons having or claiming or grantees of F. W. Austin and "
113. City of Okeechobee
Notien! is hereby given that K. L.
Ferd Parts- late 1 and 2. Blk. 203. First Add.to WORTH the holder of the following an Interest in the following Mrs. F. W. Austin both deceased;
(!Oktrclpbr* JCcfos City of OkeechobeeLots certificate has filed said certificate described lands situate lying and and to all persons having or claim I
Service 2 to 4 inc. Blk. 253. First Add. for a tan:: deed to be issued thereon and being In the County ol Okee- ing an interest in the following
to City of Okeechobeewill The
certificate numbers and year ofh.eaaBf'eo
SEE be offered for sale at pnolle .,.t- the description of the property chubee State of Florida. to-wit: described lands situate lying and t
for ery for the highest and beet nail bid. and the names la which it was Lots 1, S, 9 end 10, Block is!. and being in the County of Okee
OKEECHOBEEMOTOR subject to the right of the Board of S8i-M d are as follow: Town of OkeeclH>bee. accordingto I
chobee. State of Florida to-wit: '
Commissioners of Everglades Drainage Certificate
No. 7364. Year of Issuance
CO. District and/or Board of County 1933. plat thereof recorded in the Lots 4, 5. and 6 of Block 175. \
Commissioners! of Okeecbobee County. DewrrtpHna .f property public records of St. Lucie City of, Okeechobee accordingto
PRINTINGPHILCO SALES SERVICE Florida to reject any and all bids Lots
13 and 12. Block IT. Okeeeho- County. Florida.
plat filed in the office of
at the POBOX 471 PHONE 44 < A. )[..on the list day of April. :Name In which assessed K. L. Worth. GREEtING: the Clerk of Circuit Court of
1947. Easement for drainage and reclamation All of said property being In the Sarah S. Sweatt and A. Sweatt St. Luele County. Florida.
and road purposes will be County. of Okeechobee State of '.'.Florida. her husband having filed In this GREETING:

reserved.BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF {'n1e such certificate or certificate Court their sworn Bill cf Complaint N. E. MUon. having filed in this
EVERGLADES DRAIN. shall be redeemed according to law. in this suit the nature and Court his sworn Bill of Complaint

Burney Kelz AGE DISTRICTand the property or certificate described will tn be inch old certificate to- purpose of which is to determinethe in this suit the nature and purpose -

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the hlKtieit bidder at the courthouse title of the Plaintiffs to the of which is to determine the
Formerly OF OKEECUO- door on. the first HOlIday In the monthof land hereinabove described to be a title of the Plaintiff to the land
BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA. Slav 1947, which is the 5th day of good and sufficient absolute fee
Br Mabel Raaleroon Sheffield May. 19.17. hereinabove described to be a
Denmark's Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dated this list day of Uarch. 1947. simple title. to have all claims and good and sufficient absolute fee
AUTHORIZED Okeechobee County. Florida, (SEAL) Mabel Ranierson Sheffield. interests of the Defendants 4 eachof simple title to have all claims and
as agent for said Boards. Clerk: ef Circuit Court of
By Connie W. Rsaterson. Okeechohee Coantv. Florida. them in and to said land passed interests of the efendants and each

SERVICE Complete Home Oatfittera Deputy Clerk By Connie W. Kaulersoa. D. C. upon and determined. to remove of them in and to said land passed

clouds upon the Plaintiffs' title upon and determined. to remove

to said land. to quiet and confirm clouds upon the Plaintiff title

Phone 11$ J. E. COB, Mgr. the Plaintiffs' title thereto and In to said land to quiet and confirmthe

ULMER EZELL which Bill of Complaint the Plaintiffs Plaintiffs title thereto, and In

SALE state that they believe there which Bill of Complaint the Plaintiff

are persons interested in the land states that be believes there

herein Involved and hereinabove are persons Interested in the land

described and having named therein herein Involved and hereinabove

certain persons as known by described and having named therein -
ARMY BUILDINGSPREFABRICATEDOVERALL
SURPLUS name to them, the said Plaintiffs certain persons as known byname
East SidePackage
OKEECHOBEELIQUOR But aa not known by tbem, the to blot the said Plaintiff,
whether said but as not known by him. the eald

said Plaintiffs persons
STORE Plaintiff whether said persons are
dead alive and be-
StoreLiquors are or aa
dead or alive and as believed by
lieved by them the said Plaintiffs him. the said Plaintiff if living

Only Bar I. T.wm if living to be interested in the to be interested in the propertyand

Wine Cordials property and premises herein involved premises herein Involved and

and hereinabove described lereinabove described and if
deadto have been interested
PHONE 34 EAST OKEECHOBEE and. If dead to have been Interested therein
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Seward Swain STATE ROAD NO. 8 Y j d v' r therein; And having made all persons

PHONE 103.1 1uZb: And having made all persona having or claiming any Interest In
-1'T : 0 having or claiming any Interest in the above described land parties

the above described land parties defendant to the said Bill of Complaint .

defendant to the said Bill of Complaint :

: And having demanded from

Atlantic Service Sta. O. K. GARAGE And having demanded from the Clerk of Circuit Court in and

& MACHINE SER. the Clerk of Circuit Court In and for Okeechobee County. Florida
Paul D. Bobbins Owner for Okeechobee County Florida the making: of an order requiringsuch

Wrecker Service DODGE a PLYMOUTH the making of an order requiring persons and parties to appearto

Sales & Service SIZE: 16x16 ft. such persons and parties to appearto his said Bill of Complaint

24 Hours a Day %4-.... Wrecte Servte* their said' Bill of Complaint upon a day not less than twenty- 1
EX1DE BATTERIESLEE Knock.Dow", in 10 Easy.t -Assemble Sections. upon a day not less than twenty- eight days nor more than sixty {
Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 133Danlop
eight day nor more than sixty days from the date of the makingof t
TIRESGASOILGRE.'SL G Tire &. Tutee Sturdy built of good grade pine lumber. WALLS: days from the date of the makingof said order: .

Cen Electric Appliance said order: IT IS, THEREFORE. ORDEREDthat
raft-
HIP ROOF 2x4
Drop siding : Shiplap on I
TWIN OAKSAll IT IS THEREFORE, ORDEREDthat each and every the Defendants -
CafeOj1EECHOBEZ Storea. Refrigerators Water ers, covered with 90 lb. slate roofing. FLOORS: each and every the Defendant above named designated

Night Beatcra above named designated and specified are hereby requiredto
windows.
On 4x6 sills. Included 6 casement
FLA. "We Service Them AH*" ; and specified are hereby required appear herein to the PlaintiffsBill f

(screens and shutters) and screen door. to appear herein to the Plaintiffs' of Complaint herein filed OB : ,

Bill of Complaint herein filed. on the 30 day of April, A D. 1947.

We Arrange Delivery to Your Site. the SO day of- April. A. D. 1947. and that-this order be published fIn
ALTO WATFORD & sos and that this order be publishedIn the Okeechobee News a newspaper f
the Okeeehobe News a newspaper circulation published :
of general
North ParkPackage Gulf StationThat $S195.00 of general circulation Floe published In Okeechobee County. Florida .

Okeechobee County,
In once a week for four consecutive -
Good Calf Gas. week for four consecutive
Store loaded on truck Ida. once a weeksWITNESS %
GULF PRIDE OIL weeks. my band as Clerk and
SEE WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the Seal of said Court this 26th.
Seal of said Court this 27th. at Okeeebobee.
m... Cordials the day of March A. D. 1947.
LJ4..ra March. A. D. 1947. at Oke- State
ALTO'SHOTEL day of In the County and
Door Te AllSlattern Night MAJOR AMMON McCLELLANA ehobee. In the County and State aforesaid.
Nut
Chamber of Commerce: Office.for aforesaid. Mabel Raulerson Sheffield
Mabel Ranleraon Sheffield. '
Circuit Court
la The Heart Of TWB :-- Circuit Court.Obechobee Clerk.
Clerk. Okeechobee County, FU.Br .
PHONE 15* Weekly er Dally Bate County FU. Connie W "A HOME AHURRYH" .0
(Circuit Court Seal) (Circuit Court S *1K* -

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WASHINGTON.-Scnool teachers

have gone on strike in Buffalo St
Radio is to have a czar. A sort of
I 1, Paul and several other cities with
: ; more strikes brewing elsewhere. Judge Landis with time signals.
,. And cash prizes.
maybe
: ; But the new congress has failed a'L
> even to consider the fact that janitors ---

I 'IJI"t': and charwomen in many cities Broadcasters advertisers and Industry -
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are paid more than the teachers have formed a Joint committee -

1-' responsible for training the next. to eliminate radio evils. It has

{: ":;: :{f generation for an atomic age. been decided to name a head man
:p Several bills providing federal ILi to clean things up. His first test will

t'I funds salaries : ";' be to he can start functioning
to increase teachers' prove
'. COURT NAMES HIM M. E.
,: -. ,.: have been introduced-perhaps the : Thompson Georgia's former lieutenant without a commercial.
; .: best and simplest being that of Ver governor, as he received ---

I \ '., mont's outstanding GOP senator. .' the telephoned news that the Supreme "Radio today is far from perfect -
,i .- J Aiken. Others have been "
I I George court of Georgia had ruled syaa one committeemaa.
1;!'t.' written by Democrats Green and ;, / This Is the understatement of the
In his favor In the governorship
ir ; McGrath of Rhode Island and Me- generation.Any .
hearing. He win be governor until
; Carran of Nevada and Republican ---
next election.
A. k
Taft ,of Ohio. On the house side I and every Industry has some

Democrat Pace of Georgia and Republican '''., ;' faults. But radio is the only one that
Welch of California have ;;
has subsidized and glamorized them.
entered bills, in addition to a drop- ) 1V" ., The things that annoyed the publicin

In-the bucket bill by Rep. Sterling ., ,..., 1925 are still annoying it. but over rta

Cole of New York. and cash
I more networks with more
.. But the GOP leadership apparently prizes between exasperating mo

If thinks that the labor ments.It .

i situation-even though we have GRANDMOTHER A STOWAWAY Mrs. Grace Albanese, Italian- --- 4 :r

no major strikes-is more an American wife of a Bronx, N. Y.. grocer as she arrived aboard the seems to have been the Idea of

emergency than Insuring the army-operated American liner Marine Perch-* stowaway. Mrs. the sponsor and the advertising ,
uninterrupted education of theDation' sailed to last November to visit
Albanese Italy her failing mother and agent that a commercial Isn't adequate 573INSPIRATION
children. her married son.Tony,a sailor who won a Silver Star In action. Stranded unless It makes the ultimate
I In both the house and the senate after four months she walked aboard the Marine Perch in Genoa. consumer writhe.

education and labor legislation are The adventurous grandmother arrived wearing a navy jacket on which for kitchen and
handled by the same committees she sewed her navy son's service Insignia. Done in two
and the two chairmen-Taft of Ohio Study the commercial of 1925 and shades of one color. 5-to-the-inch

I and Hartley of New Jerseyhavenot of 1947 and you will come to the cross-stitch looks like gingham ap

bestirred themselves about education conclusion that it has merely grown plique.

i even though'Taft does have longer. And. worst of all. developed .

his name on two bills relating to the a particularly annoying technique These fruits make bright and fascinating
matter. through which the fellow spoutingthe simple stitchery. Pattern 573 has
-1--- transfer of 12 moats from Hi by 2 toG
Taft has appointed Aiken chairman commercial leaps into the act ',k by 7Ji inches.
,t of a subcommittee to handle before the entertainer has fully

I education. But because the full committee finished. Sewing Circle Neetftecratt Dei*.
2 SMALLEST CAMERA Built Sal W. Rudolph 8C Chicago 55,111.
is heading into weeks of -
y and designed for use by OSS Enclose 20 cents for pattern.
wrangling over labor laws Aiken x The radio man crashes In to
agents and underground forces !IoNam'
probably can't schedule bearings praise a washing powder so swiftly
; 9- during World War this
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.. before ApriL A subcommittee has tiny"M.8" be telescopes the news broadcaster. "
been appointed on the house side;- ', camera, no larger than Its The soloist doesn't finish her final Addre--

but no hearings 'are scheduled. namesake the market., a matchbox now on note before the guy with the toothpaste

spiel whams in from a running -

; MISSISSIPPI. N. Y. TEACHERS start. Roulette Wheels Banned in

Never before has the federal -

f government made a regular appro- How about some listeners on that Rome; Gllinea-PigT'par OK

: -- priat on for educational expenses. board including some top showmen

I E However Senator Aiken points out a couple of family people and the The recent edict by the police of

i that 60 per cent of all Americans guy who just split his radio Into Rome banning roulette wheels and

3 today are living in states other than pieces with a hatchet? gaming boards has not affected

i those in which they were educated. jk several games of "guinea-pig rou

1- proving that education is an interstate lette" that have since been operat-
Your America and Mine
'f" or national problem. yea a $. ing In public squares says Col- '-:
Aiken further points out that educational lier's. _
I : standards vary so widely Squddyhunk Creek. The Box Sixteen hutches are arranged in

I $t. that in Mississippi the average expenditure Wintergreens have separated. Mrs. a circle with their trap doors facing -
U. N. RULE FOB JAPAN Turn the problem of occupation of
Wintergreen chosen
pupil in 1944 was queen on inward and the animal is .
per per year re-
Japan over to the United Nations Is the advice that Gen. Douglas
the Queen for radio
'' Day
was only $42-25. while the average a program leased in the center after the play
MacArthur recently gave the world. He Is shown with Ambassador
t In New York state was 18512. His recently and never got back to ers have placed their bet on the
Paul V. McNntt, who visited Tokyo recently.
bill would insure expenditure of at earth says Bo%. box they hope he will enter-and

least $100 per pupil per year In "" ... i ,, ::;<. =" '. .-1, ",q --- double their money.
each state. "Dopey" Cllnghammer. who has

Chief opposition to such a bill always been a town problem, even
Is from southern senators who Wr ; more so-since he got married. Is

fear It might require their laughing at folks who had said he

states to spend "too mach" on would never get anywhere. He woa

Negro schools. For the bill specifies darn ayF a 10-room house completely' furnished -

that the $100 average for DEFENDS JAPS Bliss Eleanor and $5,000 cash the other

'. each pupil must be maintained C. Goode, New York City the night by giving Napoleon's first

h for each school district. gat ; first woman to appear before the name and telling why he preferred
Aiken's committee on expenditures ''6sSd 8th army tribunal as defense counsel : Tixzle-Wlzale Toaatles.

in the executive departments for aa accused Jap war criminal. ---

1 plans hearings on a bill by Taft and Is shown In court. Her client
Bing Boggs had a windfall this
Senator Fulbright of Arkansas callIng Is charged with brutal treatmentof
Canadians. week. His pa died and left him a
for establishment of a new cabi-
bog
net post-secretary of health wel- -
fare and education. While Aiken is Fresh Apple in Bran
aft CAN YOU REMEMBERAwj -
anxious to proceed with this bill he
is more anxious to see increased buck when the major sat.* Muffins" Wonderful!
teachers' salaries. mobile contptrtttt tu to it that tbruitomtrt .
I K a} could get II" ttitntttl I part
prt vibtn nettled? MJUI TOM ff 1M HO TWO

a GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY BOGS ..aS --- Crunchy. toasted KeHoggS ADBran&Dei
Whether he intended it fresh apple taste just dreamy
or not
When could
the landlord
you scan 2
a
'a
President Truman's trip to Mexico into planting tbt boast sod fixing tbt shorteningAffilBna

1 did more for the lagging good neigh- roof by tbrtctenmg to move, Kcupsugar H cop milk ,.
? bor policy than anything since S I egg i cupsiftedflour
V cup grated '
Franklin Roosevelt's time. 2% teaspoons
raw apple hair<
Thanks to the astute backstage EPITAPH < powder

guidance of Sumner Welles. Roosevelt Here lies Joe Zilch Blend % teaspoon salt
built our friendship On slopes: shortening and sugar. Add egg:
up with ; grassy beat welL Stir in apple KeltogT*
Latin America. He made a special spa He's through with taxes AU-Bran. and ID11Jt. Let soak until

pilgrimage to Buenos Aires and Now be hopes I wt of moisture it taken up. Add
Montevideo. and frequently cruised < sifted dry Ingredients to first mixture. :
Bur only until flour
d2saP earL Fifl
i. through the Caribbean touching at greased muffin pan two-thirds lull.
Ecuadorean and Central American United Nations expects to havetiie Bake la moderate oven FJ
i cities: also visited Mexico and first unit of its New York home about 30 minutes. Makes 11 muffins.

i acted as host to many Latin American r; : erected by November of next year You'll want to make them often. -

presidents.With s2. We hope the, world will last that J Co4 ''..
ll AJi-Bna i.
Welles' exit from the state long. I I.d.. from th.
NEW GOVERNOR Oscar .
department much of | VITAL OUTERi
this came to 'r RED CROSS IN FINLAND: The Timonen family, shown above. Rennebohm as he was sworn In L4YEBS of fiiurt
an end. So also has ended We hear that when "Baba" Hu'
the eco- formerly of SnojarnI India, Is among 450,000 Finnish evacuees from as governor of Wisconsin. The newexecutive I wbsat..s.l
nomie cooperation given ton hears the question "What is the i4ikURARl
Latin '
: the Baltic province which now forms part of Russia. The American former lieutenant governor
American neighbors. name please?" she now has to
Red Cross, whose relief program to Finland has counted heavily during replaces Walter Goodlaad consult
Regarding this. Latin the record.
Americans the cold winter months of the past two years In alleviating who died at the age of S3. Renne- ----
have been '
especially bitter. They the needs of the nation, is taking care of families like the Tlmonens bohm says he will follow the polices Prolonged
f complain that whereas "Gen. Eisenhower is in fine fettle. Relief
during the '
with warm clothing such as the boy's pajamas-his first. of Goodland.
P, : war they sold raw materials to the I He played nine holes of golf SundayIn So Much Quicker

United States at stabilized prices. ....... 48."-News Item. lor so-c.lled

foregoing any war profits they now : ---

t'' cannot buy goods in the U. S. A. r Well that score for nine means KIDNEY SUFFERERS .

When they attempt to purchase t close to 100 for 18 boles and we refuse ImUUd bladder finn *toot abmuh *
here they find that European countries e to think this is Ike's game. Anybody largely ntpommtAf for badcerhm TkxnuiM.BCTMuBulaateolx .
: f a..nw.tPr t '.wp.a-tac J d-
have ap.-I -
a priority. We
pay more who saw him go from the Brittany auJl.oral, rahvniwdvwftv. .
attention to Greece, they complain. e for : coast to Berlin in :
par or better witch to .
FoUy(u. B wkaau2irtpSl]
than to neighbors close at borne- x knows he must be playing the Chevy >-. they --. &. MtomTtm. fiat
neighbors which are much more important aal Chase with nioM impert-s.they aftv*powfw BwivtiW
course a niblick and "" aetoo tart
.
to Arwfiv( ana, biridhut..- ,
our long-range welfare. putter. ?mewThu makes quaker,larger-Iastier
r What Latin American diplomats fc (j A k drnuat ff'r f oUy II.le- yo.YOL .
Tit t'
t hope is that in addition to good-wil1 It looks more and more aa If the i $ urt 5rv ; .rt;oda. **"J''' DOWUEr.
i tours the U. S. A. now win loosen
next atomic war could come la
up economically They want to k-
not beg but they can't even do buy.the a: midst. of of atomic the arguments bombs In ever the next these ***************

former.

: war. j YOUR E
; MEBRY-GO-KOrND E
3 Ie HORSES AND HOLLYWOOD o jG
} J. Edgar Hoover has locked in IY
Even raee horses to
go Hollywood Q
j FBI files several sensational stones ,
now to get into the big money
on big city corruption showing
how
The other day Louis B.
i ; Mayer famous
certain city bosses are tied up with
movie mogul put his skinners
e f Unfortunately this is
crime. beyond
i ,
up at public auction and they
i Hoover's bailiwick, so he proposed
brought over a million and a half
,' a sensational educational movie to WIN THEIR OSCARS Photo shows the big four winners la the< 2.bCONGRATULATIONS dollars. And that even In
: Holly
fi :, 20th Centur7 Fox based on his nles.t 19th annual academy award program at Los Angeles. Left to right: wood. Is bay.MUTUAL .
.
.: Cautious 20th Century Fox turned Ana Baxter, winner of award for best supporting actress of the year; Kenneth .

-s him down. General Eisenhower Sam Goldwya, winner of the Irving Thalberg' award for outstanding: Spencer <, offers Us congratulations EXCHANGE AT MOSCOW 0

t f;, has ordered the bodies of all American picture of the year The Best Years of Our Lives": Olivia de Havil- to "Black*** of Toka- U yea trust me

soldiers buried In the China land winner of the Oscar far the best actress of the year, and Harold den,** winner IB male collie class Like I toast

theater to :be collected and shipped Russell handless veteran ta The Beat Years of Oar Lives. woo at Valley View Park Country dab, Wen still be here yea lq sayt GS -

home. '" the award for the best supporting actor and a special Oscar. Sherman Oaks. Calif. la fifty-two. -- ."

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BY 7f Mc. 1Ji4'1 -:- LESSONBY -:-
the. how of it all. ,.

QICE HAROLD L. LCJTDQC1ST D. D Dow t. too tart ./ ,_II. .
Wes Richard eFarUae disappear beating lilting'happil)', because she be shipped out and it would'an end Of The Moody Bible Institute of CbieUCLReleased .: Off of she most emlisbtfmtug
dariac World War I. fee left Us wife by Western Newspaper Union.
and needn't know. She doteson
was so terribly in love. Mother
ctnenti mt is 11111I his
citrus crop took quite a Jane, to raise their twe caiUrea with mse tea
Spang her hat back."Can't Ric and I couldn't bear to
pushed big so.
,shellacking from the rather the aid of her IACJaer.la-law. Joha L oie onm9s art not+lu*ji vtfilb-

rough winter that assaulted Florida MerarUa. After a laps ef 25 yean, see your eyes." hurt and worry her. when perhapsit Lesson for April 13 bU. ': ,

this season. This with BO word as U whether Richard is His own were deep and warm and was Just a temporary foll)'. ,
was practically A maiden's best dress is bash- .
the dead or alive Julia ls beset with aew smiling at her. His head bent close. "Ric won't be shipped out for a .
same winter that almost subjects and Scripture texts selected fulness.
wrecked England and worries whea BJe. sow 27. and serrtac Was he keeping his feelings sternly mcpth, at least No, more quotas Lesson and copyrighted by International I
Europe and
was none too soft the la World War U. shows obvlou lips ; controlled because, as Julia had coming up. But when he gets into Council of.Religious Education, used bypermission. This is a life of giving and t
on South the of
Southwest laheritinc: his father's recklessness, said he had nothing to offer a woman officers training he won't have anytime getting, but the element of giving j
and the Middle West In ad "
gin
2*. fans Ia love with Ueax. "
the U. S. A.. But for all of that the Spine Gordon. liD learns from Spaa but uncertainty or dread or for foolishness. THE KINGDOM ESTABLISHED comes first. !
grief Couldn't he see that nothing "Let's walk all the way, shall we?
pennant crop in Florida Is lookingto that ale Is payiag atteatioa to a divorce When she had passed it ,
"
one of its of qaesUonabla character and mattered, not the future for what Or are you awfully tired? S 11:
1.
biggest ,ea1'l. LESSON TEXT I Samuel 9 ; seemed like the ceasing of ex- i
goes to camp to InveiUrate. ale tens was a future if you had a lovely "No. I like walking. I'm glad you 1S1. 22.IS, 34 35.
If 12. U:
music.-Longfellow.
recall the site
you facts the Cardinal her ho U .. doty and aaabte to see present to remember when it came? came down JilL" Spang gath- MEMORY SELECTION-Blessed Is the qu

*, who trained at St Petersburg her. However she meets :pug again Now she had to keep her eyes ered her arm closer, "Because I nation whose God Is the Lord Psalm 33:

and the Red Sox. at UM Officers' club.CHAPTER cool into be rye asked 12- .
because leaving
Spang was looking may soon ---- --- -- ----

who trained at Sar- them but what if all the aching for my transfer to active duty I in the -
asota. won the two into don't like this desk stuff" A major crisis had come
hunger in her heart welled up CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
} VII left themin
1
major pennants a raag '"Soon*" history of Israel when. we
'
a them, naive and naked and deins Jill repeated in a small

year ago. In the n .- "On Saturday less. for him to see? So she .a&. thin voice. "How soon'" our study of January.March
American night you can see ready to change
league # 1946. They were
f ? every officer in this place the quickly "It's so warm in here flitpractically "We never know in this army
except
They no
Florida trained 7# of government
their form
But older do what ran
swooning. Let's get an man can
who
teams the Red poor Every guys single get stuck with" Lieutenant duty. something cool to drink shall we?" doing here and things are shapingup longer- wanted God to rule them BUSINESS & LWEST. OPPER.
one. anyway representatives .
Sox. Tigers and Stark ''1 doubt if we can find a table. fast I want to be in on them." directly through his AGENTS lt* PROFIT
said half
"and about the
Yankees ran 1-2-3. but wanted a king like other Selling magic needle threader*. 50 for S3.
"You want to 1i1t""rm ,
led her mean
married men." But we can trSpang you Buy on sight lOc Money back guarantee
In the National a tier Jig And our air nations round about them. Wr-te-free samole. Quantity discounts.

league they ran 1-2. "Even Old Cyanide." Lieutenant force is getting to be a magnificent God acceded to their request and { E.Z.c.-CO.-.-4iA Gihas- -St-..Re..-..&-.,.N.Y.

According to Al Crawford put in. "He's over thing and I want to be a part of it instructed his servant Samuel to i OPERATE PROFITABLE
Lang who there by the window polluting! the they began f MAIL ORDER BUSINESS
and
was CrantU 111 have to get back into trainIngI anoint Saul as king Splendid opportunity for details write.
bringing teams to atmosphere." want to learn to handle heavy that period In their history whichled Gee.Raiatevlth.. lit,Fairee.t. w.Vs.

Florida when Connie Mack was a Jill followed the movement of stuff. to their ultimate captivity and i

rookie. It _will be the same this Spangs eyes and saw a tall captain "I suppose it has to be that way. disgrace. We shall study together i HELP 'TED-1\IEN., WOMEN

I season. sitting alone. He had reddish hair rn miss you. Spang. I hope you'll during the next three months the i THOUSANDS OF SUMMER JOBS '
list
hotels
135 nationwide summer resort
"Red Scat Tigers and Yankeeswill turning gray, a leathery skin, cold miss me a little." facts and factors involved in the d. Experienced and Inexperienced help

run 1-2-3 again." Al tells you. blue eyes and a grim mouth under Spang cleared his throat "I'U rise and fall of the nation of Israel. lured now Where every year to apply Be smart only al get P-P your Glean lob

"The Cardinals will prove once a stiff, clipped mustache. miss you like the devil But this Our lesson concerns their first BUnA. til Wet Ave.. Miami Beach Fla. F

more that St Petersburg is the best "Go easy, Joe. the enemy is listening mess win be over sometime a yearor king. Saul the son of Kish. who N

training spot on what Is left of this ." Stark warned. two. I hope. Jill-wait a min- promised to be a great and good : HOME FURNISHINGS & APP!.!.

globe. Florida stands pat This state "You mean that captain? Who is ute. ," They were on a dimly king but who failed through disobedience II FOt S*. WE SEND COMPLETE PARTSto
Make Beautiful Table Lamp
anyaean
will dominate the two leagues and he'" Jill asked. i lighted street a shabby street assemble Only, screwdriver required.

we'll still have a few oranges, "His name is Mackey. Stark t I where a tall billboard made a dark L Saul-a Choice Man and God- IOVK1CK CO. tar EL ink Sl. New York.

grapefruit tangerines strawberriesand said in a low voice. rectangle of shadow. Spang drew Chosen King (9:1. 2; 15:1)_

what not left over." her back further into the shadow. be far on the I INSTRUCTION
'The boys can him Old Cyanide To begin well is to
bent her held back and kissed bet BOOKKEEPING course to ten easy to .
of
Lang still figures the Yankees Spang explained, "because he hasa road to success. Here was a man learn lessons,with illustrated Book-Forms.
would have done much better if corrosive tongue and you need a swiftly oc the lips. "Keep that for excellent quality "a choice youngman I by expert Bookkeeper. Only *l postpaid
me till I come back. be said husk L. CATES Belt 2153 Miaad Fla.MISCELLANEOUS .
they had come direct to St Petersburg gas-mask when he turns loose a and a goodJT'-1n tact there

in place of using up their early barrage of language on you." I ily."I was not among his people one who

training days in Puerto Rico and "Old Craw will! Jill whispered, quiver- surpassed him. What a splendid rec-
army man. supplied
ing with breathless happiness from at MsscUe suitable
GeT'r Baas new
other Latin American countries. I
the prospectiveruler
ford. "Efficient hall and Just as ommendation for Size
school
as head to foot "Oh. Spang. I will!" lor campers scouts
agree with him. The main reason I popular. He was a major before IHis 12x13 with compartments aDd sholdler1m

for a big league team coming southor Pearl Harbor over in the Islands, They were silent aU the way backto physical appearance was also straps.send Send$150 s1.oo for postpaid and pay.c= $1.50nr Gar.
r the hotel but Jill's blood was a a MerckmaeJse. Bes I. Aaais&e. Ala.
heading westward is conditionnot and they busted him after December attractive. That is not as great

exhibition games. The main seventh. Naturally he's sore tumult a singing This was it! factor in success as some think. but PILE TEX draws ..t Bareness, shrinks

Idea is to build up legs and arms to and he takes it out on anybody who I + "This was real. He did care. It was It does have ,a bearing on a man'sinfluence I! and applicator heals piles.sent Guaranteed P P SI,' c.o.d.1 ox.bouJo tube sl and 30.
in the pressure of bus fingers on BRACG'S P LAS .
develop wind to get ready for tfie gets within ten feet of him." over others Write .
Mltklraa
154 games that wait on beyond the her arm. in his eyes as they came Most Important of alp. this man Msateo JO.
"He looks lonely Jill said "He into the lighted lobby in his
uncer-
middle of April. You get that on turf Saul was the one whom not only
seems to have collected a few dec- tain smile as he prodded the elevator PERSONAL
and sod not in the air or travelingon the people but also the Lord badchosen.

trains. The Yankees were far orations. button. The Lord sent Samuel YOU TOO CAN BE HAPPY Write as

ahead of the? Cardinals this time last "Battle stuff." Spang said. "Last "You'll call me tomorrow morn (15:1) to anoint Saul as king and sonal Your Advice"S war" ing? m ?" COLRMIEk. Lafayette Laststaaa.
spring see you again to give him the key to success as

"He'd be handsome if be didn't Not too eagerly Slow. Jill Mc- ruler-obedience to the voice of

In Shape Too Early have such a bitter face" Jill Farlanel God. I SEEDS PLANTS. ETC.

mused. "He does have a very 'Do my best," he said." and and God- NIPPER'S New lavCBtton against toraat
'T are a full month past us." I IL Saul-an Obedient blisht. For many years I have been experimenting
fly flicked little salute her the
smart military air.' a at as ,
against tomato blicht. 1 have
Blessed King (II:!%. 13). .
Eddie Dyer told me. elevator door opened and he turned f oun d the remedy. tanato her
The three simultaneously of .rc=
young men -. The attitude of a man toward his been perfecto clear blight last
But the Cardinals were 20 games mapped their shoulders back away two years. when DelJrhDf'u and_tire eommunio -
enemies is often the test of his lost their toenate.s from blight I
ahead of the Yankees in late Sep Jill groped into the elevator.
and straightened their ties, then hatred revenge advertise iD I: newspapers. inviting people
tember. Ball players I meet around laughed "There was a girl with hair likeyours Through the rose-colored fog that character. Bitterness to cane to see ID3' tomato erop. I can give

here don't figure the Yankees can together. and her' name was Julia enveloped her she was aware of or veiled hostility with a names foa check te Umont will send ls. Upon, receipt ef In SI
"Get hold of yourself Joe. shewasn't he said. of ultimate destruction v.nUon Tomato Blight and Tomato
Against
come close to the Red Sox. who are too. some one else standing there. That purpose
even looking at of Growers Guide Ref. lat Nat. Bank.
picked again
_' Jump due to saner training meth- "Suppose I have to break my back into the dim room where heads "Old Cyanide." He was looking at men toward them who oppose Bea spa Cedar 81._. Va.

.;-': ods. At least partly. Not entirely. neck now to get to be a captain." leaned close in every space. her keenly, and when she stoppedat them. Okla.Certified Black Diamond Watermelcei
They were nice lads with their She clutched his arm suddenly. Saul who was not essentially dif seed. Also notv-Certifled. Writ or wire. t
The Red Sox also have much the her floor he got out too and as alaaJey. C.pp.ek. **" CUo Ssriats. CUa
better ban club no matter where sunburned good-natured faces and There. In a booth his dark handsome she turned to go down the corridor ferent in his own spirit (as we shall

-> the training site. the stark white breadth of fore- head leaned close to a curled he said, "Miss McFarlane see later), was a man after God's

-; "Bow can anyone ten about the head that marked the line of their and sflvered blonde was Rid Jill stopped puzzled. own heart in his early reign for he ** **** * * *

"'j Yankees. one veteran said. "Who garrison caps. Jill laughed with Spang had seen him. too. His "You are Miss McFarlane. aren't was obedient to the Lord.
" them waited while they wrangled he took her Some "worthless fellows" despised
and arm
!,< could have told you 10 or 11 of their face darkened you? JILL.&AL fJW.ufnwtLJdL
- '; best hitters would fall off 30, 40 or 50 amiably over the check. to lead her past but Jill tingled and "Yes. I am Julia McFarlane." Saul and refused to recognize

::Ji."1 points Who can say how many of Spang' said "Take off you fel- stiffened with sudden anger. She "I am Roger Macke). Pardon him as king. The urge of the fleshto fJj.o.uJt..3JduAJJ.tf1uq.Us.

-/':; these win bound back to where they lows. rye got a date with JilL You marched directly up to the startled me for speaking to you but Ponce destroy them was aggravated by

,;-st used to be? Who can tell you how really didn't want to catch that bus. pair and instantly Ric leaped up had some friends named McFarlanein their own unworthiness. Some fond

-\ good Joe DiMaggio. the big man on did you, Jill?" and stood stiffly, until Spang madea Tennessee." wanted to put them to death for Saautga,
a muttered the king but Saul
and to
., _- the club will be? Their pitching was "It isn't terribly important," she little gesture their disloyalty

pretty good last year It was their admitted smiling at him. You love something.The Captain Mackey In true kingly spirit: and recognizing **************
blonde woman-she wasn't a that be reigned by the good
:J weak hitting that wrecked them. me. Spang-you know you love me. Asks Question
girl. Jill saw lifted carefully .a of the' Lord decreed that
ban player in It's in grace
.i1! DiMaggio. a great It shows your eyes. your
;= is the ballplayer arched eyebrows."How '"I live in Tennessee." She had there was to be no revenge but
if he
voice.
:: could be a big lift
y. do you do. Lieutenant she been right about him. He did look rejoicing.The .
t.1j he was before the war. Maybe Stark and Crawford said. "Good CO4BSUFFERERS fri
wouldn't know. But said smoothly.Ric lonely and bewildered; the hardness story which we touch on so
j he win be. I Miss McFarlane/ as they all
night
the Introductions awk is that teaches the
is like made the bitterness the young officers briefly here one
} having DiMaggio in a slump went out into the warm,. star-span-,
Julia McFar- that the of bless-
off wardly. "My sister had spoken of softened as eternal truth way
.t Bob Feller with an year !
:: having gled nightJill
."i"e or Ted Williams batting .280 or Hal lane Mrs. Calvert And may. I pre- he smiled at her. ing and power Is the way of obedience .

: 15 18 sent Lieutenant Gordon "There was a girl with hair like to the laws and the will of
Newbouser trying to win or Meets .
Look how Babe Ruth carried Jill nodded briefly, her throat yours, and her name was Julia Cod. ash STARTS RELIEF IN
games.
_"t1 the Yankees so many years. Mrs. Calvert tight and aching as she fought too." he said. Saul began well but before long OUST6 SECONDS
with which she i "My: mother perhaps She was his pride and seU.wm began to as-
back the
Sure he bad a lot of help but it was reminds me of young rage
captain Gel .
tianin
That I Julia McFarlane. She married Rich itself and he thus brought to eeewlrneay.
lert .
the Babe that supplied the spark. some one" she said to Spang "butI had blasted her brother so many .... ler ert--* niirttreat .
times. ard McFarlane. a sort of fourth ruin and personal disaster that .*.. -.-"a Try ets
"DiMaggio makes a much greater can't seem to remember who it .M T....... or.
} Yankees than the "Nice you could get a pass Ric. cousin. I think. which had begun with such promiseand M LtaoU Coil _
.J difference to the Is. she said coldly, "even if you didn't "It was a long time ago" he blessing. There were many 8C'r* *'*uoa *etafCa .
"
he makes or the runs he drives "Heydrich or Himmler. maybe. _:
hits oair
.. take the trouble to let me know." said, "but you reminded me of that such incidents, but we consider only d---.
:- in or the great catches he can "Oh no, no one like that He "You were out" Ric fumbled "1 Julia McFarlane I knew and thenI one
handle. Joe can lift or let down the hasn't a vicious face. .He looked a
you'd home." heard your name spoken so I Disobedient and God-
thought perhaps gone III. S nl-a
entire club on the mental or hustling bit pathetic, to me.
J "I haven't gone home. ru be took the liberty of speaking to you. Rejected King (15:22 28. 34. 35). GIRLS! WOMEN!
"' side. "You're a soft-hearted girL Old Your mother Is quite wen?"
here in 'the morning and IU God had commanded that there
Cyanide's as tough as they make ''Oh. yes she's very well. And try this If you're
then. destruction of the
to utter
expect see you must be
Plenty Possibilities 'em. and the army makes 'em plenty I still very young and lovely looking.
"I don't know about tomorrow. Amalekites and their possessions-
tough. He thinks an the young think. FU be glad to rememberyou
Yankees are still packed duty. Ric we of dis NERVOUStaXttTAM
The might be on was angry something like the burning a
Chandler la officers are upstarts and ninety-day to her. Captain Macke)'.
with sIbtllttes. Spud too. house-a wiping out
po now ease-infested
wonders and be resented being sent doubt if she will remember
"I me. '
still a great pitcher. Surnweiss.Rizzuto. told. "At least you'n telephone me." of a king and people who were condemned DATT Of Bsataw
Lindell. Keller Henrich. here. I've been Jell said severely. "Nice to have It was an a very long time ago. of God. We may not Do female ronetSacsJ' monthly: disturb
fuD71
Johnson Robinson and others haveshown "I still think there are chinks in Mrs. Calvert. Before the other war in fact But this act of God. aacea make you feet nervous Irritable.a .
seen you. understand ..
.,
weak and ttnd oat such tiniest
of those '
women
Dldn't0\1 have she was one you
in the past bow good they his steel armor. we know him we will not doubt that Than do try Lydia J:. Plnkbam'i Vec.

can be-when they are right With another engagement SpangT Don't A Fulfillment do not easily forget Good night It was In accordance with his Infinite tabla Compound M relieve each symp
the exception of Chandler and Robinson let me upset your plans Miss McFarlane." and love. toms.' Its/.--.. for tblsl. Tmfcea recuIsriy -
wisdom finthsm Compound belpa
most of the Yankees were not "I hadn't any plans except to kin Of a Dream "Good night Captain MackeHe )'. Sajal chose to disobey, late eon build Up rfislsUnno against such dis
reminded her of some one. &;r-. Also>> a grass stornachto tontelWNU _
too hot last year. another Saturday night And even Spang made a curt little bow and tending that It was done because of

They have high-class handling If I had had. they'd be unimportant they walked away. Jill was trembling She why liked couldn't him.she He think wasn't who grim it was at? the people that sheep and oxen had U1LAEPIIfNY ::

from Harris Dressen and Corriden. now that you're here. a little troubled by this silly iota spared for a sacrifice to the

They couldn't ask for better. But it So she glowed again and the fury that had shaken her. an.But she forgot him quickly, and It Load Samuel cut through his hypocrisy -14 14-4!

is the ball player' and the spirit of world was a lovely place even with "He lied to me." she said when was weeks before she thought of and declared that God

the ban player that gives you the the sodden cloud of war hangingover they were out In the night again. him again because she was in love wants obedience rather than sac

answer. The spirit of the Yankees It and dimming an the future "But why do I care? Why should and Spang had kissed her. Life was rifice. This Is a lesson that many

I happen to know was bad last sea- She would not let it dim the It matter to me if he preferred being wonderful. -"Thin lemon-tinted dawn who profess to follow the Lord have

can. They were a long way from the present with that woman instead of me? was creeping Into the east before DOt learned. ackacheMay

Yankees I used to know. I'd like to She said. "Shall we Just walk I suppose if s because I bate seeing she fen asleep. The church or the Individual who

see first how much fight and hustle around and talk or would you some one who belongs to me doing denies or disregards the teaching ofGod's Warn Disordered

they have left I'd like to see them like to do something else?" i a cheap, dishonest trick. Snang you jm waited an morning wanderIng Word and attempts to makeup Kida ey Action
of the stuff the Cardinals didn't ten me she was pretty ICs for it by sacrifices and ceremonies -
with more "!'here'. the officer's club. But around the room frowning at Uoden life wltla.to beery sad wiry
have. the same one isn't It-the woman declares to the world that Imcmlsi asVlejiakJuf
and the Dodgers m' but neither Rio
poker telephone norSpang rid.884'
It'. mostly a big game about?" the -its _
nights. I know a little you told me called.. She grew more Impatient there has been a departure from Hoo-.throws heavy. etna e*the work
Saturday "Yes. thaf the one. And I don't she true faith in Got Obedience Is a of the kidneys.They am apt.. >.ineievertaxed s
the though
where the floor by moment
spot out this way sad UU to alter exeaai add
The Hard Luck BreakerIt goad Like dancing?" think she's pretty"Jill knew that military duty for officers virtue aS too rare. ..d otbst Uapwiwas tries the td -dri g.
Is pretty
warmed a bit at that and Waa4.
Too late What sad words-and
has been a long time since I "Oh rd love dandng." her tautness lessened. They were or enlisted men gave little thoughtto Toa Bur Mffer swig a
sadder than when they speak .
desires and little freedom never eadsraa. BMhta.
of Georgia run personal ffliiiisss. Se
Chandler hid its
saw Spud The place neon-lighted aimlessly the blare '
now.
walking tC .ea.ada
of failure. Saul talked of pains .wdW.-4n
ning. blocking and kicking against daytime dinginess under a glitter of and of the dance spot behind during the day. But this was spiritual kind,..._aS sun ....Other t.Mct
glitter
and but the
Georgia. Spud Sunday. Ric was avoiding her, of repentance prayer kidaey o*bteAdar disorder.*._
Yale. After leaving oft gaiety.Zees. them. And now she would have Lord bad already rejected him u twffog..wa4 K 5.. -.....
fighting course.
his time **
spent most of try the corners. Spang "She isn't young, though" she
shifted her and to go home and make up some king. ivy Os s's PfU. OeseT let* the
hard luck. He was said, slipping his arm around her. said spitefully. comforting lies for her mother "There comes a time when God's aUaeys to fora .....,.ernes he4ywaste.
landing with the Yan vague .'Thefhave had the half
there finally there. been around Spang said. store a
several weeks be- "More breathing space "She's and old John L would look at patience with man's disobedience U sealafj ef pablie usprevsl.Are linsi

kees. He started training season The dancing did cot matter. Nothing "She knows what the score ts.- her with eyes like Jet angers and exhausted and the door to further ia why kfcarfDoMPliLS rstafal Bear* vsqrwhen.
. ': fore the spring that Spans "But what on earth does she want 'closed. It is
except a long
ankle while running. mattered probably corner her somewhere later service is long
_/<<;j but broke an arm wax around her the silver with Ric I didn't tell Mother. and ask her what was coma way to the boundary line of God's

:",: .: A year later be fielded a short wings oa his breast dose to her Spang rd hoped It might be Justa wrong with lUc patience; but mark it weD, there is

-. bunt with a Quick snap that wrecked eheek"her hand curled in his big piece of foolishness that would a boundary lies

a. ligament in his right arm. ;! palm. She could hear her own heart j I pass. I hoped maybe lie would I (TO BE CONTINUED)

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The Golden Text is: "Art thou :i-,., .. w r. <.
a of delicate flowers and graceful not from everlasting 0 Lord my .

\; leaves, this handsome pattern God. mine Holy One! We shall not .t
those die. Thou art of purer eyes thanto
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women Habakkuk 1 [
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fanb. from the Bible: "The Lord I

I" .: .row.... Is my tight and my salvation;
whom shall fear the Lord U the
Iti strength of my life; of whom shall

I'f'; I be afraid Though an host .
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heart shall not /ear" (Psalms 271, ,',,:

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has developed into a star bowler at u
i .' "Everything good or worthy. God Topeka, Kans. Here h. demonstrate how h. brake his wheel chair at the
made. In the Science of Gene- end ol his approach to the alley. Several other paraplegic patients at th
sis we read that He saw everything .hospital bowl regularly.Advertise I
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The public thinks The public thinks 10% would be fair Actually the railroads earned

we make 15% only 2%% in 1546.1o .

provide the service you want

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Impsrtialresearchpollsshowthatonthe were in effect for only part of 1946 but So when the railroads make only 2*;

a veragepeoplethink we make 15%They will be in effect for all of 1947; becauseof cents on each $1.00 of their net prop.

also think a fair return would be 10%. increased special payroll taxes on erty investment, it concerns you.*

1 railroads; and because of a decline. in The funds for future new equipmentand
What We Make
passenger business. improvements must come from rail

But for the year 1946, with the biggest road earnings and also from investors.
What Does This Mean To }You
peace-time traffic in history,the rail- They will furnish money on reasonable

V 4 roads earned only 2>f%. This is The answer is"Plenty!"Your standardof terms only if they have confidence in
1 less than one-half the comparable earn- living is the highest in the world be- the future earnings of the railroads.

; ings for other industriesThe cause of MASS PRODUCTION. But mass
i ; reasons for this low return are production would not be possible with- You Have Another Stake In This

4! : not hard to find. Since 1939 railroad out MASS TRANSPORTATION, which the Even if you do not own any railroad

J V wages have increased 526/to% and the railroads provide at low cost. stocks or bonds, insurance companiesand

yf7i9RU prices of fuel, materials and. supplies 'Why 6% Is Needed savings banks do. So you still have ,
rYx have gone up 61 ///io9S. a special interest in seeing that the railroads -
But freight rates bare just recently The kind of service your standard of are allowed enough to do a good

? I been increased an average of only living requires takes a lot of money for job for you.

x IT/wfo-a year after the effective date new equipment and improvements. To We are publishing this and other

of the last big wage increase. carry out the post-war improvement advertisements to talk with you at first
l Raulerson Store program for better equipment tracks, hand about matters which are important -
: ::. : Dept. What About This-Year? terminals and modern safety devices, a to everybody.

: It is estimated that the return for 1947, minimum return of 6%is needed. *0. total property DYt8tmeat, the rallrosde I
: :-' "We Feed and Clothe The Family"Phone even with the recent freight rate increase JDade osslp 2.19'7..i .

will be only about half the 6%

V 10 *-' minimum return required to providethe .
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