The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VoL 33 No. 32. '
Florida., Friday, Dec. 26., 1947


IL Fine. Arts Club Deputy Collector of Miss Sweat And Australian Handicap J. Hudson Parker Fort ..
Internal Draw
I Revenue To Be Champion Will Race At !fI Mi

!L Met At HOMe Of Here Thursday, Jan. 8 Miss Hunt Attend Hialeah This WinterThe Lucky Number And Was awarded New .

M.. Deputy Collector of Internal Australian handicap cham
... HaulersonMrs. Revenue, A. L. Entz of Sebring, Youth ConferenceThe pion. Shannon has been named Chevrolet At Theatre Tuesday Kite.

will be in Okeechobee on Thursday for Hlaleah's McLennan and Wid-

H. H. Raulenon was hostess January 8, 1948, from 9:30 enenner. Nomination of the Aussie -

to the members of the Fin. till 5 p. m. He will be in the County Methodist Youth Conference six-year-old was made by Neil Mc- Too Late To Classify J. H. (Hudson) Parker of Fort
Arti Commissoners room at the if a special meeting bf ten-thousand Carthy, agent for owner W. J.
! i Club at their annual Christ By RUSSELL KAY Drum was the holder of the lucky-
Court House. Methodist youth (15-23 years) Smith. Shannon is considered the
I program on Wednesday after number that you the new Chevrolet ,
, Hi will be here for and youth leaders, under the best
I neon. the purposeOf auspices handicap performer to com
'The much sedan at the .
sales' tat drawi&f at Gil
t Illiltinf US payers with 1947 of the General Board of Edu. out of Australia since! the illfatedPhar
The program wu In chart of cation of the" I which! it bound to, be an Issue in bert Theatre Tuesday nlrJit. Out .
estimates Methodist
fr j )(r.. J. H. McCranie and was very Jar returns and at those that time.making rtgu* with -the cooperatilon of Church other Lap invaded this country la1B3S. i the coming gubernatorial election, of the bit box which held more

appropriate and thoroughly enjoyed boards and WU the principal topic of discuseiion than 900,000 tickets his was the
agencies Including the
, ;- :t ty all. at the recent State Chamberof winger

t .. ::! Medley of Carrols, Miss Perilee Co. Commissioners National Youth Conference Fellowship.of The the Confer-Methodist WSCS Held Final Commerce conference held at Gilbert Culbreth announced In
Hunt. ence will open In the Public Auditorium Petersburg, March of this year that with:each

.4. ,A Christmas Meditation, Mrs. J. Transact BusinessIn Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday Meeting Of Year Recognizing the question as one 25 cent purcase from any of his
? ll. McCranie. December 30, 1947. It' will of keen public interest the State places of business he would Eire.a

; Gesu Bambino by Pietro Yon. close at noon on Friday January : Chamber provided a sounding- ticket that would be a chance on
; 'Mr. W. D. Boehmer. Special SessionThe > 2, 1948. Addresses will be given At Church ParlorMrs. board where both proponents and the new car to be given away, on

: The other wise man by Henry by D-r. Harold C. Case of Pasadena opponents might express their Tuesday night before Christmas.

Van Dyke. Mrs. R. E. Link. California, Dr. G. Baez Ca- views, with a no-decision ruling And Wednesday morning Mr. CUl-
= 0 Holy MIght-by Adams, Mrs. Board of County Commissioners margo of Mexico, Dr. Ralph E. John McNeill and Mrs. laid down In' advance. breth announced that he would

!i John Roe. of Okeechobee County, Diffendorfer of the Board of Missions Nathan Zelmenovitz were hostesses Four able speakers met on the give another new Chevrolet away
f Mrs. Raulerson's home was Florida, met In adjourned sessionon and Church Extension, Dr. for the final meeting of the rostrum Senator A. G. McArthur next Cristmas.

beautifully decorated with poinsettias Monday, December 22, 1947, at Paul W. Quillian of Houston, year of the WSCS. held in the or *ernandina and S. Lloyd Fris- The Judges for the drawingwere

red gladioli Christmas greens 10:30 A. M.Present Texas, Dr. Richard C. Raines of church parlors on Tuesday after. Die publisher of the Polk County Carl T. Durance,

and red -candles. The tables were were Commissioners C. Minneapolis, Minnesota and Dr. E. noon Reports of the years avhieve- Democrat of Bartow, peaking for thur Jim Ellarbee, Jerry Anderson ..
laid with snowy white cloths centered E. Drawdy Chairman, O J. Chap- Stanley Jones, Christian missionary ments werp given and officers for a sales tax, and Senator Walter and Miss Mildred Phelps. '

... with red candles and the favors man, M. L. Mobley- R. M. Durrence, and statesman. 1948 were elected as follows: W. Rose Orlando realtor and Dal- A crowd of several hundred people

and place cards were In the W. F. Walker; Attorney T. W. On Wednesday, December 31, a Mrs. D. R. McNeill, President.Mrs. las L. Hostetler, executive secretary was present and ail enjoyedthe

Christmas colors. Refreshmentswere Conely, Jr., Sheriff N. O. Stewart pageant, "The Mighty Dream," W. A. Lawson, vice pres. of the Florida Retailers As- occasion and cheered long and

served to the following members and Clerk Mabel Raulerson written especially for this Conference Mrs F. W. Zander, Recording sociation opposing. loud when the winner was an

and guests: Sheffield. will be presented. On Thurs- sec'y. With one gubernatorial aspiranton nounced.Mr., .
" Mrs. W. D. Boehmer, Mrs. Tom The minutes of the meeting day, January 1, 1948 there will bea Miss Jo Parrish, Corresponding' the panel and four others in Parker called for thecar
t Conley, Mrs. R. E. Link Mrs. Carl held in December were read and Sec'y.Mrs.. the
concert the Wednesday
by Negro audience
Tenor Senator W. A. (Bill) morning and it was
Durrance Mrs. J. A. McN'elll. Miss approved. Roland Hayes. C. H. Parkinson. Treasurer.Mrs. Shands of Gainesvlie, Fuller Warren delivered to him promptly.
Jo Pa.rrlsh. Mrs. Clifford Boyles, Application for Beverage License R. E. Link, Sec'y Christian
There is to be a special train attorney of Jacksonville, Dan:
Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz Mrs. J. by Lonnie Stevens was ap- for the Florida delegates which Social Relations. McCarty, grower of Ft. Pierce, State Merit SystemExaminations
I T. Hancock, Mrs. John Roe, Mrs. proved by the Board. will leave Jacksonvile, Florida Mrs. H. II. Raulerson, Sec'y and Attorney General Tom Watson will
H. McCrauie Mrs. E. II. Hunt, Mrs. The Mssionary Education.Mrs. Be
following vouchers were December 29 and return from the sales tax made Itself recognized '
Bryant Bowden, Mrs. Gordon Lol- approved and ordered E. H. Hunt, Sec'y Student Held At Tallahassee Soon
i' paid: Cleveland through Washngton, D. as a hot topic in the com
)tar M-rs. R. B. Meserve and guests I. Work.
C., with time taken for a sightseeing ing com pa ten.
Mr. W. D. Boehmer, Mis Perllee GENERAL FUND Mrs. D. W. Cassell, Sec'y Child The State Merit System office
Hunt, Mrs. A. B. McKinnon Mrs. tour through that city, .ren's Work. It was a case of pay your money in Tallahassee announced today
County Officers Payroll Salaries Florida at first was only allow. and take choice
Andrew Davis and the Hostess. i Mrs. P. p. Evans!l, Sec'y Sup your and both that applications will be taken'fol"
December ed to send 150 sides
$1,136.60 delegates with a made points that set the
Mrs, Raulerson. following positions with the
Robert LaMartin,'Tax Ass. Comms desire that Metho- plies.Mrs.
I as many local audience to thinking. Opinions ex-
Wade Florida Industrial .
Snell, Sec'y Spiritual Commission until
December -__ $125.00N. dist charges as possible send a pressed after the discussion were
i FWlllis' Clais O. Stewart. Attend C. delegate. Miss Kathryn Sweatt Life. varied and no poll was taken and Claims midnight Examiner January, 11: Junior

Comm. Meeting __.__.__._. 1000 was selected as delegate from the The program was given by Mrs no effort made to determine which Senior Claims
= Child Welfare, Relief Allowance Okeechobee Methodist Church. A 0. L. Hupt. Refreshments in keeping side won the debate. Examiner Field Deputy, Senior-

: Met At KM* Of Dec. ----_._......___. $10.00 second quota was received which with the Christmas season Frisbie led off with a plea for Secretary Field Deputy to ,the Appeals Commission Referee' an
County Welfare Board, Relief : brought the Florida were served the following member
Quota up to relief from the present tax system Apprenticeship Area Representative -
b Allowance. Dec. 250.00 158 and the ;
M1tJ1IL application of Miss
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: which discriminates
,,L against Chief Law Clerk, and Safety
,. Basingf/r cbooT U.Efb;her- y** = I Pertlie,Hunt ,was accepted-_as, one Mrs. Wade Snell Mrs.. O. L.Hunters. certain groups and industrj s. He Consultant. ':

cedes December _____ $12.:50 oi'the additional eight.' ;-' R. E. Link Mrs. W. ("a i laciied"excise taxes such aslhose : *Persons <,,,," '
Mrs. Ralph Faglle and Mrs. Clifford M. A. Lawson, Mrs. Cora interested In taifng"aayof ";
Gaffney, Court Report Peters Mrs.
A fundamental fact about the on gasolfne, liquor, clgiarettes, etc.,
Frank 'Louthan were co-hostesses er's Salary, Dec. _______ $25.00 Methodist Youth Conference is II H. Raulerson, Mrs. Roy Draugh pointing out that these should writeto
such taxes
for the Annual _Christmas Party of Trustees Okee. Co. Hosp. Donation that I it Is a part of the total pr on, Mrs. E. II. Hunt, Mrs. P. P. some forms of business penalized I the State Merit System Office,

the Fidelis Class of the r-sthodist .___.._u_____,-- 5,000.00 gram for young people in The oEvans, Mrs. C. H. Parkinson, Mrs. while others escaped. Box 1136. Tallahassee. Florida for
Church at the home of Mrs. Faglle James F. W. Zander Mrs. applications or secure one from
Typewrite Co. Typewriter Methodist. It Is not something H. A. Proctor,
last, week. Repairs __._ $20.00 special and outside of the ongoing !Mrs. D. W. Cassell. Mrs. J. R.Minnehan Senator McArthur said that too the nearest office of the Florida
The devotional was given by Inter Co. Tel. &: Tel. Co. stream of Mrs. Bryant Bowden many politicians considered the Industrial Commission. The applicants .
followed youth work. best tax "is one that will pick the i will be advised of
Mrs. J. M. Roe by a Telephone County Judge's Mrs. Catherine Kohl. Mrs. W. L. the date

Christmas reading by Mrs. Paul orrice _________________ jiu.zsII. Burgess, Mrs. D. R. McNeill, Miss most feathers from the goose withthe I and place of the examinations.' -
GUsendaner. Officers for 1948 were &: W. B. Drew Co., Sup BasketballSchedule Jo Parrish, Mrs. E. T. Standiferand least squawk." He stated "The The State Merit system office

elected as follows: plies Court House offices 68.90 the hostesses. Mrs. John Mc reason Florida does not have a indicated that continuous recruitment .
Mrs. J. M. Roe, president. O. O Raualerson,-Supplies of Douglas Neill and Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz. sales tax today is because of the is now being conducted for

Mrs, E. H. Hunt vice pres. Court House Offices ____ 23.30 Brown High School division of opinion in the pro sales clerical and stenographic openings
_Mrs. Frank Louthan, s c'y. Cemetery Payroll Labor tax school of thought. One segment and for district welfare visitors 1

Mrs.. ,Ralph Faglie, ass't sec'y. Dec. _____.__._...._ $41.75 1947-1948 Mrs. Catharine Oiler, Mrs. Etta has been sponsorng, largely Information for theseope 11np
Mrs Paul Robbins treas. under cover, a sales tax purely as also be
Cemetery Payroll, Labor Duffey and Mrs.' Lawrence Stewart may through the
Mrs. Paul Burdeshaw, Ass't Dec ...._........__ $56.00 ,January 7, Sebring, ,there.. were visitors spending the additional revenue the" other wants State Merit System office in Tal
Treas. Withholding Tax Fund, January 9, Arcadia, here (tentative weekend in Miami visiting Mrs. it as a replacement. lahassee.

Following the business meetingand Taxes Withheld Dec. 13.40 ). Oiler's daughter.Sgt. Anti-sales-taxers" he continued
program a social hour and Panther Roofing Co., January 14, Sebring, there. "have based their arguments Leo Bonner returned last week

gift exchange was held. The homeof Repairs Ja l' __ 24200 January 15, Gifford '(Vero and Mrs. Russell L. Riceof against this tax almost en from Hot Springs, Ark.. where he
Mrs Faglie was decorated witha Beach). Biloxi, Miss., arrived in Okee- tirely on the false claim that it spent a month.
profusion of Christmas greens, FINE & FORFEITURE FUNDN. January 16, Stuart here. chobee thin week and are spending is an unfair tax on the poor. I

... flowers and candles and refresh O. Stewart, Sheriffs January 22, Clewiston, there. the holidays with Mrs. Rice'sparents challenge that contention." I
menu were served from a beautifully Cost Bills, Dec. ____ 305.97 January 23, Melbourne, Here. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mer- Hostetler on the opposing side develop her natural resources .and
table the following cited the Governor's Tax Committee not discourage private enterprise."
appointed to ROAD BRIDGE FUND January 29, Belle Glade, Here. cer.

members: Tamiami Trail Tours. January 30, Stuart, There. report of March 1947 which Answering the argument of proponents I
Mrs.,'E. H. Hunt. Mrs. J. M. Roe Freight on chains February 5, Clewiston Here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loworn appealed ,for no new taxes. "Is it that a sales tax would enable n

Mrs. :Roy Draughon. Mrs. Paul for tractor _____.. 9.94 February 6, Gifford. (Vero and Mrs. Kit Bowden and two fair," he asked, "to ignore the the state to realize much increased f

Robbins, Mrs. Paul Burdeshaw. Standard Oil Co., Fuel __ 141.23 Beach) there, (tentative..) sons, Kay and Paul Howard of Committee's suggestions that the revenue from tourists, ha i -
Mrs. Paul Glssendaner, Mrs. Roger Clewiston Motor Co.. Parts February 12, open. Clewiston, were visitors spending state should not embark upon a contended that tourists and visitors F

Brandenberg. Mrs. R. E. Link, for Tractor 501.18 February 13, Pahokee, here. Sunday here the guests of Judge i program of state controlled, mart* are paying plenty now and one fi

Mrs. J. H. McCranie, Mise Jo Far Howard Drawdy, Work on February 19, Melbourne, there. and Mrs. J. E. Loworn.Mr. cipallty shared taxes until every of the strong appeals that Florida r
rlab. Mrs. E. T. Shandlfer Mrs. Tyson Ditch, Dist. 4 2500 February 20, open. other possible solution has been can offer is the fact that we do f

Lewis Dreese, Mrs. J. R. Mlcne- Boree Lumber Co., Lumber February 23, Ft. Pierce, here and Mrs. Dan McCarthy of tried and 4n no event until the not Impose a general sales tax.

han Mrs. Wade Snell. Mrs. J. A. Dist. 1, 3, 5 ______i__. 55835 tentative. Clewiston arrived in Okeechobee problems And consequences of Pointing out that it is political i
McNeil the teacher of the class Rowell Bros., Lumber Dist. February 26, Fahokee, there. Wednesday night to spend Christmas such a program have been carefully ly impossble to repeal a tax already .'

and the hostesses$ Mrs. Faglle and 1, 2, 3 ___-...:.-__ 230.35 February 27, Ft. Pierce, there with, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mc explored in the light of adequate on the statute books, Ji e' \ {
Mrs. Louthan. Payroll Dist. 2, Prices of all games will be: Carthy. data and surveys?". said a sales tax would never r*
School, children 25c. Senator Rose, also an opponent place the property tax and. If imposed /
Labor Dec. _____ _._...._. 8500 '
returned Adults and deplored extravagant state 8pend. would simply be an additional '
Mrs. Irving Register to Payroll Dist. 1. 3, 4, 40c. Mr. Mrs, Fred Proctor of '
her home here Monday from the Labor Dec. 58.65 Greensboro, N. c., arrived in Okeechobee ing. "The cost of government in and unnecessary tax burden

Fort Pierce Hospital where she Payroll Dist. 2, -Labor Edgar Lovvorn of Chicago, arrived Saturday afternoon and are Florida," he said, "Is out of all on a people already heavily bars

has been, a patient for the past' Dec. _.. _._._. 101.50 in Okeechobee Saturday and spending two weeks here with Mr. proportion to the income of the Terming the sales tax regressive'and '
three weeks. A. Creel Labor Dist. 5 33.00 spent the first of the week herewith and Mrs. M. C.: Pitts. people who pay the tax. To continue bearing; more heavily ,on the<
such a policy can only leadto poor man than the rich he said .
his and Mrs.
parents, Judge
Streat Hair, Labor Dist 1 .60
Mrs. Lulu Culbreth and granddaughter economic chaos." the such tax is :
Ernest Hilliard left T esdaymornD. Withholding Tax Fund, J. E. Lovvorn. He left Wednesday cost of collecting a
# to return to his home at Taxes wthheld Dec. ___ .6 p afternoon for Clewiston where his e Miss Virginia Lee Cut Citing: the large increases in an unfair burden on merchants ;
Dunellon after spending the week 4 spending a few days before breth.. of DeLand, arrived here government costs in the past decade and if tokens are used they iou1it

e'lld'here attending to business and AGRICULTURAL FUNDC. leaving to return to Chicago. last Friday and are spending twoweeks he declared, "This should be be a nuisance to the public: and
visiting relatives :and friends. R. Boyles Sal. t: with Mr. and Mrs. .Gilbert sufficient to convince anyone that would result In reduced 'sale*,
C. R. Boyles. Sal. &: Culbreth. we cannot afford to levy a sales lower standards of llvlne more "' :
Exp. County ,Agent Dec. 150.00 Betty Barber, Frank Barber, tax at this time without injury tour o unemployment and eneouras out
Jimmie Dudley who is attending C. R. Boyles Exp. on Garrett Swlndel, Harry Paul Susan Hancock wo is attending economic welfare." of state purchases and Irritate:
school,at Decatur, III, arrived Greenberger fend -,,,
Molly Boettger '
school in Jacksonville -
arrived thisweek
County Truck 30.00 He contended that such a tax shoppers. :: -
In'Okeechobee Saturday afternoonand4 VETERANS SERVICE :.FUND who attend Florida! State University end to spend the Holidays ,would, retard the flow of invest The State Chamber deserves
is spending two weeks herewith at Tallahassee are spending the with '= I
her parents Mr and Mrs. .the subject .
Co. Service .ment capital, maintaining much credit for bringing; .:.
his parents. Dr and Mrs. IrWin Claud Gardner Holidays at their : '
homes in Ok
F. Dudley. Officer Sal. Dee.. 110.00 chobee. esJ. T. Hancock and sister Miss Florida needs a "constructive program to public attention. 'if' ,
Carol Hancock. r' '
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cover. She turned and looked behind -

her. The solitary tracks she
had made looked lonesome by them-

selves. There should be two sets, 1Li-

she thought with a sigh. Last New

Year's Eve there were two sets.

Mine and Jerry's. The thought of fQ//
Jerry made her feel worse. She tried f

to push 1$ out of her mind. See here.

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you're out here to get some exer- Pattern No. 5643
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fooL It's over, finished. You and HERE are some colorful Christ-

Jerry are all washed up. Forget it. mas tree ornaments that the

But her inner mind wouldn't let her. children will have fun making. Di-
-ections 9 different
for ornaments.
Ruth, her roommate had the ra-

dio going full blast as she openedthe

door. Gay dance music poured This Home-Mixed L
out. filling the room with memories. .!! :

the"That bedroom.you Jess?" She called from Cough Syrup'Is

,. ."Yeah," Jessie took off her pert Most EffectiveCough
-'--- -- -- little hat and threw it at the closet usually : :
medicines contain a
Make It a Merry Yuletide Feast! door, then regaining her self-con- large quantity of plain syrup-a good .. ;.
trol she laid it neatly on the shelf. Ingredient, but one which you can e a.
"Wish easily make at home. Take 2 cups of
Holiday BanquetsThe you'd change mind
LYNN'S CHRISTMAS MENUHot your granulated sugar and 1 cup of water,
and go with us. and stir a few moments until dis- at

big feast is almost at hand "I have a headache** She tried to solved. Or use corn syrup or liquid
and the cupboards are undoubtedlyeven Vegetable JuiceCheeseSardine get interested in a story. It was no honey Instead of.sugar syrup.
Appetizer Then get from any druggist 2H
under the
groaning use. even the stories full of
Rib were ounces of Pine:. It into a pint
of goodies. The kitchen has been Glazed Roast of Beef happy couples. As happy as Jerry bottle and fill up pour with your syrup. Rubin gently-warming soothing Ben-Gay for fast

the scene of many a cooking ad- Onions Broccoli and I used to be. There I go again, This gives you a full pint of wonderful relief from muscular soreness and pain.Ben-Gay contains
venture during the past few weeks, Browned Potatoes medicine for coughs due to colds. It up to 2/ times more methyl salicylate andmentholfamous
but there's still lots to be done before Cranberry-Star Pineapple Salad makes a real saving because It gives pain-relieving agents known to every
Christmas dinner graces the table. Jellied Plum Pudding you about four times as much for doctor-than five other widely offered ru1Hns. Insist
your money. Never spoils. Tastes fine.
Usually, we overeat during the Beverage Candies This Is actually a surprisingly effective I CD genuine Ben-Gay,the original Baume Analgesique..

'. holidays, so now it would be a good Recipe given. quick-acting cough relief Also for Pain due to RHEUMATISM, KEURALCU,aad COlD
Swiftly you feel It takinghold.. It "
plan to decide on
sensible loosens the phlegm soothes the Irri- \ Ask for M3d Bea-Gaj. for CJuWrea.,

a make One simple type of red and green t tated membranes and makes breath-
Yes f ing easy. You've never seen anything
salad to for the above dinner is .
use L. J
feast but better for quick and pleasIng results.
to make cole slaw from red cab- ;
and pre Pine Is a special compound of
:J bage. Set this in a salad bowl lined proven Ingredients In concentrated
foods that not
are with whole leaves of freshly washed : form a most reliable soothing agent
too rich. One way I chilled spinach. : for throat and bronchial Irritations. T41tc1LIf!
to do this Is to Money refunded if: It doesn't please P

take it easy on JI: you In every way.
the foods we CHRISTMAS DINNER IL Pine Dependable!

should save- Tomato Juice
eggs, sugar Sour and fats. Baked Ham with Orange-cran- -

Plan salads that are light; vege- berry Garnish or i

tables that do not take heavy rich Roast Pork Shoulder with Champion Fanner MORRIS BUIRMANCHAMPION -

sauces, and serve smaller portionsof Cinnamon Apples L' : .

dessert. The family is pretty Mashed Potato Nests with 'P'ZCe'Z4 -

well Riled by the time they get to Tiny Green Lima Beans ,
the last course. Red and Green Pear Salad r .

Start oft with tangy Juices that Tiny Corn Muffins Currant Jelly P
are colorful in place of rich soups, Frozen Eggnog Ice Cream rettanua
and. conserve on the trimmings. f1 .

There are many types of Christ- How to do: To make garnish for Roth, her roommate had the
mas dinners that are favorites, so radio going fall blast.
scoop out orange halves and
today I'm giving you several menu scallop edges with a pair of shears..
suggestions. Select that one that she reminded herself why can't I
Fill with whole
cranberry 1S6PANY
,. .4 will appeal to your family's tastes lust forget him? That stupid quarrel
you are making cinnamon
3-r as well as to the budget. She tried to remember what it .
apples, cook 1 of cinnamon .
cup candies '
..;, A roast of beef dinner is In' the had been about and couldn't. It

... English tradition and some of you of water with 2 1 cups seemed very important at the time. <<4e7
may like that best of all. To others cup Anyway it had done the trick. I "

there's nothing like plump, tender sugar and a few was almost over it too, she thought
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drops of red col
deep pink ham oozing Juices through I 1) oring. Cook small until the holidays got here. OUc caulp

, its crust of brown sugar and cloves; peeled (but not "Now if someone would Just play .
still others prefer a roast shoulderof OUt
cored) apples in Rhapsody in Blue, Ruth's voice
pork because roast suckling pig was half mocking."Do '
k. syrup a deep
in former times was a Yuletide .
favorite. pink. Drain and I look that bad?" Jessie OTHER TRACtOR tlRE '
c chilL turned around.
Then of course, there's roast tur-
'_ Potato nests may be made by "You look worse. Honest honey I
, key, without which some would not
fluting mashed potatoes into nests. think you're to sit
' crazy around on
: feel it is really Christmas. Whatever
t-y-' your choice, here are suggestions, Place on cookies sheet and run tinder New Year's Eve and stew about one CHAMPION FARMER action of a plowshare. The tapered -J
. broiler flame. Lift onto platter man. The world is full of them." Champion Ground between the
t: among which you're certain to find throw out mud : .
:-, real with pancake turner, then fill with 'Not like Jerry." his tractors, because he knows
some help.CHRISTMAS Connected bars don't bend ,.
tiny, cooked and seasoned green ,wipe
>"'-.. Ix.I3r.R11: i1 i lima beans. "Jerry's a great guy all right but up to 100% more effectively, like the bars on broken center]

DINNER I. For each serving of salad use two why grieve about him the rest of 62% more, last up to 91% longer because the bars are connected
? You're
your only young once.
Hot Spiced Cider small pear halves. In one cavity you know." smoother over highways.This rolls along in smooth continuous
place a of In
scoop green jelly the
:: Roast Turkey, Mushroom Stuffing other a scoop of red Jelly. Serveon Td just spoil things for the rest superiority is based on, with the highway. :;

' .. Fluffy Mashed Potatoes bed of crisp green with mayon- of you. You know what happenedthe which permit: only Firestone to .leaning to specify Firestone Champion:=
time I tried it.
; Giblet Gravy naise. Everythingwe tires with Grips when
connected order
- would do would remind me of curved you your n
;- Turnips in Thin Cream Eggnog Ice Cream. .
him. Curved bars or when
-- Red and Green Salad (Serves are stronger like you buy. replacement,
Mincemeat Tarts ) "Okay, honey," Ruth shruggedher roof. They're braced like a your present equipment. Theytti
2 cops rich milk shoulders, "have'1t your way." last
C longer and they'll!
post.They into
Hard Sauce Garnish Yolk of 6 eggs She went back into the bedroom cut the soil with than -

I>r1>rR1:3 lilr % cop"sugar and started dressing. Ten minutest luff* t. lit Vote _/ FwMfcHMmrr ordinary tires.

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How to do: Stuff the bird the day ** NBC tbo+lgbt un, Ih rtnstcx 'fIN A Babter OKI
2Ji cups heavy cream around the room. "How do I look?" .
t'o before and place In
immediately refrigerator
2 teaspoons vanilla Jessie looked from her
up mag.
i to chill. FIFTY TONS
1 Cook giblets and Heat milk and pour slowly over azine. "You look swell. He'll probably harvest of Champion OF CHERRIES That Is the average annual

chop and place in the beaten egg' yolks stirring con- want to eat you tonight." York. His apple trees Farmer MolT Buerman Sodas, New

,';. .a bowl ready : stantly. Add sugar and cook In top "Thanks, honey." Ruth startedfor peach trees 1200 bushels annually Aa HJ'be bear 12,000bjzshels. and his
: when make of double boiler,until thickened; add the door as they heard a knock.It on a aeries of radio broadcasts Voice of Cherry Growers" '
you '
salt. Strain cool and beat until was her date. contributed much to increase Champion Farmer Buerman':
For the
.. the gravy. smooth. Fold in cream which bas Jessie sank back down In the s and to Improve market demand for d1erri, t
stuffing production method.and
I' make a regular been whipped and freeze until firm. chair as they left. won't cry. she Association produce better qefrut The National Cherrr Growers

bread dressing 4' When partially frozen, beat again told herself. No matter what II baa been I.a an outgrowth of his local association In which he

and to it add from and add vanilla or any desired flav- won't cry but I can't stand that In marketing extrtmely methods aefin. A.a leader In production a.wen at .

1 to 2 'pounds of ,. -' oring. Serve in sherbet glasses. music any longer. She crossed the prefers Firestone, Tires Champion Farmer Boerman naturally

:". fresh mushrooms. sprinkled with rolled macaroon room and snapped off the radio. The ",....' forr his equipment

s sliced and sauteed in bacon drip crumb* and candied cherries. sudden silence was even worse. She /1

s; pings. The tarts may be made the Hot Vegetable Juice. turned it back on and spun'the dial.

day ahead also; simply line individual Heat canned vegetable juice (or Music' on every station. Worst of anit
; pie tins with good pastry combine tomato juice with liquid was music from an year Music r .f

place in prepared mincemeat and from cooked vegetables). Serve hi Jerry and she had danced to. she

, bake. For the hard sauce garnish cups with slices of lemon in which thought bitterly. The wrong music

: Use one recipe of hard sauce and you have stuck a few cloves. for now.

. spread flat on an oblong tin. cnniuntil Cranberry-Star Pineapple Salad. She looked up, startled by .a
firm and then cut out Christ- knock on the door.
Arrange slices of wen-chilled
pineapple "
mas trees or stars with cookie cutter "Hey a man's voice called out
on a bed of lettuce. In the "
Place garnish on tarts Just be hole of "Open up.
the'pIneapple place a spoonful It *
fore serving. was Jerry. HL darling. he
of mayonnaise. this with
Spiced cider Is made simply by star Top a smiled, "if I'm not welcome you
made from
jellied cranberry
j heating the beverage, and adding Flute can throw me out But I just had

./..., > to it a few slices of lemon or lemon sauce.onnaise from cream cheese or may to try. I couldn't stay awayon
tube of
pastry on top -
f. : rind curls and a small cheesecloth New Year's Eve. _
star and then sprinkle with a fechopped w
F-: !; ; bag in 'which stick cinnamon and Now she thought happily ai she -yF
nuts. Serve with additional '
:; cloves have been placed. Serve in mayonnaise if desired. rushed into his arms, now the music }
., is right. Just richt.Plgans' .
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LYNN SAYS: Small fry will feel more comfortable New Year

Here Are Hints far after Christmas dinner they

Christmas Dinners are served ice cream-peppermint -

'When you're' carving turkey at or tutti-trutti-in place of the plum; The origin of the celebration of

the table; if* always wise to have puddmgs or pies. Serve the Ice January 1 has been traced to the THERE'S
an' extra dinner plate at the side cream with some sugar-dusted pagans and at'one 'Period ,in' the AFIRESTONE

of the'canrer.:.He can use It for 'setting cookies. middle age the debate over when

bones and"other pieces or asa A pineapple garnish may be used the new year arrived became so TIRE FOR

help in:carving..wings or thi Bata, for baked ham; or roast pork. Place furious that itwas observed ono four EVERY WKKL .'.'

Boast;pork wffl"be more Christ tome grapes-the Tokay type-into different days, March 23,_ December i THAT ROLLS
baSe it'with'an 25. Easter, and by a amaU.P'O'.Ip
jnasy 11 you apple ..J1ahtbbeaten egg white and then .QtI
'prune'or'ag* dressing. If*'a time- dip in powdered sugar. Do, an January 1.*tWbe Augustus -re- YOUR' =

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ANI7Q Training and Development Given,in Booklet

take'your advice from.your doctor ;

Gk or from a child expert.
You will want to know about propel
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cries See our Reader Service bookie
.',' '. .'::, .::'... No. 203.. BabVs health food bath train \
1 tag and development. _
Send 23 cents In com for"Bafcy>> Care t*
BOBBY CROSSTOWN : .' Make Going To Sleep Weekly Newspaper Serriee. 243 West 17t )
: SU New York 11. N. Y. Print name, ad
SOX Good Habit For Baby dress booklet title and No. 203.

Marty links DON'T do this! Don't do that!
Every mother knows the con- St Joseph ASPIRIN
stant stream of "don'ts" that cascade I
;- ( on her from every side-from
9E relatives and friends. It's true that

_____- [ each stage of your child's trainingand
obnJa ___ development brings with it a then
set of rules- things to avoid-but your- J i i'ittle


I gjHOUSEHOlDINTS catchescold
"But Alvin. wouldn't it be wiser to grow it first and I

THEN get a mustache cup?" "Twenty-seven across PLEASE?" ReGen Distress

NANCY By Ernie Bushmiller Slip-cover baby's bottle. A wool As IU Steeps!
bag will keep the milk from cool
I bedtime rub warming
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING I WONDER --I-+ -- VOTE FOR t I ing. A drawstring at the top will At soothing Vicks VapoRub
SO SMUG ABOUT WITH 4\\ JOE fit the cover snugly to the bottle.
WHAT HE'S ... L ; FOR' on throat chest and back.VapoRub's '
BEEN UP ; special relief.
-" FEET ? TO : rT DOG CATCHER iI-LL,1 Let the buttons of your garmentbe bringing action starts to
; ---- -- effective of the trim- soothe
{ I I _. an part work instantly to
I I IT Iii I t mings. The color of the buttons irritation ease coughing
-.. t may be contrasting or matching. relieve muscular soreness
-.- and tightness. And the=-
I I Be sure your windows are clean even while child sleeps-
before you put wreaths and can- VapoRub keeps right on
dles in them. working to bring relief.
-.- Remember it's the best-
\1 When cooking macaroni spa- known home remedy you can

ghetti, and noodles add them usetorelieve >
,r. S;. 14 f1. t/. ::. gradually to salted actively boiling distress ofl/lG&SO
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S* REGINALD! MUST YOU HAVE it If you are looking for ways to i
stretch Christmas
your budgethere's -
EVEN AT THE TABLE! NOW CARVINGi TO START... HAPPENED TO THE llt lltBy good news! Make a list of )' .,c. Sa ,\

LIGHTS! all the smokers you know and give i jj

DOWN r WAIT... l f them either of these two popular
RilI1PUSit gift items featured by your local
dealer a carton of flavorful
.. Camel Cigarettes or a pound tin .
of mild, mellow Prince Albert
Smoking Tobacco. Both gifts come
ready to give. The Camel carton

r comes in a colorful holiday dress i ... .
containing 200 mild, rich-tasting .
cigarettes. And Prince Albert-the .
National Joy Smoke-is offered in CALOXIthe
the popular full pound container.
Even a card is unnecessary for change to
these fora
gifts-space is provided
for totuc

TWIN BROTHER /COULDN'T GET BED IS THE CIRCUS, JULIUS? WHAT KIND OF You'll be "tickled pink" when you on your smile
JULIUS, DOIN' ROOM SO WHILE YoUISTIN6UISIIED> > WELL, COME ON IN! A CIRCUS D0 see the hearty reception your Efficient Calm works tiro:
W MV HE'S IN TOWN I OWNER A You CAN SHARE YOU ow, tiMY friends will give holidaywrappedCamels
I BED? THOUGHT YOU CIRCUS NOW- BED WITH ME! JULIUS? 1 \ and Prince Albert!-Adv. Helps remote film...bring out
all the
natural lucre of your
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which has atoniceffect oagiuas :
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SURELYWHATv. OLTRE ALLOWED IT. a flashlight at top of steps so ;j!
CAN I SEND' OIO'cu wzsHA I LOVE YOU, } THOSE MOCE THATSOUMD .D v VOURSVERY won't stumble. Using your ._ ;
MIRE TO SAY: i LOVE YOU(yw rwwjTj i J flashlight, examine each fuse to locate ;

MY t IRL SIGNED ANOTHER xVlR -T SILLYirl 's TRULY "dead"one.When you replace a burned- :. {::
Lir ESajf out fuse, touch only its rim. Never use'r -, _
A m coin instead of a fuse. :-

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t r test a fuse use an Tvereadf battery '-
s a bulb'(or bulb assembly), and wire- -

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J eetltnbcc ; 28:20) 'IOIUD.IX AND FOR OKEECHOBEi :
Ihe Hoard of Public Instruction ofOkwchobee December 23. lUI1 ty Bank will be
Because the genuine man is the County. Florida. will receive : t'Ot'NTY. IN CH\NCERY.OXfcE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES tbat Friday. January !t3
God knows as His image and hide on or before January 5, IMS, NO lOHSt 'rruant to Section It of O&l't..rts:9i rectors': Room of
Published ,every Fridayby.,:. the man on the following material: IT FOIL DIVORCE V Laws of Florida. Acta of 1837. S. EE
Okeec8. bee Dews Co., at Okeech bee,' likeness should we not do all in Approximately 11.otio feet 4-inch V- I BEATRICE. ALLEN PlaintiffT known as the MURPHY ACT. and In .;
sense *. Laws of
our power to renounce any Joint rtilin?: lONM feet 1x6 T & 41 T pursuance of Chapter 20658.
Okeechobee County, Florida. of man as both spiritual and material KU Sheering: tpx. fret laM and 1x10 I A..tL1.EX. Defendant APPEAR Florida Act of 194L. known as DISTRICT tbe I
No. 1 I'ine Haiti bid will be opened EVERGLADES
.l.t : !? Should we not endeavor to In the office of the County Superintendent TilE STATE ()i' FLORIDATO ACT. the following described The more we
BRYANT BOWDEN discern and exemplify as did on Monday January 5th. 1U4S. : I). A. AII.r.N. land situated IB Everglades Drainage forgive ,x,'.
... Jesus the man of God'scrt'3.1 at 10 o'clock A, )[. Inquire at JMr- ADDRESS UNKNOWNYou Distrjct In Okeechobee County Florida ;(
Christ tendeiit'g office for further details.The are hereby required to appearat will be offered for Bate at public Whoever feels .;:
SUBSCRIPTION: RATESOne rta1 Board reserves the right to reJoet my office In Okeecholiee. Florida outcry for the highest and best cash
Year in advance "M :.', .$300 Jesus said to those who heeded any or all bids on December 22. A. i). I'.MT. to Bill of hid. subject to the right of the Trus- who live.- : }

Six ,Months in :dvance a+J..i 1.50 his.:'teachings' (Matthew 5:14)' : "Ye VAN Hoard E. LH.HTSKY.of Public Instruction Chairman Complaint yon by t.atrlt"en.n.for divorce .filed in against Circuit tees of and the of tbe Internal Board ImproTementFund of Cotnmla.

are the light of the world. A city ATTEST: Carl T. Ilnrranre.County eUR .' Okeeci>ol>ee County, .Florida in loners of Everglades Drainage Diatriot
Entered; aitecond class matter July; that is set Dn an hill cannot be Snpertntendenf default wherefor Dtcrt-e lr.) t\>IJeJ): will be enterein against you the besrlrtnlnsf at
1. 1914. at the Post Office In Okee hid." The light shining from a Okeerhobf: News i* designated as the t. M on the 26tb day of Jan THE

chobee Florida Wider Act of March lighthouse in the darkness warns NOTICE TO APPEARTo IIl"wapII"\l'r in which this Order shall nary. 11HAs to all parcels of land I

8. 1879., ships away from dangerous rocks consecutive l>e published weeks.Witness once. a week for four of of ten petroleum acre or and more three-fourths title to one-half of Present The

and shoals; but can mortals JOSEPHINE BOROMEI. my hand and official teal other mlntTVa will be reamed by
,''The steeped in selfishness and impurityact 4Vtt Blue Plalita DrUe South D. C.West at Okeecbobee, Florida this 17tb day Trustee of tu Internal Improvement '
Apartment A. Washington. of
Messageof Easement for road right
of Nov A I>. 1347.
beacon lights? Can they A hereby required to file your
as on are MABEL .RAULERSON SHEFFIELD. war 200 feet wide will be reaerred by
Christmas beckon those who need help to written appearance in rar office inOkeechobee C rkf Circuit Court. Okeechobee. lAId Trustees from any parcel throughwhteh
guide Okeechobee' Cnuntr. Florida Florida.By there la an existing state road;
their doors or shores, or County
before the Fifth I5th day
on and
or CONNIE. RAULERSON. D. C.SEAL and easement for drainage
carols them away from foil and disaster of January A. D. ISMS to the Bill of reclamation and for road pnrpoae ,
YEAR by Fear Christmas ? :No but the Christ can. The Complaint tor divorce filed against: MART< SCHt LMAX. will be reserved by the Board of I Fat
tbe In the Clr.
pealing Christendom bells repeat in the light of perfection drew multi. yon nit br Court Vincent of Bnromel Okeeehohee County.Florida Attorney for I'laintiff. age Commissioner District of Everglades Drain

joy of tudes to Christ Jesus and guided In default whereof Deere FroConfenKo rieocrlntloa
earthly advent of Christ Jesus. them out of the darkness of ignorance will be entered against you. NOTICE SELL OF INTENTIONTO LAND Lot 7 and S. Block :: X City ofOkeechobee Lake
Christmas really The Ofceeehobee New !. hereby dealnatrd .
what does
,But into the radiance of a in which this NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
all the newspaper IKl'STEES or THE INTERNAL
us'11at does the nativity Purcuaut to Section 15: ti.. Chapter2t
mean week
of God. a
right understanding Order Khali be published once IMPROVEMENT FUND
signify How has it influ- If our lives reflect the true spiritof for four aiccessive)hand",,"and,la.WITXS official seal and M..OIAwa Section of"7. "'Iurlda.rla Chapter 14717.of Laws 1U41. OF .THE STATE OF FLORID Jan.
enced our lives? they will be bright my of Florida Acta of ml a* amE'1U11I'1
Christinas, at Ofceechobee Florid. this the 3thiHr BOARD OF COMMISSIONFRSOF 3:00 P. M.,
,Jesus saw the light of man'strue with an ever-increasing under 4>f November MM 7.MBEI. by Suction 11. Chapter 2tai'rt Laws EVEKOI.ADKS DRAIN. I
Acta of loll and also pur-
SHEFFIELD. of Flurida DISTRICT < 8:00 P. M.
being the light which as standing of the Christ God's idea Section 42. Chapter 2U732. ,
r-I.ERK ('JR"f'IT OOTJHTBT scent to By Mabel Ra.I..... Sheffield. Ant. i
John says (1:9), "lighteth every illuming us with the divine char- .-CONME w. RAULEBSOX. .D. c. laws of Florida. Acta of 1! 4L. asamended for Trustees of the Inter '

man that cometh into the world. acter and nature of the real man. ISEAH DrURAXCE.Attorney JL-07VI. Lawa by of Section.'Iorld"rtA 19. of Chapter 1V43. for nal Board Improvement of Commissioner Fund and 55
O C.
His was the high spiritual altitude'of To let our lives proclaim the pres- For l'lalttlft.XOTICE. and Section 44. Chapter SO722. Laws of Everglades Drainage Dia.trict. ,
thought which was to transform ence of the Christ, to exemplify J of F lerlda. Acta ef 1SM1 a. amendedbr Okeecbobe County
Section 21 Chapter :079. Lawa of Florda Bronx nl
men's lives; for he saw the perfect man to refuse any Florida. Arts of 1WS. the following Bulldogging,

above the fogs of materialism the other concept of man. will kindlea OKEECIIODEE COT"NTT. FLORIDA described land in Okeechobee County, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO other cowboy

of the.son of God. light in our homes and churchesto IVeember lit 11>>7.XOTI'E Florida to-wit: SELL LAND ..-
true idea man of GIVEN tbat
GIVEN that Lola 11 and 10, Block S. City NOTICE IS HEREBY
and thereby was enabled to refute which all men will be at. I t;. HEREBY Section 0 of ("hut.r1"21M1. I Okeechobee. pursuant to Section 15 (I). Chapter 16

the false concept of man and the tracteU. nnrsnant. Laws of Florida Art of 1<.'7. Lota 1, 2. 10. 11 and 12. Block 122. 20A5S. Law of Florida. Acts of 1ML .
and Section C7 Chapter 14717. Laws
altitude of spirit in City of Okeechobee.
universe as mortal and material.So From the high known a* th.UItPIIY ACT and of Lot 11 and 12. Block 243. First of Florida. Acts of 1031. fc* amendedby
near appeared the ual revelation our comprehensionof tmrsnanee of Chanter :!Of.IAwa City ot Okeechobee. Section 1L Chapter 20fK>3. Laws ef Sam
clear so
Fbrtds. Act of DM1 known an I At:01 Arts of mi, and a.Ilant pnr
of God's creatingthat the meaning of Christmas ex- < DRAINAGE PIS- and S. Block 24, boot Okeechobee.
genuine man KVERGI.AI to Section 42. Chapter 20722
this vision of reality gave him pands. Christ the spiritual idea TRICT ACT the following describednd Lots 1, 4. 13.: 16 and 17. Browning Law of Florida, Acts of 1ML a* Only
to heal disease becomes better understood. Manis lit situated in Everglade Drainage amended br Section 13 Chapter 22079' ever fight
,. abundant power of sin from revealed all his primal spirit- District in Okweholwe Connty Fk'r.. I Addition.\V 1-2 of W 1.2 of SW 1.4 of SB Laws of Florida. Acta of 19and of Mexico
sale at pnhlir -
for .
offered of
and lift the late will tve 37S Bite ZSE.Coatainiag *eeU n 4 Chapter 2QT22. Law .
ual iteif...;tion and grandeur unlimited << outcry for the highest and best 1-4 of See 15, Twp. Florida Act of 11>>1, a* amended by real
lr. goodness and Joy and -."h rid, subject to tbe right: of the : 10 acre Block L City of Section 21. Chapter 22O79. Laws of ,
men.Mary the Dis- Lots 1 to 8 inc. Bull
Raker Eddy and good Trustees of the Internal Improvement Florida. Acta ef 1M3 the followiajt
Founder of Christian God is glorified in peace Fund and of the Board of Commissioners Okeecbobeo.Lota of described land in Okeechobee County
and 1 28' inc. Block 2. City
coverer will.This is the message of Christ- of FroTjrlade Drainage: Dia to Florida t -wtt: Silver
following defi Oeeebobee except Lot 11. 12. 13. 14, ,
Science gins the Ifonfor. trict to reject any and all hW. at theCourthnu.w Block of
and mas.-Tu CkriHto Science 1O.O eelockM 13. 18L M. 21 %!. Let 1 to 20 lac 54. City Funny
nition of Christ in -Science beginning at Block li: city of Okeechobee .
Lot 1 to :2>i, Ine
Health with Key to the Scriptures .,. on tMl{>>h dav of January ot ten Okeecbobee. except Iota 23 and 24 Lots 1 to SO inc Block 53* City of :
of land
194S. A* to ail parcel .
1 11 inc Block 16. City of OkeeebobeeIx '
manifestation of Lots to !:
". (p. 583): The divine acv or more, title to one-half Okecehobee except Iota 4 and 7. 1p JO inc block1 City of
of Cod which comes to petroleum and three-fourth*... of Trustee other S>B 1-4 of SE 1-4 ot NE 1.... East ef Oke ''bulxf< Except Lot 7 and K ,- '-')" ......
rtlnrrala will tie reaerre4 S7. Let a. Block: 40, First Add. to South f5i:1
the flesh to destroy incarnate er- Silverware. of the Internal Improvement Feed.Frsementa Parrot Avenue Section 5Ji 33 Twtt. Okperhobee.wtii Jf": ;
sat Containing acre
ror." Surely God's manifestationis V for road right ot way Will be offered for afe at public be offered for ate at penile oat.
as eternal, as ever present as Diamonds-yValches feet wide will Joe referred wircel by through saidTrustees outcry for the highest aad '-t cash ery for the highest aad beat cash bid
from any subject to the of tbs board ofCommiosionera
to our thought existing atate rold: bid. .vbjf't"t ta th, right of the R.,rd right
God.Christ appears which there l an CoiBBiimioMcrs of Everglades I>rsiinag of Everglade uralaam -
recognw this presence. and eaueiBent for drslnas and r'- of District and/or Board of County i
when we Ring & Watch Repairs will District and or 'Board of County
As this elamatlaa end tor road purposes Commlsaloaer of Okeechobee County
manifestation i .f OubobeeeolI-
wiabi Ders
this divine of Com- C
ofa tie reserved Uy the Board to reject and aU Florida ta reject any and all bid
takes place the dark shadows wl !i"twra *f Everglades Drainage ty. Florida at the Coon house any beginning at at the Courthouse beelnaln at JOo'eJk -
finite sense of existence are dispelled DUt rtct.PESCRIPTIOX. 1IO bids. o'clock A. M ea the 19th day A. 1(. on tbe Ath< day of Jan.nary. .
healed and sin Sec Twp. lire IM-i. Easement for drain- IMS. Easement for drainage and
ef Jaooary.
the are
AddUion reclamation and road purposes will be
Lola 2. 3 and 5. Brownlar aad rwlafflatfoa aad road puriMMiei -
is d *tro'rd. Lots IS and IS- Block 2. City of will be reccrred.BO reserved.


Christ Should we not follow OF THE INTER VAT. 1MPROVFMEVT and AGE DISTRICT 1:00P.,

Master's example and find Christ E STEltuna FUND OF THE feTATEUF BOARD OK COrXTY COMMISSIONERS :; andBOARD
and Joy "
within the light ,1n .IONF.H* OF OKEECHO- Adult
consciousness? To seeK BORD OF COMMI purified understanding' of the true man EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT BY MABEL RAULERSOX SHEFFIELD Br Mabel BaalerMx Sheffield !1 00 .f'
the of Circuit of
Clerk the Court -
Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of -
which ,Jesus revealed is to open By Mabel RavIeraoD 8befneld AJtf'at County, Florida, aa agent for Okeechobee County Florida Reserved :
to 1 .t tbe Internal Improvement for said, Boarda.
the door of out consciousness for Trusters flf Coa- Aid Board. aa agent Tax (
and for Iltrd *
which Fund W BATJLERSOX. -* By' Connie W. RaBierson,
.the Redeemer*,the' Christ. 107 NV :nd SU Fort. PIerce wlsntasera of Everglades Drainage By. i UDeputr Ork._. & <&* *- .-j Deputy Clerk
Jesus said is with us'"even"unto .' .-. : District. ,Okeechebe Caaaty. .Fterid "" "'
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UMT NeededTo ;
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t \ SPECIAL training theed
Cube Turkey Steaks Bolster Foreign PolicyBy swath You 1.000-00 can tte U make>you Wrtte like this-kiDc wlthwt much or
To Aid Consumption JAMES A. SHEKHOB taStoe is
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For Fowl New Analyst and Commentator. SHIRT -
Large Type
f \ ,. of finest Quality broadcloUi Scad far '
articles the drive for universal military scripUon and free sample of cloth. ; -t *>
f '" (This is tie first of two on training FLANIAT1OSJ SHun nTB _
: '". .,' ', By W. J. DRYDEN which U to bt launched toon end what tt back of that dnvf. The first article eyr .x 41* 8..ta N.r.atk:;c. .
i : '. f' ,. Turkey raisers want to produce deals with the potential effect of military training on our foreign ,policy, the
i i: .. ',. >'. the larger holiday bird-the public next with the program iJselWASHINGTON.As/.) HELP WANTED-MEXj, .

i .: : t wants the smaller fowL The cost for the foreign ministers' conference RADio SALESMEN WAXTEaAc'tattu >
i .3 a large tom is too much for the ull cart time work, large
I i in London American delegate Marshall Jt ,
f plodded along ,. prob- --- ----- nationally kao m. av.tubetaS.
f I .r:" average family. To produce a small frequently found himself reaching for one document to Ernie and Dot LJnd model sells for 2295. Order '
of is '
the gain
: I: ;{:-;; far turkey greater cost than per in pound the case of the support his cause, that wasn't there. If it had been he would Western-Winchester exhibition shooters took about two and a half KALE %U S. KaU St. Llaw. Qklfc ,

I J ji.) _; larger fowlDesiring have had concrete proof to place before the world that Amer- minutes to punch out this Christmas greeting card. They needed LIVESTOCK

around ica is not engaging in the well-known game of bluff. 220 bull's-eyes for their "Merry Christmas."
to create a
-- :... consumer demand for turkeys the That is why shortly after the second session of the 80th congress of HELP skimpy miJters by LILY stteralatur FKODCCTtOY atuggbr

... National Turkey federation and the opens in January you will see and hear a lot more about universal mili- NEWS REVIEW appetites in their with feed.Dr. A LeCeafs cow toil Cowtlon Pre.crt

'. .: Poultry and Egg National board de- tary training than you ever did before. The President as requested by to sire afasfactioo. KUar8a4-

.. the American Legion is expected to proclaim a UMT week. (January 6 SELF TOUR bones and mutes keep fa TcondaUon
j through 12), and although there will be no active propaganda on the partof Stimulate lagging appetites**S
Grows .
Inflation Dr. LeGe r' Stock: Powder
in Cwir
f ; the government departments because the administration especially Worry ; The beet stock tonic money can buy..Say
,. i the war department is going to lean over backwards to avoid the chargeof iafacttoa guaranteed

I .-' trying to. influence congress they will do whatever they can within their
I -: prescribed limits. CIO Seeks Pay Raises MISCELLANEOUS

t ; : I But there will be a concerted pro- whether the people believe this .. EXP. ROLL ree or Jumbo :! Mr?
10 repnrts 35e, 4 x ft enlargement
jl jlI !&
:. JMT drive from many private or- whether it changes the thinking of 9-- ROCKY MTN PHOTOS. B.xO-lii
; ganizations. The enough members of congress so that W. Ead S&&.. C.Ur.4. Springs Cetetafa.
; INFLATION ment. that the CIO's move for another
favorable be ob- AND>> '
American Legionis a majority can -v" BELTS PULLETS. ALL sggg
ar'vv tained. pay raise grew out of his and Prompt shipment Send for 01'C\ilar.-
f ; I 04 concentratingon What's to Be Done? other CIO leaders' moral certaintythat HYDRAULIC PRODUCTS Cat, ?
that one issue No one will make a guess now as would do East Mats St, SesUraM M.T. Bx,ttt-f -
nothing to
:i and its commander. to what the chances are. but the Administration pressure to force halt inflation congress and its continuing and ... .
James F. "situation" mentioned above already the adoption of President Truman'sproposed
f dangerous Impact on the American Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!.
O'Neil, has pub- has effected of in-
some changes anti-inflation panacea _
worker. He hoped, he said, that "it ;
licly stated, he is viewpoints.The and controlswas
volving wage won't be necessarxjo have strikes."
going to give his sources of support for UMT increasing steadily.
The decision was not entirely un- .
whole time to it. will draw heavily from administration Latest in a procession of cabinet expected. Secretary of Labor LewisSchweUenbach Get Well
;. i ;; 1 1If The VFW and regulars unless popular opposition members testifying before congres- had

> > '-,' other veterans' gives them the election year sional committees in favor of price seen it in the cards 'i QUICKERHelp
>:: o Making turkey steaks with cube organizations will jitters. controls was Clinton P. Anderson jr' -
earlier when he Fr+l.Y..r C.
line. More g
machine. fall
of .
; ft < secretary agriculture.He predicted such a he.a C-4
important per- warned the house
UMT Gather bluntly
; >; .. -- cided to utilize the machine which haps. will be the banking and currency committeethat development and fOLEY'S: Cstpeaad
warned that
t ;:' for years has been turning out the aokhage active participation Strong Support unless rising meat costs are pres-
sure general
beef cubed steak. of the power- Naturally Chan Gurney of South halted price controls "on that com-

;. ; The meat is removed from the Ail national security committee Dakota chairman of thf senate modity would be necessary by early wage increases war

i turkey and sent through the machine headed by former Justice of the Supreme armed services committee and spring. Describing meat and grainas mounting with ris-

i ; ; and out comes a four or six Court Owen J. Roberts. This Chairman Walter G. Andrews of foodstuffs in which early short- ing prices.

i' f ounce steak ready for the stove and committee formed about two New York of the house committee of ages can be foreseen. Anderson Meanwhile congress keep l me'say
fs : months ago is an offshot of an ear the whose out the likelihood that early dissatisfied
1, then the lunch box or the formal same name subcommittee pointed SchweUenbach
---. lier citizens' committee headed by with President Tru
: dinner. under Representative Harry 1948 would see fantastically high

: Consumption of turkeys has been Justice Roberts which unsuccess Towe of New Jersey produced the prices of meat. man's 10-point anti-inflation program -
i fully urged passage of a universal bill of continued working on cost-
less than five which is now pending before the There was a profusion thinkingon
I pounds per capita. military training bill through the which of-living problems with two cabinet
With development of the turkey house are enthusiastic supportersof the inflation problem soL
i last session of congress. Like the to officers under orders to draft specific old! folks
t steak the turkey industry is endeavoring the measure. And it is expectedthat r had done little except promote many
earlier group the purpose of this and bills to fight inflation.
friends would-be
of presidential widespread disagreement
I t to attain a per capita output aboat fc3 tasfog
national security committee com-
candidate Dewey will fall in line uncertainty among the people.
10 times higher. The cubed turn -
t key steak can be quick frozen and posed of veterans' groups like the since universal military training is The administration congress as LEAGUE: SCOTT'S EMULSISXTbomaad ,

i 1 packaged in the same manner as Legion and VFW as wen as the na- one of the major issues which the a body and private citizens re- For PoliticsEver

." many other kinds of steaks. This tional chamber of commerce. Rotary New York governor has endorsed. mained at odds concerning what V' of happy

: new plan is expected to assure the clubs and the League of Women If this assumption is correct S 18- should be done. Robert S. Nathan, since t:.a Taft-Hartley act folks know hint Good.
I Voters is to coordinate efforts to
Scott gmuhtoa
former government economist outlawed the spending of labor union tutus
turkey raiser that there will be no tor Ives and Republican House Majority -
get universal training enacted into help you ward off eoI4 -HJ s yeaget
called for an immediate 20 to 25 per funds for political purposes, the
\. : overproduction turkeys. Leader Halleck could be ir>- weB factcr-aad fc.Jp> yea kws
: law.The cluded. Senator Saltonstall of Jas- cent rollback in prices and pre- unions have been busy setting up going strong whra your diet ed a'.
interesting thing about the renewed sachusetts has expressed his approvaL dicted a "bust" next year if the special agencies through which they more natural ALP Vitamins I Scotfl

1 drive for military training, > Candidate Stassen and his situation remains uncontrolled. can apply political pressure in 1948. a HIGH ENERGY FOOD TONIC '

t I Fattening Crate I It as the men who have negotiated friends, though not at this writing Secretary of the Treasury' John Most recent such political league rich and is cnerBT-tmildnr s.atrsl A&D Vilaara*******

l"l"I American foreign policy interpret it. committed are emphatically friend- Snyder issued a direct challenge to has been organized by the Interna- oil Try HI See how well )oc'

is that UMTs military function is ly. Governor Warren another congress to come up with some tional Association of Machinists fed Easy to tat aM fi*
volt secondary. Let me explain it this avowed candidate took the troubleto workable idea of its own to combat (lAM); it is called the machinists' .Bay today trw '
; : nay: fly East to address sympatheti- rising costs of living. non-partisan political league and I dreg dorelMQRE !

t Earl Bunting president of the National will "aid working people exercise than fust a fookit's -

: t" Granted that the Kremlin policy Association of Manufacturers their right to vote more effectively" powerful nounshmenf

is a long-range plan of active epitomized the attitude of private according to Harvey W. Brown.

r .-L ; aggression whose most Immediate business and industry in general by IAM presidentIn

I fA goal is to get control over as x} calling for greater production per 1948 it'will "concentrate on re- -
nations much disputed man per day. reduced taxes and a
many or as placing the pro-employer TaftHartley -
,,,=-.'.", OM ..OTTOMj territory as possible and Rn.. a curb on exports. congress with one composed of
I What it amounted to this
was :
absorption of control over Germany those who will consider the interestsof
: ft"OllAat.1. aROrrtwt .OMLD S You either were in favor of price
t ; ;- as its chief goaL F an groups in our country rather
.. and wage controls or against them. ?
< than the narrow interests of a single
f' i' 'j.':"'" ... Granted that communism In You pay your money and you take t il/fJjSu/ftA
.#1.> Europe at this writing is on the your choice; but in any event with \ In vim cm MI nut tt

j defensive and will be even more STASSEN DEWEY inflation a predominant condition of Other leagues of similar political RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
# ; I bent are the CIO political action
1 .:<- .:, may be advisable to confine so U the European recovery They favor UMT the economy you pay your money. committee the AFL labor's educa
I. poultry in small pens for market
plan succeeds. Meanwhile the
... feeding. This fattening crate is easily Russians will take every step call,. the Roberts national security WAGE DRIVE: roadunions'tional and political railway league labor's the politi-rail-
made by the poultry raiser and committee at length when it
I short of was
war.Granled Third RoundSince cal league and the communication
also wiU make an ideal broody coop. formed. There are many other
Feeding and watering troughs that Russia does not workers group.
I prominent suporters. there apparently Is no way I
r i. \ should be placed' so that the birds wish to fight a war at present. of eliminating inflation in the fore- WARFARE

may secure food and water between Russia knows we know that. But Senator Taft is definitely opposed seeable future the CIO decided the :

the slats. Place a wire bottom so Russia knows that we not only to universal military best thing American labor can do is Plastic Tanks Largo tiottlea s eert'LS+aslSts.bOt

that drippings can fall through to a do not want war, she also knows training, which he groups with to string along with it. *tWIII W till IS ItUtm*

I l J removable dropping board fort WE COULD NOT FIGHT ONE other "controls" which are obJectionable That was the philosophy behind Tanks as we know them may be u tu Lin im itnts*w iu u tm** irfwna

:' cleaning. not only because we have only a to him. CIO President Philip Murray's an- for the memory only in a few more mi e,mmnfttt $.TUjtM
t t if the prediction of
.. years Maj. Gen
",..'. handful of troops on the continent nouncement that the labor organization James M. Gav\n is sound.In -- --
may considered
seek general Increases
wage *
F De-icer lor Livestock (a force greatly outnum- strong from the extreme right and for its six million workers the event of another war tanks

: bered by the Red army) but because ,the extreme left. It is hardly likely in basic industries.It made largely of plastic and lIght 1 I I WHAT IS OfTlH'

-p& we are woefully unprepared that Representative Vito Marcan- presaged a new series of labor enough to be flown from one frontto 1 FIRST SIGN 0HEADCOtDT

n a tomo, who has the support of Com- difficulties which probably will another win play a decisive role

tw W LR.drTnwastnt Therefore the Russians know munists in New York, would vote reach a crucial peak next March the military expert said In a copy Aneoerr A dry., irJay feeding is ....

they can go much ,further In for UMT. and ApriL More than that it was righted %article in the Armored Just Z drops of Penetro Now Drops ia

<. theircold war" than they oth- Outside of congress the church the development most feared by Cavalry Journal each reduce nostril nasal soothe congestwn.irritated You mambrataa.blSdbsfreer

{( I -Coked A.nl.e erwise could. They can play organizations and a large army ol economists frantically trying to Gavin, who commanded the para- and feel relief immediate1T-

; ; 1 veh. their obstructionist game in the mothers are opposed. The only way combat inflation-official launching chute assa'alt troops in the Nor- AtO5EDRDPS

l .r. I foreign ministers' conferenceand their view can be changed UMT of the third general round of wage mandy invasion said the heavy PENETRDWhen .

lt lloadlate in the United Nations carryon supporters say is to convince them demands since the war. tank of World War II Is so outdated -
fi --- -
# I : .:__tlKtrKot tord.kI active propaganda against us that our boys will be safer ,trained Murray seeking to justify the decision it "belongs in the Smithsonian In>

along the periphery of their satellites than untrained, that In every war claimed that since the war stitution."

: I wtr NMa. and even ACTIVELYAID we have had to have a trained citizen workers had suffered a net loss of "Either we develop the means
army in the end. Twice whilewe 18 cent in the
armed forces within per purchasing power that will a
.. non- enable us to fly everything
.Lootf cok1.
waited to train it, thousandsdied of their weekly
satellite border states as they earnings despite we need for combat or another
Con In and some went into service wage increases. '. nation -
f ; s are doing Greece. will, he asserted. "If another
without proper preparation. He added, in a tone 01 disfuusion-- "
does-wen, we've had It.
'.;; nuible.trCr. The Russians feel they can yea tw inriK
take this coarse because they

believe that the American pee.pie

t themselves win not back TURN FOR THE
A barnyard drinking cup in an any BBTlEItTeacher :
< where stock threat to their (Soviet) aggression .
open area have access WNU-14. _
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to it from all sides has been developed nor, they think will Amer-
recently. The rests ica support any step to strengthen -
cup on a
r I heavy steel cylinder installed in the the military machine of the Crisis Eases in Your
United States. u.s.
earth to protect the water supply

pipe electric heating unit for the Back Hurts
That is the the hand
reason of
heating cable for the pipe and our "The present school rear marks fields has been slowed. The
cup. public ing the profession
1 thermostatic switch. -Drawing by policy makers would be greatly the beginning of a turn for the bet- has become aroused to the dangers tractive economically at- And.Yow Strength nod
; strengthened if universal military' as a lifetime career.
Geneva Agricultural Experiment ter in education in the United threatening our schools." was the Energy |a Below Far
training were established here because '
station States." committee's conclusion.At "2 A number of states have UbJ. II &a7 In ca-S by e..ed&of, kldaey ;
it would show that America is That < fueUoa LIla perra4a 0
high note of optimism was the same time eralized retirement allowance
really backing its diplomats.Of however the 50 s es ale
I":. sounded in a progress report issued report warned that upward progress and sick-leave provisions and reduced ::::. teat tired wok sad n sfsAbwbea
;. .- f Cannibalism TermedFrequent by the citizens federal committee must continue and that to consider the teaching load. 1M kldaeys fall so ssati..-'ttsblood. .+ ,u.'.
aeida sad ether vast
course the argument thata on education through the U. S. office the educational crisis But the committee .
I Winter as did
a thing of not mint.mire e'rliaatie
: strong military organization of education which asserted that a the past would be the,fact Yon ny suffer ..O btc b.cks....
f' premature. that there .
i Cannibalism may be started in prevents war because it reduces problems paiM.1tM4adMs.
five-year downward trend In educa-
r. } the.laying house during the winter I the chance of attack Is aa old tion has been reversed. Among the accomplishments listed still to be solved For ODe IJ op.. aigbts, kg pa.eats o,
for the thing, the lregaat ..
R I months due to confinement of birds one. But under the peculiar International Titled "Citizens Look at Education past year were: rise In cost of living has tioa wttb o.artag sad bnnsl'... r
more than -r
-1 adjusted to ranges to lack situation which largest teachers' eaten up the advance in etba.iga&UI semstkx;
s formerly estate the report is thg first pamphlet IThe salary tn- teachers aa1 Wkid.yor bU of proper air. Improper housing. today, it Is probably more issued by the 27-mexnber: group which ever have been Tfea.. and workers In Tars siwOd b41 a.doubt ahac prem..$-
'Injured birds left in early' true than ever before tohistory. granted In a many fields aim:earn more eratnat b slier than *.Is-
IJ-month ou the
1h : Boor Saying. formed in April 1946, to carry the period an average, than Oom's WZs. It b b tttt t t.7::
-1' booae. ,btew-oo-1 fnaumcientandmproAulleonstructed teacher crisis to the country. average increase of about $300 or. teachers. MdieiM taat fcu wen raatrf ..o:1Itfib.
nests as about ,13 per cent Another obstacle to be pl9fti Urns oat .oastkla esi
"There is abundant evidence that overcome ....Do.s a lava b.ea arW'" teen
'. well uld:1eoess.: : :: crowding and !D- Whether or not a'bin authorizing the ominous deterioration of our An'ncrease in is the immense need for teachers t uayan. Ar. st aU *..! *ea'

.' a4eq\Jate eating and drinking space. universal military training Is passed edueational system has been arrestedTbe 2 any scales in maximum sal- caused, In part by the increased blab tit O****. t.dsy. ;:-

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I closed it quickly. When he let go of SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

FICTION her she hung on to his lapels.
CORNER Ted spoke through her hair. "You

were saying something about some ?i1/efE-ffJaiforeI9uinpcr d3/ou.sc

NO OTHER WAY I guy: named Lloyd ana

I By WILLIAM COLE I! JUDY waited ground until again she beneath could ber."Don't feel. Sfurricerr Cfoileor o

i ia Joke about it. Ted please.
;;:. The man wants to marry me."
kept her eyes on the Jersey sitting on the benches around them "He does?" Ted shook his head

JUDY line all the while she was as though they were directly re1P'nible. In wonder. "Trou don't say so?" NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets

This was more like it. This was there are no chemicals, *o minerals,
tt..1 I don't know what to do.heYaidl ." "Let me ten you" he said "you've Ted. Judy sighed. If she could only no phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are
"He asked me. if I could got to be somebody to starve to keep him like that. / different-or* different Purtiy vtgtloiA

toilet- him know tonight." death in this town. Do you think "I don't'suppose I want to marry \!puwj\ / ingredients-a combination formulated of over 10 vegetable 50 years

had tried to tell Ted about they'll let anyone starve No you?" Ted said.' "I suppose my Intentions ago. Uncoated or candy coated, their
She earlier that evening You've'got to have background. aren't honorable action is dependable, thorough, ytf
.Ttord Richards You've got to have gentle, as sn lion of NR's have
-first, when, they a college diploma He was still smiling, but it was
Get 25*box. Use directed.
and proved. a at
I --1 met. and then when a certificate and an office to very much on the surface. "I suppose
I' they were having hang them, up in. and then okay, if there weren't a darn good
This dinner>in the cafeWeeks you can go ahead and starve." reason, we wouldn't have married
teria-but each time The woman on the next bench was long ago?"
PR TO.N Gt1Toaw..a
she had made the eyeing Ted nervously. Judy stood Two years, to be exact. Two years
Best mistake of looking up.'"Let's watt a bit" she suggested. that could have been among the happiest e .ert OWCXROJCFF8KACB

at him. And thenI"tC110h1 She slipped an arm through his in their lives.
they were in the and walked lightly beside him a "Tell me," Judy said. She tried to BSKESTM*
I narrow park by the slim girl in a simple dark .dress. keep her tone light. "Just for the j '
river, and she Her brown eyes were troubled, as record. What was that wonderful I '
I Ted hurried her along. He couldn't .
reason again
it off more.
i .,.ildn't cut, any
( stay depressed long-not when she Ted turned away, wearily. "Let's
i Be '. he says" we could bet was with' him. When they were together skip that for once," he said.'She'slIpped k' i
tomorrow. she went on.
:, "-He'* staying in town another day." I //'IF/ I

And there it was! She sat back t
and pressed her hands in her lap.

She didn't want Ted to see ,how they t
were trembling.But f 't "tz

Ted wasn't watching.. His _
arms were hooked over the back of
the bench and he was staring out on

the Hudson. His short-cut hair ,and

dark, brooding face stood out sharp

11 against the cluster of lights from HERE'S a practical set of play
the Palisades. She reached out to togs winter wear a pert
touch him-to clear that face, even '' 1706 suspender skirt for sis, and over-
for a moment-then she fought back alls and jacket that are suitablefor

the impulse. "Ob, I'm going to 12-42 either a boy or girl. Use a
oil twice with the AC 5
wildly. "If
she thought
till him sturdy corduroy in or brown.
SMART, neatly tailored jumper navy Star Quality" Oil Filter. AC has
he Just sits there and takes it like A .
!" that buttons from waist to Pattern No. 8238 is for' sizes 2. 3. 4. 5 the only filter element with add.
that hem and has skirt Hi wards of cloth Collector Tabs
an interesting yoke 1ntlearke 'iwt proof glass
"1 think you .should do it. Ted sleeve 1tt yards;
treatment. A half belt front and overalls !*; yards. Trap, to pre-
said. back is a nice finish. To match, a vent oil pollution f I L).
Judy went limp. She dug her nails crisp classic blouse that can have SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. and engine r
530 South Wells SL Chicago 7. m. o p
flesh and felt nothing.
into her j
short or long cuffed sleeves. Enclose 25 cents in coins for each wear. One of
I promised I'd call him. she pattern desired. 10 big AC fea
said weakly. "He'll Vaiting.." Pattern No. 1706 comes in sizes 12, 14, tures.
16 18. 20: 40 and 42. Size 14. jumper. 2'i Pattern No She_
Imagine? Making a crack like yards of 54-inch; blouse, short sleeves 2 Nam-
that! She'd fix him good! ____ _yards ot..J-inch. SIGH
--Why shouldn't <'you*" Ted 'said Addre

gain.,"This: Richards can give you
Popular PlayNo
the things you ,should have." He _
Jtra1ibened"his leg and 'h1 ,heel _
stage play in American his-
tore a rut in the dirt'path.. "Whatcan CFMPPED SIPS?
I ?" tory ever achieved the popularityof
give you .
Ten Nights in a Barroom which
Nothing. Ted. Nothing Jat aH, you l had its premiere in Boston in 1854. that a job for Comfy and Tiny
big lug. Only, everything a,girl. an arm through bis and walked lightly beside him, a Although some 50 years have
"What could I' give you?" Ted slim girl In a 'simple 'dark dress. passed since its heyday when the MENTHOLATUM TWINS

went on. "You'd have some life with he was soon the real Ted. She was as tired of the subject as hundreds of companies were per-
me.' Dinners In caf eterias.i Evenings And that couldn't help but make a he was. They had been over and forming it, this melodrama is still R ma, e
in parks On our honeymoon, for success. That was why it was important over it countless times without getting being presented in this country.

variety we'd go to a museum. You'd that they. any place. ; .Yes, Ted said, Four movies of it were made be-
have some" sweet life!" Ted freed his arm and tried to he knew all about it. Two could tween 1909 and 1931 and a revivalwas smilelenb

It sounded sweet enough to 'Judy,' drop it; around her. Judy stepped live as cheaply as one, sure. And staged on Broadway as late
but she didn't say as much. This aside. Ted looked surprised and Judy could keep her job. Sure. Okay, as 1932.DOURLEFILTERED.
was" the beginning of a familiar drew her into the, shadow. of a he said, he didn't think she could
routine. There was nothing that tree. support him in the manner in whichhe

could be done until it ran itself out.' "Hiya. Judy. !" He was smiling at had become accustomed. Andso

"A lawyer Ted said. He addressed her now. until the time he could handle gently help soothe tender lip
the single star that hung ". it's getting late she, said. that end of it decently himself...,. FOR EXTRA QUAUTYPURtTYI '(MENTOLATUM, kin.quickly revive dried oat"thirsty*
cIim11.above. ""Twenty-live'thousand "1 have to call Lloyd.; Judy knew it was useless, but still fan I ThIs name.Moralise,cuaran When biting raw wind cut lips, kin cells, help them retain needed ,
lawyers in New York weren't, "Lloyd? Who's Lloyd she persisted. She had used the same URNS tee highest quality.;: Only lOc.VIIOR leave them dry and cracked and to moisture.lips Soon feel sof smarting tcr moother pain leave,
enough. I had to starve, too." She looked at 'him furiously. phrases so often, she knew them by CUTS- painful it even hurts to smite--qukkl your mile again.Get Meatholatnm j today.you

It didn't do any; good to tell.him "We've only been talking about him heart "Don't you see, darling, 'Cum MOROLINEPETROLEUM call for Mentholatum Camphor and,minty containing Menthol.comforting ALSO IWEYES IW. OLD ST1If lEU.
that.things were bad allover, 'that for .the last .!" we'd at least have each other: SCI1'U JEi.tV Them famous Mentholatum ingred- CHEST-COLD TIGHTNESS; MSAl IttTUTlM

tiler.would pick up; that, after'all. "Gosh honey Ted ran his hands Those other things aren't. important. .
be 'was only out of law school 'a back over her hair. "You're so I We'd at least. :
'n'didn't do good swelL" "Let's not discuss it," Ted said.
short time. any
ten "Ted, now pL .1" Judy wrenched We'll just have to wait. 1000
.when he was like this; to him Hour Power Pack r
and then "Why should wait? She
anything He glared at the people her mouth to one side we
clenched her hands angrily. "We
don't know how long it'll be. I wantto
settle it-right now!

see.He Before turned you back speak to her to your slowly.friend"I, Included I with this Sensational New 1943

::1:1Bomonui "
.1 'CROSSWORD PUZZLE : Mr.She Richards had forgotten? about that but

now she met his gaze fully. "Yes
before X speak to him."

"It's always good to have a guy TinA "' <(
In reserve, isn't it?" Ted said. for U-nH.d
at.Us to Nut......
She gulped in some air. All right

my boy; O. K. She waved at him FULL YEAR'SPOWER
1.To.'ceaseSF. ; ; airily. "So nice to have known you"

g she said, and walked away. SUPPLY
mammal 14 "What was so nice about it?" Ted
a Migration called after her. Battery Operated Table Afocfc/j j je
12 No core; in .
r e 1' Oh it was pretty nice, Theodore, at no
tennis don't kid yourself. But Judy didn't
+13 Chalice glance back. She crossed the drive
UThis place 181S and went on down the street.

Solar disk Back In the park there, she knew,
36 End i >a he was miserable. And that made 1
18 Cull-like bird her miserable too. But they couldn't of.---t-
11 Spanish >} 10 t 2
j go on like that Indefinitely There
article was no other way. "';

20 Constrain ; Besides, it wouldn't last long. She H:
21 Feline knew'his moods perfectly. Let's see
23 Archaic: now. She looked at her watch. Two ;X

ulttquity FF minutes for despair, then the next ...:=; :: ,. .
2S Gone by 4 two for thought and then, in
:Heraldic: about two or three more. ':

grafted J i j She slowed down. She wasn't so
{ 9
29 Kiln sure now. They'd fought before and <

33 Third sign sometimes hadn't made up for days.; ,<:7<
of the zodiac But then he didn't have much to ,;
33 Yellowish worry about. He could just let it
3'7 Sweetsop s3 slide. He could let everything slide.
38 :
Latvian This time. .
40 Instrumental'duet She was near panic when she ;
-- reached the corner-and then she
t1 Local: tobewitch heard heavy footsteps behind her ,=1

She caught a glimpse of Ted as'she ,j."i,;
42 Before No. U rounded the building. And his wild y r ..
44 Tilled land '
frightened face was enough. The
46.Symbol for 6 Charm 36 Devoured 47 Banters in only thing that troubled her now '--
calcium 39 To was'where they would live :
against 0 Plane surface uptown
Annoyss witchcraft 51 Retained or out In the suburbs. e iN.wt
53 43 Lasso
Catastrophe ? StickY tub- Mine entrance 52 To C'Ut, with As for her conscience that didn't a -
55 So be it stance "m1ck" her Gxwk In/nw.it.bid 1411 };
trouble at all Consciences,
58 Entry Those things 4S fa CeremonY On the ocean M Digit sometimes; were pretty much of a! rrsedij'' aeatxrixd iJ%' WJ Ej-9y." = ;,:;

5'1.Poetic to pTo gather a bore. And as for Lloyd Richards- lie ii Performance! Big i ii Size highby9 : deep ;ecladi t'IW --_ "
unclose 10 Gaelic .&a.." .. Paste N.' '" well'she wouldn't even have to call petr..pa4. .> :

53 Narrow 11 To caps1eribbon knew ber She '
A R him, Lloyd answer.
$9 1'1 Spanish hero s o p t o 0 had,given it to him that afternoon. SiuaNlIyMPrke.
Reeeptions Numeral
22 p A R fi Y B I N A R Y .
;. fJO Greek letter 24 For fear
g A R T T A 50,900 Youngsters Select
81'poker stake that Outstanding long-distance reception everywhere made $3995J
N e t a
25 Turkish title AO ( c s Ideal Father and ,Mother 1
28 To become LET B A ii ![ I T E R :possible: byAdmirai's perfected superhet circuit with dual I
!_O Vertical 28lUver'iD AR c P A 4 0S NEW YORK. ---1'h8.1deaJ father and'mp e-purpose long-life low battery drain tubes.
:: baa the daring of Roy' Rogers the
A A P r A p ,
'Africa Easy-to-read beautiful slide-role '.
dlaL ,dynamic i ispeaker
of Santa Claus and the
4 1 Lath for s E A N A Ei generosity
29 Symbol .
gives superb tone quality.Comes in satinsmoothmahogany
:CoUoqu1al: to oleum A ti 9 8 F C protectiveness of singer Jack Smith
;t. cam ao Citymagia MEND L B I T E according to 50,000'ehildre! .' ;, finished. cabinet. Truly. a value sensation! EASY TERMS.. / ,.' '
3To conquer trate B a I A A R The Ideal mother" has 'the "soft -"" -/ J .
2. t Normal con31 French colD w B N robustness of actress Linda Dar '
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&. tour feather 32 Pair., nell, the :sultry mystery" of Paul- S' -'
x <'Situ at' 7S ,. < ee '.7 lI/t. .. '._, .' N "- ..
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: ', :: THE OKEEd4 SEE NEWS Friday Dec. 3L'1147'

.., : The f lowlng. ndei1ta from the,
Perswul' '
Local awl
; j University of Florida at Gainer
You Should Know
and Places
People will spend, the Holidays: at their,
in Okeechobee
homes :
Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Bibb were
Haynes Williams, Frank and
visitors spending Saturday in
1 Laurens Reeves Tommy Evans,
Jack and Ruth Elledge, Bill Heart
Business Directory ny. Dave Hamri Jr:. John Whid-
: Alma Joyce Trumbell and Tiny den Elphia Harden.
Watford who attend Junior CollegeIn
West Palm Beach have arrivedin
"" ,. Okeechobee for the Christmas The responsibility of tolerancelies
--uu..JYJYJ-J A BUYER'S GUIDE ..-uuu- -- - Holidays. with those who have the wider

vision.-George Eliot.Salesman.
Gene Elledge who attends

t I' Patronize These Progressive Merchants Medical will spend School the in Holidays Baltimore in this Md.

: city with his parents, Mr. and If you are financially re pcntl-
i Mn.: ;Harry Elledge.MUt .
bit with sales ability or Licensed

Real Estate Siltimitt, l&tsmtsd.
Betty Jane Waiddtn, a in a lifetime connection In the ;
t. tudint nuns at Good Samaritan
neal Estate busl&Mi, 'whsrs om.
r Electric Service & Repair Co. HeiplUl in Welt Palm Stub iivitUlBt missions Sa. the higher bracket eta ,
.her >Daunts fro and Mri
CONTRACTING AND SERVICE WORK be earned th a contact us at ones,
t3 Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing. John Whiddca. We are Nationally Known Real

155 innovation Estate Brokers operating 11It
il Phone Doing Piisiness At Postwar for railroad States,selling Farms; Business and
passengers introduced by Pull 1an.
Residential properties. Can- be
C. L. Strickel Manager
Standard Car Mfg. Co. is piping
MIXON'S GARAGE conducted from your home. No
:: Bldg. Okeechobee, Fla. mechanically cooled drinking water capital Investment required. We
Markham Phone 132 .P. O. Box 817 into private sleeping rooms. supply training and necessary sup

plies. Real Estate experience not
Al Raulerson and Virginia Lee essential. Write us stating business -

Culbreth Students at Stetson background and qualfications.Earl .
University will spend Christmaswith Dolph of WEST'S FARM
THE ONLY.PICKUP AND Gilbert Culbreth their parents' Mr. and Mrs. AGENCY, INC., Atlantic Court

""J H. H. Raulerson. and Mr. and Mrs. Apts.. Stuart Florida.CLASSIFIED.

f Dry Cleaning & Laundry : r. Ranges, Hot Water Heaters
Mr. and Mrs. Milton McGuke AN
f Bendix, Maytag, Easy, Conlon washers and ironers. Deep freeze of Muncie, Indiana friends of Mr.

I'I boxes, Wayne water softeners, RCA, Zenith, StrombergCarlson and ,Mrs. Gordon Lollar, returnedto

GLADES CLEANERSPhone radios, Johnson Outboard Motors, Onan LIghtplants, Berkeley their home last week after MAN WANTED Good nearby

water pumps. spending two weeks bass fishingin Rawlelgh business now open. If
Lake Okeechobee.. !Mrs. McGulre
Next Door to Theatre Call Phone 54 willing to conduct Home Service r
156 Pickup and Delivery and her daughter Miss Rita McGuire business while earning good living
are the only motherdaughter
write immediately. Rawleigh's,
practising Attorney's in the
Dept. FAL-530-45, Memphis Tenn.
United States.

BURNEYKELZFormerly Modern Dry I Cleaners Win Hori'da l S-H State Honors

F'WItIDA Con State winners in the 1947 Farm Safety. Garden.- Ores .1
Rene and Tractor Maintenance awards programs, who will each re-
I 4DENMARK'S :/' CLEANING-PRESSING-ALTERATIONS calve a trip to the 2Cth National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago Nor. SO-
pec. 4, and brief outlines of their records follow

Outfitters Phone 95 .. Frank Jasa, 17. of !Malabar is 1947<< 4-H Tractor Maintenance
i Complete Home the ''state wInDer In the 1947 4-H awards program. His Chicago Congress
Harden_acUTit7 la; which AHIsChaUneri trip is provided by American
Okeechobee, Florida provides the awards.Frank's Oil' Co. He has been a
Tecord-shows that daring 4-Her' for four years His record
J. E. Cone Mgr.
Phone 115 yeam of; dub work he raised shows that IhstrucUens he receivedIn
aree r.,acres of garden. He estlnates 'Tractor Maintenance has 'resulted ,
bit ,garden project. income in labor saying low repaid
J -,. it. $2,093.0o'The booth, in which costs Increased farm production,
ils vegetables were exhibited .won and better! family tiring. Merwyfi
Brit j price at,the central Florida has also demonstrated the value
W. Yates J. L. BARBER fair the last two :years. Frank says of ;tractor maintenance to more
be,has, learned much about fertl- taaa! Mfr people. Record keeping
I i JATESJO hears;; selection ot seeds and time has provided him with first-hand
FUNERAL HOME fef Ranting. information on fuel consumption:
Abstractor Frances Le File, 18. of Oehevs, and. sisal cost of operating his

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Fort Pierce, Fla.

I Prompt Ambulance Service

Residence Telephone 117iHiKuifflM :

,. ,. 'Z.Fr. -

SeeOKEECHOBEE ; u8iiiiam4Oiuw ..,Jtm FTMCM te: fSt M.rwy*B......Ii Ctrely Dv ,1*rty

Deceives the Chicago trip award farm tractor. He has served at
provided by the Simplicity Pattern rice president, secretary-treasurer
MOTOR CO. We take this opportunity Co., for mating and modeling the and Jfator leader of his local 4-H
top rating outfit la the State 1947 Club.
I. SALES SERVICE to wish Everyone VV Dress Berne.- Her' winning outfit Carolyn Danghirty, 19, of Mel
: _\.: ; '.. : Is 'a"roae red rayon crepe ores*. bourse, receives a Chicago Club
.' The blouse has simple high round Congress trip award from General
FOR U. TIRES 'r : ;.i : neck and short sleeves. The skirt Motors Son her outstanding record
,. Is made with a peplum and slit in the 1947 State 4-H Farm Safety
r. -1"" at the bottom.'Frances chose black Beth ity.'Carolyn's achievements la
V Puroil Products, Ford Parts-Service spectator pumps black bag and safety work Include winning of the
P. O. Box 476 Phone 44f' 8' white gloves. Total cost-of dress county are prevention contest; f fducting
I ,
and accessories was 126.95. State and con
/ winners who participate in the Na- ausafety survey that resulted
t i" tional 4-H Dress Revue Presentation In ridding the farm and
at the'Chicago Club Congress homey of many accident hazards..
i J Atlantic Service Sta. WE SPECIALIZE apP1J ana wW each receive a $25.00 17. 8. She has served. leader, president,
Sayings Bond. secretary treasurer and reporter
v : Paul D. Robbins Owner Merwyn Barrlneau.x15, of Canton- of her club, and Is BOW attending
} ti Wrecker Service In Curing and ment, is the state winner la the Coker College.All .

24'Hours a Day Smoking Meats 1rQ5p..errxu : of these activities are conducted under the direction of the Sxtea-
1't 1
Service of the State Agricultural College aad USDA cooperatfsc
r; EJJDE BATTERIES Also wholesale and
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I' .i All,Night CafeOKEECHOBEE. Parrott Ave. ... we can't vouch for the accuracy of the figures quoted below,
E we did get a bang out of the following "balance heet" received in*the
t F FLA.l' mall this morning: _


tV Sheet (Certified)
Electrical And
North ParkPackage Year Ending February 29, 1947
J-\ Population of the United States __P 135,000,000

i 'i .RefrigerationSales- Store Phone 9-1 People 65 year old or older L ;'i:57.0
__t I.; : .. Service .. '1 Ji, Balance left to do the work -, -0 98,000.000

0 Liquor Wines Cordial.Nest People'21'yeara or younger 54,000,000
:_ -**--v

I., I ..,! : VI Door To All Night QUICK RELIEF FROM Balance left to do the work'_ ._...._. 44,000,000
i StationPHONE People working for the government __.- .. 21,000,000
Symptoms DistrasArtsingfresatSTOMACH r .'
f 153 Balance left to do the work n_ 2 0003 ,000
l EXCESS ACID RoseGuaranteed People 1n the Armed Sevviee V _V 10,000,000
--4LA'V l Free BeekTelsef HerneTreataieattiut ".
Must Help or It WHI Celt Yea Nothiac Feed Balance left to do the workPeople V __L 31 ,poo,00o
t ,3-S T:: ALTO WATFORD & SONS Over three million bottle" of be w.u.u. in State and City Offices ... 12,800,000
TBCATMKMT bave been old for relief ot ?
f i East SidePackage tympteu otdJa&reaaris1A.StMMcit BURGESS SUPPLY:
Gulf StationThat tad D...tfM.l UlcndaMMM. to[saw AcWp -
t '. Die.ti.n.tar 01' U.... ata.ata, COMPANY Balance left to do the work '. ... _.' -:00,000
1 Good Gilt c... C due_LOEacesAedSokion1Sdtyi. HcMtbum.K..**11a.trUltor.WUUrtf's etc, People la Hospitals '& Insane Asylums ... %fOOO
t Store
.: Ask: M*..P" which fuUj .
GULF PRIDE OIL s It-iAt tbla Watmea&-Irs.- Phone Na.104 P. O. Box 3S V
vr* Balance left to do the work 74,000
l PARK DRUG, CO i Bnms'and other who
t Lle..re Wise Cordials won'trwork 62,000
: V Balance left to do the work' :. 12.0W

V EAST OKKECHOBEE Persons In jail. -.- ?.,-' t .... i..J .. 11,998

lSTATE".OAD. NO. 8 IB The Heart Of Town Advertise ,in The QktichibN News --: -:-.,' t ..t.
-V_ V ."'1\ PHONE US.l Weedy or Daily Bates ,_ Balance left" to do the work "j,=Vt :: ,.V .g
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