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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: October 11, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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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).
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Volume 32 Number 21 Okeechobee Florida
xFriday October 11 1946
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': Co. Commissioners'I HENRY METER MRS Loc Defeated .CURTIS WRIGHT NAMED Alto Purchased' EvergladesHotel
A. L. HARDEN WERE MARRIED ACTING CHIEF GAME WARDEN Watford !

IX WAYCROSS, GEORGIA FOR THIS DISTRICT
t Transact Business I Moore,Haven on Building and Lot and Plans

A. Curtis Wright who" has, served as
Henry Deeter and Mrs L. Harden

In Regular Session were married in Wayoross, Ga., Last Friday Nit Game forth Warden put for three Okechob year hal County been To Build New Rooms or Apartments

on Thursday September 26. After
I named Acting Chief'Game Wardenfor
spending several days traveling 'in this District In plao of Earl '
The Board of County Commissioners , The Okeechobee High School football REV. C. C. EILAND DIED AT Alto Watford! hai 'pniebssed 'the
Georgia and North Florida they returned Rleeo of Stuart who rontly rtilgned. I I
of Okteohobt Florida, defeated the Moors Harm
County to boys H* hat already assumed his HIi HOME IN BAGDAD Everglade Hotel and already took
Okeeohobtt where
met In adjourned canton on Septern-I they boys by a score of 44 to T In a lame new duties WEDNESDAY MORNING charge of the property. R* moved
s bar 30, 19 8"'at 10:00: A. M. will, !make their future horn*. played on the local grounds last Fri. The appointment of Mr. Wright in the first October and will 'op'
Present went Commissioners C. They are spending a few days In day night before a good crowd ',ol will meet with the approval of all Rev. C. E, Elland pastor of the irate lit. In the future. '

E Drawdy, Chairman) W. F. Wal I .Miami this week visiting Mrs, Deet local fans The' attendance was not of the people of the district a* he First Baptist,Church of Okeechobee, In discussing the deal Mr: Wat
ker, 0, J, Chapman, F. M.' Mobley, e'r's sister and also her son and, his si large as the game the. week before has earned the job' by'coming up received a telephone call Wednesday ford stated that the name would be
B. C, Swain; Attorney T, W. Conely,I family. against TltusvilU when the largest from the ranb.Judges morning announcing the death, of his changed from the Everglades Hotelto
Jr. Sheriff N. 0. Stewart and Clerk crowd ever to 'attend a game here Alto' Hotel.. ,H* also stated that
t Mabel P. Raulersort. I was .I in' attendance. .\ father, Rev. C., C. Elland .at his he expected to 'make a number"; of

i The minutes. for the .September 2,: Miss Sylvia Bass The Okeechobee: boys showed their Denied a home In Bagdad H* 'suffered 'a change and Improvements, most important ''
neeting were read and approved.The I superiority over the, Moore Haven sever stroke several months ago of which wilt be doing away
following County Deed were and Miss boya from 'tb.,etart and were able Move to Enjoin but was thought to be improving. With the dance hall that hal been .
!approved: Rigsbee to score almost any time they' wanted. Rev. Eiland was pastor of the Baptist there *o long and cither making that
Cecil Dalgety, E. M. Meserve B. C.I to. into modern hotel or'
I ; that space room
Church of beena
city
Give Bunco Coach Sterling. used all of his substitutes Fish CommissionFrom haying '
Swain, Chaa. B. Durat. Party changing. Into ,seven or tight apartment -
Baptist minister the past 82
.for
A petition for restitution of lan'daunder in the game Including[ the that would help In takingup
the provisions of House Bill smallest boys on his squad and all ( Moore Haven' Democrat) years during which time,, ,he had Come of the shortage of housing. .
No. 4BO wee filed by W. J. Hendryand The Misses Sylvia Bass and Nettle looked very good In competition with served only four churches. *" '
Commercial fishermen of Lake
Mrs Duncanson on the follow Pearl Rigsbee entertained Thursday the visitors.A I Rev and Mrs. i;. E. Elland let In discussing the deal whereby he
ing described land! evening for an evening of Bunco at good sized crowd of fani from Okeechobee, lost the first round of here Wednesday morning for Bag purchased the hotel, he said he was
F4 of S\V4 of NW14 of Section IT, Sylvia' horn. Moor Haven made the trip over hereto their fight to prevent the closing of dad where they will\ attend the well pleased with it and expected to
,All guests thoroughly enjoyed witness the game. the lake to,, seines on Monday when make It- ''I into hotel with
., Township 37, Range 86, containing funeral He. ia not expected to return over a good. c
28 acres, and upon motion by Commissioner themselves at the four tables and The local boys do not play another Circuit ,Judge George ,W. White. until the last of next week.- !good 'accommodations. g
... Chapman, duly seconded after the evening' playing first prize game on their home grounds until hurst' and W. T. Harrison refusedto At the same time he'announced
by Commissioner Walker the above was awarded to Mrs. Harry Lamb, Friday night November, 1st, when grant a, temporary restraining that he had sold the Texaco Filling
application was approved by the following second and third prizes going to they will meet the boys from Cocoa order against the order'' ,to close Lamplighter Will Station and also the cabin located
vote: Mrs, Forrest Pearce and Mrs Lee High School. made ty the State Game and Fresh on North Park Street adjoining

Yeas: Drawdy, Swain, Walker,I,I Rigsbee.,, Water Fish Commission in September Be Feature of the Nix' .Restaurant T. H. Nix, local
Chapman and Mobley. Nays: none. 'A delicious salad course with of last, year. ( lilting station and bus operator The
Not voting: none.Commissioner mint tea was served to' the following Mrs. Boyles Theeourtroom was crowded ''dur price paid for thla property waa not e
Chapman presented : Mrs. Jim Minehan, Mrs. Clone ing! the hearing, which for general I Xmas Seal Sales 'disclosed but''it has been reportedthat
the following resolution ,and moved Womack, Mrs. Sophia Pease, Mrs Entertained Interest was far ahead of, any civil Mr. Nix paid 20000.00 for the
s its adoption; upon 'being secondedby Marion Pearce, Mrs. Dorothy Pearce, \ ,case ever'' heard in the Glades property all cash
Commissioner Mobley was put toa Mrs: Beth Cutler, .Mrs. Flora Con- County courtroom and tempers Preparation for the mailing 0 I : These two sale of real estate are
vote unanimously adopted! erly, Mrs. Merle, Lamb, Mrs. Ethel Fidelis ClassThe flared openly shortly afWr the, two Christmas Seals to residents of among lhV largest deal mad In this
Resolution RiRsbee, and the Misses Dot Woift- judges had rendered their joint decision Okeechobee County, are getting under I city in ,some time.and both Mt. Nix
Whereas, 0. K. Robertat, a resident ack, Shirley Swain, Beatrice Swain : One member of the commission 'and Mr. Watford are weft pleased
of the County of Okeechobee, Sarah Minehan, Kathryn Sweatt, Fidelis Class of the Methodist i L. G. Bruce of Bartow way.A cheerful lamplighter, symbolizing with their trades. .
State of Florida, ha* filed, application Nettie Pearl Rigsbee and Sylvia Church was delightfully entertained I was pushed about a bit by Irate the emergence of fresh hope after
.. with this Board for issuance of Bass. by Mrs Clifford Boyless Thursday fishermen* as was Earl Farr commission the darkness of the. past yeara, la R. H. SINGLETARr RECEIVES
a duplicate Tax Sale Certificate In' evening for Its regular monthly attorney ,of Punta Gorda I featured on,the 1946 Christmas\ Seal '25 YEAR PIN FROM EAST e
lieu of a certificate alleged to have OLIVER STEWART UNDERWENT business and social meeting. :The but the trouble was minimized by whlcn has been received by the loca COAST:RAILROAD/COMPANY
been lost or destroyed and, OPERATION AT ORLANDO TUES. Filed!* 'Class in the paet,two years the' appearance quickly on the Tuberculosis Association according ---.>
o4C'a Whereas, this Boss ha given due has undertak.nt\ project the scene, of Sheriff J. J. Wiggins. / I toMrs., R. Boettger Seal Sale Chair R. H.. SlngUtary hat received a
,%' .J conaideratlon to, said applitation and j Oliver",..lt4wart. son of Sheriff and upkeep of two ,African ministers and The, heating opened with .'the! man. *"*-, pin from the' Florida East Coast1 '
r, ; "'b-'ifi"f'1''l; ''pp7feke .w Y.d L.'a' Mrs NP.. .: St wA,. underwent an }last; :year provided sinew IjIsJU i *'/or reading ft the bill for InjungjfenlbyTjudg 'The J orth\ Annual, Chtlstmsjifeiataar Railroad -in-;reoognjtlon of his more. ", !",! ,,
'a"dupUca lKrtttleate' open..on t t"'tie rnii aV"the;Florida one ot 'these mj! iiteri's bicycle or* OW':D.-Beir-whowftfWlP! 'to Wise,'fnnd**$:r the.sofa thW twenty-flv',e *"servlce Wrtthk'" R'1Io ,'..- Itbatf -
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Now, therefore be It resolved that Sanitarium at Orlando Tuesday donkey are the only means of transportation son, R. K. Bell, handled the ease trot ,of tuberculosis, will\ be con'' 'eon pany. Mr. Singletary, wmtla
Clerk of Circuit Court be, and she morning Latest reports Indicatethe which can be used In that for the commercial fishermen. Immediately ducted throughout the nation from now retired; was with them 82
Is, hereby authorised to Issue a duplicate operation was successful and aectlon of Africa after the reading of the, Nov. 25 to Christmas. Of the money year before retiring, but Inasmuch
; Tax Certificate to the said 0 that he is on his way to recovery. Routine business was conducted bill Attorney Farr presented hie, raised 95 percent will be used within ..!'they only give pin for twenty-
K. Roberts upon payment of the fee among which was the nomination of motion to quash and the remainder the state for local and state-wlde' five and fifty years service his war
authorized by law, and enter the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH officer for the coming year, and of the session was devoted to they campaigns against tuberculosis The the twenty-five year pin.
fact of said duplicate Issuance In all the following! elected! President, argument of counsel. Also representing I remaining five percent will be for Mr. Singletary had many years of
records opposite the entry of sale, "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Mrs. Ruth Roe; Secretary, Mrs. Cor- the commission were Attorneya -' warded to the National Tuberculosis service with railroads before enterIng
for which the lost or destroyed duplicate Real?" is the subject of the Ie lion. ine Burdeshaw; and Treasurer, Mrs Doyle E. Caroltoh former Association to support services per the service of the East Coast.
was Issued. sermon which wl1be\ read In Dorothy Boyles. governor of Florida, and 0. K. formed 'on a national level to fur- H* started his rsllroa'dlng a* a section
Passed and adopted this 30th day Churches of Christ, Scientist, thru- Tasty refreshment were served to Reaves of the firm of Mabry,I ther tuberculosis control. hand with the Missouri Pacific
of September, A. D. 1946. out.the world on Sunday October 13": Mr*. Ethel Dreese, Mrs. Mattie Mc- Heaves and Carlton of Tampa v Christmas Seals were first sold In and later went with the old Plant
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The following resolution was presented The Golden Text 1st: "In the way Cranie, Mis Alice Ban, Mil Jo Judge Bell presented an this country in 1907 when Miss Emily System (now Coast Line) where he
by the Board of Public Instruction of righteousness I II life; and in the Parrlsh, Mrs. Merle Raulerson, Mrs. case in behalf of the elOqUent"" P.. Bissell of Wilmington, Del served. section 'foreman, going
and unanimously adopted: pathway thereof there la no death" Lucille Danforth, Mr. Louise MeNelll pointing out that the ruling of the adopting an Idea from Denmark from there to Rockledge aa section
Resolution (Prov. 12:28). Mrs. Corrine BurdeahawMrs. commission was dictatorial and: promoted a Seal Sale for the benefit foreman with 'the Florida East
Whereas, this Board has given Among the citations which comprise Edith Davis, ,Mr. Mary Garlic Mrs. marked it as one of the most totalitarian II of patients In a.small\ tuberculosis,: Coast He ,was then transferred to
careful consideration to the construction the lesson-sermon Is the fol. Melba Louthan, Mrs Blanche Hunt bodies ever to be art up hospital near Wilmington. That first' Okeechobee when this branch waa
of a gymnasium for the lowing from the Bible "Give Mr*. Helen Draughon; Mrs Rae in the State of 'Florida with powers ., Seal Sale was so successful that that': opened up for traffic and he came
purpose of providing suitable means thanks unto the Lord, call upon his Boettger, Mrs. Ruth Roe and Mrs. far above those given to the following-year it was conducted on':' here the train than
for a better physical education pro. name, make known his deeds Crossen, visiting her daughter Mr*. Legislature or the Governor. He a national seal to rats fund for this ,
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gram for the school children of the people Glory ye in his Ruth Roe, and the hostess, Mrs. pointed to the many people who tuberculosis, control and hat been home
Okeechobee County, and name let the heart of .amonII'I Dorothy Boyles. would be thrown out of a livelihood \ \. nation-wld since then. |
Whereas, funds distributed to joice that seek !the Lord. If the lake were closed and In honor of the Fortieth Annual A.
Okeechobee County from Race Track and honour are in his presence; CAPT.: PETER TOMASELLO III said that h* would prove, by witnesses Seal Sale, each sheet of 100 Seals
funds are far in excess of budget strength and gladness are In hla AND KATHERINE CRISSMANTO present, If testimony were this year carries four special portrait
requirements of said Okeechobee place" (1 Chron. 16i: 8, 10, 27). WED IN PENNSYLVANIA permitted, that seining would be I seals. They are of Mips Bissell;
County and this Board believe it The lesson-sermon also includesthe beneficial rather than detrimentalto Jacob Rill, Danish-American, who A.
will be to the best Interest of said following passage from the Announcement have been received sport fishing. The, attorney for, had written an article urging a' '
County that a portion of such fund Christian Science textbook, "Set-, here announcing the engagementand ,the commission also Indicated that Christmas Seal to fight tuberculosis a
be allocated to this Board to be used ence and Health with Key to the approaching marriage of,Captain I they had witnesses present with In the United States) E. A. Van Valk.' with
In the construction of a gymnasium, Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddyi, Peter Tomasello III, to Miss Katherine whlCjh to refute the testimony enberg, editor and publisher" of the;! 1920
,Now, therefore, be it resolved that ,i "There Is neither a present nor a, Crlssman. The wedding will\ brought by the plaintiff. ; Philadelphia North American, and he '
the Board of County Commissioners eternal copartnership between e;., take place at the First Presbyterian The judges considered for come Leigh Mitchell Hodges, columnist one I earll
of Okeechobee County, Florida be ror and Truth, between flesh and Church Hollldaysburg, Pa., at 12 forty minute before rendering their) that paper; who promoted Miss Bis- In
and they are, hereby requested to Spirit God (It Incapable of producing o'clock noon Saturday October 28. decision which was to the effect sell' seal Mr.
allocate a portion of said Race Track sin, sickness and death asHe Captain Tomasello w'nl'be remembered that the attorney for the plaintiff The Lamplighter\ Seal being used being
Funds not otherwise appropriated, Is of experiencing these errors. here where ha lived with his had not shown sufficient reason for for the Fortieth Anniversary was) iness
to this Board to be used In the construction How then Is it possible for Him to, parents before,moving to,Klsslmmeefrom the taking of evidence and the plea designed by Lloyd Coe of Cap Ann,! built
of a gymnasium and said create man subject to this triad of, which place he left to enter for a temporary Injunction was de- Mais., from an idea submitted by!
funds to be used only for such pur errors,-man who Is mad In the the Army' Air Force during the late nied. At the same time they refusedto Mist Mary Louts Estei of Jackson I built winter.'I'
divine likeness" ( 356: 17.23).
|)ose. p. I war. grant the motion of ,the defendants ville Fla. Its predominant color "I
Passed and adopted thla 30 day of to quash which leaves. It open blue.
WESLEY SERVICE GUILD
September A. D. 1948. EMANUEL (DAD) HAZELIEF for a hearing on a permanent Injunction Persons, planning to send Christ part
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION The Wesleyan Service Guild Of the,|i HAS RETURNED FROM_ 11 a date for which I It to be mil package of friends or relatives 1],
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA Methodist Church, wishes to announce MONTHS IN JAPAN set very shortly.As oversea may obtain Christmas Seals,
BY Van E. Llghtsey, Chairman that they have a completeline I a result of the finding: of the for the packages on request from
W H. HardenW. of Christmas card., wrappings, Emanuel (Dad) Hazelief returnedto court the lake was closed to seining Mrs. Rae Boettger. Although the MR.
J. Thomas Okeechobee last, week after spending I Tuesday morning and the commission sale of seals, which 1 la 'conducted by!
and note paper now on hand., The
Attest: Carl T. Durranc { two :year In the army eleven member, speaking through the mail, will not open officially until
Upon motion by Commissioner, cards are of the same high standard i month of which wa apent In Japan. I executive secretary Dr I. N. Ken. November 25th, there' are enough I
Mobley duly seconded by Commissioner -: that the guild has been handling for: After spending two month In Japan nedy, said that five day. would be aeal on hand to supply request for pin
Chapman, the following resolution -' several years, If anything they are he was transferred to Tokyo, wherehe given fishermen to dispose of all early overseas milling. Some of our!I after
was adopted! II more beautiful this year. These card remained nine 'month before being fish then on hand. The order not boy are still away and you may I i I horn
Resolution may be seen or purchased at the: sent home for discharge only stops the seining of the lake wish to cooperate in making their I I
B* it resolved that the War Assets home of Mrs Rhea Hunt (Mr. Omar H* lay the Japa are fast becom and the $t. John's River but also holiday mail aa 'Christmaasy as, pos
Administration be requested to grantan Hunt) or purchased from any member ! ing Americanized through the occupation atop the sale of a1frelh water sible. Christmas Seal are an old They \
Interim permit to use Conner'* of the guild, Mrs Melba Lou- by the American., fish except catfish which may still American tradition a tradition which
Auxiliary Airfield, pending final disposition than, Mrs. Clifford Boyle, Mra. E. be taken by trotllne. One report was has' special meaning this year when for
by aald Administration.Passed H. Hunt, Mr. Rae Boettger Mr*. One I I. never more on trial than In that more than a hundred conservation we continue with renewed yigor,I
and adopted In regular] Ruth Roe, ,Mr. Paul Burdeihaw or the, moment of excessive good for. officer would be placed on the! our battle to Improve the health' of who
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Miss Alice Base I I tune'.-Lew Wallace.
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retary of State Byrnes have received -
The Army and Navy Journal proposes Y .
word that he may have to
that baseball be introduced to
resign shortly after the end of the
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Paris peace conference-for reasons Russia. It would equip and uniform
1,000 Russian teams In the belie RfD AND
of health. The news has comas wwti
this would be one sure way to create '
a great blow to President Truman 105150 ONAsuADc
a spirit of good will and make ZIPPER LAUNDRY SAG
who has leaned heavily on
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the Russians a little less tense.
Byrnes. ,
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Byrnes' doctors have told him that closet will fit into any
he might be able to continue as secretary This may be the best suggestion of THIS space because it has a
postwar time*. A world series between
of state provided he took long i's shade-roller door that does not

and periodic rests. However Byrnei Moscow and Petrograd might swing out to conflict with other
cure the crustiness.. It might even
does not believe he should do this doors and furnishings. Here, a
Cordell Hull used to several ro soften sip Pravda. Certainly Molotov
spend t t 3, difficult space only nine inches deep is used
would not be the same
months a year away from his of. ; Ytg tlU for a linen closet with shelves.A .
If he had In the
a season
flee. In 1942 in the guy
our first year .
handy laundry bag matches the
bleachers. And doe anybody thinkGromyko
war, he was away a total of six v4 J" 'er striped material used for the door which
months. I would be the killjoy that rolls up in back ot the attractive frame

L U f Y.{-'' he 1* if he could get an afternoonnow i ot wooden scallops. tiled to finish the front
baa told Intimates thatConducting ti r e .
Byrnes and then at a crucial series
the foreign affairs of Pattern 258 gives an actual-size cutting
- guide for the scalloped frame and step
the United State today Is a constant v We are for baseball on the Volga < y-itep! Illustrated
: laundforae. This
day-to-day Job. lie does It would be O.K. up to the time the entire closet and he .
pattern may be obtained by sending lye
not feel that a secretary of state when a home-run swatter got too with name and address direct to:

can be off the Job a minute, and ON WAR'S WINNING BIDE-BUT THEIR BATTLE IS NOT OVER .. Greece, which was on the Allied aide big a public following or altar

be docs not believe It would be la the war, Is suffering Just as mach If not more, than former enemy countries who were on the losing aide. pitcher got his picture in the papers MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

fair to the American people for Typical of the little people-the common or average citizen-who are the real sufferers are these citizens at above that of Joe Stalin. Bedford Hull, N. Y. Drawer 10

him to take a prolonged rest. Kanalia, Greece. Starting from the ground np, la a destroyed city they sire building a new home without -.- Enclose 13 cents for Pattern No. 228.

For Instance, Immediately after money and suitable material. Even their livestock went with the Germans. Of course baseball In Russia Nam.Addres-

the Paris conference is the assembly Would present some difficulties' .

of the United Nations, now* already ',$,,, '< ''. Would the Soviets stand for any
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ference to of various on being a
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meetings security <
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WORKS AT TERRIFIC PACE
'St. Isn't there a possibility that
Byrnes has been hopping back any BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR.
; team that licked Moscow in a series
and forth the Atlantic "
across ever "" j'I" { ROME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORE. S..
since he became secretary of state. 7.'" >i" .. would be liquidated?, cure your future Franchise and merchan-
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dise available now for new Associate
In 15 months he has made seven :l Stores. Investigate before you Inveit.
round trips Cordell Hull, in 12 long :- : : Suppose Joe Stalin likes Minsk Write or wire
KENTON AUTO ,
STORES DaUae I Tes.
years, made only one air flight to cop a pennant and the Pinsk club

across the Atlantic plus two leisurely takes it? DISTRIBUTOR can earn upward of 110..
000 annually with our modd magic./k. In.sulatlon -
steamship trips to Latin Amer - and water-proofing material.
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Aprox $750 req ion itock Write Tyco Asphalt
ica. If Joe think a player la safe at C.. 8113 Roswell Rd., Atlanta Ga.

In Paris, Byrnes has worked at a first and the decision Is that he Is
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terrific pace. Sitting in the'peace out by a mile can the umpire escape formerly: Wisteria Garden, Atlanta, Ga..
being sent to the salt mines? established over 20 yr., Great roposition
conference' all the
day, keeping on
for :2 or 3 par tn.rs. Makes fin. profits
alert to watch the moves of rival because town definitely anon of good ....
tauranti and night club., especially aery.
delegates, is grueling,job. It would Suppose the Russian baseball tog Chlne.e'foou.. price S7o.QUO. 'ferms.

wear out a younger man. But by S teams have a bad season and Stalin

going to bed every night immediately I.'t wants some big hitters and fast runners DOGS, CATS PETS, ETC.

after dinner.. Byrnes has kept from American lend-lease? PUPS Pure. Dewormed. :a mo. old Toy
going. .-.- Shepherd., Toy Rat Terrier. Fox Terriers
English Shepherds, males t5. f.:
However;"he is no longer young- Could there be any hope of peace males W; Collies. cable and white" ; German .
Police,
wolf
German
grey: Shep.herdi.
68-and when the peace conference i II Stalin arranged to go to Teheran males S2S. females S10. C.O'D. yourapproval.
closes, he will have to decide whether : for' a. crucial conference with Larry Z. e. VAUGHN, Owing. S. C.

to follow his doctor's advice and :ar r Eltl> o-ys MacPhall, and Leo Durocher?
c + 'E >,;r- . HELP WANTED-MEN''
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resign, or face e e tualltie.. b' 4 "

wM9K h' What? No Reason OVER $20 A DAY! I

MONTY'S POLITICS For Nerraisness? BELL NAMEPLATES for front doors. '''.
M*. DAY, TeN, I. A,
fcA r Some of those who served in the "No good r.aisl for'tft .bryk tit 10SI..V..III... .........t Fa'
American command in Europe are .stock\ price'and th*. current hffouj.h .

lifting their eyebrows over the U S. .J. could/ be found."-Newt liens REAL EST..TE

visit of dapper publicity-wise Field NEW CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH . Discovery of gold and a possible new "mother lode" at Crescent City. 'It couldn't be that reconversion is LF.vYOuU, COULD'BUILD' FIVE ROOM
home with two porches for around'
Marshal Viscount Montgomery. Calif., by a prospector, Joe CroiVn, has started a foil fledged gold rush with hundreds of people filing new Itlll behind the eight ball, that there' SI,000 using 50% less critical building

Seared In their minds during those claims. Shown looking at gold deposit in a pan are, left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Joe.Miller,''Alvin Farlet an ultimatum in every pot and two SI material for our, would Reference you be Source Interested List.?, .Send

bloody months In Europe are certain Joe Azevedo, assayer, and Ernest Hey. border incidents 1n'eyery .garage, BLANKE,

events Involving the famed I that strikes are In flower again that -,WOODRIDGE 58. Washington D. C,.

Monty which personally they would the >administration recently set a !

like to forget, but which nationallythey course for Newfoundland and woundup A Safe Sound Investment-

hope won't be forgotten-especially in Bahama, and that meat, shirttails i ,

In view of the fear of Impending peace and brotherly love are I 'Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

war. to continue shorter. . could. it?

General Patton's officers for !w -

Instance, remember Patton's The uneasiness wouldn't have a I

race up the west coast of Sicily thing to do with the fact that Gro' NONE St.Joseph.

In contrast to' Montgomery's myko Is still talking, . that the
only industry without bottleneck I SURER uRm-mul;
snail's pace up the east coast. WDRLD' AT 111I
Nobody can blame a commander the holdup Industry . that the

for having hard luck or necessarily victors In the global war trust one

going slow. But what another less than they did Hitler-

only a few officers around Patton that general snafu has reached anew Relief At Last

know and what has never high In America and that there

been published Is the telegram Yt are increasing signs that the American
1.
he received from the vaunted t < public regards the Four Free ForYourCoughCreomnlslon

f Montgomery. ss dome as ((1) freedom of the dally

'say double (2)) freedom to mob any depraved
Montgomery actually sent Patton relieves promptly because .
criminal for his autograph; it toes right to the: seat of tha
s telegram asking him to halt his Viq72; I (S) freedom to operate a black market trouble to help loosen and expel

offensive until he, Monty In choice steaks; (4)) freedom to term laden phlegm, and aid nature

caught -up In' other. words American dope out a newer and screwier program to flamed sooths bronchial and heal raw, tender in
troops were going too fast for mucous mem
with audience participation. wanes.Tell your druggist to sell
Monty. He was afraid Patton would .-.- a bottle of Creomulslen with the you understanding -

envelope not only the 'enemy but 111y5./ Nervousness? Uneasiness? A.return you must like the way it

also the British'army. Inside fact EJ of the Jitters? Well, possibly to Quickly have allays the cough or you are
your money back.
is that Patton pretended he never it has something to do with the fact
received the telegram' showed CREOMULSIONfor
that the world teems on fire, brass
it only to a few top aides later told knuckles are becoming compulsory Cough,Chest Colds,BronchitisBUIIDUPREDBIOOD

Monty it never arrived. Patton'sarmy equipment In diplomacy peace in

kept on moving Europe doesn't even look like a good .

Later in the Normandy offensive show bet, labor and capital are still

Gen. Omar Bradley's officers recall demonstrating new wrestling grips,
all too vividly how Monty was supposed POLIO VICTIM KEEPS UP WITH CLASS . School bells rang for TO BE OR NOT TO BE . Independent .. you can't get a new auto except on

to break through at Caen, but Bill De Smith, S, Dayton, Ohio who didn't let a little thing like a or Join the CIO or the a radio quiz program; nine more TO GET MORESIRING'H

sat there day after day yelling at wheel chair keep him from starting his third grade classes. Billy was AFL. That was the question when well-known American ,have become

Eisenhower for more troops (Amer. stricken with polio In May, 1944, and has been unable to leave his ..A. F. Whitney,' president of the newspaper columnist Russia .

ican troops). Finally Bradley Pat- wheel chair since. He Is taken to and from school by. his father With Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen still has the veto power a couple

ton and Joe Collins made the American Billy In school, left to right, Janice Sherwood Louis MaUoy, Bill and opened the 28th national convention aged 88.eloped the other day. If your blood LACKS IRON!

breakthrough at St. Lo, leaving Janet Scheve. at Miami Beach, Fla.' 226 more strikes threatened east of simple wa and women who suffer so from

Monty still sitting at Caen. the Rockies and Fala is back in the dragged anemia out"-that thla mar you're be pale due,to weak lack,

newstFettlgtew! ofblood-tron.So .
tryLydlaE: Plnkbam's
British papers all this time '. TABLETS-one of the beat home ways
,were featuring headlines: to build up nd Wood-to such caae.
"Monty Pivot at Caen." 'Actually the Penguin" fay, Plnkbam'i Tablet are one of the. ...'.
eat blood-Iron tonics you can burl! At
all the pivoting he did was hyti5 "Jimmy byrnes promised the germans all drugstores, Worth &trying

to break up a few tanks In the a two car-mirage and a chick. ,
Normandy hedgerows. en In every potsdam."
-.- WNU-7 40-48Backache
Shortly after that Eisenhower ,, rektt
Add similes! : She was as bejeweled -
made General Bradley top field
as if she had Just helped launcha
commander, giving him a higher t ship That Naq ing

place ,than _,Montgomery shift < .
that brought such a roar from the
British press and Mr. Churchill that Mr. Olive Dionnt hoi given birthto

Eisenhower later took two armies e baby boTwo doctor and e May Warn of Disordered
trained nurse inert on hand Dr. Doors
from and themto Kidney Action
away Bradley gave
bt
spirit mail enjoying quilt *
Montgomery. Modern We with Its hurry and '
nearly laugh.A .
Irregulardrinking( habits. Improper eating sad
X e .
Its risk of exposure
MERRY-GO-ROUND tins-throws heavy etrala oo stdwork
Miss Elayne Kennan has been of the kidneys. They are apt to b.o.mev.lwt.d
President Truman has told congressional chosen "Miss C.I.O." In Detroit. and fill to St I.r..e .. se4aadotherImpuritiesrom

friends he will summon a John L. Lewis, the former C.I.O. bld. the We-cioriaC

special session of congress following I I. eoftsr Billing backache
beauty now It seems with the .J.i'--.t'. :
g.tiing up alahlsuUg
the November election to deal
A.F. of L.Delegate.. pains .IIIDa-CMI constantly
with Skyrocketing prices, the continued heed ........... all won out. Other signal
housing shortage and other mat- VIEWS SHRINKING WORLD .. from nine nations are on o( kidney or bladder disorder are torn*.
the Republican Using magnifying glass, Tryrve ala, way to the United Nation session times urination.burning, scanty or too troQneaul
providing
ters party
does not win control of the houseof Lie, secretary general of the United In Flushing, N. Y, which hat been post.poned. Try D...'..HOi. Dtan't help the

make material SPEEDY MITE REGATTA . Growth of the cmall-boat fad In America Nations, case at a tiny sphere And In view o)the truck strike ,klcIa... .,.to pise off harmful exoees body
representatives or it it doubt/ul II enough ice .t. They have had more than half asatury
gains in the senate. . Truman I* epitomised by the many regatta held. Latest gathering of the of the world whose people. arebecoming hauled to keep thin 30 dayt.can be. 01 pllbU. approvat An re.oseo

again has offered the chairmanshipof clan was at Wrlgbtsvllle Beach, N. C., where 150 entries participated.The more and more like seeThe La ct.b.w: =fal sen everywhere

the atomic commission to Undersecretary youngest racer la the regatta was Carmen Davis, 12, Wllmlng. "next: door neighbor" The glob auto Industry claim
Acheson ton, N. C. Boat manufacturer are gearing themselves to supply the I* shrinking dae,to political COB.alderatlon that the
Dean but
of State
union haven'
)
a leg to
Atcheson again declined. demand for thousand of Inexpensive, easily handled boat and air travel. seems pretty' well blast* stand aa DOAN SPILLSTHE"




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THE STORY THUS FARI couple of hours we'll reach it Any The explanation of the' group of of*By Tht HAROLD Moody Bible t, LtTNDQUIST InitltuU of Chicago.iUleaacd D' D The Question

The crew of a small salllnf vessel lath danger of being wrecked on thofee, ,white men on the beach was all com , by W.iurn N.w.paper Union, 1. The Chinese are believed to
Caribbean pick Up Dick Jordan, rocks?" prehensible. One of the of
boats
It In have been the first to discover
moving the dlrec gun-
FOOTBALL adrift oa a raft. He realties thai ha li
could work'.round to the the of
"If Bahia
we City had landed on the
record year. I am referring among men UtU bitter than pirates.They Lesson for October 13 powder. Was that gunpowder explosive -
other ..140"' the island"I mutteredthe Island or beer w1ecked'there.The .
here to class and talent from eomo upon a drifting schooner ", ?
over 40 football states. There bat with only two people aboard the dt- skipper, "we'd be safer discovery was not pleasant,to 2. What was the seating capacity -

been no season before that could minted captain and hit daughter, RD... After much awkward and difficult Dick. His recognition of the manwb6 ecud Lesson and aubjacta convrl..and ht 4 Scripture bv International text ..- of the Roman Circus Maxi-

show as many fast and powerful Tics and hli pirates captor the ship maneuvering, they brought the had pursued him half around Council Religious Education used t>> mus? '
and tie ap ROil and Dick. After aboJU. ship to safety In sheltered cove. a continent shadowing him as per lermlaalon./ '
a What is outlet for the
teams, due partly to returning O.I.s ... search for the "traaanre" sop. 3. the
from the various, battlefields of*,the posed to be on the schooner Taco goes Captain Bedford was anxious, to slstently as a bulldog, and finally PAUL, MAKES A NEW; START Great Salt lake

world. Any one team that can finish away, taking Dick with him. Dick ..- begin making repairs* so.the Betty capturing him in a small out of 4. The Constitution of the United

this season unbeaten.must call on capes and returns to Iho schooner JustIn could sail out of her prison attire the way corner of the .earth,, gave LESSON TEXT: -Acta 28:9.IB' 'I Cor- States requires congress to assemble

a miracle., There are too many who time to rescue Roi from two of 'b.plrale. earliest possible time. "We can't him a distinct shock With, 9.ufv .r. thlana 16:8.10.: ' how often? '

are good .. Ito.. tells Dick the treasure reckon on, more'n a 'week -of One he recalled Hen's parting words: MEMORY SELECTION Thl.I all a 5. What has the' United, States
faithful saying, and worthy ol adaptation
For example''we might as well really exlata. Next dar they plan bow.to weather" he said, :An''' we. :got "If we meet a.In-"on 'shore-I'll that Christ Jesus came Into the, spent on wars since 1776? '

take up the matter of All-America tall the schooner to .land.CHAPTEB about all'we carat do to get. off afore ,pinch you.;. It's mf duty." [ 'arid to says. alnners, .-;1 Timothy:19 6. How many persons, are normally

backs. We broughtthis . that"r, He glanced 'back' of'' him.1 The employed by' the motor
.. car}
argument up ..' ;:(H: ,IX Dick's curiosity to land .on the schooner wan resting quietly In Its All that a man has by nsture isnot industry?

before a group of w z ,r.",r s if Island and survey the scene from protecting prison rising and fallIng -, enough. We saw last week the 7. What portion of the brain bas

coaches recently :Ii. A'noise from the cabin Interrupted the top of the cliffs was greater than lazily. On the, deck Captain preparation by heredity, educationand as Its main function that of the

"That's simple .,. and Rose turned swiftly "It's any fear of future disaster. "I'm Bedford was busy makln4 repairs environment which, Paul hadfor' reasoning facilities?

enough" one : Father. He needs me." going ashore," he announced. to the sails and rigging, preparing a place of ,leadership.! But it 8. What state in the Union Is

them said. of'y y Dick remained on the deck, "What fur?" growled the skipper. for escape before another'' 'storm' was not enough. The capable, well- completely debt free?

not pick Blanchard watching the tantalizing object with 'Ye won't see-, any thin' but water came. Rose stood alone at the bow, born well-trained young Jewish
Interest and as Dick looked she waved :to aristocrat had to be born again
Davis new
Wedemey. an' an island an' ye can see them The Answers
spiritually before he could do God'swork.
er and Gilmer Rose suddenly came out of the here." him.He '

"It Isn't quite cabin, and approached him In great "The-- island may be inhabited on groaned ,and waved back 'to 1. No but it was incendiary.
that her Then violent words to Careful Bible students regard the 2. Estimated at 250,000 people.
simple, we agitation. Her eyes were glistening the other side sprang .
countered. "What John Lujack and her whole face seemed aflame his lips "Damn' !Hen He shan't conversion of Paul and the resur.ectlon 3. It has no outlet.

take met I'll kill him first! It of Christ as the two out. 4. At least in
about Fenlmore with some powerful emotion that once every year.

Buddy' 'Young and TrlpplT ,What transformed her into a radiant crea f/i' VNa Isn't fair! I've paid-paid enoughfor standing events of the New Testament 5. Close to $414,000,000,000 or

about Tucker of Army or Justice of ture. another's crime! IU die fighting Without the resurrection of more than all the wealth the United -

North Carolina?. What about the "Dick," she called eagerly before for freedom! Damn It I'll Jump Jesus .the conversion of Saul of'arsus States has piled up since the

best back on Michigan Ohio State reaching his side "Dick, it's hap- Into the sea first!" (whom we know as Paul the declaration of Independence.

or. Indiana? Or Patterson of Illinois pened-.the miracle! I can hardly Rose was still waving to him* cupping apostle) would not have been possible 6. About 7,000,000. Only 700,000are

? What ,about the pick from believe It, but-" her hands occasionally as if and at the same time his employed in the production of

Notre Dame and Pennsylvania or She stopped all shouting words of encouragement.He conversion is one of the-ftrongest. cars and parts. The rest are employed -
trembling over
Columbia or one or two from the her hands clasped in the attitude of : listened, but the distance .was proofs of the resurrection in the operation, maintenance -
We find him in three relation
Missouri too far to catch her 'voice.
of
Southwest including Texas and prayer He was by her side instantly 1s ships.I. and servicing cars.

? Certainly Notre Dame more startled by her happinessthan Suddenly the fit of angry passion 7. The cerebrum. ,

should come up with a challengerfrom by any fear that he had seen deserted him, leaving him limp and By Nature-Contrary to Christ 8. Nevada, the least populous

the group Frank Leahy has written there before. weak. He groaned aloud: "She will CActs 26:9.12). state came out of the war with a

in tow, perhaps Johnny Lujack." "What is it, Rose" he asked anxiously know! Hen will tell her! I can't It Is not enough, as some of us reserve surplus of 1750000.

"If anyone ,is trying to pick the catching one of her fluttering escape iU"! suppose, that a man be sincere

four best" another coach said hands in both of his. Her name sprang to his lips, and Paul was entirely sincere in his

"why not put eight names in a hat with a cry ot anguish he droppedhis conviction that he ought to perse
first four?" "It's Father she breathed softly. head cute the Christians. He did it witha
and pick out the on the hard rocks The Inevitable -
: "Which elhU" I asked. "Is his he-dead? fate that had pursued him good conscience (Acts 23:1). for -
The question out before he
came
"Well," the answer came "here I -- was closing about him and he was a i man's conscience commends him
had time to think-abruptly, and for doing what he believes to be
are seven anyway Blanchard glad now that he hadn't spoken to
Davis Wedemeyer Fenlmore Gil- without premeditation. her He shivered at the thoughtAt right, even though he may be wrong I I Ir
"Dead! she repeated and then
,
i mer, Trlppi and Buddy Young You least h* had saved her that humiliation In his thinking
laughed softly. "Dead! Not He'ljust
1 dig up the other"Columbia's .- He was sincere, but he was antl- f fIf
come to life He's sane again, '
\ Dick. He knows me-remembers When he glanced up again his Christian. By nature man Is at enmity
BacksYou
everything! He's-he's-" mind was calmer and his whiteface witty God. No good thing > you are run down-Want
can imagine how the argument drawn and strained, had less' dwells In the flesh apart from the Ton'r not letting all the AiD
.
For The tears ,bubbled from her eyes of God* (Rom. 81 j Vitamins you need-starttaklnt
will be in late November of the rebellious lines in It. The redeemln"rac. : ;
Beott Emulsion to prompt!
and rolled down her cheeks but
I example it might surprise many ; men on the beach were still parley- James 4:4; Rom 7.18): help bring back .n.rpy and
followers from the strong they were the tears of Joy and relief Stirred probably by the faithful l lamina and build rtnttanat.
camp and not of fear or desperation. Dick ng. Dick wondered what sort of I GoodUiUnaScott'a la rich In
Midwest and the strong South to bargain they could make with Tuou. testimony of Stephen, to even greater natural A4D Vitamins and
held one hand and supported her "Great Jehosophat, ain't yea got enarry.bulldlnt natural oil.
,
zeal the followers of
know that Lou Little at Columbia The old pirate would demand all he against
.
Bur today I All druggists.SCOTT'S
trembling form with an arm. That's land An bland!
may end up with a better all-around hysterically eyes could get and take It. Tucu was Christ, Paul had to find new worldsto
"I'm sillyl"! she laughed '
backfield than Notre Dame Michigan Bedford snorted."Ye ex- like Hen-Inexorable and greedy conquer so he set out "breath EMULSION
smiling through the tears Captain
Indiana Ohio State Alabama, While he looked the parley suddenly ing out threatenings and slaughterto
"But I can't help itl And I dQP'tcarel pect to find a hotel an a ship waitin' YEAR ROUND TONIC
and Texas. The line Isn'tthere destroy the church In Damascus'as
Georgia terminated and Captain
) I can cry for happiness, can'tXT" to take ye home?
but the backs are headed by Tucu, who had been conversing with he had sought to do in Jerusalem.
shook his head and laughed.
Kossldes. Kusserow and the brilliant Dick Hen. turned on his heels to walk He was a bold persecutor, doing
He resisted the
barely temptationto but I'm curious to climb \
"No up
passer Kasprzak rated by Lou back to his waiting Caribs but fall he could "contrary to the name
and kiss
her Into
his won't
sweep arms and look., I be
there get a
'
on a par with Luckman and Cover- the ,. half way be wheeled ap swift, ot Jesus"v., 9), until he met thelord
here
lips. ? *
$
%
Pjutlng long Vtg e
:
" call" .4fsV *W "Come," she added a moment later gone ty that taken off his guara: himself on the Damascus road ;

With two big tackles Columbia cluthlng his arms. "Come and When he wai near the summit he There WU'1I puff of smoke and a Ah, that meeting made him a differ.

could give Army Alabama or Notre see the miracle" Increased his pace, eager to, get a sharp report Hen Pettlgrew staggered ent man and he became

Dame an even scrap. But the line In the cabin Dick found a much glimpse Over the top back and nearly; fell, reelingas H. By Faith-Converted te Christ INTHEBATHRDDMSlngoucforJoylMlLES

Is still the front wall. It is the advance changed man lying on the bed The island was long and narrow if suddenly bereft of all powersof (Acts 28:13-18)., I

post. And Columbia so far with the opposite side disappearing locomotion.At .
where he had helped put him the Stricken down by a brilliant heavenly LITTLE PILLSare little
,
hasn't the line needed to face sucha in the sea gradually a fine sandy the same Instant a group oCaribs. "jeme of comfort". .
night before. The feverish red had light he found himself talkingto ;
schedule beach fringing half of it In the shapeof ffj' Mild laxative action for
led by Black Burley started
died out of :the face and the eyes the Lord Jesus. He heard from
My guess Is that Army has the a crescent horseshoe The descent forward on the run firing as sensitive digestive aya-
inspecting him critically, were as his holy lips the solemn Indictment
backfield In football beach tema, yet firm enough
best first line from the rocks to the they came. Dick saw Pettlgrew'
man's. The blow of of those who God's people
sane as persecute
any to do the Job. They work with you
with something to spare. This was sharp and abrupt One could reel again, and this time pitch headfirst "
the Carlb'i bludgeon had restoredto "Why persecutest thou me? He -not through 'ound help you
backfield In addition to Blanchard make, it In a brisk run or walk. into the sand The Caribs
Captain Bedford his reason/ Rose who lays unkind hands upon, or feel better. See your druggist and
and Davis includes a brilliant quarterback had partly prepared him for meetIng Dick took this all In swiftly like rushed past,him filling the .Ir.with brings untrue accusation against alngoutforMILES UTILE PILLS.

and a fine passer'in young Dick by explaining briefly the the flash of a cinematograph. Then their shotsStones' God children had better beware, CAUTION i Not to be used when

Tucker. You'U hear a lot more his came to a sharp halt on an abdominal pain or other, symptoms -
series of events that had taken place eyes for so closely Is our Lord identified
about Tucker this fall than you ever object In the cove formed by the Poor Weapons of appendicitis are present.
while his mind was under a cloud. with his people that when they T.,.. only* directed
heard before. He can move rightup '
He extended a hand suddenly and crescent beach. Withy quick Intake Against GunsDick suffer It is he who bears the hurt MUM LaboratorlM. Inn, Elkhart. lad.5V .
and Davis.
with Blanchard
of the breath, he exploded:
said .
: In single sentence the Lord disposed
a
Alabama Columbia and Oklahoma "Ths lugger! Tucu's crew's ,on waited to hear the returning
\ .
little life zeal and
"Ye've saved my girl's of the persecuting
A. and M. have all-around the Island!" volley from the 'white seamen as
1 understand. Then-then can the sinful of this proud
ye skepticism
the
backfield strength above normaL the Caribs advanced dodging from
count me as an everlastin'friend. The lugger was anchored near the Pharisee and Saul entered
on ;young
So has Illinois with an attack:
side to side But no response came
I ." beach where she had probably ridden Into Damascus not as the haughty
headed by ,Young and Patterson, In safety. from them. Tucu had armed everyone
Rose's been out the storm perfect persecutor, but as a man trembling
two ot the bestI "r don't know what Tucu had known of the Island and of his crew but they were poor A LOT FOR A LITTLE
three
and astonished. He spent
telling you, Captain, but 111 bet she Ibots."The"re. and
strongest Quality
believe the lines are la Morolinepetroleum Jelly.
The sails
its protecting cove. were own
soul and
shut in with his
days
never told how she saved my for daily needs-large jar lOo.
you quantity
at Illinois, Yale Notre Dame and life. Let me tell you." flapping idly In the breeze stretchedfor waiting until the Caribsare God; not seeing, not caring to eat Soothing dressing for minor buroa-outa,

Alabama. Notre Dame may have drying In the warm sun The nearer"' Dick mused joyfully. but entering into communion with scratches, minor scalds Get Morouna.

the best of the lot, but Yale isn't The girl placed a hand before his deck was deserted. There was no "I wish"-a little rerettuljy-"Hell God. By God's grace the old life

far behind. Alabama has a great lips, but he removed it, and went of one aboard was there. Hen's a dead "'ot."
sign any was pulled up by the roots as It
center in Mancha, one of the best Into details ot their adventures that Nearer' and oilier came the the life In
was displaced by new.
in many ;years. Illinois possessestop she had either omitted or slurred Dick Makes Another Caribs to the entrenched fortress Christ Jesus. IEIImCleans

guards and Notre Dame has the over. A\ the end Captain Bedford of the seamen. Dick noticed for the God had a great commission

best looking tackles.Oklahoma sat up. Dismaying DiscoveryBut first time they were protected by he
awaiting! Paul as soon as was
"I reckon now" he said "I'm ..Ucur.d. this was easily accounted for a rampart'of rods they had gathered .. ready for it (vv.. 16-18). He was to painted surfaces

Yale LinesIt That little girl o' mine's Just by the presente of two boats drawnup for a breast ork. be the apostle to the Gentiles and lilee cfusfing

might be added here that the like-Just like her mother." on the sands. Th. crew was "Hen's work,* he' chuckled. that Includes so many of us. The

Oklahoma A. and M. line Is one of "Then her mother must have beena all ashore. Dick could see them In "Hen's shrewd in a fight., Dldnl gospel which had come first to the

the best a point Wally Butts of wonder" smiled Dick. scattered groups' A sudden fear trust old Tucu." Jews, was now to go out into all the ate / Tte de44e tte

Georgia might remember for their' "She was!" was the solemn retort that they had discovered the Betty The attacking party was within a world, and to all people. ? 1 'e4ef 'its Dave f

October meeting. Yale's line is on the opposite side of the island, stone's throw of the breastwork and The change InJPaul was a drasticone.

strong from end to end. Texas has and were preparing to attack her still the white men held their fire He was as one who was alive + Seals paint pores

all-around strength backfield and Captain Bedford from the land side; made him wary Ten feet nearer and the sailors rose from the dead. It was not a case of 4- Disinfects-Deodorizes

line, and should be hard to handle He ducked little Dick held his breath
and watchful. a as one man adjusting or refurbishing the old
Removes
in the country; ,major, teeThe Takes CommandThe lower to avoid any possible detection. expecting a withering volley from persecutor Saul-here was a new f yellowdiscoloration

two best ends of the year captain struggled to his feet I them; but Instead 4 shower of rock creature In Christ, ordained to good

should belong to Army in. Barney despite Rose's protestations "No, I Then his eyes took in other features and stones filled the air. works (Eph. 2:8-10). Refreshens color'America's '

Poole and Foldberg, veterans I ain't ,oln' to lie here any more" of the beach., Some distance Two of the Caribs went down, anda III. By Grace-Confessing ChristI

around 218 pounds who know whatit he added "I got to get on deck. back from the water where the third stumbled and halted. The ( Cor. 13:8-10).

is all about. They; will have to be Ye've had enough on yen hands, rocks broke through the 'sand, an- others dropped to the beach to esCape eats Wee
had sinePaul's a.ws.ryagFOR
better than good with the tackle daughter Now it's my turn. Reekcm other group of seamen were hud the flying missiles, and the attack Twenty years passed
conversion. He had been out
problem Army faces. Some squad I'm well enough to take a dled together. They were standing waa temporarily checked
have two better ends than watch" He clutched at the rail and serving Christ In season and out of
may In an attitude ofawatchfulness and "Why don't they shoot now? season. He had known persecution Finest tieuial Paint Cleener

Army's big, experienced pairbutI stared across the sea."Where's waiting. One Of Their number was growled Dick. "They could get suffering and opposition. Now hi.

doubt It that luggerT" be demanded advancing to confer with the Caribs: them If-" '
i was writing, by inspiration of the
; the major teams the big I
Among truculently. He stopped and drew a deep
In puzzled surprise and
Dick gazed Holy Spirit about the resurrection
guess is Navy. Capt. Tom Hamilton "Over there," replied Rose point amazement These others breath as the unpleasant explana QUICK RtLlEPCVRBQ1.U
college stupefied telling of those who had seen the
savior of

undoubtedly the ton forced Itself sharply hi.
In upon
were ,whit. men-seamen, shipwrecks risen Christ. He Included himself
football through war ;years, Until then non. of them hadIanc.d He could make that out mind. The seamen, from the as one born out of his time.

Is as good a coach as ;you'll lost meet In the direction of the puzzling without difficulty. It flashed throughhis wrecked steamer carried no firearms It is a personal vision of the living t Seething. C A I WF
has more
anywhere. But Navy or If they had taken them O M L.
objeot that had caused them mind they had been wrecked Saviour which vitalizes the splr ANTISEPTIC
good men than any team In the with, them as Hen must have thoasanda with fWaulta
away
fjitd by satisfactory
so much debate but when their eyes on the island and were bargainingwith it of a witness and makes his tes-
of supposed for 40 valuable IDIAd'-
country. The group his the salt water had rendjered year.-ais
it now they gave a little take them of!. triten ,
focused on to
Tucu
two timony ring true. Paul saw Chris sets Ott Carboll at drug store or write
stars under Swede Hagberg start Captain Bedford grunted and them useless They were un Spurlock-Ntsl Co.. N.ih.lll TanaMI
with
There were seven In all counting We too may see Him the eye of
either graduated
.
ago have armed except for the stones .while
years ,
voice first
recovered his their leader who was parleying with faith, and by His grace become wlnesses. .
flunked or resigned the Caribs plentifully' supplied
"Ye call that a ship!" hesnorted. the Caribo Dick frowned for no wre .

Hamilton has little left from "Great Jehosophat ain't ye got other reason than that something in with guns. Effort and labor are Involved. !

that old crew-Kelly, Scott, MlnislJenkins eyes! That's land! An island! their' appearance,' or In their lead Dick's hand reached for his own This matter of witnessing is not Scl
and on, are and then dropped limply this n s
Ellsworth, on pistol,
reminded him of the something which does
I island rising abruptly er's attitude automatically
It was an
all Most of the Navy line is side. Captain Tucu had disarmed RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
gone from the sea-no) one of your coral- past and for a long ,alms he was Itself. "I labored more abundan
Hamilton still has him when he was made a prisoner
missing. But girted, palm-fringed Islands of the silent and thoughtful, striving to re ly," said Paul, and yet he knew
left not tooman'1. and Dick hadn't found substitute !
any
footbaU players ,
good ; tropics, but of rock-buttressed head call a fleeting memory that disturbed that it was the grace of God In him
Were there firearms 'uttIrg.
team more
but enough to give any wespons.
land that caught the breaking surf him. which accomplished the result (see
aboard the Betty? Probablynot
a busy afternoon. and hurled It back shattered into Then with a little grunt he sat v. 10 and Phil. 2:13): .

Navy took the major rap in postwar foam. Perhaps a mile or two in up shaded his eyes with both ; Captain Tucu had robbed the That is itl! The grace of God
most of the others schooner of he could!
football. Where every weapon
width, and fifty feet high, it offereda hands and crouched as motionlessas working on and in and through a

were getting their former stars. safe asylum for shipwrecked sailors a tiger stalking his prey. His lay his hands on. man. And at the same time that

back, Navy was taking a heavy deficit in the stormiest weather could breath came in- short labored he With turned a groan back to at the Ills beach.Impotence The man laboring diligently that the ...W.U_.... '11!......afar lOt
lose games
Navy may many a safe landing be effected gasps. grace bestowed upon him should not '.Illlllli III III M Illlttll w
More than two' or three. But these "We're drifting straight toward "Hen Pettlgrewl" his Ups murmured Caribs were attacking again.TO be found vain. It.. !In this manner 1111111. 11I.11I111 Nit US aa nuts it pbs I
will be fought to the las mi it, )... juuutiui s. Stills
games finally done earth .nil
user Island Dick remarked "In a ( BX: CONTINUED) God's work gets on !
play withjlom Hamilton In charge, -

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Okeechobee Hdwr & Furn I I culvertsi 693.00) GEMS: FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK r'- --- - - '-' --'- :

I ( CUS supplies court house . . . 8.60 j ;J. W. Ellerbee, 1.1I1IIL1..IIA1.tU.11! ) ,." I ,I '_ IUIIIIfII\IIt.I.1I: : | fJ1IDW1i !II.IWI. I!! II

_. Fcnole Chemical Co. I labor, Diat. 2 8.00 Prosperity I PROPERTY

-- - - -- supplies\ court house . 20.68,1 Okeechobee Motor Co., prosperity Is the touchstone of IN BUYING I III
Published Every Ti\ir\ k/ **e ,

Okeechobee N.w. Co.. at Okeeeke- Inter! County :Tel. &Tel." Co. t' j supplies, Diet. 3, ,. : . '18.03 virtue] for It .is less difficult to : ;

be., Okeechobe tl"'l r telephone clerk . . . . . 6.40,1,j Okeechobee HdW. &' Furn. Co., bear mjsfortunes. than to remain II r OR INVESTING MORTGAGES, BE

__ Bishop Office Equipment Co. supplies, Dlst. 3 ..M 4.65 uncorrupted by pleasure.-Tacltrus. I
BRYANT -BOWDEN ..... ... < supplies clerk . . . . . 11. 3 l Withholding Tax Fund, . .

1. Enl.red 1914. al .the. '.ood Pout office elilu matter in ofceecje.hn JiLl.- Boree Lumber Co., taxes withheld Se|>t. ''. :7' 2.60 The virtue of prosperity 1 U temperance il AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY

., Fta.. under Act of Mar. 8, IKTt. lumber,
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE- I Cemetery Payroll 1 I sOpplie. Dlst. 2, 3 4 4 . . 46,45 fortitude; and the last Is the more j I Okeechobee Abstract Company

One Year In advance . . . a sublime attainment.-Bacon, I
$3.00\\ labor, cemetery . . . . .'. 77.50.Knight's .". Bennle'a Supply Ship, .

. . .
Six Months In advance.
Service Station, toolx house . . .. 1.35 J. L. BARBER Manager
fl
Three Month. In advance. . 1.001 A smooth lea never made a skillful i ,
fuel cemetery work . . . 3,40Clizeni Arthur' RaulersQn, truck . . !5.00 ill:

'wits Readlnr a line.notices Rates In for local display eolnmai tinttlalnf li- \ f Bank of Stuart, Fine &' Forfeiture Fond prosperity mariner;and neither success do uninterrupted qualify men =::2':2;== : : ::''''H'M' " 1 1 w.

fnrnlihed on application.Claw- Insurance premium C. H. . 353.70 Mary Schulman, = - -. . "
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mod advertising t eente earll werner Court House Repair Payroll for usefulness and happtneii. -- 1' A Insertion. All Item rerardlns-- cnn,. fees, Sept. . .'2110.00 Burton

tefprleei eonilneted for profit rrhsrgeable rep. C. H . . . . . ... 81.30 T, W. Conely Jr., ,
,
at advertlilnf ratee. Sch rfsehwerdt Broi. Ino docket frde Sept. , I''. . 80.00 Trials teach mortals not to l lean 'F mere" I sit.. fy, Joe Marsh!

supplies eem A C, II, " .. 6.5S. Mabel P, Raul,rs material staff broken reed, -4 --
I on t 1 ; -
Our School C. Paige, attend. Ct. Ct. cost hub 94.80 I
which pierces the heart. We do not
fuel, cemetery work . r. . 4.23 Commission & F.W.F
GaTe half remember this In the sunshine
Arc Veterans
II. & W. B. Drew Co. Helming
fines .. . 81.50
The teacheri of the Grammar ..oo. Baker
of Joy and prosperity.-Mary j\t '
supplies court house . . 40.20N.
Dr. F. P. Maupal v
the achool last
chool left grounds Eddy. 'I I I
0. Stewart 1I.0a' hiDffOrenth111I
serv. at Jail ,
Wednesday morning with a certain attend Co. Comm. 10.00
Sept. . N. 0. Stewart
rich In this
Charge them that are
amount of trepidation, as they caughtthe Okeerhobee Hdw.' & Furn. ('0", '
sheriff's coats ; 278.18 I
Sept. world, that they be not hlghmlnded I During the war :you heard a lot ttrne. Nothing more exciting than
.
gleam In the eyei of aome of supplies, jail, Sept. . . '. . 2.45 Agricultural. FundC. nor trust In uncertain riches, but In I about how hard it was going to beI fishing Seward'a creek or pitch..

the pupils who knew that ".teacher"wa. Withholding Tax Fund R. Boyles, the living God, who giveth us richly I for returning veteran to get adjusted lug horseshoes . enjoying an

taxes withheld, Sept. . . 13.40 I saj. & expo County Agent .$125.00I to civilian life a how outdoor barbecue with friendly
for the day.
going to be gone all\ things to cnfoy.-l Timothy 6:17.
J. R. Stanley, I Race Track Fund \ ey'd be "different." wholesome beer and pleasant talk.
.
From the their gleam shifted
teacher
C. house repairs labor . . 20.00 Board of ""Public Instruction I Wen, plenty of them have returned If they've changed at all it's in

to a few brave mothers who stood Inter County Tel. & Tel., gym. construction . .c . 11000.00 QUICK RELIEF FROM I to our town, and a finer, the direction of maturity and tolerance !.

around the doors somewhat uncer tel. clerk & Co. Judge . . 19.7S City of Okeechobee, Symptoms of Distress Arising from I steadier bunch you couldn't ask . tolerance for everything

tainly wondering what the day might Raulerson Dept. Store, road repair 1,600.00 STOMACH ULCERSDUE for. Most of them are back at the except dictators, and those who

supplies, court house . . . 4.110 I with the would destroy our democratic
bring and who might end the day 5!. H. Raulerson, Trees. EXCESS ACIDFreeBookTeilsofllomeTreatmenttliat same jobs . going

City of Okeechobee OkeechobeeMemorial Hospital I same nice home-town girls (get. principles of live and let live. And

the victor the pupil or the mother. water c. house & Jail Sept. ., 10.25H. Bd. of Trustees, Must Help or! It Will Cost You NothingOvortwomminnbottlotoftheWILLAlm ting married, some of them, and from where I sit that's another

You see, last Wednesday, all _the & W. B. Drew Co., hospital-' ,! tructlon . 25000.00 setting up families) . renewing reason to be proud of them. i.m i.

teachers left at eight o'clock for Ft.: supplies, clerk & sheriff . !23.20 Road & Bridge :Fund, 'TKEAT.M!: :. Tlmvu been sold for relt'rnfUyhILIIOIIlsOtdlotrelaI'lolflet'ouaaamsch the same old friendships.

Pierce, to attend an all-day session Convention Press I. transfer . . .'. 2200.00 soIl Duodenal Clcen: duo to E.....Acid- i Even their amusements are thoCPYTWM .6euirr.i.
Poor Dltestlort. lour or UDtet Ctnmach. ,
of Instruction In reading techniqueor supplies, tax collector . . 1 12.06 General Fund, transfer 0,130.00 I Geosinaqa, Heartburn, Gl.eplegsn.as I sac.; I
stun lo Exce.s Acid. Hold, (in utdaya1 trial!
Western Union Tel. Co.
a method of teaching reading to General Fund, transfer . 153.48 A.k for "WIMard't M....';." wliich fully I'

tele., clerkOkeechobee . . . . . . . . 1.20 Rood & Bridge Fund expluluo tain ll'caLWuul.-lr.a ( I946t United Stale Bremen Foundation I
the child. These aforementioned News --- - - ---
transfer 872.03
mothers were those who volunteeredto adv. minutes . . . . . . 12.BO NOTICB tf BLtCTIOH'" The CoTTertfon ef Tan, *" AmeniWne; The" LegWature thill at the 1elli..
1910 Gen. Refunding Fund WHEREAS The Legislature ol IMS, Sections 11 sad 11 ol Article VIII ol the latne Session of 1947, and from time' to
teach for the day, and too much Edwards Cattle Co., transfer 2,375.03 under the Constitution ol IBM, of the Constitution of the State of Florida u time thereafter enact laws specifying
State of Florida, did past S Joint Beto'utlons Adopted at the General Election of November the power., functions, duties and compensation .
prnise and gratitude cannot be given wire cemetery . . . . . . 70.00 Veteran's Service Fund proposing amendments to the 1944. Slid Amtndmtnt to Provide of County Tax Collector designated
Constitution I of the State of Florida and for the Re-Numbering of Section In paragraph 1 ol this Section 15.
them for It the fears of the Road & Bridge Fund transfer (new fund) . . 1,320.00 the tame were agreed to ofthreefifths 11 and 11 of Article VIII of Wit ConiU- and shall likewise provide for the collection .
seems Boree Lumber Co., of all the e teY elected lotion of the State of Florida si Adopted care, custody reporting and dls.bursement .
teachera unwarranted. The Boy Scouts of America to each housei that the votei en atld at the General Election In November, of all taxes collected by the
were lumber Dlst. 1 A 3-T. house 710.03 donation 100.00 Joint RtsolHtloat w ereenter 14 upon 1944. and to Amend Section U and 12 County Tax Collector.
their respective Journals. with the less of Article VIII of the Constitution ol -- -
pupils seemed to thoroughly: enjoy Standard Oil ('0., and naps thereon and they did determine the State of Florida and to Provide that 4 -
and direct that the said Joint In the County of JUllsborough State of HOUSE!!: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110
the teachers1 'vacation". The trip deUel fuel . . . . . . . .'. 22.67O. 1IUMPHRIF.S-I.OWE Resolutions be submitted to the electorsof Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an

K. Garage & Machine Shop 1 the State at the General Election In Autu the Property the County for Amendment to Article XVI. of the Constitution .
was profitable for the teachers, because Mrs. F. Humphries announces the
November IMS. the purpose of Levying State, County, of the State of Florida, By
pnrts & fuel . .'. . . 'AI . 12.60 marriage of her daughter Martha NOW THEREFORE.: I. 'R. A. GRAY, School and Municipalities in the County Adding Thereto An Additional Section ta
:
they realize what a very Important , II Secretary of State of the State of Florida, of Hlllsborouf Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by a Concurrent .
Standard Oil Servo Station to Oscar Lowe Thursday of last do hereby give notice that a City Florida, which Shall be Exempt Resolution ol the Senate and
subject reading Is. If a GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions of this Amendment, Hours ol Directorof
Representatives ofa
fuel Diat. 6 . . . . . . . 9.45 week. The ceremony waa performed win be held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State County, the. Budget and to AuthorlzeV I the Legislature
child cannot read and at the same Nix Service Station, S on Tuesday next succeeding the first County School Board School District, to Prescribe hit Powers and
at the court house with Mr. and Mrs. Monday In November, A. 0. Ute the Special Tax School District and the Duties, Qualifications and Term of Of.

time grasp the meaning of what he tire & tube . . . . . . 40.10 Pat Conerly sinter and br thpr.ln- Mid Tueiday being the Municipalities of the County Except the flee. '
FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plant City Florida. BE!!: IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA
Is rending he cannot be expected to Okeechobee Motor Co., law of the bride, serving as attend for the ratification or rejection of the BE IT RLSOLVF.b BY THE LEOIST.A- TWOS OF THE STATE!!: OF FLORIDA
said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendment TURJE: OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA
parts . . . . . . . 11.25 That the following Amendment to Ar-
understand an arithmetic problem. oo. ants. to the Constitution of the State That the following Amendment of ticle XVI of the Constitution of the State
Payroll Dist. 5 ol.Florida vlaiIENATI Article VIII of the Constitution of the ot Florida, by adding thereto an additional .
to make a book.report for his English : I State of Florida relative to the Assesiment lection to be known at Section 14,
labor, Dist 5 . .. . . C7.70 and Collection of all taxes In the be and the same :It hereby agreed to end
class to understand written LOS'r52 Lbs.! : JOINT RESOLUTION NO. e8J County of Hllliborough, State of Florida. shall be submitted to the elector ot the
'
any L. A. Smith A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing by Re-NumberlnR Section 11
WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN" an as adopted State of Florida for ratification or re.jectlon .

Instructiona whatever so how can he labor that 2 . . . . . . 24.75Knlght1 .... O. .. WilL....PT.WO.TH. State Amendment of Florida to ,the to be Conttltutlon.known u of Article the at make the It General read Section Election II of of 1944 Article 10 tf.VIII to at! the to be general held I election la the for year Representative 1948.,,
.
AsPInIw.dHws9.Ysa.vheepoccd.adh. XX. Sections 1 and S, Thereof. Relating I of the Constitution of the stile ol . .e fnllnwst .
progress: To cite an example of ; Service Station . .. : . : to the Consolidation, Abolishing or Cr. Ida, and by Amending- s on--12--oi SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by -i"
fuel Dlst 4 .. atlng.ef CertaIn County Offices, and the Article Vni of the Constitution L.the law fop'b (
; I\e.> .s..., 14.90, naicUa. No dm. No r..h_ provide Director ol the Budget,
what_ reading, ,.. will dp toward. h ;s"" ": *.* SL SOthteL imvy.. ........ Assessment and Collection of MunicipalTixet State of Florida as adopted at the General who shea be appointed by a concurrent
-.5 Tool House' Paylill, Thnaepn'IoaenoIM'.W.Ua.1a. by County Tax Otflcltlt In Orange Election In November of 1944 so resolution of the Senate and House of
child's progress, one fourth grade e* ., am be different then wax.., County Florida, and Providing for Referendum .. to make it read Section 13 of Article Representatives, and shall by law, consistent .
labor tool house . . . 115,111' tebnaeatYthnAYDV1xe4.Is .
.
Candy Pino? !yw>i k at rh n. Elections for Acceptance or Rejection vm of the Constitution of the State ol with other provisioni of thli Constitution .
class of 20 pupils was given a readIng S. C. Paige of any Law or LawtvEnacttd by Florida, and to exclude the City, ol Plant prescribe nls powert and duties
disIrit" ,..,a=:o.d bl' the Legislature of the State ol Florida City from tsld Amendment S. end the provide for hit qualification and term
fuel Dist. 4 . . . "= at Provided III' said Proposed AmendBK lame Is hereby agreed to and shall be of
achievement test In which they . . . 6.77 $ ofilce, the length of which shall be
:: :: :: :,:o"' e::, : m.nt. submitted to the Electors: of the Stateof wholly within the discretion ol the Leg
read their own Instructiona and C. W. Hilliard, Ob. YDS v....... CaUd. rr RESOLVED: BY THE LKGISLA- Florida for notification or Rejectionat islature and ahall not be limited by Sec
Iloduel.. PI... TUBE: OF THE STATE OF FLOJUIMt the Central Election to be held on tion T, Article XVI of the Constitution.
paint for tool house . . . 10.25 Th.t the following amendment to the the first Tueiday after the first Monday
wrote their answers as Interpreted WItbthIaAvdsPIa. du.'II Constitution of Florida, to b. known at In November, lots; .
0. K. &
Garage .
Machine eas up neaj* itaraM*
pouoMe.xauor I
Shop kutwr.:ra-01-1,cut the* Article XX Sectlona I and 1, thereof SECTION 12. 1. From and after January '
Of the twenty one pupil (an excellent fuel, D)nt. 4 . . . . . . . 1.75 d NO. 75
dellciooe (vitamin rorti. and creating of certain County offlctt County shall ii 1 "
OssOsOs
reader} graded on a level with Payroll Blat 3 & t' labor . . 138.45 .... 40 dan Abeo-I ol and for assessment and collection of municipal property for all State, County, School Amendment A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing" tie I
wpolf of Section 30 of IIIof
nearly eighth: grade, two with fifth Payroll Dist 3, labor . . . . 32.50 Avds MONK*1'Ul':If Ike ooe TSSI otUfhtod. st ktek' Kk rkSM.en. Orange taxet County by, County Florldt; tax and officers.providing l In and Hlllsborough Municipal County Tones to by be the levied State.In the Constitution of the, State Article of Florid

I Scharfschwerdt for referendum elections for acceptanceor County, County School Board School .1. Relating to Appropriations:
grade, a few an average fourth Bros., Inc. I I SUNDRIES rejection of any law or laws enacted D lrlcll, Special Tax School Districts and 1 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA.
supplies T. house & Dist. 5 36.70 I WISTERIA DRUG by the Legislature of Florida at provided Municipalities except In the City of Plant TURE: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
grade, BUT more than fifty percent therein be tubmltttd to the qualified City, Florida, which City> shall be exempt That the following amendment of Sec1tlon 5
Sherman Concrete Pipe Co., Tear out this Adv. as a reminder. electors of the State of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this Section 30, Article a. the Conttltutlon I ol
graded lower than fourth, several BB or rejection at the next general I 2. The Legislature shall, at the Legis I the State ol o relating' to eppnopni.aiione
----- election te b< held IB the year U40, lative Session In 1047 and from time to Is hereby agreed to and shall be ,
low ai second grade This does not [ - - - ., to-wlti f time thereafter enact Iowa specifying the submitted to the electors of the State
ot Florida for
ratification
powers, functions, duties and or rejection at
necessarily cast a reflection on the ARTICLE: XX of the County Tax Assessor compensation designated the next General Election to be held In .
I SECTION 1. The Lcgltlature la author- In Paragraph 1 of Section 12, and November A. D. 1848; that Is to lay that .
teachers of the earlier grades, simply lied and empowered to provide by law shall likewise provide by law for the laid Stctlon 30, Article HI of the Conitltutlon .
that or laws enacted by It at Its regular session extension oa the Assessment Roll of of the State of Florida shall b.
two the ,
no people are the same, no held In A. D. 1847 or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes levis imended and as amended shall read as
two children Interpret a problem In ; regular session thereafter for the consolidation by the County, County School follows
Staney'sRADIO abolishing or r Board StBI.\\ Districts, Special Tax SECTION SO. Laws msklnf the ap.
the same way, but specialists are : tOVld.d. In Orange 0I'r.'r' : Schoo'1 Districts and Municipalities: located propriations for the iilarlei of pubiiaoificioia ; .
ida, there la excepted from In the County of Hlllsborough, ) end employed and all otherexpensei
studying the child and developing the effects of this Article Judges of all State of Florida, with the exception of of the State shall contain provisions
murIel and to provide for the aesestmtnt on no other subject nor shall
anappropriation
methods of the City of Plant City, which II hereby
teaching the child in a .
collection of and be
and municipal toxIc exempt from the provisions et this an Incident ef any other
way that will enable him to read and assessments, or either of them, by County Amendment bill! all state appropriations except ap i
tax olftceri In laid Count). Any law to propriations for the county schools, ecu,-
to understand what he reads. Thli AND APPLIANCE I enacted respecting the consolidation or SECTION IS. 1. From end after January ties, cities, or other political subdivisions
creation of any County offices shall prescribe 1, IBM, the County Tax Collector In ot the State, appropriations for permanent .
was what was demonstrated with an the powers, duties and compensation the County of Hlllsborough, State of improvements and buildings for
I Florida shall collect oil taxtt levied In itate institutions ..
of the offlceri designated therein provided for by lawa
actual class of children In Ft. Pierce SERVICE to exercise and discharge the dutlea of the County by the State, County, County enacted at the 1949 legislature or prior
by one of these specialists. So the otflcta to consolidated or created and School Board:, School Districts, Special I legislatures and for pension, retirement
parents any law to enacted respecting the atsest- Tax School Districts and Municipalities fund and trust fund, shall be Included
If and when you help your mont and collection of municipal taxes of Hlllaborough! County, Florida, except In one general appropriation bill or any
I and assessments, or either, of them by In the City of Plant City, It being exempt imendment or supplement thereto and
child with his reading at home, be ., county tax officers shall provide for the from the provisions of this Amendment hail be for no longer than two ..ra.
sweating collecting, accounting for and a. The Legislature shall at the Legis All appropriations made prior to the
concerned not only with whether or ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS i iI disbursing of laid tt.... and/or assessments lative Session of 1MT and from time to adoption of this section which are contriry .
not he can read the words but iI to the appropriate municipal time thereafter, enact laws specifying the to the provision' of this section
more powers, functions, duties and shall
and for
I authorities, compensation for eomotniatlon expire u of July 1, 1847.
important, that he understands what tuck county taxing officer for tervtcet of County Tax Collector designated
rendered Incident thereto.. That If any In Paragraph 1 of Section I& and shall .
he hai read. such law respecting the consolidation likewise I the collection, conscustody '
I New Radios Available Now or crtttlon of any county office Is toeepted rnor. disbursement, : ciall HOUSE A JOINT JOINT RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 17T
For their cooperation in taking and ratified at the referendum Collector.taxes collected by the County 'Tax Amendment to Article V of Proposing the Coniti.lutinn la.

charge of their the teacheri I election herein provided such law shall of Florida by Adding Thereto aa
rooms,
with to -
btcome effective respect the of- ::
J Electric Additional Section Relating Election
to the
and
wish to thank !>I... M. C. Pitts, Mrs. Battery fie*. mHmtAMA thereby on tins- first. Tuei. ol the Judge of the Court ef Record
,i.i- ati.Ui.firatMeindl) In January HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lit la and for Escunbla
County and the
It. II. Raulerson, Mrs. R. E. Padgett j of any year Immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an County Solicitor of laid County.
general U to laid Amendment to Article I VIII
of the
Mrs. Leslie Raulerson M... Edison LOCATED IN referendum \\tId.I.which electors for of the State of Florida Relative Constitution BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA.
President of the United States are voted to Aweasment of Property for Tacos and TUBE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Walker Mrs. Hazel Watford Mrs. NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. furl and U any such law respecting the the Collection of Taxes, by Adding SECTION 1. That Article V of the
Rosa Durrance, Mrs. Flaudie Register asMttment and collection of municipal Thereto Additional, Sections to Provide Constitution, of the State ol Florida be
taxes and ateeuments, or either of them, that la the County of Bay State of amended by adding thereto an additional
Eva Louise Bethea, Paula -- - - - -- -- by county tax officer it accepted and Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall section to be known as Section 48 of
-- -- -- -- -- ratified at the referendum election} u Assets the Property the County for the laid Article. Misting to the election I ot
Burdeshaw, M... Beth Gubler and provided herein, the lame shall become Purpose of Levying State County, School the) fudge of the Court of Record i In and
effective en the first day of January and Municipal Taxes Levied tol Cscunbis County and the County
Mrs. Sarah Herman. next succeeding suck referendum .... State, County, County School bo.rd. Solicitor of sold County and the same is
tion. School Districts. Special Tax School Dim hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted
SECTION S. Beta* any law described Inch and Municipalities of the County.BE ta the electors of the State of Florida
la the I'o IT foe ratification or rejection at the General .
County CommissionersContinued proc. RESOLVED BY THE: LEGISLA
shall be of any force and effect, It thtU TOR: OF TaR: STATE: OF FLORIDAl Election to be held on the tint aTausday
be and ratified by after the tint Monday In November -
accepted a majority
That the following Amendment to Ar I04o. ai follows
Immediate vote of the qualified electors ot Orange
( from Page 1> Delivery County, Florida at a referendum electionto tIde VIII of the Constitution/ of the SECTION 48. The Judge ol the Court '
be called and held for the State of Florida relative to the Assess. of Record In and for EtcamDia County
purpose
session this 30 day of September neat and Collection of all and the
ol determining whether such law shall taxes In the County Solicitor mid County
1,948( by the Board of County Com'mlsaioners \. be accepted and ratified OB rejected by County thereto of Bay, State of Florida, by addIng .shall hereafter be elected b": the qualified
tlK qualified electon of is Id County.Such additional sections to be lectors of said county as other 'lo' and
of Okeechobee County, J referendum election shell be held known as Section 14 and Section 19, be county officials are elected. The tint,
30GaI. Automatic within ninety days after the effective and the same la hereby agreed to and lection of the Judge of the Caurt of
Florida. Water Heaters Oil! date of any such law. The Board of shall be submitted to the Electors of Record In and for Escambla County and
the State of Florida for ratification of II ol laid ,
or
County Commissioners shall provide for Iht.C rJ.t county
The following vouchers were approved rejection at the general election be a the General Election in
Battery and Electric Radios the holding of any such referendum election h'lo
and ordered paid when fundsare and notice thereof shall be published held on the first l Tuesday tfttr 1048 to take ofilce the first Tuesday
by uld Board onco each wick for at Monday In November W8 aa tollowsl liter the first Monday In January. 19 4 Y.
available 50-lb. Ice Boxes least four suco..sjvo weeks Immediately SECTION 14. (I) From and after top a term :fIrol': .. The term or
next prior to the date of such election January 1. 1948 the County Tax Assessor tenure of anyone heretoforeor .
General Fund In a newspaper of general circulation Inlaid In the County of Bay state of Florida, hereafter appointed ta either of the
Photostat Pedestal & Floor Electric Fans County. Except u herein otherwise shall assess all property for all State, offices herein mentioned ihall not be ex.
Corp., provided, the laws ot the State relatingta County School and Municipal, taxes to tended hereby. Any vacancy in either
knife blade assembly . . .S132.57 Tricycles Power Lawn the holding of general elections shall be levied In the County by the State, of first' laid offices which occurt prior to sold
MowersHumphries cover the holding of any such referendum County. County School Board School Tuesday kftcr the first: Monday In
Payroll County Officers election. If any such law shall Districts Special Tax School Districts January, 1949, ihall be filled by appoint
bo accepted and ratified by the majorityof and ;\funIcipalitis.tb went by the Governor and confirmation
salary September . . . 991.60 electors participating In any such ( ) The Legislature shall at the Legit by the Senate u heretofore provided by
referendum election such law thill become latlve Session In 1847 and from time the Constitution, but In no cite for my
Heinle
Alderman to
TireAppliance and be In full force and effect, but time thereafter enact laws. specifying the longer the thin until the first Tuesday- after
eomm tax coll. Sept. . . 125.00 If it any such election a maJorJly of the powers functions duties and compensa the- term first Monday In January, 1(48 and
electors participating therein shall vote County Tax Assessor or tenure of office of anyone
Robert LaMsrtln the acceptance and O"prf.I designated appointed to either of said offices for'
against ratificationoi In 1 of this Section 14, and
the
& euch law, 11 shall be null and void thall'likewise provide by law for term beginning In 1947 halt expire
comm. tax assessor, Sept. . 125.00 Co. and of Da force and effect The canvassing extension ea the assessment roll of the the on Monday said In first Tuesday after the tirit
Welfare Board board of laid County thsll certify , County Tax Assessor of aU taxea levied January 1941
County the result of any such referendum by the State County, County School SECTION; I. Any 'provision ol she'
relief allowance, Sept. . . 380.00 Corner Orange Ave. & 4th St. election to the Secretary of State within I Board Schnoi Districts, Special Tax Constitution la conflict herewith la hW,
tea.days after the holding thereof. School 1 Districts and municipalities. by repealed.IN .

Basluger School Lunch Room, FORT I SECTION IS. (l) From and after

groceries, ept. . . . . . 12.80 PIERCE FLORIDA 'nuarr I, lola the County Tax Collector hereunto TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have
$ OUSI JOINT RESOLUTION NO. IS I to the County ol Bay, state of Flu act my hand and- affixed the
Fla. Power A' Light Co. A JOUrr KXaOLUTION Proposing an do. shell collect all taxet levied la the Great Seal of he State of Florida at
I Amendment to Article VIII ot the ConitltuMoa Count by the Slate. County Tallahassee thiCaItalo this the 1st day
also. Jail &: courthouse 15.32 ,. _"" -r-----w ol the State of Florida Relative School Board, School Districts., County Special o A uit., A. O. 194J. ..
I I* tlsesstmifil etf froperty tee Taaee and, Yarn School Clstilcte and "Hnlltlte., tWIai R. A. GRAY
Secretary el lUte.






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FRID4f OCTOBER 11, 1940 THE OKEECHOBEE!: NEWS er

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l4; ; ; r9 It l CLASSIFIED ADS 1 i 1068 More Deadly Notice of ElectionTo


the Sheriff. of O[
,,,,,. ,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, To Insects ThanDOT ,, of the State of Florida
:H)0:": : : : :< : : + : ; ) Be it 'Known Thst 1. 11. A. OKAY
Secretary of Mete of the State of
FOR SALE I Comparative tests made at some .Florida do hereby give notice that a

of our state unlvenltlei show that

BABY CHICKS-Heavle.. C, O. D. 1068 the newest Insecticide, la several General Electionwill

lUll for 100 David Nichols
.. time more deadly to many
Hatchery Rockn art Georgia be liel.f In OKEKCHOBKB County,
: insects
than DDT.SOUTHLAND'S .
State of
Florida nn Tuesday nest sue.ceeillnv
r"e ---T" FRUITY ODOR I the first Momlay In November
FOR SALE-5 Tire, suitable for INSECTICIDE A. I>. 11HI, the salil Tilemlay being the
HOUSEHOLD SPRAY I
Glade, Buggy or tractor work 16 1
""i f A r contains 1068 and li. a aure killer
4 heA ply, sire 23 X IB. Best offer takes Fifth Day ofNovember
for touches, ants, moths, bedbugs,
these tires. Telephone 4-1 900.
I flies, mosquitoes, and other house-
2350 W. Flagler St., Miami Flu II
I hold insects of this region. The spray

I. stainless and has a pleating odor) a
FOR SALE-4 Room House With For United States Senator.

Bath See Frank Chandler, Jr. I It li a year-round spray and should Far Representative of the SIXTH

find a permanent place In every: CongreMlonal District of the State of
Florida. In the Eightieth Congress of
/ AgAWV* fife, 4 k4TMPRbVEMENT FOR SALE Large Ice box home. As the supply this year Is the United States. '

Y 1 Suitable for Restaurant or Store. llmltled! play ute by ordering your Court For of Two the Justices State of of Florida.the Supreme

Mrs Gladys Mobley. bottle now from Raulerson's Grocery, For Two Railroad Commissioners
of th* State of Florida.
'a t tI t s rdrtll 1 Okeechobee. Satisfaction guaranteedor For State Senator for NONE ((33)
rte a ; FOR SALE Unfinished cement II money refunded. Senatorial District of the State of

rt''t z1P.r block house, sire 17X24, fourteen Florliln.
{ For ONE Member of the HOIIW of
rt
tote Located on State Road 29 in NOTICE TO COXTUACTOHS Representatives of the State of Flor-

City Offlre of .the Hint steed l IXpnrtmrntTallahnsiuv. 1110
Limits. I
See
KlnrlilnOcrnher'Z For Cli-rk of the Circuit Court.
Cecil Mobley, 1II4U For PrmwiitlnK Attorney County
('Ol14TRI''TIO'l-! 'ollrt.
Benny Jones Garage. FF.II.IUI111 PKOfJKtM: For TWO ronntv ComiiilnHlonern.
- Stolid, bids will l>e ..'....lv..1 Ht thin Districts Two and Four.
WANTED nflW from gmiliriiMl, Cniclructcini until For TWO Members of the County
111::Ml A. M KM.T.) on the .2 lb) tiny .oanl of Public Instruction. Dlxtrlrts.
of (Irloli.T. 1INH, for the. rniiHlructionnf One and Three.
WANTED-The use of'a well tuned the f.illi.wliiu iir.ijwls' : For Justice of the Peace In nnd for
Federal Aid Km'onilury VrojwtNo. the fallowing Justice Districts, vise:
piano.to be used at the long service
None,
H-19 tHo Job Nil. IHIII-.1I1.)
In the evangelistic/ tent. Nicholas Slnto Rand No. 1(1.-A. Okiwlmlii-e For ronntnr.li> In and for the follow
('011111)'. between Slate (toad, No. :21)and ingJiuM .. Districts, vas: None
Wallace, P. 0. Box 878. the $t. Lurhr,, County Line. In Testimony Whereof. I hove here-
Work ....e aids of irni.llnir ronstrurtliiK tint RPt my hand nnd affixed the
and to nil H hi. H.It.H.M. 1'nve- irene Noal of the State of .'Iorlc''...
.q WANTED- Saw. Scissor IIIMII Wl ft. will, six tlinlitr nnilconrrcle at 'l'etlahllesce. the Capital, this Inn
a ) e w e sharpen. Cat) ,sharpen anythingthat bridges, small ilrntnaitp, RealI fI..1) day of September i A. D. JWfl.K. .
(
( tear
x matures onil Inclilontiil Itenm.
t r cuts. All Work guaranteed. Tbe net total, blight In HOSl ml!.'*. A. GRAY
C. J. Hawk A "..rtltb',' check In in.unit of 17. Sprretarv of State.
(HKMKI mailn imyahle. to the Cliiilnnnii To' IION N O STE VAItT.
nf I tin Slate Itoinl Ilf|>iirtim>lit, with Sheriff OKEECHOBEE County
WANTED--Office help. Apply the ni'resmirv 141111..'. I>'iifUinonlnryStnmim

Gilbert Chevrolet Co nttiicliiMl. iniiHt ai'rniniMiiiy NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
tech bid Hiihinltii.il fir Otis projm-t >'OH FIVtI. IllSrilK4.K
All corliriiMl Hwkx Khali In- n.rtlflcilMllliln OF ADMIMSTIttTOK
NOTICEDue 11 days of the ihit> tor riwlv- TO .U.LUIOM IT M \V ('ONERNI
t Rexas to the shortage/ of parts w. hilt I'l.lH ('u.lili>rH' checks will nut police la hereby given/ that I have
ln niTi-iitcil' The rlivika of the two .', III' Final Return HS Admlnltrator
will be open only on Tuesdays,,, h,nest. bidders will ho tI"I..III.,1.| l of the estate of John Lofton.-
Tlw minimum I WiliIJI.II i,i tu nil .klll.>illiilinr eceiiseil, ; that I have filed Petl-
T.O STATE INSTITUTIONS and the ba1&nce0 scattered fagS .top: octVUr. .oavlUWtlon rtarW! Thursdays and Saturdays. employed| | | nil three cnntrni'tM ithiillIn IIIIn for rlnal Dlsrhiirice.! and my\ that I

Is being pushed underan ities. Upper left reconditioning of on new cJossroom and new dormitory r STANEY'S M (Ml PIT boar The minimum WHIM will apply t.. the Hi.ruble '}'. W,
room at Farm Colony for Feebleminded for negro boys at Industrie paid lu nil Inhiir. lnli>riii Kruilo, (bales, Jr. ('entity Judge, of Okee-
I 10,000,,30 building program of RADIO AND ArPM\NCE I'liipl.iMMl. on these rontrnrti shall he chobee County Klorllln. ou October
used girl inmates modern School for below reconditioned
by ; Boys;
11th. liMO, for
Tim minimum
71 wills per hone lynch approval! of the same and
which abcut $500,000 has been allocated sanitary facilities replacing typeof and renovated Infirmary at Ii SERVICEW. I mid to all nuskllled Llhnr PIII I I1IIyN11 for *Inal DlHcharire ns >,lnil.l.ra. ,.,.

to building at the Capital old facility shown In inset at destrtal.6chool.fa Boys. mi thpae rontriK'lH alum ht 110 cfiits ot the entate of John Lofton; i, dcessed;
._ per hour. Ibted thl" 2'1 day ot Ml'pl..lllh..r:
-- --- HAVE MEETING
M. S.
...........V....nv'VV'V Ernest E. Boyettc, 17, some Elder and Mrs: W, H. Harden, Mr. All work to bo ilnnp In accordance 11)411.
Mr.\\ MORRIS
and
with the flans Kiiprlflcatlinia" I.O.'TOSAdllllniitralor
I and :II r.. B. E. ''Boyette Box ,I and Mrs G. J. Harden, and :Mrs. Albert Hlim-liil I'rinlHlons of the Kliili- Hell, of th Estate ut
The Woman's Missionary Societyof liepiirtiiient. H,iwlii, I atti'titlon Is relied John Lofton, ilecenn1SOTICE .. .
'
Local and Personal Okeechobee\ Fla., has reported for Harden returned to their homesIn
IIPfiirnlahpil
the First Baptist Church met at tu Hppdiil I'rovlKliiim wlilih will
rr.Tuit, training .at the Naval train Okeechobee Monday from Donald with pueli irnpowil, The attpiitliin TO APPEAR
.
I the home of Mrs J. E. Cone for their
'
of tilil.lern ts directed to the THE' STA'IW
... ........ jug Center Bainbridge, :Md. Boyette' lonville, Ga., where they went last regular monthly business meeting. Hpwliil ProvlHlons covering mill lei 11 MU TO : OI.AD13 OK FLORIDA WATFORD:

I who enlisted for three years, six week to attend a three day meeting following or iiHMlirnlnir Ill> ,'onlr.t.l'rolo.lIl. 817 W. Grand St.
After the business session, the will IIP furiilHheil to Qualified
|
l\ln. N. 0. Stewart Mrs. Gene Mo Montlcello, Iowa
tnonths, entered the Naval service
.
of the Association of the Primitive social ( ''111 rll""r. upon application to You are hereby required to
Laughlin and Mra Parker were visitors August 5, 194. FOIL 'TIII' sr.M OK $1: my office In Okeecbuhee. .Florlila appeart on

spending the day Tuesday in I '- hour KAl'll I'liiim may hi pnri'lniHcil from Xov"lllh"rItb., A. I). 11MH, to Bill ufoniplnlnt
Before this he worked for B. E. Boy *.
this orrii'c for the sum nf f > No pro-
Mrs, W. D. Coker, Mrs. Melvin : for Divorce' tiled agnlnst you
Orlando. IMlHlJS Will lie iHHIIIMl unless rmplestsfor : :
ette.. Carl u Watford, I In Circuit Court,
I Mr.1 and tire. Frank Wilkerson of Walgemuth, Mrs. Mary Breeland, then sec reed|vi il by thlH office keecbohae County Florida In ",,-
I leant 24 hours to the limn for
I'Hor
nt fault wherefore Decree
Orlando and Dr.' Hunter Garlington Mrs. J. T. Collin., Mr. A. N. Bowen hhl. Pro Cnnfessuwill
.
Paul AI.nh'
Mrs., Robins returned to her Mils returned to be .nler.awalust you ; the Okeechobee -
Glayds Bevllla
I' of Birmingham, Ala., spent last Wednesday Mrs. O. L, Raulerson, Mrs C, R. All bill in UK t whew tntnlH for eni'li New Is designated' the news-
Home here Sunday from the Fort her home here Friday afternoon Item and tntnl nmoniit of Mil Insertvilnn In whlih this Order shall bq
toper pulliHliHil -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs S. J. Davis Mr. G. C. Th
Bibb. tin rover nf the iirniioanl.1 right
Pierce hospital. : from !Miami where she spent a week all ""10.lI'rATE once a week for fuur consecu- ...
\1 Reeves Mr,. Wilkrson'and Dr Ul1'ance.Mra.'t.w. Register, Mrs. l hi esorvpil to reject nnv-nr live weeks. '
., r'I* with"her trotherlif1iiw'inCdeter: ROAD HICI'AHTMENTIK 1Yltneemy band and official seal at
Garlington are sinter and brother to Will Raulerson, Mr. Erma Lowe PLUKIIIAK lkiv ...
bob Flurlila. till 2.1tb otK..pt..mber
< < day
A Veteran. Office Is.now open In, Mr. and Mri. Tom Proctor. Mrs. I'. BAM-KXS.! C'hnlrninn.
Reeves. Mrs. F, F. Burr Mrs. C, D. Harden MICHMio.N I'. 'Ot.O.NEY. A, D. 1U40
the county court house f9r the pur (Seal f
Mrs.. R. E. Hamrick Mrs Hugh State llltrlmay Engineer MABEL P. KAfLERSONJ'l.lOUK '
.. pose of aiding veterans and'their dependent :Mias Sadie Sanders returned to : OF CIKCl'IT COfRT
.. Jack Ch'andler
f Elledsre, who Is attending the and Mri. T. W. Conely NOTICE

In securing benefits* such her home here Friday from !Miami University of Florida at Gainesville Jr. The hostesses were Mrs. Leslie III poinpllani.il vth ChaplPr W)( S.rtorlilil FLOKIDAMUY OKEECHOBEE (COUNTY

ns penilons, etc. where aha spent several days with'Mr. StutiitoH of 1041. the followlnit SANDKKFITR SI'HUi.MANA'I'1'sRNRY
I the week-end with family Raulerson and Mrs. J. E. Cone.
\ spent his (Teske, sad' Iimpprtors were nnpnlntiMlfi , FOR PLAINTIFFN
anc! Mrs. A. H.. Evans. Mr. In Okeechobee. piuli cl.M'tln illsirlrt In Okiwlio- '

'"Mr. and Mri. .S. G. Saunders and, Evan, returned to Okeechobee with l lure Ciniiily. fur tin General Election THE CIRCUIT COI'KT OF Tl1ENIN9'H
V. J. DOMER TO UNDERGO to be held November! s. 1DIH.\
little daughter left yesterday to return her and spent several days with her I''h..t I JI'IJll'r.H.lU'IIIT OF
I J. T. Hancock and OPERATION AT HOSPITAL FLORIDA IN AND KOR
to their home In Key West after, parents Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Walker, spent Saturday tee IlllllH. Clerk OKEKI'IIOBKUK: : ('DUN:;'T\',
]I In IN FORT PIERCE TODAY W V. Aibllmiu. Iiuppi'lorJ
Sunday Okeechobee with his family IN CIIANCEUY
spending the first of the week here Sr. II. Trtpp| |
SPIT TO Ql'IKT: : TITLEI'Eit'Y
.
.1. II. 1'nrknr
with Mrs. Sounders' parents, Mr. and 1,. K. r.'-... Deputy Shprll'f MINO and ilOHTHL'KW MI Ml,
V. J. Domer left yesterday for Ft. his wife,
!If r.. J. CcFlatt.Mr. Among those spending a few hours 1..II..t 9 Plaintiff".
I I Palm Beach Mrs. Genevieve Cross ,was calledto 1 Pierce where he will undergo an operation Albert Loftuii. OprkA
of last neck in West ill's PrpHcntt vs
K
Okeechobee last week because of at the Ft. Pierce Hospital t'liiiiidli'r ( IIA HI.F.I! D. orSLKY. J. S. OUHI.KY
and Mrs. Jack Hlatt spent were Mrs, Phil Cason Mrs. Bryant Murunri't )lAltOAKKT MORUISON and C. M.IIGllSMITir .
I the illness of her father, Buck Wil I.orlnp Thm11pslnlEdgar'l'hmns
today Mr. Darner operated on
was
the week-end in Okeechobee visiting, Bowden Mr. J, Mfnehan Sarah Min :, !Sheriffrrrclntl ,
(Hams, who had suffered a stroke"Mrs. ; about two for hernia and 3 ORDER TO APPEAR
Mri, HIatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs..1' ehan, Mrs. E. H. Hunt Mr. and Mrs.A. makes years ago UiiuliTmiii, clerkIullle TUB STATE OF FLORIDA I
'1 Boettger Cross her home in Belle it hat to l be done over. Arthur Tu CHARLES B OL8LEY.: S.O18LEY. .
Phil Cason. I. J. and son Jack. i Smith inspector71)'rtle
Glade. I.nftuU MARGARET MORIIISON
_. and C. )r. I1KIHSM1TH If alive,
0 ---- Tin- H. M DurrnncpV
= Gilbert Culbreth and Eddie
:.. =--o---- I .:. Arnolil.. R. end If dead to their unknown
Mrs. L. M. Raulerson left Tuesday dall left Sunday for Macon, Ga., Frmtm-t heirs, devisee, lebatee, or grantee )
pull to all person having or claim-
Miirlon Martin. Clerk'
t morning to return to, her home In where they went on buslnesa. Mrs. Stelbi "'"11I1.111., [ppotor lug an Interest In the following.
Mrs K. .1. MllmiilLarim < ." described land situate lying and I.e.Ong
: Alabama after spending a week here Chandler; In the County ot Okeeihobee Stateof

I with Mr. and Mrs Peter Raulerion Howard Seville of Vero Beach wa Jim Junliin. U. S.Prnlnrt. Florida, to wit :
\ 5 Lots 10 11 and 12 of Block KM ot
\ : and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Meserve. a visitor spending Monday In Okee Nut 8trntton rierkIrvathpl the Town of Okeechobee, according

H : chobee with his mother, Mri John ( fptUeicrovB to pint of said Town recorded lathe
Niinliil Allen office of the Clerk of CircuitCourt
f Mr. and :Mrs. Morris Barnett and Brett. Itnnl MX of St. Lucle County, Florida,

little daughter .Carolyn, of Fort -- lied Foster I). 8. In Pint Book :2. at Page 17 al.on
1..lnc.I I 8 Okeecbobee County, Florida, lu
Ogden, were visitors spending the Ilaynei Williams who ia a student ,T. \V. Scott t'lerk Pint Honk 1, at Page 10.

CoatsAND past week end in Okeechobee with at the University of Florida spent >rm.. r-nrn\Holi UitlitwyMrs. Si-otr e G1IEKTIM1 Percy Mine.! Joined by his wife tier-

Mrs. Barnctt's parents,'Mr .and MrsJ. the past week end here with his Mrs. nowlltt Walker I rude Ming having filed In this court
llpullttnlkpr.. li. a.Irtrlnrt their sworn bill uf compliant' In this
II. Walker Jr. parents Mr. and Mr. Z. K. Williami. 1 suit the nature and purpose of which

I I Walter elrll,. Clerk' Ie to determine the title ot the plaintiffs
Add. Hiini-iK'k. Inspector" to the land berelnnbove described to
Mrs. J. R. Mlnehan .and Mrs Bry-! -= I W. H. Hiu.illliKniiv be a good and sufficient absolute fee
\ ant Bowden last' Blum simple title, to have all claims and
were visitors spending Harvey Ilamrtck returned \\ tills Johnson I). M. merest of the defendnnte and each

I Saturday and Sunday in Fort My' Friday from Monticello and other 1'rn-lnrt of them In and to ald land paused
:
4Suits W.\\ i). Cok..r. clerk. upon and determined to remove cloud
: + : ers. West Florida place where he spent! r.avtrpnce Aildlson, IiiMpei'tor upon the plaintiffs' title to sold land

.'. .- two weeks t'. ,1. Hawk to quiet and confirm the plaintiffs
Ii K. C. Evans title thereto, and In which bill of complaint I
"* w v Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Markham Kit: Kniilem.m, n. S.PrM'Inrt the plaintiff tate that they

I'f: .*.. ( c. arrived back In Okeechobee Saturday Leland Pearce and Luther Mobley Phil Y. rash,. Clerk' 9 the believe land there herein are Involved person Interested an.b..reln'In

Fall arid I after spending the past summer were visitors spending Monday afternoon I. N. M<'Mullen above described, and having named

Just Arrived .. t. our new, qats In Georgta and Virginia. in St. Cloud. Albert BopttiterChnrlle therein certain peraon a* known byname
T). HurilenC. to them the said plaintiff, but

for inspection. Come Chalrmnn a* not known by them, the said' plaintiff
ready E. DIUWDY
suits are your ConuulmiloneriOkiechohiw *, whether auld persons are dead or
of
ll.nril C'onnty
I alive and aa believed by them the

I in 'at your leisure and select your Fall II Rose Bushes Attest: Miibel P. Hnulerson.County, Florida Clerk' said. In plaintiff the property. It living and to premise be Interested herein

I herelnabove delrrlb..d.anet. ,
T OF Involved and
NOTICE OF ASM'AL MFETINfl
-outfit., We'll put it away for you, and I.AMXHVNKRH OF F.\il.K' IIV If dead to have been interested
I'III.URUNAU ItlSTKIC'T therein ;
will '-- Place Your OrderNOW XoriCK IS IIEUEBY CUVEN\ that And having made all persona having
with easy-payment plan you Interest In the abovedescribed
pursuant to a cull of the Hoard oHiiperrlsiirs or claiming any
of Knifle Boy Sub-Drain land parties defendant tothe

for when need it. So iiKff Mmrlct, the nnniiul meeting of the auld bill of complaint) -
it you the
from
paid demanded
have Innilonnem' of Eagle: buy Ih.h-IJr.llI- And having
,' Dlstriet for the year 100 will h.. Clerk of Circuit Court In and for Okeeehohee

simple . so smart I Try'itl t v C For Delivery in November ago held. In the In office the County of the County Court. house ComnilKKloiiprn an order County.requiring Florida such, the persons making and of

of Okeerhobe I'liunty. In the City oOkeethohee. partle to appear to their said bill or
# Kliirldii. nn Mnnilnv. Oet complaint upon a day' not less than
Burgess Supply Co. ober 2H. IIJ.1Iat) ::1:00: ) P. M., Eastern twenty-eight days nor more Inaa
I Stniidnril, Time, for the purpoeee nfl: sixty day from the date of the ma'ft0' *-

EASY LAYAWAY PLAN 1. Electing HnpervlKore for terms said ord..r:
ON . and (21 THEREFORE ORDEREDthat
-"- .! .!.L + of one (1) two years 114.
defendants
reHpectlvply I each and every the
:2. Uwelvlnit annual reports sad above. named, designated. and specified
tnkliiK such aetlon with respect, are hereby required to appear herein
TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES thereto as the lunilowners may to the plaintiffs' bill of complaint
determine: sad herein Sled on the 14 day nf October,
3. TrimsiK'tlnff surh other buslnene A. D. IWfl. and that this orler b. pub'
SON J DE/7./ CASH REGISTERS nn may rams before the meeting The Okeechobee Newa. aneT.paperf
\\ BOUt) OF I'EHVISOUS' OV KAUI.E f general circulation. published
11\ SIORE SERVICED BOUGHT & SOLD BAY SUB-rHAINA DISTRICT In Okeechobee County Florida
a By J. It. h.UWAHI once a week for four consecutive
V ,.PresidentStarts
Repairs To All Makes ""WITNESS! my hand a* Clerk and
rteildf In Seconds the Seal of laid Court this 12th day

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\.I: An amusing toy' simple co make and
Inexpensive. Pattern 1244 contalns a

S lilt transfer of materials pattern and directions' for doc, .,

y ,fali4 Due to an unusually large demand and
current condition, sUghtly more time la
am a .' required In filling order for a few ot Uw
nn most popular pattern numbers.
For the Record Send your order' tot

In 1940, and repeated as late ai *, I Circle Needleeraft
1..II :r..DI.
1944, Stalin declared that a Com ::: : ; W. Randolph St. Chicago
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Enclose 20 cants for pattern.No.
munlst state was never safe until + o\\
the whole world was Communist. x a ml's;ri g3.y a J w t i;h';1{ .-.

; [ :: Name.
The diplomatic rat race, started Addr" 1
by Russia, Is' on. History will re y''
cord the unspeakable tactics to : ,

snare the support of Germans as an '
atrocity of peace. The allied diplomatic ,' ': : ty" S CAill 2 R I4. aw12ncQ.

throat slitting (while promising

to revive Naziland's power) not : Johnny on his ninth birthday'''

only emphasizes their split -also had had a party. 'It was all over

underlines the cleavage between and he was now gazing wistfullyat
FDR's foreign policy and the zigzagging the ..remains of the cake.

now practiced by America's "Mother,." he said, "may I havea
leaders. Roosevelt said: piece of cake-only a small ,
"As for Germany, that tragic "
piece, please?
nation which has sown the wind 72 I t
and Is now reaping the whirl- "No," replied his mother.
.
"You've had quite enough"
wind-we and our allies are entirely
agreed that we shall not "Well, may I sleep with a bit
bargain with the German conspirators under my pillow?" risked the boy.

or leave them a shred "Very well, here you are, and
of control-open or secret- the remember to keep it under your

Instruments of gov't. We shall pillow. Now run along to bed and

not leave them a single element go to sleep."

of .military power-or of potential On going up to Johnnie's room

military power." THE caution to let sleeping dogs' some time later his mother was

needn't worry you with this amazed to see Johnnie sleeping
From a front page story In the Invite the Neighbors for a Harvest Special! : floppy, cuddly Vooch-he'll go right peacefully with the piUpw over his
New York Herald Tribune of January I (See Recipes Below) on sleeping. Everyone loves him! I stomach. f
1, 1945: "Allied supreme head-

quarters, confirming reports from Harvest Party LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU
the front of a mass slaughter by the
Pan Fried Pork Chops
Germans of American soldier prisoners If ;you're planning to ask some of Apple Rings

issued today an official state. the neighbors to drop In and help Candled Sweet Potatoes
ment which said that 115 Americanswere you with that last batch of harvestIng Carrots and Celery

murdered in this way soon weeding, gardening or what- 'Frozen Pear-Grape Salad ula a en
after the German counter-offensive have-you,' then'be sure you have Muffins .
began The statement (issued after plenty of good food that can be
Peach Pie Beverage For a change,. paint your ordinary For a door or opening which appears -
an investigation) said the Americans served to them, family style.
Recipe Given. flower pots with black enam too small, the eye can be
captured near Malmedy Bel. Should
the weather be warm and
el. You will be surprised how well deceived with a wallpaper borderof
glum, were lined up in ranks six lovely, plan to eat under the shade
set off bright flowering plants the right width around the door,
deep and were mowed down by ma of the old tree, or they .
3 large cooking apples such as pink petunias. -e-
chine-gun fire
the .
on porch, asyou'll
3 tablespoons melted butter or -.- When cleaning the floor
use a
But a year and a half later ; find the
American diplomats are ready to. outdoors makes substitutey ? Before stringing small beads dip mop instead of a broom and you
treat German soldiers like allies! even ordinaryfood cup vinegar the end of the thread in glue which get the dust and dirt all at once
taste 1\
There Is pretty yt cup brown sugar, firmly thread easily without the use of a '
nothing so hypocriticaland 1L) .. J.:' '. ': special. Set the ,
stupid as the current syrupy v.41'. { J table with ;your packed needle.
2 salt .
drooling by allied diplomats about .. f. checked ginghams teaspoons - 1A-II.'I'e.
the difference between "The German i: .: ,,,l."" and have 54 teaspoon pepper Glue thin sections of cork to the

people" and the Nazis. "The plenty of paper Finely shred cabbage, back lower corners of picture

German people" (is the most obnox i napkins for buttery fingers and core 'and tough portions. Add I frames to prevent a dust line on BwttieZf

ious type of weasel-wording. . I hands still wet from the succulent boiling water the wall..
NazIIsm is merely a new label for fruit. cook, covered, '-e- -
ancient German One minutes or I think of strandsof
venom of In Ever keeping
Everything the way of food
Germany's military heroes is Gen- should be simple, but good, and cabbage is I. embroidery floss straight be- iJ
I
eral Count Hatsler. He der. About of book
von once make sure there's plenty of It. This minutes I tween pages a ? Lay
declared: will be the reaping in of everything strands of one color across 'one your nose some
"It Is necessary that our civilization that's edible from leason'lproduce cabbage is page, strands of another color times fills up stufrytranstenteon;
build Its temple on mountains your add across another ,page, and so on. ration-put a tew drops of Va-tro-nol
and the table should be
tn each nostril.It quickly reduces
cored ; << con-
of corpses, on an ocean Leave ends peek out ,the top to .
as bountiful as ;you ,can pos.lblymake which have been ,teen and makes breathing...In
II tears and on the death cries It. sliced and cook find color. you want. v, ., a> hurry .. slur grand relief from
--"""' 'I ef 'men and women without minutes longer. Then add ? -e- anUBy, sneezy. stuff jr distress of bead

numbers. Germany must rule Tomato Soup ing Ingredients, combined, ro'I Fried or stewed chicken goes far colds.: Followdlrectlons In the packagesVICKSVATIONOL:

the Inferior races of the "'orldl"! (Serves 6)) lightly: with a fork. Heat and when it is cooked, diced, and

He said that in 1893! 12 fresh tomatoes With all these vegetables, mixed with sauce or gravy to '
I scalllons want to savor of a light fruited ,
serve on top of biscuits or toast.
1 teaspoon salt ad such as this one: :
Sec'y Byrnes' naive babbling that
the Germans will behave like good K teaspoon pepper, freshly ground Frozen Pear-Grape Salad. + O'sULlIYAN
(ID
: SAYS.
little rodents If they; are gifted with 1 teaspoon sugar (Serves 6)) Snow.White Giraffe i Found '. ,
-
H teaspoon sweet marjoram
democracy must make intelligent H teaspoon thyme 6 to 8 pear halves, canned or And Filmed* in AfricaThe 'fftf OVutOvairSOUf as trill atfftttt
citizens shudder. Germans had a 3-ounce package
Juice of 1 lemonS cream' text t/mt yta fin yore
taste of democracy during the days; Green or Tokay grapes
teaspoons grated lemon first albino giraffe record -
peel on
of the Weimar republic after theFirst Salad Greens thus itlt4EASY ,
,. cup soar cream ? was discovered and filmed in
World war They promply spit Dressing
1 teaspoon color movies members of the
It out and swallowed Nazllsm. carry powder' to taste by IDES IT
Mash the .
Dash of salt cream cheese and Macnab-Snyder Safari in Kenya

AWed hop-beads now are cooing Peel tomatoes and press through slivered ties of the grapes to It.Use Stuff 1 Into If Colony, Africa, in June, 1938. UP Hill
pears.
with Nazi militarists. But it's safer a coarse sieve Add minced scallions cup Upon learning of the existenceof
juice or mixed fruit DR
juice and add
,
to tangle with a cobra than clutch salt and pepper, sugar, herbs, tablespoons french this snow-white animal the
dressing to
lemon juice and peel Chill for 2 Kenya Game Department issuedan
the paw of a Junker killer. In 1944 Beat with a rotary beater
Field Marshal von Rundstedt issueda hours or longer. Heat until just this mixture 1 extra package, adding edict to hunters that it was not DOWN'w

secret report to German generals hot, then serve In soup plates with cream cheese and mixing to be harmed.
sour cream and minced If ,
that stated: desired parsley: smooth. Place stuffed pears In : .

"With the booty we have accumulated frigerator tray, pour beaten
the enfeebling of two If you're having barbecued chicken ture over them and let freeze
generations of enemy; manpower or ribs of beef or spareribs, thenyou'll firm. Serve on greens with I Sandburg On WashingtonPoet I

and the destruction of their Industries certainly want to have some salad dressing. _

we shall be better of these picnic-type beans: Bran Refrigerator Rolls. Carl Sandburg spent a

placed to conquer In 25 years Baked Beans (Makes 2 dozen) week in Washington, D. C., ,as
than we were In 1939. Wedon't (Serves 4 to 6)) \'t cup shortening ; the guest of a friend. When he was I

have to fear peace conditions % cup minced onion 6 tablespoons granulated sugar ready to depart after seven daysof

analogous to those which 1J4 cups minced green pepper !{ teaspoon salt intensive sightseeing, his host
we have Imposed because our 4 tablespoons butter or substitute \'t cup boiling water asked: e
adversaries will always be.div 4 cups canned baked beans Ii cup bran "How did you like Washington?"

ided. Their disunity; will force % cup diced dill pickle 1 cake yeast "It is the only asylum I have
them to fight each other, and 94 cup grated American cheese commented
54 cup lukewarm water ever seen, Sandburg,
Germany will play" one side H cup soft bread crumbs x 1 egg, beaten .- "that is run by the Inmates."
against the ether. Saute the onion and
green pepperIn 3 to 354 cups sifted flour ; <
2 tablespoons butter. Add .
beans
Mix shortening, and
Allied plans to rebuild German industries and arrange in with boiling water;sugar then add S. Get sweeter, tastier. -- bread! \

must have been inspired alternate layers and cool to lukewarm. Soften ; ,
by the ghost of Hitler. When the with cheese and in lukewarm water; add with egg In use
Nazi milltary'machine cracked, pickle in a but } bran mixture Stir in enough FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH

leading German industrialists helda tered casserole. to'make a soft dough and beat
secret meeting on August 10, 1944 Top with crumbs oughly. Cover and store In the **
-and blueprinted strategy for mobilizing mixed with remaining frigerator overnight. Form '

German Industry for the butter small balls and place three of 'V'Af1

Third World war. Blkelnahot, balls In each greased muffin ; ;
(400 degree) oven
Cover with a clean towel Let }
The following for 25 minutes. .
news clipping in a warm place until almost ,
should be on the desk of every delegate Red Cabbage With Apples. bled In bulk. Bake In a hot ( ". 1YEAST

at the Paris conference. It was (Serves 6)) degree).oven for 15 to 20 minutes. .- I"
published In the January 29, 1930, 1 2la pound bead of red cabbage Dutch Plum Cake.Serves ,

issue of the German zeltung, "Volk- 44 cop boiling water ( 6)) ; it, .. ... ;;
lather Beobachter": 1 sifted flour .
cup is : .j .
"Germany; can have only one LYNN SAYS: 1)4 teaspoons baking powder '
ardent wish, namely, that the H teaspoon salt : ,.::

spirit of misfortune should Their Own Special Meanings: 3 tablespoons granulated sugary A r'i' .
hover over every aWed conference Recipes have their own language cup shortening \f'::' "

thai discord shall arise which you must know before you 1 egg !:'';,t} >"., i' "$ '

therefrom, and that finally a can follow directions accurately. W cup milk -

world peace which would other. Chick the following list and,see 3% cups peeled, pitted plums, cut -
wise ruin our nation should dissolve if you know your language: eighths
In blood and flre." A la king means served In a 54 teaspoon cinnamon FULL-STRENGTH I Fleischmann'i fresh active Yeast start

From a speech by Adolf Hitler rich sauce with green pepper, pimiento !/J teaspoon nutmeg working rght away! All the strength of the yeast bringsout

mushrooms and perhaps .2 tablespoons butter or substitute all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of

New York Vignette Lorraine De some other vegetables. Sift together flour, baking 7, sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness every time
Wood, the thrush, was motoring up AspIc a well'seasoned jelly and salt. Add 1 tablespoon of .

Riverside drive. . She kept holdIng made from stock, tomato Juice or sugar Cut in shortening with IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, Insist ODFleischmann'
one arm out of the car, wavingit broth. blender or knife and work
full-strength fresh active
aimlessly . The motorist be. Blanch, a verb meaning to together until it looks like ,
hind her (so the story goes in the plunge Into hot water for a few meal. Stir in egg and milk ., Yeast with the familiar yellow label Dependable

mall) couldn't savvy her signals and minutes, then in cold water to re have been combined. Spread in -America's favorite yeast "ry

the machines collided. , "Oh, move skins as on tomatoes or greased or oiled pan. Place for over 70 years. .' : :; -
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lady," he almost wept, "I couldn't peaches and nuts. plums on top sprinkle with' :
tell wbatlnell you wert signalling! Braise: means to brown meat mon and remaining sugar, : '

. "I wasn't signalling," Lorraine by pan-broiling, baking or broiling butter, Bake In a moderately jl.4hitjUU'tJlI : .
of !
then covering It with a liquid
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said, shifting her choongum (400-degree) oven for 40 to 45
low
and cooking at a tempera ;
"I was Just drying my nail polish! ture until tender utes or until plums ar.lender. j pr'f.: '

Bilbo's mouth operation was a Brush to spread thinly warm, cut in slices with ,. 7
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1'p' 1pyETO\ YESSIR WELL, ITS! .. IF MWANTED A VOSTlR One more row to hoe
HAVE ALL OP C WHEN MY RATHER 3TRAt4GB 1 WOULD'VE TORN I7 \
/ THOSE THINGS GIRL SAYS SHE IT MEANS \ REQUEST 6UT 1 OFfI TH' fENCG 1 1RNHEAO
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ZOOLIt'n! .S Ou'weos'p4oHCY %
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akAf s peace. He's safeguarding your future I
"I+wt, iW-"fujtm wnc"r .2 $ / /

?SAVI"o TIONAL BANK ; M. ...,,, At heart, he's still that farm boy. His laughter
> DEPT. sounds the same-when he can laugh. He still goes

for cokes and cakes-when he can get them. And he

still gets mighty homesick-when he has nothingelse
By Len Kleis
VIRGIL to do but think of home.
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HUH ? r SAID
MORN NG I EVERYOIJE'SW Your USO has one more row to hoe. Another
.WAR FaR ME MORNING bOOD' ,A I OF round of laughs to plant. Another crop of cheer. t
TH'LIVING

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millions of American boys still need the USO. They

need the camp shows and clubhouses-the hours of

relaxation and entertainment-a place to hang their
hats and loosen their belts.


They need to know that the folks back home are

still thinking of them-are still willing to pitch in

and make their task a lighter one.
SILENT SAM By Jeff Hayes

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IrRDDJ mKi aKBUSINESS NOTICBOKEBCHOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA .,
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September IB, 1946 ,

J! & PROFESSIONAL pursuant NOTICE to IS Section HEREBY 9 GIVEN of Chapter that I

82UA, Laws of Florid. Act of 1KST
known I* the MURPHY ACT. and In _.- .--- --
iiirsuanc* of Chapter 20608, Law of r ,
DIRECTORY Florida' -Acti of 1M1, known ae the
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS-
dl'lIJ"uon'D'D'DU"U".u'u""m'D'U.u.u.nuWU"HARRY TRI 'l' ACT, the following described \
*csiaBflffl and, situated I In Everglade Drainage
matrlrt. In OVwchohe County, FlorIn .
( will be offered for sale it public
outcry for the Mgheat and bent eaaa
hid subject to the right of the Ten,.
BURGESS
HODGSON tree of the Internal improvement 0
Fund and of tbe Board of CommliInnera -
of Everglade Dralnag Dl.. :
Lincoln Apt. Winter Park, n.. riot to reject anr and all bids, at the I F F.
: COe rnnrthoiiM, beginning at 10-00:
Ph 8191Repre.entatlve Supply dork. A.1\[. on the 21 nt day of
p c toher, 11)40 'Ai to all parcels of lend
ot ten acre or more, title to on*,balf '
Of of petroleum and three.fonrtba of WERE RUBBER !!

FEED-GRAIN-HAY other minerals of tbe will Internal b* reserved Improvement by'rnateei

rand Easement for road right of
McNEEL war 200 feet wide will b* marred by
BABY CHICKS aid Traits from my parcel throngs *
which there I la an Sibling state road
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MARBLE CO. Tues. and Fri. end anemant for drainage andfUmstlon .
:: and foi dBmr..
rtmrrad by the of vI
"ommlsilonsra of Everglades DrainT .
Plltrlot, .
I T>..erlptlon I 11 epr
Lots 4 & 8 Blk. ta, Wright First .h ...
Add .
Lola 11' A 12 Blk. D. OkeephftbaaDpvplnpnictit ,, ,
('0. Add I ,
"MiRY'LAMQPHILCQ J.otI Blk 23.: Rlrrrslila Park Add
I I.of 10, nik 9. Wright Fleet Add I,
FOR MV(4 of NBixt of NBVi. Heo. IT,
ePnroll Twp 37. II,... AlLots .
U S Tim 1. 2.I/ and A. Blk. 41: First
Add. to South Okee.Lot f
Products f
12 IMk n RtTfr.tcle. Perk'II/O c '
AUTHORIZED Ford Pub-. TIU'STFFS: OP THE INTER. t.-
NAT IMPROVEMENT FUND
Service .' ,
OF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA "
SERVICE SEE .
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS '
OKEECHOBEEULMER OF EVEROIADE3 DRAIN. ,
Ann DISTRICT
MOTOR CO: HV MABEL P. RAUIBR80N, Ageit a
EZELL for Trustees of the Inter. .
SALES SERVICE nal improvement Fund and : .# : '
for Board of Commissioners 'r7
P O. BOX 411 PHONE U ef Everglades Drainage Dla.trlct # / .
Florda, Okeecbobe County, # .". :

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NOTICE OP INTFNTION TO
BEII LAND
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'ati
pursuant to Section 15 (I), Cbaptei
20058 j. Laws of Florida Acts of 1941, ,
and Chapter 14717, Laws .
WISTERIA Aii:
of Florida, of 1031, n emended
DRUG SUNDRIES DR. C. R. BIBB by Section 11, Chapter 20058, laws of ', .. . It would be M y to stretch Itl! But we all know
Florida Acts of 1041, and also pnr '
anent to Section! 42 Chapter 20722 ; : that even in thU age) of electronic miracles, there
CANDIES Lops of Florida, Acts of 1941, II I rt ;
NEWS DENTISTSTATIONERY amended by Section 10, Chapter 22079, \, \, '., J. r MUST be wire) before there can b..l.ctric service
hews of kiorida. Acts of 1043. and r. i t "
Section 41. Chapter 20722. Laws ot r .. 4 In your home.
Florida, Acta of 1941 aa amended by
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FOUNTAIN SERVICE OFFICE' HOURS Section Florida, 21 Acta, Chapter of 1043 22079, the, following Law o t .zt:.' '. / 2,378,970 pound of the 4,689,570 pounds of

SUNDRIES A. M. to I P. M. described Florida, towltiLota lands In Okeecbobe County. '.<::: ) essential copper wire ordered by Florida Power &

Poatornee 9 A 10 BIll, D. Okeecbobe ,J Light Company are stall undelivered. lust as soon a*
Door to .
Next OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Development Co. Add
.
Lots 9 & 10, Blk. W, City of Okee- .;.:'Z we can get additional supplies of copper wire and
Phon. 138OKEECHOBEE
Late rhohee 2. 3, 4. 0. 8 & 9, Blk. 77 Cityof ..Xr. other critical materials, the more than 2000 members

OkPl'<'bobee I 1'' : of our organization will make good their pledge
Lot 7, Blk. 70 l, City of OkwchoheeLot hl ., '
11. Blk. 2. Wright First Add. to bring you the benefits of cheap electric service
Iota 3 & 4. Illk. 43, Fleet Add to
South Okee. at the earliest possible moment.

lots 1.'2 & 3, Blk. DO, City of Okeechohpe -

Lota 15 & Id. Blk. D, Okee. Development
('0. 8/D
Burney Kelz "lot 2. Blk 37 CUT: of Okeecbnbee.
will be offered for sale at pnolle onl. 1 .
Formerly' cry, for the highest and beat caab bid. FLOR1BA wlUT( } COMPM

LIQUOR STORE subject Commissioner to the right of Everglade of the Board Drain of .

Denmark'sOnly. egg District, and/or Board of Count ...
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Commissioners of Okeechobe County .
Bar I. Town Florida to reject any and all bldi, :: ,
at tbe Courthouse.beginning at 10:90:
Complete Home Oatfltt.n o'clock A. M. on the 21Nt day: of. ; . ;. ,* 4 *4't;
October 1940. Easement for drainage '
-: -" PHONE 34 . and reclamation and road- pure S 111' ARE THE FACTS:'
witt he rearrved '
h Swain Phon. J. Cone pones. *
Seward 111 E. Mer.t I\OAIIO 011' COMIT98ONERSOF MATHUl OftPmO RECEIVED HOT RfCflYfO
DRAIN.
AGE KVEROIADE3 DISTRICT Cof>pwWb* ;:;;,m.... 1310.000.*. 7.371.970....

end Fetus >>,550 23130' $d364'hands. :

BOARD MISSIONERS: OF COUNTY OF OKEECHO COM. .,. 10.370 1.760 PdG

BEE COUNTY FI,ORIDA. e h55L5593 I9SJ79 M.350 ..A30MS

By Clerk MABEL of the P.Circuit RACLBRSON Court oOkeecbobee i ....... ....... ..rky the pat pearl

County Florid. .
aa agent for sold Boarda. -
By Connie W. Rauleraon,
Deputy Clerk \ - J

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Atlantic Service Sta. See or Phone. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE __ ,
M\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Paul D. Robbins Owner FLORIDA IV AND FOB
\ OKEKCIIOBLBB COUNTY '...
OOkrrclIObre 1TrfusEEIDE
IN:" CHANCERY.
BATTERIES SUIT TO QUIET TITLE .
ADDLE MIXON Joined bv: 4F '
LEE TIRES her husband, R. L, MXON,
for PlnlntllTva .

GAS-OII-GREASING
WALTER F. COACHMAN

OKEECHOBEE, FLA. PRINTING ORDER TO APPEAR Defendant.

THE STATE OF FLORIDAt
To WALTER }'. COACHMAN, Jack RA.IlO
1 onrllle, }Florida If alive, and It dead, \ l
,.' to bin unknown heirs, devisees, lell'a-
tea. or ,ran tee.; and to all persona li'l
1 having or claiming an Intercut In the \ .t.
following described lands situate, lying
and being In the County of Okeechobee, /" / / SUMMER .
State of Florida, to-witl
lots 1 end 2 of Block 123 of the
Town of Okeechobee, according to
East Side plat made of sold town and filed "CONVENTION HCADQUARTERS"
HARDEN'S In the nftIca'of the Clerk of the -
Circuit Court In and for the County
Tinker Shop of Okpe<>hob e.
Package Store OUETISO t_
Addle MUon, joined by her husband 135 ROOMS e 130 BATHS
R. L Mixon, having filed In this court
General Repairing her sworn bill of complaint In thin
LIquori Win. CordIal. suit, tbe nature and purpose of which '
GULL COCKTAIL LOUMGM
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la to determine the title of the plaintiff .
W. Try Hard to Pleas You- to the land herelnabov described to

EAST OKEECHOBEE be a good and sufficient absolute tea Jr RADIO FLUORESCENT UGB'PIMC.cralC FANS
simple title, to have all claims and
GIn U. a TrIal interests of the defendants and each of
STATE ROAD NO. 8 them In and to sold land paused upon i "..1ItJt'NC IFt3als c-=-t WMd us 1tlleettal BtidF
and determined to remove cloud upon
I tbe plaintiff' title to said land to >W BTBRT ROOM
quiet and confirm the plaintiffs title
thereto and In which bill of complain.
the plaintiff states that she believe
there are persona Interested In the SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS
land herein Involved and herein
tl- above described whose name are
unknown to her and having named eI -
O. K. GARAGE ALTO WATFORD a: SONS therein a certain person a* known b,
fouls to her the said plaintiff but u
&' MACHINE SER. Gulf Station not whether known be by Is deed her the or snld alive plaintiff and II, I SPECIAL L FAMILY RATE ;This AdrertiaeBtat 25 L

DODGE a: PLYMOUTH' believed by her th. said plaintiff/ It

8a1. Sa"le. That Good Galf G... and living premise, to he Interested herein Involved In the and property here ', Location: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach on U. S. No. 1 Highway

24.Io.t Wrecbw 8.fvlee GULF PRIDE OIL Inabov described and It dead to have
been Interested therein rAnd 2 Miles from Ocean via Nearest Bridge
Day Ph. .2 Night Ph.t2 or UI having made all persons having ;,
or claiming any Interest In the ahoy ,
Dunlop Tire. a: Tab. Alto's Cottages described land parties defendant to

G.n. Electric Appliances tbe .said bill of complaint) .
In The Heart or Town 'And having demanded from the
Ston., Rerrl.ratortWater. Clerk of Circuit Court In and for Oke
Weekly or Dally Rat. chobee Count Florida the making of .
Haden All Cabins Are Modern an order requiring such person and
"W. Service Then All" parties to appear to ber said hill o'
complaint upon a day nat lens than .
twenty,eight days nor more than
sixty days from the dt ol tbe make
wNorth lug of said order: .
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
that each and every the defendant
I
ahove named designated and specified
are hereby required to appear herein) .
to the plaintiff bill for complain
Park herein filed on the 14 day of October,
J. .L BARBER A. D 1B46, and that this order be pub. e
llshed In The Okeechobe New, I
newspaper of general circulation pub .
Package Store llshed In Okeecbobe County Florida, e
once a, week for four consecutive


LIquori Wlnea.Corellal. ABSTRACTS OF weeks the WITNESS Seal of acid my Court hand aa this Clerk 12tb \km day; WRITE '- WIRE PHONE I FOR RESEfiVATIONS '

of September, A. D. 1946. at OMeeho /
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Next Door ;.Te All NlhtStation' bee, In the County and State aforesaid "l HOMER HARDESTY, Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800 I
Seal
(Circuit Court

TI Ip Clerk Mabel Circuit P. Raalerion Court, L I P. O. BOX Toy/- DAYTO 1AIBBAQI" FLORIDA

PHONE liS OlleeeboblMl CODat1.Florldl .1


IT i W 'Conely, Jr.
Attorney for Plaintiff.





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