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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 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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4 Mrs. John McNeill---I! J. O.MISS DAVIDSON MITZIE, JR.FAIRCLOTII, AND I Xmas Seals Will THE HELD A. O.HALLOWE'EN CLUB MEMBERS PARTY .State Senator Edwin G. Fraser Was

ON MONDAY EVENING .

Entertained With i MARRIED LAST SUNDAY! Go On Sale Nov.! . I I I Nominated for Comptroller by the I

J. 0. Davidson, Jr., of Okeechobee, The A. 0. Club, consisting of girl

.a Birthday Party and Belle Miss were Mltzle married Faircloth jn a ceremonj of La 25th To XmasFor of the Home Economics classes of.State Democratic Committee Tuesdayi

High School, hold a Hallowe'en part] I
at the Methodist Church In' LaBelle I i I -
at the Women's Club Monday evenIng -
Sunday afternoon at 3:80. Rev, the past two yean an organl- I I J. LOVVORN NOW I j Florida1 Democratic Party Tuesday -
MM. John MeNtlll was pleasantly .I when (the hall seemed to bi
the Jones, pastor of the LaBelle Methodist nation has been engaged In a health ,I CASHIER CLEWISTON selectedEdwin 0. Fraser, 33-
surprised Saturday night by
on church, officiated f campaign in Okeechobee County, dt. crowded to capacity. The girls had year-old state senator from Macclenny -
members of the Ftdelli Clan of the
Methodist church, who cam to win! Mr. Davidson moved to OkeCchobei reeled at a disease which constitutes Invited their boys, and a joyous evening (Clewltton! Newt) ,' ti the state's nut eomptroll.r. -

,. their teacher t happy birthday.The several months ago from LaBelli, a major public health problem of garnet and dancing was At a meeting of the board .
and with his brother operates the because It takes a high death toll The 124 members of the State
evening was apent In the usual thoroughly enjoyed by'everyone.. rectors of the First Bank of
birthday party fashion, every Modern Dry Cleaning plant here particularly among young adults and Appropriate decorations gave the iston on Thursday night Democratic Executive Committee,

,one entering Into the games with an which they purchased from Harvey because it Is spread from person to!>' clubroom w ,very festive air and at week Charles J. Lovvorn, voting at the Hotel Mayflower,
.. and It Hamrick. Mrs. Davidson has made person. cashier of the bank for elected Fraser as the party nomineefor
air of joyouanesa fun. was the conclusion of the evening refreshments -
her h"me with her parents In La- Although mailing fhrlstiras Seal! the comptroller's job, turning the
t discovered that Okeechobee possessed were served very ably sixteen months was elected ;
a number of poets, 'heretofore Belle They are expected to return for a number of years, It was not by the gIrls, of the Hpme Economic to succeed Elbert L trick on'the second ballot.
to Okeechobee this week end and until 1945 that the OkeechobeeTuberculoela' Fraser received 72 of the 125
unknown, when each guest was given I class has held this position since com
will\ make this their home.
Association was formally mittee votes.Clarence .
which to of the bank In
just a few minutes In ----- ganization ,
dedicated to the organized to urge a campaign 20's. \ M Gay, of Orlando, now
a poem
compo honoree, and the resulting poems State Board of I IHeal'th within the county against this disease .' Paul BurdeshawLaid Mr. Stewart will Interim comptroller under an appointment

were truly amazing tuberculosis. Through affiliation name active affiliation with from Caldwell, was run

Although Mrs D. R. McNeill! and with the state and national to Rest in as executive vice-preeident ner-up with 40 votes Five other

MI.I Jo Purl-lull were forced to work Fights to I associations, the county association I states that he anticipates no candidates were left far behind in

under the strain of secrecy the I Is part of a nation-wide movement tc, change in ,his duties or those, the voting.

house bed been very attractively Control Cancer eradicate tuberculosis. Okeechobee Wed. Lovvorn as a result of the 1 Fraser was a member of the 1945

e decorated with seasonal flowers. i November 25th, the count association Mr. Lovvorn came to the legislature which raised the comp

r Refreshments of Ice cream and simultaneously with 2,900 other ,1 early in July of 1945 to troller's salary, and backers of Gay
associations In the country, will appeal The community was shocked Sunday for the Democratic nomination "con-
birthday cake were served to Mrs. Mei'bers of the Florida State Frances Morgan as assistant !
J. It Mcfranle, Miss Alice Bass,, Board of Health In a routine busInen to local residents for funds to afternoon to learn of the sudden I I after eleven years tended that Fraser It barred front

Mrs Gladys Snell, Mrs. Jack El- i.ipeting held here Sunday carry It's work through 1947. The death of Paul Burdeshaw, which I I the United States Sugar I the comptroller's. job under provisIons -

ledge Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs. Elena wont on record approving the proposed appeal will be made through the sale occurred In Montezuma, Georgia,. in the payroll department. In the state constitution That -

King Mrs Ethel Dreese Mrs. W. R.IIowcll bill for cancer control which of Christmas Seals, beginning Nov. Mr Burdeshaw had spent the sum! that time he served as editor is the question which the supreme
E 25 and continuing until Chrl8'tmas.It mer in Georgia with Markharr must settle.At'orney .
Mrs. Edith Davis, Mrs. : has been prepared by the Florida : t'lewlston News, coming court
Jo will be the 40th annual Christmas Brothers, having been employed ai General Watson said he
f.'I H. Hunt Mrs. 0. L. Hunt, Mias Division of the American Cancer Sebring In 1931 to take that
Parrlsh, Mrs. D. R. McNeill), Mrs Society. Dr. Herbert L. Bryano,,: Seat Sale In the nation and the bookkeeper with, them for the past believed that Fraser could be eJec.ted

Crossen, Mrs. J. M. Roe, Mrs. Roy prc.lent, tensacola, said the Board sale Is the sole support| of the year and a half Mrs. Burdeshaw to the comptroller's job, providedhe
DrauKhon, Mrs. Clifford Hay lea, tuberculosis association Of the had gone to Georgia to make the Digest Of Recent does not accept the additional
s 4 l la \\i perfect accord with the meas- 'I
Mrs. Melba Louthan and Mrs. Rae uses set forth In the bill. Other money raised, 71 per cent will be return trip with her husband and salary voted by the last legislature.The .
c' t! used in the county and the remaindersent was with him when he was stricken I probable procedure will be a
J Boettger. members of the three-man board are Opinions By
and to the' state association. The Saturday afternoon, and died the suit to enjoin Secretary of State
Jacksonville '
Irt Dr. Robert Mclver, '
latter In turn, send five cent following morning from a tonsil In from Fraaer't name on
per Gray placing
William Parr, Tampa. Dr. WilsonT.
Florida Power & Sowder Is State Health Officer to the national. The national association fection. They had planned to return Attorney the November general election bal-

not only serves as an advisory to Okeechobee this week. I I lots. There It no Republican candi-
Dr Bryans pointed out that cancer
Light Co. Has a has been a major health problem In and coordinating body, but Funeral services were (rconducted date for comptroller, so designation
I and that also supports medical reaearch on Wednesday afternoon In the Methodist Al House, serving, 70 years of Fraser at the nominee of his
Florida for years, during
tuberculosis. church, with the Rev. W. R. state prison for armed party Is equal to election.
1045 alone, 2302 were victims
:.1 Mail-Away Card of this disease persons the second highest A glance backward at the hl tor Howell officiating Previous to the,'be forcibly deprived of his Gay became acting comptrollerunder

"f the association reveals how services, the body was at the home if the state prison gubernatorial appointment
killer In the state. Heart disease
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Ib. fret. small\ seals have gone to work j for one hour I I finds it necessary to do so after the death of Comptroller J.
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. A postcard "mall away" plan, the people of the nation, how Paul Burdeshaw was born June crying discipline Attorney M. Lee
"an to '
The bill calls for act promote
'i" which makes it possible for everyone, the prevention and cure of have helped make this a \ :27: 1906, In Dothan, Alabama, andwas I'J. Tom Watson has advised Freer needed, 64..votes for a ma'oorlty

; to participate in boosting. the state to authorize the Florida Bounty In fighting/ a ..married to .Corlnne. Watford intendent L F, Chapman that and victory, and he received e

Flnrfdav wan announced today by cancer tate'Doard' ; of'Health t--lt;; Ublislf a perry jwhfch..kills! ytotieynungpn: ; !: Mf\UfV'9v. Ire came !tofpkeecho- that: authority.., > .'::1.,, :\ ::,.,..;; . ?4 .the. tln ballot'." day 'dref .44. ..'jf a .1'.".''.'',
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11." ParVeTioiC'manager of the standard for the organization, equipment ple' between the agesYf IB and'185 |leedMethodist' church'by'trensfe of ,\' Chapman'w'rote the votes. ""V'SfTThe "r': 5 ..; ""

Florida Power ft Light Company In\ and conduct of cancer units than any other di.ea e. membership Nov. 9, 1930. Transferred eral that "prisoner has "also-rans were Tax 'Assessor .

this area. for departments In general hospitals At times progress has seemed away In i March, 1940. .Transferred l fined In the Flat Top for a Lummus of Dado County, who got w
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The 'mail away" cards are being or in private clinics in this State; slow, but In reviewing the campaign I back to Okeechobee Methodist,I prevent him from unlawfully three voted: 3. L. Lee of Jackson"o

distributed to the company's customers I to conduct an educational campaignfor against tuberculosis through the church Feb. 6, 1944 where he has tlcing.law for other'prl80ners. I ville, who got no votes; Sidney A.

this month, with the request I the control of cancer; and to years, It is evident that progress has been a member ever since. I defies the prison Hinely, of Live Oak, a former legislator

that they be mailed to tome one In provide a plan for the care and treatment been steady.In Surviving are the widow, two many ways," wrote' who drew 10 votes; J. Irvin

the North. Additional supplies of of indigent persons suffering Its battle against the disease daughters, Mrs Beth Guber and; asked If he had authority to 4)j Walden, of Sarasota, secretary of

the cards are available at the com."any' from cancer" Okeechobee Association is contributing Paula two sons, John Ed and Ben-I law books from House's cell the state committee, with 10 votes;

office), where they will! be ad. Dr. Bryans said the demand that to the continuance of mass chest nie Gene. His father, J. T. Burde them until{ the prisoner it and Tax Assessor Owens, of Palm

dressed and mailed. Postage will! be cancer be harnessed is gaining momentum I! x-rays, follow-uP x-rays of suspicious shaw, Bessmer, Ala., six sisters I _A county road Beach County, who received two

paid by the power company on all and that It Is felt that prop.: cases and the upkeep of the san Mrs. J. B. Lewis, Newport News, Va., also serve as a member of. votes.

cards written to out-of-atate ad- er case finding, proper treatmentand atoria throughout the state. Mrs. Lora Stephens, Dothan, Ala. ty school board, Attorney On the second ballot Fraser was

drosses, Farlterson said proper education to affect alertness All this has been possible throughthe Mrs Hosea Saunders, Dothan, Ala. TOm Watson has written R, an easy winner, with five more votes

The plan for mailing\ of the cards to certain symptoms will be the annual sale of Christmas Seals, Mrs. W. V. Dyer Bessemer, Ala. line\ superintendent of than needed for a majority. Fraser

was undertaken In cooperation with eventual answer In reducing the through the many small contributions Mrs, Ross Black Birmingham, Ala. structlon at Stuart. Because got 72 votes, Gay 40, Lummus two
Advertising and Mrs. W E. Taylor, Nokomis It ) Lee Hlnley 12, Walden three,
the State of Florida I high cancer death rate. The proposed of purchasers of teals. The superintendent an employee none,
Commission's) national advertising bill will enable the State money raised In the 1946 sale will Fla.' and three brothers, Price of than an officer, he would I and Owens one. '

program.: Illustrations on the card f Board of Health to conduct such a go to work in 1947 to support these of Pahokee, Fla., Tom of GriffinGa. the position of holding two )

were taken from the national cam"alpn three-fold program. projects. ., and B. E. Burdeshaw of Fort I at the same time. But, the Football

: and show a typical Florida resort -I Although 18,720 Persons died from Although progress has been made Pierce Fla.Burial general pointed out, the Local

scene combined with a typical cancer during the past ten years, disease was made In Okeechobee) tlon exempts county school
In fighting tuberculosis, the ,
agricultural: scene. The caption on Dr. Bryan laid It la gratifying to has not been conquered. It still active pallbearers being Lee Riga! from the prohibition against Boys Defeated

the card says: "This is Florida . know that more progress has been! kills in the nation as a whole, at bee. 0. L. Hunt, W. B. Veasey, Paul two offices, so even if the

And So Is This!" The State cam. made In the fight against the disease -! the rate of one person every ten Bobbins Roscoe L. Markham and WAllen tendent were a county Clewiston

paign: consists of a series of maga- In the past 25 years than In minutes. We cannot afford to relax Markham still could sit on the FridayThe

zine and newspaper advertisements all the preceding 3,000 yean. our efforts until it ceases to' menace Honorary pallbearers were ,G, C too.
which Is being scheduled in 36 national One of the big hurdles to be health of i Durrance, Leland Pearce, Wilburn County commissioners have
the our peope. )I Okeechobee High School Football
magazines and In newspapers crossed In fighting cancer Is that of Lawson, Dr. T. T, Coleman, Duane thority to exempt a boys defeated the Clew let on
the United States the fear most folks Inherently I automobile trailers from !
throughout relieving Surgeon, E. H. Hunt, K. E. Stello, School last Friday night by
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH High
"We hope these cards will serve carry about the Otis Hayes, Oran Reynolds, T, W. an Inducement for that
the> score of 41 to 19 in a game
to Introduce Florida to many prospective Many die yearly from cancer dlsea8e'j Candy, A, H. Miller and J. 0. Wolff, trailer factory In the was played on the Clewltton groundt. f
Floridians In other states," they are afraid to consult a "Doctrine of Atonement" Is the Sr. advice was given by '
The local boys played a good game
Mr. Parkerson said. "Our company cian early; afraid of "what subject of the' leaaon-sermon which eral J. Tom Watson to H. all of the way with the substitutesall i I

has always teen interested in bringing be told." I will\ be,read Churches of Christ, Rev Jack Davis, well known' county attorney of Hendry getting a chance to gain tome ,
new business, new Industry and Scientist, throughout the world, on tOI at LaBelle. County I
many residents of Okeechobee, conducted experience
new* residents to Florida. As an ex- WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD Sunday, October 20. I have been given no authority ,
I a three-day study course at A large crowd of Okeechobee people -
state' future growth, I legislature to grant tax
ample of our The Golden Text lal: "All things the Methodist church on "Youth went to Clew .ton to attend the
has $24,000,000expansion Service Guild of the the attorney general I
a The Wesleyan
our company now ,I
are of God, who hath reconciled us Friendship." These sessions were game.
under way. Although Methodist church was entertained by ) called attention, however, to
program to himself by Jesus Christ, and well attended by both the younger The local boys do not have a
has been Hunt last Tuesday evening Article IX of the state .
construction Mrs. Omar 12,
new I. hath given to us the ministry of set and the older groups as well. game scheduled for tonight and
shortages of critical ma- I' for the regular business meeting -I I'I'reconl1Iatlon" I tion, which granted tax
delayed by
18). Vero
to
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(II Cor. : Rev. Davis Is now filling the pulpit most of tljem expect to go
speeded month. The remaining Industries through
terials, the program is being of the to certain
to''' Among, the citations which com In Sarasota. Beach where they will attend a con
rapidly as possible" Christmas cards were distributed Where a county officer,
ai
up the lesson-sermon Is the following ference game that Is being played
all the members, and the guild announces prise middle of hit term, died In will
"John bare there. Later tome of the boys
Is fast' from the Bible! If notice is not received before would
a there
MARY SCHULMAN WAS that the supply I ber, 1946, and will attend

Gainesville where they
to
cried go
witness of him, and le
interestedIn the known due date the veteran
OPERATED ON YESTERDAYAT dwindling, so that anyone I I saYlng'1 time to hold special the Homecoming Game betweenthe
should see some This was he of whom urged to send remittance payableto the
FT. PIERCE HOSPITAL obtaining cards a tions to fill the vacancy, of Florida and the '
member of the guild in the near I that cometh after me It preferred the Treasurer of the United States I executive committee can University University of Miami which will be "-
the greeting cards before me for he was before me. to the Collections' Subdivision, Vet
Besides
Mary Schulman, County Prosecuting ; future. he walk.' nominee to the county played there tomorrow afternoon.
Attorney, underwent an operation there is available Christmas wrap: And looking upon Behold Jesus as Lamb of, erans Administration, Branch office and have the. name placed Next Friday\night the local boy
the removal of her tonsils pings and note paper. Any of these ed, he salth, the No. E, 'Atlanta 3, Georgia, accompanied November ballot. Attorney Beach thereIn
for will the Vero boys
play
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yesterday morning at the Fort Pierce may be purchased from any of the I I God!! (John 1:15, 86). I by a letter giving the name, address J. Tom Watson so advised a game that should be well playedby

hospital She entered the hospital following members) Mrs. Clifford'',I The leseon-sermon also includesthe serial number and insurance J. Langston of the Wakulla both team. A large crowd of I
J. H. McCranie, Mrs following\ from the number. notice received had
Wednesday afternoon. Boyles, Mrs i passage certificate Any ' circuit court. Langston Okeechobee fans are expected to attend I
Last reports stated that she stood Jack Ellfdge, Miss Kathryn Sweatt,I I Christian Science textbook, "SclI subsequent to payment of a' that the Wakulla county the I
game
the operation well and Is Improving Mrs. Ethel Dreese, Mrs. E. H. Hunt,I ence and Health with Key to the premium may be disregarded. tor died September 30,

Mrs. 0. L. 'Hunt, Mrs. John Roe|I Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: directions for providing a Word was\ received' here ..Sunday of
Mrs. RaeBoettger. "Jesus experienced few of the
Melba Lftuthan or
of Inverness Mrs. In November death of Mrs. Ferrill Hall in
Conner the
Mrs. Henry pleasures of the physical senses, selfhood, never suffered Jesus map- Council for
weekend I The Florida
the Mrs. Hall, a formerresident
spending Philadelphia.
was a visitor but his sufferings were the fruits ped out the path for others. He unveiled liable In damages
with Mr. Con- it not of Okeechobee, had been in I
in Okeechobee auditof \V. build our Ideals and they In of other people's sins, not his own.I| the Christ, the spiritual idea ,
months.
making routine health for several
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ner who is a turn build us.-Le Conte. .I I The eternal Christ, hit spiritual of divine Love" (p, 38: 21.26). (Continued on Page
the county offices. I

.. e THE GILBERT THEATRE ,I

Wed. and Thurs. Oct. 23.24 Fri. and Sat., Oct. 25-26
Oct. 22
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Oct: 20.21 ,
Sun. and Mon. "BORDER BADMEN"

"MY REPUTATION"MARCH "GAY BLADES"Part "HORN BLOWS AT MIDNIGHT"Cartoon and TANGIER

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SOAP SHORTAGE CONTINUES ''THE CUSTOMER is ALWAYS 00
WASHINGTON. Most Important -
question facing every house 1 .k A PAIN IN THE NECK

wits on Monday morning-soap- I

probably won't be solved for some I What's become of the old-fash i Q0 O

time. This is bad news., but it's loned American who wanted more
hard to get around. work? The fellow who was out to WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yes teal
pant as the dickens, brings on stomach
There are two main reasons who
Increase his business? The man opMt sour taste gassy discomfort,
for the soap shortage, one of them wanted to hold his customers? Uk* Dr. CaldweIii5 famous medicine
unavoidable, the other avoidable- I I I Have you tried to get anything to Quickly pull the trigger on lazy to-
provided the government had been done lately? Have you needed a chipper ouds" again.and help you tool blight and

tough enough with Industry. paperhanger, a painter, a plumber; DR.CALDWELL'S Is tilt wonderful sen.
First reason is the loss of coco- an electrician, at mason or even laxative contained good old Syrup
nut trees in the Philippines and the somebody to cut the lawn? If so, Ptpdn to make 1 It<< so easy to take.

war-torn South Pacific. Whereas you know what we're driving at. MANY DOCTORS MO pepsin prepare.tioDIID .
coconut oil and copra used to be a -.- proscriptions to make the medicine
glut on the market trees more palatable and agroMble to
many startlea business
Nothing seems to take. So be sure your laxative is contained
were destroyed In the Philippines, man like the prospect of some In Syrup Pepsin
In the Solomons and wherever fighting new business "Can you dolt right INSIST ON DR. CALDWCU/S: -ttl* fa-
occurred. There are still plenty away?" bas become a phrase from voiite of millions for SO> *>*,and f*.l
elf trees left but It takes time to get "Immediately"has that wholesome relief from constipation.
dead
a language. EnD finicky children Yt U.
neglected plantations going again become the most futile word In CAUTIONi Use
only as directed.
and General MacArthur at first re English "Soon" is almost as mean-
fused to let Philippine civilians return .

to some of these areas. ingless. ?_.- DR.CALIWELL'SSEMA )

The other reason which Once every community was

could have been avoided Is MECHANICAL COW PUNCHERS . It took man-made machinery to conquer this 1,400 pounds of steerat foil of alert, good-natured pro- LAXATIVE

that the soap manufacturers Los Angeles after the animal broke oat of slaughter pens and rambled Into the yards of a southwest engineering prietors of their own businesses,
diverted a larger percentage of company. Tall-twisting, In effort to coax; steer Into truck, was to no avail. Desperate engineering all eager for customers. Ton '.CONTAINID se SYRUP PEPSIN'ASTHMADOR

their materials to higher-priced officials finally loaded him up with a giant crane after the stockyard cowboys gave up In defeat. could get the pipes fixed, the
toilette soaps. That la why some walls papered, the porch repaired -
housewives actually are using the roof shingled and

perfumed soap to do their wash- Win. asI x4 q..k % {''R', the lights fixed any. time.
tag. s ':%ui dab .
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The situation in soap is similar +k s+ k s, kfG>, S fii.>,tix6 ..Y x 'k k.*;3,%to x. Gk r'", A, x"4 tr I Today these very same people put

to that in the men's clothing industry on a sourpuss at your approach, 1.
where civilian production administration T+; r freeze if you enter the office and THI ..
permitted clothing f N s f"K. register a complete lack of interestIf TIMI Ttrrtn! Inhale ,he tick, traniiilc
manufacturers to divert material to I t(4 x you start telling them that you INHALANT fees DR. R. SCHIF.
MANN ASTHMADOR
higher-priced women's wear instead s are in a Jam and want somethingdone. HUTMENT the son um nu hm axe
of men's clothing. Profits in ruck of branchiil waists ASTHMADORa
the women's trade were larger. _.- inexp
Likewise, profits are larger in the ; '{ ? 4., The plumber tells the help, when uuerndlrr hetpi rriirvt! dependable he igonjp, cfTcctivt of the maimcntIhu mkcbinU -
expensive perfumed soap trade. the phone rings, "If it's an old customer dinmwd brmhing. Sold by druggmtveryvhnt
Government authorities have done hang up." The electrician under our money.Uck fttnntttihtt

little to divert soap materials to "h; exclaims "You mean this year!" powder*,convenient apnea or forma pipe:amen ASTHMADOa.

the cheaper brands used for kitchen when Mrs. Trooksey phones and
and laundry. Of course, the minute f t says: "AU my lights are outl! Will
the government tries to Intervene f you please come over and fix them?"
it gets accused of interfere fuA .-*-

ing with private enterprise, so some 55 trx fk Your chimney collapses and you
of Mr. Truman's aides are getting ;r <=s rush to the mason. There's a young MO EMBLEM

little chary lady reading a book. She looks up DISCHARGED VETERANS
Another factor in the soap short I ; rN r irr t ) after the book begins to bore her EMBOSSED McTAl-4lnOIAKL
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age is that housewives have ry You tell her you have-a chimney IN, '} QHI 10 fAMMflf

grown careless about saving kitchen < emergency and would like to get the $1.JS Postpaid PAY C O
boss. Her expression tells
fats. During the war housewiveswere you"Haven't
1101 Combridp. 6etcetNorfoa 8, V.,'
heard? Mr. Spinelllo
conserving fats at the rate of you
200 million pounds a year, a great 555 isn't interested in new chimney
part of which went into soaps troubles. He has a waiting list.

However, with no patriotic Impulses -.- ..
to continue the practice, The water pipes spring a leak
much fat is now going down the wk Tea phone your old friend Gas Hotnagle !1f'l i!Nw

.drain or Into the garbage can. 7 *sA iv; ?'e 655 c rs I 0 who was your first plumber coughs of.ft ",
Ton have been giving him year
Another' difficulty yeas been, lack
of inter-island boats for moving work for years.. Good! old GUI Hof. CHEST COlDSEIIDmIDm
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coconut cargoes to Manila The nagle."Gns.
.,..1 there's two feet of waterin
U. S.
navy stepped in and .
SS several! the living room, I'm sinking,"
allocated hundred small WALKS AGAIN AFTER AID FROM SISTER KENNY . A month ago Ruth Krans, Stf. of Chicago, was

landing boats for this purpose, but stricken with the dread polio. Placed aboard a special plane, shown at left, she was rushed to the Sister Kenny you"What say. Is the name again?" asks
even so. the commerce depart- Institute In Minneapolis for treatment. Today she Is shown on the steps of her own home
ment estimates the laundry-soap Gus
shortage will continue until the end --I- L A ,wwr .:".e4e .\{ Ton have to spell It for him He

of the year. :: ., ss, iIt + says languidly that there are 18 i
: flooded living rooms ahead of you
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ED PAULEY'S LATEST REPORT ." r:: ' ... and that he couldn't possibly get I I
.' around to an old reliable customer
When Ed Pauley gets away from "
oil and politics he assumes much t.,,; "' : ; before Christmas Eve
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greater stature. As a result of his i } '" -
travels In Europe, he has Just { < / And carpenters! You can get
written a private report to President : ..J only as far as "One of my front

Truman on the question of Jewish stairs needs a . ." before he pulls 80.6'
refugees which makes those who 'f his whole head and neck in like a of
have read it understand not only y4 turtle and starts backing away clinical cares showed Improre-

the plight of the refugees but the .. across country meat after only 10
sensitiveness of the Jewish pea - dart treatment with
This "Customers are such pests" SOUTONI la Impartial,

ple.Here are some of the most striking attitude Is sweeping the country scientific test. I
portions of the Pauley report: Only this morning we watched a

"The more one hears about the waitress In a chain restaurant per- SORETONEMidi
wanton murder of the Jews by the form in the 1916 pattern. She glared

Germans, the more one wonders ..' I at yon as you took a table; she put by MdUtwnl Dobbin
why this great crime has not on a "Dare give me an ,order" t...eltt...)....gunst.e

shocked the conscience of mankind expression; she took U down reluc- 50* and 1.00 !I
? t tantly, and when she returned afteran ==
more than it has."Newspapers ? 1.rt '.
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are accustomedto I hour1 or so she slammed the food ,
In front of and seemed to
yon say
speak of mass murder when t
"I'll teach customers not to come
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a half-doien victims are shot .
\ in this place twice!" 1
down by a unman. What shall fOR QUICK RELICT
we call It when whole towns - II j'II
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die and the slaughtered are \ : -r What'j come over people? Are CAR BOIL
they all doing what they are
.. sore
numbered by millions? .
,r doing? We pause for a reply And ANTISEPTIC
"When I first heard that the Germans ;

had used the flesh of these we expect an. insult. Pied br thouiinds with satisfactory to
victims to make soap, I did not n' ,ofJ ,4-. suits for 40 ".._!Ia Ttluiblt Ingrdi
believe it There are a number of ".", ,' 1 ..Sf.;,),. JIorr": _-. .--::.- .." Juvenile Delinquency, .nt.fipurIock-N Gee Cirboll Co.at N drug..h llle tor,..Tens or write

exhibits at the trial from the 'soap ?
factory' OIL IN SHADOW OF PYRAMIDS f. Aba Roash well, drilled by WOMAN ADDRESSES PEACE I Didja Say

"The clearer I Standard Oil company, Is shown with the famed pyramids of Giza PARLEY . .. The first addressby There will be a national conference
a picture one gets
of what happened to over five mil forming a background. This well, begun In January, Is a wildcat one, a woman to the Paris peace on the control of-guess what?
drilled to determine if the desert.can contribute a share of oil to conference was delivered by Dr. I Juvenile delinquency in Washington
lion Jewish
men, women and children SOILOFFcleans I
the mechanized world. Other wildcat wells are planned by the company Certruda Sckanlnova, Czechoslovakia next month. President Truman
in Europe during the last .
several When photo had been taken the drill bit had chewed down 5,100 the only woman at the bas declared that "Juvenile delln.I -
the clearer
years, understanding
an
feet Into the land of the Pharaohs. conference. I quency Is of serious concern to the painted surfaces
one develops of the tragic\ "
situation of the I .. .whole country, and Attorney-Gen.
surviving Jews in ,1. t eral Tom Clark, who has called the //& dustingOnV
Europe.
conference, says EDO delegates from
"We
cannot bring five million
18 states will "pool their forces to IOU4ff g/v.i you MM*pros volm**
dead bodies to life we cannot
breathe the breath of life into the meet squarely this. grave problem." +Remov yellow discoloration.

pits of human ash and human boneswe INM 1 - f-Dlitnfecti-Deodortzei
cannot even find the little ir We will bet right now that within H-Seals
stone's throw of the paint ports
bodies that once wore the thousandsof s conference
baby shoes found amongst piles hall there win be at least six movie +Refreihens color

of shoes of every size. But we can theaters Instructing the kiddies In .. allinontoperation p. .
take action-and take it now-to the fine art of murder, gunplay and

make certain that the over one general lawlessness.'In technicolor! *
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million European Jews who survived + ; \
the Nazi terror are given a Heigh ho and alackadayt Also a no mixing,
chance to live. The time for talk heigh nonny nonny and a hot cha no water.no .
has long passed-the time for actionIs 'SSA 3i eha. (Is Eric Johnson, the chiefof a.t.aNNtNy1sl riming,

long overdue." the board of movie censorship, no drying.Amtriis'i .

. I In the house. And If so, what for?) Fintit liiuis1 Paint Cltinir
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MERRY-GO-ROUND ,
It hasn't been publicized but the Ye Swap Shoppe

American Legion's "Americanism" t One of the best home ways.toBUILDUP
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program proved a complete Sop ..'" "WILL swap rowing machine with
Alvin Owsley, Americanism chair ":-l ';;:i'f'f suitcase for bushel good eating ap.
man, called OH the deal when Texas : : pies AU BOO ME."-Yankee Maga.

legionnaires could raise only $32,000 sins RED 6100D
of a U OOOO quota. The _.
program OUT ON THE PARK BENCH . Within an hoar after President THINK YOU GOT TROUBLE? -
will be revamped at the San Fran Fun is where
Truman demanded and received the resignation of Henry A. Wallaceas . What happened to bolly you. find It If you lack BLOODIRONYou
cisco convention. *
. TransAtlantic
secretary of commerce, photographer found the former secretaryof shouldn't happen to a dog Dolly girls and women who suffer so
air travel these days Is allrightprovided HOME WORK from simple anemia that ,ou're pal,
commerce sitting on a park bench reading the comics. He apparently fell from a second-story porch, re- wish, "dnggtd out" -this may b* due
you can get home. did not find enough humor In conditions within the state department I salt two broken legs. Metal The hammer, tops for vital labors, to lack of d- ;. So try Lydia X.
But the backlog of returning travelers to satisfy him. Wallace bas announced that he would continue crutches made all well, except she Goes wrong In bands of eager neigh home Plnkhmn's TABLETS on* of to* beet
is terrific. Recently in Shan. ways to build up rd blood-tn
eon more than 400 awaited his flight for adoption of the policies of Roosevelt. won't be chasing the cat. bors. such cuti. Pinkbam's Tablets art on*
passage.
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THE STORY THUS FAR rected upon the baeastwork! of their Keep covered until we get Tucu and The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
The crew of a until calling teasel lathe enemies, and, not expecting danger Burley; The rest will surrender" Released by Western Newspaper Union

Caribbean pick op Dick Jordan, from above, they never once raised "Who's Tucu their leader?"
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adrift raft. realises that be li t a
OD a He
their eyes to the summit of the cliff.! asked one of the seamen. s ,'a rya .A
among men little better than pirates. .' Lesson for October 20
They come upon a drifting! schooner This more than any skill on their "Yes, he's the captain of the lug- ti

with only two people aboard, Die demented part enabled the three to creeptealthlly get, and Black Burley's the mate." ) -
LessBn niblecta and Scripture texts selected /s a,
until close
captain and his daughter Boie. down the ridge "Know 'em and copyrighted by International t
Tucu and Us pirates capture the schooner to the hiding place of the sailors "Sure. I've sailed with them." Council of.Rellfdoua Education, used bpermtMlon. > I'1 ,

and search fruitlenljr for the "treat- Crouching there for a moment they The sailors eyed 'tlm curiously 1 "
.re." Then Tucu goes away, became a considered the next Between ?
move. asked: PAUL TRAINS FOB
In
storm li brewlni. Dick swims to the the lull that followed one ,
them and the breastwork was an Bahla" HIS LIFE WORK r y
schooner arriving Joist In time to rei "Wasn't ye on the City of ,
open stretch of flat' sand. To cross .' /
cue Roie from two of the pirates. Captain Dick nodded.
Bedford recovers and they call to this they had to expose their bodiesto face LESSON TEXT-Acts I:19b.22.: 11:23.
an liland. Dick discovers that Tuca and the cross fire' of the Carlbs." "Thought I remembered yer' 18, Calatlana 1:1724
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his the other eld*. They I Got away did ye? MEMORY SELECTION-And straightway
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crew are on 'Til go first, Dick whispered."No inter- e ,tA
Further conversation was
he preached Christ In the
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are battling of whit men synagogues
a troop I wait a minute, replied the rupted by the unexpected barking of that he ls the Son of Cod,- o Lat
skipper, "Llkely's not them sailors For a Acts (:20.
a lUll far on their right
CHAPTER X will take ye for a flankln'' party an' moment they thought a flanking regenerating
land a ton of stones on yer head. them The grace of God .
party had crept behind ;
up
w. to let 'em know we're I had made Paul into a ,
The Carib. were checked againby got but almost simultaneously with the new man one
friends." I who now had no greater delight than
a volley of stones, and withdrew crash of the report there came a cry
"How can we do It without alarmIng elllng others of the redeeming 1441II'
while
after that to a safe distance, I from the ,enemy. They saw a gi.
and Tucu held consulta the Carlbs?" air grace of Cud 12.42 e
Burley a antlo black man leap In the.
tion. "Reckon we can't. But It's lotto and tumble face downward. In preparation for that fuller ministry 4' a ss

Dick struggled to his feet, a little be done." "Black Burleyl") exclaimed Dick which was to follow Paul first 4.5

bewildered and uncertain what Suddenly without warning; of his I "Who shot him?" asked one ofthe gave; witness in the place where he

course to pursue. There were) six intentions, the skipper raised his sailors uneasily ,glancing the had been persecuting the Christians, < .:

white men now that Fettlgrew had voice without exposing his bead: direction of the shot ID fact In the city to which he was

been killed and a dozen Carlbs attacking Ahoy there,' shipmates! Look "Captain Bedford" smiled Dick. bound when the Lord met him. But O' isa

them, an 'even dispositionof aloft! Keep them stuns for the ... He's trying to flank them. now Instead of breathing out threats nl ts

forces,, perhaps If they had been The rest of the Carlbs. with Tucu and violence he met these former w
equally equipped for battle-for one associates and friends with the new
and
leading, had leaped from cover
handle.two message of the gospel.He .
white man could ordinarily were making a run for their last
Carlbs-but armed with pistolthat efuge. 'had to meet them sooner or

their enemies lacked the black later, and it was well that he met

men had the advantage; They could tI ,"After theml" yelled Dick. them now A clean break with his

pick off! their enemies leisurely with- springing: over the "breastwork. put makes a man ready for future
"Don't let Tucu escape ervlce.
out, running any risk from flying Dick led the assaulting party but
stones, and in' the end conquer L Paul Faces Ills Past (Acts
Tucu had a big start It looked for
through their superior weapons a time as If he would escape and :19b-22): 8950 Gift Pajamas
What a surprise it must have been '
"Captain Bedford may. have pistols Dick hesitated between keeping up
ERE'S wonderful Ida
I 11-18 a gift
for those of the Chrisans
persecutors -
or rifles that Tucu overlooked, cI the race and stopping to shoot. Per. at Damascus to find' that the I. 11 for that friend who likes pa
Dick reasoned. "With two or threewe haps In either case he would have jamas. Youthful and gay with e
one to whom they had looked for
could rout the Carlbs. lost If Tucu's vengeful nature hadn't brief pulled sleeves and round
leadership was now a Christian.
Animated by this thought, he v f temporarily handicapped him. What a testimony that was-light to yoke and neck edged in narrow

turned and began scrambling down 'Hen Pettlgrew lay directly in his the point! lace. A narrow belt in back ties

the rocks, scarring his hands and path, where he had been left by the Basque Frock In a soft bow Use the prettiest

knees and nearly losing his balance Caribs! for dead but Hen had as "Stralghtway"-what. good word BASQUE frocks are a pet style fabric you can find dainty allover -
to apply to the servant of the Lord
once or twice through careless many lives as a cat and despite campus crowd-thIs flower print or luscious pas-
Paul did his
not hesitate to declare
haste. Rose saw him coming, and the fact that he carried three bullets charming frock accents a lovely tels.
waved to him; Dick gave no heed In his body he was a long way faith in Christ to proclaim that theOne figure with its slim graceful lines e e
who had redeemea him
to her until he stood on the deck fi from being dead. He sat up and WIIable flattering ruffles and full dirndl Pattern No. 1441 li designed for sizes
to save others.It 12, It, 18, 18, 20, 40 and 42. Size 14 requires -
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hot flushed, and panting: began struggling feebly to get onhis skirt. If you like make the 4 Mi yards of 35 or 38-Inch; 1 yard
"Captain Tucu's gang's on the ll i \ feet. He was not aware of is the normal and proper expression sleeves In three-quarter length machln. made ruffling.

other side of the Island! be announced 11S ucu's presence until the latter of Christian faith to give e e e Send your order to:

abruptly. S .r topped suddenly "In his steps.The testimony to others. That should Pattern No, 8950 comes In size 11, 12

Rose recoiled and turned deathly sight of one of his enemies be true of every believer With Paul 13, 1.. It and 18 Size 12 short sleeves 3 ass SEWING South CIRCLE Wells St.PATTERN. Chicago DEPT.T, 111.Enclose .
there was the added element of his of 38 39.Inch 2 yards purchased
white but Captain Bedford's face kill' yards or ;
0ds escaping when he could him 25 cents In coins for each
call to for God hud ordained ruffling. '
preach
hard lines without a trace desired.
set in was too much of a strain on Tutu'snature pattern
that he should be his chosen vessel Pattern Mo Stze__
of fear in it. "Then we must get He decided to linger long I
ready i fur them," he said grimly. enough to put Hen out of the game for that purpose (Acts 9:15). Nam I '

I "Did they see yet" With a malevolent glint In his eyes, Paul's message was Christ. He Addreeo
. VNo but I saw them.". h. leered at the half-dazed man. proved to the Jews that Jesus was
nodded "Can the Christ (v. 22), the One of whom
The old skipper. ; :ye and said:. e
their Old Testament
Scriptures
t
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hoot? "I reckon y'don't need to get up." M -r-
If I had anything to shoolt4KtiW pake and for whom they professedto
"Yes.
and He could have shot him 'OD the be looking.. He declared him to Gas on Stomach . ,.
Tucu" ...disarmed., meA ,
."1\'f\ : Too but, he wanted to"1 make -.ur. be the.SonS G' (v.20, -, ; '11 door sags .Just ' wee.bll
oft the .schooner. $ a a Rswed. N 5 retorts w.......par esey back
took every weapon. this timeHe/ brought his gun close They: 'were unwilling to accept throwing the bolt out of line with vfb.au wsinsa a...,,_sdaM.eeff..aa ... .".".: ,'t'tf'up s ,
,.. .. ,'
1 a
"Did he," The skipper's face tour HOMO uMlioftrUMra.doiprvoerib -- .' )t. {..I ,
to Hen's head thrusting It viciously the message. They were "amazed"at the striker plate you can correct tb* fMtoMHwtinc ndMao> know* for '. w-
was wreathed In a crafty smile "I 1 There was a puff of smoke and between his eyes so he could Paul and "donfounded" by the the difficulty quickly by filing the |T.b/r.-tl."U"-lIk'I.'U- I/ a. i.I,

reckon now" he added a moment" a sharp report. tare his fate directly in' the facet truth he proclaimed, but they rejected striker plate. (to lies w. SS doubt* >ill our dnwgteu.non* kook on ntura."koUl*, "-.... 1
later "he overlooked some of "em. brutal bloodthirsty act, .
was a both it and him and he had -

emy an' don't shy any of 'em aft and for a moment Hen recoiled. to escape for his life. An Iron heats more rapidly thanit

Reinforcements Come, We're comin' to help ye." "Damn ye take thatl" grunted Although our lesson only indirectly cools. With that fact in mind

From the Schooner The surprise and consternation of the half-breed. refers to it (see Gal. 1:17: 18), start out with fabrics that requirelow ra.aaLax
It also be noted that Paul
them should and to
the sailors at the voice behind temperatures progress
Into the' cabin,
Leading the way Saves the Jerusalem
'Dick Life went up to before he
was not greater than that ,of the those that require higher ones. Arrange
with Dick and Rose eagerly following
went to Antioch as indicated In our
Carlbs. Dick saw Captain Tucu His NemesisThere dampened clothes in the
he began prying up a sectionof Of of .l
next portion Scripture. y 3v :
feet with iR (
and Black Burley Jump to their laundry basket accordingly f
After loosening a few close w"
the floor. was an explosion so There he faced susplcluu on the
and scan the rocks with eager eyes those that come first placed on
boards: he lifted out a small chest that the powder blackened Hen's part of the believers, who knew
hidden underneath, which when "I reckon now ye can go Cap fa!., but the bullet buried Itselfin him as their enemy. top .
"Ye're -
Bedford whispered.
opened, disclosed a treasure more tale the sand as Tucu's right band Having faced his past oRe now
precious to Dick than the gold taken spryer'n me an' can make it quicker. dropped to his side, with the fore see thatII. I Save the material from the chil

from the submarine., It consisted ." arm broken close to the wristDick Paul Faces Ills Future (Acts dren's worn out cloth-covered rain

of half a dozen brand-new pistols "Give me all except two of the had taken advantage of his 11:23: 26)). coats. These can be made into

of modern pattern, automatics of a pistols," replied Dick. "You and hesitation and shot at the hand hold. He was God's chosen instrumentto serviceable aprons or handy capesto .
ammunition Rose keep one apiece. Don't expose wear when applying make-up. CALOX
deadly type with ng the gun to Hen's face, pausing bear' his name to the Gentiles to
enough to feed them for a considerable yours"elL Keep Rose here with to aim carefully and deliberately to (see Acts 9IS, and at the Invitation -e- f change

time you. make sure he did not miss of Barnabas he came up from Before applying patching cementto for the tonic
e/Ied
"We could clean 'em 'up alone "Reckon I ain't prom bin' to keep With a snarl and curse, the half his home city of Tarsus to ministerat a stucco wall be sure to dampen

but mebbe It would be better to letdown her here," grinned the' skipper "but breed grasped his wounded wrist In Antioch, the place which now be. well. on your smile
an' let 'em I'M try It." his free hand and seeing that escape -.-
to the sailors, t came his real spiritual home, and Cal..rl...
Efficient rn*'severer
have some sort of fun. Reckon was impossible he turned upon the center from which his great Wash worn-out sweaters and

they'd enjoy ,it," grinned the cap The Automatics Dick like an enraged animaL I I Al missionary enterprise was carriedout. socks and unravel the wool from 1 Help remoTe film.bring out

tain. Turn the Tide the venom of his nature flared' up the good parts. Wind wool into a all smile.the natural lustre of you

..v.- -.-..." -nodded-- --- Dick "we must in his eyes. It is Interesting, to note how this ball for future mending. 2 A special Ingredient la Calox
have nearly enough guns for all. Dick nodded, and then vaulted the Dick could have shot easily tu ame about In the providence of -e- encourages r,,"' '' m........*

We must hurry." low ridge of rocks, and crouchinglow he' hesitated The man was wounded sod Persecution spread the believers Pack left-over mashed potatoesin which has a tonic effect on gums

They started up the companion, made a break across the open and 'unarmed, his gun having abroad (Acts 11:19), and like ordinary water glasses. To re- .ro..helps,..Tone make up four them unJe..wiib firm and

but when they climbed over the side space His sudden appearance was fallen to the ground He could not .he: scattered brands of a beaten heat remove the potatoes from Calozl
,
of the schooner to get ashore" Rose the signal for a volley of shots from shoot Tucu even when be bad him. Ore they carried the flame of Christianity the glass and the mold thus Male i. /._ Me Km* IMHr--.
the Carlbs, but In anticipation of far and wide. Thus the tb.MIiuI bawr.bwa
suddenly protested."Aren't at his mercy. gospel formed is ready to be sliced into ID yaws
you going to help me this .he dodged and ducked so erratically "It's all up. Tucu," he said; iml. came to Antioch the third great. potato cakes .

shore, Dick" that the bullets burled Ing as he advanced. "I won't kill eat city in the world of that day. A

"No," he replied gravely, "you themselves 'In the sand at a safe you )if you'll surrender. You can' revival broke out and Barnabas was .

must stay on the Betty,. We'll comeback distance on either side get away." tent from Jerusalem to be of help.

to you." The sailors, forewarned made no "Y'won't shoot me If I surrender Good and spiritual man that he Now-sweeter

She sniffed and tossed her beadIn hostile demonstration but watched ?" whined the half-breed. was (Acts 19.23 24), Barnabas did ,

the air. "It Father's going I'm. him with gaping mouths' and wide- "Y'won't let 'em kill me?" I nothing to hinder this work of God tastier bread withFLEISCHMANN'S

going too."' she answered. open eyes. When he finally landed "No we'll give you a fair trial. out admonished the people to

Dick started to protest further plump In their midst, they stretched but you don't deserve it" "cleave' unto the Lord"; that is, to

but Captain Bedford nudged him. forth arms to receive him. Recovering Tucu's shifty eyes seemed to lose :'ollow him closely. Would that all %

"No use areuln',".. be whispered his breath, Dick said: their fire and Dick noticed that the spiritual advisers had such a spirit

"I've spoilt. her She always 'hasher "Now give them hell! Shoot to limp arm was bleeding freely. "J'U and such sound judgment. FRESH

way., kill)I"The help you" he added, kicking the He was also wise In sensing his
sight of the guns he began Deed of help. So he went after
With a smile she acknowledged man's gun away to a safe distance f
this doubtful compliment, and passing around brought grins of delight "That arm must be broken." Paul the very man to teach these

climbed down to the mass of wreck. to the haggard faces. Although In the act of kicking young Christians and to lead them

"I haven't enough for all," Dick Tucu's gun away, be showed that out into a radiant and abundant

age.When they reached the summit of added. "So be careful. Who among he didn't trust the outlaw Dick life .for the Lord. Here it was that YEAST

the cliff the situation. below was you are the best shots" was careless In another respect H. the beautiful name of "Christian"was

not changed. The Caribs were still "I've killed a man at a hundred thrust his own gun In his pocket first used

a at a safe distance, shooting occasionally feet," replied a burly seaman, takIng The halfbreed noticed the action All this was possible becauseIII.

at the breastwork behind a gun, "an' my mate's nearly and almost. Immediately his whole Paul Face Ills Lord (Gal..

which tho white men were crouched. as good Give him one." attitude changed. A murderous t:17.24).

Their bullets went wide ''of'' the The other two were handed to gleam flashed Id his eyes. Many years after he had been

mark which Induced Captain Bed men who declared they were good With his left hand he Jerked an called; ,to Antioch Paul wrote this .i''

ford to remark, "y. can't never shots, and were anxious to try their ugly knife from his belt and mad letter to the Galatians to warn themagainst '

teach a Carlb to shoot ..tralght.'Taln' skill on the Carlbs.: Dick took a lunge at Dick. The attack was Judalzing teachers and to \
Reckon we'll charge and directed"the shooting urge them to hold fast to salvation' Itra
In 'em. : and
born
so sudden unexpected that so easy to bake delicious, smooth-textured loaves :
show 'em how to do It." "They're cowards and will run there was no time for counter ate by faith. He declared this to be a
he said message which he received from if you use Fleischmann'a active fresh Yeast. This fresh '
Dick had been scanning the rocks the moment we shoot tion. Dick had barely time to catch

below with a careful estimate of the "They don't know wore armed. So the uplifted arm and save himself God and not from men. yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help you ,
ahead. The shipwreckedmen make the best of our chance. Single from almost Instant death Before Paul went out to preach and ..
danger teach he went into Arabia to be get best baking results every tinge
and shoot togelh up
had reached the upper part out our men. With a growl of rage that his ruse "J
alone with the Lord, as he took whatwe . : c
possibleto er. bad failed, the half-breed struggle!
of the beach and It was IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-insist on
call his
might
get within a hundred feet of them He counted two -and then raiseda to release his arm for another blow I ; postgraduatecourse .
In theology He learned- FleUchmann'a active yeah' Yeast. The .
without exposing their bodies by following hand as a signal Four vtclou but Dick Rung himself upon the outlaw '
closely a ridge of outcropping bullets sped toward their mark, grasping the arm with one alone with God. cake with the familiar yellow label! Dependable &aLtSSA J

boulders. When he Indicatedthis and before they were well on their hand and the knife with the other His life had been transformed. His -America's favorite for over ,,asr ' c;
I attitudes had been ,
to Captain Bedford, the old : way automatics others were barked following so continue them. Although wounded, and one arm changed. His thinking about completely Christwas 70 yean. ;;; ? .:
The
skipper nodded and waited for him helpless, Tucu; who was a giant In "" ,
diametrically opposite to his
ously that half the Carlbs were
to lead. strength fought ferociously succeeding former beliefs. He needed time
could duck
the others
down before ,
Once more Dick urged Rose to finally' In hurling his enemy alone with God to prepare himselffor
remain behind but she stubbornly for shelter from him through sheer muscular fr/j4rrce2d
The sailors wanted to break cover the stormy but triumphant :years
to follow -
shook her head and prepared superiority. ahead. .,
and charge, but Dick restrained 1

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Machine merit In East Okeeohobe, Sea Want a Vacation
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Come In and See ItAUTOMATIC and the cornerstone of all spirit Baker1 I for some flaking, and left his wire AI, when he barges /home a
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AUTOMATIC IRONS I STOMACH ULCERS : on the toothpaste,no morning men whether they have to do with corncob .

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BOSS OVENS Over tW/l mlllinn bottles of WILLARD Come the end of the week, she they ar, tool

Tit E AI'MEN T have been cold for relic f of I began to fidget; couldn't even read
of distress arlHinfC from Stomach
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- er IUCTIOl't-' CoTTscttea: ef Taxes, By :Ammitnf m The legislature shag at the legls.latlve .
I WHEREAS, The Legislature ol IMS Sections 11 and 11 of Article VUI ol the Session of 1947 and from time ta
und.r the Constitution of 1885, of the Constitution at the State of florid as time thereafter enact laws specifyingthe
State ot Florida, did pass a Joint Beso- Adopted at the General Election ol November powers functions, duties and compensation .
. amendments to the 1M4, laid Amendment to Provide Tax Collector designated
I Constitution ot the State ct Florida. and for the Re-Numbering of Sections In paragraph 1 of this Section 15.
1.3 OFF from the Regular Price on all the same were agreed to by a vote of II and 11 of Article VIII of the Constltutloa and shall likewise provide for the collection
thrae-flftha ot all the members electedto of the State of Florida u Adoptedat care, custody reporting and dlibursemsnt -
each house that the votes on said the Central Election la November, of all taxes collected by the
Joint Resolutions were entered upon r and to Amend Section II and 12 County Tax Collector.
TABLE LAMPSBurneyKez their respective Journals, with the yeas of Article Vln of the Constitution of -- -
and nays thereon and they did determine the State of Florida, and to Provide that 4 -
and direct that the paid Joint in the County; Hilisborough, State of BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110
Resolutions be submitted to the electors Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
of the State at the General Election in Aneu the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI, of the Constitution .
November 1949 the purpose of Levying State, County of the State of Florida, By
NOW THEREFORE, I. R. A. GRAY, Schools and Municipalities In the Countyof Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
Secretary ol the State of Florida, Hlllsborough Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment ba Concurrent
I do yOf. vt'n that a City Florida, which Shall be Exempt Resolution of the Senate and
CO.I GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions of this Amendment, i House of Representatives of a Directorof
win be held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State, County the Budget and to Authorize the Legislature
] on Tuesday next succeeding the Lint County School Board, School Dlitrlcta to Prescribe his Powers and
Monday In November, A. D. 1948. the Special Tax School Dlatrlcte end the Dutl... Qualifications and Term ol O-
aid Tuesday being the Municipalities of the County Except the fice.BE
I'Ii'TH DAY 01' NOVEMBER I City Plant City Florida.BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE .
for the ratification or rejection of the IT RE8OLVE'D BY THE LEGISLATURE : OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA
FORMERLY DENMARK'S mid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment Article .
.. to the Constitution ot the State That the following Amendment of XVI of the Constitution of the State
ot. ..Florida vlat Article Via of the Constitution. of theState of Florida by adding thereto an additional
- of Florida relative te the .Aaseis- section to be known es
PHONE 115 J. E. CONE MGR. ; mart and Collection ot all taxes la the be and the same Is hereby '::3u.n.ci.hall
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. ft* County of HIltaborou, State of Florida.by be submitted to the electors of the
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Re-Numbering Section tl at adoptedat State of Florida for ratification or rejection .
Amendment to the Constitution 0' the the General Election of 144 an u to at the general election for Repreeentatlvee _.
SUte of Florida, to be known as Article make it reed Section U of Article vni to be held la the year 1544.gr itvY' l
XX, Sections 1 and I, Thereof Relatingto of the Constitution of the State of Florida as follows
th. Consolidation Abolishing or Cresting and by Amending Section 11 of SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by
of Certain County Offices, and the Article VHX of the Constitution of the law provide for a Director of the Budget
Assessment and Collection of Municipal SUte ot Florida, as adopted at the General who, shall be appointed by a concurrent
Taxes by County; Tax Officials In Orange Election In November, of 1944 so resolution of the Senate and House of
County, Florida, and Providing for Referendum as te make It read Section 11 of Article Representatives, and shall by law consistent
Elections for Acceptance or Rejection VIH of the Constitution of the Slate of with other provisions of tnls Constitution .
=!::! +SGS f t0 of any Law or Laws Kneeled by Florid., and to exclude the City of Plant prescribe his powers and duties,
the Legislature of the State of Florida City from said Amendment Be end the provide for his qualifications and term
as Provided la eald Proposed Amsnd- same la hereby agreed to and shall be of office, the length of which shall be
submitted to the Electors of'the State wholly within the discretion of the Leg
nt.lT
, : RESOLVED BY THE: LEOIELA- of Florida for Ratification or Rejection islature end shall not be limited by Section .
TURF Or THE: STATE Of J'LORIDAITbat at the General Election to be held on T. Article XVI ot the Constitution.
the following amendment to the the first Tuesday after the first Monday
Constitution' of Florida, to be "known as In November 1948; s
Article XX Sections 1 end 1. thereof SECTION: IS. 1. J'rom.o4 after January COMMITTEE: SUBSTITUTE
relating to the consolidation abolishing 1, 19... the County Tax Aneisor of ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION N0. 'f3
and cresting of certain County offices Hlllsborougn County shall anus allproperty A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing toe
end for assessment and collection of municipal for all State, County evledholnRIllabdhou Amendment ot Section 30. of Article 111
taxes by County tax officers. In d Municipal Taxes to be l of' the Constitution of the State of Florid
Orange County Florida and providing b County by the Stale, s. Relating to Appropriations '
for referendum elections for acceptanceor County, County School Board, School BE: IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA.
rejection' of uToJ.. or laws enacted Districts Special Tax School Districts and TUNE: OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA
Notice by the Florida aa provided Munlclpslltles except In the City of Plant That the following amendment ol See-
therein be submitted to the qualified City Florida, which City; shall be exempt tlon 30, Article III of the Constitution of
electors of the State of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this :t' "i..I1" the Stale of Florida relating to appropriations
er rejection at the next general' 1. The Legislature shall, the Is hereby agreed tQ, and shall be
election to be held In the year 1848 alive Session In 1MT and from time to submitted to the electors of the Stateof
to-wlti time thereafter, enact laws specifying the. Florida for ratification or rejection at
ARTi'Ci powers, functions, duties and eompenietlon the next General Election to be held In ,
XX ef the County Tax Assessor designated November, A. D. 1846; that Is to that
SECTION: 1. The Legislature Is author- in Paragraph 1 et Section II, and said Section 30, Article III of the say Con.IUtution -
lied and empowered to provide by law shall llkewlM provide by law for the of the State of Florida shall be
or laws enacted by It at Its regular session extension on the Assessment Roll of the amended and u amended shall lead
aa
held In A. D. 1847, or at any County Tex Assessor of ell taxes levied follows:
regular session thereafter for the consolidation by the} State, County County School SECTION SO Laws making the .
abolishing or cresting of any Board School Dlitricta, Special TaxSchool for the salaries of public appropriations
County Offices In Orange County, Florida [ District and Municipalities I located officials and employees and all otherexpensss
Provided, there Is excepted: from In the County of Hllltborough of the shall contain provisions
the effects of iota Article judges ol all State ot Florida, with the exception of on no tISitu nor shall aa
BOTH THE REAL ESTATE AND INTANGIBLEAND courts and to provide Ion the assessment the City et Plant City, which, l. hereby appropriation be 'Incident of any other
1 and collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions et this bill; all state appropriations except appropriations
1 assessments or either of them, by County Amendment. for the county schools. counties
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ROLLS HAVE J tax officers la said County. Any law so SECTION: I It. I, From and after Janu cities, or other political subdivisions
1 enacted respecting the consolidation orT 1545 the County Tax Collector In of the State, appropriations for permanent -
creation of any County offices shall pre t.lC' t7 of Hlllsborough. State of Improvements and buildings for
BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1946 TAX 1 scribe the powers, duties and compensation Florida shall collect all taxes levied In state Institutions as provided for by laws
of the officers designated thereinto the COU the County CountySchool enacted at the 1943 legislature or prior
exorcise and discharge the duties of Board .t.tab Special legislatures and for pensions, retirement
the offices so consolldsted or created) and Tax School Districts an411t Munloipalltlea funds and trust funds, shall be Included
PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE; any law so enacted respecting the assessment ot Hilisborough County, Florida, excspt In one general appropriation bill or any
and collection of municipal taxesand In the City et Plant City it being exempt amendment or supplement thereto, and
assessment, or either of them by from the provisions of Amendment.i shell be for no longer then two years.
I county tax officers shall provide for the The Legislature ala at the Legislative All appropriations made prior to the
assessing for and
collecting accounting Session of 1MT and from time to adoption of this section which are contrary

TAX PAYMENTS WILL CARRY A 4 PERCENT i disbursing to el the said appropriate taotea: and/or municipal aweim.ntf time.thereafter., functions enact, duties laws snd specifying eompenie-the shall; expire to the aa provisions ol July 1.aI94I' section v
for
authorities, and for compensation ago
such county taxing officers for services et County .I : I.tolj.d ln
DISCOUNT TO DECEMBER tat 1946 3 PERCENT rendered Incident thereto. That it any In Paragraph 1 of and ehWllkewl.e IIBOUSI
collection,
such law respecting the consolidate provide for the care, JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 177A
creation of o1ficm L as custody, reporting and disbursement of JOINT RESOLUTION Propoelnp .a
or any
and ratified at nt". r.fer.ndum all taxes collected by the County Tax Amendment to Article V of the Constitution .
FOR PAYMENT TO JANUARY lit, 1947, and 2 i opted election herein provided such law shall Collector. of Florida by Adding: Thereto anAdditional
\ become effective with respect to the of- Section Relating to the Election I
floes effected thereby on the tint Tuesday 1 of the Judge of the Court of Record
1 PERCENT FOR PAYMENT TO FEBRUARY 1st, 1947, after the first Monday In Januaryof BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION! NO, Ill In and for Eicambla County and the
any year the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa County Solicitor el said County.
general :lmmediatalyacaeding: add Amendment to Article Vin ol the Constitution BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE
1 PERCENT DISCOUNT TO MARCH 1st, 1947. PAY- referendum election .t which electors for et the State of Florida Relativeto OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
President 0' he United State. are voted Assessment ot Property for Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article V ol the
fora end U such Law respecting eawumeot the Collection ef Taxes, by Adding Constitution of the State of Florida be
MENTS WILL BE NET IN MARCH, 1947, AND and eoUeotioe of municipalSexes Thereto Additional Sections to Provide amended by adding thereto an additional
I and aaseasments, of then. that In the County of Bay State of section to be aa Section 48 of
r by county tax .o'II'I ccilectioonuas Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall tale) Article, ,. 'w.a the election I of
UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENTAPRIL ratified at the referendum Assess the Property of the County for the the) Judge of the Court,ol Record In and
become of Levying State, County School ,
provided herein the same shall Purpose tea Ejcambla County and the County
effective on the first day of January and Municipal Taxes Levied by the Solicitor of old County and the came is
1st 1947.f next succeeding suck referendum election. State, County, County: School Board, hereby agreed to, and shsll be submitted
School Districts, :Tax School Districts to tko electors of the State ol Florida
SECTION S. Before any law described end Municipalities ef the County.; ratification or rejection at the General
\ In the preceding section of title Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATOR Election to be held on the first
ahall be of any force end snack It shall OF TUX 4YTATX: OF FLORIDA Tuesday after the first Monday la November
e be accepted and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment to Article 1944 as follows
1946 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES, vote of the qualified electors ot Orange VIII of the Constitution ef the I SECTION 43. The Judge of the Court
County Florida, at a. referendum election State of Florida relative to the Asse>.- ot Becord In and for Etcambia County
to be called and held tor the purpose msnt and Collection of ell taxee In the and the County Solicitor of add County
DUE IN OCTOBER WILL BE SUBJECT TO of determining whether such law shall Florida, by adding shell hereafter be elected by the qualified
be accepted and ratified or rejected by unt.t"d: : : 'nl section to be electors of said county aa other slice dad
the qualified electors ot mid known aa Section 14 and Section It, be county officials arc elected The lint 1
WARRANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JAN- Such referendum election shall be.ourciwithin and the same la hereby agreed to and election ol the Judge Escambla ot the Court of
ninety days after the effective shall be submitted to the Hectors of Record In and for County and
date of any such law. The Board of the State ol Florida for ratlfloauca orniectlon of ht.C r.T.t 8 I'8n'I': count
County Commissioners shall provide for at the general beheld shall the Election in
UARY 1st 1947.
0h.to" 1848 to take office the first Tuesday
the holding of any such referendum deg oa the first Tuesday alter
ties and notice thereof shall b. pubU.b.1Ib Monday In November 1948, es foliowil after the first Monday in January 194U,
said Board once each wash. for .1 for a term of four years. The term or
SECTION 1'ell From and after ol office of ;
tenure anyone heretoforeor
least faur C Immediatelynext
prior to the ld..t'f".u' election: January 1, 1148 the County Tax Aisetior hereafter appointed to either of the
la a newspaper of general circulation In In the County of Bsy State of Florida offices herein mentioned shall not be extended
said County. Except aa herein otherwise shall essesa all property for all State;' hereby. Any vacancy In eitherof
provided, the laws of the 'Stale relstlns County School and Municipal taxes to said offices which occurs prior to said
to the holding ot general elections shall be levied In the County by the State first Tuesday after the first Monday In
cover the holding of any such re'erondura gy'C Special School Board School January 1940 shall be filled by appointment
ALDERMAN election. such law shall Tax School Districtsand by the Governor and confirmation
BESSIE be accepted and reified: by the majority ;Municipalities. by the Senate aa heretofore provided by
ol electors participating In any such ((3) The Legislature shall ., the Legislative the Constitution. but In no case for any.
-N referendum election, such law shall become Session In 1D4T and from time to longer than until the first Tuesday after
and be In full force and but time thereafter, enact laws specifying the the first Monday In January, 194> and
S Tax Collector It at any such election a majority 4-i: the powers, Tax .. and the term or tenure of office ef anyone
County designated
_' electors l participating therein shall vote tion of AIa..lOil appointed to either of said offices for
.' against the acceptance and ratification la paragraph 1 et VI'.1a ,, 14, and the tern beginning In 1947 shall expire ?"
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA J ol such law, It shall be null end void shall likewise ; law for the on said first Tuesday after the first
; 1 and ono force and effect The can- extension oa the amassment roll of the Monday In January, 1D4I.
'.::1\ vaselng board of said. County shsll earI County. Tax Assessor ot all taxes levied SECTION 1. Any provision of the
I ire.. I tlfy the result of any such referendum by the State County County School Constitution la conflict herewith la here
1 election to the Secretary el State within Board School Districts, Special TaxSchool by repealed.
I I tea days after the holding thereof Districts and municipalities. _
SECTION: 11 (1) From and after IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have
I January 1, IMS. the County; Tax Collector hereunto set my hand and affixed the
1 BOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO Ern In the County ol Bay, Slate el Florida Great Seal el the State of Florida at
J A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .a ahall collect levied In the Tallahassee the Capital this the let day
] I Amendment to Article VIII ef the Con- Count by the State, County, County of August, A. D, 1943.SKAJU .
] State ol Florida .Relate Board School Districts, Special ( R A. CRAY
4?= Y W = w w .. eo aid .. lrop." ... :r- .... Tax sheet Districts end MuiU J<> miae. Secretary et Slate.





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OCTOBER 18, 1t4' THE OKEECBOBKB HIM

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I GEMS FCR YOUR S5RAPBOOKBuilding Lit us labor for the larger comprehension *I I

of truth.,,and that more I 1068 More Deadly Notice of Election

Let not him who li houseless pull thorough repudiation of error, which

I down the house of another, but let hall make the history of mankind a Rose, Bushes To Insects Than DDT COB'trt'To the of the Sheriff State of of OKEFCIIOBKK Florida: i

him work diligently and build one series *f ascending development.- Known That I, R. A OKAY.
, for himself Abraham Place Your Order Secretary of State of the State of
: Lincoln Horace Mann f :)
Comparative tests mad at some Florida do hereby give notice that a

of our state universities show that
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NOW 1068, the newest Insecticide, Is several General Election

times more deadly to
/ For Delivery in November Insects than DDT.SOUTHLAND'S many Kill be held In OKEECHOBEK County,
State of Florida. on Tuesday nest succeeding .
FRUITY ODOR the first Monday In November
A. D. 1946 the said Tuesday being III*
Staney'sRADIO Burgess Supply Co. HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE SPRAY
I
i contains 1068 and Is a sure killer Fifth Day ofNovember

for roaches, ants, moths, bedbugs,

files, mosquitoes, and other household .!

insects of this region The

AND APPLIANCE TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, I I. stainless and has a pleasing odor spray; :

CASH REGISTERS It ii a year.round spray and should For For t'nlted Representative States Senator of the SIXTH

find a permanent place in every ongreislontl District of the State of
SERVICEALL SERVICED BOUGHT & SOLD I riorMs. In the Elfhtl.tb Congress of
home At the supply this year ii he Coital .,ate..

llmttled, play safe by ordering For Two Justlcsi of the Supreme
Repairs To All Makes your Court of the State of Florida
bottle now from Rsulirson'i Grocery, For Two Railroad Commissioners
of the state of Florida
WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS Oketohobee Satisfaction guaranteedor gaoetorf.l. !Senator! ofor NON (

The Craft Shop money refunded. Florida Olatrlct the tale lot,

For ONE!: Member of the House of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS epresentatlvei of the !State! of Flor-
New Radios Office of the state Road Department Ilia.
Available
Now I Phone 695 - - Ft. Pierce Tallahassee. liirlila tot Clerk of the Circuit Court

October 2. IfMfl For Prosecuting Attorney County

I Electric and'BatteryLOCATED I FFDEK\L CONSTRICTION All PROGRAM Court iK..T)5O. ) County Commissioners

Sealed bids will be [ecelved at this istricts Two and Four.
iffle from gnnllfled/ Contraitors until For TWO Members of the County
IN Our School 10:10:: A. M (FHT) on the 24th diiy Board> of Public Instruction Districts.
I of October liwfl for the coimtructlon One and Three
NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. Local I and Personal of the following projects: For Ju.tlei of the Peace In end for
the
federal. . Aid Secondary Project following Justice District. vii l
No .. .111 (II. Job No. 0110-4)1. None.
.. Stale Road No. JII2-A. OkeechobeeCoiinlT For Constable In and for the fjllow
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year when the youngsters take home and the. Ht Imle County Line In Testimony Whereof I have here-
Mr. and Mrs C, S. Simmons of Work. consists of grading. constructing onto sat ,mr. band and affixed' the
with them the results of their first an Min. SBRM Pavement Orpot ? *f the I State of Plnrll", .
I Sarasota were among the out of six weeks of work. Some are going 21tt.. wide. six timber andconcrete al first iI"1"J"a* Capital. thus the
town visitors here Wednesday to bridge, small drainsgostractttrrs September, A. D lCJ.1f1.
to trek: along proudly while others and Imldtntal Item. (Seal)
attend the funeral of Paul Burde Tbe net total length Is 8ONI miles. R. A. OKAY
might wonder whether or not it II t
Immediate shaw A certified check In amount of $1T.- Secretary of State
Delivery safe to go home with their report 00000 made pnyable to the Cbalrnmti To Sheriff If OS. N O. STEWART
cards of the State hoed Department. with OKEECHOBEE County
the neceiMiirv State Documentary
Mary Schulman, County ProsecutIng -
Stamps sttnrhed must accimipanreaih NOTICE OF FILING I'ETITIOS'FOR
Attorney, returned to >her home The teachers have been undergoIng bid submitted fir this project FINAL DIBCHARflK
some Instructions as to how this All certified checks shall be certified OF
30 Gal. Automatic Water here after weekin ADMINISTRATOR
Oil Monday spending a
Heaters within II) dfivs of the date for repilTIng TO ALL WHOM IT
Washington, D. C., and Richmond, grading should be done and are doIng bids. CaHhlers .h..k. will not Notice I. bereb, 'lflnn MAY thaI(CONCERN I
Battery and Electric Radios Virginia their utmost to bo fair. If you be aiiepted The .h'k. of the twolowest m.I ,I my Final' Return ns Adlllllll bave
bldlerx will b. depoiilted trator of tbe estate of John
think your child Is not getting the The minimum wage paid to all skilled dpepo.'d hot I have filed Lofton
50.lb. Ice Boxes my Peti
labor employed on these contracts shall lion for Final
grade he ahould, It Is indication Discharge and
good
County Judge T, W Conely re- a be 1,00 will
$ per hour The minimum wage apply to tbe Honorable T. V.
Pedestal & Floor Electric Fans turned to his home here Tuesday that there Is something pall to all labor Intermediate grade chobee' Jr.. County Judge of
and the teacher would welcome employed on these contracts shall be JS4 "nl F'0Jld", an OcYoboV
night ,from: Jacksonville where he wrong 73 cents per hour The minimum ware Iltb. for the .ame
and
Tricycles Power Lawn MowersHumphries visit paid to all unskilled libor for Final i
went to attend the netting of the a from the parent., at employed I Discharge as Administrator
on these contrails shall be no "(,lItap'r of n.rTV!'" of John Lofton
State Democratic Executive Com which time she or he would explainto hour .,. 2nd day of September decease
XII work 10 be done In accordance 111-I11. .
them why the child la lacking in
Tireppliance mittee which met at the Mayflower with the I'Inns. Speclflcatlms. and MORRIS LOFTON
Hotel there Tuesday his grades It may be some little Special Provisions of the Stale Rood Administrator of tb Fitate of
I problem which could be worked Ollt Department Kpedal attention I. cnllpcl John Lofton. deceaned
to Special ProvlHlons which will lie
& Co. Mrs J. T. Hancock returned to between the parents and the teacher furnished with entb proposal The attentlon NOTICE TO APPEAR
of bidders Is directed, to the TILE' 8TATF '
her home Wednesday afternoon because the teacher Is not happy Special Pro\lslons covering sublettingor 1O: OIADY3 OK FLORIDA:
when she has to Put low assigning the .contract WATFORD
from Jacksonville where al iie went to a gradeon 317 W. Grand 8t:
Corner Orange Ave. & 4th St. roposals will he furnUhe to Qunlbled
Montlcello
a report card. It be matterof Iowa
a
may
Contractors.
attend the meeting of the State upon application to I You are hereby
inattention, behavior or absence this office MMl THK SIM III!' $1 AI required to appear
office
FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA Democratic Executive Committee KACII Plans may he purchased from my In Okewhuhee. Horlcln on
from school Regarding absence, Itmlaht ," November 4th, A. D. IWrt to Hill of
Tuesday While In Jacksonville she this office for the sum of >. No pro- CIIlIIlllIllIt for Divorce Died
be well to state here that posUs will he Issued in Ii'us requests hy agatimt you
visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs for them are deceived bv this officeat Carl B. \\atford. In Circuit Court

E. L. Shuler. beginning this Monday, Oct. llth, if leant 24 hours prior to the time for kepcbohie wherefore County Decree. Florida Pro Confeiao In default .

.:. the child la absent more than three opening, ,lildx .. . will: be entered aaalnst you the nk,....
All inns mil snow minis car eo..nItem
day., In a six months period, he orl I and total amount of bid I lns<'rted nobee In Mews which Is this designated Order as the newstaper ..

.' J .,.,.,.,...... she will be given a failing grade I Is nn reserved the cover to of reject the proposal any or all The bid.right. Ive Isbtd. once. a week. for futfr shall rnnV"liejMib.
. ." weeks
for that period in all subjects missed STATE .ROAD DEPARTMENT Itneis
OF FLORIDA my hand and official seal at .
unless such absence Is caused by F. F. BAYIFSS. <'lialnnnnIIFKNIiON '. Okeecbobee. Florida. this 2fitn dny ofeptember

sickness or death, and In that eventa P. (,COIONEY (Seal) A D. 1046
State Highway Engineer
pote from the doctor or parentsto MABFL P. RAILERSOV

that effect must be sent the NOTICE OKEECHOBEE CLERK OF 'IIlCI'IT COURT
In compllnnre wth Chni.tcr (IMial COUNT,
teacher before that absence I. excused FLORIDA
Tlorl la' Statutes of 1041 the fallobinRl'lrrke MARY
and the chiV given the grade and Inspe' .tore were sppnlntpilf ATTORNEY SANDFRHR FOR l'LAINTIFFIN 8PHITIMAN
enih election district In Okeechobee
.be make.. This step seems necessary ('ount,. for the len/rnl, t Iwllon
because there are so to he held, November A. 11)411.Precinct THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE
many '
rV"ck 1 NINTH II DICIAL CIltrriT OF
children who stay out of school forreasons Tee Hlllls Clerk FLORIDA IV AND Foil
W, F. Addison, Inspector OhEK'IIOBH-K; COUNTY
not warranting absence
an
IV CIIANCFRY
J. II. TrlppT
C which is not only bad for the child . H. I'nrker MUTT TO QUIET TITIR
L. K. lee Deputy I Sheriff PERCY MINI and GERTRI'DK MIMI
but It coats the county money. Last Precinct S hi. wife,

nvO year Okeechobee County lost about Albert Lofton Perk Plaintiffs.
Agnes Prencott YO
two; thousand dollars because of ab- Margaret thnndlir IIARI.FS B. 01'SLET. J. 8. ftl1' .FY,
.ence of the' children and this Is orlne Thompson \ AUnAIt*:'r MORBISOV and C. M.
Edgar Thomas Shi riff IQIISMITIIOltDFU.
money that Is needed badly by the Precinct X TO APPEAR

schools, so the school faculty la Arthur Rnulirsm. (lirk TlnJ I STATE OK .FLORIDA
tillle Smith Inspector" 1o IIAItLFS B. OLSIKV. T. S.
asking the parent. to please cooper Myrtle I,.,ftinII On SLF1 MARGARET IIlOllRlSON
ate with the school in seeing that M. Hurra me olld C. M. HinilSMITH If alive.
\\'. F. Arnold II. 8Prerlnrt end If dead to their unknown
the children attend achool If the 4 h..lro. devisees. lol>al('('.. or grantees)
the Mirlnn Martin (lerk and to all persons having or claim
parents cannot come to see
Mrs Stella Campbell. Inspector lag sn Interest In the following
teacher during the day, why not Mr.. E. J, WllionLarue eiicrlhed lands situate, lying and being .
Chandler In the County of Okeechobee State
come to Parent-Teacher meetingsthe Jim Jordan I). 1 R. of Florl,la. to wit :
third Thursday in each month Precinct 5 lots 10 11 and 12 of Block lit of
aalt tli4 Nat Stratton. Clerk the Town of Okeechobee. according
and discuss the problem with the Oreothcl Ipthegrote to plat of said Town recorded In

one moat Interested hi. tea Tier' Naomi Allen the office of the Clerk of Circuit(
Itiuil Nix Court of 8t I.ucle County. Florida
She will be happy to meet you. Pad Foster Tt S.Ppminch. In Plat Book 2. at Page 17 aUu In
e Okeechobee County, Florida, la
T. \\'. I Scott Clerk Plat Book 1. at I'age 10.
Mrs Rob IlghtseyMrs O REETI.NQI
What we do upon some great occasion Corn l Scoff Percy "Ming, joined by hla wife Ger
Mrs newlltt Walker rude Ming. having filed In this court
will probably depend on whatwe Hewllttnlker. I). SPrerlnit heir .worn bill of complaint In this

already are) and what we are T cult the nature and purpose of which
Matter Oruv. (lerk I. to determine the title of the plaintiffs
will be the result of previous years Ala, IIanin. Innpe<'tnr to the
everything we buy today-costs more. The things we eat, or wear, or use have W. II KiKsplI land herelnabove described" to
of aelf.diaclpline.-H. P. Liddon. b. a good and sufficient absolute fee
taken a steady upward climb. But the picture Is not altogether dark and gloomy. Floridians can Barney' Ilium aim pie title. to have all claims anti
\\ Illls Johnson I>. S. nterests ofhe defendants, and each
find genuine satisfaction in one important commodity that has ACTUALLY DECREASED IN COST-. Precinct of them In and to said land pnnsid
'
'
M D. 'ok..r. ( lerkI
even as service has increased. Greyhound fares are less than half they were 16 years ago I .anrence A..lann... In.|'i>otorT upon upon and the determined platntllTs title to remove to cold clouds land

This, we believe, in the face of all rising costs Is a stand.out achievement. look-at these REDDY KILOWATT ('.. .C.. llnwkIt Fvsnstl title a quiet thereto and, and confirm In which the bill plalntlfla of coin

comparative fares below-It's something pleasant and refreshing to think about.,"' Raiilersnn Precinct n. S.9 "llIlnl. the plaintiffs 'atate that they
lelleve there are persons Interested In
Y. Casnn. ( .li rk
Says Phil
the land herein Involved and herein
N. MiMnllin
I. above described. and having namedtherein

e4e 7ete 7ae4 (Albert' Bieltgerharlle D. Hnrden tl)certain them the persons sold as plaintiffs known. hut"as byname

C. E. DnA WDY. Chairman not known by them the cold pluln
Board of County CninmlssloneraOkeechnliee tiffs. whether said persons are dial or
Cimutv Flitrlila alive and as believed by them the
1930 FARES 1946 FARES Attest Mibel P. Raulirsnn elt'rkNOTI'E .".Id. plaintiffs. If living to he. Interest. .
eu in me property ana premises acer

.Miami . $11.50 'Jacksonvill.-Miaml .-. . $5.30 OF AV.NIAI MEETING OF In Involved and berelnabnve described
Jacksonvflle '.-._ IANDOWMFKS OF IUOI.F.Y and If dead to have been Interested

Jacksonville-Tampa . . . 6.00 Jacksonville-Tampa! ;. _. _._ 3.25 H'ODRlS.fiF.' II HH.EHY DISTRICTNOTICE GIVEN. that therein And having: ntale.. all persons having

West Palm Beach.Miami ,.. . . 2.25 West Palm Beach-Miami: .. a 1.15 Supervisor.: o 0.' call Eagle of PUT the Sub-Drnln-Board of or described claiming load any parties Interest defendant In the shore to

Tampa.Miami . .. . . e 9.00 Tampa-Miami . ". . .. 4.30 air" District the annual meeting of the tbe said bill of complaint ,
and.wners of Eagle Pay Bnb-Driiln. And having demanded from the
1 Tampa-lakeland . .a. . 1 >)5 Tampa-Lakeland . . .. .60 age District for the year 1946( will beheld Clerk of Circuit Court In and for Okeechobee .
In the office of the County Commissioners County. Florida the making of
Orlando.Miami . . . . ;. 8.60 Orlando-Miami .' -.-. 3.80OrlandoJacksonville In the County Court House an order requiring such persons and

5.25 . . .. 3.40 of Okeechobee County. In the City oOkeechohee parties to appear to their said bill of
Orlando-Jacksonville . . .
Florida on Monday. October complaint upon a day not less than
West Palm Beach-Jacksonville ; 9.25 West Palm Beach-Jacksonville : 4.40 2ft. lIHfl at 2:00: P. M., Eastern I twenty.eight days nor more than
Standard Time for tbe purposes of I sixty days from tbe date of the makIng ,
Daytona Beach-Miami . . 8.40 Daytona Beach-Miami ...*..:.. ,3.90 1. Fleeting Supervisors for term. of said order:
f. of one (1)) and two ((2) yearsrespectively IT IS THEREFORE. ORDERED
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Tampo-St. Petersburg_ .A-.i._a.g' 1.00 .Tampa-St.. ,..t.nbutg.1...it I that each and every the defendants
2. Receiving annual reports anil shove named designated and .specific
. taking such action with reapect are hereby required to appear herein
i thereto a. the landowners may to the plaintiffs bill of complaint
i determines. andS herein III..d. on the 14 day of October,
Transacting such other business A. D. HMD, and that this order be |>ub.
as may come before the meeting. Untied In The Okeechobee. News a
BOARD OHSI'PFRVIOR8OF EAGLE newspaper of general circulation pub
BAY 8tB-DRAIN\OB DISTRICT linked In Okeecbnhee. County Florl.la.
By J. R. EDWARDS
once a week for four con.ecutivewe'k
President a.WITNESS.
my hand as Clerk .and
Starts Roller In 6 Seconds the Real of said Court. thla 12th day

i from All 6 usual'. .; ; of September A. P 11111.t Okeechnbee -
FLIIII PIaJ1GBT, ( lUAU In the County and State aforesaid.
(Circuit tonrt ""allMahpl
GREYHOUND'I cold M\Srl P. Raulerson
fl., Clerk Circuit Court,
.. I Okeechobee County,
COlD PIIPARATIOM
I . e FloridaT
j ;- J*.TAII.ITS OR UQUID W. Conely Jr.
I L ( ES_ .. . 'I'caiUtaiiiJak taU a.dJitdad Attorney for PlaintiffsFRIDAY .





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EDITOR'S NOTE This newspaper, t. SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
Memos to All Editors: :' through special arrangement with the 530 South wens St. Chicago 7. 111.
... Washington Bureau of Western New. Enclose 20 cents for Pattern
The anti-Boosevelti using this: : C.u.,..u4ekeoar paper Unless at 1616 lye Street, N. % No *
A Republican (Chicago) paper's reporter ,
Washington D. C., it able to bring readen NamAddresa.-
asked Bob Hannegan: this weekly column on problems oj
"Who'll be your candidate In '48- the veteran and serviceman and hit .
Truman?" family. Questions may be addressed U
"Nope," Hannegan replied (don't the above Bureau and they will be an-
forget this Is an alleged joke), "not steered In a subsequent column. No
strong enough. The public apparently replies can be made direct by mail,
but only in the column which will op
like. t
"Could no It be Wallace pumpedthe pear in this newspaper regularly. When
your
reporter. Return of War Dead
"Hell, not Can't take chances I

with him. They think he's a Red." Approximately 80 cent ofAmerica's 1 "7f ass. little one
"Well." said the scribe, "if It per
war dead now burled in
ain't Truman or Wallace, who do
think it might be?" military cemeteries overseas likely catchescold
you will be brought home as soon
'Oh," said Hannegan "I dunno! :!tI
There's plenty of time We'll dig al arrangements can be completedby ;
> the war department. After ,
up someone World War I bodies of 46,310 Amer. -
"Oh, NO!" roared the Republl-
lean battle dead were returned to
crat, "not HIM!
this country. Just when the government . do what most
can start shipment of the Tonight do to relieve miseries
Prof. Manne Slegbahn'a trip here bodies, however, is still unknowndue of children's colds:
Is for several confs with Einstein. to factors. Chief among
rub
many 4 t r Simply warming,sooth
He's Sweden's top atoman (collab- them are lack of requests thus far ing Vicks VapoRub on
ber of Lise Meltaer). . The in from next of kin, and the shortageof 5743 throat, chest and back at
fluentlal members on Elsenhower's steel caskets. It likely will be bedtime.Results are so good

stan are for "complete remobillza- spring before the first shipload is 'MUST' in college girl's because VapoRub's special
tion." . Dr. Paul Scheffer dee returned to the United States.In every relief-bringing action starts
clips in morgue) was once chief of Fruit Puddings Are in Tune With the TimesSee the meantime the quarter wardrobe is the smartly tailored Instantly . and keeps on

nazi spy ring in Russia. Now very ( Recipes Below) master office within the next 30 hand-knit sweater in bold working for hours during

active here One of the top propagandists days will officially poll all next of bright or dark shades. The sleeve- the night- the child

for "getting the U. S. intoa Puddings and SaucesAs LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS kIn on whether or not they desire less version is easy to knit and is sleep Often by morning
war with Russia soon as possible." to have bodies of their relatives returned snugly form fitting-the two illustrated most misery of the cold Is

. When Field Marshal Montgomery the weather grows cooler, Creamed Veal with Carrots here for final burial. The can be worn with skirts or gone.Remember,Mother...
was honor-guest (at the Barbt- there's nothing more delectable for government Forts be sure you get the one and
expenses.
Wax Beans with Bacon pays slacks and as added warmth under
zon-Plaza) a man, en route to the dessert than a Bran Muffins on both the east and west coast suits and topcoats. only Vicks VapoRub.
30th floor, was hauled back into the steaming hot
Pear-Cranberry Salad will be used and from these ports e e e
elevator and made to identify himself %, pudding served the bodies will be sent to 15 distribution -
Beverage To obtain knitting Instructionsfor
before the law in the foyer Saidto with mouth complete'
a the
centers throughout
,'Crusty Raisin PuddingIce the Side-Buttoned Sweater (Pattern
be J, D. Rockefeller Jr.! watering sauce. country.
Cream Sauce
And as for economy 'Recipe Given Questions and Answer IItGII ENERGY TONIC
Add significant Rnss-U. S. I the base of Vaudeville Had a Brief
notes: The Russian purchasing p the pudding Is Q. I am an ex-serviceman and
commission In Washington frequently. suchan for IVi hours, depending upon am starting in farming and would Life Span of 72 Years helps build real I

(which numbers about 300 expert inexpensive item as breadcrumbs depth of baking dish. Remove cover like to know If It Is still possiblefor
Soviet engineers and tech- or cereal from dish during last 15 minutesof me to purchase a surplus army Vaudeville was introduced in STAMINAENERGY 1 1 ;

nicians) Is discharging Its U. S. What's more, puddings are usually baking. Serve with 'Ice Cream car, truck or a jeep-J. G., Prairie this country about 1860 and died
employees, preparatory to shut chock-full of eggs and milk dried Sauce if desired: Du Chlen, WIs.A. unofficially in 1932 when its strong

ting down Jan. 1. That means, bruits or such that; make them 2 eggs, separated Yes, if such equipment is surplus hold, New York's Palace theater, lung En JOT I thaf..lInl T.kt ood-UaUnl f.etlowello Bootfc
I'm told, the Russians do not healthful eating. If ;you're prepare H cup confectioners' sugar and offered for sale in rout discontinued it and became a Emulsion right away. If JOB f..tttrtd

expect to buy from us any more ing an oven dinner and want to V teaspoon salt territory Veterans are given prior. movie house, says Collier's. The ,rundown. ,usable, to UirowoKworrfioin .
the way things stand now, etc. save heat, cook your pudding right 1 teaspoon vanilla ty for such purchases and in some brevity of its existence resulted f! year diet lacks summer natural oldrb.aas.A4D VII -

along with the rest of the dinner. 94 cup cream, whipped sections retail stores have been setup chiefly from the policy, main- I mine and*n....'-buUdln..natural
Reminder: Great Britain and Pudding use less sugar than most Separate eggs., Beat yolks until where veterans only"may buy tained for decades by a few influ- olla I Soottl help build .......n.
,
lamina resistance Buy to* I
r
Russia signed a nonaggressiontreaty other desserts like cakes and ice thick and lemon-colored. Add one- surplus war equipment and goods ential managers, of refusing to allow

in 1941. Which side would cream, and this, too, makes them half of sugar gradually, beating well even without the formality of pri successful acts to be changed. SCOTT'S
British be on in event of conflict ideal for menu purposes If you until thoroughly blended Add salt orities. Suggest you contact your I Consequently, for 50 years McIntyre EMULSION 1

considering treaties are piecesof have spent more than your share of and vanilla. Beat egg whites until county agent, your local veterans' and Heath played their familiar YEAR ROUND TONIC
papyrus? . Big news expectedfrom sugar on canning: try some of these tiff and fold in remaining sugar. organization. Red Cross or perhaps "Georgia Minstrels" sketch

Puerto Rico during next few suggestions for real economy. Combine two egg mixtures and fold your local implement or car dealers and for 30 years Victor Moore
months. Break said to come between Marmalade Pudding. to learn where such surplus 1
In beaten the of ham vaudeville
stiffly whipped ,cream. played part a DRY ITCHY SCALP
Luis Munos Marin, president (Serves*6)) Serve very cold If sauce Is allowed goods may be for sale in your actor in a sketch which, Iron- 5?* ?'}?' tram itching e[
'" of the senate there and most power 1 cup soft bread crumbs to: stand, beat again before serving. vicinity. There is a surplus war ically, was ,called ."Change Your dr7 loose se.lp d.ndrutt Jtnd help tla
ices sal
ful'political figure in islands-and 1 cup flour Peanut Brittle Apples. priority information office, at 114 Act," or "Back to,the Woods." IMOHOI.INS na TONICWhether
Jesus Pinero, Truman's appointment S teaspoons baking.powder (Serves 6)) West First street, Duluth, Minn.,
for the governorship . Cost of 1 ground suet one at 607 Shelby street, Detroit,
cup B I large tart apples
tombs are down to a mere million and one at McKnight building, Min I
H
cup sugar 94 pound peanut brittle, ground fine
each. That sounds expensive, but 1 marmalade neapolis.Q. .
C'p orange 4 tablespoons lemon
juice
look at it this way: The entire civilized 3 well beaten Does the new army retirementpay
world can now be destroyed %eggs teaspoon salt Peel and core apples; cut In thin bill provide for an Increase In

for less than the war cost the U. S, 1 milk slices Place a layer of apples In the benefits paid to a retired enlisted ,
cup
70 billion. buttered baking rnan?-A. J. D., Henderson, Ky.
Sift flour, measure and add baking dish, cover with A. Public Law No. 474, passed Ism

Reason Russians so cocky powder and salt. Combine peanut' brittle, I by the last congress, does providefor
lately Is they. have crumbs, suet, sugar, eggs, marmalade then apples again benefits for retired enlistedmen.
allegedly
cosmic botnb. Plan Inviting and milk. Add dry ingredients and peanut brittle B' You will be so notified by the
ray
Mix thoroughly and Oil well oiled
until all
are and officials
Americans and other nations army navy; request
to a demonstration of the pudding molds % full. Cover and used. Sprinkle that persons seeking information do you pack It In a plp.-or roll It up

new weapon In their "war of steam for 3 hours. Serve hot with lemon Juice over not write to the war department, In papers-the) tobacco that means more
any desired sauce. last layers of apples. Bake in a but await notification which will
nerves." . Insiders unimpressed pleasure Is rich, mild PRINCE ALBERT
'Crusty Raisin moderate oven for 1 hour then
claiming we have a Pudding come in due time.
(Serves 6 to 8)) serve hot or cold.Caramel. Dow did extend
Q. long #
congress
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weapon that makes the Atomb pypyYt.yy 2 qY;: kP C 6" .says :o k.hpPE
obsolete. . Senator Bob La- 1",CUPI seedless raisins Pudding. the act requiring men to register T
i Follette may head a non-gov't 8 cups slightly toasted bread cubes (Serves 6)) for military service?-J. A. R., OR 0.

committee to study all phasesof 3 cups chopped cooking apples 4 cups scalded milk Moberly, Mo. GO SMpKNG '
modernlzlrg the federal I cup chopped walnut meats 1 teaspoon butter A. The provisions of the selective ,

gov't. This new outfit will be 1 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs service act requiring registrationfor ANp tASfyo rNER : '

financed by wealthy citizens, V\ teaspoon salt *i cup sugar military service have been extended TNERES uKE ;
some of whom held high gov't 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 cups soft bread crumbs to March 31, 1947. They apply I F FPR
posts during the war. I teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup caramelized sugar to all male citizens of the ,
I cups boiling water Make caramelized sugar by allowing United States and ,other male JVC N uE ttat z

N. Y. Novelette: The ABC net. / cup butter 1 cup sugar to melt slowly In persons residing in the United
work had a correspondent in Tokyo. I teaspoons vanilla extract heavy skillet, turning constantly. States who are within the specified

His name, Joe Julian. He wentto Rinse and drain raisins. Arrange Add bread crumbs to caramelized age group. SMOK "
Hiroshima to do a broadcast a layer of bread cubes in bottom of sugar, milk, butter and beaten eggs Q. Can yon tell me how to properly k t ,:;
months after the atomb fell. . As buttered baking and let stand for 1 hour. Add sugar address an army lieutenant?
Julian walked along rubble-strewn dish. Add a layer and pour mixture into buttered custard -Miss C. E., Covlngton, Ky. ,

streets he met a man on a bike, of raisins, a layerof cups and bake in a pan of hot A. A lieutenant should be Introduced t
water in a moderate (350-degree) as "lieutenant" and so ad. e
who Introduced himself . "I'm apples and ,
the Reverend Tanimoto," he said. sprinkling of nut-si oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until dressed officially. Socially, he may "I've smoked Prince Albert in my pipe for years,"says

He was of great help to the meats. Add another firm. be addressed as "mister" by his James H. Clifford,above."P.A.a real comfort smoke
broadcaster in getting material, layer Sauces enhance puddings and seniors or contemporaries, but never -mild and always good tasting."

etc. . A ;year later Julian (who is bread cubes take but a little time to prepare. by his juniors. The adjective
also an actor) found himself jobless. alternating la. Here's a sauce for every type of pud "first" or "second" is never used t QI sCd iitEA

. Last week, while wandering ers of other ding: T except_ in official communications.
about Radio city be was spotted by gredients Foamy Sauce. Q. My son enlisted In the army
6 tablespoons butter when he was 17 years old. Can he
the director of the John Herse,. dish !Is full. Combine or substituteS I
Hiroshima broadcast. Julian was I sugar, salt, tablespoons boiling water ask for a discharge on the basis

engaged to read one of the parts. cornstarch, cinnamon, boiling water 1 cup powdered sugar that be was under age?-Mother,

. It was the role ef the strangerJoe and butter and cook 3 to 4 minutes, 1 teaspoon vanilla Clovis, N. M.
H salt A. The son himself cannot make
teaspoon
met In Hiroshima-the Rev. stirring constantly until mixture Is
application for a minority dis
Jeep
Tanimotot I slightly thickened. Remove from charge. The application must be NCE A B
heat add vanilla and pour mixture Cream butter, add sugar slowly, NDv,3o
made by a parent or guardian and
The Late Cover and bakeIn beating constantly. Beat egg yolks
Watch Elliott got 25 over the pudding.
must be supported by evidence of
Gs for that ) until thick and add to first mixture.
mag series . Trumanas a moderate (3SO-degr.ee oven .
( we first hinted long ago) personally Add water and salt and stiffly age.Q.. My brother was with the 3rd
beaten whites. Cook
doesn't I over hot water,
want to run again.
army. Can ;you tell me anything
If he does stirring constantly for 5 minutes,'
they'll have to him
drag LYNN SAYS
about it?-V. J. B., Olathe, Hans
via Add flavoring and serve at once
the draft. That explains why
A. The 3rd army was activatedby
he is so "candid." . The White Temper Preservatives To Lemon Molasses Sauce. Gen. Douglas MacArthur in Sep

House is spreading happiness to the prevent milk from scorchingwhen 1 cup molasses tember, 1932. on general orders
Germans In Germany. and to the 2 tablespoons butter
heating, rinse saucepan in from the war department Gen.
Republicans in America. , Our hot water first H cup lemon Juice Edwin B. Winans 'took command
foreign policy Is about as clear as To keep eggs from cracking Heat molasses to boiling point and served as commanding general R i R
the mud diplomats have been throw. when boiling them dip first in stirring constantly. 'Add butter and< until 1938 The 3rd army was
ing at each other , Too many cold water, then add them to hot boll 1 minute. Add lemon Juice and formed by units .ot the National

American leaders are arguing about water Let dry in cooking water. mix thoroughly. Serve with fruit Guard, the regular army and the ' "I like the way Prince

our foreign policy instead of explaining To keep candles from dripping puddings. Ith and 8th corps. Albert's cut,"says David

itMr. I let them stand in refrigerator 14 Orange or Vanilla Sauce. Q. Under the provisions of the I*White,above.Tarter

hours before using. 1 cup sugar new 0... bill Is It possible for a vet- rolling and straight too."' stVtTv 7tr
Peron's Austrian friend' Fritz To keep marshmallows fresh 2 tablespoons flour eraa of World War I to ask for a ,'
Mandl, reported Inquiring about keep them in the bread box. 1 orange, rind and Juice review of Us blue discharge from ei2d 4e s

r r possibilities of buying a newspuer When you. fry fish or meat that I 2 cups boiling water the army?-G. T. B., Bath, Me. 'l

here or Philly His Buenos Aires should not be covered, place a 2 tablespoons butter A. The war department says; you

office is working with experts on colander over the skillet and this A teaspoon salt ." may request a review. You should
preparations for a news syndicateand will prevent the stove from becoming Combine" sugar, salt and flour make application on the proper 11INg aN1

J newspaper chain for Latin greasespotted.To Add water slowly, stirring constant form to the adjutant general war teS
America. . Argentina will use keep cheese from dryingout !Y. Cook in double boiler, stirring department. Washington 23, D. C.' sea
all dollar assets to purchase military rub with butter then wrapin frequently for 8 minutes Add orange These forms are obtainable from htaetlih.rCe
,, equipment and machinery a lightly moistened clout and Juice, rind and butter Stir 'your nearest Red Cross office or
from U. S. . British and U. S. keep refrigerated. until blended. For vanilla sauce, possibly from your American Legion
brass in Japan not hitting It off Keep lemons fresh by placing use 1 teaspoon vanilla In place of post You also must submit Ots OiaT'

too well. The Tommies feel they them in a mason Jar that has a orange Juice and rind. This II good your original blue discharge' certif

' are being treated like sojeri of a cover. for fruit puddings. lea te. . THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE
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k f. your smart new
f
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., It I* easy to make Irom a thirtysixInch -
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i
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? a), tains Illustrated direction for more than
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A copy of Book :. be obtained by
ask his advice on your boss refusing sending 15o with name and address direct
to give yon that raise?" "Polish off your car, mister?" to:

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Bedford Hill, N. 1'. Drawer U
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| THERE
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THE OKELClidBEE: NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 19it I]

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NOTICE -- --- -------- -- -- -!
OKEECIIOBEB COUNTY. FLORIDA _._._ -.T- --:===--

,BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL NOTICE! October IS HBHEBY 14 11)40 GIVEN that jA
I1 pursuant to Section It of Chapt..r1R2116. A
law .f Florid' Act o( 1V3T\ ,
known aa the MURPHY ACT. and In
mrsuance of Chapter 20068, Law of , 1 1I
II =DIRECTORY 'lorlclH, Act* of 1041. known a* the r
VEIU1LADE9 DRAINAGE DI3IIICT i

i '....".". . '. '." ..' ...." "' ."."."" "''' ''''''''''''' '''''''''' lipid, allotted ACT, the In Evergladee following described Drainage 20TH CENTURY GOSPEL TENT
I Mstrtet In Okeechobee County, Flor-
Ida will he offered for aale at public I
outcry for the highest and beet cash
hid> subject to the rlo-ht of the True- I ;
HARRY HODGSON BURGESS teen of the Internal Improvement I :
fund and of the .'
Board of Comml.
loners of Evergladea Drainage Die- I Located on Stello Lots on South Park Street .t

Lincoln Apt. Winter Park, Fla. trh't to reject any and all bid., at the ,
Courthouse beginning. at 10:00 l
9181 Supply I Coe o'clock A, M on the isth day of November ALL WELCOME COME GET ACQUAINTED :
Phone 11)40. A. to all .or..11 of landof
ten acre or more, title to one.bait
1 Representative Of, ot petroleum and tbree-foertha of ,., . .
FEO-GRAIN-AY[ NMCNEEL Y other mineral will be reserved by
rruateea of the Internal Improvement
Find, Eaaement for road right of
WRY 200 feet wide will be reserved by
BABY "Jd Trustee from any parcel throngs
which there 1* in existing state road!
,1 MARBLE CO. Tues and Fri.BESSIE and'eclanatlon eaaement and for for road drainage par ogee and BIBLE PROPHECY SPEAKS TODAY

will he reserved bv the Board of
Commissioner of BvertUdea Drain
age District __ =,
r D.....'otlon '
Lots R and 9. Block 12, Wrleht'i. byNicholas !
-
let Addition
Lots 1 to 12: Inc. Block 80, City of
Okeechobee Wallace
ALDI1R: IAN JIUHIFFS Or TUB INTER.
NAT 1MPROVFMENT FUND
I OHTHE STATE: OF FLOR-
FOR lOA, laypreacherOct.
PHILCO
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS!
.
U S Tlre.Puroll OF
EVERGLADES DRAIN. i

Producl. ny MABPL AOI5 DISTRICT P. R.AULER80N, Agent 19, 1946 SERMON TOPIC
AUTHORIZED Ford Part_ for Trustee. of the Internal

Service... for Board Improvement of Commissioners Fund and Sat. Nile World's Greatest Event
SERVICE, SEE of Everglade Drainage Die.trlct I
Okeecbobee County,

OKEECHOBEEULMER F IoniaMO'lll'K O\jYTEYTIOY 7 o'clock The entire human race is troubled and asking:

EZELL MOTOR CO. BELL LAND What is coming? Will there be more wars?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
SALES SERVICE
-
pursuant to Section 13 (IT I) POBOX UI PHONE 44 20(15'*, law of Florida Acta of 1941
and Section Kl Chapter 1IT1T. Laws
if Florida, Acts of 1931 h* amended
by Section 11, Chapter 20(138, laws oi
Sun. Nite All Nations Under One
Florida to, Acts Si-cllon of 1041 42 Chapter and aleo 20722 puriimiit FlagOct.

Law* of riorldn, Act of 1W1. atamended
by Section 19, Chapter 22079 .' 20 Empires have come, Kingdoms disappeared.All .
tow. of Florida, Acts of 1943. and!
Jwlloii 44 Chapter 20722 Law. or plan to rule the World. Has the time come
WISTERIA Florida Acts of 1941. as amended ..,.
SUNDRIES DR. C. R. BIBB Si'clloii Florida. 21.Acts Chapter of Jim.22079 the Law ,of for one Dictator, King, or President to reign the '

DRUG '/ ''"",'*. lu Okeechobee followlorrI"rlh.d County. World? Hear and see this startling subject
Florida. to-wll
NEWS CANDIES DENTISTSTATIONERY lot beeLots 7. Block :219, City of Okeecbo. illustrated.

1 to 12 Inc. Block 17 River-

FOUNTAIN SERVICE OFFICE HOURS Lots stile 1 Pork Aild t.. Lit, Inc., Block 24, Northwest Tues. Nite God's Handwriting on the WallOct.

SUNDRIES 8 A. M. to I P, M Lot 11 and 12, Block 21, South
(tkwrhnheeLbot 22 What is breaking down civilization?
fl, Block 23, City of Okmho. .
Nut Door to poetornc. OEEECHOBEE, FLORIDA ee -
Illustrated the
Lota 7 nnd 8, Block 110, City of on screen.
Phone U' Clk..hohMl
Lot 7 end S, Block 149. City of .

Lot IIk''hol'e 11, Block R. Rnllrcincl Add Thur. Nite Is Bible Prophecy Dependable?
will be ottered for ale at puolle oat
cry for the highest and beat each bid.
mibjert to the right of the Board o! Oct. 24 Bible prophecy for today.
Coiumliisloneri of
Uvergladea Drainage
Dlatrlct and/or Board of County- Can we prove the Bible true? What have the
t tOKEECHOBEE Commissioner of Okeechobee County
1"lorldlto reject any and all blda Prophets of old foretold? Come and hear. I
et the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00
Burney Kelz clock A. !M, on the IMth of
NoAHiiher. Una Kawnieiit: for day drain ......____........ . - . . ........ . . .......- - ro.i
STORE Formerly Ago and reclamation and rood pur-
LIQUOR poxes will bo reserved

Denmark' or liOAKD 1-1VEHOrAD.S OF COMMISSIONERS DRAIN Song Service 6 :45 Bring Bible pencil notebook

Only Bar I.' Town AGE and D1S11UCTnotlcD r r

OF COUNTY COM! .
Complete Hom. Outfitters M1SSIONPKS: OF OKKECIIO.
BEE COUNTY FIOHIDABv \ \

Seward PHONE,34 Swain Phone 115 J. Eo Cone, Mgr llerk Okeechobee. MABEL of the P.County Circuit RACLERSON Court.Florida oi i : r=--::-::-:--'---:::------'--'-'-::'----'--=;;:;- -,--- ':..--;;. -- -_- - -===><==: ---::..

a. agent for said Board
By Connie W,
Rauleraon -- ----- -- ---- -- -
Deputy ClerkIN ;

TUB CIRCI'IT COfKT OF TilE t
zol-i'J'1I: .TI('Dici\L nucrir OF
n.OHIIM\ IN AM FOIL
OKEEI''t01lEEE' : ror.My,
IN en\\rpitv
SI-IT 10 qi:lur 1'1'1'1.1<
ADDLE JASON ji.ined i>v Advertise in The Okeechobee News
her huabauil It. L. M\0\,

.. Atlantic Service Stat See or Phone \"I PliilntllTWALTE.Il .

Paul D. Robblnl Owner 'T. COVCIIMIN. ,
'1 Pefcnilan,
O ODlteedobee} etsEXIDE ORDER TO APPEAR
THE STA1K OF FIORIDA
BATTERIES lo WALTER F. COACHMAN. Jack ,
-- - - -- -
aoinllle, Horldd. It alive and If d.ol.,
LEEI TIRES fore to hln unknown heirs duvUi-ea, Ipll'o-
tore. or grantee; and to all person
GAS-OIL-GREASING, having or claiming an Intercut In the
following described Innd. altunte Iylllil
OUECH-OBEE, ,LA. PRINTING and being In the County of Oketnhubee,
State of .Florida to-wit:
Iota 1 and 2 of Block( 121: of the
Town of OkBechfll, according to vEIASUMMER
pint mode of pal,! town and tiled FO'rJell"
In tie office of the Clerk of the l
Circuit Oktwhiiboe.Addle Court In. and for the Countyof

OIIEETINOI
Mlxon. J..h.,1, by her huahnn
It. L. Mlxon. having tiled In tula court
her acorn bill of complaint In thl
suit the nature and purpose of which
East Side I I. to determine the title of the plaintiff "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS"
HARDEN'S to tbe Innd herclnabove described to
be a good and luflltlunt absolute fee
Tinker' Shop simple title to have all claim. and 1
Package Store Interest of the defendant and each of
them In and to laid land pUHsed upon 135 ROOMS 130 BATHSGRILL
and determined, to remove cloud upon
General Repairing the plaintiff title to said land, to '
Liquors WIn. CordIal.W. quiet and confirm the plulntllTa tltli COCKTAIL LOUNGE
thereto and, In which hill of complaint
Try Hard to Plea. You- the plaintiff states that she believe
EAST OKEECHOBEE there are person Intereated In the ; RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING BLECTRJC PANSBeautfrtn
land herein Involved and herein :
Gin U. Trial
above described whose names are
STATE ROAD NO.8O. unknown to her, and having naniei, atan Cmttmutt Wt ... V.*tiin Bttdt
therein a certain person aa known byname
to her the said plaintiff but u IN BTE8Y ROOM "
not known by her, the said plaintiff ,
whether he I* dead or alive and a.
believed by her the anld plaintiff I Iliving" It
SWIMMJNG POOL-TENNIS COURTS
to be Interested In the propertyand :
premise herein Involved and here
Inn hove described and, If dead to have :.
--- -
been Interested therein)
ALTO WATFORD I SONS
K. GARAGE And having made all persons having
or claiming any Intercut In the above 0") c****** >-
& MACHINE SER. Gulf Station described aald, bill land of pnrtle complaint defendant tithe SPECIAL FAMILY RATE P,, ottIn *t TUl. AdratiMment $25f1

,DODGE a PLYMOUTH And having demandnd from the
That Good Gulf Gnu.Bale. .
.
a Service GULF PRIDE OIL Clerk of County('Ircult.Court Florida In the and making for Okeerhobee ot Location 3 Miles North of Dayton &**#, oM U. S. No. 1 Highway '

14.... Wredllw S.nie1 au order requiring. nuch, persons and!
2 Miles
purtli'H to appear to her mild, bill ot from Ocean via N .,ell Bridge
Day Ph. 12 Night Ph.12 or US complaint upon a day not II>H* than r rp
tuenty-flght day nor more thai
Dunlop Tires a Tab.. Alto s Collages sixty dft)'. from the date of the niakIn .

G.... Electric Appllences if said order: .
ID The Heart Of Town Tu 'IJ, THEREFORE. ORDERED
Ston., Refrigerators, Water Weekly or Daily RetesHeatere that, each and every the defendantiabove .
., apeclliecaro .
named dealgnated and .
,, All Cablnl Are Modern hereby required. to appear herein
ewe Service These All" to the plaintiff. bill for complaint
herein Died on the 14 dRY of lI"tob..r.A. . .
D. 11)46 and that this order be published
In Ihe Okeechobee News .
newspaper of general circulation publlehed . .
In Okem-bohra County, Florida
t91 once a week for four consecutive
: we0k,.
.
WITNESS my hand a* Clerk and .
I the Heal of said Court. ,,thl 12th clay
North Park of September, A. D. 104(1 at Okeecho .
j5 1. BARBER bee, In the County and State aforesaid. "' .
(Circuit Court Heal a
Mabel P. Raulersen
.
Package Store Clerk Circuit Court, .

Okeetbobe Florida

Liquors Wince Cordla1. ABSTRACTS Of T. W. Lonely Jr.: WRITE
WIRE
Attorney for Plaintiff. PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS
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Next Door To An Night ti he the palace of whose HOMER HARDESTY
Happy Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800
Station II [rLE t[ affection la founded upon virtue.,
P. O. BOX
with 747. DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
PHONE 113 walled with riches, Clued I i

beauty, and roofed with honour 4

Francis Quarlea



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