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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 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."
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Volume 32-Number 23 Okeechobee, Florida Friday, October 25, 1946
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T.-B.- Drivels !MR.ENTERTAINED AND MRS. BRAD WITH THOMAS BARBECUE I Mr. and Mrs. Pete' DR, HIS EISlENlIASJOVED OFFICE!\, THIS WEEK One Thousand Dollars Is Goal Set 'f


SATIRDAY NIGHT AT IIOM TO ZELMENOVITZ BLDG

On In CountyFor Raulerson Married For Hallowe'en Carnival at School

enter Dr. Leon S. Elsenman moved hit II
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thomas -

More FundsHealth talned about one hundred and fifty Sixty-Nine Years where office yesterday he has been from located the City line Hal his House Next Thursday Night Oct. 31


persons with an old time barbscu arrival here to the room next tc __._n__ __ __ __________ I

at their home, in Okeeohobee Saturday Stansy's Radio Shop In the Nathar \end; boys :
li a priceless Possession for Mr. and Mn. Peter Raultrson Zelmenovlti Building The ,CONXERS! FIELD AGAIN All the girls are looking
room
Barbecued but
night. pork
'
celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary forward toward Thursday Oct. Slit
from contagious
an Individual. Freedom
ha* been repaired and fixed tot COUNTY FIELD AIR
disease li one of the greatest ribs, swamp cabbage, salad! bread on Thursday Oct 17th, at up the Hallowe'en Carnival. 'It lethe
Dr. Elsenman'i: office.
permanent ACTIVITY PLANNED
assets a community can possess.A and coffee was served to the guest their home on Parrott Avenue. Plans I big event of the school year
I
Dr. Elsen
Upon his arrival her, I
disease which li spread from under the pines on the vacant lot had been made to hold an old-fash for mOlt of ,the children not only
man was forced to use the City'
person to person,becomes a matterof adjoining their horse I toned sing at the home in the evenIng Word was received last week by because It I Is fun, but they take
Hall a* his office because no suitable
public concern because even one The barbecue was cooked over a' when scores of relatives and, Chairman Calvin Drawdy of Okee pride In knowing that they are doing
office could be located for him -
cane It a potential threat to the en. pit that wa* dug therje. It wa friends would have been In attend chobee County Commlulonere' from something for the school.
.
tire community. One person with served about 8:30.American. ance, but these plans had to be cancelled -' at that time.Pastors the War Assets Administration to This carnival is sponsored by the

a contagious disease may give It to because of the ill-health of the effect that the county-owned! P. T, A. and until lilt year the, P.

one, two or more other persons, who Mr. Raulerson. He had spent several ' of AllChurches airfield was In process of being T, A. received the money, and in

in turn, may pass It on to still others Legion ) days In a Miami hospital, and transferred back to the county. turn Invested It In some project for

until scores may fall victims had made the trip home to be with This (Information also Included the school. The present cafeteria

to the disease. Boys Play Stuart his wife on their anniversary, but Visit that a right of entry was Immediately and equipment was so furnished.

because of the tiresome trip, It was granted which leave the county Last year, however, the p, T. A.
This Is the reason that communities -
thought advisable to avoid the confusion free to make use' of the field I gave fifty percent of the profits to
Insist that ceases of contagious Other PulpitsThe
Veterans !
diseases be reported to health auth TuesdayThe the sing would entail without the need of waiting for the the school and each das used their

Peter Raulerson was born formal transfer papers quota Individually as they saw fit.
critics The greatest aid to health
ber 1, 1867 and his wife ePtem-1 Major Ronald J. Fruda has been This year the P. T,. A. has votedto
authorities In preventing the spreadof pastors ,of the various
Veterans
I Okeechobee Team of 1860. planning for some time to have use allow the echo 1 to keep all the
continuous disease, In Its early churches of Okeechobee early this
a :
the America!; Legion :will play the They were married In Bassenger of this splendid field for training money; provided it be used toward
disease Is discovered the
recognition If the year began practice of exchanging -
Veterans team from Stuart on the In 1877i, and Mrs, Raulerson smilingly \ veteran under the G. I. program some Permanent. worthwhile proj I
Immediately, precautions can pulpits four time each ,
Okwhobee High School ground tells of their dancing all night year and he has Immediately taken the ect. The High School to keep their
be taken to others from and next morning, October
prevent
Tuesday night October 29. The that night: and of hi being Mr. Sunday matter up with the Civil Aeronautics prophets and the Grammar School
comlnir In contact with the patient 27, I I. the date set for the next ex- '
kickoff will be at 8 -o'clock. Raulerson's first dunce anti her last Administration with plans to obtain likewise. ?
and thus possibly catching the dis change. All of the pastors will
Th's' will be the first the and other equipment
game donee. hanger necessary At a meeting of the student bodyof
In church other than
ease. preach some
local American Legion boys have Seems ns tho' :Mr. Raulemnn was the High School, that group yoted

There Is one contagious disease playfd but they have scheduled A so impressed with dancing, that their regular church at the Sunday There are a large number of G. I.1* to have as their project, electric

which unfortunately Is seldom rcc- nu rer of games with other veterans thereafter he would travel for miles morning hour. here who desire to avail themselves water-cooling fountain, and the

cognized In Its early stages It Is teams from the East Coast am to attend a dance Rev, Lyle, pastor of the Church of of the opportunity offered throughthe teen-agers are really getting busy

tuberculosis. This disease, which God, will fill the pulpit at the Baptist -
other sections which they will play In 1808 the couple moved to government agency and who are I to make this year's carnival the

kills more young People between IS before they close the season. what Is now Okeechobee and can Church, Rev Garner, pastor of lined up to receive the local air best yet. 4
and 35 than other disease, frequently the Church of the Brethren, will occupy
any who make the loral '
Tie boys training.
up
truly be called the first settlers. The Grammar School has undertaken -
reaches an advanced stage the pulpit at the Methodist! !
team-at present are: What is now Okeechobee was then as their project a central
before unmistakable symptoms appear Church. Rev Howell, pastor of the
Eugene Wright, Tiny Watford, used for their pasture, Mr Rauler HOSPITAL BOARD library In the Grammar School
Meanwhile, however, the disease Methodist Church, will preach at the
Charles Parkerson, Henry Walker son having stretched thirty miles of II PLANS TO BUILDAt building, which will be located in
may be caught by other'l L. L. Conrad, Jr., Billie Anderson Brethren Church and Rev. Eiland,
fence from Taylor's Creek to the I the large center room on the leconIfloor.
Meanwhile, too, the Individual maybe pastor of the Baptist Church will\ .
J. P. ParkeronH. ,
Alto Watford, Jr.,
Klsslmmee river, enclosing what was a special meeting of the newly; The Fifth Grade taught by I
losing' his health, for the chances preach at the Church of God.
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r. "Dude" Watford Jr., 0 D
then known as Bend, because of the I appointed Board of Trustees, for the Mrs Roe, has already (moved to another
of ''recovery from tuberculosis are Godwin Johnnie Lightsey, Johnny In discussing the Plan whereby ..
have
found bend of land bordered by the river proposed Okeechobee County Hospital : room, and alterations
greatest when the disease Is Jenkins and Gene Elledge. ill of the minister of the town ") vacated by them I .
and the creek. this room
held a few lays tro. it was begun on
early. Admission to this and all other Bend was l later named Tante for swap ,, around and preach at some decided not to have any*further delay In order to have It In condition

Even tuberculosis, however, ran be will be 75 cents church other than his own about to
game the first school teacher, Mesa Tante In the erection of the much when funds are available equipit.
found early through means of cheat Tour! times a year has met with the
Huckaby. It was at this time that neede and much. discussed project.: .

x-raya. If every adult had periodic CHAMBER OF cdMMERCE the first.Post office was established general approval of the members Plans for the building were drawn As I Is customary, the Seniors willsponsor" \

chest x-rav every case of the disease WORKS FOR METEOR STOP with Mrs. Raulerson serving as and friends of the various churches by Wm. Hatcher, an architect In Ft.'!I the coronation of the Kin lIt

(would be found early, before AND OTHER FAST TRAINS postmistiess.. By this time', several) since the practice began.All Pierce, several months' ago and an and Queen of Hallowe'en-: with the

the Iadivlduaihadklostwhle" I families had takfen up residence tat the ministers extend a cordial'' endeivorjia* been maile ever ,since JunrtiW. sponsoring oH'\N.feur:

f x :I health, ",an<{ befori. h* had spread,the T That Okcechobei"\lssefvJ byf if 1 th**locality,' 'ana"' trt- :MV %*** fbl!>:\:aia_.) +.... l: ti s4ir 'IA, l:1.: r t 'lim, the a % aral1.J1N- + n
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disease' to other trains daily each way and still has came In ,was more .or less of a holIday to: 'atdSid the services at their own) work. Falling In thtslhe bvsA has i Including the first,';,11111..... t., Q

Because of the danger whirl a bad passenger schedule has beena Once a week Mr. Rnulerson hurch. "" hAt taken the recomroendatlAn ffg' the booth. .

tuberculoxU present to the Indl matter of contention by many of would travel on horseback to Quay, the Sunday night searvices each architect and have purely loejl supervision I Tentative plan are 1* hold the

vidual and to the community, an our citizen for a long time past. now called Vero Beach, to bring the pastor will be In charge at his own in conJunctJon with
e organization was formed here two I A definite file has been built up mail, which necessitated a three day hurch.DKEECIIOBEE. the architect.F. I which should create more of a carnival -

years ago to spread Information more than once. The Chamber of: trip by horse. On his return every. 1 W. Zander was chosen to supervise -I spirit than inside the school

about the. disease and how It can be Commerce built the last file up one for miles around gathered In YOUTH'S the location of materials and building, and too, would be much

controlled commencing In February 1945 and Tante to receive their mall. construction and under this plan It I cooler; the Coronation and Amateur
AMPUTATED
ARM 13
The Okeechobee County Tuberculosis endeavored to show that many persons Since there were now several fam- I I I hour would take place in the i

Association does not build getting on the F. E. C. trains lies with children of school age,, commence I Auditorium, a* usual Also, as
Sebrlng, Oct. 23.-Oscar Thomas,I
, hospitals. That Is the function of at Ft. Pierce and the Seaboard at nearby, Mr. Raulerson began to 18, of Okeechobee, Is recovering at building to be completed by Januaryor usual, there will be a dinner servedIn earnl-

the government It does not hand West Palm Beach and Sebring were realize the need for a school, and February the' cafeteria prior to ,the
the Weem Hospital following amputation -
Okeechobee his ceaseless efforts, vat This will be a spaghetti sup ,
passengers. through a
out relief to the victim of tubercu of the left arm below the ,
losis. If that becomes necessary It We now learn that the Seaboard school was established with Mrs. elbow. W s. c. s. per prepared by Mrs. Roy Draughon

Is the function of community plans to place additional trains In Pant* Huckaby a* teacher. In 'order and Mr. Mack Klnsaul, so you maybe
IIIs forearm mangled when it The cost
was
agencies! established for the purpose operation, commencing about Dec to keep the school in operation, 'Mr. The Woman's Society of Christian assured of a good meal.

of granting relief to needy ember 15th, and we have great Uulerson had to ride for miles to became caught In a sausage-making Service of the; Methodist Church of the supper Is to be one dollar
machine at the plant of hi* uncle,
residents hopes that one' of the fast trains bring the children to school on Mon.; held its monthly meeting in the per plate. i
Bradford Thomas. The victim, son capable e
will be allocated to this stop. Once day, then board them all for the I church annex on Tuesday afternoon The P. T. A., under the
The task of the association are of Mrs. Dollie Thomas, was brought Rev. C. E.
again the Chamber of Commerce Is week at his own expense, and take' : with the Wesleyan Service Guild in direction! of Its president,
to find of tuberculosis to
cases ,
here for treatment. to a sue-
lending its efforta to bring this them all home again on Fridays. charge of the activities/ Elland, is looking forward
find them In that most : at
early, easily set Its goal
carnival and
about. Beside this he had to pay one-half Other accident cases reported by Prior to the general meeting, the cesful '
curable stage to make known what
; of the teacher's salary, so it can, the hospital today included W, O. various circles met for their bust 100000. It can be done If the
steps be taken to prevent its
can rightfully be said that he was aublicspirlted Bethea, Okeechobee cattleman, who community will get In back of
devotional at the
spread to demonstrate the need for Mr and Mrs. W. H. Price arrivedIn I ness meeting. The
; In their tf-
citizen and he still suffered a fractured collarbone when Mr these school children
by
Okeechobee Monday from their general meeting was given
establishing and maintaining adequate
; maintains an Interest In the hapening he was thrown by his horso and who used the fourth forts. There are rumors, too of a
facilities for the detection of home In Sandusky, Ohio, and are L. H. Dreese, led
of the community. I Billy Bowers, 14, Lake Placid, whose I Corinthians her 'parade proceeding the carnival,
tuberculosis! and for caring for its spending two weeks with Mr. Price's chapter of First a* Definite
,
I jaw was fractured while playing concluded the by our High School $Band.,'
victims father, 0. J. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson had eight Scripture reading She

children, five of whom are still llvng. Football. I devotional with a vocal solo, "T cLove announcement of these urlou* plans
Such tasks may seem undramatic,, will be made In the near future.
Shop They are: Mrs. C..J..Clements: of God.
The Gift owned and oper
but they are necessary. If tuberculosis Come out and have some fun -
ated Mrs Bernice Phillips, was Okeechobee; Mr. Harmon' Raulerson FINE ARTS The program was presented by
Is to be brought under complete by It's for oldsters, a* well a* youngsters -
control In our community, the damaged Sunday night, when a leak Miami; Mr. Meb Raulerson, Okee- Mrs. J. M. Roe, a digest of mission .

work of this voluntary association occurred in some of the pipe lines chobee; Mr. Connie Raulerson, Miami The Fine Arts Club was entertained ary projects' India.

must be continued. It will be continued between the floors of the hotel I and Mrs. Faith (E. M.) .Mes- on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Routine business was then conducted P. T. A. MEETING 1

building, flooding the Gift Shop erve, Okeechobee. llen Markham, with Mrs. Carl Dur- by thi president, Mrs D. R. '
If all the people of the community ____ e
buy and use Christmas I and causing! considerable damage ,to I II I There are 27 grandchildren rance acting! as co-hontess. McNelll, among which was committee the appointment . The Parent-Teacher Association

Seals, sole support of the Okeecho the stock and fixture. Mrs Phil -. The "bouse was beautiful with Its of a ,nominating for the held Itl'rerular monthly meetin
select officer
bee County Tuberculosis Assocla, lips expects to have the shop reorened Among .thole from Okeechobee several floral arrangement In var.lous to' year last Thursday night in the High
1947.
for business within a few in Gainesville hues. '1
tion. attending Homecoming
Concluding the business, thefWei- School Auditorium, with a good number
days. the past week-end were Mr. The program for the, afternoon members and teachers
I loyans served refreshments! to about of its
-- and Mrs. Homer'Bible, Mr. and Mrs. consisted of two vocal solos, "For .
CARD OF THANKSWe thirty members of the society. I present.
Mary Lee Withers of Miami spent Clifford Boyle and daughter, Doro- You Alone" and "Just A'wearin' for Rev C. E. Eiland, president. 'pV'-

the weekend In Okeechobee visiting! thy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Durance, You. ," by Mrs. John Roe. : sided over tile meeting, and* plan
Raulerson
wish to express our sincerest friends. \ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ilendry and Mrs.' Guest speaker was Mr Joel Nal Mr. and Mrs Connie re 'were discussed for the coming Hal
their' home here Wednesday -
to
gratitude and thanks for the many Jack Elledge. ley principal of the schools, who turned lowe'en Carnival to be held Thurs'-
sevral day of .
after spending
expression of sympathy extended t(S Miss Alvyna Sweat and Mils Lillian used ahis topic, "Present Day day October 31st. ,

us In the death of our loving bus Walker who are students at the' Oscar Thomas, IS year old nephew Trends In Our Schools"Routine this/ week in Miami visiting rela- Principal Nalley gave an Interesting

band, father and brother, Paul Bur. Florida State College for Women at'., of Brad Thomas suffered avery business wa conductedand tives. ......- talk on Education and the Educational

deshaw. Tallahassee, spent the week end painful Injury last week, when the club was happy to welcome System Parent were
,
here with their families. his hand became caught In one of Mrs. Joel Nalley si a new member Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeve spent urged to attend thele meetings, because

i Signed) Mrs. Corinne W. BurJeihaw' I I the machines at the Thomas PackIng and Mrs. W. E. Cason as guest. A last week-end visiting friends and the Association I Is working

and family Plant and wa* so mangled that delicious salad course wee served relatives In Ocoee and Orl ndo. toward the welfare ot the children1
To each that
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Guber person, purchased I
Mrs. J. B. Lewis Bible Readings for the Home, Life;, the arm had to be amputated below I after the meeting was adjourned. of the. community, and, It IS ,n

Mrs. Lora Stephen and Health Magazine and BedtlmeStories I the elbow. He Is reported doing I Next meeting will be November 21 Susan Hancock, daughter of Mr.; Association for the Teacher and'ths

also Children' Hour storybooks I' as well as call be expected, In the with Mrs H. H. Raulerson. and Mrs. J, T. Hancock spent ,the Parents.
Mrs. Ho sea SaundersMrs. ,
I
Sebrlnff hospital I week-end with her parent In Okee
W. V. Dyer ) I I to reach the Ho-
strive
I We should
God Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Garlington, chobee. Susan Is attending Jackson
Mrs. Ross Black I sincerely thank you. May revealed
where God I II ;
Mrs. W, E. Taylor bless the reading to your hearts as FOR SALE-If Interested In new of Birmingham, Ala., are spendingtwo High School In' Jacksonville and reb height of all spiritual -

Mr. Price Burde.haw'Mr. only H* can. :r doors, all doesplace your order weeks with the Vernon Reeves. making her temporary home, with I and' the cornerstone Baker

Tom Burdeihaw Mill Lee M. Berger, ,' with Loly Matheson Phone 215J. Dr. Garlington, Is I a brother of Mrs. her grandparent, Rev, and Mrs. building.Is 1 purity.-Mary

Mr. B. E. Burdeshaw Colporteur Evangelist Fort Pierce Florida. Reeve. ,Shuler. Eddy.

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Wed. & Thurs. Oct. 30.31 Fri. & Sat., Nov. 1.2"ADVENTURE"
Sun. & Mon., Oct. 27-28, 1946 Tuesday, Oct. 29 FUGUTIVE" '''and
"STRANGE IMPERSONATION" "DANGER SIGNAL" "FRONTIER

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SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS Windproof Span Designed How To Relieve

a I After Wind Tunnel TestsBy ,

1948,'new Tacoma Narrows
Wetf-Jillillg oLumberiach \ sutfit Bridge will be built over Puget Bronchitis

Sound, replacing the one that, four
Pattern No 1430 comes In sizes 13. 14,
18, 18 and 20 Slz 14, 2t4 yards ol M months after its completion in CreomuMon relieves promptly$9
Inch fabric 1940, was destroyed by wind, says cause it goes right to the seat of thetrouble
Send your order to: Collier's The new span, the first to to help loosen and expel
amp germ laden phlegm) and aid nature)
_---'-- nn have its design based on wind- to sooths and heal raw, tender, in*
9,,rh 1 SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT tunnel tests of a model, will have flamed bronchial mucous mem
r r I ,.
r Itln r'('rIrrflr7r! + rt' ,ljrw lj\ 4i 530 South wens St. Chicago 7, Ill shock Absorbers at numerous branes.Tell your druggist to sell yen
1 !! v IN 4trrr.'r IIli Enclose 25 cents In coins for each a bottle of Crecmulsion with the understanding
pattern desired points. you must like the way it
Use Vegetables Pattern No. "'--_ It will also have air slots in the quickly allays the) cough or you are
LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS Nlm" floor which will enable it to with- to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
I IyJy
Cheese to Serve !A 'h 1 7e1 lri+tlt1 !j1? Address stand a wind nearly three timesas
Broiled Eggplant and
which caused
strong as that
For Meat Dishes Stuffed Tomatoes the former structure to crash. for Courts,Chest Colds.Bronchitis

Creamed Potatoes .
r" "res Sliced Cold Meat But 115 Zoos Maintained

Jellied Fruit Salad
Biscuits with Honey Sr In 26 Major Countries EXTRA FINE BREADI yX "' '

Caramel Pudding Beverage w Although the educational valueof

Recipe given. public zoological gardens has

''ylrr r been recognized for centuries, only r-
txr b k rldr14' ,
115 such parks are maintained to-
Leftover meat can be stretched
day in 26 of the 60-odd important Y
In any number of ways, but one of
countries.Of .
the best methods is to cream it and 1 1a
rr r these zoos, which contain
add vegetables Leftover meat '
tends to some 100,000 animals of 15,000 N/ I'
dry readily even though jIrr $ iAK
it is wrapped when refrigerated, i'rr'1H'1; % t4, species, Africa has 4, Asia 7, Aus / aa ..,.
,ir rx tralasia 5, Europe 48, South America t A
and any sauce, tomatoes or other g ,
liquid that is added will make IIV. 6 and North America 45, of BScN
ory and juicy which 40 are in the United States. ?

r ;N ,h Creamed VeaL II ( 1' i qr r, ruj :
p u 2R (Serves 6)) 4,('' r 1 VrY h'1
1,bt ; ,rr,
7 medium-shed potatoes 1430 '

Certain combinations of vegetables H cap milk 12-20 ; GrandRe/ie
and cheese taste as If there 1 egg, well beaten

were meat In them.. Serve foods i H teaspoon salt A 'GOOD looking lumber jacket MOM SNIFHr. STUFFY DISTRESS OP
like this often If you find meatIs 1 tablespoon butter outfit for winter-long wear.
scarce 2 cup cooked, diced veal The well fitting jacket has deep HeQa'oIdsiDOUaLR.DUTT
1 cup medium white sauce
comfortable armholes, snugly tied QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEAST
Meat Savers Paprika belt-the pleated skirt falls smooth '
Parsley and straight. Try a soft grey flan- ,/_ \ a Watch Fleischmarn's active fresh Yeast go right to

When the meat supply la lean, 12 small, cooked carrots nel, or a gay plaid. NOtl DIOPS WORKS work-help give your bread more delectable flavor
every homemaker It confrontedwith Peel and boll potatoes until ten MSTROURLtWMSR.ISI .
the very acute problem of der. Drain and mash. Add milk egg, finer, smoother texture: every tune.

what to serve as a main dish. This salt and butter. Model of Loa AngelesOne
becomes an acute problem when the Whip until smooth :: Instantly starts relief to from bead cold distress IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, be sure to get Fleischmann's
"J of the largest models ofa come when you put a
men folk of the family require and fluffy Form city ever made in this country is little Va-tro-nol each nostril Also .fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable .
-It
heavy foods that are both tissue mashed potatoesinto helps prevent
building and satisfying a circular I the recently completed miniature developing If used unJmldM'1 I America's favorite yeast for more1lttttNM3.NN'S
replica of downtown Los Angeles, Follow directions In package.
border on a well ..- than 70 years.
Fortunately there are many I. the purpose of which is to aid en- IEASt"
oiled baking VICKS VA-TRO-NOLHERE'S
dishes
that may be made with little gineers in planning civic develop-
sheet, using a
neat that satisfy 1 1JJ1I/j! ments, says Collier's. Built on a
pastry tube or a cookie press Brownin fu
these requirements. scale of one inch to 50 feet, the >,r.abtla7l /I 4e&
hot (430 ). Transfer
Then too, ( a oven degrees model 576 feet ;
occupies square ,
to Fill the
If have a a large platter. center MOROllNE
you y1t
contains 65,000 buildings, required
with the veal which has been
dish with plentyof
cheese, poultry mixed with well'seasoned white 120 man-years of labor and cost PLUS CN//r PETROLEUM i0 JAN JEIIY ONLY IO

eggs or fish, sauce, thoroughly heated. Garnish $JOOOOO.
this may be substituted with paprika, parsley and carrots.
for the Liver Fricassee.
main dish without any qualms as to (Serves 8)) a .p eye v J Jt"
whether It's really good for the fam 1 pound Uver, sliced
H teaspoon salt

ily.When you do have meat, make H teaspoon pepper

the most of it. First, do not shrink K cap floor
It by cooking at too high a temper K cop bacon ratI
ature; and second cut oft every cup canned tomatoes
edible piece and use it wisely. I medium green peppers, chopped
6 small white onions, chopped
'
When make anything that 4
you t cups boiling water a ( kal ,
contains cheese, use a moderate
H teaspoon celery salt
temperature if you want the dish
H teaspoon poultry seasoning
to be palatable, as a high
I S cops cooked noodles ..
peratursmskes cheese stringy tern.n4
I 1ia ate"Y"'Y.La' .
: 4 l. outt 'p (
s stand 8 minutes.. Drain and wipe)
Baked Cheese and Hominy. dry. Dredge liver with salt, pepperl
1 tablespoon'butter or substitute and flour Brown quickly in hot
1 tablespoon dour bacon fat Add vegetables and water '
I
1 cup milk Add celery salt and poultry '
out
% cup grated cheese seasoning Cover and simmer very F LL .
H teaspoon paprika slowly for 45 minutes Serve with 3 ,<
1 teaspoon salt hot, buttered, seasoned noodles.A .
5 cup cooked hominy dish that Is lovely to serve for
Vt cup buttered bread crumb luncheon Is this one, using two fa.vorite .

Melt butter, blend in flour, then tool vegetables It's mighty fillIng hf vr.f0lrVCTQ.RIJJIRESTONE : RI

add milk slowly, cooking until thick
ened. Add cheese, paprika and 'Broiled Eggplant and t kC 4 :; kkr
salt Place hominy In buttered baking Stuffed Tomatoes. $ ;} :

dish and pour sauce over It 4 (Serves 6)

Cover with crumbs Bake In a moderate Choose 6 firm, ripe tomatoes C\
(350 degree) oven for 20 minutes a slice from the top of each tomit:

and remove part of the centers Ml{: ,A a'
One-Dish MeaL chopped tomato pulp with % erf
(Serves 6)) chopped, ripe olives, 1H cup sol scores again with a revolutionary new '
I1 tractor tire . the FIRESTONE CHAMPION
K pound raw, smoked ham or bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon grated aGROUND
cooked leftover meat onion 1 beaten egg and seasonings, GRIP . which outcleans, outpulls, >
M pound cheese :Fill tomato shells with this mixture and outlasts every other tractor tire. The results '

1 green pepper, chopped Bake in 'a moderate (330 degree of actual field tests, shown below, prove what this

6 ounces One noodle ) oven for 20 minutes. tire will do for you on your tractor. ,
1H cup water In the meantime, saute breaded <
1 teaspoon salt eggplant slices in butter. Serve CLEAN UP TO 100% MORE EFFECTIVELY .

1 can mushroom soup baked tomatoes on top of eggplant The traction bars curve like a plowshare . flare C .

Put ham cheese and green pep slices, topped with cheese sauce outward to make a wider exit for mud and trash. "
made as follows melt 6
per through a food chopper. Add a creamy processed: American ounces of The bars join in the center- no open centers to '

f noodles water cheese in top of double boiler Stii pick up trash and clog the whole tread. When the !l-
and salt with
W soup to meat and in % cup of milk. going is really tough, that's when Champion

I cheese mixture. Meat loaf made with vegetable Ground Grips clean up to 100% more effectively. f-4.. ''

Pour into well offers tasty fare for meatsavin
greased casserole a days. If all of the meat loaf Is no] PULL UP TO 62% MORE AT THE DRAWBAR .

and bake In a used for dinner, it may be chlllet The pyramid-type, curved traction bats cut deeply
moderate (330 de- and used for luncheon sandwiches into the soil with wedge-like action. The joined

gree) oven for 1 ban provide a powerful "center bite" right in the

hour. Keep casserole covered. heart of the traction zone. This patented tread

(Note: 1 cup of medium white t design gives up to 62% more drawbar-pull. p Pr! .
sauce may be used la place of the r
soup.) LAST UP TO 91 % LONGER . Extra high tray ;;

don ban, buttressed at the base and Triple-Braced j t S P 'g fIn

the center, have greater strength and stability. .

LYNN SAYS: They don't bend, break nor push through the cord

body. They Last longer on the highway because '4 '
To cook tough J
Cooking Tips: rv
cuts of meat, add 1 tablespoon they don't bounce nor wobble like unconnected ,r' N

of vinegar or lemon Juice to meat bars. Under extreme conditions they give up to he

before baking 91% longer traction life. 4' N

Render fat from chicken and
use for frying. Bacon drippingsmay See the new Firestone Champion Ground Grip ,

also be used Keep the at your nearest Implement Dealer, Firestone Dealer 1O

fats well chilled so they do not Salad plates of fish and eggs Store or Firestone Store today. And when you 3 e

become rancid.In are another meat saver. Prepare order a new tractor, be sure to specify Firestone 't G G p
making bustard that calls them attractively and the family Champion Ground Grips. OVrd
for more eggs than you have on will never think of missing thf

hand one or more eggs may be meat Usttn lo she Voles ol Pirenoo4.very Monday mtntng over NBC
omitted If H tablespoon of cornstarch -
OoOTlfM I"" .Th.rimtna Rn*. But.**Ok
Is added for each one Vegetable Meat Loaf.
omitted. (Serves 6)

\ In making fruit or berry plea, li pounds hamburger
if the berries are too juicy, beat 1 onion, shoed
In one egg with the sugar and H cop bread or cracker crumbs
prevent juice from running too. H teaspoon salt
freely. H teaspoon pepper Greatest Advancement in Power
Heat lemons and oranges by I err Farming
dipping in hot water, and they tt cop milk
will yield Juices more'freely. 1 cup finely shredded carrots

few grains of salt to 1 cup mashed potatoes
Add a
coffee while making it to Improve 1 cup finely shredded cabbage Since Firestone Put the Farm on Rubberr.
flavor. Mix all ingredients together in

When making applesauce cake, order given. Bake In loaf pan in
use ground apples Instead of ap a moderate (330 degree) oven for
plesauce. 1 hour.

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Harden Tire. Albert Rauh'rionRaulerann. 1. 1If. Zander. Vivian I*. Bukor, Mrs Frank

ELECTORS Harden Albert O. L. Zan ler. Loula Baker Prink
LIST OF QUALIFIED ,
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I Humphrey. Ruth Precinct N.. 6 Brett John D. Jr _

HIM Fred Peter Allen Mnaml Brett Mrs' John D. JrBraaa .

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OKEECHOBEE I Hill C. II Anderaon A. B. Bevllle. Howard J.
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Addison F. WBeecher Rachel B. Earnent: A. Rulinid Mri RualeKaulenon Anderson. Jerry Breland Mri L. M.
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Hancock Allen Bilker Mla AliceBurk Hunter Mrs, All ertlnH Mnrthn ( N Ornnvlle Chance. EV..
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itto. Mm Harry Rhymes. Mra RyylenRhvmea
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Swain. Bertha M. Carter. Bll .Tones. R. ('. Smith Emma Godwin W E. Mri Melha
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Simmons. Phillip L, Cheablre. W. R. Tnhninn. Clifford M. Smith' Katherine Godwin. Lottie Pomer Ruaiel V.1I0m..r. .
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Kate Chandler. Charlie Terrel Helen Smith Albert Godwin Elite W. Pomer Victor T.
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Wynn J. H. Conerlv: Mra B. II. Knight F W. Sellers. Mri. BernlceSlmmina H mt. Carrie Pnke J Logan
Wynn Ada Chandler 111,.. Kate 1.nn.d. F. A. E. W Hancock Clifford Puke Lnla Mae
Wynn LllllePreelnel Carter. Albert Kennarl Leln Mae Simmons. PndlceSnnderfiir \ Horn Valley Poke. Smith Lola M:
Chandler I.arue Klnr.au M < Jaill Hall Mra W. M Puke. 1111.11 1'10'
No. S. Tteiilnrer Florida" Chandler Frank, *" r, King\ Mm :: B. Scott Mm Annie Horn A, II Delonch. LttbrldgePeloach
Altman. John (hrlatopher. Clyde S. Klnnnul. Mm )r. F. 8,'buler. E. L. hall Wm, Jr. C. L.
Altmin. 7ula Caiaela. K J. Kllpntrlrk. P. R. Scott' H T. Hnia. Mn. Carrie Purrance. Manrlce
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Ban, form Cdllna Mra' Hellpn K T.eho. Flmer Show Mra Toon PSi Hall Mn Irene Mri Minnie
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)Barber J. F. Cbeeblrenla I.owe. J W Scott' M FSchntt Jones. N. F. Pupree. CorteiPevane
Campbell. CharleaCampbell Clement. )I... ('. JClementa 1.0..1. Cnlombna ItLnmb Fronk Jenkins. Margaret M A.
Jennie Mina Marie Murlnl V. s Chandler Milan (Chandler Noel FI I.nmh. Harry R Sloan Arthur Tinea Nannlo V, Purrance Mre Maurice
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Chandler' Alton Clayton George T.ebo. Jennie Smith' A. MSi C E. ,. William EugenePavla
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Her. Perrv Cnrr Mrs Lola l.nwsun RonnlleLynd S,.Hem. Qul 'ntlii R. H 0. Davis. Sloan Amy
Campbell Christine Clement. Ml.. Beatricelonerly n. A. WI Sale. Mri' Iltnrliltfl' MSmlh Lowq Vora Pavla. J. IIPrnugbon .
R. Irlaa >. Lowe T. WInwrence .
Chandler Mm' Otis .ee. Mlna FrnnceaI itinlta John D.
(' Charlie HnrrlH Smith ('. \\'. 1111''.. B. Jvnna. Pelhnm
Pnrrance TameaPiirranee '.. 111,.. AlmA Itltner II. D.I.ow.n..e. .
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I.orlon. nttle Carter. Mra Henry Lowe T.ntr >> AnnloShrill I. J. L. D. JFana .
T.oftnn. Albert Carter. James S. Jr. Lcwe Mre' Luther K. F. Jr. Mltihill I.. T. Mri D. J.
l.ntx. Gladva Carter T. W. I..ho. George Stell.' K, E. Rr Norton Jamea F. Ferrel W, E.
I.antf. Rny Ft Carter. Mra' Alice I.lithta..y. .1. M l1..1\o.\ II,tch' Ccntt Norton rlrcd: Evans. A. II.Evan. .
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Preapott AvneiPreapott Mra. Helen Mercer. '. I.. p. '\'bollll's. low e fItly.Titlt11 !. Frank Friar Mattle Lee
Bill Iunnam A. IIPrlKffpra Ming Mm. R C. E. O. Nenl Mr.. Susie Krlib. Mra H. MGray .
Preapott Henry B. HDavla /Morgin Jetaon ''Intel). )rr.. \Vlllle Itne Norton F. tdnaPowell W. MGoolwln ,

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Plnaon Charlea PavlD, S. B. : Harry A. Mra' OlMTr \ .. C. I'owpll. Mm O T. .' Rennle

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T.. PPreapott 1'iivln Ira R. Hev 1\[. rMyen Iiaeih A. I.. E. Gray' Ruth
BeatriceRanleraon Drawdy. C. E. Mm GlnlM Thomi ion. Clvdo'thonula Kc I Inaon. Ralph Grav S L.
Marv Dot R. J. Mercer Mm 1\11111 B \\'. Sullivan II.. ., Griffin. Mra Alice ..
Rnulennn ArahellRauleraon Pi.ej. W. A. Ming J. A.Hance Thumaa Mn. H. \V. Sullivan. Untie' Gartnn. 111,.. IhelroaGarvln
I.. MI'uiraiue Slinmona. J. .
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Sparkman Lottie V. D11nRDtra.: I"trl\I\ .; .,... Thomni Jolla Gardner, 'I..JD" jiMplGoff /
Haohrt t' r Stratton Cody'a' .flt
: 'SplceyCndrrhlll Jubn W.Gardener .
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Rtorman. Eula Ming RoheKMalden Tho MrT Stratton: OiallneSluimona
Smith lawrence Uarli ArthurVestnn.. y ., H. F R. Claude Jr'. I
Pavla. Mra\ HaanlaPavli Euier :::: Mra J. S. W. T. Gray Samuel L.
ftmlta. Rhode Shirley \\'.-..tonIIrawI Martin nderhlll Stratton John A.
Mottle J. A. Harris. E. DHancock" .
Sloan, H..nnRlrtrkl.nd T. Martin. I ,"
Clayton M
Mra Allen
Sraton .
M... Martin Richard Moore. Walter I.. tnlerhlll. FllleT : \". S
Oliver Stratton Mri. Hub
Rtorman Audrey Dykes. Moore' 111 1''.. Lenora .n.lerhlll. T. M. Hardy, Ira *
Edison Pools. Willie Minnie lee Flotaean Mullvan Myrtle: Holmea. L W.
Sparkman Mlxon. Mra "nd..rhlll.
Pavll E. D. Hullvaii Aden
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Sparktnan A.Io1p.km.n. Ion Mirsh H. II Berknni, Rachel MaryA Hancock, H. H.
Pavli. Luther illlvun. Mn Lillian
M Rr' A. J. Janle
VlnetaThnmai novas Hoi,hie I.ntherPnrrance Martin Mnron an Berkmn Sullvan A. ... Hancock
FffleThomaa Mra Lola O. OMckeri Hancock Robert
Clvde U. Morgan \ .nn.
Robertl'pthcgrove
thegrove.
Ruth Mlxon M. E. OR. Hancock, Koialle\
Tbonuia J. N. Drawdy. Della Ming Ralph D. Von Rrllnt. W. S. Fllsn Annl'pthegrove Harrington. K. C.
Pavll. ML. ,,'. N'eaaey Rachel Clark
Hancock
Thomai Mre.
Falter Mm' fl.1pb1D.Mitchell Brtmt
Ming Van
EBoromol
Davis. Mra' M. ptbegrove IIbert
Thomai, FloydThompson Jennie "'. n. Howell Louis
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Lorena Ol Mra Allen Mra \\'. B. ptbegrove. W. R Huliey. Harry 'W.
Pavli. 111... E. D. Markham, ,.. ,. pthegrove. Ur..lb.1fpb"lI'rove.
Thomas, W. J.TbomBl. IDrawdT. Mr 0 linenr..dy. Mirtln Mra. 1Irorlo1I1..e..rv. Wl1oon. E. J. Otis Hulaey Neva
MatbewThompion : Ilowarl e. ... It. B. W.lk..r. Ranter'Meat. Harrla. D. J.
Nellie Mae preeie. .Lewis 11. Reserve.Ira.. R. B. ;T. Rnlff ptbegrove phegrove.. OordonVIII.on. agoelliia Iteatba Hardy M P.
Thompion Milton Jesse Ming F J. \\ J, O. Ida Howard Roy H
Davis,
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Thomas, Beedle Mae lonn J. A. Howard: Willie
Pavll. H RpavU .. Ming Mm \T'hidden \'Inaon J. WUllaiuK .
Thomas. Hilda .. Helen leonHarle Hancock H. M
Nathaniel Ming. )1. WhtldenV1lllnmi. \\ Julia 3.
Thomai tulle Llledge H. Ltvana :Ming, PercyMr'nrty \ Ward W. Paldroti Hancock Ada
Walker Emma Edna Jane C. Ualdron Fate Moe \\' Mri Ethel Harvey. Jack J
Milker. W. F. Hedge, Mra Enolu 011IEv.n. McMultln. Julio \\ nlker. W, HYUiHlen Wood. K A Harvey Mre" Jewell
Walker. Wade L. K. W11J..n.\ Dean
.. H C. Meleod I.. Wood. LeeWII".n.ou. Harbougb.
'Aalker Mra Wade L. Evans, Cuma McCain C. CMcCain Wea Mri J. RMlinn M, HelenaMlliimun Hampton, 111,.. LlllleHulaey
latch. Rose DorothyMcItullen. Teiale O Kenneth
Fvana Joaepb C \ \ rank
Hklna: \V MUlla Kenneh W.'kpr. Neva Yot.... Paul A. Hamrlck R. E. Jr.
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Precinct No.
B iphleMcPougnll John F:. Hunt Mm" P. L.
E. "r..Lauwhlln. Wblltll'n I \itee. Mamie E.Tate. .
Arnold Harley Cecil /II .' O W. 1'1.' HMcPnngall Walker Kev Allen Homes. Mra Truth .
.. B. L.Preclsot,
Arnold I.orena Ruth C.IcKenxle. .
Franelaco. r:. S. Helen \\ alker. CuthhertWIlllnma Hunt P. J.
Arnold.. W E. rancicot Mra r linerFreeie F. A. Jr. FrnnkleM No. < Hunt J. CHare .
Rennet. Alice J. V. McPongald, D. B.six Charlea A. Amlngtou C. C. A. R.
Bonev. I.eoBoney Fletcher Mra Mabel T. H. Walker T. H fir. Allbrltton W. P. Harris' Mri D. J.
Mr.. Leo
A. Nix lavmne \\alton. Eva: Hardy. Walter
Ruth Fulf rd. R. Atulngton Gertrude
Mra. Annie
Camp. Fulford DorotheaFussel. North M. A. Wa'Ver Ben Beaver Mri. Ruth Hardy. Wlndell
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Camp, Orln LerovPurranre Leo Nix "'1''.. t.Illle MnPMormon. "' 11110. R. F Cne. bdgar Hunt D. J.

Chandler It. M .'I..lrb..r.1..* Vera John \nlnton F.: TT Curry. W. A. Hunt Mri Minnie
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H..n..on.. M J. Fulford MurrayFowler Norrln' 1.l.. \\'nlkernnrtro Curry Mn' Ruth Hawkins. John J.
Henderion 111,.. W'lima J. D. Norman Mra' Annie Woldrnn. Ethel Peueui T. O. Haiellef\ EmanueHnrden
H. G. Fowler JFulford >' Owena Ruth E. Wallrnn, C. CVhenton Deneni Mn Alma T, H.
Irwin. .)1/; Tbelrna Ow'ena. Thnmnn BOwena Mr. Nellie Den em. P. HIII..l\et.\ H. F.
ofton. .. MorrlaI Myrtle Finder. Conatancairlfria M,.. 01 lire BOl V'nlker. Vra. T nnta.' Denem, W. T Ilium MurwynHarrla
Llrrlr ( Minnie nnnnn. fhm non nttemon, Alfred llutto 111,.. Ellen J. H
Potter Lofton. J. WI '. tower. Mri Ronnie Olnmnn Mnrle W'".. V'a Rebecca F.: 1111'1.or.III'e C. Had,len. Mra Rosalie
'otter'. Alberta Fowli CareyOreenberger. rice. O .Tleme talker FllannWalrnn Holly KOBI E. Hud.len. w n.
Quartet Lum D. Leo .T.Ii TrtIppen Riitlile Tanenlker Llghmy R I. Hoffman Cnrl .
guarlea. Mra. Lum D. Gln..r. J. J. O. ITenrce .. ",... '.ol. Holly Mn Roil E. Haxelef III,.. Ins
Knulerion loltleKaulerioo Orlner Corlne Germ,le \\1lllnmi F ITWelker llgbtaey. Mra U. T. Hare A. R.
. A. F. (Oar Sue II. J'II II 111'11. R ITrewfcott F'nnkllnUlllama l.eltner B. F! Hare EuphenneHare
R.ul..o.lelOle Goodman. M F. P >clnPlntt Ed 1..ltner. Mra Heinle Mn Rena
itaulerion. llegonald Greenberger. MarlonGroover Stelln V'alker CluvtnnW 1..I..n. Mri Leila Hoffman Mra' Carl
Kaulerion Martha Margaret 1.rl".e. Mvrtee P adron. TI, IIIWlllnma Igbtiey. Durwood Hulney. W J.
11.111"1'.0' K. B. mater'. )1,.. oulae R. Pndgett Mnrvlencock Mra' Beatrice L..lten.r. A. C. larael Mri Helen
Raulenon. H B. Godwin. lottle ('. F. Mnfetnn Mm, K. nWnteraon I.eitener Jeiale Johns. Everett
Kuuleriiii II. V. Godwin O. D. Pencoik. Eva PennleW 1..llen..r. RelthaIlghtney JohnsonV. R.
Raulerion Mra" Blanche Gain. J. ROidwln "adll..lt. Mian Madeline 'nlker. Mra. Fd,ion M It. .Tohnion. Joanna
Smith. PtrlerKinllb Lawrence Pndgett RenlcePadoett 'Waiver Mm' OlidvaM Ightaey. Mra M R. Johns. Cleo
LollleU GrooverV C. B Klenrce heaton. r. Pallcer Igbney. Mra Berta John.. Mri' CleaTohnaon
ade. L. V.Prarlsat. Groover A. PGlbert :T. O. "rParker '. "' TT\lion ITnlker Llgbtiev. (lareme Malllne B
O. O. Pnvli Helen UnePadgitt "' 111.0. Toes Halls. C. W. Johnson. T. C.'
No. I Goodman. BertbaOotnir :Ill.> Mary ongrev. Helen Paul, Mri GumleHiutt Johns. O. A.
Addison. M Lewla Mra Ethel Pnulaon. TilluaMlhMm \A'onerevM PmilTohijnle Mra Cora Johns. A. It.
Addison. Mattie Coster.V.. o. Penrce. R F. 'titfordntford. Scott J. WRngleUry Johns. Mri. Henrietta
Arnold. Emma Gilbert. 11\,.. Mary Pearce ;T. O. Tr' \\' n K. G BHlrene Johns. Mn Martha
Arnold, OletaAl Going- Robert Pearce. Mm, MnttlePenrce WatfoII. ITllrv Glen Charlea \\ Johns. Mri Crery
.lerinan. F. 8. Godwin Mra Bella Mm Iiila Watford, Alto Trw Saunders. M. J. Johns. W n .
Alderman Lenle irons' Glbb ndiett. Mrs' Nellie Illlnmi Evelyn F. Stubbl L. W. Tnhna. Mri. J. W
Arrhenue. Susie Guest Myrtle' Mae Parker Mra. N. L. 1Pclhle. S. ? !Scott Mri Audrey Johna. ToaephTerrel
Arnold. AlfredAlderman Gramtllnir L. MGrlffla Plttmnn Mm' Mary R'llaon. . T,. Wall, <:. T. 111,.. LIme
Beanie Jay C. Padgett N 8 Vllllnmi Mlm 1'r..n.W.lb : Wall Mri C. T. Joiner. Teiale Mnaa
Alderman AthleonAliohrnok Godwin Pannle Pearce. Claude ,. Clnrn Bwnllnce oodham. J. B.
I ITones
Jnnee. Harold
Miss Mary lee Garner Holy P. Pearce' Mm. HennlePrebble Mra' M Pearce Walker Hewlett
A"I.rwan. Morale Garner. Kathrvon B. ;T. W. ".nl'nce. R O Walker Mollle RtanleyKing
Alderman. Ed Greenberger. Teddy JHolmea Prehble Vnrforl Mm Ala Jr' WIlliam., Lula RurhKlnr
Arthur r. O. A. Jr.AMerman. ('.....11 Proctor: firt'n.. A. \Mlla. lean It Kate
Mra D. O. .... LuclleHumphrey. 1'enrce. MyrtlePoole. wtl.in. Mirvln tee Preclnet N.. TAlbrlttou. King Wl. J.
Alderman Atlaa .. Mra Dora V. J. Willi.. Verne Loulie King Rn..1 1
AUobrook J. Edward Hunt Blanche A. Pearce Iu enaPmentt \\l1non. Fred Abney, }. A King W. B.
Alderman. R. E. Hood K. E. Chrlatlne W1000fr.l' Carrie" Abney. Bosnia Kohl Fred _
Alderman IreneAmerine lion LuplndaH Pearce. Karl: VhlMen, M T. Anderinu W. B. King Willie
Mra A. H. ,>ward. Ruth Pearce. Benory Lee Wadford. W'. R. Atkinson J. B. Klnard Lun
Amerlne A. H. Hunt E. H Pearce' Foriet FPhlllpa White. J. C, Anderson L. lilchard Klnarl F. B .
Abn..,. B. P. Harden W. H. JII,.. Bernice B'hte. llr. J. (', Alderman. MartbaAlilerraau King. Mra WhiteKing
Arnold Willie tllgbtower J. L. Pearce Inle Wnford. flowing R. J. T. Mrs. Myrtle
Arnold 1If,.. WIllie Harden Mra' W, H. Penrce eland C. Wnrceater. Hurnll Pwor Bevllle, Brett Evelyn King. Horace JT .
Abney. )1,.. Nora Harden. J. F. Padgett. H R. wl\.on. ;lease n. Belk Pelman .owe, Jeam
Iterka Albert Hall \\'. K. Padgett MvlanPreaeott .. .. 'ra. FthelynWhle : Blum B. B. J.olltb.n. J. F.
Bibb Dr. C. R. Harden )I... Carey .:Toe M F Barber J. L. t.OWII. LlllleI.eathermnn
IInrl\..... L. O. Hancock Mra Ulailva Plnnon. FlUabeth White: Mrn M. E. Barber. Mamie Nora B.
Brown H Dt Hancock Annie Mae Pinion 'T1 ,M Wetford. Fo,1 ? Brett 3 W J.lnkbort. Matte T.on
Brown Carrie Hall Ferrel Pearce M,.. JQ O. Tr MatfoH Mm' Myrtle Blum NellieHoromel Tonthan Mri Melha
Berka Olga Harmon Lille Ann inrlen. Clifford Watford PerltaWhite Olno lanler Mre. GeorglsLanlee -
Bo wep. Troy L. Hood Mra. Lucy Kalfinlder S. RQuaree R. C, Wanton CoraBailey Ira
Bowen Ola Hick.. W. P. Mri (Cllffor 'Veldrnn S. C J. B' Tee. W It
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Brown, E. FBonglavannle. Henderson Mra. ClarlneHlcka Rnblnaon R. ..J.ROlfe Wallrnn.ira.: I : : H.. l.Watford Hail, Henry T. 9r. Tlghaejr. Gertrude I...

Joiepple Mra Mlnne ,.. J. CRogem Tt C. Brae.. Arbor W. Jr lewla. Clare .- '
Bachand Nora Hunter R. T. J. RRngera Watford Dtra.' IrenaWalker Revile L. J. Laws. One \
Royette Mrs. lentil llancoik Martin L. MittleHholen Mrn' FvvlenWatford : Berllle Mn. Ida letener. Oacar
B iwden. Mra Haael Hunter Oeo, I.. J. R Salter R. Brantley. Viola letener, )Ire. Mae
Bond Ralph Huti.HI. Mra' Alma Ranlemon M BRaulerion Wolff J. O. BrYatel '. lira nt liy. Leroy' Lowe Merle
floyette. B. E. Harden C. E. T. J. Tnhn Boromel Nina I.owe J. R.
Heaucnamp 111... C. R Hunter :r..... ttlgihee. T.. W Yatea Beanie' .,. Mra EffleBine Low.. Mri J. R
Bowen C. OBrtacoe Harden Iota Ttlgibee Mm' .' L. W. Votes. Mri Florence 11'ra. Calla IghtieT' T.anna
H. L. Harden J. H .'.. Mn. J. C Votes. W. M Braai. Mre' Shirley f.lgbtse.. 'isreneeI.iebtner
Bobber M,.. LulaRrlsco. Harden W. H. ..Jr.flldell. Raulerion FloaaleTtutlede Yatea J N. Blum, Ruth / Mri. Bertba
.. M,.. O. I* R. A. *. Cnrtla Votes. Jim IYatea .. itoromel, J iiephlneBoromel Lee. Orln D
Barrow Mlaa Louise Harden Mra. J. D. Ranlerion MerldnRauleraon Animus Vincent lee. Mra. Orin D.
Burdeahaw. Mra CorlnaHalley. Hunter Mra Laura Mri OialaItldge Yearwood M.. Horomel Dorlna Lamb, Blanch
L. B. Harmon, /. FHudion Btrnlcellaukrion 7nnder. F. W, JrZinkr '. Bun, Murgart J (Continued on Pt
Baaa. Roaooe J. P. Mn Peer FrankV Jr. 1)I



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'. FRIDAY OCTOBER'tS IM THE OKEECHOBEE!: NEWS :- '-

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QUALIFIED VOTERS \Vumark R. ,M.Pr"'nrt Hen dry, Wi 3.Hendry. 'I I'I or ' : NOTICE: ;
hope T.. I "
No. ft Illllnrd. C. W. In compliance with Section mUll ,.

Al'en, Robert A, Hlllnrd, Amy Florida Htatutea of 1941. notice In
. (Continued from Page Four) Allen Irene E. HI'iTd, LeaterHllderbrandt : Announcing hereby given that the County ('me mmissloners -.
of Okercholwc County, Kloeliln -
> l.aml Archie Jr. ; Joseph _
Leatherman, GeraldMohley 'AtlillHon, L. I.. Harden, <'. D. at a meeting beld -Wednesday,
I.. M. Aldl.onfr... I.. L. Harden, Mra. Enlenor the October 16tb. llMtl, for the purpoae of ,
Mobley, Mildred Jtinrker, .lu'lnn Howell W R. exHinlnliiff revising the reelitraIon -
S. Moore, W. A. llri'wer. Mra, Knnani Unwell. Mra. W. R. k."I of Okeocbobee County, 1/
Moore, LlllleMcaler Ru+ul, J. 11". Jemklna, C. F. OPENING' l-'lorlilii, erased thvrnfriiiu the name
Mra. W. C. "ul. Mr. 'Mary P. Jenklna. Mr. C. 10'. : of all such aa have died .01"' removed
Martin. l>. E. Ml George Link, I.HOT Ethel: from the County, or who are other-
Wlnlr. Lannle wiNe! to vote an follow,
Mack. Robert link R. E. dlmiuullfUd'
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Mack. Mra. Helen I'i"In., Carrie Lamb, Italy: : of the to-wit
Moore Mrs Lenora Poker Annie Lou Lamb, Maurtcei
.. 'l.1, Minerve. E. M. H'nlr.: Eilinoml Lamb Palmer 1'rwlnrt No. I
rei. Mina E. J. R'tller.. W, J. Lanib llattle : SOUTHLAND HOTEL GRILL Mr. Ruby K nMra.
Mi.aerve, !Mri. B. M. Hiitler, Pearl hellion R. L. Ruby Boss
May, A. T. "rnwn. EateMn Mlxon. Mra. R. L. Mr. Fraud UalgneauMr
May, Mri. A. T. Bowen, A. N. McCartbv.. D. Prancli Uulgneau
Ming, hire lona ; Bnwen. Mr*. Ail N. M N..Ifr... Carrie Jefferson UulgnuauX
Manning, Mr. Ella nrnwnlnir. J. :. McCarthy. :Mra. Cella : NOV. 1 Merle ItalgnvuuPrcclhft
Morgan 1. L. Brvnnt. Willie Mae McNeil Mr.. Loulae P.
Morgan Mn. Minnie tirrant. Eugene, Jr. McMullen. Mr*. I. N.* No. 4 :
Morgan Mr. Ruth Butler. Eddie McMullen. I. N. Paul Burdeahiw
Morgan, Kirby Hnrge' R. A. I Norman Corbett Roscoe Ban I
Markham. Christine RoromBllr".al\ Mri. R. A. Norman, Effli Mrs Roscoe Can > 4
Maion, ,rrli, <"o'ev, Robertr'nnliT Parish Jo ;
Mason, Earnest Louise Potter, James L. : GOOD FOOD COURTEOUS SERVICE Precinct No. 1Mri. ':
McUllllan, I. Tarter, A. D, Potter, Mri. IiabillRiglitir L. M. Rtulirion !r. '
MoClrtfr, l'r.. ('nlll.", Jeihuarhandler I. W, and that the County CommUiloneri of
o if. Frank 3t. Rigliter\ Mri. I. A, .. Okeechobee County, Florida, will meet
: IDOl, C chandler Fnia Ruth Riulirioa, H, B, : HOME, MADE PIES on Saturday, October 26, 1846, at 10o'clock
Mclaughlin, Mildred farter, :J. R.r, Ratilenon, Mr, Annie t/.. M. at the Court Souse In
McLiughln, )Ira. lull E. Conrad L. L. Ranleron, H. V.Raulerson tbe of Okiechobe, Florida, for
McLaughlin H B.McMlllln. ('"nrld.frl.. L. L. Mr*. Blanch the purpose of restoring to the laid

'. : Mri. Martha C. /" "nrad.fra.. Ella': Smith H. T, : \ ________ _____ ___ __ __ _. registration book any of the above
McLaughlln, J. E. Conrad Harold Smith Leeflle"ert u h name which have been wrongfully or .
'. McLanirhlln, Mra. 3. E. ('"Un., J. C. N. O. ... erroneously erased or stricken ott,
McLaugblln, Betty C'nrk. Oeo.raneri. Stewert, Mri. Lillian : We Cater to provided such person shall make. ..ucbta.t
O. Stewert. Oliver appear to the latUfactlon of the
McLinghltn, Mary
Pnlhreth. Gilbert / said Board of County CommUalouer
Simmons, P. A.
A. R.
Nil Nix Robert N. Tulhreth. Leona Slmmona: T.: J. : Luncheons .. Dinners .. Banquets on or before said date
Parklnaon. C. H. Coker. {V. P.Toker Slmmona, Mra. Onc'tiu C. E. DRAWDY, ,
A. Mra. Zora Shaw, Henry Chairman Board of County Commissioners l
Pnrtln. S. ,
Preacott. Helen (,,I'InR, heirs Frances Stain' Vernon E. ,, - - Ok..cbobee County Florida.
Collins C. J. ATTEST
Thomas Harris
Paten Preacott M.C.E.E, Dixon, Tom Tbo lftl. J. D.Thotna. : '. MABEL, I'. HAULEKSON Clerk.
Pullnm R. F. Dunn Mri. H. M*,> .. RoaadeThompion. (SEAL)

Pullem.Pearce. I.orena Mr. R. F. \'Jor.p.. CharlieOnoley. Paul Tho lo.. Hugh, Ml* D.Vanlllo. Emma. Lou :. MR. AND MRS. J. C. HIZLER NOTICE

Dixon, IneaKiipa
Powera Mri. Georgia .. David OKEECIIOBEB: COUNTY. FLORIDA
Andrew
Wlllnm\ C. M. l lSo
Mae
Plalr. Treacle -" October 14, 1U4U
Keenly, Charlie Wllllama, Mr C. M, J
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Mrs[ Rata HEREBY GIVES that
Page F'lli.I .T. 8. EtoI8 1
Watford. Alto Sr. 1
Pre cott, Dorethla Fits Vivian J. pursuant 1 9 ef Chapter1S2UQ.
Parkerxon. Mr*. .Beanie Pill. J. T.V Watfordfattlfl M. Laws of Florida Act of 1D37\
Proctor, T. A. >nn*. R. C. Wallace, Glancey O. known a* the MURPHY ACT. and In
J. WallorflIorJ..rv: It. of Chapter 20698, Laws of
Potter A. pursuance
I Isla Mr J. S.
:
Wallace Mr. Mary i'Mnrliln
Pearce 1\lra. Austin Arts of 1941, known aa theEVEItII.ADES.
ripmlnv, Jeanie
a Weekly Cbarlea M. .
Plckemg Mr. TburiaPotter. DRAINAGE DISTRICT
W. E. Krnnk. Annie Lee Wp"klyIra.: Jennie M. ACT, the following described
Austin (!riff' In. Johntllllete Zelmenovlt' Etta land, iltuated In Everglades Drainage
Pearce
Proctor Mra. IIf11drpdPorkp."n. R. n.nillete Zelinenovltx Nathan Platrlct. In Okeechobee County, Florida
Joseph P. Lflulaellnruravea. will be offered for sale at public
W. B. W. B. II.A ItO IIA"EB. outcry for the highest and belt cash
Lou
Rlffo,. Manrlee I'nrirraTea. Minnie M. bid. auhject to the right of the Tro.I. .-
Redding. C. N. "nrirravpa. I'. J. Supervisor of RpjrlMratlun.nkverhiibie Immediate Delivery ... of the Internal Improvement
R.>xfnnl., T.. fl. i inmrick. R. R. Sr. County, Florida into end of the Board of Commlaaloiiera -
Ri'ddng. Roaa n1rl.k. hire. It. F. Sr.lUimrlck of Everglade Drainage DlaIrlrt .
Itmaell. W. H.Ranleraon Jean llnrveylliiinrlck. / to reject any end all bids, at the
Mabel Pnvlil, 1). NOTICE (VilrWioUHC. beginning at 10:00
Rutle.lge. W J. Hi-nilerann. BirnlceIlilinni. wth Chapter 00.0.1, o'clock A. M. on the 1Mb' day of No-
In compliance
I Rlltedgn.' W.Rena C.nutl..hle. Loiilae Florida. Statute of 1041. the following 30-Gal. Automatic Water Heaters Oil VIM her, 111 111. A* to all pareeli of land
I In Homer of ten
yen. lnti'il acre or more, title to one bait
Clerks' noel) IeeaperteerI were rii|
111111..'..*. Catherine I In yen, Inca of petroleum and three-fonrth. of
R ieons'iI. Oliveltlchanl Moiiph. Nell "S.Hoiiirh f"r pnch election dlKtrlct In,, Okeechoee Battery and Electric Radios other mineral will be reserved by
Elcellon
1 i" I ia W. R. dimity for the General
Trustees
on, Mr Kmnrea of the Internal Improvement
Bertha E.Raiford. :. I" he held! November (I. 104(1.Precinct (. I Kami. Easements for
Itlcharrtaon "nyea. J. lteIyes I. 50lb. Ice Boxes road right of
Verna Mra. J. M. 1 wiv 200 feet wide will be reserved by
Rimi. W.T.RobIIlROO. Hawk, Mr*. Roan Lee 111111. Clerk inlil Trnitee from any parcel through
E. M. llnwk C. J. W.1'. Aildlaon, In.iicctor Pedestal & Floor Electric Fans which there li an existing state road ;
Robert. O. K.: Jr. Hunt. O. L. \ .... J. II. Trlpp and enscment for drainage and
M. Lee J. H. Parker reclamation and for road
Runs Zell. Heater purposes
RII... MargaretRoe Henilry. Womack Gloria 4. K. Lee. Deputy SheriffPrecinct Tricycles Power Lawn MowersHumphries will be reserved by the Board of

J. M. Sr. Henilerann, M. J. < Cnmmtatlonen of Everglades Drainage
Roe. Mr. J. M. !9t. 1I l1deraon, Mr. WllmaHnnrork. Albert Lofton. Cerk District
Rudd.' W. T. \ C. C. Ague Prescotthlorgnret T>eerlptlonLota
Rudd. Mr*. Entella llnnrock. Bra. Francea Chandler S and 9, Block 12 Wrlgbfa
Ralfnrd. E.tellaRalford lllllard. Earnest Lorlne Thompson Tire lot Addition
Eugene Illllnrd Hattie Lee Edgar Thomas IIh.rltfrr..1 Lot 1 to 12 Inc., Block RO, City ofOkcechobee 1
Raiilerion, C. V. llnwk:, Henry J. net S *
R.iuleron, Mr*. C. V. Jonca, Sam Arthur Ranleraon Clerk TRUSTEES OP THE INTERNAL : .
Riiulemon, Charle L. J"P1. EttaJiirkaon Lollle Smith. Inspector & Appliance Co. IMPROVEMENT FUND
Myrtle Loften OF THE STATE
Ralfnrd., Earl W. iRanlernon Luernna.Tnrkinn. OF FLORIDA. -
: Claire \ MelvinJohnson R. M. DiirranceW. .
RoblnRoo. L. B. Robert E. Arnold Precinct D. S.4 Corner Orange Ave. & 4th St. BOARD OF EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONERS DRAIN.:
Rolford. BaWl Mr*. Mary Kelly, Mr*. J. G. AOB DISTRICT '
Robin. Henry Pearl "-, Kelly J. O. Marlon Martin. Clerk lly MABEL P. RAULERSON
Agent
Mra. Stella Campbell Inspee'tesrMrs. FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
E. M. Lowe, John .
Roger for Trustees of the internal e
WllaonLarue
E. J.
Roger Mr* E. Lawaon Mae \ Improvement Fund and
ipr'H: .
ChandlerJim
.. Robinson; ba Lawson W. A. for Board of Commlnlonerief
8.Precinct.
D.Ruolernon. Lowry. J. A. Jordan. D.
Bobbin p Everglade' Drainage I Dla.
r.ln. lira. :J. A. ..';. S .'
. :' Lowry. trlct. Oieechobe* 'e County, .
' Ryl'a oberts. Jewell Mlneban J. R. Nat Stratton Clerk: y Fiord.i '...
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..n .1'f (" 'VRntberfoid.. Matrha *d'' t"'t :Mlnehan J. R. Jr. wMlneh.n . fGreatbel TJpthegrove
Robln''D.Lol.. Ruth A. .' N.oml Alien
) .. '. Rhoden. Llllle \Mae! Mlnehan, Sarah A. ;. Rual Nix -
8.Precinct. -
Dad Foster D. -
N Rhoden. George Moore Frank
Roberta. O. K. Sri Mobley, Natblle I
R"... W. T. Iab\e\ ,. M. L. J. W. Scott Clerk
Sloan. S. T. May. Frank: Mri. Bob LlghtaeyMr
Spencer. Katherine Iohle,. Cecil Cora Scott
Snencer. Jack: Mobley. Mra. Gladys Mn. Hewlltt Walker
Hewlltt Walker.: D. S.
Wllfrd F. Mobleit\ F. M.Mobley
Sloan i


Stevena.Stewert.Stewert.Stewert Sloan Thllmore Arliona Eater Anna Lawrence L. McCranle.Mr'ranlpfatUe Mi'Cartby McFaahlon. 1\lra.,J.D.Arthur H.F.B. M.Lee W.Wlllla Walter Ado H.Hancock Johnson Gray Russell Blum Precinct, Clerk Inspector D.: T S. rBarney 20TH CENTURY GOSPEL TENTLocated I


Stanley. Paulette McCarthy. Daniel M.
Precinct S

Stanley"Stanley, John Oereldlne R. Nipper McCarthy.Norrl.Kathleen W.Lawrence D. Coker Addison Clerk, Inspector on Stello Lots on South Park Street

Newklrk. Henry R.
Smith "Sylvester
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Hawk
rl C. J.
H. H.
Diiteen
Katie
Smith,
Smith F. C. l'ltt.f.. C. R. C. Evans ALL WELCOME
Deulah Ed Rauleraon. D. 8.Precinct COME GET ACQUAINTED
.. Slocum, Ward Mra. Edna Pitts. 8
,: Sunday, L. E. Platt. JinlePlntt. Phil T. Caon. Clerk:
Sunday Lucille J. C.
I. N. McMullen -
Stewert. Teeter Platt, Juanlta oo"wI"oI'J
Albert Boettger
Stanley J.. R. Jr. Patge. S. C. Charlie D. HardenC.
Slngletary R. H. Paige, Kate
Slngletary. Lena Pace. J. O. E. DRAWDT. Chairman
Sommera. W. R. Paige, Jack: Board of County ConmilMlonen,
S Sommera. M. C. Pearaon James Okeechobee County. Florida BIBLE PROPHECY SPEAKS TODAY
!Snell. Gladys L. Phelps Nora A. Attest I Mabel P. Rauleraon. Clerk
:. Stone, Mra. Clyde Padgett R. E. Sr.
Smith J. B. Padgett. Mr*. EarneitlneRaulcnon. ,
Smith. Mri. F. C. : Eva
Strickland.: Louie Miuleraon, Edgar Notice of ElectionTo
Sloan. Mra. Lantle Rauleraon, Lola n byNicholas
Sheffield. Miss Frances Raiileraon. Lealle
Swain. Beatrice Rolle. Ida Cooley the Sheriff of OKEECHOBEE
Slmmona. Mr. Ester Rvali. Clara of the State of Florida !
!Sweatt. Geo. L. Roebuck. I.. A. CoBtr. Known. That I, R. A. GRAY, Wallace
Simmoo.IAleolm Roebuck, Elate.Relchert Secretary of State of the State of
Smith W. T. JohnRelrhert Florida, do hereby give\ notice that a
Sweatt. A. George lay.preacherOct.
Sweatt. \frs. A. llelchert. Henry
Story Harley llelohert. EUlob..tbnnlll.non. General Electionwill
.Story. Helen Connie W.
Stoke. n. I. Swain, S. M.
Trenory, O. 'R. Swnln. Mr*. Kate be held In OKEECHOBEE County.
Tomllnaon M. smith, Philip State of Florida, on Tueaday neat iucceedlng -
Tomllnaon, Willie B. _Simmon, LettleSltnpaon. the first Monday In November, 27, 946 Three Great Law-Breakers Walking
Tucker. Martha J. Henry A. D. 1946, the ald Tuesday being tbe
W. B.Tomllnion. Scott. FloraSandera
Tomllnaon.

Thomaa.: AlvaTomlinRon... Mlnehan Mrs Viola W IliaThnmaa. Smith Swindell James,, Elliot I. J.W, Fifth Day ofNovember Sun. Nite With Christ in the New

Lewis Swindell. WlllleSwindell. '
7 o'clock

Thompson Thomas. ,Mrs.MabelTaylor. LeolaThnmpaon. \\label I'alllllle Smith Slinpnon.Emma Garret Bertha R. I. Kingdom of God ,

Marie Hill. Harries
Harold Killi. Mr. Harris For Tnlted State Senator.
Teriehbach.
Mtaa Hallle L. Tvner, Emma A. For Representative of the IIIXTn

Thomas Thomaa Thomai.,, Carllle Carllle Mr. Fay Sr.Jr.B. Vlcker Thomaa.I'nderhlll.. T.Alberta Berry H. Congressional tbe Florida.United In States.For the District Eightieth. of the Congre State of of Tues. Nite The Jew In Bible ProphecyOct.

Thomas
of the Supreme
Two Justlcei
Jr. Vickers, June
H.
Walker Wllll. 'lIf r L. William William. W J. R.E. Court For of Two the Railroad State of Commissioners Florida. 29 Are the Jews God's Chosen People?

Walker.. Thelma Ward. Eddie 1.. of the State of Florida. Why the Jews destroyed in Europe?
Ward. J. H. William 7.. K. For State Senator for NONE:' (33)( are

Wood.Walker. W.C. W.H. William. Mr. Eva Mae "Senatorial' Dlatrlct of the State of Will they return and be restored? Hear this.
Va tea. J. C. Florida.
Wise Inca VA to., Bennte For ON!?: Member of the Hnnse of
Wlae. Howard of the State of Flor-
Joel L. Representatives
Walker Henry Lucille Y Yarn"tea. Pagle idFn.oe Thur. Nite Great in the HeavensOct.
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Walker Whldden. Mary Yale. Idello For Clerk Prosecuting of the Circuit Attorney Court., County Signs 'i

Wbldden Man Precinct No. t Ce'lIrt.
Womnck A.Gertrude N. Arnold V. 8. I For TWO County Comml.*loner*. 31 Earthquakes, wars, moon turned to blood. Whydo
Womack Arnold Belle District Two and Four ,
Walker Enlon Arnold. Katherine For TWO Member of the County they appear What is the meaning of it?

Wright Fay Arnold, Robert Board of Public Instruction DlHtrlcti '
Wrlgbt. E. R. Arnold. Mri. Robert One and Three Come and hear and see it illustrated on the ;

White, I* E. Burr, Mra. Alma For Justice of the Peace In and for v
White, Ea.leWatterson. Burr, F. F. the following Justice DI'lrlet.'Is: screen. Don't miss it.
R. '
J.
Berry, Walter None. ..
Whldden, J. E. Se Hoetger A. J. For Constable In and for the fallowIng '

Worth Walker Edith Calvin B. Boetger Bennet., Noah Mr. Rae Testimony Justice DI.trlet.11 Whereof. I: have None.In hereunto Fri. Nile Where Are the Dead? i''

Wright. Helen Culbreth. Lola L. let my band and affixed the
... Wynn, Minnie F.Wynn ( Phil Y. .... Great Seal of the State of Florida,

,, IKp P.Worth nethWhatlp Canon Carter Caaon, J.)fr.8.. Mabel at first Tallahassee day of September, the Capital A. thla D 1940.tbe Nov. 1 What are they doing? Are they conscious of

,. W.Mri.C. Ame Carter Polly Aon (Seal) our existence? Come and learn about this
,
Wllllama Cornellui. C. 8. R. A. GRAY
Whatley. Eva Pnncanaon, A. O.Cornellui. Secretary of State. important subject.
Wlllla, Don Mr. C. a.Paired. To HON. N. O. STEWART,
W.droD.Irs.. Minnie.Water.on David Sheriff OKEECHOBEB County
Pearl .. I
Frank E.Da'I. d
E. Plgg. : '" ""

I Wrlrbt.Whldden.t ,Curtis Ed O. Sr.L. Pavl:*.., J.Martha J. @lu ;Ne
Watford dtnbcc us
Ruble Davis r Annie Bible notebook
Watford. Mn.Pauline Davie. Horace Song Service 6:45: Bring pencil -

Wattenon. t Pavla, Mn. InelEad
Walker F.Mrs.II.Clara Vlnce | I Publl.hid Eriry Friday ky tfceOkeechobe

1 Worth Worth Mr. Matilda Eadle.Fulford Tommie C. A. NIWI Ce.e a, Oke* k..

rn.1ir.'M.t! ,.. Groover, J. C. bee, Ok eehob.. Couaty, Florida' e

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DEPARTMENTBUILDING 1
" OR161NA1IOMi/ IIAN ffaTllE '
f' IERTN TO WAfNINOTON tl? f? "
6 17,010 MILES ......
UOOR MATERIALS

I W ASN CONCRETE block and brick machinery
W ON :: sAN I-ANCItf1CO mfaaMVEEREe Phi//ipr BxB11hand molds, slat: make BOO block.
: j IRON a'y' lUMSUfORroINAI ; a day with on. mold. One bag mortar
rnlxere,
COUlL + / $125 LANTIIIEU MACHINE I
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WOa.... Winder Ga., Ph.. HO.
/ IIAIfED IIIONt TIM?
\ Why the Surprise Over
J 01SIANCs'CROM
FAR EASTERN REPORT- HIN NIOWAV !IColo SROe5N IERTN BUSINESS INVEST. OPPOR.

Here'i what members of the house # NEAR 1515 POINT 0743 MillS Horse Meat Sales? BEAUTY PARLOR-Priced for quick Bale

military affairs committee reported NAWAI) E11K0 In TallahaeieeFla., owner leaving
following wAKINILIPINES / # O In Newark, N. J., butchers insist Excellent location, Bualneia good, j'fqior
to General Eisenhower, write 0. L. Warmaek., Na.hrule. Oa. -
Inspection of that the sales of horse meat are up
their return from an
In the Far East. GUAM 60 to 75 per cent, and that, as a mat- MANUFACTURERS'. Agent desires addtDonal ....
our military bases lieuu of m.n', wom.n'. and ehll-
It. .. ter of fact, customers like it. clr.n' roody-toow..r. textiles and textile
';1 i' 1. Morale troops of our Is Far being East endangered occupational -- pQ a "There Is nothing bad about horse roduct.retall.rs for dl.trlbuUon In a.orIlHo. to Florida whole.al.rsand North

.tt meat," says one butcher. "It is just' and South C.rollna. Writ. BOX Z. 400
by the army's delay Insending Edward A... PUt.b.rsla 18. Pa
wives and families to EW GUINEA.___.+ EOuaroR.o a question of mind over matter"Boston
"
too, is eating horse meat. TARN BIO MONET taking orders forMa.terette"
'. officers and enlisted men. photo enlargement. Look
SOUTH No horse Is really safe In the present like genuine oil palntlnga. Waterproof. Intolora
2. Tbe army Is doing little to crisis with frame, You collect S3 deposit
mO e AMERIYCAt and keep It, plus weekly bonui We mall
set up facilities for the proper -'- e. o. d, to customers, Write Dept BFARMMACmNERT

housing of army wives and children t Elmer Twltchell declared today l'l.ur.DN:11c CETyUf.Oro.. N. ...

who want to join the / '. ... that horse meat Is not to be belittled -

troops. On Okinawa, for Instance Paciiic Ocean "I have had beefsteaks lately '& EQUIP.POWER .

surplus army stoves and that 1 In the
am quite sure were UNITS-Chryeler 01 hop C30complete
plumbing supplies-badly needed entries he said with clutch for Immed delivery; ..
PIRI AUSTRALIA racing once, QUALITY FARM SUPPLY COMPANT'
In quonset huts where army j _'_ John Deere Sale and SniTlee
11$ N.I... 81 SW SODSAtlanta
families will be housed-have j
O..rclYP"
for
'a w "The reason people go sow ,
been cold to the Chinese. NEW 1EMAND meat and not for horse meat is one _

S. Another demoralizing factor of sentiment and custom. If we INSTRUCTION

Is the shortage of cigarettes, gave names like Blue'Larkspur, Old ACCOUNTING-STUDY AT BOMB
fresh fruit and vegetables PLANE'S WORLD RECORD-BREAKING ROUTE . The broken line on the above map shows the route Rosebud Eternal and Blmelech to Office management Income tax C. p. A.

Eisenhower promised to look Into followed by the navy's "Truculent Turtle," a. Lockheed F2V Neptune on its world record non-stop flight cows folks would feel differently coaching' nationally under luperviilon recognized of schoolExaminatioa localC. '

these facts immediately. of 11.233 miles from Perth, Australia to Columbus Oblo. The plane took 85 hours and 17 minutes for toward beef," continued Elmer. P. A'e Approved for GI training.
For free booklet write or call
Congressmen reported that an estimated the trip, landing al the Ohio airport excellent condition. It carried s. crew of four and a nine-month-old -.- HR. GOFOKTH Boil Florida Thiatreaidt

350 Jap soldiers are still kangaroo. Tbe loUd line above Indicates part of the proposed route, from which the plane veered at Mid "Why do people shudder at the .. ..........111.. Fin. _

at large on the Island of Okinawa way Island.HORSES mention of a tenderloin of horse
REAL ESTATE-HOUSES
living a Robinson Crusoe existencein and thrill to it from cattle? Be-

the hills. American authorities cause no general was ever photo IP bath YOU, COULD BUILD FIVE ROOM around
borne with two porches for
are not seriously troubled. . A graphed coming home from the SI.000 using BO* len critical building

lone Jap fugitive was picked up a u-- wars on the back of a cowl Because M materials for our. would Reference you be Source interested List Send

couple of months ago on Saipan, after Black Beauty Wasn't a bovine! Be- BLANKS. _
.
Woedrldce U Waehlngtoa. D. C.
having been at large for over a cause the poets, authors and movie

year. When asked where he had writers get romantic over horses

been getting water on the very dry but never over heifers. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

portion of the Island to which he had -.-

been confined, the Nip replied that "The whole history of meat as a

he had gone at night to a large houseIn food might have been different If

an isolated sector drinking; from Washington had ever ridden a cow

the tap and filling his canteen. The < or U Ben-Hur had driven a team'.

home was that of the American of longhorns"

commander -.FF 0a -'- SCOLDS STRIKEMany
"Suppose the 'Charge of the Light
The returned congressmenare
) modern mothers are Changing -
Brigade had been an epic of the
worried that lower ranking from old-fashioned remedies to I
commissioned officers are "tak cow country Instead of cavalry clean whitesdeDtitlcallymedicatedPENETRDfi
mounts? What If Napoleon's cow
ing the Japs to their hearts.. a
Congressmen fear that many tJ had been stuffed and put In a museum {\ RUB
'.oseC Instead of his horse?"
occupation officers have forgotten e
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that the Jape were our enemies -
"
"Have you eaten many horses?
only a year ago. Japs we asked.

the congressmen say, have not "I'm afraid so," he replied. "In
their dead but some
forgotten fact, I haven't had a steak in
of have forgotten the
our men
months that didn't strike me as
Americans who, died battling
once having had a saddle on It.
these same Japs. Only last night the waiter pointedto
One of MacArthur's difficulties is
a ,club steak on the menu and
the great shortage of Jap-American 1 when I asked if It was good he
Interpreters. Result: In Japanese
started to HANDICAP ITI".
towns without any Interpreter reports e e e
conditions written by Jap
on ,
BACK HOME STUFFWell
authorities, are sent to U. S. head
/j .. ... '"
quarters as official reports. '.. ;,.,..., t ,\,,,,.;, ;ye ed has realized a lifelong
Plans recruit SO.000 Filipinosfor
to
,' ;yen one dating from boyhood:
our army have fallen through ; r: q L to get inside the Nathaniel Kendall to CALOX

_, because of lack of money The present mansion err the Heights beyond Fair change ..

goal Is 39,000, with the trainingnow ARE'BER PLAYMATES . Most four-year-olds are content to "Pla'i house" with their dolls and Haven. . Nate Kendall was one for the Ionic ect

under way. toys but not Shirley Adams. She Is happiest when she can drive the horses about the farm of Andy Walker of the richest men in the community e

Worst areas In the Pacific for Noltlnj-n Hill Australia, where she Is staying. Here Shirley drives two draft horses so that they can bl a brewery and traction on your smile

troop morale are Korea and the hitched to the plow for the day's work. A real farmer's daughter, the tiny tot loves horses and Is not In tb mogul and looked the part, huge,
is the center of Effiflfnl C.nlnx_rlt.toM traytt
Aleutians. Korea least frightened by them. commanding and autocratic. . ,
political intrigue and, because It Is His castle a massive place of 1 Helps remove film...bring out

at the end of the supply lines, the red granite stood on a high hill all smile the natural luitx of your
food served our troops is hardly bet
ns from what then was a view of 40 2 A pedal Ingredient la Calox
ter than field rations. In the bare,
miles down Island sound. ..
Long . encourage mular massage
treeless Aleutians, the big wish of As a kid we used to gaze in awe which h.s a tonic:effect on gums
U. S. troops is for a 12-month rotation as the Kendalls drove out of the ...helpi mike them firm and
Tone ....wich
rosy. Dp rout sm
system. They now are sent on
broad driveway behind a span of Cabal
a two-year hitch with scant chanceto ( rrW horses. . But '
nobody not even MJ to AMMM McKauu WorM rl ,
get back to the comparative gay b playfully brash kids crashed the lit ,... 1/ Ob '-MllulbMI

ety of Alaska. Kendall grounds seemed
. . They
part of a baronial fortress.
STALIN'S WAR OF NERVES _'-

Most Interesting fact about Sta Last week you could have frog QUICK RELICT

tin's recent widely broadcast and knocked us over with a zither when !

widely.hailed-as-conciliatory state we saw a huge electric sign "The CAR BOIL -

ments to a London newsman is the E Castle" over the mansion. The
date The date was September 24 If M "Kendall Place" is now a restaurant A TSeethiag S A LV E

For on exactly the same day Sta. and a pretty unusual one. . Used ky thounndt with satisfactory rwulte
tin was telling the world that there We made for it at top speed and for 40 yeire-el* vtluiblo Ingredl-

was no danger of another war he at last motored up the curved drive- .Cute,udock.N.al Get Carboll Co,at NaihUle.drug .T.nn7"SruffacMJp"Nose

was sending a note to Turkey which way, ordered "Boy; put this car

sang another.tune. up!" roamed the broad verandas

The note to Turkey was not made and had a fine dinner where our >,Hiadach.T

public until four days later Thus earliest idea of a millionaire once
Stalin publicly put fears to rest slept. \ldue to. 1 ":

while simultaneously warning Turkey . ; OLO'S" : .

f that she must yield to Russia I.C .
ZONE OF BLAH 0 , \\
the Dardanelles and that she
on . MtMUTtOHttarti
OLD
liHtl el if.
your ,
must permit Russian troops on I Quiet Zone My Eyel I In I lecendt tK**** UIUIJ' er UQUtCoutleni

Turkish soil. If not, the implied The football season's here again Toke only .. dlrxlfd
threat was war. Now all the runts and punts

Thus despite Stalin's attemptto IIESS AND GOERING HEAR THEIR FATE . Hermann Goering, Will be described by radio

woo the world, his alms re- left, as he heard sentence, of death by hanging, and Rudolph Hess, And all I fear, at oncel! Here's One Of The Greatest

main exactly the same. Fur- who received life sentence at the recently completed Nuernbergwar
. .
thermore they remain exactly crime trials. Twelve Nazi war leaders were sentenced be 8&00D.IROITONICS

the same as those of the czars hanged, three were acquitted and seven received Jail sentences HARRIMAN IN NEW CABINET A FAIR TRADE

before him. Finally they remain ranging as in case of Hess to life Imprisonment. All defendants who POST . H. Averell Harriman "Will swap butternuts In shells

today with his allies, ex- were sentenced to banging Immediately filed notice of appeal. Those shown as he arrived at New York hand printing press, 14 volumes Bur:

actly the same as with his old sentenced to hang were Goering Joachim von Ribbentrop, Field by air, to take over the post of American law console dining set

sparring partner, Hitler. Marshal Gen. VVUhelm Keltel Ernst Kalternbrunner, Dr. Alfred secretary of commerce. Harri- sun lamp for typewriter field If you lack BLOOD-IRON!

For, in 1940, when Russia and Rosenberg Hans Frank Wilhelm Frlck Julius Stretcher, Frits man was former ambassador to glasses, camera, braid rug, motor, You girls and women who suffer M,
from simple anemia that you re pale
Germany t were under a nonaggression Sauckel, Col. Gen. Alfred Jodl and Arthur Seyss-Inqnart. Great Britain and Bussla. canoe, twin beds. S 90." Yankee weak dragged out'-thla may be due
the same Molotov magazine. to lack of blood-Iron 60 try Lydia BPlnkham .
pact now
'. TABLETS-on* of the ben
dickering Paris went to Berlin to - borne ways to build up red blood toWNU
dicker with Ribbentrop for terms The law Is an overcrowded pro I.t more.t.oltb-In such owes. Plnlr.
fession. t.m'. Tablets are one of the greaweskwd
under which Russia would come into rEL31F ,.e e e : .tran toDica you caD buy!
the war against England The
"I will not be responsible for any
terms Molotov wanted were the Dar.
debts unless contracted by anyone -7 42-4f!
,Out
danelles Iran, Iraq the Balkans
but myself. Joseph Lippe 122 40th
,
and the mouth of,the Red sea Hitler .
I wouldn't give these terms, and street Irvington.-e Newark News When Your
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Russia finally was forced into the Fair
enough.
I war on the side of the Allies, not e e Back HurtsAnd -
I
r against them. A rodeo Is now on in New York .
Now that the war Is over, Stalin Your Strength and
where it is a big bit due to the fact
I and Molotov are right back where that people who ride on city buses, Energy Is Below Pun

they were In 1940-trying to get the Dock to it to see the westerners ride may be eaneed by disorder of UdV.er .
Dardanelles and other long.range a functloa that permit polaoneu
In comfort., sate to eeeamulata. For truly many.
Russian objectives. a as people feel tired, weak and mlaerable\
"has the Iddo.,. fall to remove trtnialaelda /
,
STALIN TELLS ALL i and ether wants matter" from the
CAPITAL CHAFFUndersecretary Another wart How IlIIylSucb blood.Yen.
of State Dear. Bay suffer ..nlo, batkaeoe.rhaumatlo .'
gossip I would kill; pelne. headaches, clJaalo_
Acheson picked an ideal time for I GromykoTo pttia night., i.g pa1.., swelling.bom.dm.
merely use : :
fr.queae and arlwnos
.aunty
his I vacation the moment of the demonstrate good will with smarting and burning Ia ....
Wallace-Byrnes feud He was the atau dIN tb..lOm.tblD.le........ with
t the kldneye or bladder.There .
happiest man In the administration Another conflagration should be no doubt that prompt
Sighed treatment le wleer than ...1_ [Toe
I to have missed the fight . .
Who such
spreads
rumor sharp Coon. pith. It le better to rely ea a
t Mildred Eaton one of Wallace's secretaries CHAMPION PIE EATER -. Aa My Molotov Is In thereTo medicine that bas won countrywide ep>
when Informed her boss his reward for winning the pump. than 0.methlef leei ImrorablyDoe
demonstrate a harp. wows. .'.hare.been tried... teeeed -
had resigned, "We haven't got kin pie eating contest, held at many 7...... Are al all drag atone

through unpacking from our last GREEK LAURELS FOB SWIFT SWEDES . Mme. Theodorldls the Pumpkin festival Eureka Ill will hatched op In Moscow Get DoGII today. _

i' move yet.; . Mrs. Truman refused of Greece Is shown as she presented' scrolls and laurels to members 111., Kenneth Bemmert, 13, is pre- Against the sister ..weret

to use a White House car of the Swedish team that set a new world' record for the 800-meter sented with a 30-Inch pumpkin pie Absurd We're concentrating DOANSPlLLS

while vacationing In Missouri driving event during the track meet at Stockholm stadium for the benefit by' Floyd Sherry left, and Ray' On playing "Hearts and Flowers.

her own car In Indeoendence. ef Greek children. McCIond. ..

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THE STORY THUS FAR ed to rob them of what few possessions "Then why'd you save my life?' oJth HAROLD L. Y iSJ'Chlc.ao.Released D. D.: Double file pleasure of
Dick Jordan, survivor of a steamer they had carried away'from Tucu had me." I Moody Bible '

bound from Sooth America to the United the steamer and when they objectedthe "Yes, but I had to get Tucu," by, Western Newspaper Union. walking. Ask for soar

Notes of\a Newspaper Man States, comet upon a drifting ..eboon.er. Inevitable conflict had been- pre Dick replied. "I wanted to settle
Only others aboard are the demented
well Heels
Churchill and A..', Seo'y of State captain, and his daughter, Re.. cipitated. an old score with him. I guess Lesson for October 27 as as

Berle thrashed out a lot of problems A crew of pirates under Tncu attack "He had a crazy Idea we knew that was it" by

at 10 Downing street duringthe the vessel, but after a fralU.n'starch something about smuggled jewels "And leave the score with me Lesson eubjeota and Scripture texts ...

war Berle protested Churchill's for treasure they leave became a storm that he said were aboard the steamer open?" smiled Hen. Then frowning icted and of Religious copyrighted Education by Internatloiwilouncll u.rd byPAUL'S O'Sullivan

support of only one Yugoslav partyTito's U brewing, Captain Bedford recovers ."- Hen Pettlgrew explained lat. he added: "Jordan you got me eermi.slon
and they tall the schooner to an !.. "Don't know he got the guessing at times. You're a con-
where
( ). , Finally Churchill said: land. er. ,
There Dick discovers that Tucu WIDENING'FIELD
OF
have dreamt it." in character-weak and
"Cahn't idea. Must tradjction
permit old one
:you an man
and hit crew are on the other side bat-
romahnce?" Un| a group of white men. Dick secures "No," replied Dick, smiling. "I strong, simple or foolish and : SERVICE

"Sure," said the American, "but some automatics at the ship and return told him.. shrewd, brave In some things and
LESSON 13, 14,
TEXT-Actl! 13.1-9.
:
as in all these cases I can only *. The white men rout the black pirateir 'Hen and the others looked at him cowardly 44
'46, 48, 49: 14:26, 27.
hope the affection is returned! Dick saves pettlfrew from Tucu, inquiringly Dick's hand clenched. "If :you MEMORY SELECTION-But when it

bat endangers himself Dick, chuckled ruefully at the think I'm surrendering because I'm pressed Cod . to reveal his Son In

The Democrats were coins I thought of how his ruse had com afraid of you, Hen," he began truculently nt, that I might preach him among the

situation that "get it out of mind.I Heathen.-Calatiani 1:15: 16.
to use "You Need Mead for CHAPTER XI plicated the so others, your

the N. Y. gubernatorial cam. perfectly Innocent of any attemptat = his
God to accomplish
palm deception, had been drawn Into "There you go again-off on atanient. uses' men
slogan. Until
they Dick tripped on a iton With an high and holy purpose of preaching
heard those old Republicans the net. His Invention had nearly was the quiet interruption
that mean, exultant animal the half-breed
cry, the: gospel in all the world. They
were going to counterattack took advantage of the accident. cost the lives of a dozen men Including "Now listen! he added, raising must however, be men who have

with Just one word- Dick mad a fruitiest effort to wriggle that of his old enemy, and a hand. "I'll prove to you that
been called by the Holy Spirit pre
right under theirs "Dewey" for a moment he grew grave and I'm right. I'll make an even betyou'll
: : away from him; but the uplifted
contradict reasonableman's pared and sent out by him. They .
serious then recalling the various any
knife followed until It was poised ; td
must be willing to labor and sac
Quotation Marksmanship Goethe: directly over his throat sequences of events that had ended guess what you'd do under rifice without limit for his glory U. S. Savings Bonds

There Is no more terrible sight than The near report of a gun did not so satisfactorily, he laughed again. the circumstances. I'll put you to Paul was such a man, and as .

Ignorance in action. . Anon: seem to be connected with his dan "I guess after all, that was the the test"He the of his
we study widening sphere
Always listen to the opinions of others ger, and its echo In his ears madeno best,story I ever invented," he add paused an instant his eyes service and influence, we catch a Always rely on this great rub for .

; it probably won't do ed. "Anyway it seems to have twinkling with amusement "Jordan,
you any appreciable impression on his vision of what missions should meanIn
good, but it will them. . B. Pen- mind. Even when the giant half- worked" you can have your choice of return- the church.I. CHESTCOLDS

rose: Public office the last refugeof breed shivered, and began toppling Briefly as he could he outlined Ing with me to answer that old
charge, or going scot free. No, you A Missionary Call (Acts 13:1-4): .
the incompetent. . A. Head: over, he could not associate the act this part of his adventure. The others
Some women carry thejr secrets with the pistol crash. But the knife listened and nodded their heads won't be hounded by the law I'll Much discussed among earnest
report went down with the City Christians Is the question of what
about them like an alluring per did not descend. It dropped from with grinning approval. When he you
of Bahia. That will close the case. constitutes a missionary call to relieve ceuths-aching mtndee
fume; others wear their secrets In the nerveless hand of the Carib and was through Hen glanced keenly at
their J. Csida The him. Your name will be eliminated from The need must be brought hometo RUBON
.
eyes. : glazed : fell with a thud to the beach.
pain in her eyes-like: frozen tears. Tucu, like a giant forest tree "I could almost believe you: were our books. You'll be a" free man the individual believer's heart by

. .. P. Baker: News is anythingthat whose base had been shattered by a smuggler, Jordan, If I didn't know to choose your own life. the Holy Spirit, and he must give
conviction that is to out
a one go
makes a woman say: "For lightning, swayed a moment uncertainly :you weren't" "You mean- stammered Dick
to meet that need.
Heaven's sakes! . A. Franklin: and then without a moanor Dick. flushed. ,"Perhaps I am". Mo eyes lighting with hope He

Truman the Chief Axecutlve. . sigh fell with a crash, sprawling he retorted challengingly "How do stopped and glanced from his old Note that the call came through

Ike Eisenhower: To win the peace on top of his adversary and pinning you know I'm not? You know my enemy to Rose. Her face and eyes a live active and well-equipped SOILOFFCleans

you have to fight like hellR.. him to the ground. I record." were strangely noncommittal He church in Antioch, a city of Syria.It .

McDowell: The trouble with moneyIs "Dickl! Dick, are you hurt" "Yes," slowly "I know your rec would have his freedom, able to look was a cosmopolitan churchreadthe painted s.urfaces

that few afford it every man fearlessly In the eye, names of those who served
so people can Out of the.atranie apathy that ord. I'tkf'
Billlngsley: Love conquers aU-ex. had numbed his mind Dick heard The sudden gravity of their faces, and not dream of nights that the there. They were of many national dusting

cept poverty and a toothache. the in their shadow of the law was pursuing and ties and of various occupations and
voice, and came to his sensesas and the challenging light
to close about him. A social positions In the midst of that
ready great
Rose rushed to his side. She eyes disturbed Rose, who glanced : 7je 2t2nf4 Tjs 'GrdGf9fyl.

"How' are the Dodgers doing grasped his shoulders and pulled from one to the other. She began burden slipped from his mind. group were two exceptionally Paul.able ? 'g4tf ?lo DeyGr f1

o, ?" him from under the inert body of suddenly to distrust the man they "1h.. muttered, beginning preachers, Barnabas and

"Which do you mean the the dead half-breed. had saved. again, and stopping abruptly. Rose They all loved the Lord and served -I- Seals paint pores

ones in Brooklyn or the ones lathe "Are you hurt" she repeated "Dick's record," she said slowly, would not have a part with him In him.To -h Disinfects-Deodorizes
such church the
State that new life of freedom: he would a Holy Spirit
Dep't?
anxiously.He of his
thrusting an arm into one f Removes yellowdiscoloration
can speak, be heard and obeyed.
lose her either He turned
smiled and shook his head have way.
"is clean. Whatever it might
Notice that of their best
Sounds In the Night In the Stork: his her if unable to out suddenly to Hen his mind made up. they gave
eyes on as comprehend been in the past it's been wiped
at the direction of the not
Spirit '
"I hate to that 4- Refreshens color
"They seem to be treating Henry now." disappoint you on 4eM
withholding it for themselves (cf. II
Wallace like he was Henry Aldrich "I awkward bet with yourself. Hen" he said
was afraid I'd be too late There was a silent pause, an
Sam. 24:24). God wants our best
!" . At the B'way Hofbrau: she the easily, grinning "but I'll go with :
murmured, tears close to period In which the two men *
I said I would and I haven't Sent forth by the Holy Spirit these (
"He'll make a fortune with Ms new surface, "or miss him." exchanged glances that none of the you ", men went promptly and willingly.Why .

invention for columnists. A fountain "You shot him?" he asked in a others could interpret; but there changed my mind. should the Lord have to plead
"Consider Jordan
pen that writes under pressure ., dazed voice."Yes"ahuddering. was evident hostility between them carefully ,
and prod; and wait for his peopleto
warned the other. "If can'tprove
!" . At Llndy's: "What's and turning based upon something in the pastRose you: obey Mm

the S In H. S. Truman stand for?" away from Tucu-"I-I had to, or pulled Dick gently away. :your Innocence of that theft It

. "I dunno. What's Harry Truman he'd killed :you." "Come. There's so much to do. means five years for you." II. A Missionary Conquest (Acts
"SureI Don't I know that" 13:4 S, 13, 14, 44-46 48, 49.
stand for?" .. .At the Riviera In the excitement of the conflict We must help the wounded, even If

: "Wallace went down for the and the relief that followed them, they are Caribs and our enemies." "You believe" :you can prove your To trace this first missionary l StJosephA
Innocence? Journey is well to look at the
count of. 10-Downing street" . deliverance from Tucu neither Captain Bedford had already assumed map 1 F miN
"Not! If I had I'd never have Illustrating the Acts and epistles at 1 '
At Hanson's: "Look. I want to be Dick nor Rose noticed Hen Petti- charge of. the situation, and < waste URSH1 liUEl H Ml of'
run away.: the back of most Bibles .
your Now Or Never-not your Now grew, who.had, watched the proceedings the seamen willingly took orders was
"You ? It
guilty will that
were It at once
and Then!" . .' At the Colonyr"Wish at close range, and who now from him. The dead Caribs were appear
"Hell! Nol I've told thata these
.
you not an easy itinerary men
he'd stick to the Stork mar sat staring at them in evident surprise burled on the beach, and the wounded
thousand times. travel
undertook. It involved by sea,
ket and leave the Stock market and bewilderment Although cared for. Then with the small
"Then why'd leave? Didn'tyou difficult and often
you through country
alone." . At the Blue Angel: weak and dazed by his own wounds, boats they made a visit to the lug know
that would brand you as among hostile and hateful peoples.
"A Broadwayite is a Jerque who the man was fully conscious of all ger which had been rolling lazily at a criminal?" God does not call Ms servants to

knows the inside of everything-except that had been going on, and when anchor in the cove. I' /:
an air-conditioned arm-chair even
Ms own home." Dick finally glanced up and caughthis Bedford overhauled the
Captain Dick Throws Away gellsm. His Word must go out
eye he started with a grunt craft and finally sniffed his scorn
where it has never been heard and MILES LITTLE PILLS
Whatever became of that old Jordan!" he said thickly.Dick's Chance for Freedom"Sure
"She ain't worth saUin' into port.Sh.1 that means pioneering among the :\ are little "feme ol com

gag about the restaurant patron face flushed an Instant and a stinkln' hulk that ought to But the cards were most backward of peoples, the neediest Ii up yourspwklaanJ'mil.when" .

who asked the time of a then paled. Rose glanced from one have gone to ,the bottom long aio.We'll stacked against me. Didn't I know of this earth. It means work- you wake up and
passing waitress, who kept ea the other and asked "Who is find conBtlpatlon hat put
to : her.
leave that? They'd convicted me on circumstantial Ing in rescue missions, in thankless Ball JIn4/r on your pep
going as she said "Sorry, but he? Is he a friend?" "But, Cap'n," protested one of evidence! and sent me and difficult pastorates; yes, and peraonallty. liar ilautlre

that's'not my table." Dick gulped and nodded, but the seamen, "she's good enough to to prison. I hadn't a leg to standon anywhere the Divine Executive the you, not ,,,' you.that So little work, but wtttt

It's on page 23 of the current made no articulate sound with his carry us home. We ain't figgertn without money or Influence. Youcan't Holy Spirit, may direct OH MYI .how smooth how comfortlnf. ,

Old Yorker. lips. Despite the pain of his wounds. on staying here longer'n we have get Justice without them-not Paul met both popularity and per mild ..nt went Mlles a Little laxative Pill

Hen Pettigrew grinned to.. We're a bit homesick." when some piker's doctored the secution, and that not far apart. from your family drugftlet. CAUTION

Sanies In Our Alley They weE "Sure! We were both on the City "Sure!I" was the grinning retort books and laid his plans so any Jury After the experience of acceptanceand Not or other to be used' when. of abdominal ppendfcltle,pain are

discussing a Broadway actor on tb of Bahia before she went to the bot. "But the Betty's worth a dozen sichluggers. would convict without leaving the rejection on the Island of Cyprus present 'roes only at tilrtclid.

skids. "I' hear," stid a Llndylte, tom. So :your boat wasn't swamped, I flgger we can patch her room. There was only one othfr (Acts 13:7: 8)), Barnabas and Miles Laboratortea. Inc.. Elkhart, Ind.

"That he and his wife may go on Jordan? You were lucky Ours toppled up in less'n a week an' sail home. chance left me, and I took it But Paul went to Antioch in Pisldla (a nw

the early morning radio with one over, and all went to the bottom We'll have a full crew now. Walt'11 I'll go back with you and face the different city than Antioch In Syria;

Of those breakfast routines." . except those who swam to this ye see her." music. That's all" see map). Here they were invitedto 1A LITTLE Pius

"I geddit summed up Hal McIntyre island." final?" preach in the and
A visit to the Betty on the opposite "That's synagogue

,, "one of those has-been and side of the Island put new heart Dick nodded and turned his face Paul was blessed in the presentation
wife teams!I" . It's been announced Dick's Ruse
How of a powerful gospel mes
In the castaways, and under Captain to the window. He was not aware
that divorces in the U. S. Made ComplicationsDick Bedford's direction they beganto that either of the others had moved sage. Read It In Acts 13:16-41. It eS4jetT

have gone up 23 per cent and J. work cleaning up the decks and until a hand touched his arm. He met with such a response that the HI "III Mill HI Mill If
Ellnson thinks he knows the chorus sat and faced the situation '
up these
"besought that words
people
restoring the schooner to her old. swung around and found himself RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
girl responsible for half of 'em. bravely. In saving Hen's life,
them the
time condition. The lugger was alone In the cabin with Rose. might be preached to next ,

he bad unwittingly made his own used to tow her around the Island "Dick," she said softly, "I know Sabbath" (v. 42). So great was the

International Weather Report exposure a certainty. There was where, anchored In the quiet cove, all about it Mr. Pettigrew.told me popularity: of Paul's message that MCNEIL'S

Dark war clouds over Europe no need for further subterfuge; repairs could be made without fear -told me more than he's told you the whole city came the next Sabbath

continued fog over Washington. Rose would have"to.know all of another storm wrecking her. There is'a chance if you go back. "to hear tire Word of God." ( MAGIC

"I was lucky, he replied "but New evidences have been discovered What a wonderful sight that must REMEDY
A foreign correspondent tells not the rest. They were all lout. I have been. _
Pettlgrew Tells Rose he says, and he doesn't be-
about Ms conversation with a Russian clung toI raft for days and nights else RINGS BLESSED RELIEF
But wait-there is something
lieve you're guilty With a good
scientist who deplored those until Tucu here picked me up on the All About Dick lawyer now you. can establish your here beside popularity and its Large Sotu.ii,Mai'lUSma Sue(Oil

who discuss atomic energy only in lugger and then-" As the' busy days passed Hen Innocence, and-" name is Jealousy (v. 45). It causedthe *ltlllll: III gilt SI IIIIITIIC. I
B ill III III ITIIU N II asa. mill il Ida
and added
terms of war-when that energy He glanced at Rose, :
in rest" Pettlgrew recovered from his "Rose," he replied, smiling gently Jews to blaspheme as they con .nil Mil ea, let. JHIIIlflUI 4. nail
the
could accomplish miracles "Ask her. She'll tell you
wounds, and once more became the into her upturned face "there'sno tradicted Paul's preaching.
peace. He summed ups with this But Rose's sympathy for Petti- had
masterful man that distinguished to for Jealousy always makes a fool
money pay a good lawyeror
canny analogy: "To,talk of atomic grew was unexpectedly aroused to him as an officer of the law. any other kind of lawyer. I out of the one who yields to it Yet
in terms of atomic bombsis Hen's strength that had IappCHES
action.
energy before they were this green-eyed monster is per I
readyto I
Two days: have nothing. didn't decide to
like talking of electricity in terms restored for a time by the excitement
been mitted to right on hindering the
of depart the Betty having received go back with Hen because I thought go
of the electric chair. showed signs waning; a new set of sails that were 'there was a chance of clearingmy work of God. The result in this case

be grew deadly pale, and began that Paul turned from the Jewsto
sufficient to carry her home Hen name. There isn't a chancel! was
closed
Manhattan Morals The Ham. sinking rapidly. His eyes Pettigrew emerged from Ms cabin, I'm .oinr-aoina- the Gentiles with the gospel to

burger Heaven opposite St Patrick's and the head sagged forward ,until and seeing Dick forward beckonedto "Why?" she asked when he their great Joy and delight This is
.
cathedral on list which it touched the ground. him. "Jordan" be said "I want paused. a great turning point in the historyof )s AlDIe6GlSTS t100.e
envelopes (of exclaimed. Jumping to
little she
serves paper "Oh! to talk with you." "Becaule-becau.e-of !" the church. /
) which is printed: "And feet "He's dying! We must you
on her
sugar Dick nodded and followed him to Her face flushed with happinessand I Now the preachers turn home- / UStD
stir like H-I" . The pathetic get help Dick." cabin. Something told him that shy emotion. ward to Antioch In Syria: and there 1 e e dgyssrs
sight of a little blind boy "looklna"Into The rest of the party arrived in the
bad
they
the hour had come when he bad to "Then we'll go together, she
while the human aid
shop Hen all
toy
3rd
a avenue tim. to give
face the crisis. This Intuition was breathed softly."Not" HI. A Missionary ConferenceActs
his mother shopped at a nearby that was possible. He was seriously
strengthened when he found Rose he answered sharply "1didn't ( 14:28. 27).
with wounded
butcher's. .- The panhandler but not dangerously
the oxford'accent: His requests after staunching the flow of below waiting for them. She smiled mean that I won't drag you Nothing stimulates missionary You can, relieveATHLETE'S

masterpieces of and and binding the ugly holes gently when be entered the cabin, Into It. If I did I'd despise myself.I giving, and praying, and going in a
for handouts are blood up
but made no remark. love too much for that Rose local church like a live missionary FOOT
you ,
eloquence. . The chalk- sign on the bullets had made in his side
", conference where those who have
,
Pettigrew 'closed and locked and you know it.
a construction fence: "Annie Get and shoulders, be recovered from Hen
Then turning to Dick be "Yes. I do know It," she replied, been on the field come back and
Your Goon" . The 42nd street his faint and smiled grimly the door.
and 6th avenue bootblack whose "I'll pull through-need restthat's said: "Jordan I've told your storyto pursing her lips In an assumed pout tell what the Lord has done as they'

shoulder) calls out Rose I thought she was entitledto "That's why I arranged with Mr went out to serve him.
parrot (on Ms all"The
It is to know that what the
good
It" Pettlgrew to-to-Mre the best lawyer
know
"Shine, buddy?; story of how the handful of led out to do has been
Lord men %
could You 80.6
violently money buy. see that
sailors had battled through the surf Dick started frowned,
Blgtown Smalltalk The Army- and reached the Island on the night and then caught Ms breath to calm treasure we found on the submarine fulfilled. That completes the circleof r of cue showed

Notre Dame game will make the of the shipwreck, and how for days Ms nerves. "I expected you'd do It belongs to all three of us, but" diving/ guidance and blessing, and clinical improve '

local hotel sltcbeeaysbun tougher on and nights they had existed on shell before this," he replied.. "I was you and Father won't touch any of strongly encourages to go again men after only 10
it. Then I'm going to use It any -and others to go for the first days treatment with
November 89. Every hotel (including fish and a few birds they managed waiting for It" H. kept his eyes
time-to do missionary work for la impartial
I I might spend it for SOaSTONl
please
) is booked refusing notice I Rose'spleading way
the side-street Joints to kill, while they watched and waited on Hen, scientific test
t to capacity. Not one has any room hopefully for a sail was told dramatically look. "When we partedon new dresses and jewelry and-and God.The does'not
of but I won'tl! I don't church which have
lots things-
he added -
for former Stars & Stripes staffers by the different survivors. the steamer "you
inN if met want them! But I do want you, such an annual missionary conference SORETONEMidst
who hold their reunion event When the lugger appeared they said you'd pinch me we on
Dick, and"-flashing him a look misses a blessing and an opportunity
Y. on November 8There is had balled It joyfully, but later they land again "Well, smiling and HcKweillbbblMleMitttaemiiitpinali
for enlarged vision
no 30th (or 60th) flo\'r in the Chrysler had reasons to dread Captain Tucu shrugging Ms shoulders "you'vegot that made him tingle-"I'm goingto and *
If I have to buy service. No pastor or church can
to break have you you
unlike other I won't attempt
building., But. many and his crew more than their lonely me.
with that treasure"THE afford to miss such an open door and $1.00THE _
13th . Zll 50
buildings, it has a isolation on the island The old away"I -
Kennedy pocketing I "You knew I'd arrest you, Jor for the working of the Holy Spirit
lIonaire J. P. pirate when he found the shipwrecked I
I toothpicks as he left the Hotel St seamen unarmed, attempt i dan" Pettlgrew said after a pause ( END) of God.

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Conatltutlon of the State of Florida, and for the He-Numbering of Sections nated In paragraph of this Section 15,
SUNDRIES yep ( worh1or the same were agreed to by e vote of 11 end 11 of Article VIII of the Conitl. and shall likewise provide for the eel
BAM.to5P.h I three-tlftha of all the member elected tutlon of the SUte of Florid H Adoptedat lection, care, custody, reporting and disbursement .
In each house that the votes on said the Generil Election la November of all Uxea collected by toe
Nut Door to Ptxtofflc Joint Resolutions werCenter d upon 1944. and to Amend Section 11 and ii! County Tax Collector
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA smallest their respective Journal, with the yeti of Article Via of the Constitution of -
and nays thereon, and they did determine the State of Florida and to Provide that - -
Phone W and direct that the said Joint Inh.. County of Hillaborough. State of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 119
Resolution b* submitted to the elector Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa
n of the State at the General election In Assess the Property ofh.. County for Amendment to Article XVI, of the Constitution .
November 1946 the purpose of Levying State County, ofh.. State of Florida, B,
NOW THEREFORE. I, B. A. GRAT, Schools end Municipalities In the Countyof :, Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
save Secretary ot State of the State ot Florida, HlUiboroufb Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment ba Concurrent .
ICODY KILOWATT do hereby give notice that a City Florida, which Shall be Exempt Resolution of the Senate and
GENERAL ELECTION from the Provlalona of this Amendment House of Representatives of a Directorof
4 win be held In each county In Florida Taxea Levied by the State County, the Budget and to Authorize the Legislature
- on Tuesday next succeeding the girt County School Board School Districts to Prescribe hie Powers and
Monday In November A. D. laid the Special Tax School OlitrlcU and the Duties. Qualifications and Term of Office
said Tue.d., being the Municipalities of County Except the .
FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plant ty'JI BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA-
OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Burney Kelz tor the ratification or rejection of the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE TUBE OF' THE STATE OP FLORIDA
said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments : OF' THE: STATE OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment to Article .
Formerly to th* Constitution oi the Slate That the UJnonsAJrr. '. : ofArticle XVI of the Constitution of the Stateof
STORE -!.riorlda vUiAmendment Vin of :: the Florlde by adding thereto aa addilonal -
State of Florida relative toh.. AI....- section to be known as M,
Denmark's mst" and Collection of all taxes In the be and; the same Is hereby agreed tI.n.
SENATE! JOINT RESOLUTION: NO. 0610A County of KUIaborough, State of Florida, shall be submltud toh.. elector of the
Only Bar I. Town JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .n by Re-Numbering Section 11 ae adoptedat State of Florida for ratification or rejection .
toh.. Constitution of the the General Election of 1M4 to aj to at the general election for .
Complete Horn Outfitter Slate ot riorlda, to be known as Article make it read Section 11 of Article VIII aenUtlves to b* bald la the year Ref ,
XX Sections 1 and 1. Thereof Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florida u follows k
PHONE 34 + to the Consolidation, Abolishing or Creating and by; Am.ndlnSection 19 of SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by
of Certain County Offices, and the Article VIII of the Constitution of the law provide for a Director of the Budget,
Swain Phone 115 J. Assessment and Collection of Municipal Stat. of Florida, ai adopted at the General who shall be appointed by a concurrent
Seward E. Cone, Mgr Taxes by County Tea Otflclsla, In Orsng Election In November, of 1944 o resolution of the Senate and House of
noii poiirM UMT (mmVj County, riorlds, and Providing for Ret.erendum as to make It read Section 11 of Article Representatlvea, and ahall by law con.slstent .
Elections for Acceptance or Rejection vm of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Con
f/ of any Law or Laws Enacted by Florid, and to exclude the City of Plant stltutlon prescribe hie powers and duties,
, \ the Legislature ot the State of Florida City from said Amendment Be and the provide for his qualifications and terra
-r .. Provided In said! Proposal Amendment lame la htreby agreed to and ahall be of office, the length of which shall be
: ::::' "TJU .", ........."" "" "" ,,,=i submitted toh.. Elector of the Stateof wholly within the discretion of the LegIslatur -
BE: IT RESOLVED!: BY THE! LEGISLATURE Florida for Ratification or Rejection and shall not be limited by Section
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA at the General Election to be held on 1, Article XVI of the Constitution.
That the following amendment toh.* the first Tuesday alter the first MondayIn
Constitution of riorlds, to b* known as November, 1848
NOTICE TO trrnn Article XX:, Sections 1 and I, thereof SECTION II. 1. From and after January COMMITTEESSUBSTITUTE:
MlB l'\'I'A'J'Jo. UV l-LOUIIIV : relating toh.. consolidation, abollshlni 1, 1848, the County Tax Aiieuor olHllliborougto HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 71
Up: ; OIL.US WAJIOKD and creating ol certain County offices County shall alien all A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the
817 \V Ornnd t>tMontlcello. and for assessment and collection of municipal property for all State, County, School Amendment of Section 10, of Article III
Atlantic Service Sta. See or Phone Iowa taxes by County tax of tic.... In and Municipal. Taxes to be levied InHlllabdrough ofh.. Constitution of the State of FlorIda -
Yon arc In'rchv required: to appear Orange County, Florida, and providingfor County by the Vsute, Relating to Appropriations
Paul D. Robbing Owner at my office In Okeivhnhee. Florida, on referendum elections for acceptanceor County, County School Board, School BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE .
rejection of law laws enacted Districts, Special Tax School Districts, and
any or OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA
November 4th, A, f), 11MII, ti) Hill ofCamplnlnf
Jjltccdfohcc cus by the Legislature of Florida as provided Municipalise except In the City of Plant Tb.th.. following amendment of Sec.
s fur Divorce filed nKulimt you therein, be submitted to the qualified City, Florida, which City shall be exempt tlon 90, Article III of the Constitution of
EXIDE BATTERIES b"r Curl B. Watford In Circuit Court, electors of the State of FlorIda for adoption from the of this Section the State of Florida relating to appropriations
Okcorliobce Comity, Florida, 111 default or rejection at the next general z. The Cetlalatun shall, at the Legla- Is hereby agreed to and shall be
LEE TIRES therefore Decree Pro Confenai; election to be bald la the year 1848 latlve Session In 1947 and from time to submitted toh.. electors of the State
for will be catered Ritnlniit you: the Okwiinliin to-wtti! time thereafter, enact laws specifying. ol Florida for ratification or rejection at
GASOILGREASINGOUECBOBEE News In di-Hlirnnled an the lien - power, function., duties and eompiiua- the next General Election to be held In
Ijlper In which thus Older: stunt I be published : ARTICLE XX tlon of the County Tax Aiaeiior dul,. November A. D. 1846, that I* to say that
SECTION 1. The Legislature li authorized natal In Paragraph 1 of Section II, and said Section 30, Article III ofh.. Con.
FLA. PRINTINGEast once a week for four cunsocurtvi and empowered to provide by law ihall likewise provide by law 'orh.. stltutlon of the Stale of Florida shall be)
> week or laws enacted by It at III regular session extension on the Aueiiment RoU ofh.. amended and aa amended shall read a*
Wltiu> mv hand end official seal at held In A. D. 1947 or at any County Tax Auetior of all tax. levied follower
Oki-orhobve Florida, this 23th: lily of regular session thereafter, 'orh.* consolidation by the School County County School SECTION SO. Laws making the .pproprlstloni -
voptimber A, D. 11)10. abolishing or ':t'tyrr.:' Board, \ Districts, Special Tax 'orh.. salaries of public
(seal) County Ofdcea in Orange School DUtrlet and Municipalities located officiate and employees and all other
f.UHof, P. lUt'LVUSON ida Provided, there la excepted fromUse 0' the County of Hllliborouih. expenses of the State shall contain pro.
effect of this Article judges of ell State : Florida, with the exception of visions on no other subject nor shall sa
('I hatK OK t'11tTI1' COURT. courts; and to provide for the assessment the City of Plant City, which Is hereby appropriation be an Incident ef any other
i OXEN'IiOBEk; : COL'NTV, and collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions of toll bill; all elate appropriation except ape
PIORintMA11Y assessments, or either of them, by Countytax Amendment" proprlstlons for the county schools, coun.
8AM: ; FUKt'H Sf'tr'UI.\oi! ; officers In said County. Any law so SECTION It. I. From and after January ties, cities, or other political subdivisionsof
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINmF enacted respecting the consolidation or 1, 1948. the County Tax Collector in the Slate, appropriation for Derma.neat .
creation of any County offices shall prescribe the County of HllUborough State of Improvements and buildings for
the powers, duties and therein r rto Florida shall collect all taxes levied In state Institutions as provided for by law
SidePackage tion, of the officers deslgnsted the County by the State County County "enacted ..th.. 194 legislature or prior
HARDEN'STinker NOTICE OP INTENTION TO exercise and discharge. duties of School Bo.r.r..chool District Special legislatures and for pensions, retirement
8"1.1ND the offices so consolidated or crested: and Tax School Districts and MuniclpalIWsof funds and trust funds, shall be Included
Shop NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN that any law so enacted respecting the ..._ Hllliborouih County Florida, except la one general IPproprl.tlon bill or any
Store iniriiiaiit to Str-llon 13: (Iii 'Impter meat and collection of municipal tax. In the City of Plant City, it being exempt amendment or ..uppl.m.nth.r.to., and
Loins, lows of Florliln, Aiti of 1941niiil and assessments or either of them, by from the provisions of tote Amendment shall be for no longer than two ,eara.
,.. county tax officers shall provide for the All appropriations made prior to the)
Soitloti II IT. Chapter 11717. La a. The Legislature shall at the Legislative
General Repairing lit Florida, Act. of 1U31 .,,\amendedby ] assessing, collecting, accounting for and Session of 1847 and from time to adoption of this section which are co'to .
taxes
said and/or assessments
disbursing of laws specifying. trcr) the provision of thin action
Section 11, Chapter 200-iS.I Laws olriorlda. time thereafter, enact
Liquor WIne : I to the appropriate municipal shall of July 1 147.
Cordial. explr as ,
Act of 11)41, and Uo pnraiinnt authorities, and for compensation for Mon of County Tax Collector dealgnatedin
w. Try Hard to Please You- to Section 13. Chapter Il1701i: such county taxing officer for services
Paragraph 1 of Section 11, and shall e
Law of Florida. AiM of 1D.ld.nthereto., That if any
rendered likewise provide for the collection, ears, HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION: NO. ITT
EAST emended Smtlnn 19, 22070law consolidation
OKEECHOBEE by: Chapter such law respecting the and disbursement ofall .
: custody reporting A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .nAm.ndm.nt
of Florida. Att nf 11)11, and office la accepted
creation of county
Gin U. a Trial or any axes collected by the County Tax to Article V of the Conatltutlon .
referendum
Section 41 Chapter SO722. law ot and ratified .th.
STATE ROAD NO. S such law shall Collector. of Florida by Adding Thereto ..aAddltlon.1
Florida, Act of 1941 fi* amended bv election herein provided Section to the Election
Relating
Section 21 Chapter 2'079.: Law of become eUectlvo with respect to the offices RecordIn
of the Judge of the Court of
I Florida. Act of 1041, tho following affected thereby on the first Tuesday
la HOUSE: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lit and for Escambla County and the
after the tint Monday Januaryot
docrlhud land In Okeecuobe County,
A JOINT Rl30LUTIONPropo.n.I! ..DAm.ndm.nt County Solicitor ai sold Cauntv.
immediately .succeeding -
any year
Florida to-wit: general election had subsequent to laid to Article Vin ofh.. Conitltutloa -un- RESOLVED By-riD: LiOISLA.o:
Lot 7, Block 210 City of OkewboTots8 referendum election at which elector! for of the State of Florida Relative TURB OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA
President ot the United State are voted to Assessment ot Property for Taxes andthe SECTION 1. That Article V of the
1 to 12 IMC, Uloik. 17, IllverIdo for end U such law Collection of Taxei. by AddingThereto Constitution of the State of Florida b*
..'" Park assessment and collection rr.: municipal Additional Sectloni to Provide amended by adding thereto en additional
lots. 1 to II 0 Inc., mock 21 North- taxea and SMessments. or either of them that Iah.. County of Bay, State of section to be knows aa Section 41 of
O. K. GARAGE ALTO WATFORD &: SONS w"lt.hl.. by county tax officers la accepted end Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall sate Article, relating to the election ot
Lots 11 find 12: Block 2.1. South ratified ath.. referendum election u Assess Ins Property of the County for the the) fudge of the Court ol Record In and
& MACHINE Okimhoheo provided b.r.ln.h.. same shall become Purpose of Levying St.te. County School tat Ejcambla County and the County
SER. Gulf StationThat effective onh.. fire day of January and Municipal Taxes Levied Dh.. Solicitor of said County and the same J.
lot II, IlliHlc 2% City of Okewho next succeeding auca referendum elec. State, County, County School Board, hereby agreed to, and ehall be submitted
DODGE *; PLYMOUTH bee you I School Districts, .Specie Tax School Dlatrlcts 10 the electors ot the State of Florid.
Sale &; Service Good Calf .Gas. Lots 7 nod 8, Block IV: City of SECTION i. B.fore.ny law described and Municipalities of the County. fat ratification or rejection et the Gen.erl .
Clk..bob.'II bIh.. preceding section ct thin Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE: LEGISLATURE Election to be held Dnh.. first
24.... Wreck SenrlM GULF PRIDE OILAlto's Lou 7 and' 8. Block 1H, City ofUkMrilbrr hall b* of any fore end effect it shall : OF THJ STATE: OF FLORIDAl Tuesday after the first Monday la November
b* accepted and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment to Article , 1940. aa follows
Day Ph. t2 Night Ph. 92 or 13J Lot 11, lilt" 8, Itallroail Add vote ef electors ol Orange Via of the Constitution 0'h.. SECTION: 41. The Judge of the Court
will h.. ottered for *ut* et ptiolla out County, Florida: at :referendum electionto Hate ot Florida relative to the Assessment ot Second In and for Cscambia County
Dunlop Tire &: Tube Cottages cry for the highest and bwt cash bid, b* called and held for the purpose and Collection of all taxes In the and the County Solicitor of raid County
mibject to the right of the board of of determining whether such law shall County of Bay, State of Florida, by adding shin hereafter be elected by the qualifiedelectors .
t G... Electric Appliances {t'oiunilaaloner of Everglades Drain- be accepted and ratified or rejected by thereto additional sections to be of said county ai other .t.'. and
In The Heart Df Town District' the qualified elector ol said Section 14 and Sectloa 15, be county officiate are elected. The tint
(lire Count known u
Count;
Stove Refrigerator ,Water .
Weekly or Dally Rate 1'mnnilBHloiiorn :VoI' 1t.f: County. Such referendum election shall ..ndh.. same Is hereby agreed to and election In of and the for Judge Escambla: ofh. Court and 0'Re.ord
within ninety dsya after the effective shall be submitted toh.. Electors of County
Beater. Hui-ldn to njpct any and all hid*.
All Cabin Are Modern Rt the Courthouse. l.i'Klnnlnu lit' 10:II'1' date of any such law. The Board ol the State of Florida for ratification or D'h.* County Solicitor el said county,
shall be held at the General Election In
eWe Service Them ABC County Commluloners shill provide lot at the general 1 election beheld
"<.I.k! A. M. on the lath day of ef such referendum election rejection h'Co 048, to take office the first Tuesday
the holding any the first Tuesday after
No" ether 1IIIH. Kuncnumt for drainage and notice thereof shall be published Monday oa In November. 1944, aa follows after the first Monday In January. 1949
Iud lumatlon mid road pur- by said Board one each week for at for a term of four term ortenure
SECTION 14. ((1) From and after anyone
of office
PO''I will he renened least four successive week! Immediately heretoforer
January 1. 1948, the County Tax Assessor > hereafter appolnud to either of the
HOARD till' COMMISSIONPHSOP next prior to the date ot such election,
In the County of Bsy State of Florida, offices herein mentioned shall not be ex-
rVIIHOI,ADHS: 1>UAINAUB la a newspaper ct general circulation Inaid.
all for all Slate,
shall assess property ended hereby Any vacancy la eitherol
otherwiseprovided
4, DIST1ilCTROAIiD ,County., the Except law* fa.u.r:: State relating County. School and Municipal taxes to said offices which occurs prior to said
I Of COUNTY COM. toh.. holding of general election shall be levied In the County by the State, first Tuesdsy after the tint Monday la
bounty, County School Board, School January, 1944, shall b* tilled by appointment
MUStONFIW: OH' OKKECIIO: referendum: i ib. Districts Special Tax School Districtsand by the Governor and confirmation
North ParkPackage BIB! COUNTY: .
FrOHIlM.
"
r.tlfle1 Municipalities. by the Senate heretofore
u provided by
accepted and by the majority
Ja L. BARBER By Clerk MABEL nf htcl RAULERSON nI 1 ol electora participating In any such (3) The Legislature shall ..th.. Legislative the Constitution, but In no ease for any
I Court referendum election, such law shall become Session In 11141 and from time to looerh.n until the first Tuesday after
Oldtmhoneo County Florida, and be ia full fore and effect but tlm.h.r.all.r, enact laws specifying the he first Monday In January 1941 and
StoreLiquors a* sent for Mali| Bo.rd II at any such election a majority of; the powers, functions, duties and eompensa- the term or tenure of office of anyone)
By Connie W Raulorion electors participating therein shell vote ion of County Tax A..1O.1 designated appointed to either of said offices forth
Deputy Clerk shut the ratificationauca In paragraph 1 ot .1ab 14. and term beginning In 1947 shall expire)
Cordials suds law : shall c.b.s: end void: shaft likewise provide law for the on said first Tuesdsy after the first
Wines ABSTRACTS Of Start Relief In 0 Seconds and of no force and affect The canvassing extenalon on the assessment roll 0'h.. Monday In January 1949.
board of said County ahall certify County Tax Assessor el all taxes levied SECTION t, Any provision of the
Next Door To All Night from AH 6 usual l o1'i e Die result of any such referendum b y the State County, County School Conatltutlon la conflict herewith I* bur*.
lection to the Secretary of Ctat within Board School DlstrlcU, Special TaxSchool by repelled
Station rl tea,eUj* alter the holding thereof.stltutloa l DlstilcU end municipalities.
TITLE 4ii M\s SECTION 19. (1) From and after IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF: : I have
1SS e 1 January 1, 1M, the County Tax Collec- hereunto set my band and affixed tile
PHONE .4 PRIPARATION11AILI11 novas: JOINT RESOLUTION: NO. wA tor la the County oi Bay, State ef florIda Great Seal ot the State ol Florida at
l , COLD JOINT In..w IIfo an shall collect all taxes levied la the Tallahass the Capital, title the 1st day
I OR LIQUID Amendment to Article the Count / by the state, County County of_ August, A. O, 194J
y ol the list ot Florida Relative School Board School Districts, Special ( SAW R. A. GRAY
jCaall.N tt .a.ditujsd M >sss sin.nt .4 Property let I uis ego Tea ... Platttate leg MtlWelpeilSea\ I..retarg e* SaTILE *.


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