The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 32-Number 27 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 22, 1946 ..
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Ten -Candidates : OLD FASHIONEDBOX Raulerson Store NATIONAL AIRLINES I Christmas Seals Will Be Mailed. Next


For Councilmen I HELD BY I. O. O. F. To Be Completely LINE TO-GEORGIANational 1 I Monday To Residents Of Okeechobee,

Notice to all I.O.O.F. members, Airlines has submittedan

As Election Nears wives and friend the Odd Fellows Remodeled SoonH. application to the Civil Aeronautics County By Chairman Of Association

are 'Wring an old fashioned box Authority for a direct air route ,
upper Friday night, Nov. 29 at 8 between Tampa and Columbus, Ga.,

At the dead line for candidates to o'clock In the LOOT hall near Park H. Raulerson manager of Raulerson's and to provide additional service between Our School aeildenta of Okeeohobee. County,

qualify as candidates In the olty Drug Com pan,. Come bring a box, Department Store announced Tampa and Tallahassee and lour with million of otherf

elation which will ki held,hire on pie or sake this week that beginning January Atlanta, It was learned her this throughout the United e

Tuesday, December I the followingcandidate. Visitors are welcome! first his store would be remodeled week. The proposed service would It would be amusing to most par receive sheet of "48 States Christmas, will

.' had announced and that he would put In a new add Columbus and Atlanta to Na-
them C. Clay, Sec'y ents to look Into the achool rooms Sols In tllelr'man Monday. The
selves In the Okeechobee New. that and up to date department store ttonal'i network.American. seals
this week and observe the meek, will bring
greeting from the
The plans and specifications have .
they were candidates for the various Okeechobee
frightened In the elementary
Okeechobee High already been drawn youngsters County Tuberculosis Association -
offices) n building who gasp and hold and a reminder that the
Mr. Raulerson will utilize the entire Legion -
For MayorP their breath each time there la Ia| continued work of the association In
P. Evans.H MelbourneLast floor space for the new store
Lost To knock on the door. Invariably one fighting tuberculosis In this are.

H. Rnulerson. which calls for doing away with the .Football Team might hear a wistful "oh! teacher," depends upon the use local residents

For City Clerk 24 6 grocery business he .operated for I until the door Is opened and they make of the seals.

Lorena Pearce Friday many years. It also calls for the can see that the Interruption was This will be the 40th annual sale
Lost To Ft PierceThe
removal of the meat market, as a
For City Councilman I of
not caused by the object of their Seals in thUs country
part of the Raulerson store
Gino Boromel. The Okeechobee high! school foot. fears-such object being In the person and according to Carl Durrance,

Rod Chandler. ball boys lost their frame Friday I I The building will be remodeled local American Legion foot. of our county nurse, Miss Thom president of this local association,

Connie W. Raulemon. night to the Melbourne boys In aloosely with a new concrete floor that will ball team lost to the Fort FierceAmerican as, who Is assisting: the state school ,900 associations will conduct Seal

Brad Thomas played game, played on the I be covered with tile and some, of Legion team Sunday afternoon dentist while the clinic Is In Okee I Sale this year to raise funds for
Alto Watford, Sr. ,the posts that are now In the build- local'and
Melbourne ground. by the score of by the score of' 18 to 0 In a chobee. During this visit, the doctor state tuberculosis control
Z. K. Williams.\ / Ing will\ be eliminated.The .
24 to 0. The) local boys were all off I game played on the Fort Pierce la working on only the grammar programs

Dalton Brett. their stride. plans as drawn call for all ground. school pupils, and an apprentice Back'in 1907 when the first Seal

Glen Davis new equipment Including new showcases could look Into the mouths of :4 Sale was held in the United States,
this afternoon scheduled
They play LaBelle I The Jocals are to playa
J. 0. Pearce, Jr. for both and women's It
men large percentage of those childrenand was confined to an area around
at I.nBelle the game beginning at return game with Stuart on their
Clayton White. clothing with one entirely separate the 'II an'dfrom Wilmington Del.
see that need grave, and Philadelphia
330: p m.Citrus. grounds on Nov. 28.
MYRTIE LEE EZEI.L BRIDE I department for shoes that will be .the condition of some of the. The next year it was conducted on

stocked with shoes for men, women' teeth, It Is surprising that there a national scale.
CommissionWill and children. Governor Holland Isn't more of a health problem I in The 1946 "Seal shows a lamplighter
Myrtle Lee Ezell, oldest daughter I
In discussing the change with Mr. the schools, than does exist. Surprising lighting hi. lamp against a starry
Ezell became
of Mr and Mrs. ,
Raulerson he stated that he would also Is the fact that In many blue sky and Is symbolic of the returning -
the bride of William Joseph Hulseyin Have Special Moves Into His
a quits ceremony performed at I have a modern and up to date department cases, the children who need dental I hope of the world after the

store In every way with a attention most sorely, are those 4ark years of war. To commemorate -
the home of Elder Premier, chap, I I
lain of tie! Florida S-n. Orlando,, Meeting Nov. 26th large line of merchandise and new New Offices whose parents have not given consent the 40th annual sale each sheetof

show cases throughout the store He to have the work done. Such seals has a center insert of four
Sunday evening, Nov. 11 at 6 o'clock
also stated that he expects to get consent is required before the state special seals bearing the likeness of

Those present to witness this cere. Urged by both the, Florida Citrus started with the change over about Governor Holland has been busy dentist will be permitted to do the one woman and three men, who made
Mrs. Ulmer Ezell and
nony were Producers Trade Association and the January first and that he hoped to moving Into his new offices and work. To cite one case, the child outstanding contributions to the
of Okeeohobee
Mr. Harvey Hulsey, United Growers and Shippers to be able to go right ahead and complete visitors describe the four room suiteas cries in school with a toothache, yet first Seal sale In 1907. They were
and Mrs. Dwane ,,
; Mr. Bui- make a study of citrus' standards it in a few week. a veritable museum. Taking with the parents have not given their permission Jacob Rile, Danish born American,

Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey with the view to more rigid, regulations -- him the souvenirs, nlcknacks, novel. to have the child's teeth at. who, has been called "one of Amer

icy, Jr., Orlando and Miss Sally the Florida Citrus Commission ties, photograph and other trinkets ica's mat
tended to. Surely any parent should useful citizen; MI.
Lake academy, Mait
Hulsey, Forest will hold a special meeting: November I Gigantic Circus Is gathered during his four years as realize what a detriment to a child's Emily: Bissell, social worker of Wllmlngtttt -

land. 26 to discuss the,subject. Governor of Florida, he has Install. health such a condition can become. ,,i DeL; E. A. 'Van Valken-

After a brief honeymoon they will Some (citrus men' have advocated A Transient CityThe ed these In his suite and, persons This service Is free, and Includes burg, newspaper publisher and editor -
return to Okeechobee to make their J having to wait for an Interview with
the combination standard and
raising grade extractions, fillings and cleaning, Leigh N. Hodges, newspaper
home the senator will find plenty to Interest
by requiring higher percentageof columnist.
a and It seems a. this we owe to

No. 1 quality fruit. Present regulation moving municipality of the them In the way of Photographs our children to give them the benefit Jacob Rill Is honored on the 1948

Veteran Corner require at least 40 per cent Great King Bros. Circus covers'an and oddities' rOn of any \opportunity to Improve seals because in :July 1907, after re- 4

No. 1 fruit with the remainder No.t area of 12 acres. It. population, accordingte4'theaIest'iirontht1ytenaE thesenator's desk Is a large their celvjng sj litter from ,pepmark bearing . .t
8.b it\.t. ,ivas ,frlv,n tr, him by j.h'&i: ..': J rwt
JJ.._. __" _____ .... } /or a combination grade shipment. i, The faculty ;of the elementaryschool Christmas Seals, which lad been
Harry Hector of Miami when ha. was _
C Many veterans have long been Nearly 90 per cent of all early consists of 600 people, '250 horses' the addition sold in that country since 1904, he
has been.'enrlched by
Governor. He kept It his ;
suspicious of National Service Life oranges shipped during last week elephants,' camels, zebras and wild on sister wrote an article for an American
deaf of Miss Eunice Eiland,
in Tallahassee for four I
Insurance because Congressional law went under a combination grade. animal years Eiland : magazine urging the adoption of the
Eiland Miss
and has now gotten behind it againIn of Rev. C. H. ;
fixed the method of payment of To move their tented enterpriseover Washington. Is teaching one section of the sixth Idea In the country as a means of

death benefits and even limited the 400 DELEGATES ASK the country, King Brothers employ grade, left vacant by the transfer of financing a campaign against tuberculosis
who could be then the first cause of deathin
beneficiaries Into
type These divided
REPEAL OF WAGNER convoys. are Mrs Bayles to high achool.
named. Unfortunately, most veterans the United States
sections the next
NAT'NAL LABOR ACT depending upon grades Let's remember the operetta
don't know that those restrictive to be overcome by the motive power. APPOINTED TODISPENSATIONS Tuesday night Nov. 26, when tht Miss Bissell recalled that article

clauses are now long a matterof a few months later when some doctors .
One convoy Is used to haul the me fourth, fifth and sixth grades present
the past.National Repeal or revision of the Wagner nagerie. Another carries the portable "Cinderella. It promises good appealed to her to help them
National Labor Act w'as urged by
Service Life Insurance stage, costumes, special scenery Harry E: Sharrer of Sarasota, has entertainment. raise funds to continue their care
the 400 delegates, representing more
now just like any other commercial Florida and electrical apparatus used In this been appointed to the Important As has been said before, there are of a small group of tuberculosis
than 6500 members of the
policy, except that its costs are season's colossal spectacle Dispensations and Charters Committee few dull moments In this school of patients In Brandywine, Del Miss

cheaper and its terms more liberal. Farm Bureau Federation as closed King Bros. Circus represents an of the Shrine of North America, Bissell believed that she could raise

Because of the new liberal provisions a two day session here last week Investment of $500,000 with a daily' It was announced last'week by Geo. ours. the needed $300 by selling Christmas

of NSLI, many veterans will end. expense of $3,270. Large as the II. Rowe of Buffalo, N.: Y, Imperial GIRL Seals to her friends and their

want to reinstate their old policies) Adoption of the resolution advo Initial sum may seem it is easily understood Potentate of the Shrine. DADE CITY friends. So she designed a simple

sooner or later, most them will eating the scrapping of the Wagner when elephants are computed In making the appointment, Imperial WINS TANGERINE greeting atamp and had It printedat

want to convert their basic term Insurance Act followed the election of officers at $5,000 to $10,000 according Potentate Rowe, who Is a CROWN SUNDAYBlonde her own expense,

to a more permanent policy. D. R. Igou, Eustls, was reelected to their ability !to perform, and Justice of the New York Supreme Mr. Van Valkenburg, editor and

Here are a few of
asked questions about converting Bradenton, vice-president Mrs. MaryB. I 000 each. The feeding of the menageries "With our membership rapidly increasing old college sophomore from Dade American and Mr. Hodges, author ofa

NSLIi Llns, Vero Beach, women's chair and the people of this great and with $44,000,000 Invested City, was crowned 1946 Florida Tangerine column In that paper, learned of

Q. Is it true that when I convert, man and John Ford of Orlando, executive -I circus Is an item of expense which In our 15 Shrlners' hospitals for Queen before a crowd last of Sunday over Miss Blssell's brave attempt to ralae I

secretary.TIIANKSGIVING. hundreds of dollars\ and perfect 8,000 at Cypress: Gardens ; for the tuberculosis and
my policy costs me more than a reg. only crippled children, it is essential that money:

ular commercial policy? .ystem can accomplish.The we select men of Noble Sharrer's afternoon. threw the weight of the newspaper

A. Just the opposite Is true. All SERVICE IN gigantic canvas hotel occupied caliber to represent ae committee. Sponsored by the Pasco Packing behind her campaign. At the end

XSLI Permanent policies have lower CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH by the circus people Includes the men the 800,000 Shrlners in our 159 Company, world's largest processorsof of the holidays, Miss Bissell was

largest kitchen in the world. A citrus fruit, Miss Sparkman was able to the physicians
premium. and higher caah values Tei.ples throughout North America to turn over
than any commercial policy which "Thanksgiving" Is the subject of force of 20 chefs, cooks and waiters selected from a field of 95 entries. $3,000 Instead of $300. '

can be bought. the Lesson-Sermon which will be serve over 1,800 meals a day. The PROGRAM FOR FLORIDA LEAGUEOF Chief judge of the contest was The following :year, the Christmas

Q. If the premiums are cheaper, read in Churches of Christ, Scientist cooking Is done on huge ranges and MUNICIPALITIES ANNOUNCEDThe John Robert Powers of New York, Seal sale was conducted nationallyto
models Is Internationally
aren't NSLI policies worth less throughout the world on in caldrons and pots of giant proportion whose school for raise: funds for the campaign

heated steam. Since the program for the annual con- famous. the
A. No. Lower premium. are possible Thanksgiving Day. I against tuberculosis throughout
for NSLI because the Govern. The Golden Text Ist! "Let the I majority of the season's performerscome vention of the Florida League of Barbara Pettit, 16, of Daytona: country. Since 1910, Christmas Seals
to be held here No- Beach, was first runner up and Sidney
ment pays the administrative costs peace of God rule In your hearts, from foreign land., Interpreters Helen have supported the tuberculosis con-
called In are carried and the chef. see vember 24-26, was announced this Allen of Orlando and trol of the National Tuberculosis .
and there are no agents' commis to the which also ye are program
week by President E. L. Cole of St. Louise Burrell, 20, of Eustls tied for -
,ions. one body; and be ye thankful" that special native dishes are prepared Association, which had been

Q Is It now possible to name my (Colosslans 3:15). for their benefit. All told Petersburg third Place. succeeds organized In 1904, and its affiliated
and Highlighting the meeting, Cole Miss Sparkman, who
fiancee as my beneficiary Among the citations which com- there are 22 tents in Kingsvllle, .associations.
following within its confines are spoken no announced their would be an address Janet Ruth Crockett of St. Petersburg of the 1946 seal la
A. The holder of an NSLI policycan prise the Le.son-Sermon Is the and The designer
now name any beneficiary he from the Bible t "Make a less than 18 languages and dialects by Senator Spessard Holland and was a last minute entry : Lloyd Coe, Instructor at the Vesper

wl.hes, including his own estate. joyful noise unto the) Lord, all ye It Is a city of many tongues and Hatton V, Summer., member of congress flew to Florida to enter she the Is contest student George School of Art, Boston, who
where a
Q. lint It true, though, that benefits lands. Enter Into his gates with endless wonder.. King Bro., will from Texas. from Tuscaloosa Un'rtnl'j! of Alabama. drew the seal from an Idea suggested
Okeechobee Thursday, Clarence E. Ridley of Chicago, director at the
from NSLI policies are paid thanksgiving, and unto hie courts exhibit In of by Miss Mary Estes, executive
t the daughter
only on a monthly basis with praise be thankful unto him, Dec. 5 at Joes Country Club of the International City Miss Sparkma.i of secretary of the Duval County Tuberculosis
J. Sparkman
A. This la not true. The proceeds and bless his 'name" (Psalms 100 Doors to the menageries will open Manager's Association, will meet Mr. and Mrs An S.older brother, Seth, Association, Florida.

NSLI be at 1 and 7pm. with the city manager group. Attorney Dade City. Of the raised in" Okeechobee -
from an policy may paidIn 1, 4). of the Pasco Packing money
a lump .um, on a monthly basis, The Lesson-Sermon also Includes The big show will start promptlyat General 3. Tom Watson will is'an employee andS sister, JlIaa'beth County 74 per cent la retained
the 2, and 8 p.m. on account of its meet with the city attorney group, Corporation '21 cent Is
or a combination of both the following passage from to Spur- within the county, Led!
Q Commercial Insurance firms Christian Science :textbook, "Sci length The King Bro. Circus early and city auditors clerk., tax collectIng Is private secretary of the turned oevr to the state to help finance
America aftera and assessing officials will be geon Tillman, sales mananger
pay dividends on their policies\ Why ence and Health with Key to the last year returned to state wide activities and five

doesn't NSLIT Scripture. by Mary Baker Eddy five year triumphal tour of South addressed by State Auditor Bryan Pasco organisation. percent la forwarded to the Nation. '

A. NSLI can and will pay divldends "Are we really grateful for the America. Willis the and league's Ray reallocation E. Dugan, chairmanof and aid Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Markham, Mr. al Association to help support Its .

In the future. good already received Then we and and Mrs. Z. K. Williams, Mrs. F, F. work on a national scale.
Brantley for citlea committee
.hall avail ourselves of the ble.aInge Mr. and Mrs. Levi
and Mrs.
of Montgomery City officials from all over the Burr, Mrs. G. C. Durrance
(Veterans wishing question answered we Have, and thus be fitted to Mr. Sallie McKenzie visitors attend Rod Chandler has returned to his
T. T. Coleman, were
liK Okeechobee state will\ be In attendance and Secretary
In this column are urged to receive more. Gratitude Is much Ala., arrived sessions of the, home her from the Fort Pierce hospital
and spending this week E. P. Owen of the league predicts ing the opening
write the Okeechobee News so that more than verbal expression of Monday are Order of the Eastern where he underwent an opera
sister,, of the best attended meetIngs Grand Chapter
with Mrs. Brantley's one
an answer may be obtained from the thanks Action expresses more frat- I here In the organisation's history. Star In Tampa last week. tlon.
Veterans Administration.) itude than speech" (p, 3:22): Mrs. Nora Bachartd.


and Nov. 27-28 Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29-30
November 26 Wednesday ,
and Monday Nov. 24-25 Tuesday '
Sunday ,
"ONE MORE TOMORROW" "SHE WROTE THE BOOK"Part "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes"Margaret
Edw. G. Robinson "SHADY LADY" .
O'Brien -
Forest Rangers"CartoonComedy
Ann Sheridan-Dennis Morgan 8 "King Cartoon
News Cartoon Special

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6y ,
men's ready.to-wear, Shoe, hats.
work clothing, all new Will teur tock of
food* with new modern store building und
-room residence In rear Modern fixtures
flu ore.cen0liQ hll, safe, cash reKliter* and!
ANOTHER STRIKE WAVE The 'Influence of the Radio .nowc..... few days,
WASHINGTON.- Only two labor wn..op';..,. .

leaders have let the eat out of the Jasper Bargain Store
bag but around Christina the na Teacher-Now, Willie, how muchis Jasper, lie

" lion will face Its greatest strike JI 9k1, two times one? WANTED MEN, amazing plan for making -
In Willie-Go ahead! money, over JOO money-making deal,
wave history. fuR or spare time, Folio tree N. StVEBS,
Most labor leaders are not talkIng I Teacher-What do ;you mean "go lit S. Clay; St., Salisbury N. C.
for t. ahead?"
about this before election FOB S"'LE-8mall chenille plant for bedspreads -
fear of hurting the chances of their: Willie (anxiously} Go ahead and Iou.e cOBlI, located near
and tell me how much I get If I Athens, consisting1 of four needle machines
candidates.Not .
particular congressional
one 4-needle' machine, 6 elngle
to John L. Lewis, head ofthe, come up with the right answer! needle machines, 1 Serger and tables
Mine Workers and Walter Reuther. I Box 111 > Alheni, Georlla
head of the powerful CIO Auto d Teacher-For that you stay after

Workers. school. Johnny Smith, ;you were DOGS, CATS, PETS, IJTC.

Despite the fact that Lewis had very poor in ;your reading teat Let PUP I '...b..d. D.wormed. :I mo old,
demanded the end of meat control me see what :you can do, beginning English American 13UI1B Pit,Bulls males malei VOtJ, females(20. females S25:

and wage stabilization; despite the on page 8.JohnnyThe fl.o.ol German Police, wolf grey, large
; $25 females SIS. CngUahShepherds
white cat saw the
fact that the AFL went on recordfor Toy Shepherds Fox Terriers,
the end of all controls. AFL and gray mouse under the tall chair.TeacherThat's Bat Terriers S.O.D.males Approval.Z 617.66. .female S10.

CIO leaders held a series of secret fine. C. VAUOHAN Owlnje, S. C.
huddles after Truman's meat Johnny-Now can I go for the

speech to decide on a new wage Jackpot HELP WANTED-WOMEN

policy. Most of them agreed to soft 00 !MORE Single Women ages 18 to 45. (No
pedal strikes for the moment and Teacher Such children! Minnie others r.a apply*. As eecUonlzer and

see what happened to the price Potter, how do :you spell "apple?" Backers Fin grapefruitWrite hotel accommodationsnear only.:
plant. Sleep 3 to room with private]
structure. -You mean backwards?
bath. Make up your own group for congeniality -
However Lewis who wants to Bates $15,00 week each room and
PILGRIMS OF 1943 . The Pilgrims of 1620 had their "Mayflower." The Pilgrims of 1946, Estonians Teacher-Why backwards? meals Recreation facilities on hotel

be who president wants to of be AFL and Reuther of the and Finns, who want to live In a free country, tradomlnated by any "Ism," bad their "Brill," a 40-foot Minnie-That's the way they spell you grounds to ec"oo Work wages which We will enable "

president motor sloop In which they arrived at Miami, Fla., after a 71-day voyage from Sweden. This group, consisting everything today how to dolt Bush teachPlant
CIO would not hold back. starts Oct. 31st Operation continue
e e of eight men, three women and a three-and-a-half-year-old girl, was the second to arrive In Miami. Teacher Just spell "apple" for through April or May.
SPANISH WAR SURPLUSAs x+ wards. Dan.po.1, Florida

If there weren't enough Minnie (peevishly) My daddy YOUNG INVALID WIDOW, both legs off,
says that If I spell "apple" forwardsI desires neat, attractive young woman, age
headaches In disposing of surplus 18.30, who baa lost a leg; or an arm, as
goods from this war, War won't get anywhere with them. He traveling companion on Euro-

Assets administration recentlyhad says that to get anything across wear tour.artificial Prefer limb applicantniMmonth, (ISO per mo who, sal don l plusall not
to unload some ancient :iiit and make big sales :you got to spell expense AU transportation first cia...
handwriting, stating
it Answer In own age
horse-drawn ambulances used backwards. try resent employment and enclose
\ snapshot to
recent Inexpensive
In the Spanish-American war. Teacher Who's running this BOX H, 4IH Edward Are., Pta, Pa.
The problem finally was school, your father or I?

solved by removing the wheels A 'child Would you mind repeating _MISCELLANEOUS_
and painting the bodies In deli the question? FIREWORKS
cate pastel tints. Presto the -.- MERCHANTS, write; for price list on flr*.
works, pistols and caps immediately.
relics were converted Into gay Teacher This is getting Just too Supply Limited

cabanas and bathing shelters much. Steven Gates, if Kate has two GENERAL Danville TRADING, Va.COMPANY

for seashore resorts. They sold plums and Nellie has four plums _Phew. 43UO_

like botcakesi. how many plums have they together

Steven-Could I ask one question Everbloornlng. varieties, year-old, field
Winston Churchill Is getting more first? grown, 60 choice varieties, free catalog.
and more Irked over reports that he y-Tex Nurseries, Box 034, Tyler, t......
Is the member of the Big Three Teacher-ceminl.

chiefly responsible for sabotaginga Steven-What Is the Jackpot now?
democratic -.- To Have and to Hold!
peace. I|
Originally Churchill had plannedto Teacher (pretty frantic) I'm U. S. Savings Bonds

take plenty of time writing his beside myself. I'm dazed and exas

memoirs spinning them out in perated. I don't know what to do --- ----- --

three volumes to be finished about with you children. '

three years hence. Now however I A Little Girl (who has been on 1MOROLINE

friends say be wants to put out a one of those Juvenile advice hours)
quick short volume to answer -Well. I think your problem SAFETY L\SsJiyi' ]lTBOlEUM 10$

critics. This book would deal with could be solved by relaxing. You

some of the Big Three conferences, needore rest It I were :you I

especially Teheran. *, h would. . '
L 6Mf tid 'COLD BUG GO M? -
Churchill's critics have blamed b Teacher-You children are awful :

3 him for the spheres of Influence There is only one little boy In 'the

agreed upon at Teheran following class who is really Intelligent and HELP EASE 1

which Russia took over most of the G.I.S SOLVE DENAZIFICATION PROBLEM .'. In tae,Bremen area of the American sone'M' occupation whose standing Is high In all sub ,ACHIH5 ,

Balkans, while England took over In Germany, where denazification Is the top project of military officials American Q.I.s, who fought the jects. I am going to call on Jasper CHESTMUSCLES" j tlssn. rr

Greece. war the hard way, have come forth with their own denazification projection. Headed by Sgt. Patrick J. Me- Loobey to show you how to answer

Churchill's friends, on the other rlarty, a red-headed Irishman from Shakopee Minn., the 0.1.5 have formed an American youth club for German questions. Jasper Loobey please _

hand, claim that actually he was boys between the ages of 10 and 17. More than 3,000 applications from German boys were received. stand upl
vigorously opposed to these spheresof RUB ON ? -
... -' A Little Boy-Jasper Loobey isn'there /. /
Influence and threw the Atlantic -
today. His mother asked me
charter in Roosevelt's face.
Stalin to tell you she had to keep him out
however, replied that Britain could : : :' as he had to be on a Quiz Kid hour
have her own sphere of influence ? this afternoon.
and In the end Roosevelt cast his $ 0
weight with Stali (Teacher leaps through the window ;
ti xsrr, screaming, "Wonderful I Perfect
Whether this or Elliott Roosevelt'sversion
That wins you 10 silver dole
is true, remains to be seen lars.)

However, It Is Interesting that the e .

Harry Hopkins inspired stories in 4 y THE REAL NEWS NEWSREEL Sing out for Joy!MILES
the Saturday Evening Post immediately LITTLE PILLS are little

after Teheran dwelt heavilyon AW that ti. old'World' Fair ground i f "!4em of comfort". .
the fact that Roosevelt decidedto A/ifd laxative action for
on Long Island, N. Tf, have been ac.cepfed .
cast his lot with the Russians. U 3i' by the United Nations, will i sensitive digestive! systems .
correctly Interpreted, that decision Trygvt Lit do a fan done? . And to do the Job.They:yttfirm work with enough!
has now backfired. who tht
feu cam-ringing eorue..lonl'. not through
you-and help
. you
. Our
scouts report that feel better. See your druggist! andsingouttorMILESLITTLEPILLs
SHE WASN'T FROM MISSOURIKate Coering concealed that poison in hit .

Smith was so excited she upper tier of chins . Jimmy Bymei CAUTION I Not to be used when
lost her hat and almost forgot on tht radio sounds like. college professor abdominal pain or other symp
her gloves when she called at r trying to impress tht dean. . toms of appendicitis are present.
Lady Windermert halt had Tofu .
may fans, only directed
the White House to launch the
but ut ore not ont of 'em. MOe LaboratorlM. ,Inc., Elkliart Ind.
Community Chest drive and to . .

give President Truman the original Bad News From High Court nM

copy of the Community u11a .
Chest's new march, "The Red 2
Feather." It was composed by According to reports Justice

MaJ. George Howard of the Robert Jackson and Justice Hugo
Black ignore each other and do
army band who accompaniedher. not
even speak as the new Supreme Relief At 'Last

"Gee, It's great to be home court session gets under way.

again, Mr President," said "Neither looked at the other at any

Miss Smith once she got to the time. They sat several seats apart,

White House, gloves and all. and at no time did they speak," For Your Cough
says a news Item.
"You know I am a native ,
- relieves
v/icviuiuuiuu promptly because
Washlngtonlan. PRISONERS WILL EYES TO BLIND . Some 1,000 prisoners In or not, these opposites are deputy This depresses us deeply. If we it toes right to the seat of the-
"Well, I'm" mighty glad to Stateville penitentiary, Joliet, Ill., who volunteered to bequeath their sheriffs of Las Vegas, New can't have unity peace, understanding trouble to help loosen and expel
hear that, grinned Truman. eyes to medical science after their death, that germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
so many blind persons Richard Brasno, 3 feet, inches, and brotherly love on the highest )
"It's a rare occasion when you be able to and heal raw tender Inpamed -
may see again, sign In the
up prison grounds. Only partsof looks at Stewart 6 '
Cyril '
find a native Washingtonian In up feet court in our land, how can welave bronchial mucous mem- \
the "cornea" '
will be used In
subsequent "transplanting" operations 1 Inches. They were assigned to it on lower levels? There is cranes.Tell your druggist to sell you 't
Washington any more. They tell to restore vision, In certain cases of "corneal" deficiency 5 bottle of Crcomulslon with the '
guard war bride daring trial. something scary In the thought of understanding -
me about everybody here Is :you must like the way itCREOMULSION '
the United States Supreme court being quickly
from Missouri. allays the cough or you are
. aiF 'g oA t'2' > no different from the lawyersand to have your money back I
their clients.

Col. Bernard Bernstein, ex-finan 4'J -.- for Couzhs CbestColds
cial adviser to General Eisenhowerat Yt f Ct We had a case all prepared for ,Bronchitis

SHAEF has Just returned from carrying to the Supreme court, in

his first tour of Germany since he fact we had Just christened a new WNU-7 48-48.,j
., carrier to do the job but
retired from the army. Bernstein we phonedour ,
who strongly urged denazification of attorney and suggested that he "

Germany, talked with many Germans take the appeal only through courts When Your
that got along well and the'minute
in Berlin after Secretary of trite .
State Byrnes' Stuttgart speech In eat w he ran into some tribunal Back Hurts-

which he pledged a reunited Germany full of hard looks and cold shoulders
Our lawyer argued back. He And Your Strength and

Bernstein reports that Nazis are ; contended that it might be a breakto Energy I* Belo Par
still Nazis. submit the case to judges not on I* may be caused by dliord.r of MJ.
KT&LU speaking terms. 'Bey function thai nermlla BoUonaue
r art. to aocumulsti For
e a people ,..I tied, W..1r .4 IDIoerabi.many
MERRYGOROUNDCredit r' .boa the klda.,.. tall to "DlO" _
the army with a forthright y'4' The store we study these photographs .at.blood... sad other I waits lllaiter from the

stand on post.exchange money. It is < "% of disorders In Hollywood, You may suE.r nirjfof backache,
turning 22 million dollars of post- the more we expect to hear of a nramatl* pains, h.md.ohw, diasin. .
scene of vlolenco jettlne up nlihts Uf o.i.a SMlllng.
exchange profits back to the treasury \ being called off ? ?* fr*!""* an The fund could have been kept because the photographer was not & ."""'I sod boring Is an-
ready. And of Jtner tbal something Is along vita
a case where
by the army for its own uses, but the klduen or bladder
Secretary Patterson ruled other. 2:: cops who slugged It out with the There. should b*no doubt that pram t

v. se. Unless too many northerners WORLD NURSES STUDY IN NEW YORK More than 100 graduate FOR UNITED NATIONS' LADIES strikers' agreed to do It all over Vms.pin., wiser batter rIIY"oa a ) .

endorse it first, the new nov nurses from China, Italy, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia Jean White displays the United for a "retake." . Snivel.edlalae thaw that os.omathl.g bas woe IOUDlrywfcr.Iw Inonbly apo

el, "Night Fire," should be well re are taking four-month refresher courses on U. S. teaching methods, Nations scarf which will be e ka......Li.-..be".. bM s tried cad frt.ad .
ceived in the South. The author, Ed. medicine, tuberculosis treatment and communicable disease techniques presented to women delegates. "Fifty-one Nations at Waldorfleadline. Get many Dons a-::.Are. at all drug etor.5

ward Klmbrough, a Southerner, at various hospitals In New York City. They will form a nurse The scarf carries the seal of each .
writes of the Soutb's dilemma over cadre that will spread the new knowledge to thousands of other ef the nations In color en white -
social traditions. varies In their respective lands. XINHUA Is footing the bill silk as well as U.N. map. Just Impossible to get rest and DOANSPlLLS "
quiet at any hotel any more.


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Duke McCale, private defective, U en- r 'Okay, boas What's cooking?'" ed to recount Carefully the affair Os rho Moody Bible;I Institute ot Chicago.

tired by wealthy old Miss Bigelow, to I 'Something ; yes but nothing Bigelow as far as it went. Released by Western Newspaper Union,
bar nlece'i Me. >lt you are run down-becani*
/ guard wedding presents.
that I can get my teeth into. I When you're .
he finally paused, she said not the AIk >
Cale there b something sinister .
how Jong the new boom that iiiMBei know there's something wrong, "No Vitamins you
more? Lesson for November 24
JUST In the situation, and so accept B* Scott's Emulsion to promptly
hit sports of every variety though "No kelp brim back
meets Mrs. Sybil Blfelow, the bride's more. near Y and
will last is anybody'* guess. mother Victoria and Stephen Blfelow, "Do you want me to watch out "So far as I can see from where meted Lesson aublaet.-and Scripture texts ae- lamina Good-tutlna and build ret&tane Is *.
and Scott'e rich In
copyrighted by International ;
This Includes baseball, football the bride's brother and sister and Mrs. for anything in particular? we're sitting then, there Isn't any Council of Religious Lducauoni used biermlulon. natural A.4D Vitamins and

racing, basketball golf, hockey, tennis Stephen Blielow, a strikingly beautiful 'No-o-o.' Just keep your eyes and mystery unless It's your Irish Bur energy-buildingnatural today AD dnurKkta.SCOTT'S ell. '
boxing, curling blond woman. Later be becomes aeqnalnted ears open. I won't even give you hunch." PAUL IN ATHENS AND CORINTH

bowling, shot putting ' with Christopher Storm, a noted my reactions to the"Bigelow clan. "Have I ever been wrong?" EMULSION
architect, who Is too Inquisitive to
table tennis, : suit McCale. Then he meets Veronica I want an unbiased opinion from "Oh, you must have been, once or LESSON nXTtl: 172228.: U: '
gin rummy javelin the bride-to-be, an attractive and intelligent you in the morning You're supposed ':! twice. 1-4.; I Corinthian 1 2329. VEAR HOUND TONIC

throwing, bunting, girl, and the bridegroom-to-be, to be guarding those precious "But foundation MEMORY SELECTION For other
I swear' there Is something can no man lay than that 'Is
fishing, automobile the extremely handsome Curt Vallaln- wedding gifts. Miss Bigelow will going on there-some deep trouble. 1.ld. which 1s Jesus Christ,-I Corinthian.

racing or Jumping court, big and masterful. He gives Veronica be expecting you at eight o'clock) I tell you, the whole family has the 3:11. I
through a hoop. a strange, meaningful glance. Ask for her. You'd better run along A ONE PENNY POST-CARD
'jumps. They're shaky nervy-out History repeats itself; in spiritual
Tail end baseball now and get yourself some "grub of sorts. It sticks out like a sore thins as well as In secular events I, enrolls you as a
teams draw over a CHAPTER Put Ann on the line, will you? '
IV'When I thumb. The experiences of Paul at Athens'
million. Many times "The power behind the throne," and Corinth LIFE-TIME MEMBER of the
Ann selected a 'salted nut and bit are peculiarly applies1le
beaten football s Curt began to take his quipped Rocky, "took her royal departure into It with her strong white teeth. to our day, for here he encountered GIFT-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB

teams pack the leave, he doled himself out. Stephenhe at the stroke of six." She said, an amused look In her the very problems which face
Sensational new gift club plan that
stands.' GrantlandBlce treated like a brother Storm as "Just like that? eyes, "What sticks out is that the (and have apparently stopped) the I saves time, money, and eliminate
Promoters, or an affectionate friend. It was the "Yeah. She had a wicked gleamIn church today.
whole family Is crazy about the gorgeous : shopping bother,
others who take credit for this women who bit 'at his heels most her eye when she sealed the note Curt. And he takes the one The cities were not far apart In You're invited! to loin the GIFT-OP-TIOS.

amazing public surge In their own avidly. Miss Adelaide glowed, she left for you. I'll lay odds that with the money He must be quite miles and they were both pagan, but:1 MONTH CLUB,and share us manr thrilliaf -

line 'are merely being goofy. They turned coy. Sybil shook herself out she's up to some deviltry." ahoy," they differed widely in their cultural -! .d..nl.of .... Each selects month,number our committee of

don't even have to be smart or of the sulks, simpered. Victoria "No doubt. Well I'll be seeing and commercial development amely desirable eipern new gift a and novelty
good. Just open the gate. Make It looked at him hotly, and Karen's you In the morning. Don't let any "I assure you he Is. Can't you 'just Athens was the home of a godless I Item,for men,women,.and children These

a dog fight. It doesn't seem to mat eyes kindled with an icy fire. of 'em rattle you Be seeing you. see them all from my description? culture, Corinth was a prosperous ''I *ifc APPEAL and huh VALUE w attractive :
The old lady at wit's end: Sybil
ter. Veronica waited tolerantly, as if Night, now drowning something or other in commercial center known SEND NO MONEY

But there Is ai least one detail she could well afford to do so. He The desk light was on in the outer sherry; Karen cold and lax, takingit out the world for grossly throu'h-I You me, order each month one or more

I that can't be missed. In this country crossed to her finally in his negligently office. In the small, round pool of out on the piano; Veronica daz living. oftheGirrand OF THE MONTH.on NOVELTY a MONEY-BACK.SELFCT10NS
or nation of some 3 million light it threw lay note from Ann What did the gospel
graceful stride. He took her a zled;. Victoria cruel and fighting GUARANTEE. Or you mar order non. atall
square mile and some 140 million hands in his. big and leaningover In such cities? We shall loon see You are not oblnaied to BUY A
ones .
for ; Stephen lost and floundering.Why THING! There .r..b"lueJ! NO DUES
sport-loving people, there room whispered In her ear. She -" I. Godless Intellectuality Meets] OR FEES, neither NOW or EVER.

two major professional football laid her bronze head against the "Of course darling. I see them the Gospel (Acts 17:22.28a: ). AMAZING SAVINGS!

I leagues. massiveness of his chest for a mo all." Paul was alone in Athens. Kej j
The New York Giants proved that had been The idea of this CLUB is to pass the SAV.INGS .
ment. "But what do you think?" separated from his companions -, effected bour QUANTITY PUR.
when, facing doable competition Everyone must have heard her Silas and Timothy (Acts 17: I CHASES, on to you. Since the CLUB buys
from the Yankee and the Dodger "I think you're smitten with this 14), and to await them at in BIG VOLUME, the ::f.a crest
say, . But It's all right now, Karen wench." was Ath-i up to 3}'' in many
they packed the Polo Grounds with darling. All right. I'm so glad-I d ens. While he waited he looked the :, the benefit of:these savings, a* a memC
McCale roared. "Good Lord, are of the GUT.Of.TlIl .MUN1'H CLUB.
their crowd. The Cleveland ':
greatest was devastated" city over and found it wholly given);'
Browne, In the new league, have Victoria's eyes were half-closed, you jealous" Of me? Now, see to idolatry (v. 16), This was no)! JOIN NOW! GET OUR XMAS SELECTIONSOur

passed any expected mark. They mere pencil strokes in her Beards- here- Idle observation of a scientific mlndllPaul's .,pens have already selected their
"If course I'm 'Jealous, you XMAS GIFT ,. Tb.'r. beauties
have set new records above 70,- for it caused sumeetions. -
up face and Karen's spirit to stir
ley only move- ;
' wretch." She waggled a finger at for every member of the family.! As
ment was the tapping of a carmine In him.'It anon as join we will end you a beauafull .
000.So him, then pointed "And here II illustrated'folder' describing these
far in their exhibition and is bad r
fingernail on the arm of her chair. I'm not mistaken comes another a sign when a professed GIFT SUGGESTIONS, so you can order
their scheduled games, both leagues Christian can live in the presence your gifts for your friends and loved ones,
Curt kissed his fiancee. And then
member of our cast. sod have them in time for XMAS. So hur-
have far beyond early expecta of sin and false
gone McCale knew. There was no actingin worship and MAiL YOUR PENNY POSTCARDTODAY
tions. Lights went down suddenly and agirl not be with
deeply moved by it. your name and address
The situation hasn't been so hot In that kiss. This was no embraceIn stepped into the yellow oval of Paul did something about itl! He I clearly ..written or printed on the back.
the animal of .
thundering a Address
several spots, Including Los Angeles way :r.' l I IU Ii a spot. She was dressed In some went into the great daily gatherings
Tarzan. This was not the selling l
hot center-but the silver business so cunningly draped of THE GIFT-OF-TIIE-MONTH-CLUB
-a college philosophers and gave them some
general average has been exceptional power behind perfect merchandise.In of. that It turned her into a shimmer. solid Christian philosophy to work'j FALLS BLDO. MEMPHIS 3.TENN."StoffedUp"NoeHeodachej.
spite of the stories, in spite .
She had wide I
big pillar a raspberry
on. They were curious to know
the man's reputation, he was reallyIn
The Giants could play at least one mouth and dark brown hair more, and when the opportunity
love with Veronica It '
game a season before 100,000 spectators was In his eyes. It was Bigelow.unmistakable with strange lights in it. The saxophones arose, Paul preached the sermon on'I ?
walled and subsided to a Mars Hill. ' .I "'
-if there were room enoughto How could anyone in that ,due to.ellelel ::
moan. The drums were a tom-tom He
park the human frame. found them superstitiously religious -
room not know It?
We still believe, as far as the two accompaniment She stood perfectly but religion does not save. I C
Then the party broke up. It was still a cigarette hanging from .
there Is feared
leagues are concerned, that They even lest they had forgotten
room enough In this country for 18 after that that Victoria laughed de. the corner of her mouth while she some god, so one altar was year miserles ,f. OlD FMM1UT10H
naively, and in passing Christophersaid sang. Her voice .was a husky con starts In t scene's U**" UiUTJ sr IJQvllft
"to the unknown
pro teams, 8 In each league. God" (v. 23). This
slyly, "You big, big fooll! To tralto and she wrenched the lyrics ,Caution Take enl, es directed
Paul his for he
And both leagues can save enough gave opportunity,
give them The Nest Don't tell me from the Into the
to pack a mint by working out the commonplace declared the one true Godunknownto .,
you wanted to. realm of the boudoir It was top-
_ lime arrangement the National and them-as the answer to their
Christopher smiled in a depressed old-school '
notch singing
American baseball leagues have to ( question.
manner, got up and took her arm. exclaimed McCale.
"Wow! The intellectual felt
superior and 50IIOFKIERN5painted
Lights went down suddenly and a
As door
day.The they headed for the Mc.
rivalry of the two leagues girl stepped Into the yellow oval of "That's showmanship What were had an idea that God needed him, ,
Cale heard him "Calm
. has made baseball what It Is. The ," say, your. a spot you saying, my pet, when Love, a kind of snobbery which Is as cur

-v ., ; ,,' ". same Inter league rivalry; with a tor self belongs Vicky ,the my spoils'girl. ,0"'To the vic Walked In?" rent in 1946 as it Was In Paul's day. surftces" like dusting f'f

postseason championship, will be "Rats," she answered. "You're a Marriot reminding him that he was ""That was Shari Lynn." How effectively he disposed of that and yu git all these

Just as effective fo'r pro footbalL taking her to dinner. She had underlined McCale raised an eyebrow Thegirl attitude appears in verses 24 and 25. :
congenital Idiot"Adelaide
In such an event, we could have the final word-dress. had walked out onto the floor They needed God, and without him plus qualities, to*!

results thrown against futile argue Bigelow had been snuffIng He knew what that forecast. It again to take a bow. She acceptedthe they could not draw a breath]

ments. out candles here and there. She meant The White Abbey, the season's acclaim In the same slow, sul- Moreover, the pagan Intellectualthen +Removes yellow discoloration

e I switched off a table lamp and came socially renowned "saloon. try way she had sung. as now would swell with prideas f Dismfecli-Dsodorizei

over to McCale, who stood In the "I hope you won't go into a jeal- he thought of the race and peopleto fSegli
The Two Best Backs He grunted, turned off the desk paint pores
firelight, a dark figure sorting his
whom he
ous rage If I say I think she's got belonged. They were
Several correspondents have writ- Impressions. The old furniture and light,, and went through the quiet -t-Refreihent color ;
something there, said McCale sly superior a master race. Paul
ten In lately, asking if any other trappings seemed to flicker and dissolve Inner office to his bedroom and bathat ly. declares God's truth that all men alllnont
the back. He shaved and show _eee p
football team ever had a pair of In the haif-light. The lire "Not atall., She's got somethingwith are of one blood, and that the nations

backs to match Blanchard and Da. pulsed in the grate. ered dressing automatically, his her, too If you'll look whereshe's are In his hands (v. 26). operation*

'" vii, Army's terrifying football "You won't need me tonight he mind busy In a treadmill of Its own. headed." What they had to do, and what

twins. Let's look at the record, as asked, as if it were finished. He went over the events of the McCale turned and saw the topof the godless intellectuals of our day S GFFw no mixing.'

AI Smith used'to say.Carlisle's "No-I think notshe faltered. afternoon, trying to docket his impressions a curly black head the set o:r need to do Is to seek God in humble sad t no water.
no riniinfy.
"Will you telephone me In the morning In some way, to relate n11
Indians once had Thorpeand unmistakable shoulders. He whispered repentance and faith; then lives can "
?" ( them to the dark omen he had car no drying.America's .
Guyoo-not too bad. Harvard under his breath. become fine and noble and useful
had Mann and Brlckley.: Yale had "Of cours'e" ried away from there. He wished (vv. 27, 32.34). Finest lisjuit! Psiat Cleaner

Coy and Phllbin. Michigan had He. "I shall need you," she said with Rocky were with him now to talk "Curt Vallalncourt' he, mur n. Sophisticated ImmoralityMeets

ton and Boss Weeks. Cornell offers emphasis. She looked older and it over. mured. the Gospel (Acts 18:1-4): .

Pfann and Kaw. Pennsylvania had more haggard la the gloom.He 'He called a cab and rode cross- Ann sighed. "So that's the boy To Corinth Paul came (evidentlystill Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

Hollenback and Manler. Stanford nodded as she followed him town,' deep in the groove of his himself. I can certainly see why alone) without friends or funds.

had Grayson and Hamilton. Notre to the door, mood. They drove up to a row of the girls drop their handkerchiefswhenever Like all well-bred Jewish boys, he To Have and to Hold!

Dame has had many: great pairs-a "I think I should have one of my old brownstone houses which looked he goes b,.." knew a trade. He was a sail maker

longer list than most of the other operators on duty here tonight""Oh deserted, their flat, unlighted frontsa "I'll admit he's handsome" and tent maker Rather than

Minnesota, Tennessee, Alabama no-it won't be at all neces deceptive sepia blank. One of "Handsome, darling, is not the have the ungodly men of Corinth

these and many others-have had sary." them had an oyster-white door.. Mc-, word for It." hinder his preaching by the criticism FOR 6 9A

strong backfield combinations, "-The wedding gifts." There was Cale made for' it "Ann, I'm ashamed Of you. I did that he was doing it for mon

counting only two men. an oh-so-subtle tinge of sarcasm in not dream that girls_" ey, he supported himself.

But we can't locate at the moment his tone. Ann Sizes Up the The minister who Is eager for rich COLDS'MISERIES
"You listen to me Instead. Almost
._ any other combination that She smiled uncomfortably financial return, and who is willingto
SituationAfter man with a lot of Many Are to PENETRO
"They'll be all any moneyis
ranks with Doc Blanchard and right. accept the gifts of the ungodly
well" wait of less dve on the hunt for the best deal he Somebody always seems to have a cold
Glenn Davis In all-around ability and "Very a than minutes that his work may prosper, has
can buy. What's the matter with a in large families, that's why so
destructive effectiveness. "He was outside, In the corridor. Ann came from behind a door closed the door for his testimony to Teeny
mothers PENETKO
woman who's got a few million lying young ] now keep
In making a complete check you'll "Mr. McCale. marked "Powder Room" She was around loose herself many who do not believe. In fact, bandy for quick-acting relief..to clean
come upon these facts- "Yes." slender and smart In a green draped buying a one wonders whether he has any and whit, so pleasant to use-and soeffective

1. Davis and Blanchard are brilliant "You saw the bridegroom. Whatdo affair that ended in a lot of gray gorgeous" piece of freight -like real testimony to give. medicated) PENETKO'S modern-type, ''!
ball carriers, through the line you think?" foam. The gown had no straps that that? In this wicked city, given over to soothe irritated vapors upper breathing of once pa-to

or oat In the open. Both are extremely He hesitated. "Very handsome." he could see and it seemed she He was shocked even though he vice and fleshly pleasure, Paul auras, clear the head,relieve lore throat -

fast. He knew that wasn't the answer might be rising out of it to be with knew she was enjoying his reac made his way to the synagogue and help quiet coughing of colda.

she wanted."Is him' minus the surf she was ridingat tions. PENETRO GIVES YOU the home-
2. Both can throw a pass and both began to preach Christ He rea- approved mutton suet feature; and scientific
can handle a pass. that all?" any moment. soned and persuaded and won some medication rub in to help breakup

3. Both are excellent blockers. "Character? I couldn't: say I They climbed one of the stair- Curt Goes to the for the Lord as he continued with the local congeation and relieve muscular

4. Both know bow to tackle and simply recognize him as a type- cases and were bowed into the dinner Highest Bidder"That's them for a year and a half (Acts soreness ot cheat cold*. And Pen,-
tro keep on working for hour, encour
are strong defensively. one over which I'm not enthusias room by another interior deco- ; 18:11): IIgMl'lJltfulaleep. Many modern mother
5. Both are dangerous opponent tic." M rator. There was a lot of diffused I just it, was his rejoin Paul's letter to the Corinthians 'everywhere are changing to clean,whitePENETROSRUB

against a rival pass "I watched you this afternoon. light In here which made it rather der. "It's 'just the fact that It's reveals the struggle of the believers

6. Both can kick. You are so calm. Don't you ever better, although the white pre- merchandise" that makes it so-so at Corinth to maintain moral \

'.' Both are packed with stamina get excited?" vailed. They sat on one of a number cheap. ards and spiritual warmth: stand-I

and durability and both give all they He chuckled. "I have a very even of semicircular velvet divans "Well, it's perfect" merchandise, city, but It also clearly --

have at every start. Neither Is tem temperament which formed a series of alcoves and any woman- that toe gospel of Christ is

peramental or swelled-headed.; They She looked disappointed, but he around the room. "Women" are supposed to have power of God unto salvation to

happen to be two fine kids who would make no further comment. Theyllnered over the exorbitantly morals. eryone that belleveth" (Rom 1: eV'1

play: the game for the love of It. "Good night." priced dinner, McCale preoccupied "Phooey, darling. What a million even in the midst of sin and

In looking back many years overa "Good nljht." bored by the place. dollars or a real mink will do to a ruption. I

long lilt we can't locate any; team "All right Ann said finally. "It's gal's morals 'just Isn't funny" III. The Gospel Meets Sin-and Is KILL'EM WITH

that had any such pair among its Dinner Date at not so hot-but I had to fee it." She'd stuck her chin out with that Victorious (I. Cor. 1:22-25): .

backfield talent, not for a few games The White AbbeyAs "What do you really think of it?" last observation and McCale The wisdom of this world-for

but through the greater part of dull. However couldn't resist the temptation to which Athens stood In a special way Gt 5100
-'It's fascinatingly-
three hard seasons.. he walked crosstown, he felt take advantage of it -becomes foolish in the eyes of / ,
that's what it will be like when
strangely disembodied, like someone "I'll men, as it Is already in the sightof t
When you've seen Blanchard and me. Your week will beaU get you a platinum fox, he ON
you marry SiS
coming from the theater-a God, when It stands up against q USEDQYEARS
Davis turned loose on some fieldyou've mapped out for you. I'll wantto said with a perfectly serious ex.
theater where one had seen a queerly the gospel (read vv. 18.21).
looked the best that pression.
upon dress up one night and go out -- -
football has ever had to offer. disturbing drama. to the place of the, moment; a regu- "You'll do nothing of the kind" The preaching of the cross, wtflch)
On impulse he entered the first looks foolish to the worldling (v. 23),
I I I she flared then
lar night for the movies; then we'll up, suddenly dis-
drugstore that be saw. He dialed the wisdom and the of God
Is power ,
have to take in all the good plays; solved Into convulsive laughter,
Abput Bob NeylandBob the Bigelow number, waiting impa- and by it men are saved. in min inn in nm n I
maybe go It was true, however that
tiently until he heard Miss Ade- Curt Whether Jew or Gentile, whether
laide's voice. "Which leaves Vallalncourt, that highly salable
seeking signs or wisdom, whether"upandout"
General Neyland, an old Welt Point. "On second thought," he said, "One night a week for me to sit male, was going to the highest bid of
by way pagan
er, left his coaching 'job In 1942 for "I've decided that it is necessaryto by the lire at your feet while you der on'' Saturday next McCale Intellectualism or "downandout"by t vr

army duty.It have my assistant In your house discuss the Intricacies of your'lat. thought of the clairvoyance that bad of immorality-no matter

was generally accepted that It tonight. A Mr. Bjorkland. He will est case. Yes I know. You're full made him sure only that afternoonthat what way man' race, or his problemthe -
would take Neyland or so of the blasted Blgelows' Tell the man was truly in love
a year report to you at eight Good night now. with answer la in the gospel whichwe ,
to rebuild a winning team againstthe again." me all." Veronica Bigelow. It hardly are privileged to teach and 1 \

.' powerful opposition the South He hung up before she could "I hope that's only your way of seemed credible now that he saw preach, for It is the gospel of .1

always offers. But In his first acquiesce or demur. Then he called telling me that'you're burning up him here In a tete-a-tete with Shari "Christ the power of God and the Lore.aettNaartarl aa.esaeeon .1i i

year back we find Neyland's volunteers his own number Rocky answered. with curiosity." Lynn. But there they ..ere. a table wisdom of God" to all who are w Ilium III SILT U tlltITU w

heading the Southern parade, "Hello, Rocky I want you to "And so I am." or two away, deep In conversation called him. 0 U Mil III!ITIIII s n lift M instil plw I

at least i stride In front of, Wan,. spend the night at the Blgelows." He lighted a cigarette and start I" S (TO BE: CONTINUED) by ;.im tin it, junmnu niitiif I

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worth fighting for and the contest ity of the people come out to Note NOTICE '

Qfkeedtn} ee efu9 should wax warm from now on. they will vote the Democratic way : .

To the 'man on the street, concerned In support of the liberal domestic At a regular meeting of the City Rose Bushes

Pobllahtd Every Friday ky ... with making hit own living, the find foreign policies: of Franklin D Council held on November 4, 1946,

+ Okeechobee Newt C... at Olueehe whole thing looks like a tempest Ina Roosevelt, provided those the following. names were ordered 65c each
Pink Radiance _____ ________.
Fluids stricken from the Registration Books
Okeeehabe County, ,
teacup. He Isn't concerned very c'oar'y enunciated and adhere1
of the City of Okeechobeo, Florida) Red Radiance _..__..._---_..65c each
iKTANT BOWDEN ......... door ruch one way or excect to

t SUBSCRIPTION BATB that he does feel that the law should I shall lose many close personal! Ralph Bond No. 1-2 years old Stock
Berka '
One Year In advance ... .. . "$.3.00Six be strictly followed and the constitution friends In the Senate who were defeated Basil Olga Bowden For Delivery First Week In December

Month In advance .. .. ...ICO adhere to. -Senatorl Guffey, Walah,
Hazel Bowden
Three Months In .dvanc..l.00 We have Mr. Fraser'a assurance Tunnell, Mitchell, Murdock, Huffman Mrt B. O. Bowden Supply Co.
that he wllrte hand ready to
{ Advertising bill are payable en the on -at well at many members of the Albert Berka
tit of each month. Partite ink-newt) t* snatch Mr. Gay't chair out from un- House whom I have come to know 11
> advance. .
publishers required to par a Roscoe Ban .
der him 'on January 7 and possibly during the years for their steadfast
Mildred Bait
Intend ai second elate matter Jmtr Into hit headto
Mr. Brown take it
1. 1814 at tke Poet Office la Ok aek may devotion to our common Democratic Paul BurdeshawRosa
FU.. nndet' Act ef Mar. .. 1187,. journey to Tallahassee on the
bee. policies I rejoice in the victory of Coati Coachman "" 'l.illill.JI.I.JI.ltJII\tllf.JT1I.: \ .lIIIWllln"n'J'n'n"J'_ '''''''''''''''
same date with the view of unseating friend
colleague and Senator
J. J. Crlner
Too Late To Classify Senator King.What's Kilgore, of West Virginia, for whom Corlne Grlner IN BUYING PROPERTYOR

8v RUSSELL KAY the pitch, Mr. Umpire t both Senator Holland and I campaigned E. D Harris

:t vigorously during the eloi- J. R. JohnionFranoti I
' Immidlitely folltwlne the Kovtm Ing days ef the election drive Lee INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
b.r elution, Governor Caldwell In a Very Truly Yours If we look to our own history for C. C, McCainK SVRE THE, : TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE

. the to Senator Ed frtitr, nomlnt* any leisont, we know that a Repub-I E, Mclaughlin t AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY

" of State Dimocritlo Committeeand Dear Friends lican victory' In 1918 brought us Inflation Julia McMullenL.

elected to fill the unexpired followed by depression and K. McMullen
Republican Party has captured
term of the late J. M. Lee ai state the two Houses of Congress by Isolation. I earnestly hope that the Georgia Powers ij Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.

comptroller, stated that It wat his definite leaders of the Republican party will 0. L. Pippen n
majorities That Is the one
opinion that Fraser could not legally also read history and will not take Mrs Osle Raulerson L. BARBER, Manager
fact of This
we, none us, can escape.
be appointed "r elected to the office the country again down that tragic F. E. Rambo
election seems to repeat the pattern } i9CtG1S33.13JSi3< :>;:!ihL'hM4)t9tD4ttLtf.) : ) OS:!mID t1 t0) ltlltl _
because he was a member of the road. But I sorely fear that there Roy R. RaulersonO.
after World War I, when the Repub-
: 194S legislature which Increased the licans first won the House of Representatives are hard daya ahead for the people L. RaulersonL. t

: office salary from $7,500 to $9,000 both here and broad. I have already A. Roebuck
In 1918, and elected
a ye.r.In noticed that the Republicansare Elsie Roebuck
enough Senators to prove an effec- ,
view of this fact the Governor tive block to President Wilson's talking about tax cuts, but have Josie Sanderfur CASH REGISTERS

I said It wai hit Intention to declarethe plant for a permanent peace organ not come to grips with the recession John Sharlck

office of state comptroller va- ization. which every responsible official anr* Katheryn Spencer SERVICED BOUGHT & SOLD

cant and he would appoint Clarence I business man know It Immediatelyahead. Jack Spencer
am lUre that many of the same
Gay to the post on January 7. "Un- elements that led to the Republican And from European capitals Ollie C. Turbyfill Repairs To All Makes

der the plain wording of the constitution victory In 1918 contributed to their we already note signs of worry overa HUGH CHANDLER,

," the Governor said, "I am change In American tariff and President City Council' ,

convinced that you cannot legally be victory uine letdown In 1948.after There the war.was a People gen foreign economic policy which may Attest City of Okeechobce, Fla. The Craft Shop

appointed or elected to the office of were tired of controls and of minor threaten the whole structure of LORENA) "
state comptroller during present world trade just when the world PEARCE, City Clerk
your vexations Incident to the conduct of, Phone 693 - - Ft. Pierce
term ai a member of the legis the And needs most to Increase the volumeof
war despite great prosperity PROCLAMATION
I .
lature. the of the trade.I I
and by virtue of
Eraser's eligibility was questioned people were caught between controlsand am confident, however, that the
the provisions of the Charter of the
during the heated campaign for the shortages the hand and election results will bring about a
on one
City of Okeechobee, Florida, it it the
nomination when the state democratIc the other. strong movement to re-unite the lib-
rapidly rising prices on
duty the Mayor to proclaim and
executive committee met In Jacksonville i But the most Important elementIn eral forces of the nation and force
call General
City Elections at the
and at that time several the Republican victory, I believe, them, In the face of a growing emer- time and In the manner provided Immediate
prominent attorneys expressed theI Is the failure of sufficient voters to gency, to bury their minor differ- said City Charter,

I belief that Fraser could not hold the come to the poll. on November 6th. ences In a great effort to rebuild
office under the constitutional provisions While there It still no final and official I the Democratic party Into the militant Raulerson
Mayor of the City of
, There were others, however tabulation of the votes In all democracy which was Invinci- '
Okeechobee, Florida, do PRO- 30Gal. Automatic
Water Heaters Oil
I who contended that he could doI the states, the newspapers estimate ble under Franklin D. Roosevelt CLAIM and DECLARE that GEN- -

I so providing he did not draw the Increase that the total vote fell below 35 mil- When the people tee the real character ERAL CITY ELECTION by the a duly Battery and Electric Radios

In salary and so the controversy lion. Thus, despite the much higher of the government they will
qualified electors of the of
has raged ever since. registrations which to much impressed get under Republican rule of the 50-lb. Ice Boxes
Okeechobee, Florida, be held at the
Governor's state wherever I went during Congress, they will turn again to the
Disregarding the me City Hall In laid City, during the Pedestal & Floor Electric FansTricycled
ment Senator Fraser announced this the, campaign, millions of registeredvoters Democratic party. But the Demo- regular hours of voting, to-wltt

week that he would be in Tallahassee failed to cast a ballot.It cratic party must be ready to m from 8:00 o'clock A. M. until Sun- Power Lawn MowersHumphries

January 7 to take over the postof It worth emphasizing this fact, the test and it must be without down on Tuesday, December 3, 1946,

comptroller to which he was for what appears as a Republican compromise the real voice and cham- for the purpose of electing the fol-

, elected and that ho would have a landslide because of the number of pion of the people. The safety of lowing officer to serve as such, for Tire

public statement when he receiveshis House and Senate members electedby the future here and throughout the the two years beginning on the first

certificate of election from the that party, don not actually represent world lies In not less democracy, Monday in January, A. D. 1947, and

!"a" state canvassing board. such, a great difference In but more. The anti-democratic forces until their successor have been & Appliance Go.
have won a battle, but not'a v ._,
tho total votes of the two parties
If the Governor la right In his Polition ( duly elected and qualified:
; and most legal authorities I estimate, on preliminary figures,, war. The people have not had 1. Mayor Corner Orange Ave. & 4th St. '

: contend that he Is, then Gay will re- that a five per cent shift in the total enough of democracy 2. City Clerk FORT PIERCE FLORIDAAnnouncing

main In the comptrollers office for vote-and of course, much less Very truly yours, 8. Five City Councilmen ,

the next two years, but it Is a question In many Congressional districts- CLAUDE PEPPER. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have

that the Supreme Court will would have resulted In a Democratic hereunto let my hand at Mayor of

probably be called on to decide and victory. Sales on the Arcadia Livestock the City of Okeechobee, Florida, and --

In view of a previous opinion In the 1, therefore, do not share the discouragement Market last week totaled $10,67303 caused the corporate teal of said

with of many of my friends for 282 head of cattle, it was reported to
Wlsehart case and the situation city be hereto affixed, and the|
regard to Senator King the uestio about the future. While many of by market manager John D. same attested by the City Clerk this

has far reaching possibilities. the results dismay me as they do Kelly. Prlcei were firm and the de- 29th day of October, A. D. 1948.

Judge Wlsehart of Miami was a everyone else concerned witn the mand good for cattle at the Kissim- H. H. RAULERSON,

n-ember of the legislature that increased welfare of our country, T am still mee Livestock Market during the Mayor of the City of

the salary of circuit judges convinced\ that when a gttat major- same period. Okeechobee, Florida.

from $5,000 to $6,000 per year, being Attest LORENA PEARCE,

appointed to the office by Governor City Clerk
Holland. (City of Okeechobee Seal) I The removal of our office from the

Taking the same position he did

relative to Senator Fraser, Governor NOTICE SELL OF INTFVTION LAND TO building
we formerly occupied to
Caldwell questioned the eligibility NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section'! 13 (I). I hapter
Wlsehart to hold the office and declaring AUTOMOBILE PAINTING >11. Lows of Florida. Arts of 1041.

it vacant appointed N. Ver- of and Florida.Section' Acts 07. Chapter of 1931' 14717.ks amended Laws our New Office in downstairs of

non Hawthorne to the post. The hy Section 11. Chapter 20858, Laws of _
Florida Acts of 1041, sad also pursuant
court In this case decided for Wise- to Section'! 42 Chapter 20722: the Masonic
and Fender Laws of Lodge Building
hart who still holds the office. Body Straightening amended by Florida Section Acts 19, Chapter of 1011 22079 st

Take the case of Senator King. He laws ot Florida. Acts of 1943, and
Section 44. Chapter 20752 Lows of
announced as a candidate and ran Florida Acts of 1041 as amended by
Wrecks Rebuilt Section 21 Chapter 22079 Laws of
the office of State Railroad Commissioner
1+Florida Acts of 1943! the following
at a time when he was a .Inscribed lands In Okeechobee Countr,
Florida towitsLots DURST'SLaundry
member of the state senate and did Seat Covers Installed 1 to 16 Inc. Blk, 3, City; of '
not resign at senator, Senator King
Lots 2' 3. 4 and T to 12 Blk. 103, I
was elected to the Senate In the City of Okeechobee.Lota .
3 to 6 Inc. Ulk. and
37 First
Fall of 1944. Like Judge Ad'l to ;,4. i)lcelu'',
term as a member of the legislature Glass Installed Lots 1 to 6 Inc. Blk .18, First
Add to S. Okerchobee.
don not expire until 1949. On Lot 8 to 0 Inc, and 0 to 12 Inc. Dry CleanersETTA
or about the first of July 1945, the Bit 3ft, First Add. to 8, Okeecbo-
salaries of the members of the State will be- offered for tale at puollc oat-
budgetary err for the r beat cash bid,
Railroad Commission were, by v.tt..1:
subject to the the Board of
manipulation, Increased from Commlsilonera of Everglades Drainage f DUFFEY
,- District and/or Board of County Mgr. Phone 156
$5,000 to $6,0000 per year, while J' Commissioners of Okeecbobee County
Senator King held office and tae Florida to reject any and all hide, I.
nt the Courthouse. beginning at 10:00 .
senate of which he was a member o'clock A M on tbe Hitn day of December .
1940, Easement for drainage -- -
t voted the usual appropriation. and reclamation and road purposes
Second man In the race for rail- WHEEL ALIGNING \\11I' be r.ned.
road commission In Senator King'sgroup OF EVEKGMDE3 DRAINAGE -
was Fred W. Brown of Tampa, : DISTRICTBOARD
and BalancingOKEECHOBEE and
and many feel that he It entitled to OF COUNTY COMMISSIOVFKS .
hold the office because of the constitutional : COfNTY.: FIOItmA
provision which would By MABEL P. RAULERSON. I
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of I
aeem to make King Ineligible. Okeecbobee County, Florida,
for said Bosrilt.
at agent
the Caldwell-Gay-Fraser
Now that
By Connie W. Raulerson.
squabble has developed and appearsto Deputy Clerk AND APPLIANCE

be 10 backlashed and bawled up

that it will take action ot the Supreme NURSE LOSES FAT SERVICEALL

Court to straighten it out interest -
in the cases of King and
'elwf"'". uvda.eWdleR .
Wlsehart li revived.If

Gay remains as comptrollerthen MOTOR CO. p1blI r
It would appear that Hawthorneand 1c --.i

Brown would have something to

howl about now and and January developments 7 should between -".fl New Radios Available Now

prove interesting. SALES lif!||| SERVICE .Z TT.tTDI

Brown has made no claim to date, Electric and Battery
l before..sd snssi dullo tile
U =
but In the face of the Fraser-Gay TIRES PUROIL =: .. rit=.....

affair he may be tempted to do 10 LOCATED
rr-JO:r:= IN
Anyhow It looks ae though we are "Where Service Is A 1.......Ya..r NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG.

In for a fight with several juicy jobs
hanging In the balance. $6,000 to Fact"I DRUG SUNDRIESTear
out this Adv at a reminder.
9,000 salaries are hard to get and I

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o.' ooooooooooo
I candidate for reelection to the officeof
N. 4vd ">4 "Soul and Body" I II the subject of Mayor of the City of OkeechobeeIn
the Lemon-Sermon which will beread the Election to be held Tuesday,
WANTED In Churches ot Christ, Scientist December 2.

HOUSE OR APARTMENT WANTEDBy throughout the world on Sun- H. H. RAULERSON.FOR jvE.RA 'ROt
permanent couple. Call The day, November 24.
Okeechobee Kewi.WANTEDSmall. I The Golden Text 1st "I beseech MEMBER OF TILE CITY
you therefore, brethren, by the COUNCILI
gentle, well train mercies of God, that ye present take this opportunity to announce SUMMER ,1. .
ed Shetland pony, for 5 year old I your bodies a living sacrifice, that I am a candidate for ,
: child. Write stating ilte, ace and wholly, acceptable unto God, which City Councilman for the City of "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS" '
price to R. L. Beatty, Babson Park, is your reasonable service" Romano Okeechobee in the election to beheld
f( Florida. 12:1): ). Tuesday, Decenber 3. I will
LOST I Among the citations which comprise appreciate your vote and support. 135 ROOMS 130 BATHSMILL
the lesson-Sermon Is the following CONNIE W. RAULERSON.FOR .
LOST-(One lemon and white pointer i from the Bibles "For wt CVCKTAtL .LOUNG
named Marti and one brown and know that If our earthly house of MEMBER OF THE CITY
whit pointer named Flonlt. Liberal have a building ot God, an house COUNCIL BADIO ttUORBflCBNT LIGHTING HJKTBIC FANS '
reward H, W, Jordan, Phone 12T, this tabernacle be dissolved, w* I take this opportunity to announce r ,.
Fort Pierce, Ito not made with hands, eternal In the that I am a candidate for f ....$ .... 11111011 C.UIU' ........ YawlM* 1NIy. '

heavens" (II Corinthians Bil: ). the office of Member df the City M IYBRY BOOM
I The lesson-sermon also Incudesthe Council In the election to be held

HELP WANTED-Reliable woman to I following passage from the Tuesday, December 8. I will appreciate SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS
board two children, age leven and I Christian Science textbook, "Sci the vote and support of every
four montha old. Good pay. Box ence and Health with key to the one. -
961, Okeechobee, Fla. scriptures" by Mary Baker EddYI; Rod Chandler
"Paul said 'Walk In the Spirit, and '
FAMILY lATE PIeUtatiO::: Ad : 2510
FOR RENT ye shall not fulfill the lust of the FOR RE-ELECTION AS A MEMBEROF TW ,
I flesh. Sooner or later we shall TilE CITY COUNCIL
FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment man's Location: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach V. S. No.
John Raulerion. learn that the fetters of I take this opportunity to announce on 1 Highway
finite capacity are forged by the that I am a candidate for reelection 2 Miles from Ocean via Nearett Bridge
Illusion that he lives In body Instead -
FOR SALE as a member of the City
1 i of In Soul In matter Insteadof Council In the election to be held

FOR SALE Fat young roasting', In Spirit" (p. 223:2). Tuesday, December 3. I will appreciate .
and frying duck, price 25 cents pt'r' your vote and support.
pound live weight Roasting hen Merit exists without high position, BRAD THOMAS .
and fryer retail and wholesale. but no one can reach high position
COUSARTS POULTRY FARM, without some merit-La Roche'fou.cauld. FOR RE-ELECTION AS A MEMBEROF .

Okeechobee, Florida CITY COUNCIL
--- .
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for re-election as a memo
VETERANS! E re's how to ber of the City Council in the City .
: Election to be held December 3. I
will appreciate your vote and sup .
convert; your GI Insurance: port. .

o Visit or write your neorec' VA office end get FOR CITY CLERK WRITE WIRE PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS

application blank. I take this opportunity to announce
that I am a candidate for re
election to the office of City ClerkIn P. O. BOX
(?4 the election to be held December L

3, 1946. I will appreciate your con
tinued vote and support.

wish to announce that I am a
candidate for member of the City ww'- -. r.w+w w t+w.w t.w+, wfi!

o Fill out application, choosing from SIX Council in the City' Election to be
held in Okeechobee Tuesday Dec-
insurance plans
permanent cember 3, 1946. I will appreciateyour

\.IF6t .? .'50 p/'lMEN"FE ODWM? ANT? vote and support
ROINA0.Y \\f
4MW "(
) "1.0

..ENOOwM65 ? wish to announce that I am a
AZ 'u candidate for reelection as a memberof
the City Council In the City Election
to be held Tuesday December 4,
I will appreciate your vote and sup

a Select your Beneficiary( unlimited choice) port. Z. K. WILLIAMSFOR /' /

and Mode of Settlement ( lump sum pay'tor '- ,

choice of three income settlements ) MEMBER OF THE CITY

take this opportunity COUNCILI to announce

that I am a candidate for the officeof
Member of the City Council In
the election to be held Tuesday, December
8. I'will appreciate the vote
and support of everyone.

0 Pay your premium...monthly, quarterly, COUNCILI 'i

semi-annuolly or yearly. take this opportunity to announce Oi"a
that I am a candidate for the officeof
.Member of the City Council In

+ ( elf the election to be held Tuesday, December
s 3. I will appreciate the vote
and support of everyone. WOHDEBFDLUMP 4
GLEN DAVIS '"a was not important source of v <

e light,'but here at'the Florida,.) '
..FOR MEMBER OF THE CITY -i' t Power and Light Coaany.wet#

COUNCILI Y ,certainly could use;it; today!j
take this opportunity to announce According to the Arabian Nights'. xys
that I am a candidate for the office '
tale,a rub of the landjiBumrjioned,4
You have eight years from date of issue' to convert your of Member of the City Council In ''w -Y -S .37 y a slave who intarrf g xetff ;

GI term policy if issued before Jan. ., .946-five yearsif the election to be held Tuesday the,vote December ; any wish. Today wewculd 8. I will\ appreciate
issued later. Meanwhile, DON'T allow your present and support of everyone.J. : '' t a large order for Jura' jt.100; tons;,

policy to lapse. 0. PEARCE, JR. '' of copper wire, 'a:foresl'bfjlijghtv ,
poles, tens of'trU. 'yatS l?!S'ot'

..."v"e,:,...... The Taylor County Chamber of f' insulators, and Sat. ;
Commerce Is conducting a survey of ; transformers.While *

From where I sit ...fy Joe Marsh to Florida determine cities public, using reaction parking to meters them s this criticalBrfaWls
and reports that !they are acceptedby ,' causing delays,we e i i.e
5 the public and prove profitable f semcetonewcxistocqlew' ist'as'

. ')' How to I to the cities as a revenue source. I I 3i'tve rapidly as rrlatezials sill ei fit at

e ; Stop Worrying The Registration NOTICE Books for the
City of Okeechobee will\ be open In ,
r >
I guess folks In our town do about hour" after 'dinner, and gets his the office of City Clerk at the City :' ,
in concentrated Hall in the of Okeechobee beginning
M much worrying as In.ourl-Onr worrying over one City .
housing and prteei, and crops, and period.When that's over,he relaxes November 13 and continuinguntil %
Jobs-and the little domestic problems over a friendly glass of beer with midnight November 22. All who
that are always coming up. Ma Hosklns-and they talk about expect to participate in the coming ldllT .Tx '
Dad Hoskins, who's lived to the pleasant! things together, until bed City Election must be registered. , FLORIDA PO1Y} (OUA T ; >&

happy age of eighty, has a simple time. LORENA PEARCE,
formula for stopping worry.About From where I sit,that's aa work. Clerk City of Okeechobee,
every problem, he asks himself: Is able a formula as you could find >,. Florida
about It! right dowel to the mellow glass of
there anything I can do t
If there 'Is, he never postpones beer that seems to wink away your Starts Relief ln'6 Seconds' ' : : :4 9 _,,, I
making a decision,or taking necessary worries from AI16 usual,tis i/ / I' : "%,_

,If there action.Isn't anything he can do c9 1l1-fYlaA.4I. +cc lll x '

about It, he sets aside a "worrying ( 1 COLD''''AUTi 'Je
4TAILT$ oa
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I SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS Public Loses $200,000,000Year

by AbsentmindednessThe

1l o lt>>"lONlBTowt American public loses
r ?u/oulIz/td)1LnpePJIai&'h ap.
(nosing proximately $200,000,000 a year by

-' .... leaving, through death or absent
Pattern No, 8090 comes In sires 19.: It, mindedness, real estate
R N 18, 18 and 20. Size U, jumper, S'i yardsof unwilled
M.Inch; blouse, long sleeves Iii yards and without legal claimants, unclaimed
of 35 or 39.lnch.SEWING bank balances, and stocks
am e fa WASHINGTON and bonds in safety-deposit vaultsas
CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. well as securities which their
By Walter Sh.adWNU (30 South Well St. Chlciio T, m. owners believe to be worthless
Cesre.eed.i Enclose 25 cents In coins for each because the companies have
pattern desired.
Pattern No atxe-. ceased to exist, says Collier's.

WNU Wttblafie SutftttMH \ I Ihi Nam-_ But strangest of all are the un
*>. St., N. W claimed winnings at race tracks
Addren which, In 1945, in New York State)
Removal of Price Controls alone, totaled more than $200,000.

Means Peoplo 'Surrendered' .

Early Fire DepartmentDid r Brings MIGHTY 'FAST

(, FROM THIS vantage point In the you know that ancient Rome Long-lasting Relief In

,where' the objective, reporter was the first city to have a fire

can view with detachmentthe department? Seven thousand per.
unravelling pattern of the naonal .
in it. A fire
sons were
picture, there often comes the
chief rode to the scene in a chariot IdICOUGHSto dt COLDS .
urge to cast aside the tenets of
1 ? ; 'r ? t tlam tFa reporting and to write just that and a fire marshal set up a courtof

f Yfi+ I sa which wells up within . the con. inquiry before the flames died RUB ON .

4 ctlons which form . the certainties down.
r'R borne into our conscious-
u ui less by the revelations which cane

> seen here In Washington as fromno
other place In the country.

For centered here, usually with
clashing but crystal clearness, arethe (1

alms, desires, machinations and
onnivances of the many facets of

our national economy . Individ- U58090 h NS Sr CNIV'S
ually and collectively dashing them. CNMArF
elves in conflict against the one

bulwark set up for the protection A CLEVERLY styled jumper

of the masses of the American peopie with side-swept closing and t

Start the Day Right With a Good BreakfastSee . the federal government broad shoulders to accent a neat

( Recipe Below) When that bulwark gives way, trim waist. Team it witha youthful : srx.

hen the people of America give high necked blouse. l ( I Ny

Breakfast Breads LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS way for our federal government
IS 1 the people. And this reporter be

How'i breakfast Interest at your Shrimp Creole with Rice Neves sincerely that the people

home these days? Does everyone Green Beans with Celery and the government have surren.

look forward to Perfection Salad dered, In the recent' meat crisis, ,
sitting down for to the same forces of reaction . .
'Sally Lunn Beverage ,
breakfast be. Sliced Peaches Cookie to the same princes of privilege S '
cause mother is who brought about the cataclysmic
Recipe Given depression of the 1930s. k't,?
lure to have d
Place linens on the shelf with
tome fluffy hot 7 The difference . then we were
that at
the big fold to the front so
bread that they 7 / sprinkle with topping and bake in ahot a land of plenty but the forces of the number of
see Fresh
a glance you can active yeast' right to work
reaction had robbed the people of .
can smell baking (400 degrees) oven for about 20 pieces of linen on the shelf.

while they're goIng minutes Cut in squares and serve the means . the money with -.- No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give sweeter,
through the hot which to buy food and commodities.
finishing touches of bathing and Topping for Sally Lunn. Today we are a land of plenty, with A strip of cloth or tape sewed tastier bread flavor-light, smooth texture-perfect

dressing? Or, is the family anxiousto H cup brown sugar money bulging the pockets of farmers just inside the edge takes the bruntof freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-always useFleischmann's

scamper through breakfast without 1 teaspoon cinnamon of workers, of most everyone, wear off trouser. cuffs.
- active fresh
Yeast with
giving it so much as a sniff? 1 tablespoon melted butter but the forces of reaction took away ,
If the latter is the case, then sit Combine brown sugar and cinnamon food and the commodities upon To bold a stained spot tight while the familiar yellow label. Dependable rte

down right now and do something blend with butter. which to spend it. Either way the trying to remove it from a cloth, for than ,
more 70 yearsAmerica'stested r ry.1
Irastlc about it. You may have too Corn cakes are a variation of pancakes people suffer.Artificial use embroidery .hoops.
without bacon and sausage, and are especially good on favorite.
those breakfast standbys, but the ingredients cold, hard-to-get-up mornings. Make Shortage Overcast seams of rayon, silk,
required for breakfast them nice and thin and serve with That this meat famine was dellb- or wool to keep them from ravel-

breads are available Let them give honey or syrup. erately manipulated is proved by ing. They can be overcast togetheror

you a lift for that important first Lacy Corn Cakes. the fact that the day after controls each edge separately as pre- frf-itF'

meal of the day. Your family can't (Makes 40 cakes) were forced off, stockyards over. erred. Do not draw threads too ;l

resist light, fluffy rolls with the 1'i! cups yellow cornmeal owed with beef and hogs and sheep tight. .

tangy smell of cinnamon and rais 1 teaspoon salt at t record high prices. The short-

ins, or light and hearty pancakes.Bran 2 eggs, well beaten sighted farmers who participated in
is a good food item for any 2 cups milk this conspiracy, this "strike"

day of the week, but it's especially 4 tablespoons melted shortening against price control, will not gainIn 1teau /4. t&e 7 isle to \ y

good at breakfast when served in Combine cornmeal and salt. Combine the long run. As meat goes up, S . . 1I
these tasty muffins: > eggs, milk and melted shorten- prices of other farm produce likely '
!"' Bran-Molasses Muffins.Hi ng. Pour in cornmeal and stir until will go down and most surely pricesof RETREAD WORN TRACTOR TIRES

b cups flour well combined. Bake on a hot griddle the commodities that farmers buy

1 teaspoon baking powder stirring batter each time before will rise and stay up for some time. ,

% teaspoon baking soda removing a spoonful Serve while The national administration, with
1 teaspoon salt hot. the overwhelming support and consent -

l H cup molasses 1 H cape sifted all-purpose' flour a gradual and orderly conversion

!?. cups bran 2 teaspoons baking powder from war to peace In the process

1 egg, slightly beaten 34 i teaspoon salt ot[ adjustment . and this spirit t"es

2 tablespoons melted shortening !4 teaspoon macetablespoons of orderly change was Intended to
e sugar give every citizen a better oppor-
Sift flour once; measure; add
2 tablespoons shortening tunity within his own limited
soda salt. Sift
baking powder, and
1 egg means and economy to enjoy the
again. Add milk, molasses and 34 cup milk better things, the higher standardof
bran; let stand until most of the
living It meant waiting a while
liquid Is absorbed by the bran. Add Sift dry ingredients. Cut in shortening
add for those things, but the waiting
and melted shortening which
egg .. would have been worth while.
beaten and
has been slightly cooled Add flour egg
': All of us, citizen and business
milk. Stir until
mixture and stir Just enough to '/
and Industry, chafing at the re
smooth. Turn intoa
moisten the dry ingredients Fill
traints of a war economy, were impatient irefoneESS
greased muffin pans % full and square or loaf
to cast them off. High warroflts
bake in a hot (400 degrees) oven for pan> which has -
been > and high war wages had
greased and
20 to 23 minutes.
top with the fol- 'D sharpened our appetite. The wise
Peanut Bread. mixture leaders counselled more patience-
lowing :
I cups flourS just a little longer government control -
teaspoons baking powder Streusel-Topping. until supply could catch up with RETREADING
4 tablespoons G/WS r..r
1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons butter sugar demand. But here in Washington
54 cup sugar everyone could watch the picture
1 butter
1 cup dates or candled orange peel teaspoon arming . the pattern changing
1H cups orange juice or milk 'i teaspoon mace . for with clever propaganda the Worn Tractor Tires NEW PULLING POWER
H cup peanut butter Mix all ingredients with a fork forces of reaction began undermin-

Sift flour; measure; add baking until mixture crumbles. Scatter tug the firm foundations of our national -
over top of batter and bake in a I
powder salt and sugar Sift again will. No white shirts, no auto
and add dates or hot (400 degrees) 0\en for 21 min mobiles, no nylons , no this and

orange peel. Add utes. no that and with more guileless
milk or orange Bats Coffee Cake. publicity, the blame, at first tlm-
v Juice slowly to Bake Streusel coffee cake In tin, idly, then more forcefully, began FOR much less than the cost of
preferably a round one. Cover top, to be placed price control. And
0 upon
; peanut butter, tires have
new you can your worn
blending thor before baking, with shaved almondsand the people fidgeted and chafed.
oughly. Pour into brown sugar. After cake has Many patronized black markets. tractor tires retreaded with the sharp,

flour mixture and baked and cooled, split in half and Stocks were hoarded, goods were dtep-cutting Firestone Ground Grip
spread with whipped cream and held from the retail
mix just until dry purposefully
tread design. This patented tread will
ingredients are raspberry jam. market. Finally came the meat
l 1'ir .j) moistened. Do not If you want to impart a buttery famine. Clever propaganda symbolized increase the drawbar pull of your
flavor to baked goods without using .
beat. Turn into a greased loaf pan the meat shortage as emblematic tractor by as much as 16%. Retread
butter Itself then
use sour cream.
of all shortages. Everybody high
and bake in a moderate (3SO degrees -
) oven for about 1 hour. It Imparts richness and taste to and low wanted to "get theirs." rubber is of the same long-lasting

almost any baked food. quality used in Firestone
J new tires.
Sally Lunn. Sour Cream Waffles Selfish and Cynical
t 2 cups flour 1 cup flourteaspoon "Meat, give us meat"-the people Firestone Factory-Method Retread-
3 teaspoons baking powder K soda took up the cry, as if a belly
4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking powder full of meat would bring to them "i ing'takes only a few days. Loaners. or

H cup shortening 1 teaspoon salt all the material goods they had so exchange tires are available at your

1 egg ?i cup rich sour cream long been denied And when the nearby Firestone Dealer Store or .'
*,i cup milk % cup buttermilk people turned from their self-re-

Sift flour; measure and add bakIng 2 eggs, beaten separately itralnt, so long and patriotically Firestone Store.Ask (or their J Jow-cost

powder and salt; sift again. Add well beaten yolks, sour Imposed 'during the war, government Firestone Factory-Method Retread '

Cream shortening, add sguar gradu cream and buttermilk to melted had to give way. The President service. Give tires the
ually; continue beating until light shortening and sifted dry Ingredl turned to a policy of lifting .i your
and fluffy. Add sifted flour mixture ents. Mix thoroughly Fold In care all price controls and wage stabilization pulling power of new Firestone

and stir just enough to moisten the fully, the stiffly beaten egg whites for most certainly if price i i Ground Grips . the only tractor '
dry ingredients. Do not beat. Pour and bake on a hot waffle iron. controls are lifted then there can ,
tires that take "center bite" in the
into greased be no wage controls. a
batter a square pan, I :laitd by WtiUra N.W.llaller Union.
"Meat" baa become the cynical heart of, the traction zone . and

LYNN SAYS: selfish cry In this land of plenty.UIUeat" 1 I '
I give your tractor up to 16% more
Make Tastier Breads Sponge cakes should never be may be the phony Issue Ic,4
the drawbar. ,
upon which the outcome of an election pull at .
removed from the pan until they
may hinge. We have compromised 4
are thoroughly cooled. The air *"C.nl.t,Bin" mctloa IOn.
When using flour or sugar for cells in these cakes, as in angel ourselves as a people
bread making make sure that they food cakes are so delicate that with the forces of greed I and re
are sifted or they will not measure they cannot hold the,weight of action. And we will not get meat, roe Iti bed I* miuii, lla*.It tit "Yolct tl PIr",..."nirj Mombt mniug tttr NBC Mftver.

out properly. It is often necessaryto the cake unless the cake Is thoroughly nor any other commodities for 00I>rrt .. ///.''.Hvtao.7ln Biibbw Co.
sift sugar to get lumps out of it. cooled. which we don't have the price to

Yeast breads are usually put in Bake muffins and cup cakes in pay Inflated prices Yes, prices will -

hot ovens for 10 minutes to stop the fluted cups to save fats and to level off when the consumers forma PUT THE FARM ONRUBBER
growth of the yeast then lowered to conserve on dishwashing. The buyers' strike, but not until the

finish baking. Quick breads are pan does not have to be greased, forces of reaction have reaped their
harvest of millions of dollars for
baked in a moderate oven, as a general and neither does the cup.
artificially scarce goods.



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-...........-............................................. Draw the curtain of night upon
Doe! Amputee Devises Sports Aids
Injuries) shut them up In the towerof OKEECHOBEETHU.

Local and PersonalMrs. oblivion and let' them be as t

though they never has been

Francis Bacon
.r .... A .... ..A& .

a ro k Rae G. Boettg was a visitor NOTICEOKEECIIOBEE 5 1
spending the week end In West 111141:
Palm Beach with her daughter pursuant to Section 0 of Chapter
1 206. Laws of Florida. Arts of 11)37.
known a* the MURPHY ACT and Inpursuance
FOR SALE-Electric Ice Box, 6.2 of Chapter 20898. Laws of At Joe's Country Clubon
Florida: Acts of 1041, known as the
TRICT ACT, the following IDdtICl :ci!
land situated In Everglades Drainage No. 15 Highway
M. Martin was 'a visitor who District In Okeechobee County, Florida
will be offered for sale at public
pent last week In Tampa attending outcry for the highest and best cash
bId. subject to the right of the Trustees -
to business .
and seeing friends.Mri. of the Internal ImprovementFund
and of the Board of Commissioners .
of Everglades Drainage District BRO
kMk Y R Jack Collins la leaving for to reject any and alLblds, at the
't' Courthouse, beginning st 10:00
Baltimore Saturday morning to enter o'clock A. M, on the 16th day of De- .
I Johns Hopkins hospital for treat oembsr, 1948, As to all parcels of landof
ten acres or' more, title to one-half
merit of petroleum and three-fourths of
other minerals will bs reserved by D
Trustees of the Internal Improvement .j
Fund. Easements for road right of
The Women's Society of Christian way SOO uaa:1 wide wilt be needed bysMd
Service of the Methodist Church, from any parcel through
1 which there Is an existing state road
) +
i P1 will meet at the annex next Tuesday and easement for drainage and y .- r 4ra7'pgrp'n"k / /)
reclamation and for road
afternoon at 3:30: for the November will he reserved bv the Board purposes of
meeting Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
DeHrrlptton sr9a
Lots 31: to .111 Inc. 151k. /HA, Sec
Rev and Mrs. C. H. Eiland, attended
A !New Okw>rhol>c+ Heights
the State Baptist conventionIn Lots 1. S & 0, Elk. 105, City of
Okcechohee.Lot .
Tampa this week. They returnedto 48 to f2! Inv Blk. 33 Sec C
New Ok.tM'hohee HelcV.
their home Thursday
on lots 1.: 2. 7 & 8. !'ilk. 30, First
... Add to South Okrerhnhe"Tnvsi'EFs p
Dr. M. J. Lingo of Panama City IMPROVEMENT FUND / GRANDEST 9th MOST

v......,.............w was a visitor spending some time OF IDA.TilE. STATE OF FLOK-.- I e ASTOUXOINi SENSATIONS EVEIASJEHUD

VMfied! G. Ho\\er"! eon'oct itpreitnfotlve In the Boston VA Regional Of here last week. Dr. Lingo and fam BOAUD OF COMMISSIONERS! I ACROBATS CHAMPION AERIALISTS,
r.Vi lo permit hit double Uj amputc'lon:: to Interfere with his love for 1,!; ily made Okeechobee their home AOH DISTRICT CONGRESS OF CLOWNS CQUILIBRISTS THRILL.IN8 .
He 't iSc'/n. above on tin gulf courn ecirelctna. .a change over on I'a I By MABFL P1\ RAULERSON, Agent /
. ' .' ' ' . before moving to that RACES-50 MUSICIANS-ACRES I
: j 'i Pi 'f' .y c.,hu.'J:! tie: n : i. .j i many years for Trustees of the Internal 1/
city In 1935. Improvement Fund and CF TENTS. SOOO SEATS
for Board of Commissionersof Ills .io iountTHr uiH8 11 nrpT/ tniLO iHQtSTUPENBOliS
Everglades Drainage
trlct. Okeechobee County, l SfECIAClt NOPEISMtNINI
Mrs Will Raulerson underwent a Florda
serious operation In the Fort Pierce
hospital last Saturday morning. For BIG i1OVI.r
several days her condition was quite Vic Y / 7HE VVOilL 'SGHEATEST P

'' grave, but according to the latest 1 I CIRCUS

= = report, she Is Improving slowly and '
I === === the doctor gives sll hopes for her \ 4 FINN 20O-23O x,4
1i! IIDII:; ..mmmaPHllCO complete recovery.

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cason have had LIST JOB OPENINGS WITH

BURGESS as their guests, Mrs. Fred Bixler YOUR LOCAL USES OFFICE.

and son, Dale, and Mrs. Charles Sch-

,Ii, wan and small son Larry, all of Los

Supply CO. Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Bixler, a sister-

AUTHORIZED In-law of Mrs. Canon, and Mrs. Sch-

wan made the trip east by car, having

SERVICE FEO-GRAIN-HA[ spent a month touring around 3rt '

the South and Southwest. They left GLEAMIK& AND GLITTERING WITH GOLD AND


Tues and Fn. t.sr k.j forward to with lancing by the Cleat and wholeaeme entertainment
I Isth* platform which these famous
children and crown-up*.Th*eventful I upon
Marion T, Jeffries, director of the t dry that dellghte, entertain and In- brether* atand. lnd ed they
S 0 f tracts,refrohss and rllva from have sat e pace to b* found with *.
Florida division of the National 1 tha tadlum of toll.Th en* bst hall- ether circus MAm.rba'shistory.
0 cay dawns with th* Oraat KINO TWICE DAILY-2 ASP..
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1 IJ BROTHERS CIRCUS DAY. DOORS OPEN X and 7 P. M.
WISTERIA E. n. HUNT announced from Orlando headquarters .

DRUG SUNDRIES FOR this week that Ralph Sierra has

. U S Tires been appointed chairman of the
Cis pO;=! P =!:: a
; NEWS CANDIES Puroll Products March of Dimes campaign In Dade

STATIONERY Ford Plrtl- county and that Mrs Wilhelmina

Service Harvey chairman for Monroe county -

Nut Door to Postofflce. MOTOR CO. "$70.000.000 GOES



Notice !

long and short of Florida"

how the state possesses a long Us

of undeveloped resources yet I Is
short of finished productswillgreet !

LIQUOR STORE Formerly a nation-wide group of Investment 1

bankers at their annual conaentlon -

Only Bar 18 Town Denmark' at Palm Beach the first e

week In December.

Complete Home Outfltte Entitled, "$70,000,000 Goes Beg I

PHONE 34 g\ng\ ," the Invitation to prospective BOTH THE REAL ESTATE AND INTANGIBLE

Seward Swain Investors to consider Florida as i a ,
I phone 115 1. Eo Cone, Mgr.ISl .
place for their money, appears In
the special convention edition of the
Investment Dealers' Digest and Is BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1946 TAX

written by McGregor Smith, presl. r
6.ow dent of Florida Power &: Light Co

'" Atlantic Service Sta. Florida Is a profitable marketplace

Paul D. Robbing Owner East Side for Industrial and agricultural

products, Smith points out ,and Is I TAX PAYMENTS WILL CARRY A 4 PERCENT
Wrecker Service
$70,000,000 below local demands In
24 Hours a Day Package Store livestock and allied Industries alone. DISCOUNT TO DECEMBER 1st, 1946, 3 PERCENT

I EXIDE BATTERIES Among other things, he cites Flor
LEE TIRES Liquors Wines Cordials Ida's yearly production of $75,000- ,

GAS-OIl-GREASING 000 In lumber and related material,
"" TWIN OAKS EAST' OKEECUOBEE much of which goes out of the state

All Night Cafe'OKEECROBE for processing. This leads naturally 1 PERCENT DISCOUNT TO MARCH 1st, 1947. PAY-
STATE ROAD NO. 8 to the possibilities of furniture
E F .
factories and paper mills within the MENTS WILL BE NET IN MARCH, 1947, AND

With the nation's richest concentration -

of phosphate rock located
0. K. GARAGEHARDEN'S 1st 1947.
: In Florida and a $2,000,000 phosphate ,

t & MACHINE SER. processing plant going up In Pinel-

Tinker Shop DODGE &: PLYMOUTH las county, Smith adds there Is

Sal. Service comfortable room for additional 1946 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES,

'24-bier Wreeift Sem.- phosphate processors. Likewise, the ,
Day: Ph. t2 Night Ph. 92 or 133 state offers bright prospects I

W. Try' Hard to Plea.. Yoa- Dunlop Tires Tuba many other fields starch such as the manufacture I WARRANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JAN-
of from sweet potatoes -
I Gen. Electric Appliances, .
Give U. a Trial Storee; Refrigerators, Water the manufacture of buildIng UARY 1st, 1947.
materials from Palmetto roots,
Heaters ,
the processing of citrus, and the
''We Service Them All-
processing of leather, ranging from
tannage to shoe manufacturing.
t Among the items on which FlorIda -

ALTO WATFORD &: SONS I Is, "long" Is a high degree of

North Park Gulf Station working efficiency enjoyed by working BESSIE ALDERMAN'J r

people. Human efficiency In L

Store That Gaol Gee manufacturing has become increasingly [ Tax Collector ,

Package GULF PRIDE OIL Important and human efficiency I

Smith reminds the Investment .. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA -
LJquorl wines Cordials EVERGLADES bankers, Is .controlled by the : '.

way men feel. He then points out
Nut Door To All Niche HOTEL ,
I that living conditions and working
Statl08 In The Heart ot Towil conditions In Florida are excellenton .
Weekly or Daily Rates .. .
PHONE U. a year-round basis, as contrasted '
/ AU Cabins Are Modern with seasonal health hands In other ..

put sot the nation 4H w u WU


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