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 29, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 28 Okeechobee Florida November
Friday, 29, 1946
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FHA Meeting InHollywood I I; Honored At Lovely McGregor Smith President of The' "'I

Unemployment compensation check I Berry of Belle Glade ownerof ,

In Okeechobee county amounted to I Shower the Berry Funeral Home at Pa-
Tuesday Florida Power and
only $10 for the week ending Novem- hokee, was a visitor spending Saturday Company,

her 16 and was paid to one person, In Okeechobee. lie recently Purchased -

Four local girls attended the an- Carl B. Smith, chairman of the FlorIda Mrs Russell Domer was the hone- EveralaeSlI'Flilleral Home MISS By BoOREOOR: SMITH
from his brother 1. C, and
nasal\ l district meeting ef Future Industrial Commission reported roe at a lovely shower given In the Berry Florida Power A Light
Total In the state were Women's Club changed the name to Berry Funeral BECOMES THE BRIDE Cobpany
Homemaktr of Amtrlsa In Hollywood payments Tuesday afternoon by It you don't think a 170,000,000

November 2a and 23, S8D7UO and were made to 4,048 ofwhoni Mrs. Edison Walker Mrs Annie Soott Home. OF JOHN S, W. DAVISOn market It worth going after this art.

The Okeechobee chapter el.otedl 1,079 wire men and 1,9011 were and Mrs. Roy Draughon lie operate In Fahokee Belle fate Is not for you'
Glade Clewlston and Moore Haven
Polly Greenberger, Aliens Yates, Ro omen, The club house was beautiful with Nov. 9 at 12 o'clock noon, Miss That's how much Florida la below
and la now prepared to handle workIn
wen Thomas and Marian Whidden I The one receiving compensation In Its colorful decorations of pink 'and Celia Borghild Ronnlngen, daughter local demands In livestock and
Okeechobee. He has recently add allied
to represent them at the meeting.On I his county were classified us office blue and a profusion of pink gladlo- of Knute 0. Ronnlngen of Pine Is.land industries alone. And that' but
ed a new ambulance for service to a
Friday at noon, accompaniedby clerk. II I and the prettily arranged basket, Minn., and John Seymour Weston muffled echo of opportunity's knock
the; people of Okeechobee.Union
Mrs Jack .Elledge, they boardedthe overflowing with lovely gifts, was a Davis, Ion of Mr. and Mrs. A. W In a state where development of Industrlal -

bus to Hollywood. When they picture to remember. Davis of this city were united inarrlage. possibilities is Just about

reached their destination the Hollywood Local High Defeats Providing the program for the afternoon Services where tourist possibility develol

girls treated them royally were Mrs Glenn Davis and The ceremony was performed In menit was 80 years ago.

At 7:30 p.m., a formal banquet LaBelle High Team Mrs. Peggy Frisch, who sang a duet Held WednesdayAt the parsonage of the First English Florida's, future economy is IT.any.

woe hell a* the Fowler hotel In honor and Mary Alberta Lantham two Lutheran Church at Farlbault, Mien sided. Livestock and allied Industries -

of the girls and their advisors. readings, all appropriate to the oc The Rev. Fross officiating are but one side though
By Score of 20-13 perhaps -
This was a lovely affair with the casion.Refreshments. Church of GodThe Mr,. Walter 'Whalen, sister of the the most spectacular.

following prominent people Present, -t. of punch, sandwiches bride was matron of honor and Miss The research and Industrial division
Mrs lioletha Frojen, Mrs. Rhoda La- The Okeechobee high school football and pink and blue cup cakes were Shirley Davis, sister of the groom, of the Florida State Chamber of

Fred retiring state F.H.A. advisor,' boys defeated the LaBelle boys served to the following guests, Mn churches of the community bridemaid. Mr. Walter Whalen wasbeat Commerce Is responsible for the survey

Miss Lucy Lang incoming state advisor by the score of 20 to 13 t In a game V. J. Domer, Mrs H. H. Walker Mrs united Wednesday evening for their man. which unveiled that tremendous
Thanksgiving services, In the Church
Mrs Simms, district advisor, pluytj at LaBelle last Friday afternoon J. D. Draughon, Mrs. Evelyn Walker, \ After spending a week here with ready market. Here's how It came
Mrs. Brad Thomas Mrs. H. P, Garner of God, with Rev. Lyles pastor of Mr. Davis parents they left for MI.alll'l about:
\Yillene Baiighman, state KIIA president o. The game was hard fought ; -
the Church of God in charge. .
and Mrs: Helen Burtlcmier professor wit thv: locals finally putting across Mrs A. Womack Mrs Alto Watford, where they will make their future Florida retailers, the researchers

of (home economics at the University tininning touchdown. Sr., Mr .. Peggy Hudson, Mrs De- The service was well attended and home proved, now are forced to shop aboutIn

of Miami, as the guest ..peak.er. 'II J local boys |played lust nigh. Rita Watford, Mrs. Val Drawdy, Mrs proved to be an Inspirational prelude other states to satisfy their rimtomers .

I n.knglving' ) at (Fort Pierce where Helen Davis, Mrs Peggy Friseh, Mrs to the Thanksgiving holidays MISSIONARY UNION wants In beef, pork, poultryyand

Carl Durrance Mrs G. C. Durrance, Following the song and praise ser MET dairy products, in spite of
After the banquet the girls were the game wan well attended by Okee- I AT BAPTIST Jho
I Ilall" Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mrs. Eloise Underhill vice by the congregation, Rev Howellof fact that a 12 month growing season
huLte will those iron
invited to the "Hollywood recreation people' us ui CHURCH FOR MEETThe
Fort Pierce Mrs. Ellie Underhill, Mrs. Lucille the Methodist Church, read the and ample rainfall make It feasible .
for several hours of dancing
I Evans, Mrs. E, If. Hunt, Mrs. Annie Scripture and led the devotions. Rev for Florida farmers to exceed
and entertulnn.ent. I The local boy will end their 1940 Woman' Missionary Union .
Scott Mrs. Sybil Walker, Mc.. Roy Garner of the Church of The Brethren of this demand.Last .
] ei.sun in a name here on Friday the First Baptist Church
The visit girls then went horn met at the
ng Droughon, Mrs. Helen Wright, Mrs used "Thoughts for Thanksglv year 18,000,000 dozen
with their appointed hostesses und I iK". December U when they play off I Lillie Nix, Mrs. G. Boromel, Miss Ing" as his topic for a short talk. church for a program. meeting Tuesday were produced Florida and almost
the that rained out with
game woe .
the teachers and advisors went to Frances Draughon. Others honoring Special music was furnished by the that many were brought In from oth

the Great Southern hotel for the (1,01'oa several weeks ago. Vrs. Dourer were Mrs. Lorena Pearce, Methodist choir preceding the offer- Mis. Leslie Raulerson was Pro er states.

This should\ bo one of the besl gram leader. Mrs. C. H. Eiland
night. Mrs. Oliver Godwin, Mrs. Esta Page, Ing. This offering was turned over gave Florida produced 15,000,000 poundsof
of the season and a large the Bible study using Psalm 72 5-11
On Saturday morning the business games Mrs. Lois Klnsaul, Mrs. Lee Wood, to the ministerial association to be : poultry. This missed by more
crowd is to attend. 7.
meeting was held in the "Rec" with expected Mrs John Whidden Mrs. Joe Underhill used as the association deems necessary than EO per cent the amount neededto

\\lllene BnuKhman, atato president Jr., Mrs Stella Campbell, Mrs, for promoting the unity of the There, were sixteen members present supply local demand.

(presiding. Christmas Seal V, M. Lightsty, Mrs Harle Williams, churches In the community.. i These are but a hint of the opportunities

Marian Whidden of the Okeecho- Mrs Pauline Thomas Mrs. Hardy I Rev. Eiland of the Baptist Church making up that $70,000,000

lee, chapter led the group In several Sale Now In Full Walker, Sr., Mrs. Myrtle Watford 1 delivered the Thanksgiving message Revival ServicesAt market but they are a marker on the

F II. A. songs. A group of boys Mrs I. N. !>McMullen Mrs.,Leo Green On Thursday morning a candle road that lies ahead for the enter. j

berger, Mrs. S. R. Raifsnyder Mrs.H. light service of Thankesgiving was prising' In Florida today e
from Andrew Jackson high school In
Mian I demonstrated to the girls how Swing By Assn! Conly, Mrs. G. Gross, Mrs R. La held at 1 arm? In the Baptist Church. Baptist Church Only a few short years ago the

I Martin, Mr. William Walker, Mrs mention of Florida beef brought
to hold business meeting in the
a Kathleen Boney, Mrs. J. H. MRS. D. R. McNEILL Beginning Dec..8 snorts or derision Today it commands

proper way. The Christmas seal sale opened Jr., Mrs. H. H. Raulerson, 'Walker'j respect throughout the nation.
The nominating committee then last Monday with the mail delivery WAS AGAIN ELECTED
Burgess, Mrs. Katie . In fact} one day recently_ the beef
.. '-- ::-w y wn-t>l_m. l\l_be.tt..-
Rowena Thomas and Marian Whiddcp county and will continue until Christ. Mrs. Ira Swlndall, Mrs. W, A. Lawson -I '""'- week of revival, beginning Sunday, beef brought the highest price'(t din ,j.

tr rom Okeechobee, ran for vice president mas, Proceeds will be used to finance , Mrs, Alto Watford Jr., Mrs The Woman's Society of Christian Dec 8. During the week, the ladies the entire country for that day. ,\

and song leader respectively the tuberculosis control program of Nathan Jones, Miss Irena Williams, Service of the Methodist Church met 'of the church are to bold meetings The' U. S, Sugar Corporation at e

Marian Whidden was elected to go to the; association. Mrs. H. H. Marsh, Mrs. Nora Phelps, Tuesday afternoon for their November each afternoon at 3:30. At night Clewiston, on the shores of Lake

the stntte meeting at a nominee for The promptness of many residents Miss Sollle Ellis, Mrs. Clyde Dur- business transactions.The cottage meetings are to be held at Okeechobee, has developed a systemfor

district. In checks for their seals Immediately 7::30, the place of to of the finest beef''
song loader from this vending ranee and Mrs. D. W. Cassel. devotional and program was meetings bs announced producing some

The Okeechobee girls participated is greatly appreciated given by Mrs. R. E. Link, who used later. Everyone Is invitedto cattle In the country. From ranges

in the following activities! While the sale will continue until as her subject, "The Good Samaritan attend this revival and to offer in more arid parts of the state the

Polly Greenberger, chairman of the Christmas, it is extremely helpfulto Okeechobee News ," the point being stressed was the their prayers for the furtherance of cattle are moved to the rich, green

the association and jod's kingdom throughout world. pnstureland of the Everglades
historian committee, member of the to the post present day work among the Imi the upper

nominating committee, voting delegate office if returns are made early, before Now Has A Full grants. From these Pastures they go Into the

the heavy rush of Christmas sugar company's feeding pens where
and campaign manager for the Officers for the year 1947 were PTA Association
mail begin they are fattened on byproductfeeds.
Okeerhobe candidates. Mechanical ForceWe elected as folUvtaiPresident :
The Okeechobee .
Alters Yates, report on Okeecho- County !>!r.. D. R. McNeill. '
Association wishes to Held Meeting LastMondayJEvening Considering the seven-leagai
bee's! activities and on the resolutions Vice-President, Mrs. W. A. Lawson,
its appreciation to the postal em- strides made In the beef cattle Industry .
committee. are glad to say that after r.occrding; Secretary, Mrs F. W
ployees for their assistance in conducting months In Florida it doesn't take much
many of trying the Okeechobee
Rowena Thomas nominee-for state Zanders.Corresponding.
I the annual Christmas seal News now has imagination to envision"a tannery,
a complete
and the good chapter
vice president on sale. This U the 40th annual Christmas This Is a very unusual circumstance Secretary, Mrs Paul and from a tannery, to a shoe fac

committee. seal sale In America. In all Robbins.Treasurer. The Parent-Teachers Association
nominee and I for any newspaper and Printing! office tory.This
Marian Whidden, these, years, throughout the nation to experience during these times Mrs. C, H. Parkerson met In the school auditorium last same U. S. Sugar Corporation
elected for state song leader, on the : the mails have played a two-foid when all printing offices are so shorthanded Loral Treasurer, Mlsa Jo Parriih. Thursday evening to conduct the else found that the sweet potato has

song leader'a committee and leader role' in making a success of that one' but we have a very efficient Secretary Christian Social\ Relations regular business for the month of far greater possibilities than the

of group songs. fund-raising drive of the voluntary force now and hope to be able to and local church activities' November adornment of a dinner table. They

In the afternoon at 5-30 the four tuberculosis control associations. keep them Mrs. R. E. Link. Due to the absence of the, president : found It excellent for starch manufacture

girls and Mrs. Elledge returned home The mails have been used to distribute We have two first class Secretary missionary educationand Rev. C. H. E.Ilnnd,, who was with the result that a $7

again After this Inspirational moot seals to local residents and helper III the office men and service Mrs. H. H. Raulerson. attending the Baptist convention InI'ampa 600,000 starch extract plant has now

ing these girls Intend to keep the for them to make their returns. They one mechanical work. We also to have do the Secretary children's work, Mrs. D. ': the meeting was presided been completed and soon will be In

name of FHA on the tip of your a over by Mrs Clifford Boyles.' operation.
have also been used to remind people good local and social Cassel.
tongues. They hope you'll be willing very news editor A detailed report of the carnival Starch production In the Everglades -
far and wide of the message of the In Mrs .Rae G. Boettger. Secretary literature and publications
to contribute freely to their fund Christmas seal for the principal use Mrs. Wade Snell. was given by the treasurer, Mrs. H. ; now is based primarily OP

when called upon.Veteran of seals is on Christmas mail. We are very anxious to get all of Secretary supplies, Mrs P. P. IL Raulerson, and also a report as sweet potatoes but comnerclal scale
the local news, church news and notices to what disposition was to be made plantings of arrowroot hold promise
In fact If it hadn't been for a postal Evans
parties, weddings etc., and ask of the proceeds of the carnival.! of excellent yields of finest quality
clerk, there might never have Chairman
Team Lost spiritual life, Mrs. W R.How .
that call Mrs. Boettger at
you phone The attendance prise for the month starch.
been a Christmas seal sale to fight 'ell
78.3 or call the News office phone was won by Mrs. Burr' second grade 'the Everglades farmer who plant.
; tuberculosis. It was a postal employee The Belle Bennett circle was hostess
Close Fought Game in Denmark who originated 8Q and give us any news you may for the afternoon with Mrs. Prior to the business meeting a ed his crops by the light of the moon

know. We want all of the news. croup of the home economics class, and the "feel" of his corns now has
seals back in
the Idea of Bryant Bowden, Mrs. N. Zelmenovlta
For the past several months we under the direction of their tecuher, been replaced with scientific agro-
To Stuart 7 To 0 1904 an Idea which was Introducedin and Mr. J. A. McNeill officiating.
this country In 1907. Since the were forced to place a dead line on Sandwiches, fruit cake and tea Mill McDermont presented an In. industrial operations. These have
copy at noon Wednesday but with were teresting and educational llaylet, do eliminated the "feast or famine"
seal sale in Okeecho
The Okeechobee Veterans football first Christmas served to the
the added help we will be able to following members: pictlng the discovery of vitamins and !gamble and made It big business
lost close to the Stuart bee county the postal authorltiei Mn.
team a game Wade Snell, Mrs. D. W. Cas
their value to the body. most intriguing of these
use advertising and news up to noon One of the
team Monday night by the have been extremely cooperative. sel
Veterans P. P.
Evans Mrs. 0. L.
Thursday each week. An appeal Is made to all parent agro-industrial experiments has been I
of 7 to 0. The was playedin the additional burden in distributing
score game Hunt Mrs. F. W, Zander, Mrs. Cora
During the acute labor to attend P.T.A. meeting, as this Is :hi research on ramie the wonder
seal sale letters at a busy shortageour
Stuart. '
Peters! Mrs. D. J.
Hunt Mrs W. R. 'tensile
one place you may come to have nmy product with four times the
The Okeechobee boys held them toa season the entier personnel of the job printing department has run
Howell Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs C. H timea'that of
: in school affairs and to learn strength of flax, eight
scoreless tie until the last few rrlnuts post office has cheerfully done its far behind with Its work. However
Parkerson, Mrs. W, T Russ, Mrs. what Is taking place In your school cotton three times that of hemp and
of play In the last quarter when its part to keep the seal sale running now that we have the necessary
J. A.
McNelll Mrs. D. R. MeN em strength.
There Is always something Interest. eve ntlmes the tensile :
Stuart blocked a punt and recoveredthe srf,othly. We ar gratful. force we cun give Prompt service on Mrs. C, Jenkins, Mrs. Nathan Zel Ing. silk. '
Okeechobee god any kind of printing job you
the may
ball near
menovlts, Mrs. Bowden pectins,
Bryant Mrs When cleaned of gums and
and then went on to score a Mrs J. T. Hancock has returned to wish.S. .
line C. Cohl, Mrs. F W. Humphries, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ott of Tampa ramie frlbre i la pure white without
and make the extra point. her home here from Baltimore, Md.,
touchdown L. 0. Lowe, Mrs. W, A. Lawson and arrived In Okeechobee last week and bleaching. It can be spun' woven or
where she had been undergoing treatment .
H. McDougald
was a visitor at
Miss Jo Parrish. are spending two weeks here with knit 'on standard textile machineryand
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cone and daughters at Johns Hopkins hospital. Zephyrhilla Wednesday afternoon
Mrs. Ott's parents, Mr. and Mrs L. made Into fabrics resembling
June and Evelyn, and 'sons, Everett Carol and Susan her daughters! arrived .- where he went to bring his son In Mr. and Mrs Fred Proctor of P. Mercer. I fine slits ,woolens or cotton. Two

and Wayne, left Tuesday afternoon home from Jacksonville Wednesday law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .
Greensboro, N. C., arrived In Okee ramie fibre plants now are In operations
for Forsyth, Ga., where they to spend the Thanksgiving Walter Gaul, Jr., here to
ehobee this week and
are spending County Judge T, W. Conely return In the Everglades.
week with Mrs.Cone' lioliiliys, after which Susan will return
tile Thanksgiving with he .
are spending and Mrs Mc three weeks hero with Mr. and Mrs. ed yesterday from West Florida Agro Industrial evperlmentatlon

parents. They will return to to Jacksonville to resume Dougald. They will remain here until H. H. .Raulerson and Mr and Mrs where he spent the first of the week \ means by-products. The search for
Okeechobee Sunday. Sunday. M. C. Pitts. attending to business. (Continued on Page 5)


Sunday and Monday, Dec. 1 and 2 Tuesday December 3 Saturday .
Wednesday Thursday, Dec 4-5 Friday and Dec. 6.7

Oberon Turban Bey Part No. 9, "King of Rorest Rangers" Abbott and Costello "IT ALL CAME TRUE",

L Cartoon News Musical Cartoon Musical Cartoon News Comedy "SHERIFF OF LAS VEGAS" 1


I ,
I New Guinea's $20 Stamp
w .7

9 1'h Has Highest Face 'Value

= h The postage stamp with the
RUDOR highest face value today Is New

6Phiipr Guinea's $20 air! mail stamp, the
W,' ON first; Issue of which was broughtout

.aY Mme in 1936 to handle the heavy

parcel post shipments of gold by

DISTORT REPEATS ITSELF Unfinished Letter for plane from mines In the Owen
Stanley mountains that are' inaccessible .
WASHINGTON. U you thin Special DeliveryTo
by other means of transport
time are tough today, drop In at '3i, R s< ,,,,tawr ,
the public library and ask for the 'Everybody Concerned In that .

back flies of any newspaper for the Strife ol 1,400 Airplane PUoUt

fall of 1919 or the early part of Gentlemen: Even if It Is all over You needn't study long lists of

1920. That period was just about alone
after World War I as we now STAMP OF APPROVAL. . HenrTeltgen There is something about the very; hard hours Christmas shopping for

are from World War II and the minister of Justice for thought of a strike by airplane pilot friends who enjoy the pleasure of

headlines are amazingly similar. France puts the seal of the that raises gooseflesh I always like cigarette or pipe smoking. Not at

. In fact, with the mere change of Fourth Republic on the Dew to think the guy In there with all I all I Now you can get two great
a few names a glance at 1919-20 French constitution which became those Instruments Is satisfied. I like gift items that are sure to pleasethe

headlines would almost convinceyou effective after the recent plebiscite to feel that, while the lad In whose< most discriminating smokers.

that you were reading the newspapers hands my life rests may be thinkIng For the friend who prefers mild

of today. of a lot of things, walking out mellow, fresh cigarettes select a

We were having the same of there is not one of them. carton of Camels a national

troubles with Russia then- qq i, 4 --- favorite. And for the pipe-smoker
only a little worse, with American To me the operator of one of those wisely choose a pound tin of the
troops In Siberia and Mur ykl super planes Is a sort of god witha world's largest-selling pipe tobacco -

mansk. The northern Adriatic, little Sir Galahad, a little Tom Prince Albert.- Both Camels
a. now, was' the chief bone of Edison and a lot of Jimmy Doo and Prince Albert come in hand
contention at the Parks peace s y little thrown In. The Idea that be some holiday dress. No other gift

conference. Only It was Flume :5 can under any circumstances look wrapping or decorations are nec-
Instead of Trieste which caused like John Lewis or an unhappy picket essary-Camels and Prince Albertare
riots In the streets of Rome and floors me. It takes me right back "ready to give." See them, on
Belgrade. from a state of being air-minded to display at your dealers.-Adv.if .

"Jews Massacred, Robbed br; BIG FOUR . Their election on the Republican party ticket has one of being covered-wagon-mlnded
Poles," was another tragic but placed these four as contenders for the Republican nomination for ---
familiar headline. "Foresees Jewish president In 1918 Top, left to right Thomas E. Dewey re-elected No matter what I worried aboutup YOU rm

state to Palestine. Judge Julian: governor of New York; Earl Warren, who again won the governorship .= in the air, I'always pictured the<
Mack tells of atrocities and asks of California with little opposition. ,Bottom row left to right: pilot as having nothing to take his ChokedUp
for migration to Jewish home Former governor, John W. Bricker, selected to serve Ohio In the senate mind off the altimeters, range finders -

land." and Arthur II. Vandenberg, re-elected senator Michigan voters. and various gauges; and I WITH A
f s thought he was too busy to think of
denies large quantities w
vm longer weekends, the capitalistic .
In France'"Rep.
of war goods destroyed
system and what was said ColdWhen
Emerson offers resolution:
at the ,last union meeting. Now :I
asking war department to what extent
am sick enough to go to bed at the I
overcharged in
soldiers were ,
k PRESIDENT VOTED . Presi-. discovery that way up there, skidding _
France. . "War department kI
? a dent Truman and his daughter around a cloud and plotting erostheIn
criticized for offering $4,000,000)
I Margaret, In their home town of the right course to dodge the next These
worth of fabrics for sale at public
Independence, Mo. Their votes mountain peak superdooper air .
auction "Sergeants arrested a Medicated
In Paris, charged with theft of saw / were not enough to carry their local plane pilot Is just a workingman Vapots $Y
American stores." ticket or state and national of with a union card a letter from'i f t

Nr fices. They left for Washington leader and maybe a conviction that t
When It came to strikes, race .pwi qi
Immediately after voting the boss is a louse.
riots and soaring prices, the & : --_ a cold makes you feel
domestic scene of 1919 was up, Just melt a
1 I
I sort of had the notion when
even more alarming. Labor spoonful of Vicks VapoRub in
was 5,000 feet up there I was where
troubles caused far more bloodshed a bowl of boiling water.Then
no national mediation boards, fact
the relief
The alleged Communist enjoy grand that
much worse. a finding commissions, union demands comes as you breathe in the
menace was
or picket lines could touch steaming medicated vapors
May day celebrations in Chicago, i ve" a. me. I felt sure the airplane bosses which penetrate to cold-con- .

Cleveland, Boston and New York : ;fit it and the pilot were buddies and that gested upper breathing passages
produced riots( "citizens' armies" the bosses would be as frightened soothe Irritation, ease
and an untold number of skull and : as the passengers If they knew the coughing
political fractures.By help clear VICKS
skippers were sore about anything stuffy head.
July 6, 1919. the army stoodat _-_

704,845. with 235,000 of these In Wki So I hope you have got everything .

Europe. Eight months later when S fixed up now for keeps, and
the Junkers and German army that it can't happen again If it

seized power in Berlin forcing the WILL SANTA VISIT THEM? . Here are four children the eldest does, please keep it out of the
Ebert government to flee to Dresden being Marie, 1, who have heard a great deal about Santa Claus but papers. Here I have put in 15 years How Sluggish Folks
the American army of occupation getting air-minded and now all ofa :
have never seen him or received a gift from him because their
totaled a nervous 18,000. sudden I back where I like Get Relief
nation was verging on war when they were born. They are only four'of Happy

Meanwhile, the war department the 700,000 children who must be cared for In Italy through American bicycling _
,_ was recommending :a universal Belief for Italy.
?e military training program of three Viewpoint on American Loans r

months for all 18-year.olds-more ( ,ie' t1I
_or less as today.Unchecked (Soviet Alleges America Enslave Notions .
by governmental pleas It l'elps-headline)

and voluntary programs, prices 9 I know he Is a low, vile bum;

spiraled. Shoes were three times He Is exploiting me; all
their prewar price and women's I have the proof, with more to :,,
stockings were offered at "2-$25 YOUNGEST ORATOR . Mlle come
a pair. Coffee prices jumped 7 Pierrette Thomas, 19, is shown He aids me cheerfully i

cents a pound and, although the speaking at the meeting of the
government declared 11 cents a French Republican women In Pa- He'd make of me a helpless slave, WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel
A wooden stooge at best; punk ss the dickens,brings on stomach
pound a fair price for sugar, it was lais de la Mutuallte, Paris. A
upset, sour taste,
Full evidence to me be gave any
selling for 30 cents within a year. member of the Independent Socialist take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine
"Food now costs N. Y. residents 86 party she Is France's He grants me each request! to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in-
cent than six ," youngest political orator. ntrd", and help you feel bright sad
per more years ago We must beware of every tie chipper again
announced the New York Times.
And wary as we go; DR.CALDWELL'S Is the wonderful seam .
Only a national "buyers' There can't be good In any guy laxative contained In good old Syrup
strike" In 1920, with prominent i Who dishes out his dough Pepsin to make it so easy to Ulte.
society women feeding their MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepara.
IR Ylq float In prescriptions to make the
3oq medicine
y <
families on a dollar a day while H Let not suspicions fade at all more palatable and agreeable to

their husbands were wearing '2.. R.1gt Beware of any man take.! So J be? lure your laxative U COil'talned
overalls to their Broadway offices 0 f i Who answers to a frantic call in Syrup Pepain.
changed the trend. And does the best he can. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S-th* favorite -
of millions for 50 Tears,and feel
New York clergymen were mak- that wholesome relief from contdcation. -
The Good Samaritan we ban,
ing a survey of churches in an at- Even finicky children love it.
That tale Is lame
pretty ;
CAUTION i Use only a* directed.
sge. When he helped out his fellow man
Headlines on August 16, 1919.don't i<,'' ii . DR. MILL'SSENNA )
out of place today. "DI-

rector General of Railroad. Hines Away back when food was not a luxUryf LAXATIVE
sees danger of coal gouging. Cautions
senate that rumors on shortage i: . CONT1NIBIM SYRUP PEPSIN

may pave way for price advance Things we didn't know until now:

." . "Begin 'jailing Germans That Congressman Sol Bloom cot)

as war offenders." his start In We as boss of the Mid UNSIGHTLY DANDRUFF
"Amendments to food control act supported and fought before congress and that he Invented and producedthe t itching dandruff, dry Hake scalp; uieC"VlMO releva -

committees" first hoochy-coochy show In "Ol.lNl HAIR TONIC

All this and prohibition too. VETS INVADE HOUSING PROJECT . More than 100 World War WINS NOBEL PRIZE . Prof. America there. Florella La Guardia

"Thousands return to Europe, veterans stormed the Airport homes Chicago, a veterans' housing Herman J. Muller 56, biologist of one of Sol's best friends said so
blaming prohibition here." I project and took possession of 60 apartments after forcing the caretaker University of Indiana, who has In a laudatory article, urging bis
Not only were there strikes, but of the premises to give up the keys The veterans and their been announced as winner of the re-election. .The campaign had STRAINS, SORENESS

also there were the same, familiar families took possession of the apartments after charging housing 1948 Nobel prize for his revolutionary been pretty uninteresting and we
strikes Telegraph and telephone authorities with having failed to rent them. This photo shows two research In medicine In regarded this development as ter. CUTS, BURNSA

workers maritime and a steel brothers Robert and Joseph Bogg, and their wives. the field of genetics. rific. To anybody who has watched
strike lasting into the fourth month. congress function It Is obv.ons that favorite hoii eoold entiteptio dreu-

. Omaha faced a general strike. a boochy-cooch dance background log BALSAM and liniment: OP for MYRRH SS year*-Hanfcrd'contain

. In the spring of 1919 10.000 s must be mighty helpful. toothing sums to relieve the toreneia and
men were locked out of the Willys- ech of over-need and attained mueclea.
Overland plant in Toledo, a strike Office Affairs Takn the sting and itch out of burna
tcaldt, Insect bite,
R oak and Ivy poisoning
committee controlled Winnipeg and i The phones in business offices wind and run bum, chafing and
police were using machine guns in Speed deals at record rates. chapped akin. Ita antiseptic action leaene -

Connecticut strike riots. [ The wires hum with big affairs akin the la cut danger or broken of Infection whenever the

In the fall of 1919 a United Mine The girls are making dates. Keep a bottle handy for the minor
t Workers' strike closed all bituminous Pier. ea.u4bea of kitchen and DunerJ' At
drug,!*-trial alas bottle
coal mines and produced a four houaehold: ue eSp economy ax* I1J5.Sfi

news story headed "Lewis Elmer Twitchell wants those former 0.& HANFORD MFO. CO.Syracu** N.Y.
says mines' demands are 'subjectto rvy World Fair symbols at the fairgrounds Sole mm.kmfmnt

negotiation' puts blame on where the U. N. Is meeting
operators." ?<4vb= ;a V Vo Vr restored and another added. He has
No history is just the same His }' tc s = a blueprint showing a tryfon a per. llJt rrh
tory always repeats after a war o ray Isphere and a veto 0/

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MERRY-CO-ROUND 1 Contrail art now off liquor. A man ....
Gordon Clapp who succeeds Da. r t"F can now get Inflation and a hangover in

'vid Lilienthal as head of TVA, has one operation. .
Iu *
been a thorn in the side of job. Y AREYOUPAUWWKTIRtO
/ Want a Battlewagon
hungry Senator McKellar for years.
Clapp believes In the revolutionary FOR SALE: One battleship
(BB-37) the former
practice of raising a man from the "U.S.S. Okla.homa" -
ranks when he does a good job, ; total weight 24.300 tons. I

rather than handling McKellar polit- SLICK CHICK WITH A GOOD LINE . Ready to reel In the first HER CROWNING MOMENT: . bor.Moored Bids In West Lock of Pearl Har due to MONTHLY LOSSES?

ical plums. . Charles Bay, U. S. finny free lunch chiseler who tries for her worm, two-year-old Carol Sammie Stilley had Just been 28. Material accepted until November You girl and women who loa so
ambassador to Norway, came hometo Ann Laud Is a picture of concentration as the fishes from her grand- crowned queen of the allamandasat Navy Disposal" admin. much during monthly periods that I

vote-and perhaps to look for father's boat "Nautilus," off City Island. Her home Is In Mount Winter Haven, Fla.. The giant istration, Brooklyn_e_N. Y. -Adv. this you're may pale b*,due weak to,lack"dragged of blood-Iron.out- \

greener diplomatic pastures. . Vernon, N. Y., and she Is said to be quite an angler. Carol Js an yellow Bowers, allamandas, bloom Just In case, as Tom Fitzpatrick Bo try Lydia E. FlaknanVa TABLETS \
William Pawley, U..S. ambassadorto old hand at the game having started fishing at age of IS months. In Florida In winter. says, you are disgusted with -on* of the beet horn way to
Brazil, is at ,Mayo clinic. that outboard motorboat build up red blood-ta such cues. R 1
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a few weeks ago. This was a more serious than theft. He meets the "Thanks ever so." and chairs of the kitchen variety. Lesson for December 1
picture of Alonzo to to the bar: and CLOTHING, FURS ETC.
Stag returning bride and (room-to-be. Veronica and Curt "Oh, Lord," he groaned, "don'tgo McCale went over
the Midway and Stagg field at tt.e Vallalncourt, sod Veronica's mother, asked for Jerry Tate. The barman texts selected rail Dyslnr-Army Clothe, Wonnn'l Oar
giving me your impersonationof Lesson subjects and Scripture ments. Men' Overcoats, Draperies, Writ
U. cf Chicago for a Sybil and her brother and sister, Stephen nodded in the direction of'' the and copyrighted by International for Infor now. FeelerDvereCleaaara
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the permission
Print Club to Tate.
see Jerry
Current that McCale Is quick to catch.: He
the Northwestern sr McCale's formal attire. McCale
discusses with Ann Marrlot, "Oh all Go ahead. I know RANCHES
J 44 the situation right scowl CHRISTIAN FARMS AND
game. The amazing > him a hard, deliberate A LETTER ON
his secretary and fiancee, while theyare what you're like when you smell lilt ACRES LAND .Ji, miles north or Grfoo1In.
part of this snapshot 18t made for the door. Just inside LIVING
dining at a fashionable eight club. blood, you hound." She searched In sight of Hlrhw.y No. .1. Elrhl-room
cf Lonnlo with They are Impressed by the beauty and a young, irascible, nervous- clweUlnr and 4 tenant hou.... Suitable for

the snow-whtte hair charm of the club's featured liner, his face quickly "Does It look that man sat alone at a table, LESSON TEx'r: -Actt 18:23-30: ; Ephe a T.good EZRA stock MANN farm 18.000.. Grille. G.

was the fact that he Shart Lynn. Sharl goes to a table and bad Duke? I seem to have been playing golitalre. He did not look lam 6:13-18.
feeling it myself all evening though MEMORY SELECnON-rinaUy my FOR IULE:
first Chicago olns a big, handsome man-Curt Val. McCale sat down facing him.
clime to up as brethren be strong In the Lord, and In LARGE AND SMALL PRODUCTIVE ,
alnconrtl I've tried to tell myself it was my 8 10. FARMS WITH CONSIDERABLE TIM
Epheslani :
coach the of his might ,
as a Just Hello, Jerry, said McCale. power
proximity to you and one of BER FRUIT TREES AND PASTURES
88 years ago, backin hunches." "Having your good-night quart?" IN WAYNE ADJOINING COUNTIE.S.

1890. CHAPTER V "HI, sleuth" he said in a rasping 'The war Is never over for the : LARGE: TRACTLTIMBER LANDS
He nodded slowly "Yeah. Something Write the else and ot farm
me price
At the age of 84, Christian. He Is called to a con. cr-:
been all .
voice "Where have you yall desire to or for appointment
this amazing The flash of a million golden tells me there is something tant strife against the world, the to the properUe.
Warner dirty afoot. It's only breakingout dressed up? Is there a conveptlol'! I. SNYDER ...p. Ocorcla.stuat .
an Is still an alert, sparks went by their table. McCale very you had to attend?" flesh and the devil, which knows no
in little here and there I
hard-working coach with the Collegeof looked out of the corner of his eyes: places '. armistice or peace conference so HELP WANTED-MEN .'
but there's bound be "Out to dinner.
to explosion
the Pacific, and the 09 intervening and 'saw that a tall woman with an I long as he lives or the Lord tarries.
of kind in the I'm SALESMEN--Calendar and Specialty men.
some offing. "Well well. Times have
:years had failed to low him hair the color of spun sugar was Paul who had now set out on his Exclusive local territory Simplified bookkeeping
had short on Information, baby, and a changed." this forms are In demand by most email
down with the thin material be passing. He recognized her Immediately third missionary Journey, was business
Our ta
flrma. system inexpensive,
at hand. It was Karen Blgelow. She little late on the scene. What I do, "Isn't it the truth! But you; see time permitted of the Holy Spirit to simple and easy to keep, including an inexpensive *

This picture of Stagg back home saw him, but gave no glance of I've got to do quickly." I haven't forgotten the old day's. I witness and minister In Asia. Work part or Federal full time Income Commission Tax aervlce.above

again reminded us of great coaches recognition. Her eyes were fixed "Well go ahead, but be sure come straight from the lap of luxuryto For three months he spoke In the average. 1'. O. BOX 44S4, Atlanta *, G..

of the past Pop Warner and Hurry- straight ahead in a cold, hard glazeat when you pass the Old Howard to visit my old pals, (i synagogue, as was his custom, but

up Yost, long before the days of the table where Vallalncourt sat stay on the other side of the street." "I'm all agog" The dark fellow when his ministry resulted In many IIELP WANTED-MEN, WOMEN

Knute Rockne and Percy Haughton. with the torch singer. She deliberately She laughed, dismissing him with a poured himself a finger of whisky converts others hardened them COLORED FAMILY for stock farm near

In talking over old times with a walked toward them. return to her old facetiousness. and swallowed it in one gulp. "No selves In opposition. So he withdrewa Atlanta operated." Good High house weQ is.electricity Write Be,.tractor t, eou

veteran group of football mandarins "That your Karen?" Ann whls- "You are a jealous wench," he kidding Duke, I'm glad to see you. ( bit of strategy In this spiritual Edward A.... PlUsbsrfb. le, Pa.

it was generally agreed that pered. chided her, closing the door on her However you've probably got an warfare) to neutral ground In the

Pop Warner, now forgotten, was the "Uh-huh." retreating figure. axe to grind So give while I'm still school of one Tyrannus," where he MISCELLANEOUSwork

master of them all. sober." could teach and reason with them WORKS ,
MERCHANTS, for price list on are.
Pop Is now walking with a cane "Well" I do hope there'll be no '"As usual I'm after Information." dally. work, pistols and cape Immediately.

and a crippled: knee around his gar trouble. "So Paul knew by experience that this GENERAL Supply TRADING Limited.COMPANT;

den at Palo Alto, Calif. Pop Isn't If there was, it was remarkably could not go on, for he had learnedas Danville, Va.

far from 80. Bat more than 40 years well-bred and closely held. Karen "About a great big husky, band- ,we should learn to I'hone 4ZBO

ago, when the game was young and reached the table and spoke quickly some young man named Valaincourt. It Will YOUR or 8 exposure film beautifully d...
." I I. Expect Opposition veloped and printed, Onl y25o each roll.
there were no precedents to work to Vallalncourt He looked Come (Acts 19:23-30). You U like the brilliant quality and quick
with It who brought In amazed shaken. He turned to Sharl Jerry Tate a low whistle return to you.
was Pop gave The comfortable and contented PALM PHOTOS Boa. 1441, Tampa, Fla.Amailng .
the single and the double wing and Lynn once, blindly. But the Lynn and fixed McCale with a baleful Christians of our day who Just wantto

other Innovations that still remain girl only sat there, utterly relaxed, v glance Babble Blowing Novelty Nothing
I be let alone to carry on their like it before Scented liquid make many
today. It was Fop who discovered her mouth a sulky sneer. Karen "So they've called In the Ogpu?" not related to beautifully colored, long tailing bubblea.Fancv .
I worship are certainly box 3 bottles, wands !BOo poitpald.
Jim Thorpe" at Carlisle' whenJim took something from her bag and "Who?" the real Christians of Paul's type. IEAf'OAM Box 573. Charlotte N. C.

was a slender young Indian of handed it to SharL She looked once "The Blgelows. Who else? :How souls Is often
The enemy of our "ZIRCONS" again .v.Uabl. Jewelry catalog -
some 18 :years, weighing around 150 at Curt, a long, searching, smoldering much you soaking them?" In comparative frIO' Expert watch repairing one weekSails
content to us go on
guaranteed Bluebonnet Jeweler'aExebange
pounds. look, and turned away. Val. "Now, see here, Jerry. I haven'tsaid peace as long as we do not 20044 Carter, 10'1. Worlh. T...
It was Pop who built the Carlisle alncourt made a move to follow -" '
bother him unduly, but once we put western lI.nd I\I.eITool.d W.II.ta. 15:
Indians Into a drawing card that her, but Shari caught his hand, "You' don't have to. I don't have the banner of a holy life and Carved :s'1IlJn$760, Sterling (saddle Tie
him back. almost stumbled up Clip, S3 ; Calf purse SJO; Hand
would rank above drawing He
today even lousy
to be a detective-not even a service In God's army, he begins a Carved Purses,SJ7.80.Dealers wrlte.KeueesKr.atly.
and Notre Dame on a general aver. in the al ove. reporter---to put two and two to. terrific counterattack. Paul had feltIt Kraft, Box 44, Las Cruses, N. M. ;

age.Thorpe It was then that McCale swiveling I ,ether, What I can't get over is already In the hardening of lis j

Guyon, Calac, Metoxen, around to the startled Ann, had why they've let it slide along to th
Hauser, Bemus Pierce, Little Wolf his second shock of the evening. Not day You're a bit on the taicV 1. Selfish Opposition (vv. 23-27). CIBA-Select party Xmas-New: Year's

and Little Bear, Mt. Pleasant, Hudson five tables away, almost hidden in side, aren't you?" One way to bring a violent reaction JAS. A. DASHER . "valdesta. Georila.

-remember any of these, old. I a corner, sat Stephen Bigelow. "I'll say. The wedding Is "d..1 against spiritual truth Is to let It.I

timers They were among football's There was a row of empty glassesin week so I'm running around in cir Interfere with business. Demetriusand SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.

greats. front of him as though he had cles-put fast What can you tell his fellow silversmiths pro- EVFKCREENS. Cowering shrubs, fruit
ordered time. Yet a/, ; L1 I trees delivered postpaid 3 Liberia, peach
them all at one the
him about
me teased to be concerned .
Greatest in Football i trees. IVi feet, SI 00 postpaid 3 Wlnesap
he did not seem to be drunk. His "Very little, I'm afraid. He hits threatened destruction of the heathen apple trees, tie feet whips, $1.!60 postpaid,
"Pop Warner should be the great- 3 Concord grape vines, 2 year vines I f 1.00
eyes were sunken in that face so the high spots, does a lot of gambling worship of Diana. postpaid, 3 Spires Van Houttel. IVfc-a feet.
est name in football a veteran prematurely cadaverous but they SI.00 postpaidWrite for price list -
plays around fast and loose Many of the enemies of the gospel 'rated In natural rotors.ATHENS ,
coach said. "Yes, Rockne was great
littered with a cold, sardonic Spends lots of dough." in our time are fighting aainstGod's NtHSEKY CO. Athens, Ala.
Knute had the most amazing
amusement that frightening.Ann .
football has ever known. was "Where does he get it?" Word because they are In -- -- -- --- -

Knute was the most popular coach Marrlot gripped McCale's "Search me." a business which Is condemned by U. S. Savings Bonds
hand in an imploring gesture."Let's "
"Oh It.
of all time. And a great one. But "Hello, Jerry," said McCale. come now.
get out of here. Tumult (vv. 28-30). -------- --
Warner "Well rumor has it that It.come 2. Senseless
Pop the more food-night qurtT"
gave game "Having your
than any of the others when he had "Maybe the 'fun is only Just beginning from the Blgelows mostly." Knowing that, their opposition was. S osen1iABPIRIW' .

Carlisle, Pittsburgh and Stanford. ," he said, rising with He chuckled to himself as be sot "I doubt that." without true foundation, they Inspired \ t
alacrity. Tate shrugged. "Some other old and agitated a wild demon j I
Pop wasn't a handshaker. He was back Into the cab, giving the address .,
On the steps a slight altercationwas gal, then. .tr a tion. WORD LARGIIT IEUEI AT fat
direct, abrupt and at times brusque.He of the Print Club. The Old
He taking place. Karen Bigelow, "What about his antecedents?" Shouting a slogan which had no ,
said what he thought was Howard, local landmark of burlesque -

no diplomat But he was the only swathed in ochre wool, was trying; was a standing 'Joke between "Don't know." Springs from Chicago real meaning, they lent their voicesto Promptly Relieves Coughs From
I'm told. the tumultuous agitation
to restrain a slightly bedraggled, ,
man that Jim Thorpe both feared them. During s former Investigation '
and respected when Jim was king." fussily dressed woman. McCalesaw he had got himself "How did he get aboard the Mayflower God. Finally, one sensible man, ACHINGCHESTGOLDS

There happened to be at least 10 that it was Sylvia Bigelow, mixed up, almost fatally, with agirl -that is, how did he burrowhis fearing the punishment of city of.
sheath into the bosom of the ficials, quieted them (Acts 19:35-41): .
"eld-timers in this midnight group. bulging out of a of satin. whose profession was appear way 'Blge
The Ephesians were Just like
All agreed that Pop was the top.- Karen was laylngt"You mustn'tgo ing In various night-club extrava low family

the game's greatest genius. I'll vote in, Mother Bigelow, you Just ganzas. In the glow of Infatuation "Well, now, let's see. First timeI many in our day: who fear man

with Red Blalk of Army along these can't. Let me take you home." he had nearly married her. They'd remember him around'the Gay more than God. But, may we ask, Helps Break Up Surface Congestion/
White Way, he had Victoria Blge if you fear the Judgment of men Jjow
lines. to New York where he had
"Get out of way! the older gone RUB ON
the Judgment
think to
low in tow. Vicky seemed to have :you escape FILiIII1I4
Another great coach, in some said. intended to set up an agency for ,
woman while. of God? After all It Is God and
the hand there for a
ways the greatest of modern times, himself after the completion of his upper
"I can't let go in. Besides, His Word unconverted
Then there were whispers you oppose
is Tom Hamilton ot Navy. tom first case In Boston, but an offer of very
he's not there, Sybil. He really isn't'there. friend. Do think He will hold
soft-but whispers, my friend, that :you
Hamilton did more for college foot seven hundred dollars a week from z

ball than all other coaches put together the producer of a higher type of entertainment Mrs Stephen Blgelow was Interested you guiltless?

-and I mean all of them in "How do you know?" had estranged them. -In a purely platonic way, we Paul was not afraid (v. 30), for

one compact mass. Except for "I looked." He Just couldn't see himself as the I hope." he had also learned that the servantof MORNING

Hamilton's Navy V and Navy: preflight "You came here to see him" husband of a woman who was "The beauteous Karen." the Lord can J.I'

teams, there would have beenno "Yes, yes-but he isn't here. ing cute in front of an audience.He .be-I II. Count on God-lie Will Deliver / \

college football from 1942 through Come home with me, Sybil." was not falsely modest Stephen Bigelow (Eph. 6:13-18): //1'/1111 II ,

1945.: < The grotesque Sybil hesitated a Indeed, took a rather harsh, cynical Is Discussed"If Writing to the church In this very NIGHT DAY when your'e asleep or
city where the Lord opened "a great on the to, MILES LITTLE PILLS-
football should erect a
College attitude toward vice. However, that
her feverish
moment bright
eyes like that little "Cents of Comfort" nudge your
you typepardonme. door and effectual" for Paul (I Cor.
statue or a monument to Hamilton, wrecked.His .
searching Karen's face. Then she affair was permanently digestive system gradually, gently
too high for Lnckman, Bangh or pushed her forcefully aside with Inamorata had gone Into her 16.9): he admonishes them and us firmly when you need an occasional
I "Oh, well if I had to be cast make full of the provision laiatlve. hack
Dobbs to cover with a pass-or a crushing show, got her seven hundred per to use They help you on the"sunsy"
kick. arrogance. week, and McCale had given him- away on a desert island or if some which God has made for victorious side without sudden blasting j
sometimes caused by harsh purgatives.
He has been the big; man of foot- The Trail Becomes deli one big horse-laugh. He had rainy afternoon-or- warfare. Your druggist sells hem, MUeeLaboratories 1

ball dilrlng the last four years for retraced his steps to the Hub, starting "That's It-just or-To proceed. There Is a complete armor, and a makes them-So,you can j

the Job he did of saving college foot A Little Plainer ; his business there, relying al. That little romance was ..hortllved.Don't mighty weapon, the sword of the buy and. take them with complete confidence. ,
CAUTION: Not to be used
ball whatever happens to him in the of his ask me why. Spirit, but none will do us the slightest ,;I
Let me by: she said, her voice together on success one Stevie wind when abdominal pain or other symptoms
i this waning season of 1946. I happen rising hysterically. I case to'get him going. "Maybe got of It. good unless we put it on and go of appendicitis are present.

i to know the Inside story of the There limousine at the i "Stephen Bigelow? That washed. Into battle. If we think we can do Take only..directed
I was a Romeo. One look from Karenor without the breastplate of righteousness MUee Laboratories" Inc., Elkhart Ind.
fight made against him to abolish up
curb. Karen walked to It, movinglike A Newspaper Man -
i Mother Sybil would squelch him, (and some Christians and
college football in 1942, and the valiant a sleepwalker. She got into it
I the Lowdown I've them all It church workers to think they
, stand 'be took against heavy without a backward glance. It Gives seen together. was seem

odds, the odds that Hamilton loves. rolled away into the dark. He lit a cigarette and sat with his like a peek at the motive behind can), or neglect to carry and use
e e Lyslstrata"Oh -" tile shield of faith, we can only ex
1 'Well' well. McCale spoke as feet up on one of the adjustableseats f'f
into of the taxi as it bumped along my Lord. If yvu're going to pect defeat We fight great splrltu -
settled back their taxi. "I
Kickers and Passers' they this
I quote-" al enemies (see vv. 11, 12 of
Cambridge street. He thought he Starts 'f
1 The growth of "air travel" In foot am more than ever convinced that chapter) and we' need the best In
had done rather well in the time "I'll spare you. Speaking ot
in the
there is a nigger Blgelow All
, ball-particularly professional football both offensive and defensive equipment from __
woodpile." he had spent in Boston, In spite of Mama though, she had her day in "
: -is one of the features of this such as his decision not the too. She here and r'
"I should so. Ann smiled obstacles sun, was \ :
air-minded I refer to say of truth binds the iaM
; passing .The girdle up
age. ;
s wearily. "As our good pal, Rocky, to take divorce cases, not to hold there giggling and goofing over him
eliminates the hindrances
I and kicking the police, not to get in the for time. Nice warrior and j t r
, would say-everyone seems one out on quite some set-up, COLD PIIPARA"'I I
Passers such as Luckman. Baugh, to rapid movement. The .
He had
leap ahead of a fit" way of rival agencies. managed eh? I TABlltJ OR y
Dobbs, Ace Parker, Filchock. breastplate is righteousness, not his
to keep his head above water
Young Tate surveyed the table I Caultom Take only e, din"
Christman, etc., have increased in It was still quite early. Another own but Christ's, but it must be
and' had acquired a reputation of !
with wise old He shook
Importance from year to year. And night, they might have gone on to and discreflbn besides. top eyes appropriated and used. I ;
there soon will be a new flock heading one or another of the nightclubs, honesty selt derislon his head. "He finally did get aroundto The soldier must be well shod for WNU-7 47-48..
curled as he
in from the colleges-Gilmer, but McCale was in no mood for it lip Veronica Right through the the long rough journeys and to give
laughed In the face of his. own ex "
Layne, Wedemeyer, etc., who will He knew Ann's evening was prob. family to the pot of gold him a good foothold in the day of

be in big demand when their cam ably spoiled, though she said noth pansive ego. "Kind of roundabout, you think?" battle. Peace In the heart provides i \

pus time is over. Ing. He reached for her hand, expecting "No sense "being so damned com "Now, I don't know. It may be such a firm vantage point In the fight
boy. He was talking to WbrkWell-
A group of pro coaches recentlywas more of her incurable flippancy placent, he thought he was being clever." for God.

arguing about the,fastest back. but she, too, seemed sunkIn himself haven't like a got putch much uncle.forrader"So far, McCale rose to go. "Yov don't Faith Is the quickly moved shield, For You To Feel Well

said "where Halas a thoughtful depression. When you on all the fiery darts. Here
"I see, one the problem at hand." know of any tie-up between him catching; Zi hours every day T days every
names McAfee. I'd say Gallerneau they drew up before the apartment and Shari Lynn, the singer that's again It Is not my faith or yours week, never Itopplni, the kidneys Alter
where she lived she kissed He sighed unhappily as the cab vests matter from toe bloody
on his own club was even faster. aouse doubling at the Abbey: and Latin alone, but our faith In God, putting K more people were aware of bow the
He can fly" him lightly before they got out, drew up with a screech of brakes Quarter shows?" him between us and our enemies kldnara: must constantly remove surplus
made no remark when he told the before a tall, gray office building. fluid, excess acids and other waste
"What about Franck of the cJb thai cannot In the blood
"Nothing I vouch for. They tar
Giants?" another asked. "He can driver to wait As he fitted her key Between this and another older The sword of the Spirit, which Is without Injury to health I there wouldbe
Into the outside door, she spoke. structure was a narrow alley, at seem to be on pretty good terms. God is Dater usderetanding of wAr the
Word of our allpowerfulweapon.
also move. know the whole la when kidney fail
which By the way, I do that pressure system upset
"Drink the back of could be
seen a
Neale still refuses to be- Let us not neglect to use it te unction properly.
Greasy "No." faintly lighted doorway. McCale was brought to bear some Burning, scanty or too frequent urination .
lieve of these can outrun Steve line We are so prone to talk about the sometimes warns that somethingIs
any where along the over a bit of
Buren with football under either "What are you up to? Where are made for this. From behind the Bible, to defend it, to argue Mr Its wro... You may suffer' sagging bsek-
Van a Watts In his column.
gossip printed ache headaches, diulD_ rheumatic
you going? stark walls on each side of him, he
arm. Orders went through to squelcn truths Talking about a sword does pains, cettlaf up at nights ewellinj.Why .
"Places ladles don't with couldr hear the rumble and roar of effective. Let's aot try Doom PtUtl Yea wm
grace not make it really
led another argument
This to" of the sort tha
machinery, for the presses of the anything more be mint a medicine recommended the
who is the best combination kicker their presence. might come under the snooping use itPrayer country ever lioan i stimulate the function
and Baugh of the Red "I'm willing.to- forget I'm a lady biggest newspaper In town bad their. is always to be counted onand of the kidney. and help. them !.
passer home throe eye. flush out poisonous wrote from the
skins or Dobbs ot the Brooklyn for tonight"She "Which only shows that the great it is both a defensive and offensive blood. They contain Bothlnf ...rml....
Frlnt Club where Get 0..,,'. today Us. with eonndencc.At .
Both bad a secret :yen for the The pressmen weapon. It keeps us la
Dodgers are great passers can buy protection. all drag stores.DOAN .
and both are among the best kick. seamier side, the substrata, the ob- and reporters gathered to drink and "Oh, well Come the revolution. touch with the Captain of the Lord's

cure. converse throughout the night, was hosts We call for help, get orders
call that
ers. Both can on a play so "
few use-the quick kick. It is the "We won't go Into that now," he on the third floor of the narrow "Just. Well thanks, old boy and transmit news of victory SPILLS

greatest yard gainer of all said He turned her head toward edifice at the end of the alley Duke) "For whstT" through prayer.

him. "Here." opened the) door and went up the) (TO BE CONTINUED A

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plained reasons YoursDear :
CUS months Very Truly duly elected and qualified raw.O. sx WILl,rr.WOHTHWISTERIA
(Dhcccljnbcc 1 landing down a decision for 1. Mayor AI PeUU/ Nan 4rYe.
und essential railroad purchasing and While Florida like all of the nation ear ter rased. :
alydr, Red,. :C.J
Clerk a.a. :
2. City :
would feel the effects of Ns d
U. expansion Is blocked. The Industry I a prolongedcoal
Published Every Friday ky Friends Five City Councilmen 105 a .aawea, :s.aesscree.
under strike In the curtailment of industrial 8 . a slKtweewest
Ok.al.rbe. magnificlently -
News Co., at Is performing
Okeechobee All Floridians should know that WHEREOF I have !mea s roe,.,
., Okeechobee County, Fl.Hda adverse conditions-but It must beallov : and agricultural activity, she IN WITNESS of &;.d.h'\PLeertloeYAYD.4d.: ..
there I.ear' Brooksvllle the rare hereunto let my hand as Mayor
I. In
a more position than
the financial lifeblood tha'
BRYANT i BOWDEN: ..... .... Kdltot ( home and property known M Chlnse the City of Okeechobee, Florida, and ri dalal/ car. .:==Ms
most other states and Floridians eatnl.l..e
will permit it to perform still better as '.1.r.'wb
-SUBSCRIPTION BATE In the future. Individuals will surfer less than the gut Sanctuary, It formerly belonged caused the corporate seal of laid tb.=:tVDS..I.--g.a.:I:: \:: ,

One Year In advance .. . ..$3.00 poople of any other section to Colonel Raymond Robbins, one of city to be hereto affixed, and the Red""' .' _

Six Months In advance..1.50 Ready To Go At least Florida will eat and Florida the great men of Florida and the Na- same attested by the City Clerk this With ttl.aa.k Ards Pal.cdes.w .

Three Months in advance .. .100 Is It true that private utilities, using will keep warm for our natural ion. Col. Robbins moved to Florida 29th day of October A. D. 1946. E Mepr.atta,

Adtertlilnf bills are parable on the their own money instead of tax resources In fruit, vegetables, cattle, when a boy with hit foster mother H. H, RAULERSON, raaTe
lilt of each month Parties onknewa te '
publishers reqolred to par In advance. money, would develop the nation' hogs, poultry, fish, an abundance of from Kentucky, A poor boy, ha Mayor of the City of
e. asa 1Yere
hydroelectric resources if they were sunshine and, If needed, ample fire dreamed of owning tome day the Okeechobee., Florida.
Entered as second rinse matter Jaly
1. 1914, at the Poet Office In Oke eibe *- permitted to, and If the government wood should a cold spell strike, will highest hill In the vicinity which al- Attest LORENA PEARCE, DRUG SUNDRIES
.. Ft.., under Act of Mar S, 18 l. Clerk
dldnt monopolize the business An care for our needs. ready had a large old house on It City Tear out this Adr. M a reminder

answer to that very Important question Curtailment of transportationwould After a colorful career ai coal miner (City of Okeechobee ,Seal) _-

A Shabby Decision was recently given In Georgia' hit Ui hardest a. it would limo and gold miner he went to the Yukon ,
The bola Issue underlying the continuing The government has planned a :It the shipment of the largest fruit II a prospector and wrung a fortune ,R: IfyflIRlC1f RART'R: >I11711ISJIlZ: : uu g 4 gg g. "" " un"un"..

/ soft coal controversy has $15,0000,0000( power development and vegetable crop on record, and from the frozen North.

turned Into this: Shall one union project on the Savannah River Now would reduce tourist travel on the IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
Now rich, he returned to the ion
have life and death power over a due to some curtailment In funds railroads although this lost would;

priceless natural resource on which It Is doubtful If the government can piobabily be more than offset by tho of his poor youth and bought hie MORTGAGES BE
dream place To It he loon brought INVESTING IN ,
our entire Industrial system depends !go, ahead with the work So the Savannah arrival of'greater number who would
-hal It the power to arrogantly and River Electric Company, a drive South In their own care to escape his bride and the two through the SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE

successfully defy the authority of private utility which is Part of a the discomforts of life In the years, while leading exacting' lives In AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY

the government itself ApparentlyIt largo affiliated system, has petitioned colder and congested areas other parts of the Nation and the ,

haw the Federal Power Commission While the picture Isn't very pleas world, built their home Into one of

No other construction can be placed for a license to ,take over the job ant we can be assured that millions the most engaging places In all the ,I Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.

upon the reopening of the unex- announcing that it ll prepared to will starve or freeze to death land. The Robbins deeded the prop.

plred agreement between the United start at once. In Its application, I throughout the nation before Florida erty, reserving only the home place L. BARBER Manager

Mine Workers and the governmnt spokesman said that the utility "can ever feels the pinch of genuine hunger for residence during their lives, to
Dp*, ,g DmmD" ,
Commenting on this situation, the not sit still In the face of the tremendous or frostbite. the United States government, for experimental

New York Times says "Clearly the demand for electricity already All business would suffer ,of work In livestock raising,

Administration has not yet learned existing In Its territory, and course, and many shortages would\ agriculture, forestry and wild life

that It buys a score of futurre strikes In the face of a constantly Increasing develoP because of the lack of transportation preservation, TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES,

for every present strike that It 'set demand.which will take place .. and commercial fuel. Millions ,
Mn. and I visited Chlnse-
tles' In this way. It has not yet the area develops In the coming of workers, now gainfully employed Pepper I CASH REGISTERS
learned that .would be thrown out. of work gut last week to enjoy the hospitalityof
a continuous policy of years I BOUGHT & SOLD
Col. Robbins and for me to see .
yielding to such price demanded for In short, a private company Is through; no fault of their own 01

settlement, It does not seem to know I ready to put up $45,000,000 and to their employer, and should this hAp. how the government could use' the Repairs To All Makes

that it i Is about to set a precedent proceed with this big project with Pen they have only to thank the New property consisting of some two

in the coal fields for still another : out delay. And, once the project was Deal which fostered the govern thousand acres to the greatest bone-

general round of wage demands In operation, the company would pay mental policies that brought on! th:s fit of Florida livestock, forestry and The Craft ShopPhone
deplorable situation., agricultural Interests, and Honda's
more strikes and wage Increases It sn estimated $150,000 a year in coon

l la giving a perfect demonstration of ty, school district and state ad va They can particularly thank their valuable wild life. 1 have already

what might hIve been suspected in lorem taxes ,plus $450,000 more In friend Senator Pepper, who has con. had the matter up with government 695 - - Ft. Pierce

advance, -that whe nthe government Federal and stats. Income taxes If latently fought every effort to curb agencies and we are considering an

takes over directly the settlement of! the Federal government built the labor and provide the nation with expansion of the Present program so

wage disputes, the decisions made project, by contrast, the money of protective legislation against the II to make this very valuable property -

are based not on economic but on political all the people would be used-and W misuse of power by arrogant labor one of the greatest experimental

considerations" would be exempt from taxes assessed Coders. stations In th Nation. If you can doso

i against private citizens and business As this la written the outlook fora visit the Sanctuary, just about

Free Enterprise At Work speedy settlement of our problems four miles north of Brooksvllle. You '

Those who forecast that the virtual What Is true of this Georgia utility -I far from encouraging. Backingup I will see one of the loveliest pots In BERRY
elimination of price control and Is true of private utilities In ev ; John Lewis, the American Federation the world

return to the free market would ery section of the country. Theyare of Labor and the Committee My mother and I visited our old

result 'n imm'rdiete disastrous Inflation ready to go ahead with power for' Industrial Organization, through home In Alabama last week and also FUNERAL
development on an scale present am'' their William Green and
were an badly fooled as will ; spokesmen went to the old country home near
K future demand justifies-and to create Phillip have record
tlfse who think that prices will Murray, gone* on Camp Hill where I was born ,to the
uturn to "noimal1 overnight. enormous new taxable assets. All as ready to join him In hie fight In
old Baptist church where my mother,
What actually happened was that that stands In the way a the political the event the government attempts HOME
when I was a little boy, used to play
some prices rose In the first flurry drive to socialize one of our to deal with him through legal or
the old fashioned organ and my Fa. ,
after decontrol, while some turned most progressive Industries-at s other means
.her Sunday schol superintendent -
downward. The Idea that the public cost of billions to the taxpayers.r But John doesn't need their assurance I was
In the church yard we visited Licensed Funeral Director
would pay any price for anything or their help lie Is sitting

was proven baseless As Time put it, Oyster Industry pretty All John has to do Is sit the grave of my grandfather and ,
grandmother and greatgrandfather
"More and more sales clerks heard tight and millions of CIO and AFL my
and grandmother and our
two long forgotten phrases: 'How workers will find themselves out of great

much Is it?' and 'No thanks'' And On The Increase work without the necessity of striking relatives. They still tell a story on AMBULANCE SERVICEPahokee

In the last week of October, accordIng in his behalf. When you shut me that when they were trying to

to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Says David B. Lee down the coal mines for any lengthof get me to join the church I declined

food prices declined as much as four time you automatically shut down until I could whip one of the nc'gh-!

per cent the steel Industry, tine railronds borhood boys who had given me a

On top of that, there has been avery Florida' oyster Industry Is booming utilities, mills and factories, for Industry 'licken Phone 2301- Belle Glade Phone 247

noticeable Improvement in the according to David B. Lee, chief cannot operate without fuelor At Camp Hill I spoke in the high .
supply of both manufactured goods sanitary engineer, State Board of materials with which to produceand school where I graduated at seventeen -

and farm products That simply Health There has been a 100 per keep men employed. : and with relatives and friends

means that supplies are flowing cent Increase In the number of certified .. .
Court action Is not very satisfactory from childhood lived over again the

legitimate channels-and the black oyster plants in Florida over a In an emergency and even II days of the youth we all like to keep
three-year period with 78 plants In
market expiring the government were BO foolish as fresh and sweet In memory. It was
On both the producing and retailIng operation at the beginning of this
to throw Mr. Lewis In jail they would Interesting to see ,the little town.

levels, the normal healthy processes season, he said.compared to 35 during 191344. simply be locking the barn door after which were normally sleepy )little

of competition are once more the horse had been stolen. All this the
, The hub of Florida's towns supported entirely by
in evidence-and these processs are oyster Indus
would accomplish would be to make
try Is Franklin farming round about now becoming
the beat guarantee we have of a progressive County and vicinity Mr. Lewis a martyr and cause the '
table economy. Chain There, 40 of the 78 plants which are uniting of all labor groups behind industrial with numerous little factories PAINTINGPAINTING

stores an dependent stores are certified by the Bureau of Sanitary springing uP. And the fanning

going out for the customer's business Engineering State Board of Health him.So too has changed. It l II no longer
find ourselves
we with the President
They are keeping prices at the for shucking, packing, an Interstate principally cotton growing but Is diversified -
of the United States on one
lowest level consistent with the shipment are located. with livestock raising the
hand representing 142,000,000 Americans .
times. The free enterprise system Along with the announcement of ( and John Lewis representing principal source of Income. and and EXTERIOR

Is .:r/ol'klng-as it has always worked the increase In oyster production In We stopped on the way back at the
400,000 coal miners on the other, witha DECORATING DONE ON CONTRACT OR
when freed of government-impoeedfettters Florida came the seasonal warning reserve of approximately 15,000,000 old home of my mother' mother,
from the State Board of Health to born,
organized workers, pledged by their where my mother was also BY THE HOUR
---- ---- use caution In buying and gathering It Is somewhat -
leaders to support him If a show near Lanvale, Georgia.
"The Most Wonderful oysters Mr. Lee stressed that buyer down comes. sad to go Into these communities Paint Furnished
If Desired
should\ look for the State certification good
Promise"Anyone Of the where there were once
number the course Chief Executive has
on container suchas
who be wondering If i and well-to-do families, and
may FLA-10 MD an Army and a Navy, a Congress and
or 190 (Maryland). Write
the railroads are making maximum When the Courts, but unless you want to to find the old home gone and the
I on an outing, do not gatherysters
use of their facilities will be Inter for start a civil war you cannot use them old families moved away and the
your own use unless you BENNETT and DRAWDYGeneral
ested In a recent statement by Colo- I I have checked with your local county with any degree of success and Mr. country often much run down. AI

nel J. Monroe Johnson, director of health Lewis knows this. You cnnnot mine this Is written I am enjoying a short
department with respect to
the Office of Defense Transporta the area being free from pollution coal with bayonet nor can you mine hunt near fast-growl/g Fort Waltonon DeliveryOKEECHOBEE

} Lion he said It with sharp words, court orders or our beautiful West Florida Coast FLORIDA

During the week which ended October A shellfish sanitation program wa an Act of Congress so long as a mlnoritv I have shot some quail and am still

19 last, the railroads loaded set up at the request of the shellfish group as powerful ai organ I hopeful that I am going to get a

011,768: ; freight cars That said Industry following an extensive bed labor Is more loyal to It. lender I big buck. I wish you were here to

, Colonel Johnson, was "the most wonderful outbreak in 192425 of typhoid fever ship than to Its nation's President. enjoy this attractive part of Florida .

I performance In the history of ascribed to contaminated shellfish All this screaming at John Lewis too. \

American railroading It exceeds Involving 890 cases In five different seems rather silly considering the Very truly yours,

by 16,0000 cars any weekly loading statM. I fact that we gave him his dub and CLAUDE PEPPERPROCLAh1ATION : I

handled during the war years. U S. Public Health Service has now we howl our heads off when he : :

Despite this great achievement formulated minimum requirement I attempts to use It. John Is smart and iaiic-

Colonel Johnson added ,a shortageof under this cooperative program; the John Is shrewd He sees a chance i
cars will continue Indefinitely, as authorities tfl tnlc aver American l labor and to virtue of
State regulatory adopt WHEREAS, under and by
the potential demand Is some 1,098- hell with Mr. Green and Mr', Murray
similar regulations, enforce them and the provisions of the Charter of the

000 cars a week. ef- Issue certificates to those shipper The only thing he has to consider I lethe City of Okeechobee, Florida, It li the I
Here la more evidence to the with regulations who loyalty of his mine workers and and
complying proclaim
duty of the Mayor to
fact that the railroads are virtually agree to secure shellfish only from from the way they are standing behind call General City Election at the RADIO AND APPLIANCESERVICE

. performing miracles In making every him that la at all.
In service do the those sources apprnved by state authorities time and In the manner provided by
piece of equipment If John Lewis can win this fight Charter
The efficiencyof said City ,
biggest Possible job The Bureau of Sanitary Engineer ,. he know. he will be the King Pin of NOW THEREFORE, I, H. H I
at a higher
the Industry was never Ing periodically surveys and test American Labor and ho considers the of the City of
dim the Raulenon, Mayor
that does not
level. But railroads must buy oyster growing areas of commercial I. game worth the candle George Okeechobee, Florida, do hereby PRO

fact that the of new equip- lirport Oyster producing plants are White, Tampa Morning Tribune car. CLAIM and DECLARE that a GEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS

enormous quantities Inspected monthly for sanitary fact!? toenist, hit the nail squarely on the by the duly
can't buy nearly -
meiit-and that they permitted sties and cleanliness. All personnelare head with his cartoon where he pictured elector of the City of
enough unless they are certified food handlers Uncle Sam crucified on a mlner'i qualified
money That Okeechobee, Florida, be held at the New Radios Available Now
the necessary
to earn pick with John Lewis standing the
only come from City Hall In said City, during
money, structure In turn based on today's Start Relief In"6 seconds to one side "saying, "Let'i see ya geoff regular hours of voting, to-wlt Electric and Battery
rate of that'
a and operating costs.A ,from All 6 usual.COlaMS \.I;.I';. from 8:00 o'clock A. M. until Sun
woes result, the future of railroading \ It looks like we were really In fora down on Tuesday, December 8, 1946( ,

a largely In the hands of the "Merry Christmas" and a "Scrappy for the purpose electing the following LOCATED IN !
Commerce Commission, to New Year"Advertise officer to serve at such, for NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG.
Interstate ,
the railroad have applied for AI'e the two years beginning on the first

moderate which rate Increase. For un.i i in The News Monday In January, A. D. 1947, and


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STRAW VOTE TAKENBY I gum, rosin and turpentine for paper '
King Bros. Circus Fla.iPossibilitiesI '
C. OF CAT PERRYA .. and soap pr"ducta.l

Truly the path lias been clearedfor Arrival Dec. (>

Due In Few Days I straw vote on whether, or not (Continued from 'Page 1) Industry in Florida. No.1GLADIOLI

crops suitable to the Everglades has
packing meters should be InstalledIn

For Two ShowsThp Perry showed nearly two to one been predicated upon by-products wish to FOR announce MAYORI that I am a BULBSFrom
possibilities with
I Interesting results.:
iuppotlng nt
move the meeting
candidate for reelection the office
if Taylor For Instance, bl.tckltrpp: molasses Isa to Disease Free Fields of Minnesota and
county chamber of commerce I of Mayor of the City of Okeechoboe
King Bros. Circus' ,one of theworld' by-product of raw sugar manufac Wisconsin
here PRICE
I Tuesday night. In the Election to be held Tueaday, 7T/2 Cents tack
big amusement ture. Spent grasses are by-protluct
1'rosldent; Joe II., Scales, Jr., said, December 3.
will cxhib: In Okeechobee, Thursday however I of essential oils taken from oil- I Rose BushesPink
that the C. of C. was notpromotln& H. II. RAULERSON.
Dec. 5th. bearing Vine .
fibre and
' trasses. non-

.I More than ISO performers representing the Installation of meters recoverable carbohydrates nre byproducts Radiance ._ ..__ .._65c ''each

the best talent obtainable but was merely trying to get all of root starches. Vines, : FOR MEMBER OF THE CITY Red Radiance .._.....___ ___.65c each

1 i from the five continents of the world I available the public facts, and to present themto pomace and menl are by-products of : COUNCILI No. 1-2 year old Stock

are to be seen with the big show this I take this opportunity to announce
vegetable oils and fats Tops, leives For Delivery First Week In December
I that I sm a candidate for
searton. I and stalks are by-products of fa nls
I j I As a prelude to the circus performance All City Councilman for the City otOlueahob.
Digest of Recent. of these, singly or in combination
a gloriously enchanting and I may be used to produce high .. In the election to beheld Burgess Supply Co.

stupendous spectacle entitled "La Tuesday, Dsosmber 8. I will
grade dally and fattening feeds Oth- ;
Fiesta I Opinions The I rote and support,
a gorgeous fiesta, Is unfolded. By appreciate your
er possibilities hill the ( -
To those who love fairy lore, It' (nation. 'I CONNIE W, RAULERSON! ,

far exceeds In magnificence brilliancy
Attorney General from sugar cane, Is already an old
gorgeousness and beauty the FOR MEMBER OF THE CITY
story as a building material.
glories of any spectacle yet staged COUNCIL.

byy this circus. There will be dancing Legally county judges cannot keep Typical of Florida's new Industrial I take this opportunity to announce

girls; great companies of trained secret the application, for uftlook is the citrus concentrates Industry. that I am a candidate for
a marriage
,singers, orchestras of vast size, license In Florida, Call It a war baby, If you the office of Member of the City

grand golden-toned organs and the. General J. Tom Watson says Attorney will, for it was developed during thewar Council in the election to be held

crash of cymbals. Yet this colossal I Replying to an inquiry from County But the newly devised system Tuesday, December 3. I will appreciate TIRESTUBES

production which dally amazes thou of 'processing grapefruit and orange the vote and support of every
Judge W. F. Blanton of Miami,
sands la but one feature of the King Juice now makes It possible to reduce
the attorney general declared the law
Bros. Circus. their bulk and yet preserve the Rod Chandler
requites that a of each
The Flying Jordan troupe, serial- copy application flavor and all the healthful elements.The .

lets who work high up In the domeof for license to wed must be posted advantages In shlping are obvious FOR RE-ELECTION AS A MEMBEROF

the "big top," come from South at the front door of the courthouse and insure the sale of all that THE CITY COUNCIL.

America, to and..thrill for three days prior !to the ap-
maze you Florida growers can roduce. I take this opportunity to announce

along with the Christian! troupe of plicntion tome annoyance by photographers With the largest commercial forest that I am a candidate for reelection

English rl'lers, the dancing iomeraaultlng and notaries public," wrote slue in the south, Florida now Is delivering as a member of the City

tumbling wire walker Louts Watson, "but I feel sure that the
; about $75,000,000 worth of Council In the election to be held
Velarde; the aerial Silverton trio benefit of the law will outweighsuch OUR STOCK IS COMPLETEALL
forest products eac hyear This leads Tuesday, December 3. I will appreciate
erlalists, champions of Argentineand annoyances."
\ naturally to the possibilities of furniture your vote and support.

the famous Toyanna Family of factories and paper n'lllt BRAD THOMAS SIZES BOTH PASSENGER and TRUCK

pquilihrl b. Clowns, headed by Until the supreme court rules oth-
Plastic are Introduced and Flor-
Tine Wilson, Fred Wenzel and Bozo pnviw, the state beverage !
depaitnient -
Ida takes Hold. FOR RE-ELECTION AS A MEMBEROF Complete Service On All Makes of Cars
Ward will furnish fun for the little has been advised to require
The heretofore useless scrub CITY COUNCIL ---i -
palmetto -
folk. King Bros .Circus troupe of clubs to be chartered or Incorporatedfor
which carpets Florida's coastal I wish to announce that I am a
dancing horses ridden by feminine
not less than two years beforereceiving
riders will be seen. regions, now has been found to ben candidate for re-election as a memo

a liquor license. excellent base for plastic' ma- ber of the City Council in the City
There are 600 people with the Me Attorney General J, Tom Watson
(trial. Already Industry la launched Election to be held December 3. I
show which recently returned to Informed James T. Vocelle, state an and OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO.
will vote
appreciate your sup
here processing this prolicfic
America fter a tour of South Amn" bO"'J nile director, that the evident port.
plant Into a plastic material with a
Ica. The 150 performer represent
Intent of the law was that a club ALTO WATFORD, SR. ,
eight foreign countries. Twentytwotents must be chartered or incorporatedfor vide range of uses.

covering 12 acres of groundare Florida today Is shipping about
at least two
years before applying FOR CITY CLERK
used to house the transient city $28,000,000 in minerals each year. SALES CD SERVICEU
for a license. A club which had I take this opportunity to announce .
which at night Is transported from Here again you can see opportunity.With .
been In continuous and existence
that I am a candidate for ro
town to town upon two special con- all the new techniques for
for at least two years had election to the office of City ClerkIn TIRES PUROIL
voyys. processing, an Increasing amount ofstate's
received a charter and then applied. the election to be held December
clean business methods
The reeources.mineral, mari-
The director had refused the request 3, 1046. I will appreciate your continued "Where Service Is A Fact"
of this great traveling
the magnitude time, forest and agricultural. .. .are
I of the club. The attorney general vote and support.
enterprise have always made theKin& bound !to leave Florida as finished
visitors said the director's ruling should LORENA PEARCE
Bros. Circus welcome products.. ,
marvel stand until changed by court order. II/;
This ,
to this community. A typical example is the phosphate
super show of 1,000 wonders, represents In another opinion to Vocelle, the industry. The largest and richest 'FOR MEMBER ,OF TilE

Immense Investment.The attorney general ruled that oureouits CITY COUNCILI
an concentration of phosphate rock
have held breweries were entitled on wish to announce that I am a
performances will be given at the continent lies in the west-central
will to a deduction on reports of candidate for member of the City OKEECHOBEETHU.
2 and 8 p.m. The doors open of Florida. For this has
Inlpecr tax liability for beer made at the part years Council In the City Election to beheld

an hour earlier to permit an .- and given to employees been worked by open mining and the In Okeechobee Tueaday Dec .X.w. ._ ,
. plant
. ....w- tlon of the Immense 100, or to enJoy away crude : i
out the 'I
? of
concert of popular. and operatic or friends of the brewery. product shipped cember 3, 1948. I will appreciateyour .
a state for processing elsewhere Now
vote and support. 5
music by Prof. Lee Hinckley's military -
the Victor Chemical Works, one of GINO BOROMEIFOR DEC.
band. Dues to a state organization of
the leading producers of phosphorus
supervisors of registration are not a
Is establishing! In Pinellas county a REELECTION AS A MEMBER
NOTICE: OP INTF.KTIOW TOBELT. proper public expense, Attorney General .
$2,000,000 plant. This operation, In CITY COUNCILI
that J. Tom Watson has advised Len. At Joe's Country Club
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN eluding one of the world's largest wish to announce that I am a
pursiinnt to Section IS (1)). Chapter dell Sharer, Manatee county super
201158.: Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. electric furnaces, will reduce pebble candidate for reelection as a memberof I
147IT, Laws visor of Public Instruction. The attorney
of and Florida.Section Acts 07. ram:, is amended general wrote that while such phosphate to phosphoric acid base for the City Council in the City Election on No. 15 HighwayErIT"tL

by Section 11, Chapter 20858 Laws of Innumerable foods, pharmaceuticaland to be held Tuesday December 4. ,
I' lands. Arts of IOU, and also pursuant organizations will produce much
to Section 42. Chapter 2OT22. industrial products.Florlda'i : I will appreciate your vote and support '
Laws of Florida Arts of 1941. ss good will, a study of the laws failsto -
list of valuable natural .
22079 I
19. Chapter
amended by
r for considering
laws of Florida. Acts of 1943. and produce any authority resources Is long . .as long as the Z. K. WILLIAMSFOR \
Section 44. Chapter 20722 Laws of their due as something to be
Florida, Acts of 1941. as amended by coastline that stretches from Jacksonville .
22079 Laws of paid by the public.
Section Florida 21.Acts Chapter of 1943, the following to Key West and from Key MEMBER OF THE CITY pL. kLiJ111.I1iI IIIIIt

iKscrlhed lands In Okeechobee County. West to Pensacola. None of them COUNCILI ; I II

Klortdn.Lots 7 to-wlt to 16 Inc. Blk. 3, City of Cattle dipping laws have become should be overlooked or underrated. take this opportunity to announce I ." ''L

Okeechohee.Lots 2. 3.. 4 and 7 to 12 Rlk. 105 "somewhat antiquated" lathe opin- But the state's priceless climate and that I am a candidate for the officeof I I

/ City of Okeechobee. ion of Attorney General J. Tom Wat- strategic location should be put wellto Member of the City Council in I f'
8 to 6 Inc. llk. 37, First to.
Lots ,,
.AM, to .!. Uker-hilun sen. the forefront in any picture of Its the election to be held Tuesday, December J .

Lots 1 to 6 Inc. Blk :38 TInt Laws which govern relmbur emen,' Industrial future. It was primarily 3. I will appreciate the vote . .---,- ,...... It
Add. to II. Okeechobee. 'l" ", .. .".'
Lots 3 to 6 Inc. and (0 to 12 Inc.Hlk. of cattle owners for the expense of climate that more than doubled FlorIda and support of everyone ti; :'\

.. 39, -First Add. to 8. Okeechobee. rounding up the animalifand dipping a leading manufacturing state DALTON BRETT IIJI ;, /

Will be ottered tbe for aale b.st cash Did.Cowmi.alonerts them are based upon a legislative Human efficiency in manufacturIng

cry for tr.r 1Ittla01 the conclusion of many years ago that FOR MEMBER OF THE CITY
0' "Drainage has become Increasingly important
Everglades all cattle In Florida had fever tk-ks COUNCILI .. I
District, and/or Board of County and human efficiency Is con .. :
ronunUsloners of Okeecbobee County, or were exposed to them. Since then, take this opportunity to announce s. lif:
reject any and all bids. trolled to a great extent by the way
I'lurlda Courtbouse to beginning at 10:00: the attorney general pointed out, that I am a candidate for the officeof 1
lit the feel beat when livIng :
men "
o'clock A. M. on the lilth 0,y of December i Florida has been declared tick-free, Member of the City Council in (! 'I a'
104H. Ea ement for drainage conditions for their families andworkln& '
niul rei'Initiation and road purposeswill I but cattle still must be dipped when conditions for themlselveare the election to be held Tuesday, De- .EWaND :t

be reserved OF COMMISSIONERS occasional flareups occur, or when cember 3, I will appreciate the vote '.. IIJIIItI IATUaEI 01 \
KOAItn conditions .11I :"II
I at their beat. Living This MAa3EL ato DOUIU
OK KVEUOt.ADES DRAINAGE the state live stock sanitary board and support of everyone.GLEN flint FROM CONQUUOMO =:n ...
DISTRICTBOARD and working conditions are at their .r'YJI : "
.nd I orders dipping In a quarantine area DAVIS STUPENDOUSLY PRESENTINGTHE
OKRECHOBEID to determine if ticks are present.The '
OF Under the ideal living and working ... 22 TENTS-COO PIOPLE-20 CLOWNS .
I Hy MABEL P. conditions In Florida, leading Indus-
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of provide for sharing the expense of COUNCILI TRIUMPH 0' COLOSSAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Okeechobee County. Florida, trial engineers tell us that it is rea-
as agent for said Boards. such dipping, said the attorney gen Increasesin take this opportunity to announce /' .... .:; ,fCTfI.
sonable to expect voluAtary
By Connie W Raulerson, eral. that I am a candidate for the officeof \1 Pre
Deputy Clerk unit production of 20 to 30 per vrJo
Member of the City Council In .. fIt".L' t
cent over that in the so-called industrial i\1\ ,,:7 rf .
the election to be held Tuesday, December ;, '" <. _
areas of the country. And +
Ad .rti..m.at will the vote -
3. I appreciate ""
that Is In addition to the efficiency 'l'K. \. t.Jif ..., f\
and support of everyone. .....
From where I sit..6J Joe Marsh Increases possible through Improved J. 0. PEARCE, JR. 11i,! / :?F l YJ't. ,, -

processes In new factories built In .... .JJl ..

Florida which would be denied factories /: I
NOTICEThe lr'rrJI" .
already in operation in eatab-
Registration Books for the
Why Bert Wont lished Industrial arei\,s. I BI6GER-8ETTEH- RAMDEJI THAN EVER BEFORE
City of Okeechobee will be oPen In As Ecltosiac *...> "....w...'e areeteet Stows
First Prize Geographically, Florida Is the natural 'the office of City Clerk at the City N.w c..Iito..

aerial gateway to the vast mar "' NEW ERA IN ia.i..d AMUSEMENTS
Hall In the City of Okeechobee beginning I e IfI"'I.. - e +.
Indies Central and : I.ma==::. -"
kets of the West November 13 and continuinguntil it Sl r4 k.ns.Nsug Wait
with the enjoyment of a caDft.IA'NED.-aL CIIICUa :..III'm..
Folk w.ren't'.urprlled when belong South America. Speeded transportation midnight November 22. All who ..) ialaltlee sores AM N1P1pe .

Cert Childeri won first prize for wholesome beverage of moderation. which has brought Florida to a
expect to participate In the coming
his corn at the county fair. And Andy, of course, is'a wholehearted only a few hours from the market City Election must be registered. [ ), Z7., ;; e 1

Yet the judges admit it wasn't supporter of "Self Regulation centers of our own countries also has LORENA PEARCE,

had the finest ," That's the system by which W l'\ "
Just because Bert brought these vast and virtually untapped Clerk City of Okeechobee, ,

ears of corn. He knew how to dial the Brewers and tavern keepers markets to the south correspondingly Florida S TS b". M .i

flay them: neatly arranged, with tli) :maelves make sure that taverns closer. O b ,

the husks cleanly trimmed, and the .,...ne leer are clean and orderly, .
The) story of Florida's industrial Pantepec Oil Company of Vene- 0;:. --7./ J VJ'"J.\'L'\' 'f; l'lo1' \; ...,\...\ ...
,. booth white and spotless. From where I sit, people like
growth and possibilities Is ever un.foldln& sula has arranged, subject to stock ..J _;,' .(, ,i' U"i." .
make differ "First prize Not .
"Trimmings" sure a 'j also 4 4a ""
limitations forbid a holders to acquire for a
Spice approval
ence no matter what you're offer ju for the quality of the product

ing-as Andy Botkin keeper of the -jut for the "trimmings" too. discussion of almost limitless opportunities $1,111,111, leases on some 4,600,000 '.'

Garden Tavern, well knows. Andy such as Florida's beach sand serfs of Florida oil lands Includingbay

doesn't Just veil !good beer He sells for glass manufacture, Its packing and bayou bottoms, river bottoms

it In a place that's clean send attrac c90e./7 and canning business as a ready mar portions of Lake Okeechobee .......... -il'

, tive."In nice surroundings that ket for glass jars and bottles, Its rich and 10 other lakes. Lenses will be

deposit of mineral pigments as an In- taken In the name of "The. Florida .. :H. I I : I I' Il :
Copyri,bt,194G, VnittJ Staltt Dututrt Fvundutii "
centive to paint manufacture, its Company,



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Turkey and Trimming THANKSGIVING DINNER WNU Wiihtnitoa Bur..u ,, ,, YEASTNO
ill Ey St., N. W,
4 Should Be Prepared,

Chilled Vegetable,Juice 'Valley Authorities' FavoredBy
Simply.Le Roast Turkey with Stuffing
Spiced Fruit Secretary of} Interior Krug

Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Broccoli in Browned Butter REPERCUSSIONS of the speech

Cranberry Mold recently by

Refrigerator Rolls J. A. (Cap) Krug, secretary of the

Assorted Relishes Mints interior, in which he boldly advocated -

Pumpkin Pie Beverage passage of the Columbia Valley WAITING-no extra steps! FullttrengthFleischmann'i ..
Recipes given. authority bill, creating an autonomous
fresh active Yeast to
goes right work::
regional authority Independent

i ingredients and mix thoroughly.Stuff of the interior department, for development Makes sweeter, finer bread! And makes it fasten

of the Columbia river You be of tender smooth texture
cavity of a bird weighing S can surer -light
valley, are being felt here in Wash
Double recipe for,15-pound ness-delicious flavor every time
bird. This makes a moist stuffing ington. They are being felt particularly

Ten-Mlnute Cranberry Sauce. by the diehards within the IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleischmann's
( the turkey take the spotlighton department itself
1 cup corn syrup, dark or light fresh Yeast with the
Thanksgiving Day by using simple 1 cup sugar Harold Ickes, long-time predecessor iz'

garnishes for the platter. Pars IK cups water of Krug as boss of the interior familiar yellow label. It's dependable7 ,
and spiced fruit adorn this department, found such valley authorities
ley luscious 4 cups fresh cranberries America's tested favorite for more than
golden brown bird. distasteful and sought by
Boll corn and
syrup, sugar water
8007 If we are really to keep the together for S minutes. Add cranberries every means to keep within his department 70 years. hit'f1 ,

.. Thanksgiving tradition as we understand and boil, ', all the power possible ; ! t
12-42 over extension of reclamation
it, the ta- without stirring, ,UBi.'I' ; : !!!; !!. control power manufacture and other /t1U -
until all of the
ble should be { , : ,
down the front dis- public land development.In .
heaped bountiful skins pop,, about !
ilii' '
tinguish this charming daytime : so doing; he made the bureau J
5 minutes. Remove ,
with : iI ;
ly good,
frock. The belt ties softly in front, i :I I of reclamation the largest manu
from heat
and there's the popular high slit wholesome food, facturer of electric power in the

neckline. Picture it in a striped well served preparedand family to and remain allow sauce in world. Paradoxically, we do not "CoLD aaG-"GOTYOUR CHILD?

grey flannel or jewel-tone solid until hear the fervid objections to this
tones. You'll wear it all winter style. This is l saucepan government manufacture of power,
of the cool. This makes 1 quart of sauce.
truly one
with pride from utility and other opposition interests TIGHT ACNINfi t l
big occasions in Molded Cranberry Sauce.
%a that are expressed against
Pattern No. 8007 li for sizes 12, 14. 18. our country, and (Serves 6 to 8)) TVA which electric MUSCLES ARE MYSPECIALTY
18, 20. 40 and <2, Size H require. 33i the table should have tasty, well- 214 cranberries !
yards of :38 or 39.Inch cups power on a much smaller scale.
Cord today for the Fall and Wlnlef cooked food in keeping with the idea 1" cups water
r"S"IONDU". of smart, ea.T tomat. of harvest !4 But Secretary Krug has knocked
.lyl.. aD..lall d..Ined 'a.blon. cop sugar
So.. of form frock,. free ....b.llnc tn. It's true that cooking during Dash of salt into a cocked hat any Idea that he
.lru.tlon..for. printed belt. patters la 'b.I would follow In the Ickes traditions
of t
book.> Price (5 tent. Thanksgiving time means plenty 1 package orange or lemon-flavored
Send your order to* fussing, but it's not the kind of food gelatin when he told the Public Ownership

that looks fussy after it gets on the Wash cranberries and place In league in the state of Washington
SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. that "there has been extensive bit
table If can understand whatI with water and ,
(30 South WeUi St. Chicago 7, 111. you saucepan sugar
Enclose 25 cents in coins for each mean, and I'm sure those of you salt. Cook slowly until skins pop ter and confused controversy over
pattern desired. who have participated in big and berries are soft. Drain, measure the best method of attaining the
Pattern No "Ize- Thanksgiving reunions in the past juice and add enough water to most efficient and effective federal

Name do know just what I'm talking about. make two cups. Dissolve gelatin In government support and encouragement

Address Perhaps the menu doesn't change hot Juice; add cranberries. When for that sorely needed economic

much from year to year, but that's slightly thickened distribute berries development. That controversy little chest muscles all sore and'!

one of the beauties of the day. We and pour into a mold. Chill until focused on the Columbia Val- from hard coughing? Quick,

don't have food like this at any other firm. ley authority bill which my good MENTHOLATUMPoor Rub it on back, chest

This Home-Mixed time, so it never becomes tire. Pumpkin Pie. friend, Sen. Hugh Mitchell, Introduced Your child will like that warm,

some. (Makes 0-inch pie) Into the last session of con e / gently stimulating action. Helps lessen

Cough ReliefIs Since the dinner Involves so much 1H cups cooked pumpkin gress. -"O congestion without irritating child's

preparation I'd suggest that you % cup brown sugar "The idea of that bill was sound, S I..e,Ito delicate normal skin. At same time
WonderfulNo try to make it as easy as possibleby 3 eggs the principles were right, the ob a.rwaC. comforting vapors lessen coughing.A .

Cooking. bo fcimy.; -;-Saves Dollars.To taking some shortcuts By that /4 teaspoon nutmtfg jective was not only desirable, but, -

get the iit surprising relief I mean don't leave everything to 94 teaspoon cinnamon in my opinion, essential to the rapid Good Return Your Money When You
from coughs due to colds, you can be done for Thanksgiving Day, or ',-4 teaspoon ginger development of this region. I wishto

easily prepare a medicine, right In you'll be just too tired to enjoy your. Yi teaspoon salt endorse the idea, principles and U S. Savings Bonds !
your own kitchen. It's very easy-a self. Polish the silver on Monday, l'/i cups milk objective."
child could do It-needs no cooking,
and taste. so good that children take clean and recheck the household on 14 cup melted butter
a._ r It willingly. But you'll say It's hardto Tuesday and do the marketing Line pie plate with pastry. Beat Ready to Fight

First beat for make quick a results.by stirring 1 Have son or daughter help in eggs, add remaining ingredients, Thus equalling his predecessor in
cups of granulated sugar and one cup making the mince and pumpkin pies and pour mixture into pie shell. plainspoken bluntness, Secretary
of water a few momenta, until dissolved. and picking the pin feathers out of Bake In a hot ((42 degree) oven for Krug has thrown down the gauntlet -
Or you can use corn syrup the turkey. They'll really enjoy it, 10 minutes, then In a moderate (350- for another bitter fight in the I

or liquid. Get honey 2ft ounces, Instead of Pines of augaraY1'UP. from and they're a wonderful help. degree) oven for 30 minutes or 80th congress over passage of this

any druggist, and pour It into a pint There are other things which may until firm. bill, and also, although he did not |> ALBERT
bottle. Fill up with your syrup. This be done on the day before Thanks This pie may be served with mention it, the bill creating a Missouri RWCE

Fives you a full pint. of really splendid giving, and these include making whipped cream or just plain. If desired Valley authority for the same
cough -about four times
the cranberry sauce or jelly, preparing purposes in the Missouri river basin.
as much for your money. It never a meringue may be used, this
spoils, and lasts a long time. the vegetables, the turkey latter being especially good if flavored Both these bills follow the patternof TOBACCO
And It gives quick relief. It act stuffing, etc. with a dash of nutmeg. Or the Tennessee Valley authority,
In three ways-loosens the phlegm, On the day of the big event, you if you prefer, it may be sprinkled and one of the reasons why the two
soothes the Irritated membranes,and pipe-or
helps clear the air passages. have but to pop the big bird in the with % cup sliced nuts 10 minutes bills, the Columbia river and the Whether he smokes a

Plnex Is a special compound of oven, probably about breakfast before it has finished baking. Missouri bills did not get out of 4 III rolls his own cisarettes-a h

proven Ingredients, In concentrated time if it's a large one, so as to committee in the last congress was gift of crimp cut
form, well known for quick action be ready for mid-afternoon. Rolls the veiled opposition by Secretary Christmas please I
In coughs and bronchial Irritations. is sure to
Money refunded It it doesn't pleas can be shaped from refrigerator Ickes, who was reluctant to give Prince Albert
you In every way. dough made the day before and allowed up his authority over the projects. everywhere are
to rise, and last minute things With Krug it is different. "I would tt \ Dealers 16-ounce tin ot

such as vegetables and salad can like," he said, "to give up some Albert
Gas on Stomach be taken care of while the dinneris of my power and authority exer Prince for -
I .ell..eellll minutes or double your money back on its way. cised at Washington and see it exercised It's all ready

tea WluaneMlitoniuhuHdeaoiMiwliifal. ,.luffoatn. If you feel rushed making beds z t.Cranberries. here." 0 Christmas wrnpplna-
VM tear itaraMt ud bMrtburn.dorm naallr own
pe..ee h. th. fuMt-actini nudldnra known form and giving the house a onceover, set Krug gave some pointed repliesto even .pace for your

?7.bIc tooutlonb.i-m.d1e1oo.I/koho.InbW.o.*. Nol.mnr.' a.ll m.bnng.ecmfoetins 1 up a breakfast table buffet stylein what he termed "misconceptions"arising personal ftreetlnj.
tz.: .id"a.lldrug.ub.. tuck eo cases ot bottl the kitchen or breakfast nook : about such a regional river

and let everyone help themselves.This basin development body.
will leave you free for setting First, such a body would not Increase
************** the table, federal power In this area.

etc.Turkey Tips. are part of the trim Second, it would not create a "su

J/tL?J.ollJLJ1dlwtf1U. Turkeys usually weigh from 7 to mine for the holiday table. Make per federal government," but mere. -

20 pounds. Allow the mold a day ahead of time ly relocate the focus point of cer-

&wiitgL tf1.ondt to 1'4 pound of turyam and serve It simply as pictured. tain federal powers and functions

!1I key to each per- already in existence.
t, Clean thor If you want a dessert that is not Third, it would not replace the fed
************** A son.oughly. Stuff the so filling as pie, you will like this eral agencies performing functions

cavity after salt cake: : in this area which are clearly but \ S p

rl R/ ing it thoroughly. Honey Spice Cake. : a part of a general national program. \ A i a
( 2 sifted cake flour
d Compute the cups Fourth, such a body would not
,-(j;? I"s roasting time 2 teaspoons baking powder' Interfere with the rights of existing

). \\ J-- from this chart: U teaspoon salt water users for4qI

Cooking Time Hi teaspoons allspice Fifth, power would not displace ,,..:
'WHEN COLDS 54 cup shortening the
STRIKEModern at irrigation as prime responsibility
Size 300 degrees 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind of the federal government.Sixth I ?'

Way Brings Grand Comfort '7.10Ibs. ,..........30 min. per lb. *4 cup honey such a body would not interfere .

e' When discomforts of colds make chil IO-15lbs. ...........20 min. per lb. 2 egg yolks, unbeaten with states' rights.

den mothers feel so miserable, many young I -181bl. ....... ....,13 min per Ib. K cup milk \ tk 41M
now rub on PENETRO foe chopped raisins Benefit to All
.W cup
quick-sctingrelief...so dean and whit*. 18-20 Ibs ...........15 min per Ib. 1 teaspoon vanilla
Pjeajftntto use-and so eifeetivel Savory Bread Staffing. "The only honest complaint I've
PENETKO'S modem-type, medicated (For 8-pouid bird) 2 egg whites heard about setting up an authorityIn M
vapors nltatt a'OlIN to sooth Irritated 1H cups boiling water 5i cup chopped nut meats the Columbia valley region Is /
upper bronchial tubes, clear the ht.ado Sift flour, measure, add baking that It would spread low-cost .
relieve throat /i cup melted fat
acre help quiet coughing. /44
powder salt and allspice and sift
PENETRO GIVES YOU the Dome- H cop minced onion power more rapidly and more 16-OZ.TIN s ;
approved mutton suet feature; and setentiflo !4' teaspoon pepper together three times. Cream, short.cuing widely, would develop land end min
medication rubs in to help breakup with lemon rind; add honey Ah.neibbi
eral resources of the area more elu&e
1 tablespoon poultry ; /
the local congestion and relieve mos flVrlb.
culariorenen t.e: PENETROkery. 1% teaspoons salt i gradually, beating well after each I quickly and fully, and would with '- : '-' \
on working for .netfulsleep. 2 tablespoons dry mustard addition greater success provide the econom.
Modern mothers everywhere are 2 tablespoons diced celery Beat egg whites until stiff, but lo basis for a substantial Increase)
changing to clean white,
not dry. Stir quickly into batter. "
In population and living standards.
3 own
quarts lightly packed roU -
dayoldbread -your
For pipe. or /
PENETRDf& RUB crumbs Turn into greased eight-inch square Whether Secretary Krug also will URK there's no.. othet ALSO IN
: and sprinkle with nut cigarettes '
pan meats.
2 tablespoons minced parsley Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees champion the Missouri Valley authority iIl tobacco quite Ilk Prince Albert. POCKET SIZE
-- Combine boiling water, fat, onion; bill Introduced by Senator tia It's crimp cut to pack better ins
) 85muiutes, or until done.a.I..4 .
simmer 5 of Montana is not and -
minutes. Add remaining Murray known. draw smooth easy
by Western Newspaper, Union. pipe, to
His Influence in behalf of the Columbia or to roll UP fast and firm in e
. river bill will most certainlyput .'JDaIdn.." cllarett*. Cool, rich: ,
: Rice, bread and nut
i Make Your are the measure In a position to receive and tasty. ;
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS Stuffings Savory rich; fruit stuffings are tart, so more generous congressional

-LUMBAGO Stuffing may add new richness to choose whichever you prefer. consideration than was given the FOR PIPES

the bird, or it may counteract the Chestnut Stuffing Boll and peel Missouri valley measure. ROUYOUROWNSel

t ',tti MSNEIL'S fatness ot the bird simply by what 1V4 pounds of chestnuts, then chop In the meantime, the experts in OR f

. ( MAGIC you put in it. If you like a moist coarsely. Decrease bread cubes 2% charge of reclamation and Irrigation I

dressing, use liquid with the bread to 3V4 quarts and add the chestnuts the land office and other departments NATIONAL
.. REMEDY crumbs, but if you prefer the dress Fruit Staffing Omit onion In affected are decidedly I

4 MINGS BUSSED RCLICFU ing Just barely moist, use only fat recipe, decrease bread cubes by 1% upset over the thought of losing con- JOY SMOKE
, for moisture.A .
cups and add 1 cup coarsely chopped trol of their projects in the Columbia :
>f.Settle II MI MM IISSIM SIM SOiIlllllli one-pound loaf of bread yields apples, prunes or apricots. valley in the great northwest
I Illl Mil Itllll s II Ml M I.ugtdpt.. about 8 cups of crumbs. Use one Mushroom Stuffing Cook 1 cup and the opponents of regional control
seat 1111 is, IM.aimsiati rem] "cup of stuffing for each pound of sliced mushroom with the fat and of river development already wks.al. M.Q

. bird.F add to the bread cubes. art marshalling their forces. at.psd..tMp
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SO Million Fingerprints on Beware Coughs

ih .1..11. File; Six Million Criminal

,_ f from common colds
The fingerprint files of the Fed
ry eral Bureau of Investigation now That Hang 0 n
contain the prints of approximately -
Creomulsion relieves be*
l 60,000,000 persons, only 6,000,000 causfl it goes right to the promptly seat of the
- of whom are individuals arresttrouble to and expel
ed for criminal offenses or as susrm laden phlegm, and aid nature
soothe and heal raw, tender In-
pests, says Collier's. Of the othto
CROSS BOBBY named bronchial mucous men.ers *
5,000,000 are men, women and branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
TOWN SOX children whose prints were regisa bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
j H( I I IOland tered voluntarily for the purpose you must like the way It
identification. quickly allays the cough or you are
Co of personal to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
LMarty Unks The remaining 49,000,000 consist I
of whose
ii? largely persons prints
.\ p were obtained under wartime regulations for Coughs,Chest Colds Bronchitis
such as aliens, defense ,
workers, government employees
and military personnel. U. S. Savings Bonds

"Don't be alarmed, Mr. Ilnlbart. Your eyes aren't as 'Would you give this note to Alvin? lie and I aren't MUSCIE urn
bad as that-wait till I turn the chart aroundl" peaking to each other!l"

NANCY By Ernie BiuhmillerBUT



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: :' .. Mr. H C. Wise of Wlldowood ar. MRS. ZELMENOVITZ r LEGISLATURE FOUR vision There has been a crowingmoxcment
rived in Okeechoboe the first of theveek QUICK RELIEF ,FROM
7 HOSTESS THURSDAYTO In recent years for rewritIng -
and Thanksgiving with BUT Symptom of Dlstreti Arising from
Local and Personal .
( the state'. baalo lawn which was
I drafted 61 years ago and has been!

\ L.....d1.V y....I1 gets and. family-. x Fine Arts Club was entertained With I over, Florid governmental amended more than 70 time. EXCESS ACIDFree

Mr. and Mrs Jerry Greenberger of Mrs Will Raulerson returned to last Thursday by Mrs Nathan Zelmenovitt I attention Is beginning to .. BookTelUofHonteTroitiMiit

_. her home here Tuesday from theFt at her home In Mutt Help or It Will Cost You NothingOver
Miami arrived In Deberry focus on the biennial session of the The Taylor County Chamber of

night and spent Thanksgiving Pierce hospital where she underwent Gardens, when the November bjsl-- legislature a little more than four Commerce Is conducting a survey of TREATMENT two million have bottJ8IIoftbeWILLARD been sold for relief of

with their parents, Mr, and Mrs Leo nn operation three weks ago ness was conducted In regular rou months away. Florida cities using parking meters and symptoms DuwUnil of dl.tren.Ulem arising due to from Kicm tlonuch Acid,. l

,1". Greenberger and family. tine.The The issues already are starting to to determine public reaction to them r- Digestion, fear or U..... StMfuch,
\ Mrs Edward Eckstrom of Bemus Gassiness Heartburn SIeepleeenasseta.
house was beautifully decorated form I constitutional revision, the and reports that they are acceptedby duo to CICMI Acid, Hold on IS days' trial I
Point, N. V, arrived In Okeechobee with abundance Ask for "Wlllwd I s MMUI which
an of gladioli, white the public and profitable fully
school health
primary, and financing prove explains this Ue..unen'ra
R G. Dynes cashier of the Okee !lost week and J. spending some time and the lace covered
dining table
to the cities as a revenue source
\ system adjustment, cattle
left here visiting her brother and sister
chobee Counfy Bank, Wednesday presented a lovely picture with
a --
fencing control -
night for Orlando where he spent In law, Mr. and Mr. W. H. Russell fruit bowl arrangement as a center. water coeducation :a:JTXXTJ-J::: : : :: : :: J.r.l U.J:1i1:1'IJ: : : :rtjrrxuxcr:: : : : : :::r.D: .1ttr.cr.r.atl: : :: : : : : I
at the
colleges and a dozen others
Thanksgiving with family. piece.>
r Mr. aqd Mrs Joe Pease announce following the business session more or lets explosive
the arrival of a son that was born at There Is the undercurrent of a
was spent In playing bunco
clash between Governor Caldwell and
Mrs J. H. McCrsmle has had II her the Fort Pierce hospital Sunday high score being mad by Mrs J, M.
. Mrs Malcolm Simmons left last an almost hostile) state unit, emphsilied .
: house guest her I'ttir! Mrs Kstilli Ro.
week for Pslatka where she I II spending by the Governor's refusal
Mr ad Mrs
pint* of Lttsburii A delicious cold turkey and salad TOYSON
McCtsml returned to Lniburg with some time with her parents, Mr. to reeegnlie Senator Edwin 0. Frts-
course was enjoyed by the) following
and Mrs W R. Cheshire. er's election to the lUte comptroller .
Mis Spence to spend the Thanksglv\ members and guests': Mrs J. NalUy, '
lest particular fight may
lug holiday, Ait. J, McNeill, Mrs B. Bowden, Mrs, .
be settled by the supreme court before
JOHN K_ MI1CHEIL WAS J. M. Roe, Mrs W, A. Markham, Mrs
the legislature but the
1I I Ifj LAID 10 REST HERE LAST C. H. Hunt, Mrs II H, Raulerson, convenes
Ittr and Mrs T, A. Markham and
bitterness Is sure to linger and haunt
last Satur(1 VTURDAY. AFTERNOON Mrs, A Davie, Mrs W. D. Boehmer ,
I their house guests spent the administration program at every!!
Palm Beach Mrs R. Meserve, Mrs T, W. Conely,
I In West
day: turn, whoever wins DISPLAYs
Funeral services were conducted at Jr., Miss Jo Psrrish, Mrs. G. C. Dur
I In the meantime, the routine work
the First Baptist church here Saturday ranee, Mrs C. Boyles, Mrs R. E Link, G&sy&sw
of preparing for the legislature
afternoon for John K. Mitchell
Mrs. A. Boettger, the hostess and
Mrs Jack Collins left Monday for which will convene on April ?, has
who died at his home on the LakeFront
guests; Mrs W. E. Crosen and Mrs
Biltlmore. to undergo treatment at been going forward for months and
Nov. 21. Rev C. H. Elland, G. W Lollar
Johns Hopkins hospital pastor of the church conducted the Is beginning to take shape Budget SEE OUR LINE OF TOYS FOR BOYS

services Director Terry C. Lee It putting Into

Mr. Mitchell Will 65 years old. The final form his recommendations' to AND GIRLS
Mrs W, W. Echofc and_little son Our SchoolTo
of Jacksonville arrived this week and Herr) Funeral Home of Pahokee was the budget commission and! legislature

In charge of the arrangements for financial procedures tc be -tC-t(
are spending the week with her parents
followed by funds to be spent by the
Mr and Mrs B. K. Padgett' and those who saw the operetta

f n'Il). I Subscribe to The News Cindeiella Tuesday night it might state agencies for the next two years Dolls, Metal Scooters, Pull Toys, Tractors,

well be said that it wa/ an evening Various committees and groups are

preparing their final programs of Rocky Horses Stuffed Toys. In Fact Toys
: tg tit>blcRtrOUItltCstn9lPt well spent To those who didn't take ,

lu the time to see It, It might well be recommendations to the legislatureof

r BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL said "you don't know whut you the Issues which they are sponsoring of All Kinds. Priced from lOc up

missed." One of the big Issues may come t

It was colorful, well cast and well on the question of constitutional re

DIRECTORY presented A great deal of credit Is
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I due to Mrs Donaldson the director

sass and those who assisted her in teaching ADS
I those children their songs their

BURGESS lines, and their entrances and exists .:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..: See These At

I' which were many. And the dances,

PHILCO Those little Green Taibors In their FOR SALE RAULERSONDepartment

dance were simply out of this world

Supply CO. The scene of the prince ball seemedas FOR SALE-House and nine acres

AUTHORIZED tho it might have been a page of land. Runs from Hancock Avenue

from the story book come to life, the to Taylor's Creek. J. H (Chalk) StoreWe

SERVICE FEO-GRAIN-HA[ Y boys In their knee punts and the Ward.

ladies I ln> their hoops

BABY CHICKS Anne Davis portrayed the demure WANTED Clothe and Feed the Family

ULMER EZELL and humble Cinderella while Tommy rough lemons, on
WANTED-Genuine ;
Tues. and Fria
Markham played her dashing prince tree or by bushel Gary'Viti, Cler- PHONE 10OKEECHOBEE

charming Tiny Joan Whidden, as mont Florida 2tP FLA.
the kind little Fairy Godmother wasCinderella'

benefactor throughout, NOTICE l'NJ.v.ltA FITITIOIH N\MB' .

WISTERIA PIIIL CASON providing her the coach and gown TO WHOM IT MAY 'CONCERN: I xc.ru., i !" ICCt7.wClwC "lLl T r.t.mrm e'

to attend the prince's ball from Noll" I. hereby give, that the under.Igned -
DRUG SUNDRIES FOR purauaut to the "FletltuoasName
which Cinderella at the stroke ; 1175,
ran Statute," House 1315 No.
..M U S Tires '
NEWS CANDIES of twelve losing her slipper, which Chapter tMma Laws wMeTlerfo, .lIlmIllUUIIIIIIUUUlllllmUUlllmIllUIIIUUIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I II IIIIIIIIIUlIIIUUIIIIIUIIIU'iIllIllIllIlUIIIJUIIIUllllllU1b ..
Puroll. Products ot 1040\ will register .
provided the prince his clue In find the Circuit Court In and for Okeeibooee
STATIONERY Ford Part.- County Horlda upon receipt: at"roor
Ing his lost love of the publication at this notice. .
FOUNTAIN SERVICE Service he flctltloni. name. to.wit: tlh.fc.bCHO
SEE The wicked stepmother, Jessie BEE MOTOR coMPANi under whinIP
sister are engaged. In bu lntss In the City .
SUNDRIES Nell Collin., and haughty step- Florida.
OKEECHOBEE of Okeei'hobee
Joan McKenzie and Melita Lightsey, That the parties Interested In sold
Next Door to Poet orne. MOTOR CO. did all Miniums enterprise\ are as follows
gave a fine performance as A SMALL

Phone 138 SALES SERVICE the boys and girls too numerous to bi i'Shee? County_ Florid.

POBOX ns PHONE 44 mention In this column, but the 4th :November :YdAIti! \ 11. .
5th and 6th grade boys and girls, tan Attorney fur Okeethobee

get down to business and do what Is Motor Company.

asked of them when they want to do
'" it badly enough. tOH OKFUHOBO: ('01 STY FLOK.
OKEECHOBEE Burney t Perhaps this operetta came at an MARIE 1HOMVSON. PLAINTIFF: .

LIQUOR STORE Formerly opportune time to help dispell' some NAMrEL D. THOMPSON DEFIADVNT .

of the gloom which seemed to have : .
Denmark' settled over grammar school with the NO nili'I Kb FOR TO DIVORCE APPEAR :Will Lay.a-Way anything in our store for
Only Bar Ia Town in: Samuel D. Thompson
arrival of the dental clinic. At least Allresn. Unknown. Future
the children minds from You are hereby required to file your DeliveryJ'
Complete Home Outfltten it has kept II appearance with the clerk of the above
PHONE 34 what seems to them to.be a horrible tiled court on or before the Rule Day .
In January A.. D. 10 47. the name being

Seward Swain Phone III I. .. Cone, Mgr. blame monster them, the, for dentist who of Still the we grownups can t- of the nth IP1rnt"f: I,I month herein i. to otherwise the bill I -tCtCt. !(t: tC
of bill of
the allLgitlms said com plaint
do not consider a trip to will be taken as confused by you h
This order to be puhlshed once a
the dentist a dreadful experience week for four conseiutlve weeks com
state dentist had Intended menclnp November 20th HMD. In theOkeeihobee
The visiting News, a newspaper pith
spending one week in Okee licked la Okeechobee. County. Florida:
Date,I at Okep Hhohee, t'lorl In. this
Atlantic Service Sta. chobe, but tooth conditions are so the 27th day of November 1940.

II Paul D. Robbins Owner East Side I bad among school children, he Is remaining (SEAL; ) MABLE P. RAtLERSON.
another week, then It II Clerk Circuit Court Okeecbobee .
Wrecker Service County. lorldn,
doubtful If he will be able to get Connie W. Baulerson D. C.O ,

I 24 Hours a Day Package Store through the grammar school in the Attorney. ('. Pt'RRANCE for the: Plalnttf.

EXIDE BATTERS!: allotted time. It seems too bad that METAL BREAD BOXES

LEE TIRES Liquor. Wine. Cordlall such condition should exist. In this NOTICEOKEECIIOBEE COUNTY. FLORIDA
I GAB-OIL-GREASING day. If we could make an annual November 11 1IW6

TWIN OAKS EAST'OKEECHOBEE trip to the dentist a regular habit, pursuant NOTICE to IS Section HEREBY 9 GIVEN of Chapter that NEW 1947 EKCO PRESSURE COOKERS

II I surely In time the health of the com 1S2IW\ Laws of Florida Acts of 1937,
All Night Cafe known as the MURPHY ACT and In
STATE ROAD No., 9 munlty would be greatly bi .mted'i pursuance: of Chapter 20698, Laws of
OKEECHOBEE. FLA i Flnrl I In. Acts of 1941, known a* theFVFKGLADFS
i ACT the following; described
QUARANTINE WILL land, situated In Everglades Drainage
District In Okeechobee County, Flor
BE ASKED AGAINST Ida will be offered for sale at public
6 0. K. outcry for the highest and best cash CANISTER SETS
GARAGE FRUIT AT HEARINGPublic hl,1. subject to the .right of the True
.. HARDEN'S & MACHINE fees of the Internal Improvement
Fund and of the Board of Commie
slated In loners of Everglades Drainage DIstrlct '
DODGE PLYMOUTH hearings are
Tinker Shop to reject any and all bids at the RAINBOW GLASSES SETS OF EIGHT
Sale. 4k Service Washington, Dec. 6, on prohibitingor Courthouse, beginning at 10;:00
flock A. M. on the lilth day of December ,
General Repairing 24...., Wrecker Sella restricting entry of cut flowers 1946 As to all parcels of land
c.f ten sees or title to one-b.lf
Into the United States from foreign more
Day Ph 83 Night Ph 83 or 133I of petroleum end three-fourths ol 2 '- BURNER BOSS OVENS
lands and offshore areas, and tightening other
mln..rawill\ be reserved by
Try Hard to Please Yoa-
Tire. elk Tabel
Trustees of
: Interns Improvement .
the quarantine against citrus
I Gen. Electric Appliance. Fund Easements for rosd right of
, I stock or fruit.Commissioner. war 200 feet wide will be reserved by
, Give U. a Trial Stovel. Refrlaerator.. Water sold I Trustees from soy parcel through SCATTER RUGS OF ALL KINDS
Heaters Arthur C. Brown of which there Is an existing state rood !

t the State Plant Board, who plans to and reclamation easement for drainage and
"W. Service Them AU" and for road purp..avlll
attend the hearings with Dr, A. F. be reserved hv the Board of
Commissioners of Everglades
Camp, vice director of the citrus experiment District Dr.ID'air' .

ALTO WATFORD SONS station at Lake Alfred, said lots 33 to Denerlptlon 111 Inc Blk /HA. Sec. {{(lwl'w 'w'lw tt: 'w'ai'ala t'w a
4 tighter restrictions had been pro A New Okeerbobee Heights,
North Park Loin 1. B & 6. Blk 101. City of
out of this
Gulf Station posed to kep country Okeechobee.

plant diseases and Insect pests Lot. 4* 10lZ/ Inc. Blk 31 8ec. C
T Gulf Gu.I New Okeechnhee llelc'ifj.
Package Store GULFG "Except In a few specific( instance lots 1. 2. 7 & a 'Ilk. 19. First
Add to South Okeecli e...
r there are no restrictions against the TIUSJfcFS, or TUB INTERNAL Burney Kelz Co.

4 Liquors Wine. Curdle entry of cut flowers," Brown said, OP TUB IMI'ROVFMENT STATE OF FLORIDA FUND

EVERGLADES "yet our inspectors have frequently .
Nut Door TG All Night HOTEL I found spiny citrus whltefly black BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS!

Station In The Heart Of Town fly on imported gardenia blooms and By I4ABEL AOB DISTRICT RAULERSON, Agent S

PHONE 153 Weekly or Daily Rate. we believe there Is need for strengthening for. Improvement'Trustees of Fund the Internal and .

AU Cabin. Ar. Modern I the federal foreign plant quarantine for Board of Comtnlseloners
of Evsrglsdes Drslnsge Die.tried. i

orop.." structure to protect our Fiords. Okeechobee/ County I '1I1mUIIII\llI\ll\llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllllllllll\ \ \ lllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1II1II1II1II1II11I11I11I11I1' I1 I1I I1t