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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: December 13, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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l Okeechobee CHURCH REVIVAL, CLOSE AT BAPTIST WITH Bee Line HighwayWill I DR.FORMER H. C. McDERMIT, RESIDENT, Elder and Irs. W. H. Harden Celebrate


f Boys Wins Place LAST SERVICES 7:30The Be Short Cut DIES IN VIDALIA, GA. Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday .1



On Honor Team to which a close revival began tonight last at the Sunday with Baptist! services will churqh.come at' For Traffic SouthThe gram Mrs.death Monday Merle of Bartlett her afternoon father received,announcingthe Dr. a H.tele C. With Large Number Friends Attending

McDermlt, at Vidalia, Ga. Monday .
i 7:30 with the Rev J. R. White delivering -
morning' He was going to his office
4. The Okeechobee high school placed the final message. It has Bee Line Highway project is when he seemed to lose control MARKHAM BROS..TO Elder and Mn. W, H. Harden celebrated
two of Us football players on then been a complete success in every now In a very favorable situation for of his car and It crashed I their golden wedding anniversary
AU Indian River Conference eleven way with a large attendance at each 1 section No. 19 is now In the bag- He was rushed to the hospital BUILD BOAT HOUSEON Sunday at their home on the
which was selected at a conference service.C I so far as Sebrlng and Avon Park where he died soon after reaching KISSIMMEE RIVER lake front. Mr. and Mrs, Harden
held In Vero Beach Monday night. A. Holcolme, the choir director are concerned. Its completion north there There was no bruises on him .
The locals also placed one man on the. proved to be a master in the handling lion an established schedule with except his chest which was crushed bams.
second team. of the music end 'of the revival the State Road Department completing and according to a man driving a, Application has been made to the For the occasion Mr. Harden killeda
The Okeechobee players selectedwere It Is hoped that the communitywill two post war projects and has car .behind him at the time of the War Department by Roscoe' and Allen beef and served barbecued beef, I
1 Rollie Raulerson, left halfback receive a blessing from this under construction two other important crash he evidently suffered a heart Markham, for a permit to construct camp stew and swamp cabbage while I i
, and Ell'hla Harden,' end. H. T. revival and the pastor the Rec. C. projects totaling 90 miles of attack.Dr. a boat house in an unnamed bayouon others brought plenty of old fashion
. Scott, guard on the local team, was II. Eiland takes''this opportunity of highway which will directly connect McDermlt with his family the easterly side of Kiisimmee i picnic baskets to help serve the 125
picked for the second team. expressing thanks for such large attendance with, and will create with the 100 made Okeechobee their home for river, on the southerly side of the guests that gathered for the cele
Vero Beach won the conference at the meetings.Okeechobee mile middle section of the Bee Line many years before moving back to state road from Okeechobee to Lake- I bration.
t championship with Melbourne in second routes over new short routes for Georgia where he located at Vidalia. port Okeechobee county, Florida. The Elder
place. Okeechobee was last In cross state traffic and traffic from Funeral services were conducted at proposed covered house would be on I Besides and Mrs. Harden
the conference standing with the Flood the north state gateways to the Palm that place for him Tuesday afternoon the southerly shore of the said bayou those present were their three sons
and wives, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harden
locals winning only one game yet Bench-Miami area, (mostly throughthe .t 8:30 and about 70 feet from the confluenceof
: the body was laid to rest
and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harden
placing two players on the conference No. 19 connection), shorter by there. the latter with the river. The ,
first team and one on the second Control Committee 11 to 29 miles than the present trav house would be about 15 feet by 16 Okeechobee| Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Hare
shows that after all the team elled short route Also create) a feet in plan, and about 14 feet high, den, Miami; one daughter and son
I was not as bad as the result of the connection for two competitive alter. Okeechobee Lost supported; on piles, with its channel- In lawNMrs. Berta Llghtsey and Mr.
l games and conference standing would In ClewistonThe nate routes to U. S. 1, Jacksonville to ward side approximately on the mean Lightsey; nine grandchildren, Genie
i indicate. Met{ Palm Beaches-Miami area. This Is low-water shore line. Pearl Harden, Margerie Harden
l With practically all of their play one of the chef! practical objectivesof Last Game Of Flans of this work may be seen Wayne Harden Williford Harden
, ers back for next year Coach Starling this middle section of the Dee at the U. S. engineer ()office :575 Charlott Harden, Carrol Ann Harden,
I has very high hopes for a well executive committee of the Line. No.. 19 la the main connection Riverside avenue, acksonville, Florida Janice Llghtsey, Maleeta Lightsey,
rounded team for the 1947 season Okeechobee Flood Control Board helda as It serves both as the best short Season To CocoaThe and at the office of the enginerIn Lealan Llghtsey, all of Okeechobeeand
meeting Tuesday of last week at route and the best alternate route charge, U. S. Engineer suboffice, Myragene. Malcolm and Joy Harden
the Clewiston Inn at which time of Miami.Others .
t> DR. O'QUINN FORMER connection. Clewiston, Florida.It .
Commodore Lewis W, Conant of Fort is not hold present for the
Thin will bo accomplished by build. : proposed to a public day were
RESIDENT SUCCUMB Myers was welcomed as a new member Okeechobee high: school foot heerlng on this application. Anyone Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Harden and two
Ing a n'ldcllo: find east end section of
replacing Carl Hanton who resigned the Bee Line of 69 miles to ball team closed their 1940 football desiring to protest the proposed children, Mr and Mrs. M. S. Harden, I
connectup
MONDAY IN HOSPITAL to accept a membership on with I season last Friday night In a game work from the standpoint of its Interference I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harden and daughter :
the board of the Everglades National the present paved 30 mile with Corga high. They were defeated
Mr and
section of road No. 85 from Okeechobee with, or effect upon, navigation Mrs. C. D. Harden and
Madison, Dec. 9Dr.:: C. A. O'Quinn Park Commission and lien Herr of to Indlantown. This section of- by the score of 37 to 13 before a should submit such protestin son, Mrs. Winnie Harden, Mr. and
West Palm Beach who replaces Jake fair size crowd of local fans
writing with in sufficient Mrs. Franklin Walker Mr. and Mrs.
i. head of the Madison County Health the Bee Line would extend from the reasons
r Department died Monday morning Boyd who resigned to enter Navy intersection of the Bee Line with The Cocoa boys were much too detail to permit of Intell ent 'con Elvis Mixon and three children, of
at the Archbold hospital in Thomas- service. F. Deane Duff of Clewls road 32 between Avon Park and strong for the locals with their sideration. Protests should be mailed Okeechobee;' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
yule Ga., where he had been ill twol ton is the Hendry county member of Wauchula to a connection with backof unlimited reserves but the local boys to the District Engineer, U. S. arden and daughter of Fort Pierce; i
weeks of a cerebral hemorrhage. this board. coast No. 199: extended about 13 played a good game against the tremendous Engineer office, P. O. Box 4970, Irs. E. W. Harden, Okeechobee; Mr.
Funeral was held Tuesday at 2 This board, representing the prop mile from its connection with cross odds against them. Jacksonville Florida in time to be and Mrs. Delton Harden and two
l o'clock in the First Methodist church erty owners of eleven South Florida state road 25 to a Bee Line connection The Okeechobee boys have had a received on or before 19 December!I daughters of Miami; Mr. and Mrs.: I''
MadUxTh. ReV. B. M. Montgomery counties no two, by law from the about 12 miles east of .Indias- very poor season this year in games 1946.- Blase Nemeth, acting engln- 1M. W. Daniels, Miami; Mr.'and Mrs
pastor, was In charge. Interment same county, undertook the problemof town. This would open the Bee Line won, but they have worked on a Program W. Garrett and three children
was In the family burying ground In cooperation with the United States from Sebring to all east coast points that was, intended to improve Nocatee; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Logue e
In 1929 and them for next season when they hopeto Make Fishing! Pact and children
Moultrie, Ga. engineers with this cooperation with the shortest route, West Palm I five Arcadia; Mrs.
: Dr. O'Quinn has been head of the has accomplished the $23,' Beach to Miami over either U. S. No. have a very much Improved team. Dannie Harden, Banks, Ala.; Mr. and
health department here for two 000,000) development of levee and navigation 1 or bottleneck free No. 199 and a Coach Starling stated that he would ,Mrs. E. E. Long Banks Ala.; Loster
years. Prior to that he was a medical I channel construction on the new short route to Tampa. lose only five of his team this year At Meet This Week Garrett Banks, Ala.) Mr. and Mrs.
k practitioner In Perry-and Mayo. Lake Okeechobee Caloosahatcheeriver and he hoped that another season J. F. Garrett Troy, Ala.; Christine
Homerville edu project.The The :location and standard of construction would find the team much strongerand Simmons Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
li"rn In Ga., he was ;
of the Beu Line i Is of great with With S. C.
rated in Augusta, Atlanta and New more reserves. Georgia M. A. CoRgins: Mr. and Mrs. Fonxer
original project provided fora
importance and should not be thought
The school authorities are looking ,
i" York City.Surviving, Harden, Myra Harden, Malcolm Harden
six-foot minimum navigation depth of less than that of
No. 19 whichit forward *
to getting the new field
are his wife Mrs. Ma. Jay Harden Mr. and Mrs. L. Ay
from Stuart to Fort and
belle McWhite O'Quinn; one son, C. the board, through cooperation Myers with now will most effectively supplement ; completed for.play by the opening of Reciprocal fishing agreements, Cog< 1 and because its traffic Potential isgreater
the next football The land
A. Jr. season three Southeastern states Stafford Cogglns, all of Miami.
: O'Quinn Madison; three daughters among
J the engineers, has accomplished the than that of No. 19. The \
has already been cleared and they South and Florida Wilmlne Earl St. Louis Mo. .Bernice
Carolina
Mrs. Dan Lumpkln Atlanta; Georgia, ; -
approval of for
a project deepening
t tr
Mrs. Harley ,Huxford ef Perry and the channel to a minimum of eight rapidly growing population servedassures are making arrangements to have were reached at a meeting here this McLendon, Bundige, Ala.I ; Mr. C
Mrs. Julia Crump of Port St. Joe two feet that important position. the ground levelled and grass week of the Atlantic States. Marine and Mrs. Claud McLendon and Mrs. '7
work on which is expected to
brothers, Barney O'Qulnn of Perry I A location which meens moat feas- planted.Due Fisheries Comm'ssion! Henry Harden, Bundige Ala.; O. K.
aid Dr. Seward O'Quinn of Gaines- tailment start within of a year such despite federal the proj-cur Ible and most nearly carries out themsJor to labor and materials they W, J. )Hendry; member of the Florida Sheffield, Fort Pierce;_Mrv and Mr*. '',.<.fIIi/C.
.. hM HIM .w.../.tew,.' frirJ.V..,KnSfht. cH.. many. objectlvions for which the are bavlpg iomf.,.U'ouMo in getting State Legislature from Okrc-cho- ,M.. C. Holland, Daytona Beach; Mrs: ,.
4 Braaswlek Ga.. and Mrs. Harry highway is needed Is' to cross the started on building the stadium I but bee county and chairman of the David Fredrick, ,Gary Fredrick and
Johns Atlanta; and seven grand Members of the board receive by No. 19 location between' Lake Rex all expect it to be completed in time Governor's Fishery Advisory Com- Ida[ Garrett, Miami; Mr. and Mrs "
children. law no compensation. Beach and Lake Sebring with an .or another season. mittee, acted as/chairman nt the Van Lightsey and children Macky .
Mr. Duff, at the meeting was re- over crossing of the A. C. L. at a meeting. Others in attendance included and Barbara Ann Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
REV. F. L. CROWSON elected to serve chairman of the favorable point north of Sebring/ and MISSES ALICE, SYLVIA J. T. Hurst, Florida State .Llghtsey, Okeechobee; Mr. and Mrs
executive committee board, a position a favorable under pass of the Sea. BASS supervisor of conservation of Tall- J. F. Garrett Troy Ala. Mr. and Mrs.
WAS WELCOME he has held since 1929. board a little south of Dinner Lake. HOSTESSES TO hassle; Charles Gowen of Brunswick M. W. Daniels and Mr. Pearl Vickers -
Commodore Conant, with Mrs Title v ould avoid cluttering up the THE SERVICE GUILDThe Ga, member of the Georgia Miami; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Long
VISITOR IN TOWN Conant arrived in Clewiston aboard business section of Sebring with unwanted House of Representatives; Col. J. M. Urs. Berta Caraway and Don Baxter

\ their yacht after a pleasant trip through traffic and also Wesleyan Service Guild of the Witsell, of Charleston, S. C.j; J. D. Miami; Mrs. Beddie Conely, Okee
Rev. F, L. Crowson who served as from Fort Myers to Daytona Beachto avoid causing the heavy through Methodist church was entertained Parler of St. George S .C., a memberof chobee; Mr. and Mrs. M. Tomlinson,
pastor of the Okeechobee Methodist spend Thanksgiving with their traffic needless delay (Lakeland built Tuesday night the Misses Alice the South Carolina State Senate; Okeechobee; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lind-
by
church from December 1919 to December daughter, a student at Rollins College Federal 92 through the business sec and Sylvia Bass when the December Dr. Walton Smith, marine biologist sey, Fort Pierce; Mrs. Frank Stor-
1924 was a visitor spending in Winter Park.-Clewiston tion and for 10 years has been try- business meeting was combined with of the University of Miami and tech man, Fort Pierce; Isaac Reams and
Monday afternoon and Tuesday in News. Ing to get it built out.) This would the annual Christmas party. nical advisor to the commission, and Four children Vero Beach; Elder J.
Okeechobee visiting friends make most of a perfect connection The house presented a festive air Wayne E. Heydecker, of New York R. Worrel, Fort Pierce; Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Crowson was pastor of the ONLY 32 PER CENT OF between Sebring and No. 19 north with the decorations so appropriateto executive secretary of the group. Mrs. Peter Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs.
church at the time the church build- THE QUOTA REACHEDIN and make cost of right of way a the season, and the lighted Christ The southeastern conference meet John Raulerson, Mr.. and Mrs. Roy
Ing was started and remained. pastor practical minimum.The mas tree was nearly overshadowedby ing which was held In the George Tomllnson, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Light-
until it was completed. Duringthe T. B. SEAL SALES location, really a matter for the profusion of interesting look Washington hotel also brought forth sey and Mrs Mary Veasy, and three
time of the building he acted as tho highway engineers then would ing gifts underneath it. recommendations for new legislative children, Okeechobee Mr. and Mrs
overseer of the building chairmanof Reports on returns from the 1946 I naturally and generally follow the After a short business session, a acts by the parliamentary bodies of Mal Altman Lake Worth; Mr and
the building committee and treasurer Christmas Seal sale, show that $114or north Seaboard right of way east to lively hour of bunco was enjoyed, the three states involved to tighten VIrs. R. P.. Goosky, Lake Park; Mr.
for the building fund. After about 82 cent of the West Palm Beach with a favorable the high score being won by Miss conservation laws and 'guarantee and Mrs. A. Brown, son and mother,
the completion of the new church has been raised.per quota, crossing of the Klsslmmee river Beatrice Swain second high going strict enforcement of all fishing regulations Nocatee; Mr and Mrs. G. C. Dur-
building In 1924 Mr. Crowson above the Irlektega canal, and creek to Mrs. J. Roe Consolation prize It was said. The agreements ranee, Mr. and Mrs. John Whidden,
preached one sermon in the new The seal sale opened Nov 25th un outlet and also make a favorable and was awarded to Mrs. E. H. Hunt. reached here, it was announced will Grace Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
building and was transferred to der auspices. of the tuberculosis association shorter connection to the importantFort Following this Miss Sylvia played make the waters of the three states I Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Durranceand
another place.In to raise funds for its 1947 Pierce harbor and easy objec Santa and distributed the gifts to accessible t all commercial fishermen daughter, Judy Mr. and MM. S.
discussing his services as pastor tuberculosis control program and tive. This will give a direct Bee each one present. in the southeastern area on a J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davis
of the church here in the early days will continue until Christmas.It Line route to the north and of Lake Sandwiches, fruit cake and coffee reciprocal basis, and two children Mrs. Lois Walker
he stated that It was the original is hoped that returns receivedover Istatoga as well as an alternate overa werre served to Mrs. Corrine Burde- It also was announced yesterday and son Donald, Mrs Minnie Harden,
intention to build a church that the week-end will bring the total part of No. 59 via DeSoto City but shaw, Mrs. J. H. McCralne, Mrs. A. that plans have been completedfor Mrs. Anna Lee Deetes, Mrs. Nora
would coat ,SOOD but after he arrived at least to the halfway mark. they serve two quite different and Faglie, Mrs. J. A. Lonthum Mrs. C. the formation of a Gulf States Leatherman Mrs. Marie O'Bannon,
In Okeechobee it was decided to The drive was half over last Mondayand useful objectives. The same as old Raulerson Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Mrs. J. Marine Fisheries Commission which Barn Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Sil-
build the church larger and build it we should have not loss than road 8 end new road No. 19. This M. Roe Mrs. W. E. Croser, Mrs. C. will Include In its membership vanus Harden, Okeechobee. .
with brick in order to take care of 60 per cent of our goal. has the Important objective of pull Boyles Mrs. L. Danforth Mrs p West Florida delegate and which
the future needs of the town. The volunteers in this drive have ing tourist and other east coast traffic Robbins, Mrs. L. M. Raulerion Jr., will seek to arrange reciprocal fish- FSCW PRESENTED
The material that went Into the worked untiringly for the success of down the center of the state as Mrs. J. Elledge, Mrs. L. Dreese and Ing agreement among all states '
building was bought at wholesale and the seal sale and the only reward far as Sebring over these north-south the Misses Marguerite Bass, Sara bordering on the Gulf of Mexico. HANDEL'S "MESSIAH"IN
through large donations from many they ask is for the sale to go over connecting main highways. Howell, Beatrice Swain, Kathryn Headquarters of the Atlantic CONCERT DEC. 8'
of the old timers here at that time the top. Surely the residents of A Bee Line location south of the Sweatt, Mrs. A. Boettger and the States group Is in New York City .
and a careful supervision of the work Okeechobee county will respond gen Seaboard on part of road 69 would hostesses, Misses Alice and Sylvia and all states along the Atlantic -
all bills were Paid at the time the erously to the appeal when they realize Involve about three miles of 100 feet Ban and mother, Mrs A. Bass seaboard now have representation on Tallahassee, Dec. 9.-The college
building was completed.Rev. that It lion the success of the right of way diagonally through Se the commission: it was said.-FloridaTimesUnion. choir of Florida State College for
Crowson is now located at seal sale that the work of the association bring at what would seem a prohibitive 500 CERTIFICATES :: I Women and the Tallahassee branch
Jupiter where he and his wife have depends cost In addition to its other of the University of Florida Presented
made their home for the past fifteen There are now official or govern serious disadvantages. ISSUED TO TEACHERS SOIL CONSERVATIONTO Handel's famous oratorio, "The
years, but he says Okeechobee and mental agencies working with over It now seems a section of No. 59 DURING NOVEMBERThe Messiah," in their Initial' concerL In
the people here will always have a 2900 associations for the control of as a farm to market road, around ELECT COMMITTEE Tallahassee last Sunday evening,
warm spot In his heart and thoughts. tuberculosis and each has well defined Lake Istatogo the financing for State Department of Education SAURDAY, DEC 21STThe Dec. 8.The.
tasks to be performed if T.B. which has been' arranged by High Issued 500 teachers certificates group gave their first per.
BASINGER SCHOOL Is to be conquered. Through their land's county commission, will be during the month of November according most Important election a foimance Wednesday afternoon when
working In cooperation with each built before the Bee Line. A Part to figures released by 'Superintendent farmer can take Part in will be heldIn they sang The Messiah under the
PUPILS TO HAVE other during the past 40 years the of this could be used as a more or of Public Instruction the county commissioners' room auspices of Jasper high school in
PROGRAM DEC. 20 tuberculosis death rate has been cut less temporary detour in the Bee Colin English this week. Saturday morning, Dec. 21 at 10 Jasper Florida! '
75 per cent, yet still kills more people Line as is proposed for road 32 between English said that one resident of o'clock when the farmers participate A new organization this year ,the
between 16 and 35 than any other the Bee Line Intersectionand, Okeechobee received certificate. log In the soil conservation program choir i Is the school's only mixed
The Baslnger school will present a disease.At Wauchula to make a connection with Temporary certificate, George Roy will elect the committeemen who will choral group working under the direction
program given by the pupils next the beginning of this century, No. 17 for a better west coast connection Covert, Okeechobee. have charge of the Okeechobee county of Herman Gunter, Jr., assistant
Friday, Dec. 20, at 7:45 p.m. tuberlosls was the leading cause of program for 1947. professor of voice Gunter
One of the plays 1st death In this country. It was such Avon Park, Sebring, Wauchula, and would assure at an early date for Se. The commltteemen's job Is one of and' Walter James, Instructors in
THE WINNING SQUAD a grave threat to the health and welfare Bowling Green form a small rec- bring and the other nearby towns a great Importance to every'farmer and II voice, sang the baritone and tenor
Clarence .. ", ,. . ,. . David Smith of the country that In 1904 a tangle with the four town communities south central Florida traffic and distributing rancher ,tn the county, as they setup solos in last Sunday's presentation
Mable .. ..,. . .. .Zolda Raulerson group of doctors and laymen got to- naturally cooperative Two are hub center.It the amount of funds each farm I while two students, Miss Paula Jean
Jessie " ... .. ..V.na Raulerson gether and organized the National citrus and tourist towns, the other Is difficult to Imagine or state may use for regular ,or special needs. Teagarden of Tallahassee and Miss
Iona . .. . . . .Betty Jean Thomas Tuberculosis Association for the two are good farming communities, the many traffic advantages to be The committeemen have the itsponsibllity Phullls DeKalk 'of Clearwater took
Mrs. Jameston . .. ..Zena Raulerson purpose of promoting a coordinated, with the Bee Line route dlagnoall secured by building and linking this of approving or disapprovingany the feminine solo rol...
Three Beggar Boys .. .Billy Prescott nation wide campaign against the through the group with nearly eqflal 100 mile section of the Bee Line. practices farmer may apply for The college symphony orchestra,
Dewildon Sparkman Edward Tyson disease. The association adopted as accessibility for each. Their active When built the Tampa and West on hie program. made up of both faculty members and
There will also be a number of its emblem the double barred cross cooperation is much needed to accomplish Palm Beach and sections will be County Agent C. R. Boyles, urges students, furnished the accompaniment
other plays and recitations by other similar to the Cross of Lorraine the' early building of this easy to connect up because each will you to be present for this election for the oratorio, under the direction
pupils. which was carried In the first cru 69 mile middle section of the Bee have 100 miles of arterial super high so thnt you may elect the persons of William Presser, associate
Santa Clause will also be there. sade. This cross has become the Line. way with which to connect. you feel are most capable of pro- professor of violin and theory.
So come and see what he brings you emblem of another crusade-a crusade This 100 mile middle section of the M. W. Woolsey, President, tecting your Interest In the agricultural Miss Fertile Hunt of Okeechobe Is
for Christmas. for health. Bee Line when built and connected Bee Line Highway Association conservation program for 1947 a member of the choir.


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"SPELLBOUND" "BACHELOR'S DAUGHTER" OUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP "RAINBOW OVER TEXAS"

Gregory Ingrid Bergman Part No. 11 King of Forest Rahgers Gail Russell Rogers

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MORE DUPLICATION Open Diplomacy Take It AwayThe Z. O. Vaifbaa. Owlace. S. C.

WASHINGTON. President Tru.
HELP WANTED-MEN, WOMEN
man is a sincere, hard-plugging advocate h "open convenants
openly: arrived
WANTED-Teacher for bile school
p muNa. -
of unified armed services, but at" Idei begins to look like a Wen equlpped aohaol. D..lr.ble living -
he should persuade his army to obey: condltton. R.a.onablIrate.. Apply
mistake. The old ] behlnd-the-
style W. A. YOUNG. Sept. City ._b..I..
the policy of its commander-in-chief. door diplomacy: may have seemed Gus Alplo., N. C. M.rlaot.a ..t.lII.

At present the army Is building a bad, but it sounded better.
special wing to Walter Reed hospital MISCELLANEOUS .
at 12th and Dahlia streets In - FIREWORKS
Washington which will exactly duplicate Monkey wrenches weren't half as MERCHANTS, write for price Hat on fir*,
: alarming- when they were Invisible. work, pl.tols aycLr. Immediately
the navy's. ? "
. aa. (JENERA'l.u 1KADINQ COMPANYDanville _
This wing Is to take care of the ; ? Va.
President of the United States. OFF TO COLLEGE -Roy Fox. The world thought that U It-could Phone brae
11, complete with bag and Rhode make do their stud out
4 diplomats
Simultaneously, the navy also has To DEALERS nly..k for our Close Out
a floor of Its Bethesda Naval hospital 4 < ... slan college hat Is shown In Lon In the open it would get somewhere Price List on Novelties, includes Ladle.',
reserved for the President. It is \" ( '.... *.1.. don ready: to depart for Rhodesiato but the goings on at all the Mis..s'and Women'e and Children, wtoIOl.I.a Necklace State. Mea's your
attend Falrbrldge college at In- business. Address NsvelUe.
sessions since have proved
peace
all
set to take care of him at any: ..it. l 1M W.., Fifth AT*., Celambie 1. Ohle.
time. However, medical officers .. ... .. .. dona. He Is one of 700 recruited double-talk was less disturbing
have changed W the White House ;., from British families when it wasn't put through amplifiers. S430.FILMI 116-818 No limit S4B3.Doien Prepaid 127. S3.when 36; 120-42O.cash

and accompanies order. T. RAY SWEEDEN.
a navy doctor isn't In command -
Dspl. A-18, Lumber., M/..
any more.. The army now.runs the --x
show. The, only difference is that now YOUR a or a exposure aim be.uUfuny
developed and rlnl.d. Only 2150 escil
Roosevelt, always partial to the you get the plots, suspicions and roiL You'll' Uk. the .brilliant quality a n2Ick

navy: appointed Adm. Ross McIn. bard feelings in technicolor and the PALM : rrJLY Box scot Tampa. Slav
tire White House physician. But Truman y P' words by international hookup, all
\t Fall D.lnr-Arm Clothes. Women' Gee.
who served in the army, selected of which leave nothing to illusion, -. its. Men'.Overcoats. Draperies Writs*
' kicks hope in the pants and makes for bloc.: now. Footer's Dyers-ti.an.r.
Brig Gen. Wallace Graham t
\ .155 t* 1870. 1B14 N. Charlie St.. Baltimore
as White House physician.And 6 peace seem like something that can
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the Walter Reed Army hospltat Sweden; Thor Thors, Iceland, and Aboul Hosayn Ante, Afghanistan now sprayed into homes everywhereand Bardl... 4l4S C VawailV Bi rkley.. Mich.

Thus, at the expense of thousandsof new delegates. a"Se they are leaving the occupant BOATS- bo:1U:7t': 14 foot, rugged

feet of scarce lumber, tons of more troubled and befuddled than fishing for boat fish camp rental well service Durableenough yet
strategic metal and several thousand if they bad been given nothing but beautiful appearance. Dealer. and 5.5camp
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President is being built. -'_ INC.. M..t Dora, Fla.GAR.WOOD.

o a In the so-called days of dark BOATS
Just received carload of 16-'oot models.
US. VS. U.S.S.R. DEMOCRACY: < diplomacy we got a weekly: summary On display at LAKE GROOVFK' LltSts

Secretary: of State Jimmy: of what the peacemakers Sprint*. Oa. J. F. QHOOVEH. Dealer. .

Byrnes has been telling the following were saying and thinking. It never

story: about the difference 'JIMMY'' WALKER DIES . scared the public as much as play: _SEEDS, PLANTS ETC.
between democracy: In Russia NL! : I I byplay broadcasts. PANST PLANTS. Steele'e Mastodon.
James J. Walker New York Clty'a Jumboa. II-Inch blonms. gorgeous color.
and the United States. -'- Now time to plant Selected plant. ISO for
most colorful mayor, who died as ;
S3, 100for$3SO. postpnld WARD PANS
"An American soldier," be relates the result of a blood clot on the There seems to be just as much GARDEN. Beat S. M..... Geerfia. '
"was talking to a Russian dirty work at the crossroads as
brain. The ready-witted politicianand AMARYLLIS BULBS. Giant Hybrid SOC
soldier In Berlin. The American former writer till ever. And It Is much more disturbing B for $200 Jumbo size 75c. 3 for S2.00.
song was only Send for Hat of latest hybrids of Mem-
aid with the added
that In his country, he couldgo three days before he passed away. super pro- eroealliday tJ Illleal, Black Red Pink
to Washington without a permit duction and sound effects. We used Amaryllis. Gardens' ii
SeVeren'Ave.'N.
.
n E. E. Atlanta Gs.3D
go to the White House, wait to be alarmed by: occasional ru-

his turn get In to see the President mors. Now we are made doubly
.
and teD him that he doesn't A s o ,yi s yi apprehensive through being able to .2 owt.32dwtQ tBU. ;;

like American foreign policy.: see and hear the villains as they .

That's democracy,' said the still pursue her.
GI. x Yr+ _*_
4 gy.S15 5HEAD$.au. tBJJndL
'That's nothing,' the Russian Everything said and done by the

soldier replied. 'In my: country United Nations is now on the up
.I can go to Moscow, knock on ;}w fi ,'sX40 and up, and the net result is to

the door of the Kremlin, walk In, i indicate that the greatest menace to '

wait my: turn, see Stalin, bangon world peace is speechmaking withno

the desk and say, "Mr. cuts. The last world war saw .

Stalin, I don't like Truman's for. q S a peace brought about in fewer languages COIDS'DISCOMFORTS

sign policy: either!" And nothing WINNERS OF NOBEL PEACE PRIZE . Dr. John R. Mott, New and no radio assistance.Our ,

would happen to me. That's York left, secretary-general of the World Student Christian federaallon yM impression is that If there had
'r. real democracy.' and Miss Emily Greene Batch Wellesley, Mass., (president of been microphones in those days, the Relieved by Modern Way ,.

the International Women's League for Peace and Freedom who were Orators would still have been talk, AMha fast sniffle or sneeze of a held% \. .
SUPPRESSED REPORT warded jointly the 1948 Nobel Peace prize by: the Norwegian parliamentary In,. cold many young mothers now rub oil
PENETRO for quick-acting relief..so
While President Truman committee of the Nobel awards commission. Four other -
and other clean and white,so pleasant to use *jut
high government officials continue Americans won awards In physics and chemistry. Open diplomacy: Is all right If It 10 effective I PENETRO modern-

their enthusiastic support of Is not so open that It gets confused help,medicated vapor*release at once to
the with the commerlcals the open up the nostrils and sootheupper
new Philippine government of
breathing paasage,clear the bead,
President Roxas, there remain soap operas and the radio auditions help quiet coughing of colds.

locked in the files of the White i" SIGNS COAL ORDER . FederalJud&e PENETRO GIVES YOU the hoots5 -
._
House and ,. -* approved mutton suet feature; and acientiflo -
Attorney Gen. Tom
> T. Alan Goldsborough,
medication rubs in to help breakup
The idea of all
having the cardson
Clark two copies of a report which, Washington, D. C., who signed the local congestion and relieve
If made publir., has explosive power temporary order restraining JohnL the table Is swell But it might muscular soreness, if a chest cold develop
: be just as well if the interludes *. And Penetro on working lot
nearly as great as that of the
suppressed Lewis, head of the UMW from hours,encourages ref deep. Modern
when the boys play gin
Rogga report. terminating the Krug-Lewls agreement rummy were mothers everywhere are changing fromoldfashioned
The Philippine report was writtenby and calling a strike of aU not broadcast. e remedies to clean, whit
a special Investigator sent to soft coal mine workers. -
Manila last winter to determine The best thing that could happento PENETROSRUBso \ '

what action should be taken against all bodies at work on peace would
islanders who had collaborated with be"a general loss of voice by the

Jap occupation authorities. Inside ;. delegates, coupled with a realization .

fact is it pins guilt on nearly: all the L that a better world cannot be

leaders of the present Philippine ad. developed exclusively through the .

ministration. Documentary evidenceof gas works
.
collaborationist records of a large

part of the present senate, cabinet
and President Roxas himself is included SAME OLD DESIGNSThe

New fork horse show, renewed ..
The charges Include such criminal k > for the first time since Pearl
Harbor, drew tremendous crowds. That U u.t what MILES
acts as aiding the Jape to wipe LITTLE ILLS are.So Urtl
W will An about
horses
*
out patriot guerrillas toy They but-OII MYl So gentle, 7.t
conspiring to
corn through without strikes, the arm So convenjen. and
seize food from famished Filipino. models do not change every season cpmfortlnft when you need an occa
for use by the,Jap armies, in addition and you always know there ii no thl sional* laxative lautlT.works It'. rood with to know you-sot that

to the declaration of war against on them on which you can against you MILES LITTLE PILLS
the United States in 1944. light s cigar.Another. ."nud push,.""Get whore many harsh luatl.ee
a from your f am.
Although the vast majority of the s9re- a lly pacltag Not to
Filipinos hated and resisted the F, ay be used when abdominal pain
or other of
aymptoma
append
Japs, corruption spread through the ..-'It Freedom Gone cltl are pr..ent.
'/ C Tote only.directed
top layers of political and industrial Mllee
Laboratoriea Inc..
leaders. Result was that the Justice Life is getting to be pretty cir Elkhart, Ind.LITTLE .,
department investigators recommended WELL-DRESSED SOLDIERS . Clothing for use In heavy winter cumscribed. A man can't even calla n

that the most important collaborationist conditions Is being tested at "Task Force Frost," Camp McCoy, Wis. FIRST G.I. BABY IN JAPAN . rattlesnake his own Ralph But.

clique be tried not In From left to right are Pfc. George R. Deal, Big Stone Gap Va., In To Mrs. Melina Rita Dugas, wife ler, a New York man, had a six M ILES Pius

the Philippines, where it would be ski mountain boots, gaiters and cotton parka with liner; Ffc. Alvis of Chief Gunner's Mate Robert J. foot rattler that was his closest

difficult to find a native court completely Coins, LaFollette, Tenn., In Arctlo shoes, overwrite trousers, parka Dugai, Milwaukee Wls, goes the friend and pet. He kept it in his

free of bias, but in San Francisco and winter mask; Pvt. Eugene Tranthan, Springfield Mo., In mukluks, distinction of giving birth to the apartment where he found it quite

pile lined parka overcoat; G.I. In air forces parka B-7; and Pfc. Robert first child born to navy: personnel companionable and, in many ways, Starts Relief In 6 Second

Reason this recommendation was Wentermute, Newton, N. J., In sleeping suit In Japan. far ahead of humans he knew. But ,from All 6 usual"s.f'f

never acted upon, officials say: was there were complaints And a court r' :
largely Gen. Douglas MacArthur. has taken the viper away, M\s
.
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UNDER TilE DOME We sympathize with Mr. Butler COLD P55PASATIOH4i' .

Speaker Sam Rayburn doesn't f r ,taI , Personally, we wouldn't wanta JtAIHT OR LIQUID

want the job of minority leader. . I rattler within 10 miles of us, although CovtloM Toke only M 411",'"

Southern congressmen are not en. they: often get much closer

thusiastic over continuing the leadership But if a man cottons to them and WNU-7 49-48

of Massachusetts' John McCormack finds they can be trusted, Is it fair

and they: have the votes to to part them Is it fair to the man?

put him in or out. . One fixture In s t Is it fair to the rattler?
the capitol regardless) of political : > s .a _'_

turnover will be the Rev. James r :i We pause for a reply.. Not get BackacheMay

Shera Montgomery, the house chaplain ting any, we hold that it is pretty
Appointed by the RepublicansIn tough to force Butler to go out and : Want of Disordered

-1921. he was continued by the S. S find his rattlesnakes in politics and Kidney Action
Democrats.MERRT social life like the Modern life with It. hurry and worry.Imtular .
rest of us. and
hablta. Improper estlni
0 e e drinking-it* risk o! expoeur*and info'lionthrows
bonny strata oa the work
GO ROUNDAll Maybe the drop in cotton prices o( th. kidney. They are apt to beeon
cabinet members over-taied and fall to Alter *ieeaa sold
are strengthening is due to the fact so much of it is
aad other Impurltle from the lile-glvlos
their legal staffs, knowing they: now coming out of the automobile blood. .
face the most exhaustive series of upholstery. Yon may suffer .. backache
headache, dUalneae, letting up nif.hu:
congressional investigations in the M e e
W" f Us pains, .llIoc--fool constantly
last 20 years. . Retiring Speaker "On thousand beauty shop workers tired, nerTona, all wore out. Other alga
ol bladder disorder sometime -
Sam Rayburn tells friends that he CURES BY MUSCLE POWER . called Hnk.."-Ntwi item. kidney* burning or icaaty or too are frequent
will serve In the house only one Mrs. Estrld Dane has won fame Now lor a demonstration of whether .urination.
more term. Sam has been a con TWIN NURSES CARE FOR TRIPLETS . Student nurses and twin throughout England for her cores anything on earth can stop a woman kidneys Try Coan's toa pas Pills.off harmful D"" ..'eioee. help.* body the

gressional fixture for 39 years, now sisters, Georgette, left, and Colette Dussaolt. St. Albans, Vt., hold the of baby: deformities She does It bound for a facial from crossing e waste. They bar had more lb.. ball aeentury

wants to retire. . Nine member, Sklcke triplets, all boys, born at the Brady Maternity: hospital, Albany, by a series of exercises In which picket line nendsd ol by publle grateful approval.users everywhere.Are neon

of the new, senate are former news- N. Y., to Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sklcke. The triplets are the first children the baby's own muscle pull Is the Now a strike of workers in 415 yew tDOANS. >or1

pajs.r men and publishers; three are born to the Sklckes. All are In excellent health and thriving. So factor. Infantile paralysis Is meat-packlig Industry Is threat-the

former teachers. Sixty-four senators far they have not expressed themselves about.their good. fortune In among her cures which Include ened. Anything: to make it a little PILLSIt
are lawyers, the largest group. having the twin nurses take care of them. most children aliments. tougher on the kitchen.


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TIPS GERALD* BROWN -LESSON. ,

TO WN.U.M ATURC*
.
HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Jlic;' D. =
Orb .. -
Duke McCale, private detective, le look after the house during the week She sought his eyes again, and Moody Bible Institute ol Union.o..1I.1..d

guarding the wedding presents at the of the wedding" the queer secret duel that they had by western Newspaper -

Blielow manilon. He senses thai old "I'm' sorry, but that is not the all the while been fighting under.

Mill Adelaide Blielow Is afraid of lome truth. Never once have I believed neath the smooth surface was ended Lesson for December 15
thing more than theft Be meets the
bride and groom-teb., Veronica and : you came to/my office with that in suddenly and completely.

Curl Vallalncourt, and Veronica's mother 'mind. I knew you were in trouble Adelaide Blgelow was giving in. Lesson eublecta and Scripture text eelectod IIY

Sybil, and her brother and sister, even though you withheld your con McCale could tell. It was In her and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil used by
Stephen and Victoria. McCale learns that fidence. Even: now you will not admit eyes all the pent-up gnawing worryof permlaelon.of ReUftoue Education

Vallalnconrt li a free spfnder and (ambler. it, even to yourself. I have something horrible and unclean. WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel
He alto finds out there was a LETTER ON punk II the dickens, brings on stomach
She PHILEMON A
the first wasn't
gone on that premise from going to hold out on upset sour taste, gamy discomfort,
curious episode In the lives of Stephen
Etiquette Pays -that you wanted me to find out him any more, and now maybe he CHRISTIAN BROTHERHOOD take fir.. Caldwell'e famous medicine
and his
Blselow wile There U
a strange
things without even the responsibility could help. to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in-
or who goes! tendon at the nanilon. Christopher "I will ". LESSON TEXT-Philemon 420. Dtrdi", and help you feel bright and
guy what. tell
THEand Storm, who had once been rejected by on your part of telling me you she said simply. the Lord chipper again.
does things is the .. "I wish withdraw from the "Veronica's '' MEMORY SELECTION-Now
to
father brother
Veronica eeems particularly Ill at ea. my Is that Spirit: and where the DR. CALDWELL'S Is the wonderful sen
one who's never fazed by any situ Stephen Is also notably Jump Karen case Miss Blgelow. There's nothing she began, motioning him to sit, Lord U. there U liberty.-II .t't'n: na laxative contained good old Syrup
ation. U you want to be more popu- goes out, and returns la an hour. I can do for you" "was a hard man;, I suppose but S.17.: Pepsin to make It to easy to take

lar, better check up on your man-. "Oh no!" The words, half muffed not. unusual for his time, I think. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations -
ners. He believed Christian brotherhood! 'That may In prescriptions to make the medicine
in the heavy atmosphere, magnified that women have no
and agreeable totak.
. CHAPTER VII more palatable
e themselves in the vastness of heads for business-cannot handle not sound like a dynamic influence .. So be sure your laxative 1s contained
The Weekly Newspaper Service I "book the money. He heir destined to change the world but In Syrup Pepiin
room. was to father'sbusiness
Introductions din'ing my
let
bas the answers. Comes in aH decked out for the
dancing, letter.wrllln-many phases The fire crackled fiercely for a and fortune of about twelve that Is just what It has done. We INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S-the isvorite -
of everyday etiquette are covered. night life. Soup and fish. Gave me long minute while the essence of million dollars. With real study today a letter written about oi millions for SO ", and feel
Send 25 cents (coin) for "New Book of the once-over and had a few quick estate that wholesome relief from -
Everyday Etiquette." Print your Dame, .trallht'one. than fear hung in the air like a strong and clever vesting he more than ,I slave boy at a time when slavery tins Even finicky children love It.
without a
address, title of booklet. more right but it
zone accent"It doubled that foune. There was accepted as
was no CAUTION CM only as directed.
glance at there with .
me sitting my
is necessary for me, since you male heir to whom he could leave stated principles of Christian consideration
. I '
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER!: SERVICE tongue hanging out. When the but-
New York 11. N. Y. will not confide in me, to tell you : it, you see." I and brotherly love which
143 W. nth St. ler stuck his snoot in the door, be slav BR.CAIMLL'SSENNA ]
exactly what it is that is bothering "There was his were eventually to overthrow
Endow 25 cents for "New Book of spat out, 'Tell my mother I'm going I adopted son, ;
you-what it is that fear. You Stephen" McCale in ery. It is still at work today when
Everyday Etiquette. / wife mind you put quickly. I
out this evening. Not his ,
see, I know. What is it?" "Yes." she hesitated, "but not his_ I and where we let itl LAXATIVE
N.IrAddre.
mother.
'ou-hi. Miss Blgelow turned once more own flesh and blood. But there was This letter written by' Paul and

.' "Mama's big boy." to the room and McCale saw into certainly Stephen. She edged over yet by the Holy Spirit, personal and OMUIN"'M SYRUP PEPSIN

"Oh, sure. He and his wife don't her mind quite easily. to the window again." yet eternal and spiritual in its application .

get along I take it?" The house was quiet and the room She faced him from the recess of is a mode of letter writing

"Your" surmise is a good one, I seemed Just as it should be-a the window's bay, the high red I and equally a model of Christian

:4 e think. chamber of solid Victorian fastness velour draperies dwarfing her In the brotherhood. It concerns one

II "Well, while he was having* his cozy warm- Intimate. Her elongated shadows Her 'eyes, for Onesimus a slave who had deserted Relieves

snort the wife comes in. Td been fingers caressed the sheen of old a moment seemed to play hide-and- I nil master and probably defrauded DISTRESS

wondering who'd been playing chopsticks wood, the back, of a chair. She seek with a memory."At him (v. 18).I I He had been converted -

{ all night until she stood there looked at him. one time I think he intended I and now was being sent backto Child's Cold

'In the doorway, looking daggers at "So many things are not -as we for Stephen to inherit But Stephen his master. *

him. 'Going out, Steve?' she says, in his eyes at least proved himself I r I. "I Might Be Bold-Yet I Rather -

and he walks by her without a unworthy. Sybil always spoiled Beseech Thee" (vv. 4-9). AsHeSleev
Iwith
>dllENEK f TONICtluroa glance. She put her hand out, but him. He grew up precocious extravagant I I After a fine spiritual salutation

> eaten sold eaiUy-beeanee) he brushed her oft." a: He ran away once and (vv. 1-3), Paul enters upon an ap-
all the nature A4D
and teeray-buadinr- "Then King the majordomo, >R sy "Joined the navy. A bitter experience peal to Philemon which is a model C'\ "
\\Dt
you needyou mar calls her to the phone and she goes rl for him. The more so when' of tact and courtesy. \ '
bow Seott'a frnuWloa '
: build energy, Hamfc* out." he found that Joel could no doubt : First he lets Philemon know of v1Penetrates

\ : e-doetore"recommend Try It 1 Bee why this "She had a phone call?" have procured an appointment to his prayerful Interest in him. Paul I ,. ' ..' ,?;

high energy. food "Yep. After which she banged Annapolis for him. He did manage; had been praying for him that'swhy 'fr.'/

Bay at your drogglet'a. heck out of the piano for another M.I.T. by the skin of his teeth. Mar. he could say such a helpful j 'Stimulates

half hour." I tinge to Karen has straightened word. s Into upper broncheitendbtcktur-
SCOTTS EMULSION chlel tubes with fKta like, a wirm*
"She went out, you say? him out somewhat. Then he recognizes Philemon's
Inicomlorttnfmedicinel
VBAH HOUND TONIC "Yes, she did. She wasn't gone "So the Blgelow fortune is held goodness and his effective testimonyfor ipeclil, soothing vipon. poultice.

,long. About an hour. When she in trust?" Christ. This was an excellent

came horde she messed around the "Yes and no." Miss Adelaide approach to the making of a request This wonderful special action peneItratingstimulating -

U. S. Savings Bonds ivories until hubby rolled In, .about rushed on now as though pressed and be sure that It was not -brought to you only by
twelve o'clock. Then the place for time "My brother did not believe empty or hypocritical flattery. v We Vicks VapoRub-works for

quieted down for the night" in having; money standing idle do well to recognize the fine quail- hours to relieve distress of

"Stephen came home late?" fay. for always. He wrote a most pecu- ties of our Christian brother, and colds while the child sleeps
liar will" we could profitably speak of them Often by morning most misery
"Yes. He must have heard her ,
She steadied herself as if giving more than we do. of the cold Is
IIMI inn sit run if going in, 'cause a door opened .WICKSV
rn up-
information Try It
on so private a matter Then Paul was ready to make his gone.
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO stairs. The piano stopped. He required a supreme effort"I request. See how nicely he does it. tonight! VAPORUBmpyaaR
shouted something or other at her !
> think he believed we would all He skillfully reminds Philemon that
that I didn't get Then a couple
benefit eventually I-I believed he he (Paul) might make some demands -
MCNEILS more doors slammed. i counted on Veronica's marrying and especially in view of his

1 MAGIC "That the story?" someone whose background we all age and his imprisonment. But he

r "All but mamma" She stopped knew. You see, Sybil and I haveto will not do so; rather he says, "I

REMEDY King In the hall and asked. for Ste He'stood behind her looking over agree on Veronica's choice." beseech thee." ,

BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF phen. She almost dropped when he her shoulder while he talked.' "Rather hard on Veronica, I 1 U. "Without Thy Mind .I Would WORLD use at Skull M u ,

lie M W. f. .e'1ae-f X11 a Wee told her sonny boy was doing the ;*> should say." ., .. Do !Nothing" (vv' 10-18).
I Mllllti Ill (III U IISIIIUI R town. Then she :yelled for Karen. want them to be nor as we be. "Oh yes." She was trying hardto Paul, the aged prisoner had found
/HI Mil III IIHO w U BIS.enmlH M :While King went looking for her lieved them to be,"'she said. explain It as she saw it "But he In his new convert, Onesimus, a real

ham mi IS, juiHunti 4. neon she went through a gamut of facial He nodded. "There was for Instance thought-" helper. He would have liked to keep

expressions worthy of any one of ," he answered drawing a The old voice rose now an hysterical him In fact says he to Phile-
the old silent movie gala When the note in it "He wished man
could do for me the
parallel, "the case of France with mon Onesimus
Always rely on this great rub for butler reported that Karen had gone its vigor Its Impregnable defenses, to have control of it Veronica's things you would want to. do if you
out too she made a beeline for the husband gains control of It to do here ( 13).
its Immortal and imperturbablemorale. were v.
CHESTCOLDS upstairs. In about twenty minutes with as he will."
have felt of the
But the enemy bored from Paul could sure
she came down looking like the Mer- within sabotaging that morale and "Godl" McCale exploded. The willingness of Philemon. He could
ry Widow-and Just as worn out. spool of his brain turned swiftly ina that the
when the battle came the heart was have assumed request
called cab and made her convulsive unreeling. The it
She a plot I And in
as rotten as an overripe cheese. would be granted. any case
exit." brought to mind left him numb
to rskve ccegbeedtklg a/a d.. "When did she get home?" Her eyes clouded. "What do you; -by its malevolence. Philemon did not Fen know not where keep
Onesimus why
wasso
RUB ON "Just before Stevey-boy.. She know? It,was his turn to go to the win-.' I him? He did not reason thus

I came in or floated in, would be dow. He stood looking into the True Christian consideration respects -

more like it. She had Just got the A Strange WillComplicates blanket of fog seeing nothing for a the personal rights and the wALUA

shock of her life. No act this time.I Things"I moment He felt lost in the stunned property rights of another. We must change to

actually had to help her upstairs, ,silence of his own thoughts. Be- I

1 1 1 1 though" I'll bet she won't rememberit. of undeniable know that a physical certain young attractionis man hind sigh. him he heard Miss Bigelow pressure not assume on anyone or demand(v. 14) or to put get for the to4uc elect

what they have or to draw out their smile
million dollars
GIANT McCale nodded thoughtfully and marrying thirty : "Why didn't you come to me be- service. on your
next week. I know that in ;your ?" all he could And
fore
was
1 1 they tell silent for a few minutes believe say. Another expression of consideration Efficient Cain works woe vomit
himto
subconscious mind ;you
his voice sounded so loud in the
The figment of his imagination was be an adventurer. 'I know' that is found in verses 15 and 10. 1 Helps remove 6lm...br/D' out
stillness that. it almost to
about wildly. He was surer seemed slave all the natural lucre of your
1 Jumping should have investigated him Philemon had lost a heathen ,
you penetrate the outside. As if he had
smile
1 than ever that tragedy stalked the he is receiving back a Christian
/ months ago-that you are also bothered beard the loitering sailor across the now 2 A special Ingredient In Cabs
Bigelows. Finally with a gesture- the fact that entire brother. No worker will give Wr ..
OF THEFUTURE by your way actually looked up once at the encourages r i massage.
half disdain half despair he less in service and no master will effect!
1 1 I family seems Jealous of his marriage windows. McCale laughed harshly. which has a Ionic on gums
launched into a description of the Not demand more, because both are ..helps make them 6rm and
niece.
to Jealous,
1 1 events witnessed by Ann and himself your "Now you are caught in a really Christians. rosy.Tone up your smile...with
1 1 mind of his perhaps having the diabolical web. Too late to extricate Cabal
at the Abbey.; benefits of great fortune but Jealous Now Paul touches on one of the
1 a yourselves without a scandal. Mule fc AMMHI McXnme Utirtttria,
1 Rocky listened avidly McCale In a more personal way as if Light fled from her old eyes as finest elements involved in Christian Hi ys n of t\.. keow'b.v

1 1 never kept any information from his secretly they were all in love with Inwardly she contemplated such a I brotherhood namely co-operatloa

/ 1 assistants when they were working him and wanted him for them. thing. He felt cruel and vicious and We are to live and labor together

1 1 together on a case. He felt that to selves." hard but at least rational, and was for a common cause. Pleading for
withhold developments made an operator his friend and brother the young Bonds
"You are so-right, she faltered. not quite able comprehend her U. S. Savings
1 1 less Interested In the out- Her eyes lit up In admiration. "HowIn attitude. slave Onesimus he says:
1 1 come, made him feel less like an the world-" III. "If Thou Count Me a Partner, -
CLECTRONICS-tomor Integral part of the Investigation. Strikes Receive Him" (vv. 17.21).
1 row's giant in the civilian 1 Besides that, everyone's opinion "I am a trained observer. It Is Tragedy Partners share the benefits and GUARANTEED CURE

1 world-is today's field for research 1 was, valuable. A word here an my Job to see what others miss. Suddenly"We the burdens of their joint enter-

1 in the U. S. Army Signal 1i Idea there- Then, too" I have sources of infor' can still,expose this fellow. prise. Partners in the gospel like P

Corps. Throughout; the 1 mation. meladIt's quite possible that I Paul and Philemon, shared not only ion $1.00

1 land, and in strategic; bases 1 Miss Adelaide Quits She crossed to the windows again, can dig up something a few days.; spiritual blessings, but also the re-
1 searching the outside hastily. Whatin Paul I w. will mall you our formula 101
presenting
1 She joined him in the bay window sponsibilities. was
abroad, Signal; Corps men are The'PretenseWhen world is she looking for fie cure 01 tier horrible 1..lIn9.
known. and 1 the shaking her head In a quick such an item to Philemon in the return Toe have necewery l.qrodl..I' .1
developing the 1 he had finished, he cockedan there? he ponddred. Is she anxiousto gesture of distaste. of Onesimus.: Something had homo-WI tell yea how Sand ve",
of L name and "... .. .
unknowns radio with before the
probing the 1 eyebrow, looking interrogativelyat have this over "Impossible" she murmured. to be done about the debt of Onesi- with Si I 00 .nclor.od. Pollee in-
1 radar Loran, Shoran, and others get back? The family was structlenso/ dace .nd II not more
his friend and employee. "Then why, in all Justice to yourself mus his failure as a servant Paul
1 other vital' developments 1 1 Rocky said at last slowly, "The having another ot the Interminablewedding did you call me In at all?" he says "Charge it to me, your part- E ch..rfoll than satisfied and your promptly money refunded will b.. ,
1 which make closer knit Army rehearsals. Or was it some know."I "
a thing that sticks out farthest, chief, wanted to ner.
1 geared; up for swift and effective ; at least as I see it other thing she/ sought in the darkening think I wanted to'be sure." It has been pointed out that there 5 R &S COMPANY

1 defense. what?" afternoon? She had glancedat He left her staring out into the Is here a blessed example of the P.O. .., 1531 Dallas, Te..s'
"Is
i 1i the clock more than once, he not- rain and went back to the fire. important doctrine of imputation,
It takes l highly; specialized "Is what Mr. Curt Vallalncourt
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1 ed.He "Who Introduced Curt Vallaln which is the "act ot.Ood wherebyhe ; - -
men to operate the "Nerve 1 bridegroom-to-be, seems to be as crushed his cigarette in an court into this house?" he asked, accounts righteousness to the

1 Center of the Army." Men 10, 1 busy as a bee,"painting himself right ashtray; going over to her again raising his eyes to the woman at believer in Christ," because he,"has

1 eager; to attain technical perfection . 1 into a corner. He_ stood behind her looking over the window. borne the believer's sins in vindication STRAINS, SORENESS

1 that they'll'.helve At four-thirty that afternoon, her shoulder while he talked. There But hli query went unanswered.. of the law." So we note that '

1 every conflicting interest to 1 Duke McCale stood before the fireplace was nothing to seeThe sailor still For on the Instant of bringing his verses 17 and 18 perfectly illustrate CUTS/ BURNS.

1 "get; the message; through." 1 In the upstairs drawing room slumped against the gateway trying glance to focus on her, he saw her imputation.
1 1 of the Beacon street house He was read in the unsteady if something outside had A favorite hoiuenold antteeptle drew
This training and this attitude to a paper sway as Paul's promise "I will repay it"v.
1 facing Adelaide Bigelow, who was light A woman to her heart He log and liniment for 9S year.Hanford'sBALSAM
of street terror
a struck
oft'-Cor the American people glow ( 19), was the legal phraseology OP MYRRHI It containe
pay In the = Victoriansofa.
corner o a
whole and for the fine 1 huddled passed in a shiny silk raincoat, a thought for a moment she would of a promissory note in his day.; soothing some to relieve the soreness and
at a 1\ There was something held red scarf whipping out from her fall through the window. It was a bonaflde partnership transaction ache of over-need end strained must

1 men who choose this career. ; back In her, a studied remoteness. neck in a sudden gust of wind. Far A shot split the silence, forcing yet it was coupled with a reminder Tekte,the insect etint bites and oak Itch and out Ivy of poUoolos. humt.ecaUU -.

I McCale had been talking quietly, off, near the bandstand hoboes had a cry from her lips. He believed of Indebtedness. Everything wind and sun burn, chafing and
1 In a voice which surprised himself started to burn rubbish in an iron for one awful moment that someone Philemon had and was he owed to chapped ikia. Ite andMptie action lessens -

1 TOUR REODIAB ARMY SEBVCI : at its own compassion basket, as was their custom on outside had shot Adelaide, half expected Paul; but, says the latter, "I will the danger Infection whenever the

THE NATION AND MANKIND IN ''I "You'll have to pardon me If I these cold evenings. The red glowof to hear the shattered glassof not speak of that now." akin Keep le cut a or bottle broken.bendy for the minor

say :you have been-shall I say- it flickered fitfully in the fog. a windowpane fall to the door No right-thinking person is con ceauelbee of kitchen and nurtery. At

1 WAR AND PEACE 1'I extremely British about this situa "I know" he went on, his voice In one leap, he was at her side tent always to be on the receivingend. rour bouMhold druggist eue-east trial ecoryroy age bottle we $1.3 last$.

t tion. You have made a concessionhere low and Impatient now "that you She huddled against him pointingout The humblest recipient of favor a C. HAN'ORD MFO. co. lynojert N.Y.

1 an appeasement there until must have another reasonfor surely and down. or the smallest child who feels Sol mere of

It U quite futile' to take any action you are not caught; in the trap One quick glance and the scene the love of another wants to respond,

You have called me In months too this fellow sets for the unwary. Are below was forever photographed on The considerate friend will, therefore

late." you afraid Veronica will lavish too the film of his mind. He saw a not always insist on giving but arsarn M r.rh

1 '"Mr. McCale," there was a light much of the Blgelow money on him, woman in green running along the. will graciously (like Paul open the of

1 touch of hauteur in her tone In forgetting the others? You see, I I by-path of the Common that bisected way for co-operation, for partner ,

spite of herself ":you are presuming have heard that she inherits the' the bill.TO ship

- - too much. X called you in to bulk of It upon her marriage." BE CONTINUED)



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these nominee ,and do vote for them, I .. '
@h dtob fu5u the effect will be the Negro vote, 'i
dominated and controlled by the .
Communist-Inspired! CIO-PAC, and
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Published every Friday by the voting a* a block or unit, will be Gilbert
Okeechobe New Co., at Okeechobee, district k-
able to name practically every
Okeechobee County; Florid city and county official !In Flor ..
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BRYANT BOWDEN. .,. ... .. .Editor Id.." .
"Let the Negroes and Communist .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES have their own party" he urge.
Ont Year In advance .. .... ... .$3.00 "with a declaration of principle advocating Company
Si I Months In advance ... .. .. 1.0 social equality, Intermarriage .
f Three Months In advance .". 1.00 between the race, commingling ,
e of the races In schools, hotels, restauranti :"
I Entered aa second class matter July buses, dining carl and Pullman ,
I, 1914, at the Post Office In Okee *. Let the Democrats have their! with these
chobee, Florida, under Act of March declaration of principles or platform : I
8. 1879. I opposed to such things, and require SC/ftE-rO-BE-TftEASUftED
each member of the Party to aub r
scribe to such principle of plat A
Two Kind of Labor form.

Leaders The Good Book admonishes ni that
"The thing we fear shall com upon I .
Fortune recently d.YOted an issue u." and such an open declaration of
to the subject of >labor la V. .. Induitry. raeo-war at Senator Mathews pro -
In the course of Iti analysts, peace would In my estimation fet the Y v
It rill 0 number of capsule blorraphlei surest and quickest way to bring E k
of Important labor leader about the condition h* reeks to R.
whom the treat majority of Amid avoid.I .
ran have never heard of. These men do not believe that the CIO-PAC
head big union and represent arm or any other group can successfully
lei of workeri. But they don't make regiment all Negroes and drive themto
the headlines with wild threats and the poll like cattle to vote a* In..tructed .
demandi. They fight aggressivelyfor nor am I ready to accept '\
gain for I.bor-but they keep the belief that Negroes are, as a whh't
their agreement with management group, demanding or expecting social .
In short, there are the types of labor equality, Intermarriage between the
leader who built the labor movementIn race or commingling. .
the old day,_ and who! gained for While a,considerable number of r -- -- --- -

it the respect of the nation. Negroes were registered In the las' .........
It I* unfortunate that that kind of election only a small number actually Veterans CornerWhat
labor executive i* overshadowed bj voted and I venture to say that o:f Our SchoolThese
some intensely vocal zealots who< these, few voW an "instructd" vote. fiomwhereIsitJyJo MarshA
seem more Interested In destroying) They certainly didn't "go-down-the I I. the largest loan on which -.1'7'
private enterprise and free labor line" with the CIO-PAC. I.m aati*. days, throughout the hall I a veteran can get a government guar
than In forwarding the real long fled that Senator Holland received of the grammar school building, one antes? Can a veteran change the 1
term interests of the worker. Any his share of Negro vote on the might bear the strains' of the old beneficiary of hn National Service Grand '..
labor leader worthy of his job must I bails that he was the belt qualiflecman Christmas carol at any hour of the Life Insurance without letting the
know that higher wage, shorter for the office and I believe that day, and to anyone who I* capable of beneficiary know anything about it'
hour and better working conditions even if the Negro vote In Florida emotion It set the blood to tingling Here are the answers to these and American TraditionThe
ran come only from progressive In. were twice on three time what it 1 Is I In a way that nothing else doe at other question frequently asked by
duitrie which make good profit at present, we would still find thatIt this time of year. Ther I* something veterans:
H, must know that the question of would be an Independent vote am I about "Silent Night" and "Lit Q. Will a veteran be able to gets Cuppers had a grand old blond ones-Vermont accents and
wage I I. Inextricably tied In with would be cut Intelligently.The tle Town of Bethlehem," which i Is I guaranteed loan Indefinitely family reunion last week-for the Alab.madrawlsdoctoreandtarn'flrat
the question of worker productivity CIO has been making an effort beyond compare, when sung by small A. No. Application must be made time since the war. era . all with their duTroc of
and that the doctrine of more pay to organize Negro labor In this children. within 10 from the official end
years Big and little Cuppers came by tasU and politics, yet as COM! and
for lees work lead only to ruin. ,
can state but their efforts have proven And the classrooms are beginning of the war.
There are many cases on record disappointing. Not long ago I heard to tike on their holiday attire, with Q. What I* the largest amount a car and train, from aa far west harmonious\ spirit a* a group
where labor leader have worked a CIO organizer complain that "you their blackboard full of Christmas veteran can borrow and the loan be as Nebraska and as far east as could be.From .
wholeheartedly with Industrial lead- can't do anything with 'em. They'll trees Wise Men, Santa Clause and guaranteed Vermont. They crowded Dee and where I alt, it's a great
era to keep factories going in bad loin all right, but they wont pay due fireplace All In all, everything Is A. The size of the loan dependson Jane's house, set up quarters in American tradition-not just family
times, by moderating wage demands, and they won't take orders working up to the climax of next what the lender Is willing\ to lend the barns, or stopped with
neighbors reunions, but the ability to
by figuring out means to increase The Negro, given half a chance, I I. Friday, the 20th, when each room with the amount of guaranty; there get
output and lower costs ,and by planning a pretty good citizen and I think it will have Its party, with its exchangeof It no limit upon the amount a lender i -and a jollier gathering youcouldn't aloof a. one harmonious family,
the expansion of markets. These would be a grave mistake to encourage gifts, and wishes for a Merry may lend. However, the maximum have imagined I II regardless of differences of taste-
men are in direct contrast to the him to form his own party Christmas. Christmas seems to be guaranty by the Veterans Adminsi was asked to their anal Saturday whether it's bate for politics or
labor leaders whose policy is rule and team up with the Communists, for little children and Isn't it a pity trillion may not exceed $4,000 on a night supper, when they farming, beer or cider.
or ruin. CIO-PAC or any other group. As it we have to grow up and mist 10 muchof home loan or $2,000 on a business sang
If American workers, who must stands now, the white" vote In some I the joy that the child experience loan old songs, drank beer and cider, a. (J, _
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ultimately decide the kind of leadership areas I* much easier to control than It seems pathetic In a way, that after Q C.n. loan to purchase house reminisced. Dark Cuppers and '
they really want, are wise, they the Negro vote and i* far more dan- a child Panel sixth grade (and hold furniture be guaranteed? C/
will Insist on their representatives gerou. they are still children then) he A. No. ..
wcrkirg with industry-not against The real question in the Mathews misses so much of the spirit of the Q. How can I arrange to have my Copyright, 1946, Uiuttd Sum Bntttrt Futmtmho
Industry. That means honest collective proposal ,Is not whether the Negroes season as he goes Into high school National Service Life Insurance premiums
bkritainiiig in which the rights would take advantage of the state- No more Christmas trees no more deducted from the disability
of all are considered It Is the only controlled primaries to exercise the parties and exchanging gifts and after compensation checks I received from
solution to the problem. balance of power-they haven't done all, we cant blame the youngsters the Veteran Administration
.o as yet-but whether conduct of for looking at the material side oft A. Visit any Veteran Administration
1 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY the primaries, free of state law regulations we have raised them to expect it.It office and fill out a form authorizing ; ,
by the party organizationwould ii a phase of childhood that is VA to make the deduction .
While I have always admired and tend to fairer elections, better left behind, but one which remains Q. I have been turned down by a .
respected John E. Matthews of Jacksonville choices of officials and less fraud In their hearts aa long as they live. ending[ ; institution for a G.L guaranteed BERRY
I cannot agree with him In and manipulation in casting and But as they leave that phase, they loan to buy a business. Does
'r his contention that the State Democratic counting the votes advance to a richer more mature this mean that I cant get a GJ
Committee b* given full con Committee control of the primaries world and begin to realize more of guaranteed loan 'to'go Into buslnesat -- '" l o.u
trol of Democratic primarie would make it possible for a majorityof the true meaning of Christmas that A. No. If one lender turn you FUNERAL
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Such a plan would place party con the committee, which could easilybe the joy come not !In receiving, but down, try another one, The fact '
trol in the hand of a small group of mad up of self-seeking, designing In giving and if that doctrine couldbe that on* lender i II not interested does
professional politicians and beyond politicians, to practically dictate the Instilled into the mind of ourhigh not indicate that your proposition
the reach of the people. It would qualification of candidates,.methodsof school children, not just at i Is unioind.
remove all government sanctions election, voting and other regulations Christmas time, but throughout the Q Can I change the beneficiaryof HOMELicensed
against fraud and dishonesty and it to the end of insuring the year, it could be the means of estab- my National Service Life Insurance -
would mean that the cost of handling nomination of favored candidate On fishing a permanent Peace on Earth without letting the beneficiary
primary election would have to be toP of that It would open the way Good Will Toward Men. know anything about it?,
met by an exorbitant qualificationfee for dnhoesty In elections, which A. It*. A veteran may change the Funeral
for candidates, by Individual would be beyond statutory prosecution FIFTH INSTALLMENTFOR beneficiary of his NSLI at any time Director .
contributions or a disguised tax and or penalty.No i without the beneficiary' knowledge
would be far leas democratic than at John, your plan i I. not the answer TEACHERS FUND or convent by noticing the Veteran
present. to the problem and if adopted MADE ON DEC. 15TH Administration.
John contends that our state primary would only serve to aggravate the
laws permit the registration of .i t ua tl on. CARD OF THANKSI AMBULANCE
Negroes as Democrats and that in a Tallahassee, Dec. 11.-The fifth SERVICEI
number of counties, the Negro vote installment of 10 payments from the want to say In word a. I can't
would constitute the balance of pow. GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK Stat Teacher Salary Fund to the get around to all my friend to tell A
er. Further, h* hold that Negroes HIGHER JOYS county was made this week. them In person how much I appreciate -
have the full right to vote in general According to figures released their kindness and thoughtful
election and that they should be Joy li an elation of spirit-of a his week by Superintendent of ness while my husband wa sick and Pahokee Phone 2301 Belle Glade Phone 247
sustained in that right; but they spirit which trust In the goodness Public Instruction Colin English total also when h* passed away.
should not be Permited to participatein and truth of its own possessions. payment to the 67 counties this My kindness thought and remembrance
Democratic primaries.The Seneca month 11 11,782,912.89. to you all. f
Negro voters have It In their Okeechobee county will receive MRS. SADIE MITCHELL
power, he points out, particularly in Be faithful over home relation; 14,10040, of which 3202.81 I* for I
Duval county which has a large per. they lead to higher joys obey the instructional salaries and 987.49 for
centage of them, "nam the nominee Golden Rule for human life, and it raniportatlon.
of the Democratic party and if the will spare you much bitterness.
white voter are pledged to vote for -Mary Baker Eddy MONEY, TOYS, FOOD

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'r.l ! 1 I 1-r'M""M"'M'"t"j .::tt"I': :: M I I I I !TT.n.nGiuistmas : : I SUPT. MARCUS FAGG


: Five great big families of utterly Your Bank Has Grown
homeless, hslpless orphan and needy
little Florida children, under the care
of "Florida' Greatest Charity The

Children' Horn Society of Florida, ...
are pleading in all earnestness, to be
remembered on Christmas morning .
These little pathetic youngstersare
hoping for at teait one toy or

doll-on* little sack of candy and On November 30, 1943 Deposits were_.................. $ 298078.87;
nuts-and a real Christmas dinner-
and many who cam under the care

Is the time when all people ot the home society in rags and tat And Total,Resources were_.. ...._;............_ .. : :.. :.. $ 339,125.56
ers-with no shoes-art praying -
that Santa Claus will provide a new "'"'-

should be well dressed. dress or suit, new shoes, and badly On November 30, 1946 Deposits were.._............._ $1,295,098.01
needed sweaters, rain coats, ties, ,. .
f. stockings, etc. ..
In making your plans for Christ Marcus C. "Dadd," Fagg, state And Total Resources were..___.._---r_.. $1,372,866.56
muperlntendent of the home society ..r
mas do not overlook one of the for the past 36 years, Is pleading for
gifts of money, toys, goodies, food y: .
most important items of the and children' wearable. The great
tate-wide, non sectarian work being
Xmas season, that is having your supported entirely by voluntary gift, This substantial growth isdue, to the unfailing. I
no support being received from either
clothes properly cleaned and the state or federal government. loyalty and cooperation of the people of Okee- I
Conitributora of money should be ... , "
aent to R. V. Covington, treasurer, chobee County, As your bank
pressed 403 Consolidated building, Jackson grows, so grows

vijl. Other donation should b* the We
community. appreciate
hipped to one of the societies five your support
WE GIVE PROMPT SERVICE' receiving home In Jacksonville, Miami
Lakeland or Fensacola.
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Over 1400 Florida children from
,wee babies up to 16 year of age
have already received the aid, ear
and study 'of the home society this
year, new children In need being reported Okeechobee County BankMember
daily, from all parts of the
MODERN DRY GLEANERS state, of every creed and belief. Over Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
fifty-two thousand orphan and home.
PHONE 95 less children have been aided by the Phone 15 Okeechobee Fla.S.
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society during the past 44 years _

Okeechobee, Fla. Here tha p.per'to la a chance render for every a truly reader great of H. McDougald, Vice President R. G, Dynes, 'Cashier

Christmas service.

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FRIDAY DECEMBER, iM THE" OKEECHOBXB NEWS

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New Faces TWO NEW COLLEGE 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
Many Blind VA Therapist FOR OKKKCHOBER: COUNTY FLOR
PROGRAMS BY THE IDA. IN CHANCERY

Seen At Capitol NAVY ANNOUNCEDThe I. MARIE THOMPSON.PLAINTIFF. IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
i SAMUEL, D. THOMPSON DEFENDANT

) navy department has announced RILL NOTICE FOR TO DIVORCE APPEAR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE
Tuesday ChangesThere the opening of two new college TO) Samuel D. Thompson,
programs designated for applicantsfor AddresH. Unknown. SWiRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
t the Mine and Aviation branchesof You are hereby required 0\0 file yourappearance
with the clerk the above AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY '
naval service. These program are styled court on or before the Rule Day
are a lot of familiar faces the Naval Reserve Officers Training In January A. D. 194T. the same being
in new places around the Florida Corps and the Naval Aviation College of the clUllpl.rnt of flied Bald month, to the bill
herein: otherwise -Okeechobee
State capital following a shufflingof .. ssit program: Competitive nation-wide the alienations of tall bill of complaint Abstract CompanyJ.
major positions early list weekon examinations will be held throughout rill brle taken as confessed by you.
the supreme court, In the cover- the United States on January 18, week for order four to consecutive be publshed weeks once, commencing a L. BARBER, Manager .
nor'i office, the budget commission 1947, and those applicants accepted November 2tth 11)48. In theOkeecbobee
and the board of commissioners of s will be sent to colleges of their News, a newspaper published 1lHIlIIlIIlII'IIImIjt)
z CountFlorida.
la Okeecbobee.
state Institutions choice.
Dated at Okeechobee Florida, this
Thus the date December l"took Students selected for NROTC may the 27th day of November, 1046. :: .rattr.tt.n.t.t..t.l.t..1..J.lIJ..u..u..uc: : : :: : ;: :
<, choose a college having an NROTC (SEAL) .
much of the
play away from the traditional \ MABLE P.
RATJLEBSON
first Tuesday after the first : unit and will attend for a period of Clerk Circuit Conn Okeechobee -
Monday In January, when job '?; :)",:r four years after which they will ao.' County, Florida,
.', I apt eftnululoni la the Navy or BrwSiVrV W, Bauletson, D. C
changes customarily take{ plane In 0. e.
Florida government.John 'iof.. !.. # Marina Corps Attorney rot ;PUlntff.OKBBCBOBBB'CC&INTY..
Aviation student will f o to oolltft TABLE DRESSED
T, Wlfflnton started the pi- f for two yean, enter flight training 0
ride of job changes when be resign FLORIDA
'''t and, after serving a at a sera-
November
ed .. executive taorltary to Governor ,; ,. missioned I officer, Il'bo eligible toreturn NOTICE II HEREBY 18 Me GIVEN that
Caldwell to re-enter private law rtf.;.; to college for en additionaltwo parsu.nt to Section a of Chaptar
practice. He will be succeeded by ....:t.t:.._. < of academic training 1829ft, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1MT,
,......:.."'..".... yeara known .. the MURPHY ACT. end lapursuance
Ed Straughn who has been on the Students will receive tuition, boob of ,
Chapter 20608. Laws of
governor's secretarial staff for the 2'nded by a premature dynamite blast and laboratory fees as well as fifty Florida. Acts of 1041. known aa the
entire administration. :"s! In training with the Army Corpse dollars month while enrolled in EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DMTRICT TURKEY
per
1ngineers, Raymond T, Fray, 29year'j ACT. the following Then, Justice Armstead Brown, n'earold Pennsylvanian, recently) climaxed school. land situated In Everglades: Drainage
Interested applicants may secure District. In Okeechobee County, FlorIda '
member of the
) supreme se years of successful adjustment to .
will be offered for sale
at
Information through theft local high public
courteslgned from the bench a iccial and occupational p srsults. outcry for the hlgheet and best essh
month ahead of his scheduled retire- Aided by the Veterans Admlnlitratlon's schools, colleges and Naval Officer bid. subject to the right of the Trustees '
ment. Governor Caldwell appointed rehabilitation program, Frey was traduslod Procurement offices. of the Internal Improvement
Circuit Judge Paul D. Barnes of MI- : from the University of Penmylva- December 17, 1946, is the deadlinefor Fund and of of Everglades the Board Drainage of Commissioners -
ami who elected Nov. 6 to iris School at a physical applications which are obtainable trict to Dis
was succeed I hCI'af1e: reject any and all bid., at the '
Justice Brown on January T. therapy Is shown. above at high schools, colleges Naval Reserve Conrthonae. beginning at 10:00: -tC
"**?!'. In3 pads<: for treatment for vaicv armories, Naval Officer Pro- o'cluck A. M, on the 16th day of December -
The newly created job of execu- Irr e >.!rvctlc. to a patient's knee In. a 'curement offices and Navy Recruiting 1046 As to all parcels of land
of ten acres or more, title to one-half
tive direct to coordinate VA '
wprk- offices.' These must be submitted of petroleum and three-foorthe of :,
I men's compensation, unemployment to the Naval Examining section, other- minerals will be reserved by I .
compensation and the employment 'college entrance examination board, Trustees of the Internal Improvement : Order CHRISTMAS TURKEY
Fend your
service of the IndutrtalCommission GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOKThe Basements tar road right 0' now
P.O. Box 709, Princeton, New Jersey war 200 feet wide will be Keened by
went to Ralph Davis, a governmental by that time.Church. *"IidiTIS'ee'i.from any parcel through : so that you will be sure to have them.
veteran. The,,poaitlon., Pavls leaves I ) I. an eslstlnff iitat road!
: ) joy and easement for drainage and ,
aa unemployment compensation director most profound has more I
goes to young William U. of gravity than of gaiety'In It.Montlline. I CalendarCHURCH reclamation he reserved and for bT road the Board purposeswill of : We will have a large supply of Chfckens, .
Norwood, Jr., whose name was taken Commhllooerl of E.erer1ad.1 Draln-
from the merit system register\ m OF TilE BRETHREN ago DJatrlct. Description : Pork Sausage, Beef and Veal. '.

In another coordination move, the Parrott Avenue Lots 3to: Sil Inc. Blk /IJA. Sec
state cabinet board of commissioners Tranquil pleasures] last the longest; A New Okeerhnbep Heights : Our t
; in
prices line with the' of
are
of state institutions put Terry C. Lee, we are not fitted to bear. long the Rev. H. P. garner, Pastor Ok..bohe@Lots 1. B it 0, Blk. Ion, City of quality

38 year old budget director, at the burden of great joys -Bovee Vernon Wright, Supt. Sunday School Lots 48 to R2 Inc. Blk. 35 See C meat you BUY. ;
top of the sprawling organization of New Okoechnhe height!
state custodian and penal Institu Sunday services: Iota 1. 2. 7 8, Blk. Sit, First
tions. The poet's line, "Order is heaven's Church school, 10 a. m. Add. to South Oheecbnbce.

As Lee moves Into the new job, first law," la so eternally true, so Preaching service, 11 a.m. TRUSTEES IMPROVEMENT Or TiE INTERNAL FUND. M3 P **S#$ 00< Homer Graham will step Into his position axiomatic: that I It has become; -a Preaching service, 7 p.m. OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
as budget director, Grahamwas Young People meeting Monday IDA. ,
a key adviser of the late Comp- truism; and its wisdom Is as obvl- BOARD OF .
COMMISSIONERS
evenings, 7
troller J. M. Lee and retained his in astronomy or mathematics p.m. OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. i
status under Comptroller Clarence M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings AGE DISTRICT I
Cay. j -Mary Baker Eddy 7 o'clock. By MABEL P. RAULERSON Agent
0. L. RAULERSON'SMARKET
for Trustees
Sunday, Dec. 22 will be Christmas Improvement of Fund the Internal and
Sunday and the children will Present for Board of Commissioners
a program in the morning Duringthe ef Everglades Drainage DIs.trick .
evening worship service the Florda Okeecbobee County, '
young people will\ have charge of the
service and give the.Christmas story '

Okeechobee In readings and longs.METHODIST Starts Honet irTo second* J'

CHURCH from All 6 u.ual.t PHONE 10OKEECHOBEE '

Rev. W. R. Howell, Pastor Va $

\ Armature Shop Clifford Boyles, Supt. Sunday School M's FLA.
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Sunday ""IcellSunday 1 o4TARLITS COLD'.I'AlA 01 'Je

school, 10 a.m.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS SAppliances Preaching service, 11 a.m. ,,Iga.a.se-- .. ..J.o...... [ I I I I............... ..............1.J..I..l..t:1:1: : J.J..J..J.: I I I I . , . , I'

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I Preaching service, 7:30.
-:- Ranges-:- Motors, Etc. f Preayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:00


House Wiring, Factory, Power ( p.m.Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:45 4

and Saturday 7 p.m.
Estimates Given
Cheerfully '
Communion service, first Sundsy
In month. Christmas Gifts

ALL WORK GUARANTEED On Thursday evening, Dec. 19th
the Sunday school department will
have the Christmas tree and accompanying -

PHONE 155 Everyone program Is invited.On for. the kiddles. For In the

Sunday evening Dec. 22 the Everyone
Markham Building : choir will present the cantata
"Christmas Bells."
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BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev C. H. Eiland, Pastor FamilyEasy -

0. L. Raulerson, Supt.: Sunday School

Sunday services)

Church school, 10 a.m.
Arrival Dec. G .
Preaching service, 11 a.m.

No.1GLADIOLI Training Union, $:30 p.m.Preacblnl' Chairs.I I Chenille Bed Spreads

service, 7:30: p.m. ......
BULBSFrom Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening -

7:30 p.m.Prepraations : '
Disease Free Fields of Minnesota and are under way for the Lamps Rainbow Glasses
.
Christmas cantata to be presentedDec. ..
Wisconsin PRICE 7/ Cents Each -- .
22. The hour of this programhas
not been decided but .
announcement I
Rose Bushes of same will be made at a Rugs : Piet u ress

d Pink Radiance _._.___.__.66c each later date. -

Red Radiance ..________..._.__.:65c each PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

No. 1-2 year old Stock W. H. Harden, Pastor I

For Delivery First Week In December Services every fourth Sunday.

_. I FOR THE KIDS
CHURCH OF GOD

: Burgess Supply Co: Rev. William Lyles, Pastor

Sunday school, 10 a.m. Skates Blackboards

Preaching service, 11 ..m. and 7:15: #

p.m. each Sunday.
Young peoples' service Thursday Games Seaaws'D

evening, _1 IllS p.m.CLASSIFIED. ,
Gar den S t
.. e s
k"> 0 .+:oox+)+ II
o Carriages

i'I Staney's ADSFOR I Climbing| Woodpeckers

Dart Boards '
I oo o ooooo ooo o : o oo ".... Doll Strollers

SALE
RADIO AND APPLIANCE
FOR SALE-Five acre. in Woodland .
:
Park subdivision; also, ten acres In
SERVICEALL Eagle Bay section. For Informationwrite Ett tz t::

Rachel F. Crosier, 844 Hampton -

Road, West Palm Beach, Fla.

WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS FOR SALE-House and nine acres

of land. Runs from Hancock Avenueto
Kelz Co.
Taylor'a Creek. J. H. (Chalk) Burney -

New Radios Available Now Ward.

Formerly Denmark's
Electric and Battery WANTED

PHONE J. E. CONE MGR.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY-A 115 ,
LOCATED IN small house> with acreages. Call 80.

I NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. WANTED-Genuine rough lemons, on

tree or by bushel. Gary Vltl, Cler-
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r o?., 'WITH many so report many concerning rumors and salaries so WNU Ce.npendadWN

ranging from $1,000 to $12,000
for college football players, one begins (/ Waahisgtos Bur...
" to wonder r T h F late IT. St., H. W ILTtL' '

: what can be done Rural Areas Most AffectedBy /' / /' I
, about it. / / /
fin It has been Impossible y : Shortage of Teachers

to get any r,
r set facts, since le T> ED" SKELTON, 'radio comedian 4j
; alumni and outside as *_* recently remarked that
Interests are largely be now knows that the reason his
responsible for grade school teacher' looked that

:. most of the deals way was because she was just hiuvfry.
and arrangements, '" While this may not be literallytrue

r' and all you run into l the recent report of Carnegie
is quick and often Foundation for the Advancement of t.' es

bitter denials. But a Grantland Rice Teaching bears out the statement-of f / ;t4 K i:
good part of the sal the radio entertainer in that It :

ary scandal is undoubtedly true. i describes the school teachers of the

We put the problem up to one of : country as generally "the forgot I .'
the ablest and best college presidents ten" people whose ability to carryon

who also has been badly worried II irrespective of work load, llv-
over the situation. ing costs and other worrisome
'I "In the first place," he said, factors 'is taken for granted. 1/
"those controlling the rules of college
The report asserts tone
amateurism no athlete can
say
of the serious defects In the
be paid. But in permitting scholarships t'
public education system Is the /
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they violate their own rules, /
apparent country-wide neglect
since scholarships are worth from
of "the central figure In the 13.. iYS
$300 to 1000.
educational
procellthe teacher. -
"I believe that a football playerIs ."

entitled to a scholarship I also Here's an Easy-to-Serve DinnerSee /
believe he Is entitled to a job that ( recipes below) There Is no denying that the serious
will help to pay his expenses I shortage of school teachers In .
also believe that It Is Important betake Simple Dinners the nation today is hampering and j /j s. 8086
a standard educational course, LYNN CHAMBER'S MENU lowering educational standards In t 1 34 -

and not some easy course set up While talking to a young bride our public school system. AccordIng -
for football players. The main Idea recently, she expressed a desire to Pot Roast of Beef to Dr Frank Hubbard, directorof Warm Nightie .

Is to get an education, to keep up learn how to entertain nicely, but with Spiced Prunes research of National Educational 8062 YOU'LL be as warm as toast la
In class work. Adding two and a Imply, because, as she expressedIt Browned Potatoes association In Washington, there Ill t 34-50 yoked nightdress

half hours of practice and play to "I don't know .o\" / Glazed Carrots was a shortage of approximately that's so popular this season. Usea
the daily college schedule should entitle much about cook- 'to" dj Green Bean-Celery Salad 109,000 qualified school teachers pretty flowered flannelette and
the player to a scholarship reward InS but I do so ;"f"' Muffins last year and the shortage for the edge the neck with narrow ruffling

I think this reward should want things to Coconut Custard Pie Beverage ensuing year will be approximately or lace. Short sleeves are provided

be officially recognized. taste and look f the same number. Button-Front Frock and you can tie with a belt if

"I am completely against any wonderful." sired, around the lamb chops before This shortage Is revealed by the charming casual frock has you like. '
other form of pay for play. If a Well, that's a serving. number of emergency certificates THIS smooth uncluttered air No 8088 comes In sizes 34, 30.
football player is paid as much as problem all of us ,A, I There you have meat potatoes for teaching which have been grant 38err2 44, 48 and 48. Size. 38. long
woman admires. Buttons to sleeves, B'i yards of 35 or 39 Inch fabric
$19 a month for expenses you have night give some If \" and vegetable on one platter I ed. Such temporary paper means every the hem with neat set-in belt and 1 yard machine made ruffling ;
not only professionalism but the thought to, every Makes for easy serving, doesn't it? that the bearer Is not qualified for
opening wedge to a professional scandal now and then. It's a good idea to I The salad is exceedingly simple a regular certificate, measured by crisp yoke treatment. Try a soft SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
I woolen in jewel tones or a colorful {30 South Wells St. Chicago 7, HI.
The $15 will lead to $30, that
soon have menus aU filed away the standards of the
some state.
to arrange and goes well with the Enclose: 25 cents In coins for each
then to $500 and then to much more being successful : plaid.
we can rely on as
desired.
hearty main dish. It be pattern
prepared
may la for sizes 34, 38, 38,
Pattern No. 8062
This must be stopped. of being Shift of "'
both from the standpoint Population Pattern No 'Ia_
ahead of time on individual 40, 42, 44, 48, 48 and 60. Size 38, short
good to eat and looking attrac sleeve 44k yards of 36.Inch fabric.
plates and placed in the refrlgeraor. Shortages of school teachers are Nam-
Difficult to Control"Don't tive. Arrange three spears of canned, worst in those states where influx of Addre'

you think," I asked, "that In case you're in a sort of a rut chilled asparagus on lettuce leaves. wartime population and extremely Octobass 13 Feet
college presidents should be responsible about entertaining because of the Lay sliced cucumbers on each side high birth rates have brought about High, -
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for the enforcement of amateur past several year's food difficulties, and pour french or thousand island tremendous population increases Failure Because of Size
football They must or should take yourself in hand and look over dressing across the center of the According to Dr. Hubbard, this migration This Home-Mixed
know what is I'm all for of The octobass, a three-stringed:
going on. I our suggestions today. asparagus.If population has moved
"Where so many financial arrangements simplicity in entertaining, especially you want to serve attractive toward the "rim" of the country to musical instrument invented in Cough Relief Is
are made by alumni and If cooking and serving doesn't and dainty biscuits with the dinner, the west and east coasts, to Louisiana Paris in 1849, was 13 feet in height _

other outside parties away from the come to one as easily as it seemsto lere's an, idea. Use a recipe for and the Great Lakes regions, and thus required its player to Hard To, BeatSo
campus, how can the college president others. In that case, plan a simple baking powder biscuit dough or get and hence the school teacher shortage stand on a box to bow it and press Easy. No Cook in' Saves Dollars.

know?" he asked. "But he at menu, but carry it out well one of ,the good packaged mixes. is worse in these sections, par its strings moved with artificial fingers No matter what you've been using
least can be held responsible for see and you'll really get bouquets to go Boll the dough out to V4-inch thick. ticularly in California. California which he by levers, says for coughs due to colds, you'll be the)
ing that his players are bona fide with it.Before. Spread with melted tiutter! sprinkle educators declare they need 4,000 Collier's.Owing. first to admit that this surprising; 4.
students who attend classes new teachers each for the to its unwieldiness, this relief, mixed In your own kitchen 1*
proper and next
company comes, even with cinnamon and nutmeg. Roll as year hard to beat, for real' re ults. ,
and keep up In their work. If we before you start getting the dinner for jelly roll. Cut off one-inch pieces 10 years to meet their educationalneeds. giant instrument was a failure I Woke a syrup by stirring X cups of'
are given proper rules and regulations Itself, have the house, linens, tableware and place them, cut side down, In a . I and only four were made, three of granulated sugar and 1 cup of water I
to enforce we are in much in which are preserved today in museums a few momenta, until dissolved. No>
and cooking equipment order baking pan. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes Dr. Hubbard declares the causes
better shape to meet the situation this is out of in hot (400 ) underlying this in Vienna, Paris and Lon cooking Is needed-a child could do it.
Once big worry a degree oven. shortage in qualified I Or you can use corn syrup or liquid!
which undoubtedly is getting out of mind, then you can concentrate on Serve with jelly or jam, if you teachers are cumulative over I don. honey, Instead of sugar syrup.
hand In many places." the cooking itself. Do everythingyou wish, or with just plain butter. the years and conditions are worse I Then put 2H ounces of Pines (obtained
I have seen ads in leading news possibly can ahead of time, so A cake is really a simple dessert In small towns and rural areas than bottle from any druggist) Into a pint
I and fill with
Buy wisely for this Christmas up your syrup.
papers asking for college alumni to too much won't be left for the last to have with In the larger cities This gives you a full pint of really
. buy practical useful
that
gifts
subscribe to football funds. ,
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minute. this type of dinner Teachers migrate from splendid cough relief-about four
One coach told me that with only it the smaller are sure to please. For example, times. much for your money. Tastes)
because
$50,000 on band he had no chanceto Make out a schedule of when -' ",..' schools and smaller communitiesto local dealers are featuring two fine-children love It. It never spoils.
compete with! other teams which things should go In the oven or when eliminate last ? <'=::S larger schools and larger communities I timely items you can give to the You can feel this horn mixture
they should be put on the range. Be minute fluster. : drawn by more attractive I smokers on Christmas list- taking right hold of a cough It
had a fund of $100,000 to back them. I ''t your loosens the phlegm, soothes the Irritated
There are many ways this fund sure this is worked out in advanceso Prepare the cake !(e salaries and better living conditions I Camel Cigarettes and Prince Albert membranes, and helps clear the
won't be worried that things the day before and more economic 1
can be used. Either directly with you opportuni Smoking Tobacco These popular I air pasnages Eases soreness and
the player or with the will not all be ready at the same and frost before ties. And so rural schools, draw. I brands are all dressed up in difficult breathing, and lets you sleep.
player's father. time. Beginning to cook dinner. ing upon unqualified teachers to fill special holiday suits ready to'' Pines Is a special compound of
I know of one case, given to proven ingredients, in concentrated
me by responsible parties, where a I'm going to give simple but festive Grange Flower Cake. the gaps, have considerably low. give. Camel, comes in a handsome I form a most reliable soothing agent
certain father was paid as much as recipes today because they will 1'i cups sifted cake flour er standards today than in prewar ten-package carton con for throat and bronchial irritations
$5,000 to see that his footballplayingson be easy for the novice to prepare, 154 teaspoons baking powder years. tains 200 mild, mellow cigarettes.And Just try It, and If not satisfied, -your
naturally a good one, attendeda I but Just wait until you see how they K teaspoon salt for the pipe-smoker, mellow money will be refunded.
designated college Needing the look on the table. UMMMMMMI 1 teaspoon grated orange rind Higher Pay, Afore Prestige Prince Albert is available in gay,

$5,000 badly, the father made the I Start off with a minted fruit juice, M cup shortening Immediate and necessary remedies colorful one-pound tins. All are so
proper arrangements, and there II'I' as this Is refreshing and will 1 cup sugar to cure the shortage and to attractively packaged that no ad. STOP FALLING HAIR
almost no chance that he will talk i not take cooking 2 eggs, unbeaten prevent a further breakdown in educational ditional wrapping is necessary.
about it. Chill citrus fruit H cup orange juice standards, according to Dr Even space is provided for the Why be bald when this old Hawaiian
It is I Hubbard. include: giver's "Merry Christmas" mes Home Remedy is guaranteed ormoney
a deal bard to uncover or Juice before serving Sift flour, baking powder and salt sage. It will take only a few min- back Nothing more to buy
to expose. The South admits certain pineappleand together Add orange rind to short 1. Immediate steps to make utes of your time to pick up these Send$1.00 to-
financial arrangements, charg- orange Juice ening and cream together thorough- salaries attractive enough to popular Christmas items at HAWAIIAN REMEDIES, Dept A
ing that other sections are equally Is a good com pt-, lr. Add sugar to shortening and prevent further losses of competent nearest dealer.=; Adv your 500 785, CNA-3 "...Iulu.T.H.IptteTERiPAIN .
guilty, but keep their deeds bination and 'I is
covered cream until fluffy. Add eggs, one ata teachers. This coming
up. Charges and countercharges pour into dainty t\ .-.;,",-.", time, beating thoroughly after gradually with about a 30 percent
are being thrown back and glasses. Add a each addition. Add sifted dry Ingredients Increase In school teach
forth with increasing venom. few crushed mint leave to each alternately with orange era' salaries since 19411

glass. Serve.Everyone juice, in small amounts, beating 2. Make salaries decent WRENCHES YOU WITH
Sectional StrifeOne is bound to like lamb thoroughly after each addition. Pour enough to attract young people

of the main reasons the Big chops and here's a grand way to into greased cake pans and bake In Into the teaching profession and
Nine has voted to play In the Rose prepare those chops so they look a moderate (350 degree) oven for 30 to prevent them from going Into

Bowl game is to keep that $100,000 like a roast: minutes. This recipe will make two other lines of work. to earn a de- h
fund from going to southern teams, Mock Crown Roast of Lamb. 8-inch layers. cent living

where, as I was told, "they take (Serves 6)) This cake may be frosted with 3. Streamlining of teacher

this money and then raid the North 6 trenched lamb chops a fluffy boiled icing and sprinkled I educational Institutions to make
and East. We'll stop that. Also, Melted butter or substituteSalt with orange rind or garnished life and study In these Institutions
we are against teams from the West and pepper with orange segments. Whipped more attractive to students I>

and North playing southern team" Have the butcher french the lamb cream, If available, may also be ;
Till would mean that the South chops Place them under mod used. Or, if you prefer, an orange- 4. A program of recruitment
would have to depend on the Cotton erate broiler heat and broil 8 to 10 flavored butter cream icing may be In high schools and'colleres to
Bowl (possibly), the Sugar Bowl used with orange segments arranged prove to newcomers there are
minutes each side until
on they are
and the Orange Bowl, where only bn top. real opportunities In the teach-
j
well browned. Baste with melted
the Sugar Bowl ing profession;
can approach the
as with Orange Frosting. :
Rose Bowl reward. butter they' brown. Sprinkle 5. A broad and long-range ;
salt and Just before removing
pepper 1 scant cup sugar
The best solution seems to be the program of raising the general
Ivy league which In the main from the broiler. H teaspoon salt prestige of the teaching profession
Just before serving, pile a moundof Pinch of cream of tartar **
particularly In the
plays only In Its own circuit.. Yet matter :
here, too. close observation reveals fluffy mashed potatoes In the 1 egg white of publio thinking toward school
center of a platter. Stand the lamb 3 tablespoons orange and lemon teachers. u.-
certain mutterings
chops around the mound of potatoes mixed j/ % }
Juice, ;
The Big Nine and the Southwest 8. Eliminate many subordinate t x 0"V.3a '
as illustrated, patting them Beat all in {:
build most of their schedules among ingredients together problems such as housing, ..i>
themselves So does the Far West well into the potatoes so they don'tfaU top of double boiler until It stands poor school construction, Inadequate .zt ,)J

The South doesn't ge away from Its down.around Arrange the cooked slivered for the In peaks. Use on top and in between school equipment and Rub in Ben-Gay for welcome, fast relief from stiff. i <
carrots
borders too often. platter layers of cake. facilities and oversize classes neck Gentle
contains
pain. soothing Ben-Gay up to <
vegetables. Place paper frills, If de.
As one leading southern coach told Reissued by Weston Newspaper Union. The teacher shortage in rural 2 Va times more of those famous pain-relieving agents IF:

me: "The trouble with the South Is schools is alarming to educatorsand known to all doctors-methyl salicylate and menthol t,
that we spend most of our time attacking LYNN SAYS: Lettuce Rolls: Use fresh, crisp an attempt was made during -than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist on
one another. We know other Suggestions for hors D'Oeuvresi lettuce leaves which ,have been the 79th congress to provide for genuine Ben-Gay, the original Baume Analg'sique.

sections are equally vulnerable, When you're entertaining, makeup .washed and dried carefully. Spread federal appropriations to assist local It acts fast where you hurt.

equally at fault. But the pressure a plate of simple appetizers to with any softened cheese, well communities to provide better' sal AIM for Pals due to RHEUMATISM MUSCLE ACHE, and COLDS.
is so heavy to win in the South that serve with chilled fruit or vegetable seasoned and roll for serving.' aries The measure failed passage Ask for Mild Beo-Csy for Cblldres.BenGay.

we lose most of our judgment Juice, and let your company get Intoa Apple Wedges: Cut firm, red ap- however, largely due to opposition
Someone is always accusing some chatty, Informal mood for dinner, ple wedges Into Vi-lnch-thlck slices, to "federal control" which
neighboring coach or college. We Anchovy-Bacon Rolls: Lay Sat but do not pare. Cut each slice into might follow use of federal money.
are far from being simon pure, but strip of anchovy along a slice of three wedges and dip in pineapple City schools are feeling the shortage -
what section is? For my part. I'd bacon. Roll tightly, jelly-roll fashion; or orange juice. Spread with softened only In specialized lines and enrollment
In
much rather get back to playing and fasten with toothpick. Broil cream or Roquefort cheese city schools likely will
be smaller the
with students who come to us of until bacon 1* crisp. Remove the and garnish with cheese forced coming year with
their own accord It would make toothpick and Insert a fresh one, and through a tube. Serve with tooth population moving to the suburbsand
rural ar as.
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To, obtain three Animal Pottiolden.
(Pattern No. 5280) actual size (or embroidering .
r color chart tend 20 cents In
coin, your name, address and pattern
number
Send your order to:

SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
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Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.
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4: Y ftYI o For Your Cough

CreomuMon relieves promptly because -
It goes right to the seat of the
/ ) : "Today's chapter Is packed with trouble. Two membersof l trouble* to help.du.oose.sdn expel
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the cast haven't shown up, the leading lady has a to perm laden
soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
"I think you'd better let ME umbrella ore throat, and the sponsor Is threatening I' bronchial mucous mem-
carry the to,fire everybody! branes.Tell your druggist to sell yon
5280G a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding -
you must like the W&11'
NANCY By Ernie BiuhmillerV quickly allays the cough or you are
r"tr to have your money back.CREOMULSION. .
SLUGGO.SAYS OH,
NO GIRLS ARE IS THAT .
ALLOWED TO SO ? I I II 'for Cou&bs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
JOIN HIS NEW
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USE To help remove unjlchtlrflakea
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( '. little animal head potholders. Embroider fug l In
y uos YOU'RE IN MOItOLIMl MIR TONIC
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Palace of the MaharajaThe Country Hams

u Ask If the Ham.
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Maharaja of Mysore, India, 1ITIkI have been protected
MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher to make his fabulous palace ap- COMFD from Skippersbr

pear as spectacular at night as CHAMBERS'ANTISKIPPER
during the day,has its exterior out- '
JEFF THIS NAYS! IT NOW DON T TELL MEI WHERE OVE 'tHEREE lined with 130,000 electric lights COMPOUNDN.
PORTION IS A ONLYLoogS YESTERDAY YOU SERVED WERE BY THAT THAT WAS FOR which are set eight inches apart
LOT SMALLER SMALLER? METWICEASMUCH 'lot) a WINDOW! ADVEPURPOSES and which if placed in a straightline J. BODDICTb
THAN THE ONE ENLARGED ST6AKgNDpaTATOES! SITTING. b t. pH! ? would cover a distance of 16 Bo.4.3 Man Inwrtac.. .N.UMDurbun C.
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,/REGINALD, WHEN I WAS YOUR ( ,4
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V ,\ THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS a FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1946 "
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............................ .......... John 0. Jackson, well known Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.' Nathan Zelmenovltt NOTICE UNDER LAW'FITITIOtrs NAMB.
attorney was a visitor spendIng were,visitor spending last Friday In TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
the ,week end In Okeechobee. Miami. Notre is hereby given that the underlined .
Local and Personal pumulint to the "Hetltuoiu
Nome RUtutn.' House Bill :No, 1170fliRptrr ,
Mrs W. J. V. ,
and Mrs F
Supt. and Mrs Carl Durranca and Hendry 21)1)53 Laws of Florida Acts COMPLETE
r......................... daughter, Judy, and Mr. and Mrs Reeves were visitor spending Wed. of 1041, will register with the lerk of
the Circuit( Court In and for Okeecho-
nesday In West Falrn Beach.
Bible visitors'spendingSaturday ).
Homer were
bee County<< Florida, upon receipt ofproof
Molly Boettger arrived home Monday In West Palm Beach, nf the publication of thin notice,
Christmas, i Representative W. J. Hendry returned the flrHMoun turn, to-wltl OKEECHO,
until after
to'remaln Tuesday afternoon,from Jacksonville BB MOTOR COMPANY, under which FRONT
END
when she,will resume itudle at Rev. C. H. Eiland returned las wo are enquired In business In the City ALIGNMENTWheel
Norton Art school in West Palm Friday night from Pensacola where where he went to attend a of Okwhnbpe Florida,
meeting of the Southern State,Marine Thnt tin
Beach. he went to move his mother and slater parties interested In said
to', Fisheries Association of whichhe iinliiPM enterprise, are a* follows,
-- from that place Okeechobee H. M Meserre '
Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr,, returned to where they will make their future is the chairman. Olniirte Iloloomb .
Dnted at okeerhnhee County, Florida,
her here last Wednesday from home
home POSTPONE MEETINGThe November 27th, 1114n.MAlty .
Fort Ogden where aha spent a week SCHLLMAN,
with her two'daughters, Mrs J. W. Ed Watford, Sr., returned to his .Fine Arts club has postponed Attorney for Okeechobee Balance .-
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Yeoman and Mrs Morris Barnett.Mr. home In Okeechobee last week after its meeting, scheduled for Thursday Motor Company,
Walker made the trip over for Pending a week in Dothan, Ala, and of this week until Wednesday of
her Wednesday morning.IMMEDIATE. Atlanta, Ga. next week. A* per previous arrangemftnti NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Mri J. T, Hanoook will be BELL LAND Brake ServiceGENERAL
thoites at her home In DeBit!') NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Garden, : 20088 P" uant, Laws to of Florida! l I)ilblt': s
I and Section 07, HUT. Laws
I EASTERN STAR REMINDER of Florida. Arts rami. b amended
by Section 11, Chapter 20658, Laws ol
DELIVERY Member of the) Eastern Star ITS Florida, Act of 1941. and also pn,.
again reminded of the annual Christ slant to Section 12. Chapter 20722.
ma party to be held In the Masonic Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941, al AUTO
amended
bv ,
Hertinn 19 Chapter 22079,
I II hall next Tuesday Dec. 17, followinga Laws of Florida, Acts of 1943 and
\ short business ....Ion. The mem Section 44. Chapter 20722, Laws of
ben and their families are urged to Section. Acts of 1041, us amended bv
I 4 Cycle Gas Power'LawnMowers, I Ii attend,_ lest they miss a treat. A dvecrlhed tf't: 21 Acts, Chapter In 11.20lg8 Laws of : .
varied program of entertainment has oawltVa 1OkeechobeeuCountj I
i Lawn Mowers been and time Is !Florida I
Electric Power arranged a jolly ; REPAIRSCOMPLETE
Lots T to 16 Inc, Blk 3, City of
around the Christmas I
anticipated
I i Okeechobee, ,
Lawn Mowers tree, when gift are exchanged. I,ots 2. 3, 4 and 7 to 12 nik. 105
I Regular Bring a gift for each one you bring City of Okeecbobee,
lots S to 8 Inc Wlte, 37, First
and in that when Santa arrives,
way Add to ,1, Ok PC htl'ii',
Easy to start-Easy to operate each one present will be remembered, Tots 1 to 6 luc Blk, 13 First
As I Is customary refreshments will be Add. to 8. Okeechobee,
served to top off the evening lots 3 to 6 Inc and fl to 12 Inc
Blk, 39, First Add to S, Okeecho
bee BODY AND PAINT
HUMPHRIES TIRlUPPllnNCE CO. FARMERS MUST FILE will be offered for sale at ptiollc outcry .
for the highest and bast cub bid
SEED, FERTILIZER iiiuject to the fbboe ,the e Bused Drain-olCninmlmilnnors DEPARTMENTOur

Fort Pierce, Florida age District, nnd/or Hoard of County
RECEIPTS BY JAN. 15 Commissioners: of Okeecbobee County.
Florida, to reject any and all bids. r
at the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00 I
The 1946 coil conservation program clock A. M. on the 10th day of December .
closes December 30 and all conaerva. 1040. Eauement for drainage Service
mf6nlR''>s'7ZCfl lifRl iiXy-XW nrTCff.w.TOir, !;;:! : )!:}! : !!;! !!!!;!); :! and reclamation and road purpose Department is
tlon
with
practices, necessary maps
and seed or fertilizer receipts, must will bo IIOAIIitill'reserved, COMMISSIONERS Equipped to Handle Any Job, Largeor
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY be filed in the county agent' office 01" .VF.1I0I.AIJ1 DRAINAGE -

: ,u by January 15, 1947, In order to be JMS11UC1anil\ Small, Including Trucks
eligible! for payment. IIOAKU OF COUNTY COMMISSION -

I = = Okeechobee county was allocated! : roi'NiY: !:US ,OP FTOUIIM OIvFIXIIOntH : -

about $23,000 for' soil conservation By UAULERSONItrk
.mW'lIlUlllIIDWIIUIW!mffltmuTOB ..,il1frJlI"I"'I''JlI''I'JtI') '' n I If. purposes in 1946 however, provisions of lt".r Circuit Court oOkeechubee 1
were made whereby all additional County, Florida,
as agent for said Boirds Large Stock Ready-Made
practices carrried out may be paidIn By Connie W, Kaulerson, ,
full or' on a pro rata basis with Deputy Clerk
BURGESS all other farms in the state from reserve
SEAT COVERSOkeechobee
funds that were not allocated

PHILCO directly to the various counties C, -I LOST 52 Lbs.!
,
I R Boyks, county agent, urges you to WIAR SIZE 14 A AIN"
Supply Co. file your reports as early as possible ..*. 0. H. WILL,PT.WORTH
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AUTHORIZED in older that farmers who have Ai rictOT4 HOT>
carried out more practices than the Bon YM m.y Iradwnetful ism ronndl and Ann h '*No a
farm limit permitted ma be tsWat- nrdn. No drat, JN luitlm.
SERVICE ..
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&teoueo. .
FEEDGWINWYBABYCHICKS ed and sent to the state office for ap. Tie awA mad.MAW.l butu].m.>y
allocation additional f*,m.T not dlffenne than youm
proval and. of bit whrnot UV tlw YDS VltamW Motor Co.
lunds. &ndy>1 et Look.t Ohs..m ilu.IDleUolcal .

ULMER EZELL You will be able to sign for the UM eondocttd br
wild doeton Bon tfcu ISOfvtoat
1947 program when you make your Ion 14 to II pouadl
Tues. and fri. incite le fnr wm wits
performance report
'II. AYD ItMtla teady
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RoduclD'%
SALES fQ B SERVICE
With Oils Ardt ttmm *M dm'1-1
Digest Of Recent ew ur .... tareba poutaa, RBB
Uof. t4i( t- ro>01 a7r-,UMo.
e w *ha*
U TIRES
ri.-t.g PUROIL

WISTERIA C'j, S. CORNELIUS Opinions By,The e tslun II 1'ri".JcJJ.J. :- ... etl... "Where Service Is A
Nell:M fall e4 ew....

DRUG SUNDRIESNEWS FOR WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIES
U S Tire GeneralAny Fact"I
Attorney
CANDIES Puroll Product ._ Teat out this Adv M a reminder. .

STATIONERYFOUNTAIN Ford Pan.-
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SERVICE Service person'in Florida may petitionthe .
SEE circuit court for an order to establish 1I.
SUNDRIES his birth, whether he I Is a
'OKEECHOBEEMOTOR citizen or alien, Attorney General J.
Next Door to Pootoffle CO. Tom Watson said the 1945 law pro
viding for getting birth certificates
Phone 136 SALES SERVICEP by petition applies to all persons residing I. Gifts.
O BOX 47. PHONE 44 in the state Had the legislature ,

Intended to make a distinctionhe
,- added, it would have used the
word 'citizen" instead-of "resident"Attorney


General :. Tom Watson for the WhoThFamily

OKEECHOBEELIQUOR Burney Kelz has Florida expressed make doubt it illegal that to the transport laws of

STORE Formerly moonshine whiskey, although possession
of such moonshine Is an offense
Denmark's In an opinion to County Judge J. M
C Only Bar In Town Hearn of Suwannee county, who had
inquired as to whether a man could ;
Complete Horn Outfitter be prosecuted for one or two offenses
PHONE 34 if he was caught with moonshine,
following a chase of several miles In

Seward Swain Phone IIS J. E. Cone, Mgr. which he was transporting it to. The e
attorney general advised him to
prosecute<< only for illegal possession
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Passenger car trailers used to haul GIFTS FOR HER GIFTS FOR HIM GIFTS FOR THE

building materials over state high CHILDRENROBES
ways to construction work In Florida ,
must be registered and carry tags, LEATHER JACKETS
Atlantic Service Sta. George H.,Asbell, motor vehicle commissioner SCOOTERS

Paul D Bobbins Owner East SidePackage has been advised by At. SLIPS ZELAN JACKETS
torney General J. Tom Watson,
Wrecker Service Where a trailer is used to carry materials DRESSES LOAFER COATS DOLLS .
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Store for constructing a tourist
24 Hours a Day
camp, the responsible person Is engaged .
EXIDE BATTERIES in an occupation in Florida, BAGS HATS GAMES

LEE TIRES and so must register his trailer and
GABOILGREASINGTWIN Liquors -* Wince Cordials pay.a license COSTUME JEWELRY GLOVES ERECTOR SETS :


OAKS EAST OKEECHOBEE No peace officer in Florida ha f BILLFOLDS ;
SLIPPERS
All Night CafeOEEECHOBEE the right to deny a person arrested TIE and HDKF SETS I
STATE ROAD NO 8 for a felony the right to legal eoun TIES and SOX
FLA. sel, even though the preliminary investigation PERFUME SETS !

4' has not been completed, HANDKERCHIEFS ROCKY HORSES f
according to an opinion from Attor COATS and SUITS
1! ney General J, Tom Watson to SherI a'e:
TIE SETS
iff J. T. Sheberd of St. Johns county, STUFFED TOYS
The attorney general referred to the BLOUSES
O. K. GARAGE. law which declares that any quail COLLAR SETS t

North ParkPackage & MACHINE SER. fled attorney may visit an arrested SKIRTS CLOTHING
person at his request/and interviewhim I TOILET SETS '
DODGE ft: PLYMOUTH privately and a circuit judge has \

Store Sale .ft Service held this to mean even though the SLACKSVOOL SHIRTS SHOES

S4-h.fjf Wreck SeTrtM arresting officers have not completed ]
their Investigation. Unless the PANTIES FDRTUNE SHOES BELL TOYS :
Liquors Wine. Cordial. I Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.92 or 133 arrested person Is adjudged Insolvent

Dunlop Tire. .ft Tubes he must pay for witnesses he
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Next Door To All, Night summons. 4
Station Gen. Electric Appliance -t-f( ': mf
Stores, Refrigerators Water A school district trustee may not
PHONE 153 Heaters be employed as a teacher In a school

We Serrlee Them All" in his district Attorney General J I'
Tom Watson has informed State 1
School $Superintendent Colin English, RAULERSON
...maesasIf The attorney general pointed out f
that teachers In district schools are

t ALTO WATFORD .ft SONS employed ,upon recommendation of
the trustees, and after hiring them,

you want to Buy or Gulf StationThat the the county trustees school to file board charges would against lookto Gifts for the Whole Store See Our Window ;
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Sell .. Good Golf Ga. district Obviously teachers concluded In the proper attorney eases, Family e p. DISPLAYS

GULF PRIDE OIL general, a trustee could not be placedIn
REAL ESTATE a position where,he could not act ,
EVERGLADESHOTEL In good faith where self interest Is THE CHRISTMAS STORE
Involved and where publio policy forbids Y
such conflict of Interest. tt

See In The Heart Of Town Phone 10 Okeechobee, Florida
dreat joy especially after a sudden
JOE BONGIOVANNI Weekly or Dally Rate change of circumstances, I li apt -
I III All Cabin Art Modern to be silent, and dwell rather In theheart I
than on the tongue. Fielding I 1 edf sm.ee+ /ws.ledstmMr .

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