The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume '32-Number 31 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 20, 1946

Local Churches To CHURCH BRETHREN OF TO THE HOLD Trailer Park To Be ANNUAL EASTERN STAR CHRISTMAS HAVE All Stores and Places of Businesses .' I!

I Li Have Christmas Specla REVIVAL Itvangeliitie SERVICES services\ will Built On N, Parrott PARTY ON TUESDAYThe Will Close Wednesday, County Offices I

!I1t be held In the Church of the Brethren Eastern Star held its annual

Services Sunday beginning through Dee to January 29th and 18. Each continuing Avenue By Royster business Christmas meeting party following on Tuesday a night short Closed From Saturday Till Thursday

---- evening st 7iSO o'clock of this week. I -
I METHODIIT CHURCH Rev, and Mrs. I. D, Laatharman of W. O. Royiter has announced An enjoyable program of music next
lunday School Elgin, Ill, will be with us to direst plant for the Immediate construction was presented In the following I order I HUDSON BURR TO Wednesday of week will b*
10 tin. the raettlngi. Begin now to make and opening of a tourist tamp and Vocal solo-David and GoliathW. OPEN ELECTRIC I Christmas day and everybody In
: Preaching Service, 11 am. Special preparations to attend thus meatingi. .' trailer >park> This li to bt locatedon D. Bothmer I OVetohobee It looking forward to the
music by the choir. Vocal solo- Rev Lsatherman has had bit property on North Parrott Instrumental quartet-Medly of AND RADIO SHOPHudson : day with keen interest All homes
I Y "Cantlque de Noel William D. many years of experience as a pastor avenue and It to be modern in every Christmas musicJohn Ed and place of business hare been
Boehmer. and Is now spending his time in Watford, Bill\ Hendry Bucky properly decorated and everywhere
Burr, of Mr. and Mn
Young Peoples Service, 61 IS p.m. evangelistic meetings You will\ en- way.A committee from the Chamber of Burgestlner and M. 0. Kent. F. F. Burr, has been ion discharged from Christmas trees predominate I
Chrlstmss Cantata, "Christmas joy hearing him. Commerce has been endeavoring to Vocal solo-Sing a Song of Santa ar to be found Christmas trees ,
the United
I States and returnedto
Bells, at 7:30: p.m.Preludechrietma. Watch for the posters and a fuller complete plans for opening Claus-Martha Ann Markham Army The Okeechobee high school will\
a community
horn here He
Medley-M. 0 notice In this week was close this afternoon and will
paper next trailer Baratone horn solo-Christmas remain
I If park being a discharged from Fort Monmouth N.
Kent. H. P. Garner, Pastor closed for two weeks
much needed facility In the growth Carola-Jack Boettger. during the hol
following a fall which Injured his
e Bells of Chrl.tmll-Cholr and duet-
idays. Most of
of Okeechobee and pleased that Vocal trio-Star of the East Dorothy teachers will remain
Anna Jane Evans and Paula Burde. are back. Hudson states that he expecti here
during the two weekswhile
this is being done In a commercialway. Stewart Ernestine Hunt and to open an electrical shop In
.haw. many of them will return to
Awake 0 Zlon.. . .. . . . Choir Nancy Boettger Okeechobee ai loon ai he I 11 able to their former homes and spend Christ I
Make Straight His Pathway-sot f: Mr. Royster states that the new The members had brought their again go back to work. He was engaged mat with their families.
W, D. Boehmer.A park will hive all accommodations, families and a jolly time was had in that line of work beforeenlisting I Most of the,of flees at the courthouse

Son Is Given. ... .. .. .. . .. Choir with wires to be strung in rows around the tree when Santa presented In the army. will close at noon tomorrowand
forming streets to which each I
The Vision of the Shepherds.... car some really' amusing gifts to everyone remain closed until Thursday

.. .. ... . . .. . . .Girls Chorus I can radio attach and other for uses lighting Central, cooking buildIngs present. MRS. J. T. HANCOCK, I morning. However the office of
The Angel Choir Came Winging I To climax this delicious refreshments '' clerk of the Circuit Court will remain
will be added to the MRS.
. ... . .. .. .. .. .Choir and Solo under construction one already were served In the dining hall 'J. BOETTGER open all\ day tomorrow on account .
Ethel Dree.e facilities will be added and central to a large assembly of members and HOSTESSES WED: of the meeting of the Boardof
The Angela Refrain-Duet. .. .. their families Those present were: County Commissioners who will
commissary such supplies as
W. D. Boehmer and T. W. Conely Jr. needed and cannot otherwise be Mr. and Mrs ,W. J. Hendry Mr. The Fine Arta club entertained I meet to pay off 10 that those who
The Love Lighted Star-Solo... easily procured. and Mrs. W. F. Zander, Mrs Martha have money coming from the county
.. .. . . .. .. ...Kathryn Sweatt Lowe, Mrs. John Swain Mr. and Wednesday afternoon by Mrs J. may have its use for Christmas If
T. Hancock
Following the Star. . .. . .. . Choir FIDELIS CLASS HAVE Mrs. Ira Swlndall. Mr. and Mrs Z. K. at the home and of Mrs Mrs Hancock A. J. Boettfter In De- they choose. The clerk's office will\ ;
Sleep 0 Blessed Baby Solo.... Williams and family, Miss Beatrice not be open for business again until
;J ,,. ., .:Rae Boettgor ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Swain Mrs. Pat Contrly Mr. and Berry Gardens I Thursday morning when It will be
Ring O Bella. . ... ... .. . . Choir PARTY LAST FRIDAY Mrs. J. A. Daughtry, Mrs. Kathryn The Christmas program arranged! open at the usual time.
The Christ Story-Duet.. . ... Veal Mrs. Alice Humphrey, Miss by Mrs B. Bartlett was Presentedby I Most of the stores and business I
Ernestine Hunt and Nancy Boettger : I The Fiddle class of the Methodist Ruth Humphrey Jimmy and Willie the children of the members, of' douses will remain open Tuesday
Unto the King Be Glory . . .Choir I I church was entertained by Mrs. Roy Veal, Dr. and Mrs T. T. Coleman, tho club and consisted of the followIng night until the Saturday night closIng -
Benediction .. . .Rev. W, R. Howell\ Draughon on last Friday night when Mrs. Susie Arrhenlus, Mrs. P. P. numbers: hour, 8 o'clock, to give the work. _.
Christmas Greetings reading, by Ing People the chance to do their
I the November and December meetings Evans, Anna Jane Evans, Bucky Burgenstlner
BAPTIST CHURCH Tex King, Nancy Boettger, with Piano pro last minute shopping.The .
I I ; were combined with the annualhrlstmas Nancy Boettjrer;
logue by Ernestine Hunt Okeechobee News office wl1be \
; H. PastorSunday Stewart
REV. C. EILAND party Miss Alice Bass Idell Tomlmson Dorothy
Piano solo-French .Dance-Carol closed all day Wednesday but will
School, 10 a.m. presented the divotional using a Mollie Boettger Laurens Reeves,
Preaching Service 11 a.m. REV I. D. LEATHERMAN Christmas story'for her theme. Paul Evans, W, D. Boehmer Jack /Hancock be open for business ai usual Thursday '
I Piano 'solo-Doll Dance-Dorothy morning at eight o'clock.
Special music by the choir. Prior to the business meeting a Boettger Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Christmas Mes.agei "The Joys sumptuous chicken dinner was served Crum and family Mrs. Bea McDou-
Christmas Brings."-Rev. Elland. BOROMEI BROTHERS on beautifully decorated tables, geld, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves, Baratone Jack Boettger horn solo-Medly of Carol- Sparks Pickle Co.
Evening Service, 7:80: p.m. the entire house being a picture 01 Allan Markham, Tommy and Martha
Christmas Cantata, "Christmas ANNOUNCE OPENING Dollie Kelly, Vocal solo-Son* of Santa Claus
lovllness with Its red candles and Ann Markham Mra. '
Story,' presented by the choir a.. ACCESSORIES STOREIn floral arrangements.The Mrs. J. E. Lorvon Mr. and Mra. F. Duet Martha Ann Markham Anxious To Build
listed by reading. and a sextet of I highlight of the evening came F. Burr Ernestine Hunt John Bryan Christmas Star-Anne Davis
Tonettes. ] with the O. Kent, Mrs. Frances and Tommy Markham
week'-e exchange of gifts since it Watford M.
this of the
Vocal trio-Star
Okee-i of the East-Dorothy
chobee News Boromel Brothers I seems we never reach the age whenwe Collins, Mrs. Esta Page Mrs. Roes Pickle .Plant Here
an. Stewart Ernestine Hunt and
CHURCH OF THE BRETHRENREV. nounce the opening of their new I cease to thrill with the joy ,of Durrance and Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Nancy BoettgerFollowing .
H. P. GARNER Pastor giving. Boettger.
service store here January
School 10 on 1.1947'1 I .. the prograni a chicken
Church am.Preaching In thlr new building on Those enjoying the evening were ( All citizens of Okeechobee county
Service 11 a.m. presenting Mrs J. H. McCranie Mrs John Roc salad course was served to the following
street.They. I who are Interested in having a pickle
a program by the children titled: will carry a full and com. Mrs. A. H. Davis, Miss Jo Parrish, HOSPITAL PRIORITY ] members and guests: plant here are needed. A coupon
{\:>> "Grandmother's Christmas." plete line of batteries, radio., tires Mrs.' D. R. McNeill, Miss Alice Base, APPROVED; GROUND Mrs. A. W. Markham Mrs. Nathan below III this Issue calls attention
,,,;. Evening Service ,7 p.at. and tubes and other accessories Mrs. Omar Hunt Mrs. E. H. Hunt, TO START Zelmenovlti Mrs R. B. Meserve, to those who might be Interested
. A Christmas pageant presented by Mrs. Corrine Burdeshaw Mra. J. R. WORK Mrs. C. Boyles, Mrs. R. E. Link, Mrs In extra Individual income, and
.a. e young people.' NQIIr.1q.w.; MEMBERS U>F Mineham Sr. Mrs., R. E. Link Mrs. J. M. Roe Mrs J. Nalley Mrs J. H. In the long run to Probable Industrial ,
-Hr. OAF GOO " i.-E ODD FELLOWS tkjwla" Dre.sty ,MM; .,,.jJltorrltCrum, Ward was 'received tody bjr the McCranU., Mrs. T. W ConelyrJrVMrs. advancement of the community. .
CHURCH Mrs. Elena King'Mr. Connie Raul .committed on the proposed hospital; Bryant' Bowden Mrs.' A: H. 4* before announced through these
r I' REV. WM. LYLES Pastor There will be no meeting Friday I erson Mrs. Gladys Snell Mrs. Clifford that the required priority has been Davis, Mrs E. H. Hunt and guests' columns the local Chamber of Commerce .
'\. Sunday School 10 a.m. night, December,20, due to the fact' Boyles, Mrs. Paul Robbins, Mrs. issued In Washington on Dec. 18. Mrs W, E. Crosen Dorothy Stewart, has mad arrangements with
Preaching Service 11 a.m. that we are all invited to attend J. Lauthan Mrs. A. Faglie Mrs. L. Work on this project has been held II Ann Davis, Ernestine Hunt Nancy1 the Sparks Pickle Co. of Sparks, Ga., '
Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Glades Lodge No. 38, Belle\ Glade, at Danforth, Mra. A. J. Boettger Mrs I up several weeks pending receipt of Boettger Martha Ann Markham whereby the nucleus of such a factory
Young People. service Thursday the school house. Try to go. W E. Crosen and the hostess, ,Mrs. this and it is now expected that Carol Hancock Tommy Markham and could be started by the local
evening 715 pm.CHURCHES. C. CLAY Sec'y I Roy Draughon. ground work will start immediately. l Jack Boettger. planting and shipping This concern s

has desired to move here and build
but up until this time have been unable
THE UNIVERSE, INCLUDINGMAN .. to do ao owing to restrictionson
commercial building. ;
It Is hoped that the wiU
FORCE?" Is the subject of the Lesson
Sermon which will be read In be general and that enough answers swill
Churches of Christ Scientist thru- come In to encourage production
out the world on Sunday December !q ona scale that will warrant the
building of factory.

22.The Golden Text I.: 'Behold the Under the plan of this company a

heaven and the heaven of heaven. year around employment results.
Is the Lord's thy God the earth also -a .. .1,1'- .....-.-.'--.-,., Seed of a certain kind Is furnished
with all that therein la" (Deutero- :.,L.- '- \-.. a contract is agreed upon so that the

nomy 10:14). ... L'tJ'.p.. .... planter will know that he la to receive
Among the citations which comprise & . ......<5K. a stated amount for the crop I
the Lesson-Sermon Is the following and not be subject to market flunctuatlons. -
from the Bible: "1 am the Sincere TUisks for a Pleas mall or bring your
Lord and there Is none else there eRINGIN6 NOM[ TN! coupon to the Chamber of Commerceand
is no God beside met I girded thee, tNRISTMAS: TR[[ following indication of willingnesi -
though thou hast not known me:. ... . of sufficient number of growers
I have mad the earth and treated r., <\ L cAlerry Qtristntas a meeting will be held at which their

man upon Itl'I. even my hand., have representative will be present anda
stretched out the heavens, and all local manager of operations named.
their host have I commanded" LetII all pull together that this
.(Isaiah ell I, 12). additional enterprise with Its resultant
The Leiion-Sermon also Includesthe pay roll may come to Okeechobe -
following Passage from the *.
Christian Science textbook, "Science COUPON .
and Health with Key to the Scrip Y.jI It li my desire to cooperate with
hr.." by Mary Baker Eddy "In the proposed Industry In the raising
Science man I I. the offspring of I of cucumbers and I would like to
Spirit. The beautiful good, and LET'S ALL BE HAPPY learn more about It.
pure constitute his ancestry : I understand that the averageplanting
Spirit Is his primitive and ultimate is about one half acre to
source of being; God is his Father : the person who \can tend It. My address
and Life I. the law of his being" ,
(83:11-8. 9). i \ > !

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NEAR COMPLETIONEastern -, >' :
Air Lines' new 420foot ,: Christmas is likely to become too prosaic to many ) ; OPERATED ON

terminal building at Miami International ' W', SUNDAY IN ARCADIAMrs.
Airport expected to relievs of us grownups, but to boyhood's .eager eyes it is
congestion at the field and Improve carriedto
J. D. McCarthy was

completed service for by EAL Christmas passengers EAL, will President be a time of preparation and expect ncy. . an en. .. : : where the she Arcadia underwent hospital an appendicitis Sunday

announced Captain last Saturday.Eddie RIckenbacker . chanted season when the woodland is hushed noon. operation Her condition there was Sunday serious.after
The building now under construe
Ai to we learn that
we go press
between EAL:> base and the '
regular tlon air line terminal at th. International and even ordinary tasks take on tho glamor and .- she Is Improving.

Airport will b* used to I ...... ';
unload all passengers and cargo fromEutern' joy of dragging home the Christmas tree. May I '
Incoming planes except the .t\\' Word received<< this week from F.
dally flight from San Juan. M. Mobley who It a patient In the
RIckenbacker declared that the your Christmas of 1946 be in this spirit. Florida Sanitarium at Orlando that

building Is temporary and li being he Is Improving following a serious
put In at this time to help handle r.j"v" heart attack.
the additional planes that EAL has

added to its system during the last CARD OF THANKS
few month. "W hope the 20th \\tiC (!Ohccchabcc $tcn 0 Iwtsh to thank the Odd Follows

street terminal across the field will I anj friends, for flowers and kindness
be In use before. another winter season shown m* In my illness
comes; be laid. W. H. I'.ussell.

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On" .fChrist Change Your Weight

For Beauty's Sate
mat naming
Y'y'y' wwe when I

awake, and

tieep-dust from \OtCIN41

my eyes I shake,I
tee a tight that
Young Dr. Janet Rhodes pulled
the brown suede hat closer over her makes me start and

eyes. She couldn't look up-to seethe causes thumpingt in my J ',W
exchange of Santa Claus heart! 'A Christmas tree- .. CwI ..... ..
glances between beaming! mothers oh, pretty tight-with candles -

and little boys Once-was it but .., ." ,bells and balls alight .
one Christmas ago?-a little band With horns and dolts and sugarplums

had held tightly to hers. and skates and trains and I',

She was Jostled by the merry beating drums.And oh,it is a won-
rush. Children with bundles, moth.. der-free with '
heaps of things form
ers and fathers-and little boys! He,
to see!Rare gifts hang
too, had carried packages that
seemed too large for him, last FFA RECEIVES GIFT . Gus the tide, which tinseled fairies Try The Mirror Test
R. Douglass Jr., 19, of Grimms '
cannot hide. A soldier-
Christmas 'Mumsle what'sIn
Eve. nice home toT
Landing, W. Va., president of Fu- you come
this one?" he had asked, ex doll, a doll house, ARE have a conference with
ture Farmers of America look ..
citedly. "It's so-o-o fat!" So clear on as John E. Kraft, president, of} / too, and firings your mirror. It's easy to get rid

ly now his question came to her, Kraft Foods signs $5,000 of gold of those extra pounds that rob you
that she answered half aloud "Oh. company
check for the FFA foundation. The come to my of a youthful figure.
Billy, you just wait-until mornIng view, andas e e
foundation various
!" sponsors Diet Is the aniwer-lemlbU, well.balanced
9a I look I
wards and prizes throughout the Reader Service booklet
A dry sob, catching at her diet. Our
Q z nation teem to ten you bow. It gets result I
throat seemed to her. She
steady hear sweet Send 25 cents (coin) to:
must pull herself out of It. At six.
thirty her "Children's Hour" must 9 Christmasmusic WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVICE

be on the air. "Fairy Godmother," soft Ml W. 17th St. New York 11, N. Y.

the children had named her b y;>, ;-t wesfb and clear. Enclose 25- cents for "Beauty and.'
Thousands of little figures, crowding Health Through Simple ExerclM.
A Merry Christmas it teems to say,
close to the loud speaker, listened HIlDA
breathlessly. "Little soldiers SWISS CRASH HERO . Brig Gen. Ralph Tate Sr., Is shown with x, A merry happy, holy day!
," she called these little pain., isle son, Capt. Ralph Tate Jr., after the latter bad been brought to ; Addrel- -,

weary bodies Melrlnger, Switzerland, by one of the Swiss rescue planes. Captain t

The Fairy Godmother shut her Tate was pilot of the plane that crashed on the rugged glacier. Hi*

eyes. In Imagination, her arms held mother was one of the passengers. Airmen say that the captain's feat Stocking HangingAn Quickly Relieves Distress of
1ft her own little crippled soldier, who of crash-landing the plane on the tugged glacier without loss of life
Old CustomAlmost
was remarkable.
fought so bravely against Infantile

paralysis But promises of Santa we "

Claus must go out to them. Unconsciously y without exception the children ;

she ended with the of American will put up their

'.}t, words: "But you just wait-until stockings by the side of the chimneyfor I HeadColdsA
morning! Santa I
:. Father Christmas or
l Claus. For generations children A little Va-tro-nol up
Unrecognized by her, it was bit have gone eagerly to their stocking each nostril promptly .
terness that kept her from readingthe 9 p distress relieves of snlffly.heaoleoldsmakesbreathlngeasier.stuffy-

scrawled, childish messages 5' .
that came to her. Tonight the bas e 1
ket seemed to mock her. A tipsy x c AIM blips prmnt many forks
little envelope, sliding from the colds from developing fpSf '
top, seemed to block her way out. If used In time.Try It? "
You'll e
like Itl Follow
She stared at it, stooped, pickedIt directions in package.
up. It clung to her hand, pleading r
From It she drew a soiled card JOINS 'BIO FOUR' . M. do VICKSVATRO-NOL

and deciphered the words: Saint Hardouin, French ambassador
"Dere fairy godmother, there is 9 to the U. S., who recently
bugles with horses on them ain't I arrived la Washington.

there. Nick in the bed next to mine OCDEB I I PEOPLE! ,

sex no, won't you pleeze tell Santato t''11))
bring me one. My leg's gettln '
better. Merrle Crlsmus Jimmy : Many Doctors 1 Advise

Dean, children's hospital. Fr
Janet pushed through the crowds.
Smiling eyes looked directly into TONIC
other smiling eyes. She was to buy F 'sf tea': .
) Oidor people I If ron hmr.n t the
Christmas morning to see what
on Umlnt TOO 'hould-beni
KILEOT WON STREETCAR . Winner of a contest sponsored Santa Claus has deposited In them. your diet ueki the natural AaO
Hia.4.H 'tfi' American Transit association with letter rsi I I Vitunlu nernr-bulldlnr. i
on subject, "Kilroy Was whateverto find
The origin has nothing natural oils you Seed-ou'ii
Here," James Kilroy, Halifax, Mass., his wife and nine children take The custom's poed-taaiwp Scott lEmalilaBIpi :
do with Christmas.
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over their prize-a streetcar. The car will be moved from the Boston y. fffir
f 7 s. only connection with Christmas Is ..'.I..... t. soldi. See this
elevated yards to Halifax where the Kllroys will remodel and use It S Saint Nicholas. Saint Nich- 'WoDderful dlft.uD.e-bap
for addition to their home. The claim It will I I through Boote'at saar 4.ranIat'today I Pi
an present youngsters > olas. or Santa Claus.. the fI'dI1who .( .
make an Ideal play room. liked to do good bt*tsUh..' Heard

that three lovely sisters, who livedin SCOTT'S EMULSION

-- a poor cottage on the outskirtsof YEAR ROUND TONIC i

town, were destitute.

Saint Nicholas made his way to

their home one night, and threw a fcS&lEUEFOFMIlof
gift of three gold pieces throughthe
headache or cold painful
smoke-hole of the cottage. miseries, monthly functions 10

Instead of gold pieces falling on Joseph ASPIRIN j1::;;

the hearth, as he had expected, they
SURPRISE! . Stan Miasek, Fal- fell into the stockings of the girls,
cons' center Is not the only bas- which had been hung up over the **************

keteer that has been surprised this after Hence
fire to dry washing. ,
year. As the elusive ball bounces when the tale became known, the For Your Future BuyU.

on its merry way the Detroit player custom of hanging up stockings over S. Savings Bonds
looks with a forlorn expression the fire came into being-in hopes;

at New York player.INVESTIGATE. 'I and Christmas Day was chosen for **************
'the doing, because It was Saint
Janet Pushed Through the Crowd
Nicholas' day.
a bugle-with a horse on it! Two
hours she searched, fruitlessly w4JSi ?

Then, like a flash it came to her.
rat sines inn HI HIII ar
She would have a small horse sol
dered to the bugle. Overruling the 3, ygf vSy
salesman's objections that there 4y,,
wasn't time, she emerged triumphant q e.rk

with the coveted gift. Again ? .qt

the words: "Mumsie, what's In this
one? It's so-o-o fat!" V va

Breathlessly she entered the

brightly lighted room of Children's [ N. I

Hospital, where the annual Christmas 1r5.s.ttl.a 5a5 a.ae ea.sasries .
party was almost over She slipped the package behind the tree a ui mi mi nun u n MA M 9..151.i ii.iin
mi M,IM, jmuiiuti i. stem
''1\ and sank into a chair. Her eyes

drifted across the room-to Jimmy
Dean. Even if he had not held a
tiny bugle, she would have known 'COLO' BUG* nwr

him by the bravery behind the disappointed It' I

eyes. And when one Is an

orphan even fairy godmothers OUTPLAYING TRUMAN . Tommy may lack the experience of HELP EASE A Jb'

sometimes fall you. President Truman as a piano player and his twin sister Kathy FEDERAL ACHINGCHEST

Santa was now taking up the may not be a Helen Morgan, but they demonstrate their technique. WORKERS . A. Devitt Vanech, I
package saying, "This goes to Jimmy Their father Is Held W.-McGibbeny Industrial arts teacher In Crafton, special assistant to Attorney General MUSCLES >. '

Dean." Pa., high school. When the twins were born they were not expected Clark, who will head the WILD BLUE YONDER . Daniel

Doctor Janet watched the trans. to live, but now the husky pair provides their\s-pound: mother Mrs. President's commission to purge Greening, like most American RUB ON v ,

formation on Jimmy's face and Dorothy McGlbbeny 21, with plenty of excitement including their the government of disloyal or subversive boys, prefers that his tricycle be MENTHOUTUMfsw "
eyes. It was like the look, like the piano duet.BUSINESS. employees .
modeled after a fighter plane.
light in-her arms tightened, but '
World War II weapons and equip
the child was gone. Bewildered
ment soon will give way to fantastic
fascinated stared
frightened, she at
the child in the wheelchair. The "cosmlo weapons," as the Y

eager little bands fumbled with the motif for children's toys. a m.et y c'r

gay ribbon, then the biggest, shiniest a'f

bugle came into view. He Dance Until Midnight.
hugged it to himself. "I knew, oh.
Mexican Christmas Eve is a pretty
I knew he would bring It I If I asked tgf
comibnatlon of the religious and the
her to tell him!
festive observance. There Is a
Janet sat there, entranced.
dance in every village until midnight -
Nurses were taking their charges
At the stroke of twelve the
away, and Jimmy was out of sight.
play a mystical sacred
And then, somehow, she was running
I melody, and everyone converges In
after him, and her arms were
front of the "nacimiento, or crib
about itSanta ,
change'to CALOXfor

Claus Has Often How Washington Observed
the tonic
Been Cruelly MurderedMany Christmas in Virginia

In history have on smile
men murdered your
George Washington celebrated ,
Santa Claus. It was not long: :Christmas:: in much the same man Effirtfnt_ Cain work two.atr.e
ago that Adolf Hitler turned the city
of the famous Manger Plays, Krlp- ner as It Is observed today. With 1 Mel pi remove film..bring out
his neighbors he attended Christmas all the natural Ituu of roof
into Dachau, the most notorious t1
penspiel, soul*.
Eve sacred services at the vll-
concentration camp in all large church. On Christmas Day 2 A sped Ingredient fa Calos
Europe. HEADLINER . John L. lewis, elaborate and delectable dinner was encourages ritular m.........

In 1930 the Mexican government BY TELEVISION. A legally binding contract was signed president of United MIne Workers, served, followed by hours of fun and .which..helps DM make a tonic them effect firm on gums and,

officially! did away with the fur- simultaneously by executives of Dumont television laboratory New shown as he arrived In Washington merry-making. at which most of the Ions up ma so>L ...with
robed Santa Claus and In his place York City and motor company In Washington D. C., as both contractIng to accept service of federal neighbors took part. Rhythmic feet Z1

placed a feathered snake,' the ancient parties saw and heard each other by means of television. It court order on recent contempt or stepped the Virginia reel, followedby MMU fa home MeKtnta Uk..*Uri*.
god of the Aztecs. was the first time that this newest medium of communication has der. Most labor leaders bacfc< the jigtlme of the country. lit rs n d ,.. *n.tts*l Mwr Aw

keen used to consummate a business agreement. Lewis' stand daring trial.


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,:,< With Variety of Toys <".%i;'I '/# jf;: ; Uniform International II II SCHOOL- DEPARTMENT

Cowboy and Policemen X'GERALDDuke ,
\ Replace G.I. Uniforms I II ; ....... .UT" .. t Concrete sTiHI Tile per I'.r: prolH Matertala' with J and Matter mar-

McCal, private detettlve li 413' Fensroad-but what shall I as if prompted to explain away his Of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago CONCRETEMACHINERYI: iOMJ'AN Y

I Toyland. 1946 style It geared to guarding; the wedding presents at the tell the police?" disillusion In her. A long moment Released br Western Newipaper Union Boa I.IIH-B Illebary, N. C.

of America' Blielow mansion He senses that old 'Tell them I left-that you do not passed. She turned to the fire. He: FOR BALE 4-chalr Barber Shop complete
reproduction peace Mlis Adelaide Blielow If afraid of something with fixtures. Term to lull buyer
J J., time living reproducing In purposeful more than theft. In a conversation know"Yes.why." went out.There Lesson for December 22 2 R. P. MeNEAL Pearaea, Ceorgla .

. miniature every phase of homemaking with Mill Blgelow ha learns that she li was no one In the hall. The MAKE BIO PROFITS selllnf Novelties
building and road construe. sorry now that the lave her consent to He' glanced at his wristwatch body of Curt Vallalncourt lay: long bend .end large box of sample "101'- ,,',.
Lesion subjects and Scripture texts selected Good InYlllment'
her niece, Veronica's marriage with Two minutes to go.-- and dark and lifeless half m.nul cala10. ,.
tion transportation science agrl. In, hall and copyrighted by International Nereid Supply Box tit Br nhan Tess. ,
culture, fashion and art. Cowboy handsome Curt VaUaincourt, ai the has "Now. Miss Blgelow I must ask out of the light thrown by the Council of RellKloue Education! used bye .
discovered that be U .fortune hunter mlulon. BAR AND GRILLE-For sale en waterfront
I' and policemen have staled a come ;you to tell me quickly what :you scones on each side of a console on U. S. 88. build,ng and Sutures ,
and rake. He will control the 1/1,11
saw from the window upstairs Just table. lock for eale eepnratrlv. Price reasonable. -
back as juvenile heroes and miniatures family fortune of thirty million enur'l the A MESSAGE OF LOVE Abstract of title furnished. Alan the
before shot"She McCale (CHRISTMAS LESSON) well .known Wlmlco Lodge on U. S 31
There are several cross currents stopped by the still form Intra-Co ,etnl Canal seO'r
closed her and let a where It cronea
family she tells McCale. While they are eyes avoiding a puddle of congealing en miles northeast of Port St. Joe,

talking and looking out the window they shuddering breath escape her lips. blood. He knelt and noticed that LESSON TEXT-John. gala; Ephesians!: P. Q' BOX eta 'Port." *.,. Jo. Florida. a
harrying Her hands clasped and unclasped alt-21. s
hear a shot and see two women Curt had been -
away ,The one In green runs towardthe nervously. He thought she might shot a little abovethe' MEMORY SELECTION Thanks be 'ij'ijI
y > ) heart at close range, as II unto God for his unspeakable gilt.-U FARM MACH1NEREQUIg._ .
park. faint. She opened her suddenly '
eyes Corinthians 8:15.
v someone had walked to him and C. AI 118HALMFRS -
up W.
tense,' staggered'. but deter.. let him have It. It was a miracle I ( IKACrOR with .si.i. tiller.

,)a CHAPTER VIII mined. he had managed to get up the .'Pet-s' When Jesus was born In Bethlehem 0-12 extra International Rood condition, 130000.- rhooe* tractor 703.WUAY .

"At first there was only Curt to the door. A less virile per-'OI there were only a few men and I gMITU Sparta. Oeenla,. .

She topped running when she coming up the steps from the path would have dropped dead In his women of faith who could see In the

reached It. For a moment, bethought that cuts across from Charles tracks. Babe of the manger the glory: and I. MISCELLANEOUS
I -
he someone else someone Street. The old voice was pained the power of Christ. It was a woRRIED ABOUT MONEY
: He
frisked the body until he came dark'I how to get out of Debt
and hushed. 1 knew It was he I I I New folio shows
and Into
in a gray: raincoat walking age Me coin. RESEARCH
upon key and sjve. Postpaid
a ring that held number
steadily away Into the fog. He could from away off. He always swaggered of keys. Satisfied a was born-and who will say that It I I IIs I 418 Walker Bids., Button, Ma...
E that one of these
or sort of and never wore a different in the day in which we I I I Handbaia 88up
I I. not tell whether it was a man must be the key to the dead man'sapartment BEAUTIFUL match Skin
of the coat hat. There was also a-a woman- celebrate Christmas 1848. : al o shoes to aheer Nylon '
for the 2Wo"t ire
a woman gray he rearranged the cloth: like atockm CfUla. ParlleuSuns
coming the walk that
into along outer Indifferent Ignorant and sinful Ravens Cuba ,
dissolved the figure a mere ing walked to the door eased It :: Export 161I Eana.
blur. It struck him as odd comes over the hill from Park people are glad to try to capitalize' t"
tK only open and slipped out. FILMI I No limit. Dozen 127. 8336; 120420
,A T'e 4 , t that the figure did not turn or falteror Street. He on the spirit of Christmas but they 84.56, Prepaid when caahaccompanies .
hardly across the street : SWEEDEN,
"A order. T. HAY
come nearer. It Just, walked- woman In green" ? onto the paths of the Common when still despise and turn away from the Dept A-le, Lumberleii 11I1...
sedately was the only word-away: ; "Yes, In green. She looked the sirens started wailing and tearing I Son of God, Jesus the Saviour. ATOMIC Streamlined Method of fait

There was something terrible in frightened. "There was someone up Beacon Hill. It behooves us, therefore, to present Welfht Calnlni. Alao reducing. No diet or
directly else in a gray coat and hat coming of theSav"ur Send 82.00 "'
the unruffled walk because : At Park once more the message LRONARD GREEN, Box ru'; frerwalk.. O.
along Beacon Street toward the Square McCale hopped
across1 from It and below where I who came at Christmas
into a cruising cab which lilin
they peered out, something quite down at 413 Fensroad In six put minutes that all men may: hear of him. SEEDS, PLANTS,' ETC. 1
awful staggered, one hand to its Our lesson speaks of God's great
PANSY PLANTS Steeled Mastodon
flat despite the
chest, the other groping out blindly.It Increasing gift of love and tells what mannerof Jumbos lunch bloom, gorgeous colors. '
w drizzle and the,traffic congestion of I Now time to plant. Selected plnnU 00 for '
dark because
tall wide a and should be
was a man men women we
that time of I IFour.thlrteen 82. 100 for 83 50, postpaid.. WARD'S PANSY
of military equipment are shadow of agony seeking to climb he did give his Son for, us. GARDEN. Beute S, Maeen, Georgia.PANST .

ceyed to the armed forces' training the Blgelow stairs. concrete and was a big hunk of' I. God's Christmas Gift to Us PLANTS-Swim Giant 25 centa I Ipoata
stainless steel. He
programs. New toys have been test. The doorbell pealed sharply a (John 3:18): dozen, SI.50 per 100. Mailing lie per 100. f
stopped before Vallalncourt's apiirt- ,.. Carna' o"., Shasta Dalalea, Delphinium
ad by: children for fun appeal, age ring of sheer despair. .. r wtYa. ment and listened God loved-so God gave. Love English Daisy Hollyhocka and
I. Interest and safety. Miss Bigelow and McCale In a carefully, his ease prompts the heart to give. One may: others Annual Plants. Bulba, Nursery mailedon \ a
to the door. Stock Garden Supplies! Plant Hat
More than 100,000 different kinds single movement, ran out of the give without loving, It is true, but :' r.aunt.
McCale reached the After he'd entered he stood completely WILSON GARDEN SERVICE "
drawing room.
. of playthings with a retail value of one cannot love without giving. board 55, R.b Ba, 691-A, Jaoksaovnle, Ftc.O .
: l 35 cent I stairs first, tumbling down them.. still, testing the silence that God's love for man existed from

'. 1 r" 250 million dollars, a per forM two three at a time. The bell was hung heavily about him. A wide all eternity. It provided a way: of I.tI
, Increase over 1943 are :
:' Christmas' distribution. The first ringing now steadily: a shriek as doorway at his right gave entranceto redemption for man and In due season j YOUq
l '
though someone leaned heavily a large living room. He stepped the Saviour came, to live to FUlG9I
: steel
a lines of rubber and playthings
In four will bring back such against it. toward it, soundlessly.The love to die for all mankind.It .

t. deeply missed years favorites as rubber The butler King, came out of the quiet of the place was dis was no chance event no accident

r balls balloons and animals wheel back hall a sour look on his face. turbing. It was the Intense, preg in history; it was the heart of

I But McCale was already wrenchingopen nant quiet of a room so recently occupied God speaking In his "unspeakable I
J i toys and voices electric for trains dolls steel construction eyes. the door. A light went up in that the effluvium of that gift" (II Cor. 9:15): of his only begotten -

the hall as the startled manservant occupancy: still hung In the air. Son. I 3s
( sets ,musical and Many, pushed a button... For' a moment, There were two doorways In back That leads us to our second Scripture Z

,i I. noisemakers pop guns no one seemed to be there. The and a little to the left of him as he and our second point We who s ,
Dew uses of plastic as well as a door gaped wide and black. Then, stood motionless in the center of
receive gifts try: to express our
; bumper crop of wood cardboard from around its edge a bulky object the carpet. Not a board creakedor appreciation in a polite and proper sOG9 Ooti
also will be
and toys repre-
paper slid slumped to its knees A
a pin dropped but the hair on way.: J
i '
lented in Santa's 1946 pack.
t lunged Inward, then out flat. the back of his head stood up warn- II. Our "Thank You" to God xrRq GS 1
Special requests to Santa Claus Curt Valla In court turned his exquisite Ingly.: Moisture beaded his palms. sau
( I 14-21).
Eph. :
f ,win call for early: shopping. Although head once opened his agonized He swiveled slowly, expecting

volume In most lines is close ,, eyes once, mouthed a word anything Paul's prayer for the Epheslan .

to prewar levels unprecendented demand before he died."Veronica' A church (and for us also who are in '
stood In
woman the first door.
r' .Is likely: to create out-of-stock he muttered thickly rls" the "family" v. 15)) tells us how COUGHING
way. Tall dark, voluptuous, she
conditions In popular lines 'before before his heart bubbled up Into his i iA lounged white-faced breathless, in we may by our lives as Christians
Christmas eve This will be due to throat express our gratitude to God '

the fact that in addition to pent-up It was- then that Adelaide Blgelow tall wide man seeking to climb a peculiarly familiar attitude. The church of Christ, made up of

...... flemand for toys caused by wartime dropped down beside him, cradling the Blgelow atalra. Hooded steadily at discontented him. Her face eyes looked those who are believers in him OF COLDS-
was so
his heat in her lap. Her tired old should show its relationship to God \
white she
seemed all lipstick In the \
4w house I couldn't well. The Relieved by Modern Chest Rub
,. hands mpetfted dark silky curls out see very and Its appreciation of his grace by .
glare of so many lights It she had When fits of from colds
)' ;>hN*,: .,. person was 'almost"61recUy: under ; its coughing cause
'" of his
\ eyes. had a cigarette in that mouth- :' children to loae many-young
"A doctor" Miss Blgelow gasped. the window and I was concentrating Strength (v. 16).. ,It, doea not mothers now bato'Pp toe '

"The police" McCale said curtly. on-on Curt" Memory .tugged at McCale' and' .lie donor God nor is he properly represented quick-ewtuff relief . eo clean and .
knew it was Shari Lynn. She worea white, to and effectivel rte 4
"On this side of the street? In the world by those who so pleaaant use so -
be doctor.
'But he may dying-a
"Yes." dark: gfeen wool dress! 'ENETRO'Smodem-typemed. 'I'
"I'm sorry" he looked deep into are spiritually: weak and ineffective. mated vapors release at once to soothe ',-
her eyes,, "but he Is dead." Whoever it was had crossed the 'Who are you"he laid huskily It is the privilege of the believer Irritated upper bronchial tubes,clear the

He closed the door on the night, street, then for the figure had been She moved slowly toward hlnVeJ'** to be "strengthened with might" (v. head relieve) sore throat help get up
on the opposite side ,I when McCale wary For a moment he ignored sticky phlegm and quiet the' coughing.
16) add this takes place as the
r shutting it out with the incredible PENETRO GIVES YOU the home-
rib M' "'s r thoughts which seethed through his looked. That someone must have her."You Holy Spirit has liberty "with pbwer approved mutton suet feature; and acientifia .
order the been ,almost at the door when the were a fool to come direct. I, to inmost being" medication rube in to help breakup
mind. He barked an to penetrating your
ly: here he said then. the local congestion and relieve
shot was fired The murderer I mua-
butler necessary: action taking over Apprehension widened her as Weymouth translates it. No part cuter soreness of cheat colds And Pens
his brain and body for the next'few "Man or woman? he snapped eyes i of man's inner being Is then left tro keept on working tat hours enoour
minutes. "I-I couldn'tHelL I was watch. for a moment, bringing out unsus-j J weak or without the light and graceof aa-eare tuhloep. Many modern motheneverywhere
ing Curt I told you." pected lines in her face. She sat1 I are changing to clean white
"Leave the body Just as it Is, the Holy Spirit
"But the hat. You said the fig down unsteadily on a chair and ran >
he cautioned adding, "a police requirement nervous fingers through dark dyed ; 2. Love (v. 17). This is the strong PENETROSRUBWITH :
ure had on a gray raincoat and a .
for he av look of
saw hair. foundation all spiritual development
gray hat Surely could recognize -
dismay on Miss Bigelow's face. you 'j and usefulness. Roots are
the sex from the hat?" She's scared, McCale thought. 'I I'
She was still sitting! numb and He Iput down deep (as we change the
perched the
perilously on arm
"I'm I was watching
mantfacturlng restrictions five million stricken on the carpet! beside the Curt. sorry of the Empire sofa, shaking out a I figure of speech) '.to hold the life MOOING

extra children of toy age were body. "Yes. Go on" cigarette from a pack directly Into; I steady and to provide the nourishment I

added to the population during the The butler had his hands pressed "I Just can't remember what hap his mouth in one motion. He spoke, for spiritual living. Mi

war years (In comparison, with the tightly against his diaphragm while pened then. Curt and the womanin over the flame of his lighter I This Is all possible because Christ 0

average of the preceding peacetime perspiration a prelude to certain green almost met at the gate but "Curt Vallalncourt has Just been,' makes his home in the heart. Think

decade). nausea stood out on his fore he was a little ahead. I thought shot" I of the privilege of making such a lITTLE GEMS OF COMHJBT

TCzechoslovakia head. he turned his bead to look at her. Watching her closely he was cer guest feel at home In our hearts! So little but-OH MY I What 8 difference

Cards "Get" yourself some brandy"And . -. I'm not sure. Then-I'm sorry tain that it wasn't news to her-:-that Let us be grateful, and let us recognize make when MILES LITTLE need anoccaalonallaxative PILLS can
McCale spoke briskly. you
It's all confused. There was she already: knew, i him and honor his presence What a joy to feel ,v1
Designed by get the police department on the Just the shot I closed my: eyes I "Who are you-a dicks I didn't 3. Knowledge (w. 18, 19). The believer regular attain, without the harsh,

Christmas cards, produced by the telephone, Walt, a minute. Call think. Then you were behind me kill him." has to know not only the sudden "blasting" sometime ;;

American Relief for Czechoslovakia Devonshire 1212-line 103-and ask "You were there." but also that which caused faxatlve purgatives. So
knowable passes
and I did notice someone-the woman i try the that works with
were drawn by Ann Halamova and for Donlevy, chief of homicide. In green I believe running oft She was guarded now. Her eyes knowledge namely the love of you, not through you. Made by

Premek Blazicek. two of hundredsof The old man moved slowly "Per.hap. into the fog" narrowed and she clutched thej Christ. the folks who make Alka-Selezer. r'
if can sir-" he began Sold by family druggist.CAUTION .
Czechoslovak children who lost you Then she went to an old battered glasa with shaking fingers "You'v. We shall grow in grace as we your-Not to be used when -

their arms or legs through the explosion "No. Better you. desk that stood in a corner of Uie\ got to prove that, copper" grow in the knowledge of the abdominal pain or other symptoms N

of bombs grenade or mines McCale grasped Miss Bigelow'selbow room. Pressing a spring that "I'm not the police." :i love of Christ (II. Pet 3:18), We of appendicitis are present.

which the Nazis strewed throughout in a reassuring grip "We opened a secret drawer she took '"Then who are you? What ar4 with all of God's people-what a Take only all directed I-
country. These tots were have less than six minutes at the doing here? !What 'is this MUll Uboratorlea. Inc. Elkhart. Ind.
their out a small envelope from which you a great and delightful companyareto
trained by the Jedlicka Institute In most" be said "before the department she shook a piece of paper. shakedown" j comprehend to really: grasp the t

Prague and the cards made by: i or at least a squad car, will He shook his head. "I'm.. private length and breadth and height and '

children without hands would be I be here. Where can we" have .a minute Shari Lynn Tells dick. I am, however, Investigating depth of his love. ILES LITTLE ft Us

remarkable for normal children I to talk Alone. Curt Vallalncourt's murder We say with the psalmist "Such \

even older than they are. "The library." she said her voice Her Story ." knowledge is too wonderful for me; --

stronger "You'd better have this. She it is high I cannot attain to it" "Stuffed-UpHNol.Headach.?

spoke almost furtively and added, Curt's Apartment (Ps. 139:6): But then we remember t e i' h
First ChristmasWhat McCale Slips Out "If the house Is searched they'dbe : Yields No Clues that it Is as Christ dwells "in ",.due to. ii

Ahead of the Police"I bound to find It." our hearts by faith" (v. 17) that we .l"

He took It over to the light and Curiously: she seemed relieved.He are abe' to comprehend such truth. ,

sweeter mustck can we bring. want :your help he began laW It was the merest corner off soon found out why.: A crafty Most Christians live on a very lillil el yeur mllirlx .,i DID MSWATIOHHerts I
rushed for he lived
Than a Carroll for to sing and on In the the edge of a letter. look slid into her eyes. She almost low plane going along with a limited la t sands ***** TAlUTi er UQUI !

The birth of this our Heavenly: King world as it Is and knew that there I when yon control the dough smiled."Listen. and unsatisfactory Christian experience Caution Take only at directedWNU 1 it
the String! were things he might do if she could then. I'm not saying j r
Awake the Voice! Awake your promise to me, lover. I when all this is available ,
Heart, Eare and Eye and everything remain a little while outside the police -I wW be our. don't know Curt bag been killed., to them by faith. -7 50 46 i+
orbit "I'm going to be out of
'" here before the
I The Darling of the world has come, "Oh-but please police" arrive. "This then" he said straightening enough to have seen It done.: I it is possible to do the Impossible

f flnde rooms might give :you Information as to to know that which passes knowledge Watch YourKidneys
And At It is, we a
He held up his hand. "You must up "is what really: sent you to who did it mister."
to the unseen. It is by;
" To welcome Him. The Nobler part understand this. There be me/ see
"I'm listening. But
it "is able to do infinitely /
in him -
Of all the house here 1s the heart, some way: I can lessen the publicitythis : "Yes" she murmured' !'I foundIt quick. I want to frisk the, place faith all our highest
will give; and bequeath Is bound to stir in the drawing room grate It : beyond
Wb1ch 'we case up. Don'tthink before the cops crawl all over it," Uelp Them Ueanae the Blood
thoughts" (Weymouth
and this Ivle Wreath mean surely a note to Curt He must prayers: and :
I' Toll Hollle. I to obstruct Justice. was She understood the necessity (pr attain unto this of Harmful Body \Faat
To do Him honour; who's our King, I'm not that kind of detective but have tried to burn It In this house. speed and went on hurriedly, fl v. 20) that we Yew Udaeye are eoaatantly Bltarlaevute

And Lord of all this rejoicing I :you must understand that once the You see how it proved almost all here blessed place of blessing.So matter from the blood etreaoj. Bui
was up having a couple
pf this is the "Thank you" that kidney tom. im e tag la their work'' -4e
.Robert Herrick (1301-1674) police come Into this, you will have my suspicions drinks with Curt before he went to act act aa Nature lataaded-(all ,. re-
this Christmas. He want
no peace. Your privacy "Yes." God wants move ImpurltlM that If stated, aiayBoleoe
your'home the wedding rehearsal I decidedto the and the whole
unbeliever to turn to him In eywem epeet
Make Christmas HappyBy your very lives will be ripped He returned the fragment to its wait until he got back. He was body aiathlaery.Synptome .
wide open""I envelope slipped the envelope into faith and the believer to really be ma* be a>cr It Safe One gone a long time-too long. I what he ought to be and can be In .pwaietaDl heeda<:neattackaof dlaalneea.
Making a his Inside pocket. No time to lose
Her face. was grabbed a cab and got out at the .0U.s ap atfhu, enlUns, pufflneaa
man's. whole life will
and Christ. Then aadtr the eyae -a eallai ol aarvooeaailety
The tree the drying holly bleak now. music shop near Park: Square I "Thank Lord for savingmy cod 1 loae of pp sad atreafta.Othtt .
mistletoe lighted candles defective He went on rapidly: "If I am "The woman in green had red was paying: oS the taxi when I saw say you alga el kldaey er bladder dla-

log all Increase the danger of fire. here when the police arrive I will hair didn't she" be asked coldlyShe Curt cutting across the path ,to : souL"For the tenth successive the lea_d.r requeat an aonetloue ariaatioa......... meaty ee

If the carefree spirit that charac- be tied up for hours maybe with looked for a moment down Beacon street" year Tbareabsuldb.ccdoubt that prom'eIraitm.nt
carelessness the preliminary Investigation. If I into an abyss of sheer terror. writer of these notes expresses to le wlaar than luslaet. Use
terlzes Christmas slips into "You followed him? DM fill Dem'e bare bees irinauur
swift catastrophe may: over am not I can perhaps discover "I-I Jon't know" she faltered."I She hesitated a moment a look his readers everywhere: his good ... Crleoda for more Ibaa fort pairs
Curt"Disappointment wish for a most blessed Christmas Thor have e aatloa-arlde reputation.
before do. I know was looking at
something they
loved ones and our pos ; of doubt her
1 take us our coming over face 'as Are reMBBueded by tratefnl people the
and home. May the
1 sessions. There la no time of the Donlevy Chief of Detectives. I can and wrath if she were not sure of saying the both in heart : country ever. Ark inn urttkiail ,

whrn it Is so essential that extreme talk to him tomorrow. What I must flashed across his eyes: was as right thing. That pause made a lot Lord give us an special grace this

:year care be taken to Insure that do la get a head start I want for quickly gone He only: said "Cour of difference In McCale's calcula year to thank him for his great DOAN I SPILLS.oJ.

"' possible danger of Are be avoid Instance, to search Vallalncourt'srooms. age then I'll see you tomorrow." tions. Christmas Gift by a life wholly dedicated -

ed any to make Christmas a happy ont Where does-did he liver She put out her hand Impulsively (TO BE CONTINUED) to him.






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utilities and Industries. It was MANY HAVE FAILEDTO oooo oooe ooetCLASSIFIED

OD1 eecIj hcc ;Nrfu5 unanimously passed that" same afternoon Train 1,250,000 Vela .


Note that the people had no chanceto ADSFOR
Published every Frldsy by the express their opinion. Note also ,J'fttjAlr4C
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee, Th tiijij
that It was all done In moves

Okeechobee County, Florida and a train of broken promises In < ) Okeechobee County Tuberculosis oo ON.THUOI

BRYANT BOWDEN . . . .. Editor I' such sly and lying manner does Association wishes to publicly ij t tf
Communism work-Tampa Trlb'.lne. I thank the' editor o( the Okeechobee FOR SALE ..

SUBSCRIPTION RATESOn. 'E.. News for his splendid cooperation

Year In advance ., ,.. .. .13.00 Too Late to ClassifyBy I during the 1946 Seal Sale We are FOR SALE Ovrlstmas turkeys

Six Month. In advance ... .. .". 150 rr approaching the last .week of the Large and small Mrs L. K. Lee, Fort ; *"

Three Month. In advance .. .. 1.00 RUSSELL KAY .ale and there are still\ a large number Drum, Fla.

In the light of what has happened of residents who have been too

Entered as second class matter July since Florida led the way by adopt- busy to send In their returns and the FOR SALE-Hot water heaters and CLASS 100M ,,

1, 114, at the Post Office In Okee lug a right to work amendment, It -- :1914,1 association Is making another appeal electric pumps. Gilbert Chevrolet ,

chobee Florida, under Act of March appears that Attorney General Tom to these people to take a few Company ;

8, 1879. Watson and those legislative leaders x"V vitality minutes of this busy week to send FOR SALE-8x12 foot fiber "*

who fought for this legislation were I their check in the blue aelf-addreu rug; I
green, reversible Excellent condi
swell job of advanced and ed which enclosed with
A Needed Amendment doing a vitalityCMitiaS envelop was Lion Also clothes wringer, Mr'*.
which reflects -raa.AtmtitlOntln
constructive thinking now the Christmas Seal, Angle Ban De..e.eAe

Florida votirs have become so accustomed Itself to their credit and to 140Dol know what your dollars Phone 6. el September 10, V.rt.ns Admin.

to Constitutions Amend the itste'i ; sufferers from tuberculosis 1 FOR SALE-Holl. Istrarl* ttarlstlcleni" repeat, 1,141,111

meats that at General Election: Ont by one, ether ststn are 1111. Her art some facts that .rj food and nine sores veterani .! Wfrls] Ww II weft MrtltUMrlni ,
they simply wad through tram ono Ice In line and three more ststes I for thought Rd them, then ask of land, Runs from Hancock Avtnut in the 1I..I..n. l n-in e.J|fbMlnlnf

to sight or nine without even btttlng adopted similar resolutions en November :' yourself whether er not your dollars to Tsylor'i Creek J. H. (Chalk) ps Rvr In JI,
few h 'OVVVI
5-Arlssn*, Nebraska and needed.In ) **|*' reprwintl
occasional amendment art Ward.
.. An
11.y. ,"" twvUcmsjii' '' ,
Arltona emindment
South Dakota. The
I. necessary even in the Constitutionof GOOD WISHESfor 1945 70S persons In Florid died

the United States, but It does reads) of tubroulosls and approximately __ _n_ _
"No person shall be denied the 111 with the disease. ,
seem that Purely questions 7,000 are
could be settled without the entire opportunity to obtain or retain employment a delightful Two third. of deaths from the dls

electorate of Florida voting "on the because of non-memberililp ease In Florida occur among the

subject.In\ In a labor organization nor shall holiday: season colored population, although they Announcing the
sub-division thereof Openingof
the state or any
the General Election several constitute one-third of the popula
Individual or
weeks voters In DpSoto County. or any corporation
ago association of kind enter into from the store tion.More
together with those In all other Flor any people die of tuberculosis In

ida counties decided a few question any agreement which excludes any their homes In Florida than In sanatorium

that were of no concern to them. For non-nrembershlp person from employment In a labor because organiza ol that friendshipbuilt. or hospitals. This means our New Service Store

example they decided how the judge tion." That I. practically word for that families, friends and communities .
of the Court of Records In Escambls have been subjected to infec 1
word the language of the Floridaamendment.1
County should be chosen. It I. doubt. .

ful that half a dozen voters In De- tlon.The State Tuberculosis Board 1 1947
In the cases of South Dakota and January
Soto County even knew that Escam- Nebraska the language closely follows opened the Northwest Florida Sans
bla County boasted such an official ,
that of the Florida amendment torium at Marianna with 200 bedson
and even if they did know cared little
Sept. 1, and the Southwest Florida
which appears to be taken as a pattern
how he was chosen. The questionhow for such legislation although Durst's Laundry and Sanatorium with 400 bed. at Tampa,

he was chosen. The questionwas !South! Dakota goes even further than Dec. 2. There is still need for a when
our new building on North Park Street will
settled and It is hoped to the and
southwest Florida sanatorium a
Florida in that it Includes a penalty Dry Cleaners
satisfaction of the people living in for violation and provides that any northeast Florida sanatorium with be completed.If .

Enrambla County.The person guilty of responsibility for 400 and BOO beds respectively to meet

voters also decided who should I the closed shop is subject to a fine minimum requirements of 2V4 beds

assess and collect taxes In Bay andOranges of $300 or 90 days Imprisonment. The for each annual death. you are in need of Radios, Batteries, Automobile
counties, but outside of the
Ntbraska amendment, while providing Tuberculosis Is a "family disease..
counties named, the amendments Accessories of all kinds and FIRESTONE
no penalty, prohibits "any con It spreads from sick to well by rea
caused very little excitement.The tract to exclude persons from employment FACTS AND FIGURESBy son of close and continual contact. TIRES AND TUBES before our official openingon
election is past and gone, and
because of membership or Scientists studying the effectsof
the voters have forgotten about the FULLER WARRENA Immunis FIRST see or call us at home as
non-membership. vaccine (BCG) as an
amendments. But, unless something Arkansas adopted a similar amend. recent dispatch from Rome, Italy, ing a agent against tuberculosis. Results we now have a large stock on hand at the lowest
la done about it, there will be more
ment at the same time Florida did brought the news that two German ate not available as yet but the prices in Okeechobee. .
amendments st the next election. The
generals were on trial for orderingthe
but the Arkansas amendment does outlook Is hopeful.
legislature, which meets next springs
massacre of 335 Italians In the
not bar the closed shop In itself but
seal sale In this
could time consideringan Since the first
Ardentlne Caves outside Rome in
simply authorizes the legislatuio to
amendment to end statewide voting laws to that effect.In March, 1944. I hope the German country, tuberculosis has dropped
on purely local question.-Arcadian. pass butchers will be given justice.It from first to seventh Place as cause Boromei Brothers

the recent elections, voters of was my sad experience to look of death, but it still kills at the rate
five other states ratified limitationson I
upon the mangled mutilated bodiesof of on! person every 10 minutes.
unions. Coliorado adopted an
How Communism WorksFor the 335 Italians DOLLARS ARE NEEDED
who were slaughtered YOUR Geno
amendment making the closed shop Boromei John Boromei
three- in reprisal for the ambush kill- FOR THIS GREAT CAUSE.Veterans -
illegal approved by
a prime example of Communist Ing of 32 German SS troops. The
fourths of the
revolutionary method. In the Balkans majority 335 murdered bodies were a horribly Proprietors
election. Kansas forbids closed shove
consider the speed and ease gruesome sight. Each of the Italians Corner
except when authorized by a majority
with which the Tito government put had been shot In the back of the .
of the employees concerned in a
through a bill nationalizing practically head the base of the skulL An - -- -
bargaining unit in a state-suporvlied near :r.r.J.'j: .:tt-r 1'1Tt, xnxnirt
the entire Yugoslav economy.It officer In charge of the bodies said
secret ballot election. Wisconsin and
was In November, 1942. that have similar the Germans who murdered the Italians How Can I get a certificate of

Tito made his first strong bid for Oregon provisions.The had placed Luger pistol to the I eligibility for a GI loan? May a vet.

power. Under hi. leadership the wave of strikes that during back of each victim's head, while his eran make larger payments on his

people of Yugoslavia were urged to the past year has crippled the na : hands were tied behind his back, and loan than his regular Installments
tion's economy, climaxed with the the when he Is able
join a national liberation movementto I pulled trigger.
drive the Germans from their recent coal strike, has so thoroughly About 30 heads had been severed Here are the answers to some of hrlstrn
aroused the public that Con country. A national council, composed from the bodies and were spread out the questions frequently
of Yugoslavs of various political certain to pass legislation designedto on tables The shriveled murdered Vterans Administration

faith met at that time, In a small curb the abuse of power by labor bodies were lying Inopen pine box Q.. If I take a Part time job, will
'. ,
leaders and the elimination of the "
Veterans Administration cut the .
coffins.' Most of them the
liberated .pot, and drew up a six- were so mutilated ; :
!"+ point program. Its second Point closed shop will be among the questions that they could not be Identi amount of subsistence I receive whilein

J. stated clearly that "Private property that will be given serious con fled school under the GI bill

h Is Inviolable and every opportunityIs sideration. Grief-stricken relatives of the A. No, as long as your subsistence
The significant thing I. that 1olor.Ida'i allowance and your wages togetherdo Is the
provided for Individual initiativeIn dead men still came to the caves in when all people'
Industrial and business enter. Attorney General led the way, search of their loved ones. Being not equal more than $200 a monthor

prl...." I and did so courageously and at the unable to Identify their father or $175 per month If you are with should be well dressed.In
risk of hi. political future Now the out dependents. Your subsistence allowance .
As the months passed and as theYugoslays brother, the sorrowing families of
I wisdom of his action Is being vindicated may be reduced as much a.neee..ry .
were strengthened by the murdered men had hung picturesof
and I. to meet this limitation,
public opinion more
American equipment which helped to I their dead on the walls of the making for Christ-
solidly behind him than ever:! before Q. Does the fact that I receive your plans
drive the Germans back, Tito became caves. Some of the picture were
i It Is generally believed that Tom other income have any bearing on
more solidly entrenched. His national Watson will be a candidate: for Governor wrapped in faded flowers. Tearstained the amount of compensation I getas mas do not overlook one of the
front drew another letters of farewell were pin
up program
In the next election and if he a veteran with a service connect. r
In August, 1945, which called ned to some of the pictures. Tender
is he'll be hard to beat. ed most
a man important items of the
for "the strengthening of the state messages of love and devotion were
And If Tom decided to ton his hat A. No.
sector of economy" the "develop. written across the bottom of some of
In the gubernatorial ring theN will Q. I have ben receiving unemployment Xmas that is
ment of cooperatives among peasants the pictures. The pictures indicatedthe I season, having your
allowance. Will this bar
be mad scramble for the post lie
and craftsmen" and "the recognition a dead men were wholesome, respectable
.f private ownership and Initiative now holds The first aspirant that citizens.A me from taking an educational courseor clothes properly cleaned and
the training and receiving
on job
has come to attention is Tom
within the framework of the my
priest who lived short
I a distance
subsistence at some future date?
Ferguson, veteran Miami Justice of
economic plan. So powerful was from the scene of the massacre said pressed.'
A. No. Receipt of l'eadJu.tmentallowance
the Peace, who I is being urged by
Tito, cowed the believers In
so were the Germans started shooting the
does not take any of the
friends throughout the state to become
real democracy, that his government Italians about 8 o'clock one night I
a candidate for Attorney Gen. benefits provided by the GI bill away
ws elected almost without oppositionIn and finished early the next morning.
November, 1945. eral In 1948 and Is said to be giving from you. However, veteran, cannot WE GIVE PROMPT SERVICE
He said the piteous screams of the receive subsistence and readlustment .
serious thought to the Idea.
Then, a week ago Thursday mornIng doomed men as they begged the Germans allowance at the same time.Q. .

the dagger was plunged In to I Ferguson was born on a farm In for mercy were heart-rending I.m.n honorably discharged

the hilt. The Yugoslav National Assembly Columbia county, 15 miles from Lake He said the screams and moans of veteran. How can I get a certificateof

received from Tito, without City and trudgged four miles daily the dying men could be heard thru eligibility for a GI loan?

advance warning, a bill calling for i, to a rural school to gain hi. curly out the night. A. An honorable discharged Is

the Immediate nationalization of all education. A man of moderate A young Italian ex-soldier, who considered a certificate of eligibility

private economic enterprise, public means aistenea Ferguson's of Tom'a mother father,mada at the ancriI in.- was In the Jail\ from which the 835 Q. May I make larger paymentson MODERN DRY CLEANERSPHONE

_____ I i -- victims were taken to be slaughtered, my GI loan than my regular Installments
I flees to give him( an education at the
told how the victim. were selected when I am able
University of Florida. The Institution
by the Germans. He said the Inmatesof A. Yea. You have the right to 95
waived scholastic requirementsto
permit Tom Ferguson to enter the the jail mostly political prisoners, repay at any time without premiumor
were lined up, himself Included, and fee the entire Indebtedness or any Okeechobee, Fla.
university at the age of 14. After
every third man was selected for part of your loan.
gaining his A.B. degree, he graduatedin
issasslnation. He himself happenedto
law and, by reason of an averagein
be number two, he left be.
so was Advertise in The News
both courses of more than 85, he hind when the 835 doomed men were t"1-l"'r'1"'M"'I"1"M"1"'t"1"'I"j'I"j L t !"'r1"'I"'r" I I I I I I , I I 1 I I
r I was awarded a degree of Juris Doc '
yf taken to death

rFRIENDS tor. A young man, who was In the cave I
I Following his graduation, Ferguson
searching for the body of his sister'shusband
engaged in the practice of law in told a sad story He said -f N y +'!/'. HOLY NIGHT !
Miami where he I is a member of the
Ills brother in law of :
- a man
risr* Dade County Bar Association: and 33 with two small children, had been a ; XSMLENT NIGHT .
t >rMu ClS Cir was President of the Florida Young
thrown In Jail by the German Gestapo
n T" > I Democrats In 1936-38. For the past
on some trumped
four years, he has been a delegate up
When all prisoners were lined up, he
to the Democratic National Conventiona -
happened to be a fatal number three 1 g1
from Florida. fourth -
| congresslonal /
his brains were blown out bya
i r !
| district, embracing Dade, Monroe n'r
* and Collier\ countlea.Ferrulon' Luger fired by a German I

I I This I victim had no Identification f
late father served as a I
on his body or In his clothing (It
Columbia county commissioner for
I was some two months after the massacre
sixteen years and the family was '
before the allies captured Rome
held in high esteem throughout I -
X X and discovered the murdered bodiesIn i
western Florida. With his wife and iI
" I the caves, and they were considerably ; II I
seven year old son, Tom Ferguson ChnstmasCHRISTMAS iI
t" Years and I decayed), his wife and +
A limy came years resides at 1543 N. W. South River so
brother In law hadn't been able to iI I
r .....1 ,.. but :Bantu Claus U with Drive, Miami. He is a strong campaigner claim his body for burial. r
and a good vote getter and
lie's The Italian told how he and
us forever ruining uganl would prove a formidable candidate young I I
I ill sister had searched through 335 IS
.i)I.i.! year, .with a full nuik. So should he decide to run. HERE !t
l mangled, decaying bodies, and exam.

.wrrp out your chimney. and Ined the many human heads spread

out on the tables, In a vain effortto 85 It's in the music of the cherished
art mil.tar. the jolly visitor, NOTICE INDER: FITITIOfS: NIME
LAW ; find their loved one He ssid the 4

also Lao hail l uprrial. orders from TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN two little children of the dead man carols like

Notre Is hereby given that the under- were told by their mother that their hovering a benediction
u4 to lili'sn your Inline with a aliened pumunot to the "Flctltunns daddy in the J'
Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175. away war.
trtf Merry Oifl-tiiiiM. Chapter 2WW Laws of Florida Acts Similar atrocities might have oc over the bustling crowds. \

of 1941. will register with the Clerk of curred In America had the Germans
the Circuit Court In and for Okwhobee ,
X XBurgess County, Florida, upon receipt of made It across the Atlantic We Time for
K-oof of the publication of thin untie, should be always grateful to the ;' 55 us to send you our best'

the flrtltlou name, to-wltl OKEECHO brave who defeated the Germans

I .BEE." are MOTOR enjaj.d COMPANY In hunlness, under In the which City 3,000 miles men from our' homes. We I ;;4fJ.> wishes for the happiest Christmas

Supply of Okrerhnbee Florida. should keep in mind that if a third ..:! ,

"bunlneus That' the nterprls parties, Interested are .. follow.In said world war should be allowed to breakout "' r' have known. \

/, K. M. Me.ene.r million. of Americans may be . you ever

i Company Claude Holcomb, searching for the bodies of their
Dated at nkeerhnhee County, Florida,
loved .
r November 271 b, 1946. one


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DECEMBER 20 1940
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Safety Should Be LAWS FOR
Board of HealthTo NURSE LOSES FAT
; HERE ARE SOME Watchword In The SOUGHT BY COOKS ? Battle. High ..,.............xwdee ',:j

Home For Ralph Cooksey, recently elected I I&- ':. :
Holidays dent of the Florida Wildlife Death Rate :=tr::...... ."
deration, elated this week that his ,
organisation would take the lead Instate I ere w NeDialler .
c.c.Hard to Get The American home Is particularly a wide effort to bring about The J.r'
vulnerable to accidents of all kinds more diligent effort In law' enforce- I Florida State Board of Health Z
through Us
during the Christmas and New Year's mont by the State Conservation DeMrtinent local health departments I
holidays. Conditions peculiar to these and he has Issued a canto : Is poised to give battle to the high I A tneere.acae ...d1IIIa
holldsye need not, however Introduce the Sportsmen and death rate among Negro mothers and IoDeS
additional the their babies during the coming year. : 4 A VU;_ J
haiards Into home If late
Florida .
to unite In a - .
program 1. "
It Is
ITEMS reasonable care la exercised. The for the of an unhappy tact that the Negro : A
protection Florida wildlife.At -
I following Is a home safety program mortality rate Is the cause of the ....d.'t elet...... f..o t
suggested to help you observe Christmas a recent meeting In Orlando! high death rate among Florida moth
festivities and celebrate the advent the Federation passed a resolution ers where childbirth Is concerned. DRUG SUNDRIESTear
; ec tt -tCtttCt: ( of the New Year In comparative condemning the lack of enforcement Therefore, both public health ohvslclans oat this Adr. M a reminder.
.\ by the State Conservation Depart.. and nurses are pledged to
safety.FIRST SAFETY incur Its director and Its agents des help control, through regular checkups .
New Pajamas Several I 1, ties decorations and Christmas mended the suspension of the dlrto- and Instructions the causes
Styles tree trimmings that are fire resistant tor and urged the Governor for more which last year claimed 11 Negro
llllgent' effort In enforcing state mother out of every one thousand
Men's Riding Pants I I, Do not expose any Jeoontloni lave psrttlnlnt to fish I end onirratlon > live blrthi during or because of child
c to contest with dtotrlt light bulbs / birth. v
or with open lames from oandloj or Cooksey It calling en all sportsmen No effort will tie spared to brine w
Jackets To MatchMen's. flreplaeli for Information that may be used every Negro expectant mother, who
8. Dispose of wrapping paper from II evld.nc.'whloh shows the lack of Is not under the care of a private ,
gift Packages at once by burning or proper Instruction to conservation physician, under the supervision n-
Cowboy Boots by placing In a metal waste can until agents lack of cooperation with In- the local health departments All
.. 1t can be removed from the premises. ivlduals and organisations, lack of patients who are under the care of L
l sslstance In prosecuting eases han- mldwlves-and approximately 9.000
Men's' Athletic Shirts and Shorts 4. Give your children toy that dIed or brought to trial by agent, babies ,were delivered by midwives
are fire safe; If electrical toys are and such other definite facts for last year-will not only be given the lAI ,
bought, look for the seal of approvalof backing up the resolution. benefit of a wide Instructional pro.

Underwriters' Laboratories. "We don't want hearsay," Cooakseyaid. gram but will have regular check
5. Inspect portable' electric cords 'We must have concrete evidence ups by the health department Physicians. CHRISTMASGREETINGS
and discard those that are frayed backed .
by : These
Full Fashioned Hose I and worn. Do not place cords under should be addressed to your president Highlighting the state's 1946
Rayon where educational
... rugs or they may be tripped Ralph Cookiey Florida Wilds
I 6. Keep your fire, extinguisher efforts In teaching prospective
life Federation 917 Arlington Ave.,
I mothers to
care for themselves thru
handy to put out small fires that may I I
North, St. Petersburg, Florida." .
unavoidably occur. proper diet clothing and daily personal Christian lights shed
$,1.00'pre I 7. Provide a number of ample ashtrays hygiene habits I Is the Alachua a glow unknown .
They will help protect furnl OVERPAYMENTS TO County Gainesville Health Department at: at any other time iiIj
I ture from burn scars and reduce the ol the year
I danger of careless smoking and use VETERANS MAY Here, at least 20 mothers to be attend I. The same lights

: tC wa "sq'"aa'roe"saa tft te-tc of FALLS matches.AND OTHER ACCIDENTS BE UNDER LAW 346On tive weeks a class, when weekly they for receive four consecu a certiflcat -, after Christmas,
| 1. Before trimming the Christmastree Indicating their attendance,I I have lost their charm

fasten It securely so It will not August 9, 1946, a ceiling was The classes run continuously, belntr to, you see
.1' fall and cannot be knocked over. Use placed on the amount of earning repeated every four weeks THs}\ will I it is really the
THE FAIR a ladder, not a chair, to stand upon. a veteran could obtain under Pub be true In all other local health departments I Christmas spirit
2. Beware of toya that have sharp lie Law 348 on the Job training when personnel prmlts. that lights our homes!
.. cutting edges or exposed moving) Married veterans could not have a It Is known that a large portion of We wish r:1:
parts In which fingers, might be Halarled or work Income of over the 77 Negro mothers who died from you ..
And All Kinds Gift Items caught. $200 per month while single veterans puerperal causes last yeal' could have every happiness
j 3. Do not allow very young children were not allowed to make been saved had they received proper this Christmas season
to play with electrical toys or more than $176 monthly. 'Prenatal care and instruction I of 1946.
toys; which may be dangerous because
However, the Veterans Administration Prenatal clinics In the local health
rrtte-:; : ::: : :qrt: 1'T-r""rTT"M""T"'T1""f"jT the they do do not not understand understand their their use.use. I continued to pay sub departments are conducted by the
alstance allowances on the basin ol health officer or ,
private physicianpaid
4. Have the children
pick toys
in an orderly fashion every up nigh originally estimated earnings. In by county or state funds. There, R. B. Meserve
while the Christmas ,tree I la November It called for a report ol{ expectant mothers are given routine
up earnings of all the checks and assisted
on job tralneeewIth In securing medical
people will not trip and fall over
them. | the purpose of adjusting pay and dental supervision. They INSURANCE
6. outside manta to the new law. are urged to continued their visits
Keep steps and walk
Tidqd of Tree from trash so guests unfamiliarwith In most cases it has been discovered until they are dismissed with a clean Phone 140
bill of heatlh. "
them will not be endangered. that veteran trainees have been
,jl ( 6, Outside lighting displays should overpaid, and that therefore funds The Importance of mothers bring '.
Gnat JoyGREE'TIMGS be Installed by a competent electrf are owing to the government. Information log their children Into the well baby I|I
clan, If any special connections o:f has just been received by clinics at their local health department 1
extensions of wiring are needed. your county service officer thai was also stressed. Periodically Starts Relief In o second
7. Christmas tree ornaments often these overpayments may be waived the children should receive a general ,from All 6 ; ,
are made of very thin glass which f li All veterans who are now In receiptof check up and they should be Immunized t usual'i'it'. '
I.f. capable of Inflicting nasty wounds, on the job training are requested against _whooping cough dip I
H Broken decorations of this nature to contact the county service officeifor theria and tetanus between three and UI."' 4
should be cleaned up and disposed o f particulars You are asked to six months of age. Later on, they ,.. COLD ...'Alit'ION
without delay to prevent accidents bring a. copy of your C-number should be immunized against small fTAtllTI Ok LIQUIDCaullaiuIakaeab j
.df Let's make this an "accident free"vacation (claim number) with -you. pox. \ ...
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D a a o o Regular ScheduleThis


'Music and song and happiness everywhere! ,.-
was revealed In figures re- ,
windows trees brilliant with eased Monday by McGregor Smith
green president of the Florida Power and
Light Company, which showed that t( tt 4'-l( Z

,; glowing,bulbs, all contributing to the grandsum electricity consumption Is greaternow .1
than It
was at the height of the
season last year In February
total of Christmas. '
1 The power company president said
that Its system peak last Friday
J night was 236,000 kilowatts, the high-
It's fine to celebrate Christmas again eat ever, which exceeded the mid. Merry
1 season peak last year by 20,000 kilowatts

.' this season of 1946, fine to have finished New, customer connection., another ,

; barometer, showed 20,000 more customers
:" another year in this community of happy year. today than at this time last

"Florida's growth Is vividly reflected Christmas
4 homes and friendly people. In these statistics," Smith said i1
"; It pointed out that an even greater
total will be shown when his com-

i 1 : To Each and All We Wish for puny serving la able new to get construction scarce materials"The '

scarcity of copper wire, poles and

t. A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS new transformers connections has slowed even down though these the To All i

1 company Is fine combing the nation \
, .! for these Items and has brought
i poles in from as far a. Washing
... ton.; 1
; I But along with the optimistic out- -
look for season business, there camea .
, Raulerson Store ..
Department warning that scarcity of transform- 2Cec tCtt
era may cause a serious problem In
event of a cold snap !t
': i Smith explained that transformersare "
used to reduce the electric cur \I'
rent from the high voltage to low (
I Ii < for home use. When these transformers .
: are overloaded by too much "
use of electricity In a given neigh
hood they burn out and must be replaced CHILDREN ROCKERS ELECTRIC BROILERS''

"In .normal times there Is no dit.flculty' BLACKBOARD SETS ELECRIC ROASTERETTES I
i ri ; he said "but now there art 1 '
Staney'sRADIO not enough transformers availablefor HIKE BIKES ELECTRIC HEATERS
very many replacements. We are
I discouraging use of electric heaters ELECTRIC JUICERS
If a cold spell comes, householder ROCKEEJUMPEESTROLLING
should make sure that the heater ELECTRIC I
and the electric stove HORSE SHAVERS
are not In use
RADIO AND APPLIANCE at the same time for that would put
i too heavy a load on the transformer SCOOTERS HOT PLATES-Single and
which cannot be replaced. If the Double
SERVICE lights In your house'rrow dim ,that'
\{t a i sign the load Is getting too heavy CHAIR RADIOS BATTERY and
4 l and you should turn off your elec.
heating appliances ELECTRIC
The power company president said
order but scarcity of material. make
their early delivery highly Improb ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS Single and Automatic
able. .

plants take hold, not for the POPULAR HILLBILLY
sake of staying, but, only that they I Miscellaneous Small Toys COLOREDN,5"
LOCATED IN may climb higher so It Is with men.
I world ,more frequently recompenses
J the appearance of merit, than P
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Better Schools'lim I FISH EXPERT PUZZLE I


Of ParentTeacherAss'n t Okeechobee

BERRY Fish experts, who delve Into the
For The StateThe mysteries of the habits of aquatic
life, are puitled as to how -and why Armature Shop;
ao many of the larger salt water fish,I!
FUNERALHOME life the Snook measuring UP to 8V4
Florida Congress of Parentsand feet long and weighing around 25
Teachers came out at ita recent Nature's Flan Bowlat
convention for a comprehensive planon liomossa Spring

school Improvement. These ideas, Pony! of these and other varlet'en:
Incorporated In the organisations can Ic seen In this basin any da>'
resolutions, will be the basis of study and time of The Appliances Ranges Motors Etc.
of the Tear any day. -:- -:- ,
and work for the coming by
year basin is part of the rockbottom
the local parent-teacher unlit, Mra springs forming the head waters of House Wiring Factory Power
J. Floyde Griffin, Tampa, state prea- ,
Licensed Funeral Director the Homossa River, which flows Into
Ident laid. They will appear In detail
the Gulf of Mexico nine miles away Estimates Given
in the January Florida Parent. Cheerfully
The llomoiia River li open ta cOin.
Teacher, the official organ, edited mo'elal fishermen who flan It with
by MM. L. H. Qlbbi, Orlando.The s.lnas! their
spreading nets arms
1 reeommtndatloni art slfntfl. the nsrrowi and dragging tho bottom ALL, WORK GUARANTEED '
AMBULANCE SERVICE tint because they are the volet oi Notwithstanding this snooker /
more than 600 delegates who flPrt- other variety of lars salt water r
t sent 104,441 members throughout the fish, which must Urn. into this bfttln PHONE IBS
state. The delegates lit thais sights from the Oulf, an .u.IYlVer o,u,ht
high and demanded schools and oolleges In the river The supposition I II thtth.y Markham
for Florida ".. good ai any must use subterranean streams Building
Pahokee Phone 2301Belle Glade Phone 247
to be found in the They flowing from the basin tq the Gulf.
called specific attention to the workof
This Nature's' Fish Bowl) la a crystal
the advisory committees which
I have turned their recommendation clear fresh water basin, having
an entire rock bottom ranggintf hem
over to tho citizen committee.The
10 to 45 feet In depth. As there is
P. T A. plan Includei!
1. Non-aalaned school boards of little or no vegetationgrowing here
for vegetarlanly Inclined fish to feed f,1
five to nine memberi nominatedfrom totlte
on and! the carnlverous fish seldom
district but elected by the
I disturb the smaller fish while In the
county at large. basin the premise for considering it
2. Superintendent qualified by
college training. a feeding ground would seem exploded s "WcMistitias
A* these fish are seen here at +
8. At least $200 a month for ,
all seasons of the It cannot be
teachers for 12 month. and more for
supposed that they here to :
come -]
those with experience; higher teaching
t.tcrru spawn. One theory is that these -
standards security for teachersand
fish gather a sort of barn at 13 or
better recognition for the
pro. I
parasite In the salt water which
rnukcs them uncomfortable and they
4. Immediate establishment of aprogram
come to these crystal clear fresh
providing for all' essential.
water spring. to rid of them. No
( services, Including school buildings
Uljnstmasfu 6. Junior colleges and kindergartens positive evidence of this, however,
lias been found.
available In all communities
Hundreds and hundreds of fish of
The state program to be extended to
enable counties to finance teachingof some thirty varieties, both fresh and I
l art music and phyaical education salt water habitants, can be seen
and to provide library service and Humming or lolling around at any
: 'YOU: 0 Christmas is not all tinsel and tissue
Increased use of audio-visual aids,. time in Nature's Fish Bowl and the or
situation has outstanding Ichthyologists -
radios movies and the press.
6. Better guidance. really Puzzled. colored lights and merriment. It has a

7.8. Federal A state school adult educational aid pro ONLY $13 PAID ON deeper significance, rooted in the long gone

gram.The Congress advocated Improve- UNEMPLOYMENDURINGTHE past, which sets it high above all other holidays .,

ment In the following phases of life:
of the
Home and Family-that parents
strengthen family bonds. The community
-stronger child welfare law; Unemployment compensation payment 0 It is our hope that this blessed season
FROMOkeechobee Improved child labor law.; clean and in Okeechobee county duringthe
satisfying recreation; better housing week ending Dec. 7 amounted to will bring to,your home not only the festive

health libraries; understanding M3 and were made to one person,
treatment of wayward children. Carl B. Smith, chairman of the Flor joys of Yuletide but that deep inner peace
Spiritual Educ.tlon.pedal attention ida Industrial Commission reported.

Motor Co. to the need of religious spiritIn Throughout the state, he said, payment which essentially a part of Christmas.
the home. Health and Safetythe totalling $63,718.60 were madeto ,

group endorsed the Governor'shealth 3,734 persons, 2193 men and 1,641
program, urged more federal women This was an increase overpayments
l. aid for treatment of mental illness, of $$52,396 made the previous .
more help by the government In den- week.
SALES SS SERVICEU tal aid and aid for pregnant and Compensated unemployed in this WISE GROCERY & MARKET
1 nursing mothers, better care of thehandicapped
county, registered as out of work
better nutritional tr.lnIng
TIRES PUROIL through no fault of their own ..ndavall.bl.
and continued promotion of the I
for suitable employment,
school lunch. Highway safety and v
"Where Service Is A Fact"d driver training. World Understanding were classified as telephone operator.

-support of the United Nations ,

.,} organization, and its auxiliary groupa. 11Jl11JJ11J! iIIlIlIIllIlIIP :'>\I111I11I11111I r.>J !1JJIJJ1I1JJ1 mmrrmr rlIT11TI1rre!!! ll1Uflrmn IIIIIIIIIIIil: J ''IIIIIIIIIIIIII!,;,] IIIIIIIIIIIIII!,;,] .
/! Digest of RecfentOpinions

i.' I Naas 40,000 Attorney-General By The Arcade Men's Shop

Conservation officers who arrest ,
hunters for violating game laws are
not entitled to mileage for their
,,1 SMDICAL travels where the hunter Is not con.
vlcted and he I. not transported by
GOOD JOBS the officer, rules Attorney GeneralJ.
haven't found
Ft Tom Watson County Judge R. M. you everything you want in Okeechobee to complete -

ca Harris of Hendry county asked for your Christmas needs you will find our store a food shopping -
the opinion because a conservation place for quality gifts and wearing apparel.
officer arrested three hunters for
WE having unplugged gun., took $26
'bonds from each and left them to
RPM NAGS continue hunting, later turning In a

A MONTH request for mileage expense .

C. D. Crews of Arcadia wrote At. BOTANY PRODUCTSWe
torney General J. Tom Watson that
he was elected constable of District have 100
gone per cent Botany because
1 In DeSoto county last month, but
the legislature of 1945 apparently had I found Botany products honestly made and

i When abolished all justice of the peace reasonably '
somebody says to you, "Good jobsare districts in the county and the constables priced.. '"
hard to find"-DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT-if you're with them. "Can they do this

J I a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34 to me," was the gist of Crews' Inquiry BOTANY ROBES
inclusive! .
Watson replied that the state constitution BOTANY TIES
In your new Regular Army, 40,000 good jobs a monthare apparently Intended to give BOTANY MUFFLERS

opening up .'interesting jobs that pay well . that to the legislature the authoriy to
offer advancement, career opportunities and training and abolish all justice of the peace districts BOTANY BRAND 500 SUITS, but

experience in many useful skills and trades. by "one fell swoop" thus eliminating not many suits available now.

e ,/'' New higher Army pay . food, clothing, quarters, 194S act the abolishing constables them too.In DeSot If the ; Ji *.',

'r travel, at no extra cost. GI Bill of Rights educational county la constitutional, the attorney GIFT SUGGESTIONSKINGS
N ;e' benefits for those who enlist before the official termination general concluded that justices of the .

,,\\1 of the war and serve at least 90 days . and the oppor. peace and constables do not exist In

I.? tunity for early retirement with a life income add up DeSoto county. MEN TOILETRIES ,:;;.

\ {' ; to a career you can't afford to miss. SPORTS JEWELRY ,
: .
v City Judges cannot act as committing '
A 3-year enlistment permits you to choose any branchof magistrates for those accusedof WESTERN BELTS :,

service and overseas theater which still have openings. breaking state laws, Attorney SILVER BELT BUCKLE SETS ". .
" General J. Tom Watson has advised '
t Go after one of these good jobs now I You can get all Municipal Judge Ed Lake of West ... BILLFOLDS A

I the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Stationt Palm Beach. TRAVELING'SETSLUGGAGE I. ,_

and ENLIST NOW I Jurisdiction and powers of city : ..
courts have been limited, observed ,

* * * * * * * * * * the attorney general ,and do not per. MORE THAN 2000 TIES ..V
mit such judges to hear state law .1 ; .

t NEW, HIGHER PAY FOR ARMY MEN MT MONTNLY MMINTliAMnoilifoa' violations. $1 lto$7 .

Lidijii Clothes ind Midlul C>i %'?' INCOMI APTMIArmy \
ray ...' r....' County judges are not authorizedto :W
err r. JO Tie to TYE & LISK Ties
9 on
In Addition to Column On. Master M.nt" .rr/e./ S.v// buy cabinets 'for safe-keeping of,
It the Rlhtl 10'7. In' Sergeant
9.rrke OPvero or First Sergeant $16'.00 $107.2' $185.6) probate record., even though the '
.uareas.SO county commissioners refuse to make 'I
: rncr.M:; T.chnical 13'-00 87.7' 151.88
, t $50 t Sergeant such purchase, says Attorney Gen
:, IL tt Glider M.mb.r Cr.:.. Plying 3a0: PaMoneh or Stall Sergeant 11'-00 74.7' 129.38 eral J. Tom Watson I .

for P..hutlsts Sergeant . 100.00 6'.00 112.0 He stated that a county judge had '
(Not In Plyln-pay 8tau.) advised him that he had no fire proof
Whrl Hn.d P.r. Corporal 90.00 '8.0 101.2' '
chute Duty. aye"upon Incr.... Private First CIa.. 80.00 2.00 90.00 vault to store probate record., and TYE & LISK ,
In P.yor Elch a y.... that the county commissioners refuse -
of "I Private . . 7'-00 48.7' 84.38 ed to purchase a cabinet for their I ,

* . * * * * -" '., safe keeping. The attorney general 115117.119 North 4th Street
\ rGOD- 10. 'fO."il. ff pointed out that It is the duty of "
Itiran fo Guy Lamktrdo. "Sound Off" the county commissioners to provide Ii FORT PIERCE M' y ; =
'Wwtltrt 01 *t.c.," "Ko/c. .l Me A,,,,,," U county offices with necessary supplies FLORIDA t'
",roody/ W. Hill," and '00'.." ,,..d..,,. .f : and that a taxpayers' suit '
on your adios elf 004' t"fI' might force the county commissioners Phone 210

"". .iuU" ,o" ,1. w. to safeguard the county judge' records. :

True merit, like a river, the deeperit ,

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Our SchoolOur dritiih: Pension Minister Visits Paraplegic Ward HEAVY DEMAND AND 1llfil lWllllIlW<.IIIIWIIIWII:!


ichool this week ti a chil EXPECTED IN 1947 IN BUYING PROPERTY

dren's paradise. If one could go

from room to room In the elementary tis Continued strong demand for farm OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE
building they would be amazed at > at least
products, through the first
the trouble and time that has been 4.Y, half of 1947 at somewhat lower SWRE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE

expended In malting each room a Joy prices is foreseen In the agricultural ,AN ABSTRACT PREPARED-
to Itt oceupanti. And the teachers outlook, according to Dr. C. V, Noble,
aren't entirely responsible. Those agricultural economist with the
children have worked like little Tro- State Agricultural Extension Service Okeechobee Abstract
jam to make their room attractive The economists believe that moue CompanyJ.
and they have made little gifts for R ,a { nonagricultural 'goods will become

some of the parent Into which. have available during the year, thus L. BARBER, Manager
gone all the love of their hearts, ae 9 c z9 giving people something besides
well at the care and patience of farm products to take up their fOl Oi 91RrRf1D31ft7ttftRlxntDtritDi93lOttlt7ClgSl9r3ttlitlOStlf! !ntlRlftlRng1gkTH

which we have) probably not thought incomes. Both domestic and foreign
them capable. The Christmas tress r demand are expected to continue \

are beautiful with their decorations good, and prices, while lower
made by the children themielvei. ... . ". ... .y .. than for 1946 should average ,
And art they proud Just pay their .... : : : nearly twine at high. at during IMMEDIATEJELIVERY I
room a visit and watch them beamat : 19S8-8I.
thl sltfhUst word of praise They 41;. Demand for fresh and processed

deserve all the Pratt we can give i citrus fruit It sxpeatsd to continue
them for their lives are all\ too full strong through 114147.It prloei
ef "oan'ti" and "donti. to growers are expected to average 4 Cycle Gas Power Lawn Mowers

Some of the children are wonder. lower
Ing why they can't bring their teach. "; Some winter truck crops are expected Electric: Power Lawn Mowers
er a present for Christmas It mightbe .. .. to encounter trouble If pro
well to explain to the parents that duction continues at 1946 levels Potatoes
this was requested by the teachers the economists say will\ be Regular Lawn Mowers

themselves, to avoid possible hurt In distress if production Is not low.
feelings on the part of any child, a* t Bred Reductions are suggested also Easy to start-Easy to operate'HUMPHRIES
there might be some whose parents In acreage devoted to celery and watermelons -.

are not able to afford as much as and spring plantings of
they would like, ao in faculty meeting "" cucumbers and peppers.
It was voted that the teacher put !'' While a alight national Increase In TIRE & APPLIANCE CO. i

her name in the box, along with the \ cotton acreage appears desirable, the
Florida will continue to decline
pupils and only the child who drew < acreage
her name should bring a gift for her j... because other crops can be pro- Fort Pierce, Florida

The teacher In turn of course, draws -Yew... IdaomW.h.,, Pt.e duced on the land at higher profits.

one of the pupils names. A Christmas Sir Wilfred Paling (left), Minister of Pensions for Great Britain, watches a para Demand for .flue-cured tobacco continues .
party on Friday afternoon is to patient's exercises la regain use of hit legs recent visit to the strong.Farmers :
be the teacher's gift to the room. Veterans Administration Hospital at Richmond, duringa, In the picture, have been receiving
The writer has an apology to maketo from left la right, are the Biltlih Pension Minister, Hospital, Manager Edmund est prices on record for hl&'h'l
high school as it has been learned M. Ellenon and L. tiettl. products during the last half of

since last week's column that some and good prices will continue_ .
of the rooms are drawing names and r the first half of 1947 the economists

observing Christmas, each In its own warding business which carries on predict. Domestic demand for
way. And there is a Christmas tree Very Truly YoursDEAR valuable research which gives employment dairy products will continue strong
through the first half of the year
to be seen here and there and plentyof when employment la short
and decline In the latter half they
Christmas spirit. God grant that FRIENDS: and which Provides welfare funds r
we never grow too old to realize for its workers and in say
may other
On the ninth many
and tenth, I spent A strong demand for meat la
true of
and practice the meaning .
two most Interesting days visitingIn foreseen through the first three
Christmas. West aim Beach conferring with board asked me whether I quarters of the year, with prices Inline r 1'a
public officials and private citizens would favor repeal of the Wagner with demand. Continuation of
LLOYD HERRIN NEW about matters of Interest to them. Act and I stated that I would not, improved pasture establishment at
On the 10th, I had the privilege of because the Wagner Act affords necessary the rate of 60,000 acres a year la
PRESIDENT FLORIDA addreasing a large meeting of the and Just protection to labor recommended, as I. Improvement of
West Palm Beach club whereI and, to the working people generally,
PRESS ASSOCIATIONLloyd I Rotary established pasture by re-seeding
who the backbone of the nation.
discussed efforts to bring abouta are
my or re-sodding where needed, mowing
better understanding between the I stated however that If there were
and fertilizing.
Herein, publisher of the amendments offered to this Act, 946
United States and Russia and all Farm wage rates will\ probably
Callahan News, was elected president other countries, In order that we which were just and fair, or If any average 5 percent 'higher than the
of the Florida Press Association at other legislation affecting labor were
look future of
might peace outlook
upon a Present record rates, the
the annual convention held In Miami Just and fair, I would give it honest
and not have'to go through the agonies report Indicates. The feed supplyIs
recently. and of another and open-minded. consideration. Of i
anguish war.I larger and of better quality I than
Other officers elected .were: course I believe in both labor and
Franklin Fitzgerald, Observer, stated that it would be''my policyIn management keeping its contracts In 194546. Larger quantities of
the new Congress to regard alf fertilizer and lime are available,
Beach, vice president. LoyalFri.bl.
Daytona I dont want to see either group Impose
., Democrat, Bartow, second legislation strictly on merit. When on the other and I want to see, but more are being used In the
the Republicans good legislation Corn Belt and Lake States. JOIN WITH OS
vice president. Russell Kay, Florida propose as do all of us, high production and ,
would it, and If Labor difficulties reduced produce
1 they
Newspaper News, Tampa, was reelected support prosperity for both business and labor
secretarytreasurer.Directors offer legislation detrimental to the and the general public. tion of farm machinery and equipment ---
and security and well beingof during the first half of 1946
appointed by President This Is written from Tampa whereI
Herrin for the coming year are the people oppose it. I also voiced shall be today and tomorrow but production rose during the thirdquarter. to Let us toss our cares out the
is expected
that Machinery
the Republicans
News, Stuart my hope I wish the time take
Edwin A. Menninger ; next you a
Luther Jones; Herald Belle Glade would not allow this country to drop vacation, you would consider spend range a little higher in price in 1947. window. It's Christmas! Join

Polly Rose Balfe Redland District into the abyss of another depression ing that vacation traveling over' our
but if a depression began to GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK with in the .
News, Homestead; Fred Orr, Wettnt Great Stateof Florida. It Is a us celebrating glorious
._ r New p p.fUnion..' Ocala A.P. appear upon the. horlzon,.would set wonderful trip for you and I hope I
Cooke, Courier, Plant City Merle In motion through the government, you will take It soon If. you have not holiday.
Holderman, ,Tribune Cocoa; R. H. forces that would tend to prevent It had It../ I .J'..
Berg, Jr., News New Smyrna Beach; or to soften its blow. Very truly yours, How vain, without the merit, Is the 'i .1'
Eugene S. Matthews, Jr., Telegraph, The afternoon of the 10th, I attended CLAUDE PEPER name! -The Iliad of Homer ,. AnJmerry C/lJlmaJ
Starke and Kenneth McGowan Times, with some 2,000 citizens along
the East Coast, a public hearing before r5
Qulncy. the Army engineers In behalfof Consciousness of right doing bringsits TO YOU

the opening of the San Sebastian Church CalendarCHURCH'OF own reward but not amid the
IN THE CIRCtlT COURT IN AND should be smoke of battle Is merit seen and
Inlet. This Inlet certainly
FOR appreciated by lookers-on.
,MAUlS THOMPSVN. PLAINTIFF The 11th and 12th, I spent in Jack -Mary Baker Eddy
Parrott Avenue
SAMfKL D. THOMPSON DKFKN- sonville.\ There I met with the city f
DANT. commission with the Chamber of Rev. H. p, Gainer, Pastor CHURCH OF GOD

BILL NOTICE FOR TO DIVORCE APPEARTO Commerce Board of Directors and Vernon Wright, Supt. Sunday School Rev William Lyles Pastor PARK DRUG COMPANY

: Samuel D. Thompson, saw many delegations of citizens Sunday school, 10 a.m. .
Address. Unknown Among the delegations calling on me Sunday services. : Preaching service 11 am. and 7:15:
You are hereby required to file your PHONE 17
appearance with the clerk of the above was a large delegation representing Church school, 10 a. m. p.m. each Sunday,
court before the Rule Day the veterans. I told them that I
styled on or Preaching service, 11 a.m.
i Young peoples' servloe Thursday
In January. A. D. 1947 the Sanaa beingtbe would try to prevent handicapped
of complaint Otb day of filed said month herein,. to otherwisethe the bill I veterans from'being let out of work, Preaching service 1 p.m evening, 7:15: p.m:

allegations of said bill of complaintwill In case employees had to be laid off, Young People meeting, Monday ,
be taken aa confessed by you that I was going to demand an investigation evenings, 1 p.m. ---- ---- --
This order to be publsbed once a
week for four consecutive weeks. commencing of the whole veterans'housing Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings
November 29tb 1940 In tbe program when Congress convenes 7 o'clock.
Okeerbobee In Okepchobee News, a County newspaper, Florida published and that I did not favor at the Sunday Dec. 22 will\ be Christmas

Dated at Okeerbobee Florida this present time the removal of aU'con. Sunday and the children will present: ,
the 27th day. of November, 1946.SEAL trols on rent. I did state publicly, a program in the morning Duringthe ;rA
( ) MABLE P. HAUIERSON. however, that there were cases evening worship service the
Clerk Circuit Court Okee- where rent adjustment could fairlybe young people will have charge of the J.
cbobee County Florida made In favor of the landlord andI service and give the Christmas storyIn
Connie W. Raulerson D. C.
(i. C. DURRANCB wanted the local rent authorities, readings and songs.METHODIST ,
Attorney,for the Plalntff aided by local citizens' committees,
t.A hAve authority to make such ad-

justments.The;;; CHURCH

board of directors of the Rev. 'W. R. Howell, Pastor
Chamber of Commerce wanted to
s 5 a know whether I favored removal of Clifford Boyles, Supt. Sunday School

federal controls on business I statedI
Sunday I
did favor removal of all wartime
controls on business and I wanted to Sunday school 10 a.m.

,..weTwA3 see our economy become fr>e again Preaching service 11 a.m.
to the fullest possible extent. I said Young peoples' service 6:30 .

however, that I did not feel that we Preaching service, 7:30.
could remove controls on commercial SPIRIT OF CHRISTMASi
construction until the home building Preayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:00

program, particularly for veterans pm.Choir I i i

got further along. I told the board, practice, Wednesday, 7:45
however, that I did feel It properfor and Saturday 7
'THEWIGHT home construction of any sort Communion service p.m first SundayIn 1 T H . faith in' our homes and community
BEFORE to be permitted that is, If a veteran
( month.On .
could either himself build or get '
somebody else to build for him, other Thursday evening Dec. 19th . faith in the future. faith in men
than"he government, a home cost'ing the Sunday school department will. I
more than $10,000 he should b.permltt.d have the Christmas tree and accompanying -

to do so. program for the kiddles of good will eternally this is the essence
I advised the chamber that I was Everyone Is Invited.On .
against Communistic Infiltration In Sunday evening Dec. 22 the

I May the government, that I favor, as far choir will present the cantata"Chrl.tmu the Christmas
of season.
as possible the balancing of the )Bells.. ,
federal budget and also the reduction

CHRISTMASBring of Income taxes, but I added that .
we have a big national debt and we BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
must begin to reduce that and I do C. H. Elland, Pastor v'
not want the national defense or other : 0. L. Raulerson Supt. Sunday School : CHRISTMAS should be a time of joy and we
You necessary governmental servicesto !

taxes be impaired.are to be Moreover reduced, If I wanted Income I I Church Sunday services school, 10 a.m. . hope that this Christmas of 1946 will be

JOY the poor to get the first benefit of Preaching service, 11 a.m.
the reduction and I do not Just favor ;
reducing taxes on those of high( I Income I Training Union 6,30: p.m. rich in good cheer and true happiness for
without giving I consideration to Preaching service, 7:30: p.m.

AND GLADNESS the burden of the people who need Prayer meeting, Wednesday 'evening '-"

the most informed help.the chamber also thatI I II' 7:30 p.m.Pr.praatlonl ,. all who read this ,message.
are under way for the .
in local self government In
Christmas cantata to be presented t.
local governemnt can %
all cases where Dec 22. The hour of this programhas
adequately deal with problems presented I not been decided but announce *'. *. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR YOU *
Mixon Garage I but that certain problemswere ment of same will be made at a .. "
national in character like the I later 'date.
national defense and many other
Elvis Mixon, Prop. t matters that would have to be dealt I II I BURNEY- KELZ CO.
the national government. I
Phone 132 I Informed the chamber also that I beI .
j, W H. Harden Pastor
have In the principle of incentivs.taxation I
I for business, that Is, re- Services every fourth Sunday
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Name and cozy Toasted Muffins Beverage G
Address kitchen. Jars of Baked Pears Cookies

Ik Jelly buttery For transparent fabrics such as This active fresh yeast goes right to work, gives

decorated cookies Christmas Cookies. chiffon light-weight rayon, fine you full value because it'i full strength. And bread

that simply (Makes 6 dozen cookies) dimity and lace use cotton or silk made with Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast tastes
Gas on Stomach ltth first SH! cups flour thread in number 100 or 150, a
bite or crunchy hand sewing needle sweeter is lighter more tender.If .
Wned I.S mutes Dr doubl.your lIIOII.r back 1 teaspoon baking powder number ten ,
W..n. _._acld..._ lcfolwffo.aIce. candy and popcorn balls are certainto and number nine machine needle
..',...,...........b..rtburn.dooms....U, delight Vt teaspoon salt a you bake at horns-Get Fleischmann'sactive
pJ-MenM tha .....-.atlnf m dtelnM known for your friends I 1 cup butter or substitute for best results.
ymnun.roll.f-m.dielnallk.tho..ln 1 Btll-u Think of all the time you can save CU'PI -eDo fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow ktgy
.bl.to. No Late. B U.UI> brlnn omfort I IIHfl e I sugar
to ...or tf.doubl.a I all our dnittfuca.mom back w ratura of bottle by doing your Christmas things at 2 eggs, well beaten not let kitchen cutlery standin label-America's dependable yeast favorite f
home-no waiting for clerks, no 1!% teaspoons vanilla water. Wash blades first; if for over three generations.
time spent In searching for things
Sift flour; measure, sift again with stained use scouring powder. Then
that will really be the Ideal gift. wash handles. -Rinse and dry im
baking powder and salt. Cream but-
GQGQG'HE Your range and oven, mixing bowl
ter, add sugar and beat until mediately.
and pantry are all right there in light and fluffy. -.- ... fibfrhr

iii PiETS your own home, at your service. Add eggs and vanilla If you wipe spots off the floor as
Gifts that come from.your kitchen
and blend they appear, it will not be neces-
always use this great rub for will be doubly welcome because they
well. Combine sary to wash the entire floor so
have such a personal value. So make
COUGHS'A'COLDS dry Ingredients often.
out your list and start to work on and creamed m -.-
OiiloVl MIX a really merry Christmas. R a'
MUSTEROIFFREE Here are some suggestions for all mixture, blendthoroughly Standing uses eight per cent 1

kinds of homemade gifts. You'llreally and more energy than sitting.' Surpriseyou
like this conserve and mar chill. Roll dough ? Now maybe you will sit to
as thin as pos shell polish
malade because they're kind to the peel potatoes peas
sugar bowl. sible and cut Into fancy shapes with silver and the like.
cookie cutters, Using stars, wreathl, -e- -
Raisin Conserve. Xmas trees, etc. Sprinkle some Use cuffs from men's old shirts

(Makes 6-ounce glasses) with red sugar, others with green for making shoulder pads. They're
J QUILT 4 cups prepared fruit sugar. Decorate with pieces of red very nice for wash frocks, givingthe
2 cups sugar and green candled fruit and silver! necessary build-up without too
2 cups light corn syrup dragees. Bake in a hot (400 degrees)! much bulge.
PIECES 54 cup nutmeats, finely chopped oven for 6 to 10 minutes. ---

1 box powdered: fruit pectinTo Mincemeat Drops. hooks
Tapping picture in a plaster
ur.k . nun..It Ntw e prepare fruit, add 2V4 cups waster (Makes 4 dozen cookies) wall may result in cracked
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.Jtr"M .00. 1H! flour
and Vt cup lemon juice to 1 IS- cups plaster no matter how carefully
:.::'-':'.='::-':-_-::; ounce box seeded or seedless raisins. teaspoon salt I you tap it with the hammer. Placing .

.14:V..C.O' O /.,..":"aal.w, ;"''.raM4rw Cover and let stand 4 hours or overnight !i teaspoon soda I a patch of scotch tape on the
wrraa NN rrrr W w1 wnr Iooay
:Nt.ne1lTIN0.11, OpT. roe Bring to a boil and simmer, H cup shortening spot where the hook goes may helpto
1 .r wet a.w covered for 30 minutes, stirring oc 1 egg, well beaten prevent cracking.

casionally. Drain, chop or grind 94 cup moist mincemeat .
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r and mix with water in which fruit teaspoon vanilla

has been soaked.. Measure cups Sift flour, measure, add salt and Last minute Christmas shopping
of fruit Into saucepan; add nuts. soda and sift again. Cream short ? For the smokers'on your
Measure sugar and syrup and set ening, add sugar gradually and list, select either of these two popular

aside. Place saucepan containing blend well. Add well beaten egg and gift items featured by your / x ....k
SOLDIEROF fruit over high heat Add fruit pectin combine with dry ingredients. Foldin local dealer-flavorful Camel Cigarettes f
and stir until mixture comes to mincemeat and add vanilla Drop or mild, mellow Prince Albert < Rub In Ben-Gay for prompt,soothing, gentle relief
a hard boil Add sugar and syrupat by teaspoonfuls 2 to 3 Inches aparton Smoking Tobacco. What's Y ? from chest-cold miseries. Your doctor knows about
once, bring to a full rolling boll. a greased baking sheet BakeIn more you needn't bother or fuss those famous pain-relieving agents-methyl sallcylata
Boil hard 1 minute, stirring con a moderate (375 degrees) oven 10 with troublesome gift wrappings, s, and menthol. Ben-Gay contains up to 2 Vi times more
ALL stantly. Remove from heat, skim to 12 minutes. for both these products come readyto of them than five other widely offered rub-ins. Mild
and pour quickly. Cover with paraffin five! The Camel carton is at- Ben-Gay was especially formulated for children's
at once. Maple Popcorn Squares. tired in colorful holiday dress, con delicate skin. Ask for genuine Ben-Gay
(Makes 3 dozen 2-Inch squares) taining 200 mild, rich-tasting ciga
Honey-Orange Marmalade 1 cup maple or brown sugar rettes. And Prince Albert for :: Also for Pain due to RHEUMATISM MUSCLE ACHEand STRAINS.

(Makes 6 6-ounce glasses) V\ cup maple flavored syrup Christmas giving is offered in the Ask for Mild Bes-Cay for Children.Sen .

TRADES 1V4 cups prepared fruit H cup water I popular full pound container. Evena
254! cups honey 1 teaspoon salt card is unnecessary for these
% bottle fruit pectinTo 1 tablespoon butter gifts-space is provided for a personalized .
1 quart popped corn written message. You'll
fruit, remove skins In
prepare Cook be in for pleasant surprise when Gay
quarters from 1 medium orange and sugar, syrup water and salt a
1 lemon. Lay to 280 degrees or to the brittle stage. you see the hearty reception your
THE Army Ground quarters fiat l"?.j'./;...'.Vvshave --.;..y. Add butler and cook slowly to 294 friends will give holidaywrappedCamels

Forces man is versatile. He can oft and discard degrees. Meanwhile grind popped and Prince Albert.-Adv,

go anywhere in every con about Vi of .liI corn coarsely through a meat grinder

ceivable type of conveyance, the white part. .,..:> or chop in a wooden bowl. .
doing any one of over 200 With a sharp e.1DiIII When syrup Is cooked, remove
1 jobs. His versatility is vitalto knife, cut remain. from heat and stir in corn. Pour
onto oiled marble between
irons. SS
us all, for in his hands lies ing rind into fins n Roll with oiled
shreds. Add tt rolling pin. Cut into
the power for peace. squares or barl.Chocolate.
cup honey, H cup water and ft tea
The Ground Forces soldier spoon soda. (This honey Is In additionto Nut Slices.
is a man of action. He walks 2Vt cups specified above.) Bringto (Makes S dozen slices)

drives tanks, rides on ships a boil, simmer, covered, 10 min 7 to 8 ounces semi-sweet chocolate

\ and speedboats skis, clambers utes, stirring occasionally. Remove 4 cop powdered sugar
up challenging: : mountain sections of fruit pulp, free from 2 tablespoons cream
peaks, drops through clouds membrane. Add pulp end-iulce to 1 egg well beaten
cooked rind, simmer 20 minutes 1 cup' broken nutmeats
from high-flying: aircraft.
longer. Heat chocolate in double boiler
. 1 Everywhere he's surrounded Measure honey and fruit, solidly until melted. Remove from heat
. by the safest and most up-to- packed into large kettle. Bring toa and add remaining ingredients. k L a
, date equipment technical skill full rolling boil over hottest fire. Shape into rolls % inch In diameteron
;"; can devise. Because he is in Stir constantly before and while boll- waxed paper. Let stand to harden ,

.r good hands, the American in,. Boil hard 1 minute Remove then cut in 'H Inch slices. The 'j7.PlECE

J people are in good hands. Because from fire and stir in pectin. Stir nuts may be omitted and the mixture
he has volunteered for and skim by turns for 8 minutes to rolled into balls, then rolled in ALL-METAL PANTRY SET

I this stimulating: career he will cool slightly and to prevent floating chopped nuts, chocolate shot
fruit Pour quickly and cover with cocoanut or malted mtlk powder. Please tend .. pantry sets{ )
be happier and the prestige of paraffin at once. Belessed by Western Newspaper Union./ ma 31 U500, Everything but the butlerl) 7-piec

his job world.will stand out around Name .................... ell-metal l set finished in white enamel, dee,
the LYNN SAYS: Bear in mind a person's Interests orated with
bright floral designs end '
Wrap Gifts Prettily when you wrap the gifts and try to
Half the joy of receiving a gift Is personalize them as much as possi Address ..........:........ trimmed in red. Set consists of itep-on

YOU REQULAI ARMY SERVES untying its pretty trimmings.. It will ble. Children's gifts, for example, pail, oval west. basket bread Box end

THE NATION AND MANKIND IN be fun to wrap if you can get together can be given in bright wool socks; City ........ Stato .....-. four-piece canister set Complete, 3.11Good
WAR AND PEACE a sort of gift-wrapping party mep's gifts can be placed in a shaving J
before Christmas and have all your mug and decorated with red and Charge. Check .. M.O. ..

trappings assembled at a large white striped paper. C. O. D. .... Housekeeping-Sixth Floor
table. Boxes of cookies are nice If you
Besides your usual assortment of give them in candy boxes, Order No. 3IU500

papers and ribbons, lay in a special glass candy dishes or gaily painted S
supply of such things as lacy paper tins. You might even cut downan : r
i # dollies, ornaments Sunday school oatmeal box Into a sort of a hat } ( &\t&44.t% : I
stars and harmonizing stickers, ribbon box line it with Xmas paper and tie ,

and paper,. with a fancy bow. ,',...
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... ..... .... .... .. .. .. J L. Barber visitor : tate have ;
... . . .. .Mr* wa* a of BusinessAdministration let UP 15 scholarship In wtatataeaatac -- -- -- f
spending Tuesday In West Palm College real estate for men from all sections

Local and Personal Beach Mr.. J. E. Con' and Ion Everettwere ol f fU of tracted Another Florida.wide department attention that and hal that at.I* Want New Car

....................... ............................._....._..... visitors Spending last FridayIn Included In the College of Business a t.j t.

Fort Pierce. Administration! I I. the Department of
of F Has Grown
Mr. And Mr. W. D. Boehmer spent : Geography and Geology. Course. In 0
last Saturday In Wit Palm Beachon J. E. Cone, manager of the Denmark geography Ire available not only to

a' hopping tour. store here, spent Monday In .tudente In Business Administration, Now? See Bernie CollinsBring t
Organized In 1927 to meet the In.
Lake Placid attending to. business. creasing need. of Florida business, but also to those registered In otherschools
Jack and
Mrs. Colltni has returnedhorn colleges.
from Baltimore, where the has I Miss Mulrr who I* a cousin of the then hovering between boom-time The College of Business Administration -
late Bras will visit Miami and success and failure, the College of
Mr. ha also
been undergoing treatment at John cooperated through

e Hopkins hospital [ various states along the Eastern Sea. Business of Administration Florida hi. ,grown of the with Unlvenlty It. Department of Geography In re your TRADE-IN to US for a fair estimate. -

board sources-use education offering a
the state and Florida builnes until
Frank Reeves who ti attending thi course looking specifically to this
Malcolm Simmons of today ltoffer* broad training In thefundamental A Representative will be here
and Mr
University .of Florida at Gainesville Mr. .. end and designated a* "Utilization every Friday
of iconomlc .
the week end with his Palatka were visitor spending of Natural Resources; Afternoon
spent parents, from 1
real estate insurance to 7:30
Okeeehobe Ing, geography p.m.
night and Sunday Perhaps the contributionof
Mr. and M,.. Vernon Re.,... and Public administration greatest .
J the College of Business Administration
Although the College of Business
Mr. and Mr*. M. T. Boettjer of to the state of Florida a* a
Mr. Ind Mr*. Allen Markham and Administration, headed by Dean 'Ie
Ittdland, California, arrival Thu..a whole I its monthly publication
children lift yesterday afternoon for Walter Matherly, dot not profits 1941 PACKARD 110 SEDAN $1280.00
ntrntnt to spend I month Halt Economic Leaflets availsbl itnee .___.
to turn out finished business
will m.lI-
thel At Virginia where they spend 1941, the publication goes to all
lag ion and his family
Christmas with relatives. managers, ixeoutlves, department part of the state and nation, 1938 HUDSON Super Six Brougham $591,00
h.ad.-It supplies Its graduates withprofessional
Mill Id U Tomllnion, who I I. at. Interpreting Florida's' economic
training In fundamentals
Mr. and Mr*. Bernie Collins of SI'
Florida role in the nation today. Article
tending; State College for
and specific skills which helps shorten r
visitors spending yesterday
Women, .Tallahassee arrived home bring were for the publication are written by
and enables
Collins I I. their apprenticeship
in Okeeohobe staff member of the College of
Tuesday morning for the Christmas
hollda,.. the dealer for Hudson can for Highlands them to move up faster than men Business Administration I a* well a* BERNIE '
without business COLLINS
training MOTORS
Hardee and Okeechobe coun by University I professor from other I
ties. For to manage concerns 41
college. "
Weldon Draughon, ton of Mr. and and make money today, economists Economicand i
The College'
Mr, Roy Draughon,' arrived home Demoyne Ezell, son of Mr and Mrs. emphasize, broad training Is neces Business Research, which I I. responsible 216 North Pine Street

Thursday on furlough from Philadelphia Ulmer Ezell arrived In Okeechobee i sary. The operations of business for the publication of Eco SEBRING FLORIDASalesHUDSONService

where he haa been stationed Sunday and ia spending eight day enterprise In recent yean have become nomic Leaflet, ha also sponsored ,

with the navy: here on leave from the navy. He Increasingly complex In char considerable research among faculty!

will\ report back to the navy at Norfolk acter. They have ceased to b* simple member and ha to it* credit three
Mr*.. Roy Draughon was painfully Va. and localized; they have become series of monograph..

burned last Friday when she fell intricate and highly Involved-itate Thirty-five faculty members today PHONE 330 HOME PHONE 225.M

while carrying boiling coffee. She Virgil Link of Jacksonville arrivedIn wide, nation wide, world wide, they comprise the staff of the College of

la still confined to bed, but Improv. Okeechobee Tuesday and 1 is. spend point out. Business Administration which will = u y.J

Ing gradually from extensive second ing this week here with his parents Thus, the curriculum of the Col. operate In 1946,47 on a' budget of

degree burn.' Mr. and Mrs R., E. Link. Mrs Link lege ,of Buiijies Administration was 1152,080 At present the office and "+rR"emm9r.R"n9rusCx'lORn'fpq' I

and daughter will arrive here Monday planned to give it* students a foundation classroom of the College are sea .

Lauren Reevea: ton of Mr. and I to spend Christmas with the in the principle upon which tered among three or four building. BUSINESS & PROFESSIONALDIRECTORY i
t I
the economic system function forms
Mr. Vernon Reeves, arrived hornet Link family after which they expectto The proposed classroom Business
I units ramifications of
of business l
to Bradenton to spend Administrationbuilding
last Friday from New Mexico, wherehe go Administration or
with her production and of markets, services the college when
has ben stationed In the army. parent will house
of transportation and communicationthe ==
building ia completed := I
He haa been discharged and I.1 now the current program
Import of taxation, and methodsof

serving terminal leave W. M. S. MEETSThe financing Looking. to the future a* Florida I .,d0PgIUiRINIpOfA1IIRIlilhpitRUllullOlilWPHILCO .............."."................ !I II ...

Mine Mulrr of Ontarla Woman'" Instruction In Three Field business and Industry forges ahead
Glady MUslonary Societyof .. I "I
Instruction In the college fall Into its future buslneas
and the demands on
Canada spent the weekend with Mr, .the First Baptist Chuch met at
three field: Business Administration executives and public officials
Eugenia Bras Mr. Bras was I the church Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 17 BURGESSSupply
Business Administration In Increase, the College of Business Administration
pleasantly surprised by Miss Mulrr'ivisit for a combined business and
combination with Law and Public has broad plan to ex.
, .' this being her first trip I to I meeting. ,
Administration. curriculum.
Florida, and although they have been Mrs. L. W. Register war the program Administration pand It. Administration .
Courses In Business the curriculum in Business
period of leader and Mrs. J. E. Cone To
corresponding over a year I presided Co.
; are designed to train business proper-will be added a AUTHORIZED
it I I. the first time they have ever over the business ....Ion. The which,
leaders, prepare business executivesand course In, Business statistics,
met. Before her to Ontaria I well attended.
return meeting wa
| *
technicians, develop an under. It i I. hoped, will\ be ready by Septem SERVICE
of the complex relationships This would students -
--- standing her, 1947. prepare IFEDGRAINHAYBABY
between busines and society from for career a. statisticians and

which It Is hoped there will\ emerge economic analyst I

11STAl business statesmen, and promote research The college hope within the next ULMER EZELT. CHICKS

projects for the improvementof few year to offer three more de.!

; business methods, technique and greet Master of Buiins Admlnistr Tues. and Fri.

.. policies. tion, Master of Arts with a major In
The curriculum in Business Administration economics, and Doctor of Philosophy

O \S' proper include account In addition to its current degree offerings .

ing, banking and finance, real estate, of Bachelo.r of Science In

marketing, transportation, and public Business Administration and Bachelor .

utilities, public finance and taxation of Science in Public Admlnistr. //I' C. S. CORNELIUSFOR

economic geography and foreign tlon. -
trade, labor and personnel man OKEECHOBEELIQUOR

agement! and economic and general NOTICE BELT OF INTENTION LAND' TO STOREOnly U S Tire.

I buslnes. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. Puroll Product

The College of Business Administration pursuant: to Section IS l(I)t.b'l i'dF'I I
MOTH. Lew. of Florid' Ford P.rtaService -
combines with the University Section 07. Chanter 14717, Law Bar In'Town
4 College, and the College of Law in of Art of 1931' is amended ,,.
46 of study 11, Chapter 20058, 05 I
offering a aix-year program :1I'II BEE
Act of 1941, and -
NAPpt E55
.. ..& to students who desire ultimatelyto lunnt to Section 42. Chapter 20722. PHONE 34 OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
enter the College of Law, and who Laws of Florida Act of 1M1. aimendpd
wish to take a dgree both In Business ': by Section 19. Chapter 2207 Seward Swain I CO.
I.aw* of Florida, Act of 1943. *nectlon <
Administration and Law ,
+ 44 Chapter 20722. Law of SALES SERVICEP
Instruction in Public Administration Florida, Act of 1941 a* amended by
i* designed to provide analysisof Section 21 Chapter 22079. Law of O BOX 471 PHONE 44

CllllIIMAby S S WI ISKES H basic principle. of government Florida Ivscrlliud I Act lands of In 1IM3 Okeecbobe the following Count.

with the purpose of preparing itu- ifl.rMi. rx-wlr* k
dent for public service occupations Lot 11, Blk. 8, Railroad Add.
It doei I not equip students with specific LoU 1, 2, 5, 6 & 7, Blk. 18, Klverild
Park Add
skills\\ but does thoroughly train Lot. 11 to 15 Inc 18 &: 20, Blk. 58 Atlantic Service Sta.
them In political science, economics, City of Okeechobee
history and other sciences related to Lot 9, Bib, 149.City of Okeerhobp, Paul D. Bobbin Owner Burney Kelz
the complexities of governmental op Lot 1, Bib 245,' City of Okeecbobe
I Wrecker Service
1st Add. Formerly

we send to all our friends eration.Real Estate, a New Department Okeechobee.Lot 1, 3, 4 &: B, Blk. 143, City of 24 Hours a Day I

Lot. 10 & 11, Blk. 173, City of Okecbobee Denmark'sComplete
I Newest department In the Collegeof I EXIDE BATTERIES
this Yule Season of 1946. I
Administration and
Business one .
Lot 1 AS. Blk 22. South Okeecholie LEE TIRES
of the first of It. kind In the coun- Lot. 8 & 8, Blk 137: City of Okeeeho CASOILGREASINGTWIN Horn
May yours be indeed a try, I* the Department of Real Estate bee. Outfitter

established by an act of the All Block.. 26 & 31 Woodland Park OAKS

MERRY CHRISTMAS Florida legislature In 1945. Studentsregistered Add.will be offered for ..1. at pllolte oat'. All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE Phone 115 I, E. Con. Mir.
In Estate preliminary er' for the blgheat and be.t cub llo
courses In the regular mml.sioneri J of EvergladesoDrrelnt FLA.
Business Administration curriculum
District aDd/or Board of County
and, ai upperclassmen, take courses l'ommlilioner.age of Okeechobee County
ranging from urban land utilization 'lorld8, to reject any and III bid..
WISTERIA SUNDRIES md real estate law to principle and "r the ('"....lho11.i beginning of et Jan 10:00:
clock A. M. on the 20th day
problems of city planning and prop. ,
arty management. and reciomattoon1eaodt purposes

Realtor of the itate who have will be reserved. !
heartily endorsed the ettabllthment BOARD EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONEROF DRAINAGE North Park East Side

of the university' chair of real II' DISTRICT:
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ROAitD MI41'110SF.RfI!:! CuITS'l'Y OF ,COUNTY 0.FI.OHJIA.1Iy OKEEl'UOIIC COY. Package Store Package Store

Clerk of the Circuit Court of Liquor Wine Cordial
Okeechobe County. t lorlduis Liquor Wine. Cordial.
By Connie W. RaulerioD Next Door To All Night
b 5TH ANNUAL Deputy Clerk


December 18, 1146.NU.t'ICID .
; 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
AND FAT STOCK SHOW 829B, Law of Florida Acte of 1087.

5 THRILLING DAYS 5 known a* the MURPHY ACT. and Inu i
nuance of Chapter 20858. Law oriorlcln T,
Acts of 1941, known a* the i

ACT, the following describe
BRYANT STADIUM lend. situated In Everglade Drainage O.K.GARAGE

LAKELAND, FLA. Hstrlct. will In be Okeechobee offered for ale County at public FlorIda If you want to Buy or & MACHINE SER.
JIMMY -- for the highest and best cash
WAKELY EXTRA SPECIAL I -; IN:A.N"c'N' bid.ntcrv subject to the rtgrht of the Traiee DODGE A: PLYMOUTH
AT EVERY of the Internal Improvement Sell I
Fund and of the Board of Commlionera Sale A: Service
.1" of Everglade Drainage Oil- : 24-.. .
I WAKELYFamous .1"I Wreck SerrtM F
1 JIMMY Irlct to reject any and all bid, at the REAL ESTATE
r I nnrtbnum beginning it of 10:00 Day-Ph. 92 Night Ph.t]or 1)3
Singing Cowboy Movie Star o'clock A. M., on the 20th day
nary, 1947. A* to all parcel of land Dunlop Tire. A: Tab.
C AND HIS SADDLE PALS ur ten acrei or more title to on*-naifI See
pedalNtetrvsd I and three-foorths of Gen. Electric Appliance.
ttst other mineral' will be reserved by Sto .
r 'ruitees of the Internal Improvement JOE BONGIOVANNISee
-M,1.+> 1 THRILLS OALOR BRONC BUSTIN' Fand. Easements for road right of Heater
Phone. Write w DARING BULLDOGGING way. 200 feet wide will be reserved by
Wire ROUGH RIDIN'IT'S "W Service Them All"
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER aal,1 Trustees from any parcel through
Junior Chamber which there I* an existing state road;
*f Commerce DALLAS QUADRILLE end easement for drainage 1 and
PERFORMANCE .._ reclamation end for road purposes s
will b* reserved bv the Board of
EXTRA ADDED. i .., ,er, : mmlssloners of Everglade Drain.ege .
"DALLAS District.
TIME' PRESENTED IN 20 Elk D, Wright & Bail S/D :
THE ENTIRE SOUTHEAST Lot. 16, 17 A 19, Blk. B8, City of or Phone
WorldGrutllt Array of Trained kewbohee. Gulf StationThat

Hones ,,,; I.nt. 1 to 6.. A 17 to 20 Inc. Blk. 8,
"IT'S SENSATIONAL" r" $ tR S. W. Add. Good Coif Gsa
Lot 2, Blk. 143. City of OkeP<'hokttP. CDhccdtnbct 1'cfus
PRIr ftGen. .
Admission" .,.. .. .. (1 33 IMPROVEMENT FUND
Reserved Irate ....,... 11.10 "1,00 OF THE\ STATE OF FLORIDA
Box aut. ............ 1 forPRINTING EVERGLADESHOTEL
All Price 'IneKide'Tixee t OF EVERGLADES DRAIN. I
DON'T MISS' THE DRANO MABEL P RAULERSON, Agentfor In The Heart Of TownWeekly '
STREET PARADE DEC. list. 1 Trustees of the Internet '
Improvement Fund and or Dally Rate
for Baud of Commlaalonere
M ef Everglade I Drainage Die- All Cabins, Are Mod.ni
irks, Okeechobe County,
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