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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 32-Number 13 n Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 16, 1946 Price Five Cents
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V. F. W. WILL INSTALL: JOSEPH E GUM, VETERANS
Fish Commissio'nHeld OFFICERS FOR FIRST YEAR Hunt Family Held CONTACT MAN WILL BE Board of County Commissioners Set

HERE NEXT MONDAY NIGH HERE EACH TUESDAY

Meeting In Reunion Here On of i Aside Money For Hospital' And Ask

The V. F. W. will hold their first Joseph E. Gum West Palm

Jax. Last Thurs for meeting the purpose Monday of fight Installing, August officers. 19, Sunday Afternoon Administration Beach, Contact, Officer spent last for Veterans TuesdayIn Governor To Appoint Hospital BoardDOCTOR

Okeechobee and while here stated
and
member
Every_ everyone I -
The question of sport fishing \tr- eligible for membership are urgedto I Mrs. Gladys Sn'ell was hostess to that he would be at the court House LEON 8. EISENMAN The Board of County Commissioners -

suns commercial operations was discussed attend this meeting. the Hunt family last Sunday when In Okeechobee'each Tuesday to assist ARRIVED HERE SATURDAYHAS of Okeechobee County, Florida -

at a meeting of the Florida The actual meeting place has not I they gathered at a family reunion the Veterans In any matter they OFFICES AT CITY HALL, met In regular session on August 4

Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission been determined but It In requestedthat I! on their mother's 70th birthday to might need. i 6th, 1946, at 10 A. M.

yesterday in the Roosevelt everyone wishing to attend honor their father and mother Mr. He asks any veteran who has any Dr. Leon S. Eisenman arrived In Present were Commissioners C.

Hotel. please assemble In front of the old and Mrs. D. J. hunt This occasion thing to meet him there any Tues Okeechobee Saturday and has opened E. Drawdy, Chairman; F, M. Mobley,

The session was called to consider Okeechohee News building, by 8.00: was enjoyed in true birthday style day r.orning' and he will be glad to Ms office at City Hall temporarily 0. J. Chapman, B. C, Swain and W,

the revoking of an order Issued In P. M. Monday.Rogers'To.. and dinner was served on the lawn. give them assistance. j lie li having offices remodeled In F. Wakerj, Attorney T. W, Conely,
1945 closing Lake George and lake Y -- - Best wishes of neighbors and the old Northern Hotel Building Jr; Clerk Mabel p, Raulerson and
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Okeechobee to commercial fishing '' Again friends were warmly extended and Hunt Says Grants and will occupy them ai goon ai Sheriff N. O. Stewart.

until October 1, this year. After, six of their nine children with their I they are completed.Dr. The minutes of the meeting held
hearing several hours of arguments families were present to enjoy this Elsenman has recently been In July were read and approved.The .
the commission decided to withholdIts Try Terminal Pay delightful occasion To Needy Persons discharged from the United States report for the County Welfare -

decision until a later date. I Among those present were Mr. I Army Medical Corp. where he served Board for the month of July

Spokesmen for the commercial Interests For The Veterans end Mrs. Ernest Hunt and their Now On IncreaseE. four years spending most of that were read and approved and ordered -
contended that commercial three daughters, Perl lie, who Is her time In China, India, and Burma, filed In the office of tho Clerkof
grandmother's namesake, Ernestineand where he did surgical work.
the Circuit Court.
fishing destroyed predatory fish and I
thereby assisted In the propagationof Washington, D. c., August 9,I Jane Mr. and !Mrs. Omar Hunt H. Hunt, member of the District He was graduated from Loyola Theeml.Annual! report of the

bass. It was denied that operations 1940-The following In ervelw was and their children ; Ronald, Merle 10 Welfare Board, announced Medical College at Chicago In 1932, Tax Assessor was presented and
of the commercial fishermen given out Immediately upon the signIng and young Daniel who Is his grandI today that he had been advised by was a member of the staff of the ordered filed In the office of the

Is a detriment to sport fishing. of the bill by President Trumanat I I father's namesake Mrs. Ruth Hunt State Welfare Commissioner Leland l Cook County Hospital at Chicago.I Clerk of Circuit Court.
It also 12:30: noon today: Bond and her son and daughter W Hlatt that cash payments to Later he was senior member of the o Upon motion by Commissioner
was pointed out thnt thou
aands of commercial fishermen have Hailing Presidents Truman's approval j Jimmie and Carol Bond. Mrs Okeechobee County recipients ofl staff of Oak Park Hospital at Oak\ I Chapman, duly seconded by Commissioner

followed their trade for and of the G. I. TerminI pay I Gladys Hunt Snell the hostess,:. public assistance for the fiscal year Park, 111, until he entered the Army Walker, the Sheriff was directed -
years | and her daughter Sylvia, all Of ended June 30 totaled In 1942 Hart
will have to seek. other employment hill as "a major victory In the bAttle to notify Mr. to keep
unless the fishing ban on them Is for equality for enlisted men" Rep.i I| this city. Mr. Clayton Hunt, Mrs,10f this amount, Hiatt had 62,324,50'1 Mrs. Elsenman and one year old the County Road open.
rescinded.Louise Dwight L. Rogers, Florida Democrat, Sue Hunt Lunderman, her husband ,'38,57100 was paid to son will join him here as soon as' The Okeechobee County bank was

pledged himself today to fight for O B. Lunderman, her son- Old-Age Assistance, $ housing can be arranged. authorized to accept checks signed
Morris Montlcello: chair. in-law and dauJl'hterfro! and Mrs of Aid the Blind and -- .-- '
removal of the payment-in-bonds cipients to by Mrs. S. C. Paige on checks drawn
man of the commission, presided. provision from the law. .1' Oliver Martinez of Miami. Mrs 6810.00 to recipients of Aid to De- Coach Starling by the Okeechobee County Welfare

Other members are Lester Varn, The ammended Rogers bill, which Evelyn Hunt and son Gene of \\ est pendent Children. Board. ,

Jacksonville, L. G. Bruce, Bartow; the Florida Congressman authored,I Palm Beach, and Jerry Hunt of Albany Both the State Welfare Board and The following deeds were ap-
J W Corbett, Fort Pierce, and John N Y., grandsons the Welfare Board Mr. Calls Practice
provides that payments in excess of District proved John J. Yates, Oluf Larsen,
Clarldy, Ocala. $50 for accrued furlough pay to enlisted -I Others present were Ed Starling Hunt said, were pleased that larger City of "Okeechobee, Vernon Light-
John 0. Jackson, chairman of the Weldron Draughon, Sylvanus Harden -
1 men shall be In bonds maturing ! Legislative appropriations In 1945 Begin Aug. 19 sey.
Duval County Budget Commissionnnd . of Okeechobee, Mrs. William K.
In five years and bearing two had made it possible to relieve muchof Upon motion by Commissioner
W. J. Hendry, member of the Turner and Emilie Grace Turner of
and one-haH percent Interest. the increased need of the aged MoblDy, duly seconded by Commissioner -
State House of Representatives from "While I personally opposed the Palatka and. Glenn Atkinson of Jack blind resulting from higher living J. ''E. Starling; Athletic Director Swain the following Resolution

Okeechobee. were two of the spokesmen bond prevision and beleive that Iti sonville. costs and reduced incomes lie explained qnd .y nch for the Fontboll ,Team of was adopted:
for the commercial operations. Is discriminatory ngainst the enlisted The three childrenwho, were unable ,, that although appr print- the keechobre, High School re RESOLUTIONBE
Hendry also Is chairman of the Gov to attend Mrs Alma Clarke, Okeechobee last week
men, Inasmuch n* officers are. Ions for Aid to Dependent Children' turned) to IT RESOLVED that thi Game
ernor's Advisory Committee on Commercial have been given cash for terminal Ozark, Alabama' Mrs R, Lee Solomon I were larger funds had not permitted from Gnlnsville,where he has been & Fresh Water Fish Commission of

Fishing, chairman of the leave 'pay, there aloe no other 'Albany, N. Y, and John Hunt Investigation of new applicationsfiled attending Summer School 'and Immediately the State of Florida be requested to
Legislature's fish committee, and a choice," Rogers said in an Interveiw. of Texas after September 30. Applica- : began preparations for rescind Its regulation prohibiting
member of the Atlantic States MarIn ._ and Football practlre begin on August
Assistance.
"With the legislation caught In a I "T- linn for Old-Age ; commercial fishing I la Lake Okee-
r *. Fihernifn'rrorrrmi rion.-Jacksonville conference as the session of congress Edward Smith and Aid to the Blind are investigatedon 19 and ink that all\ boys who' expectto chobee and submit herewith reasons -
TimesUnionThis reared an end, and the senate practically a current basis. play with the team this year report for making such )request!
the tf living loss of war at the School House at 3:30 on
Higher cost ,
insisting on bond provision, we, I I, Commercial fishing Is one of the
week will be An Important had the choice of taking the bond I Lindy Brewer Won tim jobs by persons not normally that date. cheif Industries of this section of
one for some of the boos Interested provision or allowing the bill to die," I I employable and discontinuance of He asks that all who report bring the State of Florida and has been
allowances cited by towels and shorts and the team will\
military wero
in fishing In Florida On Thursday he explained. The Boat RacingA since the year 1918
the game and fresh water fish commission Rogers said he would Introduce Mr. Hunt as principal reasons why start working from that date. He 2. Loss of revenue derived from commercial
meets to hear the complaints on the opening day of the new congress I the number. and need of public assistance hopes to have a large spuad out fishing will cause an undue
of next January a bill to amend recipients had Increased this year with most'of the boys
fishermen both sports group of OkeechloHee! County hardship on many citizens
the terminal bill and make the during the reconversion and Inflationary from last year back.
and commercial On the same day pay 4-H Club boys spent last week In who have no other means of earn-
a hearing will be held to decide bonds payable immediately. the State 4-H Club Camp at Camp I period. Coach Starling stated that the ing a living.
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I have
whether the dockmaster at the city 'If that is enacted, and I feel cer- McQuorne In the Ocala National NEED FOR HOl'SES Okeechobee High School woud 3. Thousands of dollars have been

yacht basin has the authority to remove taoin that it will be the bonds already Forest. While In camp the boys were : HERE GETS MORE teams participating In four major Invested by commercial fishermenand 1
Issued will be cashable Immediately ports football, baseball, tennis
a charter boatman from a given! Instruction In farm woodworkIng ACUTE E\CII WEEK there is no other place to
berth for allegedly breaking the without holding them for showing them how to make hammer -! and track. carry on their operations without
rules five yearn," he said. 'I can see no and ax handles and other wooden Because of the present housing lIe also stated that the team financial loss and change of placeof

How the meeting of the game and Justice in requiring the G. Is to articles needed on the farm. Other shortage In Okeechobee many persons would have large placards printedand living.

fish commission In Jacksonville\ will take their payments In bonds they courses of Instruction included are not able to locate here who I placed all over the county giving 4. There 11 no concrete evidence

come out is hard to tell. One thing Is 'must hold five years and then giving swimming and life saving, and par otherwise would become permanent the dates of each game to be that commercial fishing in Lake

<'certain/ : It will be shown that prohibiting the officers cash. One of the linentary procedure.The citizens played here and away from home Okeechobee has Interferred with

the operation of nets in 1 major purposes of my original billwa1 ramp schedule is arrangedto During the past few weeks Inquiries and he hoped the crowds wold turn and the rights and privileges of sport
lake Okeechobee and certain watersof to remove the discrepancy that give the boys a well rounded program have been made for at least out to ace all the games here fishermen.

the St. Johns river Is not the existed between enlisted men and of practical Instruction in thirty houses and but few of these away from home 5. Lake Okeechobee la the second

laM solution to the fresh water officers on furlough pay. Instead swimming, athletic events nad citizenship have been supplied The Chamberof largest fresh water lake lying

tiMng problem. Both commercialmid of removing it, the legislation as Commerce receives letters each County hospital and, wholly within the States and Is

sports fishermen will have to amended" emphasizes that discrep Edward Smith and Lindy Brewerwon day asking for housing, not for tourists WHEREAS Section 155.05, Florida peculiarly adapted for both commercial -
.it down together and make certain ancy. alono but for permanent use. and fishing.
the boat racing contest In com Statute} 1911, authorizes County sport
concessions that will help Conner- -- petition with the other 100 boys In The Humble Oil Co who desired Commissioners to build and establish PASSED AND ADOPTED In regular
viitlon In general! 24 \Rl.O\DS OF CATTI.E camp Edward Smith also won the to bring In nineteen family units a public hospital without Issuing session this 5th day of August,

I had a talk with Big Bill Hendr\, SHIPPED FROM HERE TO diving contest. Lindy Brewer was have located for the present In Vero bonds when funds are other A. D. 1946.

stale representative for Okeechobee ARIZONA: THIS WEEK selected one of the 10 squad leaders Beach and vicinity.The wise available for such purposes, The hospital committee appeared

county, the other day. Hill was em- in camp and was on the honor court housing project which is being and thin Board, having given due before the Board and the following
The Importance of the value of
plialc In expressing his views about worked upon would afford quitea said Resolution adopted
The trip, which included a visit and careful consideration to was
the present day Improved quality relelf' but this Is for sometime In
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the "no netting Ia... He's going td to Silver Springs, was made through matter, RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
ranch steer has been greatly em- the future several weeks to several
slick by his bn\s.. And, 'oo can't the cooperation of Board of Public NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED a committee repre
phasired by the shipment this weekof
avail-
very well blame Mm for that. DurIng Instruction and the County Commis months depending! upon the that a County hospital be seating the citizens of Okeechobee
24 car loads from here to No- of material.
the conversation he said ) "lallv! sioners. The boys were accompanied ability established In the County of Okee County have requested this Boardto
gales, Ariiona.
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you know what the\'re Irving tn by Alton Chandler, bus driver, NOTICE chobee and that the IU'of $25 establish a County Hospital with
!Many of these animals will be rerouted
nut over In not the right thing. I'll from a point in Texas and and C. R Boyles, County Agent.J. I Notice Is hereby given that the 00000 of funds received from race funds now available and not otherwise -

admit som of the bo\s are hard to will be used in a new technicolor Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission track revenue be and the same Is appropriated and,
1 keep In check but ion can't make production starring John Wayne, E. CONE: ATTENDS I will hold a meeting at 10:00: hereby set aside for the construction WHEREAS, there Is no hospital
beo of DISTRICT MEETING AT and cstablshment of such hospital In the County of Okeechobee and It
the suffer
good ones u e a this Is a two million dollar picture ''A.M., Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville,
music of law-breakers. We're will. to be released In a few months MUm ON WEDNESDAY Florida, Thursday, August 29, 1946. la the opinion of the members of
will BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Board that It 'will be to the
Inv ta make conce !"ns. We're This will make the third shipment At this time the Commission
J. E. Cone of the Den Honorable Millard F. Caldwell, best Interest to the people of said
manager
willing to agree It I l-n't right to to be sent from here to Arizona, a. hear any sportsman or represents
have tram 'n the breeding ornundsRnt lot of about 1,600 were shipped I mark Store here spent Tuesday In live of a sportsmen's organization: Governor of the State of Florida, County that a County Hospital be
von csn't host tall nennle to ret prior to the war and just recently Miami where he went to attend a who wishes to appear before (them be and he Is, hereby requested to established In said County and,

nut f>f hiinlne hrau a very few during July, the second shipmentwas I District Meeting of dealers for the In connection with the Rules and appoint the following named citizens WHEREAS, this Board Is advised

men the out.,1' the law." , . sent. As the herds In this area Launderall Washing Machines which Regulations of the Commission affecting of Okeechobee as Trustees,for I that a County hospital can be ,con-
Sn from sit liwHi-nHnin It look's are constantly being improved, with ; he has the Okeechobee Agency for the sale of fresh water fishor said hospital, and for the terms structed and established for an approximate -

If the commercial fishermen .rt' none being sent out of the state for He states that this machine Is now having to do with the St. Johns mentioned opposite. their names sum of $25,000.00 and,

ready to s't down with the snorts beef purposes, the strain Is continually I equipped with many new Improve River from the Volusla Bar North, II. H. Raulerson . . . . .One Year 'WHEREAS, this Board has available -

men and do soma .erimss tstbing' gettiing better and with a con ments and he expects them to be and with Lake Okeechobee.I. Alto Watford . . . . . .One YearJ. funds In the amount of $25-

T for one. hop they come to a hup sequent Improved market value. able to supply the trade__loon.I N. KENNEDY Director O. Pearce . . . . . .Two Years 000.00 not otherwise appropriatedand
n" snl"tfonS.ltY' Mulant Fishing Game &: Fresh Water E M. Meaerve . . . Three Years which can be used for the construction -
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Three men en" 'Imak. 1000 block pew
day M'ichlnea ,IInbl.t S280.00 complete. .
SPECTRE OF ANOTHER WAR Is a pitcher we think Is a Muihlnei for commercial and per-
EN ROUTE TO PARIS. Under- THERE eonnl uae. M.iK* your own block at to
<'" ,"' overlooked. We that
say the retuU prlt. lurge mixer
way In the palace of Luxemburg lithe ". 1f because all the ball players we've available Demon.'rlllo"9d: 2 mile
conference which 10 / /"t"hk. ....t of Dublin Ou. on Highway.
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talked to lately; rank him as the .. Deblln. O..
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mothers set their hearts for which :Y.s ,
;n.$ .: ;:,, best in either league. --
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.o many mothera' sons gave their .. y,. "f No--his name isn't Bob Feller or. CLOTHING runs, ETC,
live the conference to win Ota :'! ' :!;t Chandler Tex Hughson. He _ !_ .
i: { ; Spud or NYLON RKASSIFHFS: SI,CO WHITE.
peace. 'N.-;; 'j'h't\; .., <)" ... ... is a wiry left. Site 12, 34, J8 Money buck guarantee. ,
Some 13,000,000 men In the Amer. .J BOIILDEK DMTIt, Horn 1714. WII.blr.L. *
lean armed forces alone fought four A; ;<'''if.1 : 5,' .; f/ "If Br. Sla, Lee Angeles SB. California.MISCELLANEOUS .
;*," '" .'t, f' ? : name of Harold
long year.-wlth the hope that It .:" 4 r; < : ',; ; ; t
d "" / < ; / .l b' X 'L .! -4Jr:;y.14' 4'.1;, Newhouser of the _ << _
might be the last time human beings ,ftJi* ,'ftt': 'tJ 1"'t 4i' 'M' ;:1 ,',"/;:;: ;J," 'f. %. 1.f' lJ!,,< Tigers. Newhouser : GREATEST- COSMETIC SIJCCF8S of the
would have to go through the ,,,,,,.y- ". "' ,,t.t ,!, .y'<;" '" .r{,_,,,',{< ,, ,'.. '",\ ;<' the best year-Creme Shumpno with Lnnolln. Sell
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terrible ordeal of t't, :, t. ;:' 'if. ': .. : : f. }}/ VJAP. ,rJ.'I" was Bello Tre" "-flm made. Bill profits.NICHOLLs .
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In the Paris conference come 1 lr; {:t" / ; 7l. ; f 4': "ii :<{ )( '1"qi.hr .. : in 1944 when BEEB-Renloved from' house or tree, to
the climax of their dream, and ,, r" ',' s < ...v he won 29 hive, without touching either hnu. or
games.
disillusionment baa begun '.: : ( .S :}: p.f 11J'lV; t.) 'a't,y :#; \1:(. ;j&J.S;. g,) already Vff '. to In. the
act Already ... A
. ,'':'' : "..t. r }?t-r"UYY; '$'. ." ,*, t./;'><: ;: -; that one out. GEO. HAWKINS It. S. Richmond. U*.
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dreams are tinged with Bight- <'" ,- ! <" , .o't".t" .:: ? ;"':\ sbv'/ war year.
mare the spectre of anotherwar. jfif'i:*! ;l ::" ,{.... ; ..t%) w< Af;, 4:0' ;t'd ,,,, .. r } ;:,.,;.: Newhouser was

:. &,i. ,",'. '7.":'} < f l' :s ., "<(;:;, :y,4t::;., "" "% ..f.k '+ < ,t;;'. ".' .. the best pitcher Newhouser ***************

Here are tome of the distressing > if'tf; ;;'' "" ' ..? ,;:..,;.....::..tint'YiJ.,,;,,:"h.J'.., ;.{ lJ: ; ., ,. in baseball last
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facts this conference has to face in '" .'" : $ > $; ."/ '" season when he won 25 games A Safe, Sound Investment-
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trying to chart the peace of the '; ), .. :A: ::,;: : 0"r'; ; ; ; 4f": 'j:; ; ; >;' :+; '>?t took over the World series. They II Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

world: ,, ; / *,{ct if'ff, ,r";.'. threw that one out also. Anotherwar
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1. Historians criticised Woodrow year ***************
Wilson because he was slow In negotiating FARMERS TAKE TO AIR . More than BOO Dying farmers from Illinois, Michigan Wisconsin and Indiana Walt until the big hitters comeback

peace. But he got started left their tractors and combines to fly to Lafayette, Ind., to attend the first annual flying farmers' they said last spring-Ted
two months after the armistice and field day at Purdue university, and to prove that the airplane will play an Important part In Midwest Williams, Joe DIMagglo Dom Dl-

finished six months later, a total of agriculture. The new group, which has 1,056 members, watched demonstrations. Magglo, Bobby Doerr, Bill Dickey,
eight months after the war. In con Charlie Keller, all these and many
trast it is now almost one year s rm others. So what happens New. lIIGH ENEKdfTONIC

after the armistice with Japan and bounce has been winning six times !
15 months after the armistice out of seven. helps build summer

with Germany, yet the final peace And Newhouser has been winning ,
conference is only getting started. these games with a third-place ball STAMINA I ; ENERGY;

2. The longer peace Is delayed, club-a ball club that without New.
the more the Allies fall out; the tiouser would be in fifth place. New-
more the other nations forget their houser was the beat pitcher In baseball Enjoy th.f eel!ns of energetic weJV.
.belngl Take auod-taatlni Scott'sEmublen
gratitude. So the longer the delay, a In 1944 and 1945. It is our pre- right away, If you feel
the harder It is to negotiate a diction that he also will be the best tired,rundown unable to throw off
permanent peace. pitcher in baseball In the current t worrlnont summer eoldi-hecauMj
diet larki natural A4U Vlta-
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3. Russia deliberately has endeavored season of 1946. I oils and enenry-bulldlnK, natural
to postpone the peace. This ollal Seott'l help butld energy,
conference could have been held It's Neivhouser, 9 to 1 lamina, r."" (....... Bay today ISCOTTS

long ago If the Soviet had not said "L'Y Y We decided to make a fuller checkon

boo Newhouser in his own league.We EMULSIONASoothias

DELAY TACTICS PLANNED '041 f took a survey from 10 well-
Moscow's delay tactics were by S f rr'k known veterans who know their

no means accidentaL They were way around. Nine gave us Newlouser .

carefully planned, and with three one gave us Bob Feller.
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motives behind them: I asked Bill Dickey what bethought FOR QUICK REuEI*

A. The longer peace was delayedthe about the matter. The Arkansas

more time Russia got to nail quail hunter gave us a slow

down its hold on the Balkan satellites imlle. "I'm already in enough ; C A I VF
Hungary Austria. Anti-Rus : P trouble" he said "without getting ANTISEPTIC J rt W ad
scan factions had to be stamped out; \\\p'tk\ 5,5 into another argument When I Vied by thoutanAi with satisfactory rae
pro-Russian factions trained to 4\ came back to baseball this spring.I suits for 45( yeart
  • cnta. Get Carboil at drug etorea or write
    carry on. This could not be done heard that Newhouser was ,Just another Epurlock-Naal Co., Nashville, Teen
    overnightB. wartime pitcher.

    .. The more uncertainty and unrest Our league happens to be well
    occurred in the non-Sovlet-oc- stocked with fine pitchers. I mean

    cupled countries France, Belgium 0 Chandler Hughson Ferris Harris You can relieveATHLETE'S
    the Netherlands the great Trucks Kramer and a few more.

    er the likely growth of Communism.C. But so far I haven't seen a better I FOOT I '
    Finally Moscow did not want pitcher than Newhouser. You know
    the Red armies converging back to how hard it is to win 20 games
    Russia. There wasn't food to feed Newhouser has won' 54 in the last

    them, and their quick return risked two years. It wouldn't surprise me

    economic political turnovers THREE-MAN DECONTROL BOARD . Future price control will rest with a three-man price decontrol to see him win 30 or more this year. '
    Thus ever since V-J Day Russia board. Recently named to the board by President Truman are, left to right: Daniel W. Bell Washington "What has he iOU About all it 80.6%

    bas been the greatest obstacle to D. C., former undersecretary of the treasury; Roy L. Thompson, New Orleans Federal Land Bank takes. A good fast ball. A good '
    early peace.AMERICANS. president chairman; and George II. Mead, Dayton Ohio, former chairman of the industrial advisory curve ball. Good controL A lot of of caws showed "
    clinical Improvement -
    NOT BLAMELESSIn board under the NRA and member of advisory board of Office of War Mobilization. confidence in himself. Determination after only 10

    this peace conference, how to win. A good head. Plenty days treatment with
    ever, not everything is black or of heart." SORETONB la Impartial,
    white. There is some gray shadingin Unless something disastrous happens -, scientific Kit.
    between. t suddenly it is a pretty safe
    And in real fact American diplomacy .,,/ ot C bet that Hal Newhouaer will lead SORETONEHide
    e
    during the early stages of r ty both leagues on the pitching side. It

    this greatest of all diplomatic endeavors ,N' ) Is also a pretty fair bet that he by McKenoii I Dobbins
    was Just as guilty of sabotaging will pass the 25-game mark again SoU till sorry. Met pmotM

    the peace as the Russians- / s, and threaten the 30 spot, which SOt and U.OO
    ? E :-:
    perhaps more so. I say more so, few have ever reached.
    !
    because we pride ourselves on being
    more advanced, more alert, Two 40-Game WinnersSo
    A f .

    more idealistic.Yet ? Y far as so-called modern base.

    actually our diplomatswere ball goes the only 40-game winnersI

    just as woefully unprepared S 1a '+6g can recall at the moment happento StU
    for peace as the army f be Ed Walsh and Jack Chesbro. }

    and navy were for war at Pearl Among the 30-or-more game winners 5p5.

    Harbor. When It should have d54 *'w g< we've had Matty, Johnson
    been ready for the most Important "t Smokey Joe Wood, Dizzy Dean S NEURITIS-LUMBAGO |

    peace offensive In historyof f' ; ______ Grover Alexander Lefty Grove and M9NEILS

    the world the state department possibly one or two others. Only b

    was caught completely ? Matty and Alexander have won 30 MAGIC

    napping. or more games three times, in the iREMEDYMINGS
    Congress has spent several past '!0 years. You can let us know
    months of Intensive study to ascer. If our memory Is slipping. LCSSED RELIEF
    taro who was responsible for Pearl
    REGAINED MEMORY AND Newhouser has yet to be a SO- lars Bottled*m n,1..1'1l-Small Wza tOt
    Harbor; yet no one has lifted afinger iSSSSSL RIGIITS . Rajah Kumar Ra- fame winner. But the willowy Tiger aisstlsstiii IILI II IIIIITIIn .
    to probe the equally Important III all Illl Ittlll w II Mil at n.//p l H! |ritt
    mendra Narayan of India
    Roy ,
    left-hander has the best chance to
    disaster of lOUt Inl u., 1M, Is01t0,011It I, FL011tsOne
    our unpreparedness
    who believed to have died
    was reach this mark for 1946 He comes
    for peace.If and been burned on funeral pyre, 10 close to being the best pitcher
    senators probed the files of the
    12 years later regained his memo In the game that someone else will
    state department or even their own and awarded his of the best home to
    ory was prop. need a spur to crowd him back be- ways
    files, significant facts would come to se as9t' F1F SA& s 'aC r erty rights. He reported that rain fore the stretch run ends In Septem

    light. . had put out the fire and broughthim BUILD UP

    ..,.;,__ __n 'no> 0' ., out of coma and that for ber.Bob Feller Spud Chandler and

    OUT-TRUMANS TRUMAN I EYE ROPFEB BABY-TIIEN AND NOW 0' When Richard Rose- years he wandered as a beggar rex Hughson are all great pitchers. RID eioot
    Capital observers credit Sen. Jim.
    man was born In 1943 he weighed just 24 ounces. Doctors fighting to over India. The Lord Privy council Among the best But all three will
    Mead of New York with a new Investigating I save the life of the tiny mite fed him with an eye-dropper, as shownat now has ruled that he Is the have to put on extra steam to crowd If you lack BLOOD-IRON

    verve sTJftcoaun'- I left. lie was kept In an Incubator Today, Richard Is a strapping rightful owner of a huge estate back Newhouser who has been You girls and women who suffer ae
    Truman Truman . from simple anemia that you'ra pale,
    new venture in radio: 350 local young man of 40 pounds, of sturdy body and well-developed muscles. with a yearly Income baseball's best pitcher for three weak, "dragged out"-this ld du.

    streetcar and traction companies .,,,,,_..-..--. ...--'-'-_. -' ''.. ....,-. .. ... .... ,. years. a to lack of's blood-Iron TABLETS-, one 80 try of the beat K.Plnkliam .
    throughout the U. S. are Inaugurating : sp 5b borne ways to build up red blood-la
    About the Two LeaguesSeveral such eaaea Plnkhmn Tablet are ODD
    a coast-to-coast radio
    pro
    eAe1 of the greateat blood-Iron tonic you
    gram. Working under American querulous letters have can buy I At all drugstore

    Transit association, they represent come in since the all-star game
    23 billion annual streetcar riders. a from National league supporters (VNU-7 33-48When

    . No men from the Dallas naval I asking what has happened to the _
    air station were permitted to attend veteran circuit I

    church the other Sunday. Officially "Why is It," one asked, "that the Ybur
    speaking, they were not I American league should come up

    barred from attending church with most of the top stars-such Back Hurts- I
    merely barred from taking a bus I
    0 men as Ted Williams, Charlie Keller ,
    into town. Since there was no chaplain ..cr Bob Feller, Newhouser, Chan And Your Strength and
    at the station, it amounted to I t \ dler and so many others who apparently 0 Energy l. Below Par
    the same thing. Lieut Comdr. Lelf outclass most of the National tl may be ..u.... by dlaorder of kid-
    Johnson issued the order. soy funetloa that permlta polaonouo
    league's best men? I ...t. to accumulate. For truly manypeople
    : feel tired, weak and mlatrabl
    The sad facts-sad for the N. I..- when the kldneya fall to remove eienaiKitda
    \ CAPITAL CHAFF are that the older league this sea sad other wools matter from th.
    Assistant Secretary of State Bill .
    I son can match the younger circuit You may Buffer sagging baokaebaj
    Benton leaves soon on a goodwilltour :. L neither In stars, nor In average rheumatic pain., btadachea, dlailneaa
    of Latin America. . U. S. The nttlng op nlghta" leg palna, awelllng.
    I playing strength N. L. has DO BomeUmea Irequenl: and scanty urination
    ; broadcasters over 10 transmitters S a pitchers to rank with Feller, New. with smarting and burning la a.-
    I to Soviet Russia I other sign tbat something .U wrong with
    now are giving I honser, Chandler, Hughson and oth- the bladder.
    t the common people of Russia the 4j; ers Outside of Johnny Mlw It There mould be no doubt tbat prom'p0tr.atm.ot

    I truth about the news. . Maxim If < has no power hitters who can be Doan Pillt.la wieer It la better than neglect.to rely enmedicine Vaa II

    r. Litvinov was considered for RusSian I BATTING FOR HAT FEVER SUFFERERS .0 Full war on ragweed, POTATO BLOSSOM QUEEN . classed with Williams, Greenberg, that baa won soustrywid..p.proyal -
    leas favorably
    I ambassador to Argentina. I which Is blamed for most of the miseries of hay fever victims, was Miss Yvette Gagne, Van Buren, Keller, DIMagglo and several nown.than Dam on. have eomethlag been tried and teetad -

    However, Stalin decided Litvlnov's opened In Brooklyn as a campaign got underway to eradicate the weed Me., who was chosen from more. This was all known before.It many Voan't yeara. Are. al all drug atom.
    appointment would arouse AmerIcan In vacant lots. Photo shows city employees) spraying a luxurious growth some 15 queen candidates and would have taken a Carl Hubbell Get today.DOANS

    suspicions. . Jim Newman, of the peaty weeds with a herbicide, dlchlorophenoxyacetlo. In six to crowned Maine potato blossom a Dizzy Dean, a Matty or an
    who piloted the McMahon bill la eight weeks, treated plants die from a .01 per cent solution of spraying. queen by Gov Horace Hildreth Alexander to remove the noise front 1 PILLSg

    congress, resigns soon. Complete control of ragweed I I. now possible during festival at lloulton, Maine. A. L. bats this season.

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    Vicuna, Possessor of Fine

    /r "tJ I SUNDAY Fleece, Is Rarely Tamed


    ,,,, U SCHOOLLESSON Although the vicuna of Peru

    A 4 possesses the finest fleece known,
    : this animal has never yet been

    i Phiiprku domesticated on a commercialscale
    : HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
    ws The' Moody Bible Institute o( Chicago says Collier's. It is too
    TREASURE I .... by w..t..... Newepaper Union. 'wary and fast-moving to be cap
    Union Baseball Up AgainThe tured and spends most of its timeat

    16,000-foot altitudes in the Andes

    fight to unionize baseball has OF THE SEABY I Lesson for August 18 where the air is too cold and rarefied -

    flared again with the Pennsylvania &.1P-U for man.
    up
    VY.KU J4eA0e .non subjects and Scripture text ...
    J itate labor board accepting copyrighted by International Of the few thousand that have
    ?
    jurisdiction In the Pittsburgh base' CHAPTER I grim-lipped men and weak.kneed'p8lseners collision In a .II.. .ReUsloue EducaUoni used by been caught and tamed in Infancy,
    tall club'i case. Casey at the bat one man owns a flock of 300 from
    of both sexes who need In a couple
    may yet be there with a union card AND THE SACREDNESSOF which he shears a total of only 100
    t Such a small thing as a shrimp ed help to get them In the small was a separate
    *. well HUMAN LIFE pounds of wool a year, or barely
    may save a man's life by putting boats the skill! and
    enough for ten men's overcoatsthat
    - new heart Into him at a time when Dick himself had helped women crew for & :
    r Unionized baseball Intrigues us. TEXT-Exodui 20:13: ; Mat have sold for as much as
    his digestive organs'have ceased to and children Into the first boats, winning of what was !6'21.24: 10:29.31: : 18:10.14.
    We are tired of the old patterns In function for lack of fuel If the will smiles of trust from the lat ers. The SELECTION-But I lay $1,000 apiece

    the national game and yearn for to live or die Is dependent upon a ter and glances of frightened approval scended upon brother you That without whosoever a came li shall angry b.with In
    such Items In the box scores as "out bunch of nerve cells and ganglions, from the former. There had rest of the ol the judgment.-Matthew 9:22.

    at. first under checkoff rule"'left . the proper activity of the latter Is been a few others of the passengerswho ing for them '
    on bases; stockholders. 7; cIi. contingent upon the regular carboni actively arrayed themselves by the life Is sacred, and that Is

    rectors, 8" . "forced at third by sation of commonplace foods. alongside the officers to maintain this narrow primarily because of any law

    jurlsdlctlonal dispute," Dick Jordan had reached the point I; order and system. awed and man but because God created

    -eM of semi-starvation and physical exhaustion One of them was Pettlgrew Hen sense of in his own likeness and image 1 I

    The game has become too when lethal forgetfulness Pettlgrew-whose whole life and of wind and that Is true, no man has!

    smooth ani peaceful. Gone are the seemed the greatest boon to man- training made him Immune to fear Jordan was right to take the life of another

    old days of brawls and fireworks to drift off painlessly Into a world and excitement Hen had distinguished when the any cause except at the direct

    every; Inning. What may be neededare of dreams and fancies that ends In himself In that melee as he ticipating ; of God. Only by the 'fftt O'Sullivan SOLES as welt at

    some flashy Interludes where death. He didn't want to live; he always did and won the approval evitable process of law for the pro- Meets next tint yttt havt year
    the pickets overturn some automobiles of society and In accordance
    had lost the will to go on and suffer of the captain. and
    In the outfield, where a gameIs ; he craved surcease from the Early In the confusion they had lifted them the Word of God may there shoes rspairttt.

    called' on account of tear gas or torture of wind and sun and waves separated-Hen Pettigrew and Dick and upset the any such action by man toward MORE MILIAGS

    where some Petrlllo of the national -and from thirst and hunger! Jordan-for the exigency of the moment over and over .
    fame orders a team to use four severed all conventional descend Into of these truths are declared
    that WITH CREATERCOMFORT.
    Clinging to his frail
    support
    players at first, and put on extra Scripture In God's covenant with
    had been the toy of the waves for bonds. Dick had been allowed to go pled upon by -
    shortstops at night am... i : (Gen. 9:9: 6), which was made
    ,
    days and nights-he scarcely knew his own way, free as any: other passenger ing green : '
    .
    _ how many-h. raised his head for ; but he knew, or felt, that After that It a thousand years before the
    It seems to us that modern ball : the other's eyes were on him watch- himself. Commandments were given to ,
    one last look around his narrow undulating
    players' lack the martial spirit horizon before releasing his Ing that he didn't slip Into one of portunity for .

    There Is too much friendliness and hold to slip down Into the green the boats filled mostly with women co-operation. The Prohibition of Murder 4IiYou
    goodwill on the field. Can himself 20.13): ).
    :you waters clamoring to receive him. It and children. He had an unpleasant
    Imagine Phil Murray: taking a was the last despairing look of a sensation that he was still being that had been word "kill" In this command-
    third called strike with nothing 'dying flare watched as a criminal. The vigilance boat. It made Is one which means a violent !
    when faculties
    man the
    :
    than scornful look? but unauthorized taking of life, and
    more a of the law never relaxednoteven one,
    up an Instant, in full intelligence,
    - In the panic of a shipwreck."No his eagerness therefore more properly translat-
    before the final collapse.
    It seems to us evident that the I of It, a fat "murder."
    Then, coming on the crest of a
    modern baseball player needs pro- overreaching all killing Is murder A man
    down its to meet
    wave sliding slope
    tection. He Is too prone to taking ness. : kill another entirely accidental-
    him seaweed
    a small Island of I
    The slender or he may be the duly con
    a third strike philosophically instead I
    thrust Its tentacles of airbladdersand
    of blaming it on the front of and when it legal officer carrying out t.
    his neck '
    fronds about
    greenish
    I r face again the law of the land taking the life
    ace He is too Inclined to lose a pennant and shoulders and
    rustling murmuring
    ,
    with a shrug of the shoulders Jordan ; one who has forfeited his right
    against the sides of his raft. Can Be a Partner
    live because he has slain another.
    Instead of with a protest that he clutched It
    Is being crucified by management. Aroused an Instant by this unexpected to yield his Is also the right of self de Buy U. S. Savings Bonds I

    break In the monotony of his waves rolled be it Individual or collective

    Union rules will level off re- horizon the castawf,' stared at it burled him in war. But these are the only
    In stuplfled wonder It was alive He had let us not attempt to
    ;
    wards. There Is no reason why: s
    with crustaceans and molluscs, raft before the other.
    nan who can sock homers any
    every those tiny forms of life that cling to
    ly cracked, is more prevalent than
    day should get more than a fellow : ,
    algae and make their homes in their of In 1944 there
    food us
    worker raw suppose
    who does his best but can't
    branches-squIds, snails slugs bar. mass of a murder every fifty minutes INewcolorfulall
    poke one out of the Infield. Hits '
    nacles and anthropods. r
    and once more our land.
    and not the
    runs are proper measure
    for rewards. All A tiny: crab floated on the surface. Itself over not forget the deaths, the de
    men are created Dick made a grab for It, but missedIt. of life by avoidable auto-
    equal, and beyond that It Is It was a ,
    His splash startled from their
    accidents. Some of these
    Just luck, rhythm and box scores rimmed eyes .
    I hiding place a school' of shrimp. aI murder because the
    r refused to really
    Robert Murphy who Is doing the
    of these he decapitated I
    Catching one responsible drove with defec
    union organizing in baseball Is a it and ate it raw. The taste i l laughing at his
    t brakes dangerous tires, or
    e. and ,
    hoping
    Harvard man. This puts Harvardone
    awakened dormant Impulses In him.
    he intoxicated. Add to
    up on Yale and Princeton, He began fishing warily for the tiny: an optical the was deaths in Industry: caused
    but we hear Yale may soon demand creatures, driving them into the the same
    failure to provide proper safe
    a 40-hour week for golfers while thing else. It
    open with one hand and cupping healthy working condi ,
    Princeton will ask for the four-day them with the other, or corraling sail that he or
    and by the exploitation of
    in his ,
    I
    ._wee$.tor.horseshoe pitchers. them Into dense of seaweed
    0- _._ a mass him at a labor, and we say that we
    he would fling them on his float CONTINUED.'m
    aloud "Thou shall do no
    all cry:
    pelled
    not In the same boat, came
    Batter upl! And, remember a with the algae and scramble for As the boat ."
    fair division of the profits or else. them before they: could leap back the unexpected reply. made out Its The Provocation to Murder m.tal-runa
    .
    Into the sea. When all but two of the boats from its sails. 8:21: 22). and sounds like real speedboat

    OMIGOSH! It became an exciting game with had been cast off, and the sea was ger, quite finds its provoking cause Rum anywhere there's water-6

    "Take It Easy. Avoid Accidents" real food as the prize. Every time full of them bobbing around like for fishing and the heart of man. Our Lord was to 8 hours on fuel coiling 1/11/ I No

    has been formally adopted as a he caught one and swallowed it, his cockle-shells, he and Hen had come ish hull and about correcting the de moving part to get out of order.

    slogan In the war against auto ac appetite craved more and his face to face-the only two passengers ted like the rather than to apprehend the Comes red or tlCl'1.15

    cidents, and stickers are being Issued fagged brain power rallied to his left aboard. Hen had lookedat slopped along after the act had been green, aDd decks MM*.. ,.,?

    to be pasted on windshields.All assistance, giving him the necessary him, and nodded pleasantly if unwillingly It is the better way, interchangeable to i,:::%s'"s',j...
    of which makes us giggle. "TakeIt : mental alertness and skill for "You've done well Jordan" were that It could the more effective one. make 2-tone boat. *.c.0.0.':

    Easy" lacks punch but even if the work. /' his words. "Which boat do you wantto this matter of murder, Jesus DISTRIBUTORS WANTED. .

    it were a good slogan a windshield go In?" right through the outward as
    ticker would be about as effective A Handful Shrimp Dick was surprised Into stammer- of the matter and pointed out TERRITORIES AVAILABLE I

    against auto accidents as a harp Revives Will to LiveIt Ing by the question. Until then Iloves in an hatred in the heart
    : tlt
    solo against the atomic bomb. there had been no choice. He still Long before the all murder If we ALDEN NOVELTY CO. I
    -.- saved his life-the shrimp and considered himself Pettlgrew's ed Dick Jordan we have murder In our hearts. "
    Death and slaughter rule the road- the game! By the time he had man; he had not thought of making craft from may hinder Its ful j 1225 Vine Street ,

    At laws the goofy drivers snicker; scavenged the mass of seaweed, a break for liberty, Ever since he anxious eyes, but the danger is always PHILADELPHIA 7 PINNA

    So up and at the killers all- robbing it of every form of life that had left the South American portIn from the : until we remove the cause.

    We'll fight 'em with a windshield could be called food, his mind was Hen's custody he had been a mod the Ill-fitting God help those of us who

    sticker! clearer through the functioning of el prisoner, and It seemed slightly shifting In ejl i strong feelings that we may

    his digestive organs, and the will to dishonorable to take advantage of "Fishermen :yield them to the devil In such

    They beat the green, defy the red; live and fight it out flared up again. tho disaster to escape. speaking his against our brother! Yodorachecks'

    They ran folks down with yells of But the handful ,of raw shrimps "Why, the one you choose for me," be far from The Prevention of Murder .

    "Quicker! . had after all, been a mere morselto he answered. "It makes no differ A moment 11:23: 24; 10:29-31; 18.10-14): .
    80 let u* act decisively a starving man and the salt of ence. Is there room for both of acted as If with God means more '

    The cry Is "Forward . with a them, which had tasted good at first, us?" course, he putting up a barrier to try to
    sucker!" was beginning to Intensify his thirst "No not In the same boat," came shouted with men from killing one another.

    He had been fortunate in securingrain the unexpected reply./ "That's why could muster. deals with the heart of man, perspiration

    Elmer Twltchell :yearns for an water for thaflrst three days I'm giving you a choice. You deserve tance, It when that is right the whole !

    easing of the meat situation so a but the last of it was gone, and the It-after this." that they ; will be right. There must be odor 1

    fellow can stop fighting the dog over agony of thirst was beginning to add He waved his hand around to Indicate keen eyes had A Right View of Self (Matt 5:

    a bone. to the tortures of an empty stom his meaning. sea closely 24), We must learn by prayer:
    I 05 derelicts. It humility of heart to suffer at THI AITIN sfST WAY };

    YE OLDE SWAP SHOPPE ach."If there was a sail now;.." he Fettigrcw Willies Dick pick up hands of others, to keep peace, 1

    "Will swap cameras Jewelry, began, and then stopped. Insanitylay ocean on the seek our brother's welfare Made with a/act'eriam hue. Yodora
    microscope, outboard motor, canoe, In that direction. He had looked'for Good Luck in Future prize. that it is not even a question Is actually toothing to normal skins. :I

    sail rod and reel and baseball a sail so long that his eyes were Jordan was more astonished than His cry how we may: feel against our No harsh chemicals or irritating .I -,

    gloves for a bassoon or what have sore and unsteady; he had prayedfor ever. Pettigrew was eyeing him as faces to the If he has aught> against us salts Won't harm skin or clothing.

    you? 911" -' Yankee a magazine it until In a frenzy of disappointment a man and not as an officer of the former are to do all we can to win him. Stay soft and creamy, never gets ,.,

    - he had anathematized all law; he even placed a hand familiarly was a native who believe In Christ are to grainy.

    ' It looks like the complete revolt prayer: as silly and misleading; he on one shoulder. confirmed by In deed as well as word the Try gentle Yodora-Jed the wonderful j

    against the outdoor. .life. had hoped and longed for the sightof "We're Just man to man now, Jordan crew. They of our heavenly Father difference!

    a ship until he had seen them In ," he added. "We're not goingto an ancient 9:43): loving not only those s

    HI-What's become of the old- his dreams-a dozen of them-sailIng leave this ship together-can't, luted by the are kind co us but also our ene

    fashioned farmer who, when you around and around him, mockIng you know-captain's orders. You go A burly .

    asked about the weather, would him tantalizing him even In his your way, and I go mine. U we part of him A Right V.ew of God (Matt. c..e xw.wp.: dN

    sniff the breeze and give you a waking moments. There had been meet again-on shore-I'll pinch hair and : )), He who knows when a

    highly professional answer, often strange illusions, mirages of ships you. It's my duty, But Just now seemed to be falls to the ground Is con ,
    right? A few days ago I asked and argosies, pictures of Islands and we're Well," laughing quietly order came about the smallest detail of re ekokanr i irs.

    one how things were going to headlands, of towns and cities of "friends, I guess I don't mind call- lugger up In lives. No man can lay hands L

    break and he said, "Dunno; I people walking their streets. They Ing you that I wish you good luck I a boat. violence on another man with .
    ain't heard the radio yet today," lad come and gone until the befuddled If you reach shore and I don't I wish Twenty having to reckon with God about .. a.Wn r..ew o.

    Irving Kolodln. brain was at odds with it -wish-" the dirty, misdeeds f ,"

    self."There Dick never knew what he Intended vessel, greedily God is not afar off and too
    Isn't any sail!" he muttered to wish, for at that moment the food and liquid with eternal affairs to be
    "Willark Trout' "has Joined staff o< ; aloud, closing his teeth. harsh, grating voice of the first mate circumstances In the sufferings of the SUN BURN, )

    '"Sports Afield. Magazine and "There are dream sails, mirages of Interrupted, and Jordan tumbled him; but He Is here now, and we ,

    news item. hem, but nothing; real They disappeared Into one boat and Hen Pettigrew be satisfied, count him Into every: rela INSECT BITES

    - from the ocean ages ago.I Into another. be critical. of life.
    "That's landln' em," remark know for I saw the last of them." Almost Instantly they were
    sep half circle A Right View of Man (Matt. eNAIINa ""
    Grid Adams. He had glimpsed a sail-a real arated In the blackness of the night. Tucu, the : ). Even the little ones, ap ri fa 1 1 MUSCLIS'
    sail-when he thrust his head upward Dick was free, in truth, thennoton Black Burley, defenseless and at the roisoM OAK C
    VANISHING AMERICANISMS after his meal of shrimp; but probation. He had the whole worldto the Immediate of a cruel world have guard- ..4 IVYBALSAM i' 1PRAiNsJust

    Leave the waiter, 10 per cent, dear." le wouldn't believe It-wanted to roam so long as he didn't run were Inspecting angels who have access to the .
    e e e believe It-but wouldn't. afoul of Hen Pettlgrew. As they more than of God. He has a special PAT 014 . .

    "/ had a haircut, than and mousse "It's only In my eye," he added. drifted through the darkness of the and In the lost and rejoices of MYRRH
    '
    n.,. a dollar. keep, .tht cftanje. "I'd get cross-eyed If I tried to look night, he smiled broadly, while the but he could the rescue of the one who has

    at all the ships I've seen since others sat and moaned or spoke In It In words. : so we see that even those For 100 ywn thoutandi have rolled,. en
    "Any thlrt in thlt $l." Monford BALSAM of MYRRH fw oulckrainf
    window since that night awed, frightened voices. Would
    Captain Tucu the world regards as weak from Krotchot, burnt, button, oitefr
    That night was forever Indelibly: they ever reach land? How far were face that in unimportant In the mind and ItchM. A toothing, antiMplK, dreulnp .
    are ..
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    hotel rooms tlSfl up" o% e protective coating, kxping ou< woir
    e e Impressing Itself upon his mind-a they from the nearest shore? That sullen, as if the God for good. He watches over and .,tine the bum and tting. Cow ','
    of horror I The steamer was the burden of their conversa spasm and congntion of pvN waked
    nightmare was silently and SoothMcholid
    Ima Dodo "I'd love to < or iprointd'rnutclol ligomenti.
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    lays g had struck In the middle of the of the trick end ehopo od .k,". Af your drugg.tttrial .
    to Moscow and see the Gremlin." tion.At I man who sees himself foi mo bottle, 35 cf (touwheId Mae. 10the 10/
    night and out of the staterooms had first an effort was made to with it; In he Is, and who realizes what OSe; economy a se, Jl. 'f'

    There Is) one thing about not gelling streamed an endless array of keep the boats together but this fierceness of : thinks of man will find that M.rI:.;..'.01..." es- '

    a new ante: Ten are nol myitl strange forms-white-faced women, was soon abandoned by the seamen. that had an agrees with the ,command ot
    14 by sew rattle. frightened children and nurses, There was always the danger of (TO BE: "Thou sbalt not kill." ... 6/CHANFORD MFC:(<). ."..


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    THE OKEECBOBIIIII NJW'>

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    \ ..--,,,--- -.- - --.. _ _ '_ .__ _c___ __ __,_ __ _ -4__ -- ----- .------ .--- --- later made the r.
    that up
    ... .. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Russell bave Elements
    ..oOtOOOOOtO ::9'....... . ... Seventh Army spearheaded the successful
    Qfhcc) LIIICC 52 Lbs.I oooooooooo.1 home her after
    LOST their
    1 t returned to invasion of North Africa,

    SIZE 14 AOAIM" CLASSIFIED ADS : PersonalRepresentative weeks at the former)
    Local and feur American
    Friday .. O D. WItU.FT.WOKTHAaPtettmal spending the first blow struck by
    Published Every

    , Okeechobee News Co.. at : : may l .1 Ion ponndi and a Hon'han.. > ....-.:+........:+..:+.-+:--x+:+:+:>o I home of Mr. Russell In New Yorkl fighting men against Hitler.:
    < r No

    : bee, Okeechobee County BM...|.No potato rfrua*.. fravy No 1..11, buttan.lira. _. SALESMEN WANTED. ........................... State.
    ;
    I ". .ap.bae.d welt.
    BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. .v no* b. dlffaraMt the you envy... M '
    way not try tot YDS Vltamt. Rennli Padgett returned to his
    second elsaa I P1.n? bank .t then tealte. VETERANS LOOK HERE! Men and
    Entered!: as W, J. Hendry
    t 1M4\ at the Post Office I euelewt= eeed..ee.d lnI e wanted to start In business on our I borne here Wednesday from Ocala
    nee, Flu, Biiiler Act of "" .) do.t men erne R. B. Me serve returned to Okee-
    s ratee."I I ::.. foei few 4 totePo wsksalt tied..r.ee ,. capital, Sell some 200 Farm-Home and Salt Springs where he spent the

    SUBSCRIPTION AYI)9 V W.ey chobee last Friday afternoon from
    I .......... PI... Product Thousands our dealersnow week. Hia father B. K. Padgett
    One Tsar In advance .. .. past
    make quick aales big profits. Jacksonville where they went to attend
    .. that Arda Pt..y.e ,
    Six Months In advance .. =;=
    I .., m *la. .taece.e. remained over for another week.
    Three Months In advance : ..............,rtxtfoplrcutUMa For particulars write Rawleigh's, a meeting of the Florida Game j{

    s tilbEE Dept. FAH-179-193, Memphis, Tenn.
    In local and Fresh Water Fish Commission
    notices
    *
    Reading line. Katee for ( ( 1.. harm).... !n dens d Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roe had aa 01I
    cents s t
    tising furnished on '. .&onl.11 aAoC&U U..:w wo w.'use rem. FOUND-Stray Steer, 8H or 4 years which was held at the Roosevelt their house guests last week their

    Ittpd tier Insertion.sdrertlslDff All Items 2 cent, | WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIES old. Owner may have same by Identifying Hotel there Thursday of last week.S. niece Miss Shirley Roe and a school 1

    terpriaes conducted tor out this Adv aa a reminder. it and payment of advertising mate Mill Jane Knablock of Detroit *
    chargeable at advertising
    cost L. M Breeland !
    --- -- Mich. After visiting In Okeechobee
    H. McDougald, vice president I .

    of the Okeechobee County Bank, they were guests at the Trlntoni
    FEMALE HELP WANTED-
    spent last Saturday and Sunday atZephyrhilla Hotel, Miami Beach until last Sun-|I
    Earn a Good Income and get .
    visiting) Mrs. McDouRald day when they made the return

    your own dresses free, showingand I and their daughter. journey by plane to their horn.

    selling the latest New York .. I wMrt
    Okeechobee Armature -
    Shop Styles. For Information and sales returned ,
    .. Mr. and Mr. Willie Norris Mrs Ernest Hunt and daughters
    kit write Southern Division Manager
    to their home here Wednesday have returned from Palatka where
    Modern Manner Clothes P. O
    morning from Dothan, Alabama they went to attend the wedding of
    Box 2056 Tampa 1 Fla.NOTiFt .
    ,
    ELECTRIC MOTORS, FANS, i where they were called on accountof Mrs. Hunt's niece Mary Louise Robert -

    the serious Illness of his brother, .. While away they visited In St.
    or ,\rnirATioxFOR
    LIGHT PLANTS / TAX DEE) Cawthon, who was 111 with pneumonia. Augustine, Green Cove Springs and

    Notion Is lierehy given that Julie They report his condition Im Salt Springs

    Mr Mn I leu the bolder of the following ,
    REPAIREDAll F certificates hAS filed said certificates proved.
    for n tax depd to he IBSIIPI thereon The notorious Dachau Concentration

    The certificatenumbers and years of .
    lnBimnre. the description of the propprtv. Miss Ferilie Hunt returned Saturday Camp with its 80,000 starving t

    and the tinmen In which It was from Tallahassee where she prioners was uncovered by the
    'fr"i
    Work Guaranteed niMpuwd are MS follows :
    ('"rlltlrat"0.. 1WJ: : Year of Ism- took a course In piano teaching Seventh Army on April 29, 1945
    .
    tore 11113.Cprtifivote: methods for week under Miss .
    a
    nf IssnnnceCertificate
    No. Ill Yam
    "'!)I Mary Reeder, Florida State College Its combat and German occupation

    '':' ,,1HI.! So. W, Vnr of Issuance for Women. While in Tallahassee Jobs completed the Seventh Army'' H ci

    C. L. STRICKEL Hcscrlptlon of property: she was a guest of Miss Ruby Dun- was inactivated on March 31, 1946, I
    Lot 2, Block 2IK, City of okwchobee
    I Name In which aKsesHcil L. 8. Turbo- Stan and Miss Rachel Crotwell. at Heidelberg, Germany. I

    till l..tAll .
    Located in Markham Building I of anld property: being In the -

    rountv of Okcecho.bee, Ptnte of Flnrldn -
    NOTICE er ELECTION The Cotteettas srf !Taxee jy :Amending HI The legislature sJisTl .t the Legle.latlve .

    North Park Street I'hli'fls such certificate or certificates WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1141. Sections 11 and 11 of Article VIII ol the Session ot IMT. and from time W
    Constitution of the State of Florida time thereafter enact laws specifying
    to law under the Constitution of 1889 of the as
    shell hn rednemiid according ,
    State .< Florida, did pan S Joint Reaoutlons Adopted at the General Election of November the powers, function., duties end compensation -
    PHONE 155NOTICE tin property described In such certl- proposing amendments to the 1W4, said Amendment to Provide of County Tax Collector dealt
    fliHte or t-prtlfliatp.. will IIP sold to Constitution ol the State ei Florida, and for the Re-Numbering of Sections natal la paragraph 1 ot this Section U.
    the highest Milder, pt the court bonne the same wire agreed te by a vote eithreefifths 11 lAd 11 of Article VIII ef the Constitution and shall likewise provide for the ode
    door on the first Mondny In the monthof ol all the numbers elected of the State of Florida aa Adopted lection care, custody, reporting and disc
    September 1040! which Is tbe 2nd la each house that the volt on said at the General Election ia flovabej: buraement of all taxes collected _' the
    ion of September 1040.DntPd Joint Resolutions were entered upon 1V44, and te Amend Section < County Tax Collector.
    - this list any of July loin their respective Journals with the :ytas of Article Vffl of the Constitution of .
    Mnnil 1*. Hnulcrson.Seal and aaya thereon, end they: did deter the State of Florida, and to Provide that 4 -
    Clerk Court ofOkeecholme mine and direct that the Mid Joint In the County of Hlllsborouih State of HOUSE! : JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 11*
    Circuit
    ( ) of Florida Tex Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION
    Resolutions be submitted to the electorsof the County Proposing aa
    Cunnty, Florida the State st the General election: In Arise the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI of the Con.etltutlon .
    November 1949 the purpose of Levying State, County: of the State of I'lorlcl..r
    NOW THEREFORE:, 1. R A. ORAT, Schools and Municipalities In the County: Adding Thereto An Additional Section so
    NOTICE' OF APPMCATIOV Secretary of State of the State of Florida of Hillsborough Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by a C_
    FOB TAX DEED do hereby live notice that a City Florida, which Shall be Exempt current Resolution of the Senate and
    Notice Is hereby given that J. T. GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions ef this Amendment, House of Representatives ef a Director
    Hancock tan bolder of the win be held In each county: In Florida T.... Levied by: the State, County: of the Budget and to Authorize the Legislature .
    IT IS PROHIBITED BY LAW followingtertlficete. on TuHd'r: ext succeeding the drat County School Boar : Districts, to Prescribe hat Powers anal
    : has filed said certificate Monday: In Nov.mb.r. A. D. 11.1, the Special Tax School 'DIf and ,the Duties Quallficstlens and Term et Of-
    for a tax deed to l he Issued .thereon MId Tuesday: being the Municipalities of the County Except the fice.

    I. To construct any bridge, levee, dyke, building or other construction The certificate numbers and years of FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plant City Florida.B BE IT RESOLVED: BY THE LBOTSLA.TURS .
    IsHunnce, tbe description of the property for the ratification or refection/ of the, IT RESOLVEDb BY THE LEOISLA- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAl
    on the Everglades Drainage District right of and the names In which It was said Joint Rewlutlona proposing TURE OF THE STATS OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment te 'Ar-
    ways, as pssed are ss follow: menu to the Conitltutloa el That the following Amendment ofArticle tide XVI ef the Constitution ot Ute Staff
    Certflcote No.' 81, leer of Issuance II.Florida vti A"end.1 VIII of the Constitution of the of Florida by adding thereto aa atidt
    2. To connect drainage installation 1043r - State of Florida relative to the ,..._ tlonal section to be known ae SeeUoavH,
    any system or pumping
    ; and all taxes la end andshsll
    > .crlritlon of meat Collection of the be the same is hereby agreed ts
    property
    with the arterial canal : NAn: : JOINT RESOLUTION! County of Hillsborough. State of Florida, be submitted to the electors ef-the)
    system, N 105 ft. of NWiof NEH of NB'4 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing ant by Re-Numkertmt Section II as adopted State of Florida for ratification or rejection
    mid N 11tt, of E: 2QO ft. of N/j of Amendment te the Constitution ol the at the General Election of U4 so ss to at the general election tor Representatives
    NW1,4 of NRi/4 being part of lot 41. State of Florida. to be known U Article make It read Section U of Article VIII to be held In the year AM ,
    8. To remove, disturb, or alter any spoil banks on the Ever- Being In Sec 10 T\\'p. 3S lUe. 31Nuiiiff XX. Sections 1 and S, Thereof Relating of the Constitution of the State ef Florida u follows
    In which as.cRHcM Eva C. MeI to the Consolidation Abolishing or Cre- sad by: Amending Section la of SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by
    All of inId property hnlnir In the" Aiaeument and Collection of Munlc.pal State of Florida, as adopted at the General who shall ae appointed by a eon__
    TnnntT of Olippchobpp nf Taxes by County Tax Officiate, In Orange Election In November, of 1(44 so resolution of the Senate and Hoes*); eg
    4. To otherwise interfere with the operation or control of the riorldn, State County.: Florida, and Providing for R.I.I ss to make It read Section 11 of Article Representatives- shall by law, con.slstent .
    erendum Elections for Acceptance or Re- vm of the Constitution et the State 01'' with other provisions of this Con.stltutloa .
    Everglades Drainage District canals or control structures, Moire !Such' certllentp: or certificates I' Jectlon of any Law or Laws En.cted by: Florida, cod U exclude the City of Plant prescribe his powers and du.....
    shall he rcdepinoil according to the Legislature of the State of Florida City from said Amendment Be and the provide for his .... .. "
    low the l property dencrlhed In such ee Provided la said Proposed Amendment same Is hereby: agreed to and shall be of office, the length of "'r.b.m:
    WITHOUT first obtaining' permit from the Board of rerflflcnt or cerMflcnten will he sold submitted to the Electors: ef the Stats wholly: within the discretion of the Leg
    to the highest bidder' at tbe court BE IT RESOLVED BY TW LEGISLATURE ef Florida for Ratification er Rejection islature and shall net be limited by Sew
    Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District, complying with home door on the first MonrtHV In the, OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA at the General Election to be held on Won T, Article XVI of the Constitution
    month of !'Soifemhpr I'M"! which I 1ft That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday after the first Mondayla I
    Its General Construction Regulations. the lad dnv' of m Constitution of Florida, te be known u November, 154xISECTION
    i trT'vl\Otf\: : I Article XX Sections 1 and 1, thereof II. 1. From and after January i COMMITTEE 5StyBSTITUTEROUSE
    I>ntPd ,
    thin Slat day \. relating to the consolidation, abolishing I, 18.., the County Tax Assessor of' JOINT RESOLUTION NO. T*
    :Mnhcl I'. Raiilcrson. and creating of certain County offices Hillsborough County shall assess allproperty
    Board of f'ommlssioncrs of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the
    Everglades Drainage district, (1'1"011 Clerk of Circuit Court of end for assessment and eolleetlon of municipal for all State, County, Schooland Amendment of Section 30, of Article III
    Dkppchohpe County: Florida taxes by County tax officers In Municipal Taxes to ee levied In ot the Constitution of the State of Flor
    OIUOBU Building, West Palm Beach Florida.
    Orange County, Florida, and providing Hllliberough County by the State, Ida Relating to ppwprlationnBE
    r lor referendum elections for acceptance County, County School Board, School !: IT RESOLVED- BY THE LEGISLATURE .
    or rejection of any law or laws enactedby Districts Special Tax School Districts and OF THE: STATE OF FLOROJAl
    GEMS: FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK : the Legislature of Florida as provided Municipalities except In the City: of Plant That the following amendment of ....'
    therein, be submitted ta the qualified City Florida, which City shall be exempt tlon 30, Article III of the Constitution of
    I electors of the State of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this the State of Florida relating to approprl.stlons .
    ni.e'II'
    DECISIONMen or rejection at the next generaleiacion J. The Legislature shsll st the Is hereby agreed to and shall be
    to ee held In the :year lMe, lative Seaslon In 1(47 and from time to submitted to the electors oi the State I
    must be decided on what they tc-wH- : time thereafter enact laws specifying the of Florida for ratification ar rejection at
    I powers, functions. duties and compensation the next General Election to be held in
    will not do and then they are able ARTICLE XX of the County Tax Assessor designated November A. D. 1148; la te ssy that
    SECTION 1. The Legislature te authorized in Paragraph I ef Section 51. and ; Ihh; I
    said Section 30
    of the Constltutlon
    to act with vigor In what they oughtto I and empowered to provide by: law shall likewise provide by law for the of the State of Florida shall be- '
    I or laws enacted by It at Its regular session extension the Assessment Roll of the amended
    and amended
    do. shsll
    as read
    --Mencius: held in A. D. 1147 or at any: County: Tax Assessor of all t.".. levied follows ae

    Staney's.RADIO regular seaslon thereafter for the consolidation by the State, County, County: School SECTION 30. Laws making tber ap.propriations .
    .i abolishing or creating of any: Board School Districts, Special: TaxSchooj for the salaries of
    I There is County Offices In Orange County Florida located public I
    nothing more to be esteemed District* and Municipalities nlilciala and employees: and all ether '
    Provided, there la excepted from In the County of Hillsborough
    xpe-uws of the State ahall contain
    I than a manly firmnesa and I the effects of this Article judges ef ell State of Florida, with the exception of / on no other subject nor shall provisions anappropriation -
    decision of chlracter.Hulltt courts; and to provide for the assessment the City of Plant City which Is hereby be an Incident ef any other
    and collection of municipal taxee ami
    exempt from the provisions ef this bill all state appropriations
    ;
    I assessments, or either of them by: County :7mendment for the except appropriations
    county schools counties -
    AND APPLIANCE t tax officers In said County Any law so SECTION IS. 1. From and skier January cities, or other political subdivisions

    i I Xo man, for any considerable per enacted of respecting County the offices consolidation shall oror''lon 1, 19.., the County Tax Collector In of the State, appropriations for permanent
    : iod t any pre. the County: of Hillsborough State ef Improvements and buildings for
    can wear face duties
    one to himself scribe the and -
    compensation
    powers
    Florida shall collect all taxea levied in state Institutions as provided for by: laws
    SERVICE and another of the officers designated therein the County by the State, County CountySchool enacted st the 1943
    \ to the multitude without to exercise and discharge the duties of : : : legislature or prior
    Board, School Districts Special legislature,d .for pensions, retirement
    finally getting bewildered as to i the offices so consolidated or created; sad Tax School Districts and Munklpalltieeof funds and trust funds, shall be included
    law respecting the
    assessment
    any so enacted Hillsborough County Florida, In one general bill
    except appropriation or any
    and collection of municipal taxesand
    which may be true. Hawthorne i In the Plant It amendment
    either of City: of City: being exempt or supplement theretoand
    assesuments. or them by
    : from the provisions of this Amendment shall be for no longer thin two years.
    officers shall provide for
    liounty tax the
    ALL WORK GUARANTEED DAYSr assessing: collecting, accounting for and L The Legislature shsll st the Legislative All appropriations made prior to the
    90 Session ol 1M7 and from adoption of this section which .
    Ho! sune\ that God directs your disbursing of said taxes and for aneuJ time to are con.trary
    I time thereafter enact laws specifying the te the provisions settles
    I manta to the appropriate municipalauthorities 0:1I.11: \
    way; then, hasten to follow under I and for compensation foe powers, functions, duties and compensation i shall expire ss 'of July 1,
    I such county taxing officers for services of County: Tax Collector designated -
    every circumstance' I rendered Incident thereto. That If any: In Paragraph 1 of Section H. and shall -
    New Radios Available Now -Mary Baker EddyA such law respecting the consolidationor likewise provide nor.the collection, carecustody HOUSE!: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. ITT
    disbursement of
    creation of any county: offices Is accepted A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa
    I j and ratified at the referendum all taxes collected by the County Tax Amendment U Article V of the Constitution
    election herein provided such law shall Collector. of Florida by Adding Thereto aa
    Electric and Battery f determinate purpose In life anda become effective with respect to the offices Additional Section Relating to the Election

    steady adhesion to It through all : affected thereby: on the first Tuesday of the Judge of the Court of Record
    I after the first Monday In January HOUSE! !: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Ill In and for Escambla: County aad the

    LOCATED P 1 disadvantages, are Indispensable 'ot any: :year Immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa County Solicitor of said County.BE -
    IN general election had subsequent to said Amendment to Article VIII ol the Con IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIsxL
    NATHAN conditions of suteas. referendum election at which electors for itltutlon ot the Huts of Florida Relativeto TURE!: OF THE: STATE: OF FLORIDA
    ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. President of the United States are voted Aaaeiamant o( Property: for Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article V ef MM
    -w. M. .PunnhonA I Cori and U an' .ucb law repectln the the Collection of Taxas, by: Adding Constitution of the State ot Florida aw
    I asse.ement and eoilectlon of municipal Thereto Additional Sections te Provide amended by: sddlng thereto an additional
    taxes and assessments, or either of them that In. the County: of Bay State ef section to be known ss Section eg .f
    double minded man is unstable' by county tax officers .Is accepted and Florida, the County Tax Aaicnor shall said Article, relating to the election .,
    tatlfied\ at the referendum election a.I A....i the Property ot the County for thePurpoic the Judge of the Court of Record ha easd
    in all his ways -Jame. 1:8 I provided herein the lame shall become \tT.t'i.County, School for Escambla County: and the Counts'
    ,I effective on the first day of Januarynext and u by the Solicitor ef said County and the same rhereby
    succeeding such referendum election. State County. School Board
    agreed submittedto
    : oh '
    School Dlitrlcts, Special Tax School Districts : rIIoI' Sate
    The left aide of the SeventhArmy's the the of Florida
    b SECTION S. Before any law described and Municipalities of the County: for ratification or rejection at the Oca-
    See Us For line cracked the Siegfriedline ia the preceding section of this Article BE: IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA. oral Election to be held on the rrs1Tueeday
    In .b.1I b. 01 any force and effect. It shall TURE OF THE STATE: Or FLORIDA after the first Monday is, w
    the drive that was launched be accepted and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment to Article vcmber 1948 ss follows
    with the Third Army on March 15 vote 0' the qualified electors of Orange VIII of the Conitltutlon of the SECTION*. Th. Judge ef the Coon
    County, Florida, at a referendum election of Record In and for Eacsmo'a Count*
    Those II 1, Slate of Florida relative to the A.....-
    PlumbingSupplies You've Been Waiting 1045. I to be called and held for the purpose m.nl and Collection of all taxesn the and the Count Solicitor of -aid County
    of determining whether such law shall Ceuty of Bay. State Florid, by adding shall a elected by the qualified
    I '
    For !' be accepted and ratified or rejected By I therelo additional lf section, to be electors of said, county ss other steM and

    ,I. The 3rd and 45th Divisions the qualified electors ef said :held known es Section 14 and Section 15, bt county officials are elected. The first;
    Infantry Such referendum election shall
    and the same Is hereby: freed to and election of the Judge of the Court eel
    New Shipment of Toilet were the firat elements of the within ninety days after the effective, shall be submitted to the Electora of Record In sod for Escambla' County and
    Showers, Metal date of any suck law. The Board of I the State of Florida for ratification or of'IIlht.C rJW.tsr IIn'I"i: county
    Kitchen Seventh Army to cross the Rhino County Commissioners shall provide for rejection st the general election to beheld ec la
    Sinks, Galvanized Fittings Valves the holding of any such referendum election on the first Tuesday after the first 1>48, to take office the first Tuesday
    on March 26, 1015, using annual end notice thereof shall be published Monday In November, IMS. aa follows after the tint Monday: In January ,
    by said Board once each week for at for' term of four The or
    and a term
    Other :years.
    Plumbing Fixtures \ boats near Mannheim. I least four successive weeks Immediately SECTION 14. (1) From and after tenure of office of anyone heretoforeor
    II I I I next prior to the date of such election, January 1, 1M4, the County Tax Assessor hereafter appointed to cither of the
    la a newspaper of general circulation In In the County ef Bay State of Florida, offleea herein mentioned shall not be ex-
    WESTCO : Hid County. Except aa herein otherwise shall assess all property for all State, ended
    r : citherof
    WATER SYSTEMS The late General George S. Patton t hereby. Any vacancy la
    and
    School Municipal
    County, taxes to
    provided the laws ef the State relating said offices which occurs prior to said
    was the first commander of the I'' to the holding of general elections shsll be levied In the County by: the State lint' Tuesday: sfter the first Monday la
    cover the holding ef any such referendum County: County School Board School January H>4>. shall be filled by eppotnt-
    Seventh Army. Of It he said "The I'"' election. If any such law shall Districts, Special Tax School Districts went by the Governor and confirmation
    be sccepted and ratified by the majority and Municipalities. by the Senate as heretofore provided by
    SMITH'S PLUMBING Seventh was born at sea and bab. ef electors participating In any: such Ill The Legislature shall at the Legislative the Constitution but In no ease for anrnnger
    SHOPPhone tizeil In blood." 1 referendum election .uch law shall become Session la 1M7 and from tlm. to than until the first Tuesday eftev
    i and be In full force and effect but time thereafter enact laws specifying the the first Monday la January 1M* and
    J If st any such election a majority of the powers, functions, duties and compensation the term or tenure of office of anyone:
    electors participating therein shall voteagainst of County Tax Assessor designated appointed to cither ef said offices teethe
    60 the acceptance and ratification In paragraph 1 of this Section 14, and term beginning In .le 47 Wall expire)
    of such law It shall be null and void shall likewise provide by law for the on said first Tuesday after the. first
    CHILLS & FEVER and of no force and effect The canvassing extension on the assessment roll of the Monday: In January, IMS .
    PLUMBING SUPPLIES ROOFING WORK board of said County: shall see County: Tax Assessor ef all taxes levied SECTION t prevision of-MM .
    tlfy the result of any: such referendum by the State County SchnalBoard Constitution conflict '
    & SUPPLIES DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED666 election to the Secretary of State within Schooj CD'I rr.i., Special TaxSchool by repealed.IN .In herewith la here
    i\\ ;;
    tea days after the holding thereof.SOUSE Districts and municipalities.
    '"
    SECTION 19. Ill From and after TESTIMONY WRXREOP: I aeve
    See Us For an Estimate r" g January 1, 1MI. the County: Tax Collector hereunto act my hand and affixed the
    JOINT RESOLUTION NO. a In the County of Bay State of Florida Great Seal et the State ef Florida at
    A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing sat shall collect ell taxes levied la the Tallahassee the this the let day
    J Amendment to Article VIII ef the Conetltutlon Countby the Stale, County, County o< August, A. ClftU.1o
    r1 of the State ef Florida Relative School Bond School Districts, Special (UAL D.R.. A. GRAY,
    4 te Assessment of Property" for fuser and Tax Ktuwt Districts aid MualalfallUee. - -center* ef lUfa _



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    -WOMACK! I I I white brocaded satin waist fashioned Charles Hendry Jr., brother of the .r. .g.v .-

    I A wedding of much Interest was with a iweetheart neckline. The bride. TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES,
    The bride's mother wore chartruse
    ;i., that of Miss Gloria Ruth Hendry, long sleeves extended Into polnta at CASH REGISTERS GILBERT
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    ,!" daughter of Mr. and Mn. Charles the wrliti. The skirt of net ended s
    and a corsage of white roses. SERVICED BOUGHT &: SOLD THEATREK
    W. Hendry of Jacksonville Beach In a ,brelf train. The fingertip veil The groom's mother wore an aqua .
    Florida and Rattan M. Womack, ion was attached to a coronet of orange suit with black accessories and a .. Repairs To All Makes '! GI X 3 X S!: ::.@::='31
    of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Womack of blononu. Her. only jewelry was a corsage of gardenias.Immediately .
    this city, In a double ring ceremony tingle atrand of pearla. She carrieda following the ceremony Sunday and Monday
    the couple left for a brief The Craft ShopPhone
    solemnized Thursday August 8, shower bouquet of white roses trip up the East Coast after which August 18-11, 1141
    1:30 P. M. at the First Baptist mingled with tube ro>es. time they will make their home In "RHAPSODY IN BLUE"
    . .' Church of Okeechobee with the Rev.,' Mist Dorothy Womack, sister of Okeechobee where Mr. Womack Is 693 - - Ft. Pierce with
    Clarence Eiland officiating.The the groom, waa maid of honor. Her I employed by the Atlantic Dredging Joan Ualle
    ' altar, Illuminated with gown was of pink taffeta with a and Construction Company. The 4 Robert Aide
    i candlelight, was banked with white boulder length veil attached to a''' bride chose for traveling a pink suit .
    gladiolas against a background of Juliette cap of pink net. She car with white accessories.R. CARTOON MUSICAL: -
    palms and ferns. rled a nosegay of pink roses. EVERGLADES GRILLLocated NEWS REEL
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    t rendered by Miss Betty Barber, bee and Mra Clyde Durrance. Miss chobee: County Bank Is expectedto la
    111 pianist, Including "I Love You!' Rigsbee'a gown was of pink taffeta I return here this week end after EVERGLADES HOTEL BUILDING
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    The, Years". Miss Sylvia Snell sang'!/ wore julietta caps and ahould'i Orlando. NOW OPEN
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    ,. The bride, given In marriage by David Hamrick was best man, and campaign ended, Just 36 days and SteaksOpen Jack Haley
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    ltllfrfSl.tN.W.Hawaii LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS this weekly column on problem of

    If You uP Up tht veteran and serviceman and hit family.
    Expects to Become sPickles Frankfurters Stuffed with Cheese Qnntiont may bt addretttd to the)
    The 49th State In 1947 Own ChiliAfter Hot Potato Salad above Bureau and they will 6*tnnctred
    Sliced Tomatoes in a tubttquent column. No replies tan I&\Ip

    Carrot Strips Celery Hearts be modi direct by mail but only In tho

    HONOLULU.-Citlzens here expect al- Hot Toasted Buns column regularly which unit appear in this news.paper .

    Fresh Fruit Cup
    statehood for Hawaii at the 49th Chocolate
    Chip Cookies
    itate in 1947. They believe they deserve Self'Employment

    it. have earned it. in peace Beverage Approximately 360,000 veterans c'2, .L1 I1A ijrICJ
    and war, and all factions have com have received more than $118,000-

    posed their differences and are presenting leave green 000 in readjustment allowances for 1:

    a united front in favor of beans whole. self-employment under provisionsof IUII0U'a

    statehood. Dice cucumbers, the O.L bill as of the end of the

    Your Hometown Reporter made a I cut peppers fine. fiscal year Jun. 30, the Veterans

    trip over the Island of Oahu en Place beans, peppers administration has announced.

    route to the atomic bomb tests at onions and These self employed veterans a

    Bikini and In talking to many representative 'I cucumbers Into W were engaged in farming, Independent .

    citizens, gained at leastan enough cold salt- businesses or in trades or :

    over-all picture of how and why ed water (ft cup profession The vast majority of tk.t .

    all opposition to statehood in the I salt to one gallon such veterans are engaged in agricultural

    Islands has melted away during the of water) to cover. Let stand overnight activities and the remaining

    war years I and drain. Separate cauliflower enterprises vary from operation
    I Into small pieces. Cook 10 of a shoe repair establishment to tt+C xY
    Lorrln Thunton publisher of the
    minutes in boiling water. Drain. the practice of medicine or law.
    Honolulu Advertiser and an ntl-
    I r Cook beans, 10 minutes In boiling These allowances are available to
    statehood advocate until a few
    I water, drain. I veterans engaged in full-time self-
    yean ago, expressed the main fear I Boil sugar, spices and vinegar for employment for profit, and if their
    In the minds of citizens over
    many n 10 minutes, add vegetables and cook net earnings for a given month are
    statehood fear which has been
    a for another 10 minutes. Let stand less than $100, they are paid the ,
    dissipated. That fear Jap domination
    was until cold. Pack vegetables Into difference between the net earningsand 1532
    of the Islands due to high &
    sterile jars and fill with, hot vinegar- $100. The period for which a
    birth rate among the Japs and their wash jars for canning 12.42L
    you spice mixture. This will make veteran is entitled to allowances depends
    likely un-Amerlcanlsm. The past sterilize them by pouring hot waterto about 10 pints of pickles. upon) his length of service in
    few years, however, have shown | fill, then empty water from them Our wartime shortages of catsup the armed forces, the maximum being L Beginner's Dress

    that the Jap population and birth and set the jars Inverted on a clean and chill sauce have made 10% months if the veteran has JUST two main pattern pieces'

    rate rapidly are declining and the towel until ready to use. homemakers determined to have many a lover 9V4 months of service to his 1529 this charming daytime
    war years proved the Japs on the credit. 34-48 frock that closes Just below the
    plentiful
    supply of their Besides
    Island loyal to the American cause. Your family won't go without own. I waist. Makes easy sewing for the
    what's better than the fragrance Questions and Answer
    Not one act of sabotage or any other those tasty pickles chill sauces and and beginner. Dropped shoulders accent
    superior taste of these I
    un-American act was found during catsup U you put home-made Q. My son has been In the armyalmost a trim, neat waist, soft gathers

    the years of war. As a matterof I fi R| up your own sup- Chili delicacies Sauce. 4 years, spending 31 months Cool Nightie and a bow tie give a dainty

    fact, the Jap regiments from 'M T plies this sum M bushel of overseas He came back to the ESPECIALLY nice for the feminine air. Certain to win you

    Honolulu I In the American army I .\0 r: t ,, '" mer and fall. We 24 medium-sited tomatoes onions, ground states from In February bad 1946, suffering slightly larger figure Is this many compliments.neat .
    mental condition.lie .
    were the most decorated regimentsto '" 'II don't know what a neat and delightfully cool night a a e
    / 3
    come out of the war. ,rl.- .... market condl- 3 red green peppers, ground Is now in Jail charged with dress. Narrow lace makes a No 1S32 cornel In sizes 12, 14

    Another fear was the effect of ,', ( tons will be for 1 large peppers bunch,celery ground act burglary.on the Military civil laws.authorities He has won't em- pretty design to match the flatteryards:'of o:354ra: 39.Inch.SFWIVO 42 .Size 14 require 4

    statehood upon the sugar industry, : these products 3 tablespoons salt ployed and asked ing sweetheart neckline. The backis
    for
    a lawyer
    mainstay of) Hawaiian economic during the next 1 quart vinegar a slit to the waist and there's a CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
    doctor to check him over. He pled 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, 111.
    life. With sugar quotas set for three :year, but if you have your own youwon't 3 pints sugar guilty at the preliminary hearing narrow belt to tie. Use a colorful Enclose 23 cents In coins for each

    years, however, heads of the Industry Lions.be slave 4 tablespoons mixed spices lie has enlisted back In the army all-over print with crisp white pattern desired,

    have come to feel that they will I (placed In a bag) for three more years. His bond Is trimming. Pattern No. "\Ie-

    have a better chance for success Most canning budgets will permit Cook all Ingredients together until $750 but he Is unable to furnish . Narr-

    in favorable laws pertaining to the :putting up some relishes because as thick. Fill sterile jars and seal bond and must remain In jail until 34.Pattern 30. 38. No.40 42 1529, 44.li 46 designed and 48 for Size sizes 36
    industry if they can align them a general rule they do not requiretoo Tomato Catsup. superior court meets in August. He 1>4 yards oil 33 or 39.Inch: 1'a\ yard Address I

    selves with the other sugar-growing much in the way of sweeten 1 bushel ripe tomatoes Is my sole support. My father Is narrow lace. I

    states of Louisiana Mississippi and ing. If these recipes prove too gen 8 large red peppers 115 years old. I am 56 and In poor

    Florida, than by remaining as a erous in quantity, cut them in 10 large onions health unable to work. He made an

    territory. Sugar In Hawaii is a 60- :halves or) quarters and follow In Wash and core tomatoes, seed allotment for support Will It stop

    million-dollar industry. Next comes structions.I'm peppers, peel onions and cut into while he Is In prison Where can

    the pineapple Industry at approximately including old favorites in f>\ \.} '/'> pieces. Cook In I apply for help for my son? -
    50 million dollars with tour- ]pickles and relishes which I'm sure Its r their own juice U. N., Columbus, Ga.

    ists rated as the third Industryand will add much to your personal eating I L until soft, then A. I am afraid I cannot give you

    shipping the fourth. I pleasure during the winter. It's a -_ strain. This will much help. Your son's attorney
    A Serious DrawbackOne easy to make pickles because they '" make about 2 should know what is best for him A noted fashion authority ad- If you wish to mix cheese with

    have enough vinegar and spices so ..J! .? L... gallons of pulp. to do. The- army- says that while a Vises buying a hat last when other ingredients to be cooked, cut
    factor may have to be that you will not have to worry too :S gallons of tomato pulp serviceman is in th"ha dsu of the planning a new ensemble. It is I the cheese in small pieces or

    changed if statehood comes to the much about spoilage. 1 quart sugar civil authorities he is consideredaway then. impler to make a better selection grate it.Late .

    Islands. That is the present land Now, let's get the jars ready and 2 quarts cider vinegar without leave. After three in regard to color, materialand -.-

    laws. These land laws have been at make plans for canning on the next 2 tablespoons salt months all allowances are can style. fall is regarded as the best

    once a blessing and a curse to the fairly cool day that comes along. 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon celled. Should he be convicted, be -.- time to do house painting, for by

    progress and growth of the Islands. ]I know you'll want a good supply of Cook tomato pulp for 30 minutes. will be discharged from the army.Q. Heavy roof paint applied to In- then the long summer sun has re-

    They are a result of the land grants |these two favorite pickles for next Add sugar vinegar, salt and cin I was In the army 19 months side of metal gutters will prevent moved all moisture from the wood.

    made by King Kamehameha whenhe winter: namon. Boil until thickened then and want to get some Information rusting for a long time. ._ _.,___
    started out to democratize his seal In sterilized Jars. about my discharge, since It Is a -.- 'u "

    kingdom and divide the land among Bread and Butter Pickles. You might just as well make wa- Section 8. How can I go about getting Drab-looking flower pots can be CHOOSE BY NAME

    the people. Five per cent of the 23 large cucumbers termelon rind pickles because they the $20 a week as I have been brightened by going over them Tbe name St. Joseph guarantees
    12 onloDslced D( speed economy
    land was retained as belonging to make such a nice relish for meat out of employment most of the time with ordinary wax crayons. In quality ase:ulna Always
    }i salt
    the king and the royal family. This cup courses, and they are inexpensive, and the discharge keeps me from -.- aak for St. Joseph Aspirin.

    land today Is In the hands of the Place cucumbers in cold water too. getting any decent jobs?-J. F. W., To remove dust from wall pa-

    Bishop estate, and the rentals and and let stand until crisp. Wipe Watermelon Pickles. Harrisburg, Mo. per, wipe with a soft w..'1 brush or
    proceeds go to support) the schools dry and slice Add sliced onion and 4 pounds watermelon rind A. Section 8 of the basic army soft cloth. Hard rubbing will streak

    of the territory. One-third of the salt. Let stand one hour. Do not 2 quarts vinegar I regulations covers a multitude of and roughen the paper. EXPANDING WATCH BAND
    lands was given to the various tribal drain. Add: 1 pint water sins, and discharged under that section -.-

    chieftains and these lands to- 1 quart with 4H pound granulated is neither honorable) nor dis FLEXIBLE
    vinegar
    little sugar
    a water To help restore the original, lus- STAINLESS
    day make up the large landed estates 24! cups sugar 2 tablespoons allspice honorable. If you received a "blue" tre of gilt picture frames rub witha GUARANTEED{STEELPALLETS
    and can be leased only for a 2 tablespoons mustard seed 2 tablespoons whole cloves discharge would suggest that you with ADJUSTABLE

    period of 30 years. Another third :2 tablespoons ginger root 10 2-Inch pieces of cinnamon bark write to the office of the adjutant turpentine.sponge moistened slightly Immediate paid.Deb.err Ised.No' l:;.. **1*.CAFojiagi >"

    was set aside as public domain and I 2 tablespoons celery seed Select firm rind. Trim off green general, war department Washington ALFRED XEENE.170 W.W.T3rdSLNewrorli
    these lands now are owned by the skin and pink flesh. Weigh. Cut 25, D. C., and ask for a reviewof -e-
    Boll all together for 5 minutes.
    Is useful in cleaning
    government of the United States, While into Inch cubes and soak for 2 ft your discharge. Or you may apply . Sandpaper
    hot. fill sterile
    taken over when Hawaii became a jars and seal hours in lime water. (Use 2 quarts to the nearest office of the Veterans suede shoes. After a thorough

    territorial possession. The remain. Sweet Mixed Pickles. water to 2 tablespoons lime,) Drain, administration and explain to brushing, go over them lightly

    ing third was given over to the people :2 medium-sized heads cauliflower them under what conditions you with fine sandpaper, then follow RICHEST QUALITY ALLOT
    and it is only this third of the :2 quarts tender waxed beans were discharged and they might with a cloth which has been moist ALUMINUM
    waive the discharge since it was ened with vinegar. Chill cast to Insure extra hardness and
    which
    land can be bought and ownedin 2 quarts small green beans symmetry Rustless, no breakage warping
    fee simple. Hence no race or 4 chill peppers made at the convenience of the gov J-.- or bending Stock size 8" x 16*. Any
    obtain control ernment.Q. Tip on painting: Don't overload size available on order in any quantity.
    group ever can of 2 quarts tiny green cucumbers Light shipping I weight.
    the lands, a fact which has up to 4 large cucumbers I am a world War II veteran brush, dip it on .-third its length, I ACE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO.

    this time been fortunate, with so 1 quart small white onions discharged with service-connected and keep the can about half full. P. O. Box 123, North Birmingham, Ala.THERE'S .

    large a percentage of the population 1 gallon vinegar disability and am drawing 100 per

    being Japanese, Chinese, Korean 4 pounds granulated sugar cent compensation. I am receiving
    Portuguese and other) nationalities 4 small pieces horseradish root medical care from my local doc

    But at the same time this I tablespoon whole cloves tor. Are my wife and daughter also EXTRA GOOD BREAD!
    situation has prevented any large 1 tablespoon pepper corns entitled to medical care?-C. R. B., _

    Influx of) white population, since landIs 1 tablespoon celery seed Arab, Ala.

    at a premium and there can 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon A. No.
    be no large real estate developmentsuch 4 bay leaves Q. How may one go about getting e
    alimony from a veteran who Is on
    as has taken place in this coun
    Prepare and wash all vegetables retirement pay when she Is not sure

    try. cut wax beans into one-inch lengths, of his whereabouts? Must she havean d ANNsNM
    Little Farm Land Left attorney and tan It to court or

    Also surprising to this writer Is can It be settled out of court?-

    the fact that there Is little acreage |I LYNN: SAYS: 'r to > Mrs. L. P., Chattanooga, Tenn.A. .
    left for further agricultural enter. I Iprise This man is a civilian, out of

    Our Informant declared that Cleaning Your Wallpaper: Non- the army if he is a veteran and this

    all the land In the Islands available washable wallpaper may be is a legal case, so advise you con

    for sugar, that is, land from sea cleaned with special cleaners de- sult an attorney.Q. .
    level to about 1,500 feet in elevation signed to remove spots and stains I was a widow of a Spanishwar

    is planted to sugar; all available without wetting them. Gather all )our preserving equipment . veteran and 1 remarried.back
    I receive pension
    Could
    land suitable for pineapples, Before attempting to clean dust together to make working ef. my
    to divorce the man
    if I were
    90 cent of the I the wallpaper thoroughly start the again
    or about per world then ficient once you process
    I married to? B. P.; Ea.tl'eorla
    supply, from 1,500 to 2.800 feet in use the cleaner according to di !of putting food in the jars. am 111. .

    elevation, is already in pineapples; rections. Clean a strip at the The law that the + s e
    No.
    and the balance of the land above I baseboard first, then clean upwards cover with fresh water and cook 1H A. right of a widow says is terminated
    2,000 feet Is inviolate governmentland with smooth, even strokes. hours, until tender adding more pension and
    in woodland for water supply. Repeat the process, starting with. water as it bolls off. Let stand in upon her not remarriage be revived.Q. NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH YEASTI

    The timber acts as a "blotter." in the clean strip every time this water overnight Drain. such right may And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast goes right to work

    Water is most important for the When finished, brush the walls to Bring vinegar, water, salt and My son, a captain, was killed
    because it's fresh. No waiting-no extra
    He was a fighter pilot actively steps-
    growing of both sugar cane and, remove crumbs that may have spices (tied loosely in a cheesecloth In action.
    for almost foot accumulated. bag) to boiling point, add the and was ear main support and al- Fleischmann's fresh Yeast helps give full delicious bread V I"
    pineapples every
    Washable wallpapers be drained rind and boll gently for 2 loted part of Us pay to us, I wantto
    artesian wells. i'l may .
    irrigated from flavor tender smooth texture-perfect freshness.
    Inquire If we would be eligible ,
    leaves only small valleys and cleaned by dusting the walls thoroughly hours or until syrup is thickened.
    then In Remove and for a pension.-M. K., Wheatland,
    washing spice bag
    frothy pack hot
    al for farming, dairying and ,
    areas I IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask for
    suds made with mild into and seal Wyo.
    and for the cultivation of a soap and pickles jars Store in
    ranching other! water Apply this with a sponge. cool place. I A. Both you and your husbandare Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast with the
    fruit bananas, coffee and
    products, including various vegetables Rinse thoroughly with another Peanut loaf is as delicious as the surely entitled to a pension if familiar yellow labeL Dependable- Ny
    dipped in clear cold best meat loaf and you were dependent upon your son.
    sponge wa nourishing as
    and small grains. that apply immediately America's favorite for over 70 years.qaA4ouvfwceth. -c-o-.....
    ter. well. Mix chopped roasted peanuts Suggest you --41
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    administration
    with chopped carrot or other to the Veterans
    Crayon marks, grease spots vege =
    500,000 and the value of the -
    and smudges may be washed off tables. Bind the mixture together sub-regional office at 1720 Carey -
    and I 'V
    estate exceeds
    resources
    real with mild soapy suds, with a with a thick sauce. Bake until firm avenue, Cheyenne, Wyo., and am ..:: :
    of other state at the time .
    that any sponge. and serve with tomato sauce. sure that you would bs entitled to ; I""'I'-t'.....=
    possible of admission exception to the of Union Oklahoma.with the j) Released by Western Newspaper Unlacu $25 each per month. ; ..:;:o"'GJ:?,





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    I IIII pyramids? r 9. Yes. Patents boomed after
    d I 2. The President of the United the Civil war, SpanishAmericanwar
    d states is commander-in-chief of and World war 1. The boom
    the army and navy. fflin he weara after World war 1 lasted until
    uniform of the armed forces? 1029.
    ; 3. When were the Hawaiian i 10. Ireland
    Islands found by James Cook?
    JITTER By Arthur Pointer 4. What rank in the army lead
    all other grades in the number of SCRATCHING IS BAD
    decorations for heroism? Don't scratch dry itching
    5. The Pied Piper of Hamelin dandruff scalp Help, groom remove hair loon with
    lured the rats into what river? MOROtINi HAIR TONIC
    6. How much do Americans

    spend on newspapers, magazinesand
    books a year?
    7. Peter the Great did not learnto
    read or write until he had been
    czar of Russia five years. At what
    age did he become czar?
    8. Can a state establish religion
    l without violating the federal constitution -
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    9. Applications for patents are Z Y
    pouring into the patent office at
    the highest rate in history. Is this

    REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrne trend characteristic of postwar
    periods> ?
    WHATS WELL, WELL- 8.. J TOCY.Y TH'YpUR 10. Where was George Bernard CA LOX
    6ROTHER KJU KNOW LAST WEEK MAILMAN MADE Shaw born? change to
    tblN' HE'S TAKIN'A HE FAILED IN HIM STAND ON
    BUMP T r t0U !ROM A ALL HIS LESSONS THE CORNER: :
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    1. Khufu, Khaffra and Men- rfflrlrnl Cn1nxrnrka liro'MVIVHI

    kaura.; 2. No. S helps remove film...bring out
    all the oacural lustre of your
    3. In 1778. smile.
    4. First class privates. The total 2 A special Ingredient in Calos
    number of awards-excluding'the encourages regular manage..
    a hich bOla tonic effect/ on gum
    l Purple Heart-was 1,723,344. ..helps make. them firm and
    5. The Weser river. rosy Tone up your imil....wich
    6. Newspapers, $727.880,000; Cabal
    magazines, $311,733,000; books, Made to jamatl McKee,... taboralortn. ,
    113 yews ef pbarmK9uttcl know bew
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    THANK VtXJ FOR AU.THESOCASANDCANOV. DONPW & TO START SAVING MONEY TH' WAY
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    Chester MargarIA,. returned to Mr and Mrs Ed 'Reeves and children Mr. ;Mrs. Wilburn I K. Parkenson, local manager Okeechobee County Bank. Assignment Withheld July 040

    Okeechobee 'thla whit after pending left Wednesday to return to I left Saturdayfor North the Florida Power &; Light Com 104.00 Dist. 2, Payroll, Laber 470(1(

    two weeks Irt Philadelphia and De. their home In Winter Park- after .where they are spending 1 left Saturday for Valdosta, I S. C. Paige, Fuel for Cemetery Payroll, Dist. 2, Labor 28000Boree
    While. where he joined Mrs. Parker. 8.75 Lumber Co., Lumber,
    trait in Detroit he visited spending several days the tint of Work
    vacation. 708,22
    Dr. C, R.; Bibb at the Henry; Ford iha week here with Mr. and Mrs I I that who city.Is visiting They are their expected daughter to Withholding Tax Fund, Taxes 2010 J. Dist W. .Ellerbee 2 Labor, Dist. 2 IS.00H

    Hospital and reports that he. It gating Vernon Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. The Seventh Army was here Saturday, withheld July Sloan, Fuel Dirt 2 6.99
    find Inter County Tel &- Tel, Telo, I'I Co, Lumber,
    along John Chandler. while Boree Lumber
    enroute from North
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    j NOT1CF Judge' Office 11.00 90.00
    I open the campaign on COUNTY.- FLORIDA I I Diet. 4
    ''I Annum 14 linn Robert La Martin, 1944.45 Tax Roll FIVE AND FORFEITURE FUND

    I P"A'Stni6tHfttN"1r,1t'sCANlru'1t' ,: :! fll.1rrelrjllf.lf.flIlOOlf'1rn) r.jtIT'JDf'JUJlrommmRIOII ;' IS IlEHED GIVEN that Comi hllona. 661 30 T. W. Conely, Jr., Dockett Fees,
    Section 0 of Chapter
    "" to
    \) laws of Florida' Acts of 1937 Chn'rber of Commerce, I July ton

    BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL I YOUR as the of Chapter MUKFlir l08M! ) ACT.!. Laws and In of Publicity 11,000.00 Mabel P. Raulerson, Cost Bills,

    II I IHJrAOI, Acts S of 1041 IHLo\INAOm known as DIS the. KOVIl AND BRIDGE FtM J I County Court, July 1815

    I'' ACT. the following described Payroll County Work, Labor, N. 0. Stewart, Sheriffs Cost Bills
    ==DIRECTOR== MAY BE r i Hi.(tinted In Okeecholiee In Everplmlrs County Drainage, Flor- July 30.no July 20916

    I f 9scrimimTS] +taQ4sepux+ JJr.K'l'lIDID.lnI1IDlJJrJt'.JJIDWID.: ) ) ; iKwarcsaraassoiDHMOBU / I 'rv nlll fur be the offered htirhmt fir and sale bent at public cash Payroll, Dist. B, Labor, July 127.60 Mary Schulman, Conviction Few
    i subject to the rlrlil, nf the Tros. Payroll, Dist. 4 &; 5, Labor July 85.00
    of the Tiiten . : ,I snit nf the Hoar, of rommls, July 162.50 AfiRICtTITKIVL FUNDC.
    FOR I \ ." of F\errlnd' Pralnsge IMS Payroll, Dist. 1 & 4, Labor, R. Boyles, Sal, County Agent,
    ELECTRICAL t to rdi'rt any and all Mils at the
    beginning at 10:00 July 110.001 July 12500
    U S Tire ", .\. V, on t hit HIMi ,hi V nf
    OkeecTobee
    ,. , of I bud, Motor Co., Repairing I RACE TRACK FUND
    WORK " 1!ml A tu t'lirnl
    Purol Products. ten acres or moro, title, to on*-batf Tractor, G.00 General Fund, Transfer 10000.00
    Ford Parts- .;: petrulenm mlni'rnls and will he three reserved fourths br of Okee. Hdw. & Furn. Co, Nails, I I Agricultural Fund, Transfer BOO.00

    Service >('l of the internal Improvement Dist B 3,no Meeting adjourned to reconvene
    I ,<, Fnscnii-iits for road right of
    P.P.HOULE EVAN SEE 2011 feet vide nlll be reserved by Clewiston Motor Co., Tractor I on Tuesday, August 6, 1940, at 4 P. M
    strikes
    1 trustees true parcel thronih
    any Parts C. E. Drawdy
    i OKEECHOBEEMOTOR '. there Is an existing xtnto road: 174 88Schnrfschwerdt Mabel P. Raulerson
    comment for dmtiing end Bros, Supplies, I Clerk Chairman
    !\ and for road
    CO. t/1 warning ] lie rosirreil hv the Unnnl imrpos of Dist 1, 3 & 4 12,60 "'
    WIRING Sales ServiceP I OI.trl.l."
    I O BOX: I7< PHONE 44 Immediate hospital care Pencrlptlnn Work 4.60 Notice is hereby given that the
    saess t'' nursing and medical i>ts I. :2 & ,I, III"<'k 3. Dnvls "Sub. Vlx's Service Station, Fuel and i I City Council of the City of Okeccho
    1 are tully necessary dlvisinnTItt'STEES
    I : treatment may be or TUP IVTFH Tire Repair 1.00' bee, Florida, will meet In the Coun
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    pense can run Into 'TIIK STATE OF FI.Oil. Mabel P. Raulerson, Recording cil Chamber at the City Hall at 7'SOP :
    East Side Grocery WISTERIA : dollar. You want your Ill'. Rt of Way Deed 7.2C, M. August 26, 1946 fot{ the purpose -
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    no Aim OF rovMT! Vernon & Bertha 8tatrPropa. "i have the beat regardless OF FVFUC.I.ADKS DRAIN. Standard Oil Serv Stat., Fuel, of rcvelwlng and equalizing

    DRUG SUNDRIES ,. MABFL AOR': niSTHICT P, nUIERSON Agent Dirt 4 & B, July 13,1C: the City Tax Assessment Roll for

    NEW CANDIES 'I" To meet for Trustees of the Inter Benme's Supply Shop, Dist 1, :1 the year of 1948 as prepared by the
    Line Of mil Improvement Fund and
    Complete for IliiM-d of rnnnnlsslonerinf Repairing 4,7(I City Tax Assessor

    GROCERIES STATIONERY unusual Diet Frerglmles. ()k ...,bohee Drslnnvn County Din.. Standard Oil Serv. Sta., Fuel, I ANY and ALL PERSONS havln
    MEATS FOUNTAIN SERVICE FlnrdaNo'riCE Dint 4 102 2:! any objection to the valuation' ,

    FISH SUNDRIES OF INTFNTIOV: To.. Boree Lumber Co.,, Lumber, I placed on their property by the Clt
    we 8I't.lSD: Dist 1 31721( Tax Assessor, as shown by the Assessment
    PRODUCE Next Door to fohtofflce '' {' is iiFitFin GIVEN that 0 K & Much. Fuel, 'I notifiedto
    to Section 19 (I), < hapter Garage Shop Roll, are hereby
    Open 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. Phone 136 .. :):r.I: Tans of rii.rlda Arts nf 1U41 Dist 4 1301 file their objections with the City
    A ; Sentliiii (IT, fliapttr' 11717, Laws
    Special ;, Dist 4, Payroll, Labor, July 6401 OClerk 1 in before
    .... Florldii I Acts rf 1)31'): fcs emended or to appear person
    ",, --1:17': 'O'd' etlon, Arts 11, nf hniter 1U41, 201154 and( also laws pitr ol Dist 1. Payroll Labor July 2170''I 1 the City Council at said meeting ono

    .. 'I OMUtM-n of Polio to "Sietliin 42 Chapter 20722 S. C. Paige Fuel, Dist 4 3.0' jthe nforesnld date.
    nf Dorlilii Arts of 1IM1 ft
    'lp by|! Swt'nn 111, Chapter 2U07II I Domer's Mach. Shop Dist 1, I HUGH CHANDLER
    : : ol Plorlilii, i Arts f 1DH. and
    'Ordinary hospital e i> Parts 140 o i President City Council
    4l. .Imjler 20722 laws ol
    OKEECHOBEELIQUOR DR. C. R. BIBR; ., provide enough benefit unusual casei To take .tlon 21. Chapter 2207!. Laws nf
    STORE terrific expense you Aets if 1'Ml: the following Tractor .5 7 ATTEST: .
    DENTiST need lands In OU>'ecln>lpe County. Knight's Servo Stat, Fuel I Lorena Pearce
    f.. I cone of polio you 1.\\. ''I: .
    with these liberal / I nl, ::1.I Illoik 1im. ( lt\' of Okri,'ho- Dist 4 9.3 7 City ClerkOkeechobce

    I Only Bar In Town .he' .i 4 A 1 Illk :1, II.'IM. Sill' Withholding Tax Fund, Taxes FloridaRIRdJrClt1rSlryNlTtIC1C1ripRYSU1F3
    OFFICE HOURS PAYS FOR ,' tn 1. 2 A. :I 1. Illk :9. lily of (keel -
    I I :l ,hm:
    \ .PHONE 34 8A. M. to !, r. M r.i": v: HI..iik RS. lily of dkt.p'h..p ' ( 'Ut.: '''' II," 1<1"11[ I< 1I1! _I'I\JlI'"I":
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    .SewardSWain ..i.'. 1 t OKEECHOBEE,. fLORID\ 11 be uttered for IQe It lnolte oet 1 i iI
    J for the highest end beet cash bid. I
    cBSSHEasaBB'/aaa e :: : ;'f" to II the tight off P-verglndee of the Buerd Drala of INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE 1 '

    !J'ltrlel.' nn.l/or Ilo..rd of County. SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
    -" r NURSE of OkPechohpe County
    sEarMSKsvRhurney
    ( tu mint nor cud all bull
    AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
    rte Courthouse. ..lI'llIlIlnl It 10 on
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    Kelz .uber. 1)411. f UN, ",,lit fir .Irllln- .
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    Atlantic Service nod) rr.. iiiinilliiii, mid raid, pur Qkcechcbee Abstract Company
    Paul D. Robbins / Formerly DOCTORand v"C... Mill be nmmitUUM I
    t'(1M111881ONERSDI
    |' )> ," ;VIHII': .M"r.S IHtAIN
    BXIDE: BATTERIES Sta'i S Denmark's Aim jimuiciroAuni'i) J. L. BARBER, Manager t6a

    ; civ ('01'\TCOM >IIIflf1(1I1t'
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    IEE TIRES' 11188IIIN111S': OF UKIM' LllOHrl : 1fi(1CtiffJtB, ) I1R.R'II g'k 2 n'N 1l.TWI(111(1116)t1ft117fXEWRIOXEOIINSURED : :
    j Complete Home Outfttf.,nThone :.,) 0)1! MY rroitlM
    GAS--Oil_ I! Ii v MISP1 P. HAUIERSONrikiiiholite .
    Clerk lit the Circuit ('ollrt .of
    t CiMintInrltla.
    OKEECHOBEE FLA. 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr.fbJLisid37316. us fluent fur mill Bnsrds
    IL BPonnle! ,V. Itmilerson
    I Deputy Clerk
    to Every Article Placed With Us Is Insured

    YJielanarafc. up County CommissionersContinued And In Case of Fire or Loss Other

    ) I wise The Customer is Completely .

    The Fredrick Studio! I $6,000 I!. (McDSugald! from? . .Page. Four 2)Yearn Covered by Our '
    ALTO'S BAR B-Q Insurance PolicyAll
    SALTER WATPQRD, Owner (Upslalrt Over Rstlerson'sDept. BE IT rUKTIint RESOLVED
    Coven room rent, iron if and when the Governor ap' Work Odorless and Guaranteed to be
    Star) therapy, medicines, and :
    Pork and Beef nta such Trustees that the Chair.
    Barbeqnps/ hospital services and Satisfactory
    hospitals regular charge and Clerk of this Board be
    Fresh; Dally N Portrait, Commercial no much for this or that they are hereby authorized to PICKUP and DELIVERYDURST'S

    whatever the bill over to said Trustees said sum .
    HAMjJJRIERS-110') DOGS and for doctor's treatments LAUNDRY And
    and
    25000.00 for conjunction esI
    expense in or out of
    COLD DRINKS ArieJ Photography Pays ambulance expense of said County hos
    hospital Limited to $ I DRY CLEANERS

    Vllrrolt Ave. phone 143 \CLAS: CUT, Owner expense for each person BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
    Etta Duffey Office Manager
    certified be forwarded ,
    R ropy
    "'IIllDlllll1.: stlti ill; This added special to our protection regular Honorable Millnrd F Caldwell,I I k: Phone 156 Residence Phone 107

    1 aJ"7.--. ""' &1111I t.IIZIiIIIttnllD'lDUI: !I. policies for a small of the State of Florida .!;- -

    hum, or may bu > the repuest that the appoint
    t I separate policy No age above requested be made as _.-aIEW:: .
    HARDEN'S East: SidePackage Issued to children and n us possible

    Tinker Shop Immediate PASSED AND AI''OPTFD in
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    a Store 81f1a1on this August 5, A. D rell'u'l Payment

    General RepairrhgVe IssuedNo Policy. (to effect from Dr. James H \\ illen
    the Hoard regarding: the up
    Liquors .
    \\lncs Cordials. waiting periods
    \ Try Hard to PI,.**.You- a Health Unit In Okeechobee. I required if paid within 60 days
    EAST For Complete The following! vouchers were ap
    OKEE CT10BEE
    Give U. e, 171..1/, j and ordered fM when funds)
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    f STATE KOD NO. 8 available: purchase.

    axl FREE f.ENEKU; : FUND: I

    v FJaA@'+ Q7A>1If.o. "" I Officials Payroll, Salary Sea'y Good House Keeper Inner Spring
    *'>9160
    ..1 1aO..K July Mattress $35.00
    Mail C Alderman fomn Isalona
    :' 'lI1IIIaZIIral I ALTO WATF :ORD & SONS 12500
    July Sealy Tufles Box Spring $35.00
    MACHINE SER. Gulf t2tion! - ... La Mrrtin, Comn:lanions T.
    DODGE & "J A. 2500 Tufles Mattress
    PLYMOUTH July Sealy $40.75
    That GOod Gulf n... : Board, Relief
    Sales & Service Ii: R. I Welfare !
    tf.t. u Wrecker Service' GULF PRIDE OILAltos ,: Allowance July' 1.on American Way Inner Spring

    C Day Ph. 92 Night Ph 92 or lip: -;-- I !! Tax Fund Taxes. Mattress $29.95
    i ii; ::1:1II withheld July 13.40
    Dunlop Tire. & Tubes
    CottagesIn
    County Ted] & Tel Co, Odd Poster Beds Maple or Walnut $19.95A

    Electric Appliance In The Peart Of Town BOX II Tele Clerks Office 9J20
    Stove. Refrigerators, W.Jes. B Complete Line of Repair Parts
    Weekly or Dally Rate & W B Drew Co, Supplies, C.

    Heaters All, Cab In. Are Modern J i; OKEECHOBEE([[ [ :I: July 114.SS Fol' Florence Nesco & Quick
    "We Service Them Allis" I I.J I ; chwerdt Bros., Supplies, Meal Stoves
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    Without cost or \. C II., Jail
    \\nsa ,., ,__ ... || please send full and I I I County Tel & Tel, Tele,' For 3 days only Saturday Monday

    I formation about County Judge's Office 8.48 & Tuesday August 1012.13 Chenile Bed '
    II I Polio Hospital Expense 'I Co, Elec., C. H
    I Power 4 Light
    North ParkPackage
    Interested In Reduced to $12.95
    I urn : Spreads ,
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    .. _Family I of Okeechobee, Water, C.
    StoreLiquors II 11 & Jail July 28.20
    ; i f
    individual 0 Stewart, Attending! Comm,

    T\ lne.._ Cordials. ABSTRACTS; OF :" Name . . . . .'. ::I July Payroll, labor at S.00 Burney- Keli Co.

    Next Door To-AM Nigh '' Street . . . . . .. . . ,I Cemetery Juv 236. 0

    Station TIRE II I City . . . . .,' .. . . ) Okee. Hdw. &; Furn. Co., Supplies FORMERLY DENMARK'SPhone
    { PHONE 1S3 II 1 C. H. &; Jail 10.3(1( '
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    1 L'.: ,II Ii'' . . . ..r. ... .. .. .. . I' ..I II I Bores Lumber CD, Lumber for

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