The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 32-Number 26 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 15), 1946
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Co Com I : Grammar SchoolTo FLORIDA MUST HOLD PRICES I School.Board'' Orders Electric Fans

Transact I : i Give OperettaAt SAYS 'ADVERTISING COMMISSION I Installed.. At The School " Hawse And .1

In: Regular I School House conference Speaking In at Orlando the Governor'last week press, Transact' Other Bw'mmrlnTOO ,1..Mtet

Roy C. B.ckmgn, director of the I '

There it never a dull moment In state advertising commission, sounded t-
The Board of County LATH TO CLAIUfY The Board of Public Instruction
loners$ of Okseehobe County, this school of ours No sooner; do a warning to riorda on the en 1-- OkMohobe
they put over ont success than there of Its By RUSSILL KAY County met In the .f-
id*, met In regular session on greatest tourist stases floe of the superintendent
oa Nov. 4
day, November 4, 1846, at ten A. It mother In the of/Ing. Stating that In the thousands pf Accepting the first statewide In and transacted the following bustnesit .
Present were: Commissioners This month, the grammar school letters received by .the commissionfrom vitation ever extended by a chief .
E. Drawdy, Chairman) F, M music department It going to strut executive to member of press and
ley, 0. J. Chapman, B. C. :I In the foper.etta "Cinderella. The prospective tourist and winter radio for a conference on state government Ulmer Ezell appeared before the

W. F. Walker;, Attorney T. W. same fairy tale that has come down visitors a surprising number exPress no holds barred and every. board and stated that certain citizens .

ley, Jr., Clerk Mabel P. through generations to delight (the fear of being gouged should thing on the record about 60 mem of Okeechobe were desirousof

and Sheriff N. 0. Stewart. children has been put to music and they visit the state this winter ben of news gathering agencies, giving two large fans to the

The minutes of the meetings danre, and on Nov. 20th, chldren' of Beckman said "Many of them state newspapers and radio stations gathered school for use la the auditorium

" in October wer read and the grammar school are (going to that If they find conditions as bad In Orlando last Thursday to providing the board would be responsible -

The report of the County present this arrangement under the as ,they have heard in regard to excessive listen for three hours to glowing for the Installation of aid
Board for the month of October capable direction of the head of the rates, they plan to leave the reports of achievement from State fans. The board Instructed the secretary -

read and ordered filed In the music department, Mrs Donaldson.It state for other Southern resorts department heads whom the Governor to write a letter to the proper

of the Clerk of Circuit Court. has promises! of being well where they will receive more consideration had brought with him to be board persona will advising be responsible them for that Instating the
Upon motion by .. enacted well and reasonabe rates." thrown to the lion.
as as spectacular and
fan In the auditorium and
Mobley, duly seconded' by much thought was given to the castinjf He reminded Floridians that now Although the Governor consistenty will assume the cost of said installation
sioner Chapman, Mr C. L, appealed for criticism and Invited .
I of characters with the result. the war Is over they are competing .
, County Veteran's Service that each one seems perfectly fitted with 47 other states for tourist' business questions, few news men had any
was authorized to attend I for hs or her part. I and should consider the fact. to offer and for the most Part remained Alton Chandler appeared before
School for a period of four silent. Expected fireworks the board and requested an Increase
and advanced $140.00 as Admission to the operetta Is' tojbe ailed to develop, even when the In the amount being paid to him for
L; i 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for !
while attending school i Circus Orphan Is most controversial questions arose the use of his car In transportingthe
children and the proceeds are to(be
Tho Board authorized Mr. and the close of the meeting found Baslnger school children toChandler's .
used l for the music department In
Prude to be in charge of the the Invited guests asking each other Slough. The board
r AI rpOI.t. I I buying music 1'00111.t'qulpment. retoids To Be With King what it was all about. agreed to pay him the sum of $40.00 _
which are required by the .
Upon motion by ,i Most of those attending represent. per month.
state and music books.
Swain, duly seconded by Brothers Shows ed either the large daily papers or R. J. Fruda appeared before the
loner Chapman, It was agreed The following cast promises to radio stations with only a few country board and asked permission to use

as of October 1,. 1946, wastes | provide an evening of good enter., editors present This was probably one _of the high school rooms for
foreman be raised from (5./SO tainment: Among the boys and girls with due. to the fact that the conference the purpose of coductlng a night

$8.00, and labor from $5.00 to $ Cinderella . . . . . . .Ann Davis the great King Bros. Circus there was called for Thursday afternoon class for the Okeechobee Flying

The folowing county deeds I Prince . .Tommy are a score. They are children of the) time when publishers of School the class to be conducted two

approved: I Stepmother . . Jessie Nell Collins performers and officials of the big weeklies!! are going to press. night each week, approximately two

Wilbur I. Lamer Merrill P. Stepsister Charlotte Joan McKenzie show, excepting Mary Hilton, five However, President Edwin A. Menninger hours each night. Mr. Fruda stated

dy, W. H. Chandler, Jr., Erwin Stepsister Javotte .Melita Light, ey years old, the little circus orphan. I of the Florida Press Association that; the class would be composed of

Dudley, M. D., Marshall) C. Fairy God Mother. . .Joan Whld en Tragedy has followed in the wakeof I made sure that the membersof veterans. The board granted the
r Peddler . . . . . Emory Wa er .
Clyde C. Hancock H. D. little Mary's life. Her father, his organization would, )have a Okeechobee Flying School permission
The following vouchers were Thimble Bonnett John Robert M nil' an aerial gymnast was killed In a voice at the meeting and he presented to us'whatever room In"* the

proved and ordered paid when Lord High Chamberlain.. . .. fall from a perch pole at the Chi. the Governor- with a far-reaching high school that Prof. Nalley 4

w are available: I" Charles Brel nd cage Stadium' three- years ago. Several program) 'of recommendations prepared thought would b* moat convenient'

General Fund Heralds-Betty Tomlinson, Bo by months later her mother, who from a careful tabulation of .suggestions provided that the flying school \0
County Offlcer'a Payroll), Burk Glenn Bass Orville Rhym e. too, was a circus performer, died from questionalres.. would be responsible for any damage -

salaries, October . . . .$ Guards-Bill Sherman Clarky B ass after a short illness With no Immediate I This program called for sweeping which might be caused to the e',

Withholding Tax Fund Falrys-Fourth Grade gin relatives, Mary was adopted revision of the Florida tax structure, building during said period of -instructlon. J ..
taxes withheld Oct. . . Green Tailors-Fourth Grade b y,. by performers of the King Brothers consolidation of State departments ( "... ,Fruda accepted said a r

.. Bessie f Aldenqan.,? .' L&44ea-inWaiUng-itth! >Or de. ij !.. qirena.; -, 'e. f educational I. n.ggernlaat( ....1IIIInlclp.I proposl). !'a '*. II<- !.j .. ,
'tax'eoit."comm.Oct. -. ,>. Ladies at the B&ll-Sixth G] ,1egirl. Although j Improvement and plans for The< granted. Join
*med of parentalare bard Jasper
Robert LaMartln, .. i better law enforcement, health and
Mary/is. nTltfcle sweetheart (Colored) the sum of $10 Per month
(ax ....... Comm. Oct. . 22.90'j safety.
y Gentlemen at the Ball..FUth and of all ofHho'jtJjj formers with for transporting his child from Up
County Welfare Board Sixth Grade bOYI.Xmas' the show She hair an endless Speaking for approximately 200 I thegrove Beach to the Douglas
y relief allowance, Oct. . . numb Florida publishers In the A.soeiartion I
Brown School effective October 28.
her of Shetland ponies and ,
a ,
wagon.load '
't Baslnger Sch. Lunch Room ; Menninger said: "We have -
of The board agreed to pay the trsnsportstlon (
dogs a* playmates Added to
. . . '
groceries October Seals Will sought to make all' our criticisms
of Robert Allen,
this listof. pets this year la a lion
Fla. Power & Light Co., constructive believing that these Brown
' cub, Toots. principal of the Douglas
elec. C. H. sit Jail Oct. . .
1 recommendations if carried out,
School, to the Principals' ConferenceIn
Mabel P. Raulerson, : : Go On Sale Nov. The little trooper wishes to be an would rebound to the benefit of all Tallahassee on Nov; 8-9.
recording rt. of way deed acrobat when she grows up. Her Florida,"

R. E. Willis : 25th To XmasChristmas training has already 8I'ted. Just Here are the recommendations In Since Johnnie Ughtsey war no
Is longer' attending school, the board
I surveying Hosp. grounds now Mary studying her Three digest IRevilion
. Cemetery Payroll, R's under the tutelage of Fred yo.t.a' of the tax structure, re- authorized his salary as school bus

4 labor, October . . . . . seals have become an clown and the moat schooled Placing the present ad valorem reality driver to be Increased "(o $85 per
performer with the circus month, effective Oct 28.
C J Insanity Committee, American tradition tax with a tax based on Income .

hearing October . . . . Have they become a tradition because The King Brothers (.incur/ Is coming from rents or If owner occupied a Clifford Carter1 11'.1.1; appointed

, Dep. Reg. Off. Payroll, Oct. they are bright and attractive to Okeechobee on Thursday. tu based on Income. Increased vigilance janitor of the Okeechobee high

t. Park Drug Co., jail supplies t Or because we like to decorate D'ee. 6th at Joe's County Club for In the collection of the Intangible school building, while' Eley Lamb Is
l" Okeechobee Co. Bank, f two'; performances at 2 and 8 p.m. tax and tax on livestock. Use to-contlnu a* janitor of the elementary
. . . . . . our holiday packages
f assignment ; Doors to the menagerie will open at of the cigarette tax for aid of municipalities. building and the auditorium.
" Ok .. Hdw. & Furn. Co., No American traditions have 1 I and 7 p.m. Abolishment of Home-
supplies C. H. A Cemetery keeper roots than the appeal of a stead exemption on buildings used

City of Okeechobee, pretty piece of paper. primarily for business purposes. I A congressional probe of the sugar

water, C. House & Jail ? Christmas Seals, distributed each Mrs John McNeill! Consolidation of State Department situation was asked by the Industrial

Mabel P. Raulerson, year around Thanksgiving time by *. Elimination of city jails and division of the Torida State

recording discharges . . our tubercuio.11 association, lave Hostess housing of all prisoners In county Chamber of Commerce- at its two.d.y'hnferenet -
Fenole Chemical Co., become an American tradition because Thursday Jails In cities of less than 100,000. In Winter Park "We

guppies court house . . i they are the symbol of an In. Abolishment of city tax collectorsand want to know who owns the o-called'

II. &: W. B. Drew Co., I teligont battle being waged In this To Fidelis .ClassThe assessors. and all tax collectionand offshore sugar plantation and

1 supplies, clerk . . . . . country against a disease and because assessing be handled by county. what wage are paid foreign farm

N. 0. Stewart attend It is an American custom to Combining the University of Florida labor," said Earl W. Brown, committee

Co. Comm., October . . . stand back of efforts to Improve the Fidelia class of the Methodist and Florda State College for Women vice-chairman.

Photostat Corp., !! welfare of our people. church was very graciously enter. with both made co-educational.

Photostat paper & powder Chrlsmas Seals are a little thingin tamed by its teacher, Mrs. John MeNelll Establishment of a State Agrltural shoes and furniture for state initltutlons. -

Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co., themselves. We can buy a whole on Thursday, Nov. 7. College In South Florida. Abolition .' 'Aboiilhmat'U': office* of

telephone, Clerk &: Co. Jdg. sheet of them for a dolar. But the The devotional war presented'by'! of all net fishing Inside coastal Justice of the Peace and ,constables,

Road & Bridge Fund thing for which Christmas Seal Mrs. M. L. Garlic, who was assisted water of FIord. and more rigid their'dutles to bas taker 'over by

Boree Lumber Co., stand Is big-as big as the heath of by Mrs L. Dresse, who sang, 'Roseof enforcement of fish and game law. county judges.
lumber Dlst. 1 & 5 . . .
and child in recall law making It possible for .
every man, woman our Sharon" A vocal duet was sung A Doubling the size of the FloridaHighway
Scharfschwerdt Bros., to tOil out' of office offlelals .
country, by Mrs J. M. Roe and her mother, lectors Patrol and providing pa-
supplies, Dlst. 1, 3, &: 5. whose actions no longer' conform .
When we buy Christmas Seals we Mrs. W. E. Crosen. lmnt-wlth( police authority to be
Standard Oil Serv, st., I .......
wbhe,. niwi'
are giving our support to a campaign to electors In drivers'
fuel, But 5 . . . . . Following this the entire class drawal of State Road funds from paid for by an Increase
to control tuberculosis, a disease license fee. Giving the State Highway
Bennlt Supply Shop, deaths joined In ringing a number of hymns areas where catte are permitted to
causes more
welding &: parts . . . . after which the business of the Creation of Department authority over
between 15 and roam public htghwaya. e
people maintained roads
among young flu rule on state
month conducted.A .
0 K. Garage & Mach Shop, was where cattle are permitted to
and 35 than any other disease a dls areas through cities, establishing uniform
fuel &: repairs, Dist 2 & 3 basin
salad and Klssimmee River
case which kills people of all ages at course coffe fuss served bodying the speed law to eliminate "..pe.,1trap"
Boree Lumber Co., the south of the Tampa
ten to following members: and all Florida
the rate of one every certain
person racket now practiced by
lumber Dist. 1, 3 4 4 . Beach lint.
S. C. Paige, minutes Mrs. M. L. Garlic, Mrs A. H. DavIs Daytona small communities.Intermediate' .

fuel. Dlst 3 &: 4 . . . . : The campaign against tubercuosls Mrs. J. M. Roe Mrs. Clifford A more vigorous effort .to stamp sentences for per.
tile of Boyle., Mrs. E. H. Hunt Mrs. 0. out forest fIres and protect"'foresareas. ,
Payroll Dist. 2, labor, Oct. has ben supported by tale Unlverslty I. son convicted of crime n4an_ Improved '
Payroll Diet 5, labor, Oct.. Christmas Seals for nearly' 40 years. Hunt, Mrs. L. Dreee, Mrs. L. M Expanding facilities Industrial rehabilitation program. Statewide .
Payroll Dist. 1, labor Oct., During that time tremendous Raulerson, Jr., Mrs. P. Robbins' Mrs of Florida, Boys I control to eliminate the moi-
Payroll Dlst. 2, 3 & 4, strides have ben mad In conquerIng C. Burdeshaw, ,Mrs. M. L. McCramle. School and State Hospital ;I I qulto. An organized a h ol.healtbprorr.m

labor October . . . . . the disease butjhe final vctory Mrs. E. King, Mrs. W. Danforth, late construction of four-lane highways MI. ,, and improved state high
Payroll Dlst. 5, labor Oct.. has not yet been won. It will be Miss A. Bass, Miss Jo Parrlsh, Mr*. between Jacksonville and I way safety program.In .
American people continueto D. Chlsholm, Mrs J. Mlnnehan, Mrs ami and Jacksonville and Tampa. .
J. H. Parker, gasoline . . . won If the '
Okee. Hdw. & Furn. Co., support the associations Hireling R. Draughon, Mrs E. Correll, the Establishment of a system ,whereby accepting the recommendations

supplies . . . . . . . . the batte by buying and using ho.telnd guests, Mr.. W E. Cross county commissioners can employ Governor Caldwell said that they
Withholding Tax Fund, I I I Christmas Seals, which provide.am. en, Mrs.- D. R. McNeill and Mrs. J. county managers. Use' of prison I would have his most careful consid

taxes withheld October . munition for the battle. Nalle*. system to supply food, clothing, eration.


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LIKE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS s f 'ex That 'Voice of! America Idea tc? I

WASHINGTON The American -

people are now beginning to realize David Sarnoff announces plans for

that the road to peace after war is A.. .. ". using the radio for world peace

never easy. Beating our swords "' '* through the establishment of a "The

back into plowshares sometimes Is Voice of America" .program to be

I more difficult than forging the d i broadcast to all peoples everywhere.We .

swords of battle. 3a understand It already has progressed

But one encouraging milestone on 4 to the point where "Accord".

the road to peace now is under will be spelled backwards and

way: in New York where the smaller "Brotherly Love" sideways for 55

nations of the allied world, who for nations The only point offering! a

months have had to lit and take'it i is < problem at the minute is .whether

from the Big Four, now debate on y to give Russia more than five silver

an almost equal footing. dollars If she answers the question,

Many'may: have forgotten it, but "Ii The Old Oaken Bucket a brokerage -

this issue of free debate caused office, a nightclub or a song?"

bitter battle at the San Francisco .
- tt
conference Molotov then wanted to y qt r 4y.a t aX Voice of
Those behind "The k
stifle free debate. He proposed that work the
America" are hard at on
the general assembly of the United to be
features which
Nations not even be permitted to ft the heart of mass appeal, those radio -
discuss or to criticize decisions of I
.t, Jingles. But up to the moment .
the big powers sitting on the secu.' they have not found any quite silly .
rlty council.
Australian Foreign Minister; : enough to reach all nations. The only '
two accepted so far are:
Evatt, spokesman for the little! RUSSIAN DELEGATION TO UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE . Foreign Commissar Molotov, second 'World wide order That's a lot 5056 /

powers, opposed. He went fur. from left, Is shown walking down gangplank with Grover VVbalen, New York's) official greeter, left, and members I Love and kisses hit the spot! T F YOU want to give'an exquisite
tber and demanded that the
eral under the gen. of the Russian delegation, when the liner Queen Elizabeth docked at New York City. Molotov was one Our world peace pills always work- 1 gift to a special friend at Christmastime

assembly principles of democracyhave recognised of the 150 delegates who came on big ship for the opening of the United IfTatlons* general assembly. I', Uncle Sam Is your prescription then make up these pretty

the power to overrule the clerk guest pillowcases.
I - .
security council. He was reboiled -|
e' HI diddle diddle and rlnky dink! To obtain complete crocheting tnstruc.
,- not only by his own 7 0iy lions and transfer design for the Pineap
"mother diplomats" from Lon-| AU bard feeling we must pIe and Pansy Designs (Pattern No. 6056))
If you'd cure all this world's Ills color chart for embroidering, lend 20
don; bat also by the isolationist.1grounded r I address and
Ask for "U. S, Headache PIUs! cents In coin your name thepattern
senators of the U. S.t number.8EWINO .
f _
delegation.In .
,They're not really silly enough, CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
the end, the general assemblywas e
but they may do for a start. 930 SouUi Well St. Cblcf 7, III.
the to debate discuss
Enclose 20 for Pattern.
lea, I Of on International ra-
course, any
criticize, and recommend-but
from America we will No.
not to carry out. That is what it is dio program
,rx have to work on the importance of Name
doing at the present sessions. .
Behind the : the vitamin In eliminating international -
iron curtain, public Addres-
and the advantages
: distrust
opinion still Is tightly controlled.
of the right "regulator" in creating
When it is decontrolled, then we
But there are
better understandings.
need no longer worry about war be.
tween the USA and the USSR. certain dangers. Suppose the Amer-

Meanwhile, the sessions in New t ican program cures Germany of HOW IT

York are like the first struggling but pink toothbrush but does nothing for

healthy debates of the Continental Romania? What If we show India

congress and of the United States how to cure dandruff, but it still feels Works WhileChild5leeps

congress which grew therefrom. .
They won't achieve much at the -
moment but should the Couldn't more Ill will Instead of
they pave Vf Vfi'
way to great and hopeful things less, develop? How will Russia feel

e If the quiz program Jackpots are
To Ease Distress of Colds
other countries, and win the
HARRY TRUMAN'S PRESS won by During the Nightmedicinal
If Harry Truman could place an British like It If Ireland gets the

ad in the papers, probably it would $12: for answering the question s
} 9 9t "Who wrote Alexander's Rag Time
read something like this: # tIN

"Wanted-Good press secretary; Band?" t.' .-

willing to work long hours; must I '/I I I'
be practicing newspaper man, not z 1, A lot depends on the nature of the PENETRATES" STIMULATES

afraid to say 'no.' Low salary, but program used by "The Voice of Into upper bran. chest and beck lur*
and of America." Our idea would Include: ehl.1 tubes with facet like a warm-
private car plenty prestige.
MEN NOT AT WORK . When the members of the National Maritime inlon to It In specielaoothtnS Ins comforting
I Call National 1414 orwrite H. go picketing they go a (1) Let the kiddies solve It. (Six vapors. poultic ..
__ S. T.: 1600iPennsylvatIs, avenue, big way, ast one can aee from this panorama of marching men and Jllcke algns, Several thousand maritime children between the ages of th -. _
Washington, D. C." 'workers paraded from 17th street and Broadway to* the'offices of the American Merchant Marine Institute and seven constitute an international As soon as yogi rub Vapo Rub

are'lew at 11 Broadway, New York, where they staged a..mass picket line. It laste two hours Strike leaders said that tribunal and answer any question on throat, chest and
There weaker spotsIn the purpose of the demonstration was to brlrif pressurevpn chip owner*l to sign an agreement to end the in nation.) back at bedtime it starts to't3'ft
the ,White House staff thanTruman' trlke. 1" tJ by any work: to ease miseries

press aides. Venerable _. " ,T.. (2) Telo-test., (Our secretary"of of Invites sleep
Charlie Ross, the Presi I state calls up the secretaries of and works for hours during

dent's secretary: simply Isn't state of other countries, hit or miss, the night to relieve distress.

filling the bill. Personally one rt- from a phone book every morningand Often DV morning most misery
of the
cold is gone. Only
of the finest gentlemen In Washington gives them a chance to win a
VapoRub gives this special
Ross Is by nature an Introvert Jackpot by giving the first name' of

; doesn't get around Y Hlldegarde. the night club perform penetrating-VICKS

much Is a poor spot-news reporter T effi er.) actlon.Tryltt.
and a complete failure as t (3) A'"Mr. and Mrs. Breakfast

a press agent.Newsmen Hour." (We might let Dorothy and

who cover the White Dick or Tex and Jinx make a di-

House sometimes are genuinely rect appeal to the Russian peoplefor

alarmed at Ross' ineptitude. They better understanding, with eggson ttkdJtllAI'1 er .

claim ,he doesn't read the news toast.) $; ,

papers regularly, doesn't even keepup (4) International guest star hour

with the White House direc- (Bessie Beatty can get Joe Stalinon

tives. Frequently, White House her program, Mary Margaret \,

newsmen have asked about stories McBride can do her stuff with Mahatma y4 ;:- O

which were on the front page of the -F '1 Gbandl and Maggie McNellls % 1 J MILES LITTLK PILLS

morning paper, but Ross shows he can spring Tito on her listeners.).. 111\' '%' .J', are little"......"of com
has not read the fort. ....duets.but how
papers. (5) Global Information Please.
. @ they can kelp brighten your day when
I fa # (Clifton Truman, John LaGuardia, you need an occasional laxative So-
EXIT '52-20 CLttV mpg Wallace.) why blast" your sensitive dlgesttv.
Franklin P.
.4 .,.tom with powerful puraatlMs I Mile I
The "52.20 club" is folding up for (6) GInny Sfrnms, Jack Arm.. Little! Pill. work with you, gent? but
many veterans and Gen. Omar firmly .. help you feel better satin. I
strong, the AU-Amerlcan boy, A. L.
k Made by the maker of Alka-Selta. I
Bradley, the Veterans' administrator
Alexander, Fred Allen, Flnnegan, Gat a package! horn your drug store
is deeply concerned over their Durante today. CAU'r1ON-Not to be u.o.5 when
V Charlie McCarthy, Jimmy ,
abdominal pain other of
ability to readjust themselves or symptoms
the football scores and the correct appendicitis are present.-
The "club" Is composed of un time In radio liaison with Jimmy Take only at directed
employed vets who receive relief allowances the Miles Laboratories Inc., Elkhart, led.M .
Byrnes. Senator Vandenberg,
of $20 a week for 52
White House and U..N.
weeks The year is now up for .
many ex-servicemen who have been I Eg e
Peace? Wanna bet?
riding this gravy train, the worthy j 0
as well as the Idlers. Many more I I
who climbed aboard in the first few 'A youngster named Larry Park tales
the impossible in portraying Al Jolsonin
months following V-J Day also will DENIES RED AGENT CHARGE . Gerhard Eisler Is shown In his ROYAL VISITOR . Pretty Lady the new movie, but does the best

be cut off soon. Sunnyslde, Queens N. Y., home after denying that he was anyone: Iris Mountbatten cousin of King that could be expected. There never STRAINS, SORENESS

Of 1,800,000 claimants on the but a displaced person trying to get home. Ills wife is shown with George, makes an attractive pic- 'was but ont Jolson, although there at- ,.

rolls last April, only 40,132 had him. EIsler has been accused by a former Communist as being the ture following her arrival aboard ways were dozen of imitator. The CUTS, BURNSA

exhausted all their claims up chief Comintern agent In the United States. They: are awaiting further the luxury liner Queen Elizabeth. vitality of Jolton in i.o'fe fan
until August. However, between developments following cancellation by the state department of Its She was one of 2,314 passengers only bt appreciated by who taw favorite household antiseptic dressing q
now and the end of the year permission for them to leave the country.: who arrived from England. him in ha heyday when he see the and liniment for 98:years-Hanford's
audience cheering at hit first
from 150,000 to 200,000 will join appear
soothing turns to relieve the soreness and
and held it in the hollow
once on
them. Veterans' administration stage ache of over-used and strained muscles.

is fearful many will-be unableto of hit hand all evening. ., Take the sting and Itch out of b......, \y
find Jobs. scalds.Insect bites, oak and try poisoning
wind and IUD burn, chafing and
General Bradley has never liked THOUGHT AFTER A chapped akin. Its antiseptic action lessens
the "52-20 club," believing it subsidized DINNER INVITATIONOf I the"orlDfectiou whenever the
Idleness. lido I* cut or broken.
Many veterans
aU man's words, I Keep a bottle handy for the minor
found it more, comfortable to live on sweet casualties of kitchen and nursery. At
Surpassing ,
the $20-a-week dole than to work for your drufiut--trial sue "="I'jfG.
The finest are, household sue 65*! economy
a living, although some, Includlnl'the
"We're) having meat!" a HANFORO MFO. CO. Synmss.Y.
disabled, made an earnest effort Sol sakes otBalsal11

to find jobs. .
Now that the relief train Is reaching .
TAe mart you listen to tht radio
the end of the line, Bradley the
comedy program mart you bo-
fears that they will have a tough com convinced that the author, oj '?! rrhTHE
time readjusting themselves to Me
a material are doing it to pay an
life of industry.ItlERRYGOROUND. election bet.
0 e e e

The Mayflower presidential yacht

Some people relish reports that of Teddy Roosevelt Taft, Will on.

they're in the big money but not Harding and Coolidge, is to be sold

Henry Wallace. A report that he w.e.II. at auction. It should be retained as HI r mi inn in FIIII tf \

was to get $75,000 from the New t b a memorial to the day when It was RHEUMATISMNCURITISAUMBAQO

Republic drew a quick denial. He's r possible for a President of the |

getting a little less than his cabinet United States to get a little relaxation -

salary, which was $15,000. . Wallace merely by boarding a boat t
will remain In Washington this S. DELEGATION TO UNITED NATIONS . Members of the 0
winter then move to New York. He U. S. delegation attending the United Nations general assembly at There is a lot of talk about a revolution MAGICREMEDY

has bought a farm up along the Flushing Meadows, New York City, talk It ever before session. Left CALLED TO WHITE HOUSE . in this country, and an sortsof

Hudson . Wallace aides didn't to right at the meeting area Rep. Charles A, Eaton, New Jersey Mrs. Lt. Gen. Walter' Bedell Smith/ causes are given Personally

want him to become an editor, Eleanor Roosevelt, widow ef the former president; Warren R. Austin American ambassador to Moscow, we think that the revolt, if It ever BRINGS BLESSED RCLICf

thought Jt would put him on the spot Vermont, senior representative Rep. Sol Bloom, New' York; and Rep. shown as he left White House conference comes, will be against shrimp cock. Large a+BeMell<.Sll*IMSIU.lilt) II llll Small lll ttae Oilllllttl i

once a week. Helen Gahagan Douglas California with President Truman. tails. .. 0 111 till HH Inut s n run at mil)!il inn I

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Corner Shelf and I (

Colorful Cookie Box A ,; -ft.ell When Your"Innards"are
L meJtJlJm
J. :!n' tA Crying the Blues
THERE Is magic in the flowing / .
curves of this bracket shelf. /
Place it at eye-level in a cornerof AfGERALD.. BROWN R

a small room and you have a WN U.

feeling that the corner has melted Duke McCale, private detective, li en- It over with. He started to talk, now and then raises the hair on my In WASHINGTON ) ::.
away and the walls pushed backto aged by wealthy old Mil Blielow to almost blurted out "You're In some head-"
add space. guard the preient for her nlece'i trouble Miss You need -
Blgelow. "Who called in?" By Walter Shead
wed din,. McCale accept, only becausebe
USE ACTUAL-SIZI leniec that Mil Blgelow I* afraid help. You do. You cam.to, me this "Family" To himself he continued WNU Cav.up.edad
PATTERN TO of 1 something more serious than a possible morning with It written 'all over "Darn. This fellow Is too In-
AND CUT COOHtt CORNIRSHKF SOX left. McCale let his a.ltant, Stocky. your face. You're afraid ot something qulsltlve." Suddenly McCale caught
= WNU W..ll/nt.e Bu,.."
OP jorkland, and his secretary, Ann Mar- -something that has nothing a glimpse of something-something
Ull Iff St.,N. W.
THIN WOOD riot, to hunting op back ground data to do with wedding gifts." He madea ugly behind that hall-fellow attitude,
000 oa the member of the amllle Involved gesture as if he were waving them that Fertilizer
mantel of jauntlness-some- Industry Says WHEN CONSTIPATION make yon feel
III the wedding Later McCale inspects '.
away "You are afraid.. I know thing he did not like punk I*the dlckeni,brim on stomach
the rich .
pruent On I* a deed to a It Can Meet All Demands
modemlaU beautiful "I suppose you do. But though "Not Sybil?" Christopher prod- upset lour taste gassy discomfort
manilon. A tall
load* woman playing the plane Intrigue her hand trembled, her eyes were ded. "Not darling Sybil, surely." to take quickly Dr. Caldwell'i pull the trigger famous on medicine laiy "in-

hi* interest Two other women vacant. McCale was saved from making WITH[ thousands of acres of farm Bard", and help you feel bright and
sod a man appear la the room. They "Tell me what \it is.. Give me : a reply by, a peal of light laughter mined-out of crop-producing chipper again.
e .re obvtontly member ot the family, your confidence. If you want my outside the room A door' banged minerals due to heavy and contant DR.CALDWELL'S the wonderful*en.n -
6UaS appearing aristocratic and sslt-satlsaed. help, I must have it. What do you somewhere There was another ripple working during the over-pro- *laxative contained In good old Stony
make It ... to take.
Pepsin to *o ,
cox fear? Who is making you afraid? of merriment mingled with a I ductive war years, this questionof MANY DOCTORS use peptla prepare/

CHAPTER III "Now I've done It." he cursed to deeper one, running feet on, the fertilizer-or perhaps the question dons In prescriptions to oak the medicine
himself, for she threw him a sharp; stairs and Veronica ran into the of government or private industry more palatable and agreeable to

WIde The. It shelf will ti hold ten a Inche number deep of small and fifteen thing tqst In his reverie of this neo- half-angry glance and got ups Ho room, followed,by a man. production of fertilizer is take.tamed So In Syrup be sure Fepda.your laxative con

It or Ilk you, the norklt:; : wooden her*. cookie box for Gree vision, McCale hardly heard tumbled to his feet blind with anger They might have been precededby looming ever more important as the INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'sth.favorite -
a e Adelaide Blgelow speak. ; at himself, but she was smiling a fanfare of trumpets. Everyone basil of spirited controversy in the of million for SO year,and feel

Pattern 2M give an actual-slze cutting "May I Mr. McCale. at two people who were entering stopped talking; everyone 80th congress. that wholesome rUe from eonatipe/
guide and directions for making the cor- present the room. turned Your Home Town Reporter has lion Even finicky children love it.
toward the door to
also and Sybil? This Is Mrs. Joel Btgelow. as a
bracket abelf. direction
an The girl was all gold. Her skin been learning something about the CAUTIONS Due only U directed.
Urge diagrams for' making the box and The bride's mother." She put her stage It was as if a spotlight had
a stencil pattern for decorating It in the a tones were coffee and cream, In the been turned on, startling the audience question under the tutelage of no
quaint cookie-eating Tyrolean figure To hand on his sleeve. "Mr. McCale'sAgency liquid of Laurencln less authority than Maurice H.
get these three pattern In one. tend He is overseeing-the wedding sense a portrait. to quickening anticipation of an DR. CALDWELL'SSENNA :
with name and address direct to: Ifts." She was not beautiful, but her face the star's entrance. It was sudden x>ckwood, president of the National -
had a depth and a glow that was and complete. Even McCale was fertilizer association, an organization -
MRS. RUTH WTKTH SPEARS With an effort he brought himself lAXATIVE
curiously warming. That was (t checked in the act of raising his which claims something like
Bedford HfflJ N. Y. Drawer I* back to the woman who faced She 480 from the some 600
was warm and golden, and you glass to his lips. memberships CONUNI, soMan' PEPSII
Enclose U cent for Pattern No. lot. him. He conscious of impressive -
was knew at once that she was intelligent Something both electric and animal fertilizer plants In the country.
N.maAddree bust followed by about a ; and nice as well as decora- came into the room with Curt Lockwood has been a fertilizer executive -
hundred and fifty dollars worth of ive. Her hair was long, naturally Vallalncourt. Even if there had not for many years having

shaped and girdled figure, expensively curly- and of a burnished bronze been the little piping ecstatic thrill headed the fertilizer division of the .

trained not to split the seams of Sybil's "Curt, dear!"; the quick Eastern State Farmers' Exchange STRONG HUSKYYOUNGSTERS
of a black afternoon dress. She fire that lighted Victoria's glisteningeyes one of about 20 co-operatives which
wore far too Much told costume rr itfa
; the husky overtones of Karen hold membership in the
jewelry Just below the chin of an saying "Behold LockWood's along
the bridegroomcometh organization, thanks to this
Elizabeth Arden face topped by a
," McCale would have with the National Plant Food council
olgnee up hair-do. Her manner known the Identity of this physical the other national fertilizer organization MM ENERGY TONIC
K was arrogant as she repeated his rhapsody. Is locked In battle ,with
I name In the cool detached tone she
Here was a consciously beautiful the Farm Bureau and other organ-
To retain a design or lettering might use to a chauffeur. She acknowledged young man in a great big way: tall latlons over further entrance of testis doctor, asott's e.eemmend Bmul.loa O=
the introduction, that and wide dark and virile of -itue Ife rich In natural "'.0
:which appears on furniture, canis- strong government In the production Vitamins end ..e,.r-kalldlnr
ters, breadboxes which you wishto was all, then moved majestically and violent. He bad a large, curly fertilizer and particularly against oil ehlldrea need for proper
repaint, spread a thin coatingof away following her bust to a low black head, dark eyes that held a the IIllI-Bankhead bill and the Flan fl teeth growth sturdy, itrona bodlee.bone Hftpi sound bald

melted wax with a fine brush table In pursuit of a glass of sherry i; passionate promise. He was a dynamic agan bill which Is definitely and up r....to.... to taUt toe If diet

over the design or lettering. This A corner of McCale's mind was person-the kind to whom unalterably sponsored by the Farm. le today A.D All deficient.druzglita.SCOTTS Bur. Soott'e
preserves the design.' till at the piano where the white things were bound to happen. Bureau.

-.- oddess now played something by He acknowledged the Introduction Lockwood says the fertilizer industry EMULSION

After cleaning hair combs place Gershwin In a real broken beat to the detective in a deep strong is not opposed to construction -
them in a solution of one table- He caught an amused glance from voice, with a handshake that made of a government pilot plant or Yf.AR ROUND TONIC

spoon of ammonia to one quart of Mill Blgelow before she presented McCale almost buckle at the knees. to government education and research -
water and they will look bright him to the couple sitting on the sofa. It was three or four minutes before for benefit of the farmers

and clean. "Victoria Blgelow," murmured the blitzkrieg of his arrival set In the fertilizer field, but they want Starts Relief In 6 Seconds

-.- Miss Adelaide, "and Stephen-the tled into a steady, slow appreciation government to stop there and per- .from All 6 usual t..1,1';
Creaky stairs can be corrected bride's sister and brother." of him McCale himself was mit private enterprise to take on I

simply by inserting a piece of The girl looked a little old around rarely Impressed by mere sensual the commercial development of fer- Gl I N\\S

rubber under the treads. If no the eyes, a little hard around the attraction and was loath to admit tilizer from that point. ,\ PRIPARATION\ '

rubber scrap is available make a mouth She was, somehow, like a the catalystlc effects of It. Here Ha says the private fertilizer _COlD .CfK
wedge of soft wood and insert drawing In the slightly degenerate, U ever, was Its complete manifestation plants have the capacity to manufacture f0TABUTS OR LIQUID -
with the hand. : however. He backed Cautloni Take only e* dl>iel.4
,firmly macabre style of Beardsley-all away more fertilizer than the farm-
- black and white with finely drawn toward the piano, the better to take ers can use, that they are manufacturing -
Used orange nets make excel- eyebrows and smudged lashes the scene apart. Ai unobtrusively; fertilizer cheaper than

lent dishcloths. When washed There was something viperlsh in the as possible, he let his dark hard ever before with Increased plant- .

thoroughly, rinsed and dried, they way she held her pointed chin. Her stare sweep around the circle. food content and that they are makIng SDIbDFFtlEHNSpainted ':\\
'are soft, absorbent and scour well. body, sheathed in a dress styled for Afterward he was to come backto better fertilizer than ever be "

-e'IJ someone far beyond her,, age, She. didn't recent his standing; that abort scene many times fore. And if that is true, then why 'rlaces like dustinp.and : '
M j 'To revive blanket nap after :timed t o'usured\oo. relaxed, too there as she played trying to put totether the pieces of. should government enter the picture JIjij
'laundering, hang the 'blanket up willing.It the riddle as they presented themselves ? ysu get all these
'over the shower rod or towel rack color Her head was set on a per In the next Jew moments : ij
to that too.1
was see Stephen
plus qualities
nearest the bath tub. Fill tub Jlgelow was Victoria's brother. He fectly proportioned body. Dressedas It was all there; had he known it, Why a' Government Plant? ,
will fluff she was in shades of beige and the wheels within wheels the rethread <
with hot water. Nap up. to Home Town Reporter
had the same hard finish the white It seems your +Removes yellow discoloration
-e- brown simply; and in beautiful of danger the shadow of that the answer boils downto.
skin the face. In
narrow twenty
If you mast set a dish directlyon he would be lantern-jawed taste she was at once quietly death. Each Intimate gesture the "What Is a pilot plant?" and how 4-Dislnfecti-DeodorIies ,
the ice in the ice box, place a years and hollow-eyed. Already there wasa charming, assured, thoroughbred shading of a phrase each bit of conversation I much fertilizer can the government -H Seats paint pores

''jar rubber underneath it. This will crease of cruelty, around his uneasy 'Veronlca-dear," Miss Blgelow overheard, held portents ; make and still not enter the commercial f-Refresheni color ;

:prevent its sliding. mouth. From the way he attacked touched her, kissed her. There was deep and inevitable. field? Also, if the fertilizer c !
i -.- his highball, McCale suspected In'[ her voice 'a note of passionate Industry cad and will do all It ... all sn One

When melting honey that has his petulance was partly the concern, of pride-of relief. More Puzzles claims, then why should the AmerIcan operallon

,crystallized, be sure to loosen the effect of a speedily evanescing liver Adelaide .Blgelow Introduced the DevelopingAs Farm Bureau, an organizationof rJrQINa
Jar lid before you put the 'Jar into .' He wolfed his drink while nod golden girl In the doorway to Me- farmers, insist that the government

the hot water. Tightly closed 'jars ding to McCale, but his eyes were Cale and he was surprised at the mained it in was his, the mind things to puzzle that him re- take a hand? They have been .''awnm..e w1 r

may burst., fixed on the woman at the piano. creature's throaty mellow voice,sit these Conversation became traditionally against government
were :
lacked the superficiality of the debu ownership and even the authors of
general though the atmosphere stll the bills are opposed to government
Lovely Veronica tante drawl. But wasn't there something '
e contained a peculiar effluvium of
: a trifle nervy, a bit disquieting ownership.
underlying edglness. He noticed
Seems Nervous about the edges of that voice? Congressman John Flanagan (D.-
that Adelaide Blgelow seemed as
'Mrs.' Stephen Blgelow," said There was. overcome by the positively theatrical Vs.), who Is chairman of the bouse' U. S. Savings Bonds

Miss Adelaide and left McCale She pecked at her aunt smiledat charm of Curt as the rest, and agricultural committee, In discussing -
looking down at a polite Garbo-Ish McCale made a few quick, nervous that even Stephen had pulled out of his bill said "While I do not

Disaster mask, a slow smile and slender, laughing jibes at her family and his alocholic depression, and was believe the government should go 6J
cigarette-stained fingers picking out said in that modulated, too-well con watching Curt with an almost phys Into the fertilizer business, I would t.\tl'I '
a lush tone. Yet that sensual undercurrent trolled tone "Anything new come? ical worship. Karen glowed, silver like to see the government step In v
that might have been Present, I 'mean. Anything excit- and white. Victoria's eyes were and set op fertilizer experimentalpilot t
purely chemical, or even glandular, ing?" slits. Sybil was watchfuL Storm plants at such points as will WHEN COLDS STRIKE
was there. He felt it as he knew Miss Adelaide turned abruptly as was quiet but appreciative. And serve the different sections of our

Stephen, the woman's husband felt she was about to Introduce McCaleto Veronica was chatting nervously, country; run tbe plants for the Modem Way Brings Grand Comfort

It. He sensed what slavery there the young man who had come In the same note of strain in her golden : length of time necessary; to developthe When discomfort of cold make ch3-

fighters must be In loving a woman like with her. She made a futile gesture diction. She was like a gilded right kinds of fertilizer neededfor dren feel *o miserable many young
this could see that part of Stephen's as if to ward the girl off. but fragment tossed in a glittering vor, our different soils and demonstrate mother now rub on PENETRO tot
restlessness was a sickness, and that I Veronica was out of the room before to the farmers the imperative i quick-acting relief...*o clean and whit.
he was living on the cocaine of I tex.It necessity for soil Improve ao pleasant to ue-and to effectivelPENEIRO'S
the movement was even com was when Curt said, in thaI medicated
and then turn the modem-type,
her ment and care
magic. pleted. compelling voice of his "Very magnanimous vapor*niton at one to Booth irritated
She didn't resent his standing McCale found himself hanging In' : of you, Chris, to give UI plants over to private Industry. upper bronchial tubee, clear the) bead
there as she played. She didn't fertilizer associations relieve son throat, help quiet coughing
the air, so to speak pumping the The Nest, that a warning signal This Is what the
Americans realize speak or smile or make any effortto hand of a man whose name he flashed in McCale's brain. It was i say too. Only they do not approved mutton met feature; and ad.
that! the protection of thou put him at his ease. She knewhe hadn't heard. spoken with such charming naivete, agree on how big these pilot plants entitle medication tuba in to help breakup
sands of lives and billions of was dazzled not quite sure of as if, thought McCale, the one thing should be nor how much fertilizer the local congeetion and relieve muecularaoreneaioicolda. -
himself but it didn't even seem to he really lacked was manners. He they should make for demonstration FBN TROerMan
dollars worth of property rests The Conquering working for boon,encourage reetralaleep.
In the hands of the peacetime amuse her Breaking off in the was making a studied conscious effort purposes. Then they don't like Modern mother*everywhere
:' middle of a run and without speaking Hero Comes the plan to sell these plants to cooperatives changing to deaD white

Regular Army. she reached for a coffee cup at "Storm, Christopher Storm," the Storm only smiled, steadily He after the government has '
Army Engineers: are constantly the far end of the keyboard. young man said. "You're Duke shrugged, retorting, "Veronica always finished with them on the theory PENETROSRUBfor

at work along:our great Karen had seated herself beside McCale and I've beard of you." gets everything she wants." that the purchasers would be "hand-

rivers, building dams and her husband, and. Joined by Sybil, McCale stifled the impulse to "Oh, Chris," Veronica put out her picked" which, of course, Is a presumption
levees dredging: channels and the small group was carrying on ar say, hand to him started to say something that there would be something
"Shush. He said "Well let
desultory conversation about the stopped. crooked in the sale of the
using the latest scientific methods -
the hand of this big fellow who
control flood waters. wedding rehearsal, ,the brides- go Chris turned to her for a brief plants
had designed and built a house
maids, and the ushers.: It was the moment a blank look coming over
And when the rivers burst their called "The Nest.
Some Changes NeededIt
usual half-catty post-mortem. hU face. There was a lost world )in
bonds, those same Engineers Christopher Storm was tall and
'She's' very beautiful Isn't she?" his eyes. seems to this reporter that before
I are ready to battle night: and said Miss Blgelow, catching McCale lean and athletic. His face missed Victoria laughed shrilly She the fertilizer industry wins the

11 day raising sandbag ,barriers again with his eyes on Karen. being handsome by way of a rather made a quick nervous gesture, bit confidence of the farmer the Industry

and rescuing flood victims. "Mm" McCale grunted, smiling square Jaw and a generous mouth her lower lip and looked a sudden ; must develop a different method

) Many of the nation's finest "Is she always like this?." He had undid blue eyes and curly significant, pleading question to of packaging more plant food in

;' young men ate joining the Regular "A Nordie princess?" Miss Adelaide hair:. of a nondescript shade. Curt Curt seemed to square onto smaller packages. In other words
, Army knowing that they smiled slight distaste curling Christopher maneuvered McCale her. He shook his head as If he that when a farmer buys a ton; of

- opportunity to the corners of her mouth. "I , toward the bottled liquids, mixed I were saying, "No." fertilizer or 800 pounds of fertilizer,
will have
an I'm afraid not." them both a drink. He motionedto Everyone was concentrating he gets that much plant food and I-
work with the most modern 'Ah.. The descriptive Swedish a seat beside himself, saying Storm and Veronica at that moment not 600 pounds of plant food and 1.400 CALOX
equipment and dor a'constructive blank." without preliminary, "Heard about and McCale thought no one else saw pounds of filler or "inert matter." change to

job, of utmost value to "Just so." you' in that dyehouse racket Pretty that exchange of glances between Secondly, he must provide different

their country. "She's very talented." keen deduction. What brings you those other two. Afterward he wa methods of mixing so as to the hatle elect

"Yes, Indeed." here?" to wonder. eliminate Jong freight hauls for
Miss Blgelow was rocking him "Wedding presents." Vallalncourt went over to his future which the farmer pays on this heavy; on your smile
"Not really? Didn't know stepmother-ln-law, almost as I If Thirdly he must provide
fOUl ill au. ARMY ICRVUT8I feel like Paul Pry Why had she you tonnage. Efficient Colon tmrfc too-refS
been giving him the impression, went in for small stuff" in apology for neglecting her She better and more accurate labelingso
I RATION AND MANKIHD IN in the last few minutes that Karen "I have to make a living. Cases was a little high on too much sherry that the farmer knows exactly Help all tile remove natural 61na.lutr..brlGs of yon one

,: '-' WAR AID PUCE was worth watching then? He like the dyehouse; murders are few and was quite crushing to him. In what he is buying; and there Is a IIILi1a. .

to.. changed the subject and far between." a bad-tempered manner she shoo move under way now to provide for 2 A pedal Ingredient la Calm
Storm's blue narrowed. his attempted coddling. Without accurate labeling in a ...
"Will you want me to have my eyes off this more encourage rtpJ.r mousse
,' .. man on duty tonight?" He watchedher "Well, It Just didn't seem to me that her fixed cosmetic smile her face bill which win be introduced in the which ba a ensue effect oo gum
of bric-a-brac downstairs unbecoming mask her That the industry ...help* make them &n and
closely. All the tightness came array was an next congress. .Too ap you aa 1e..1rida
back Into her eyes. warranted your special talents" make-up unable to disguise her 'mid eventually can do this Is shown in Ca.taI

0I "I-I don't !know." McCale didn't answer. "Too true. die-age. There was a puzzle therein the fact that they; have Improved the NM4I-tMaKer i..thwrew4w.
Suddenly be was like a man waitIng my bright young fellow" he the coolness between Curt and plant food content over the years IIJ r-n / 1bw..a.Nwi beanies

In a dentist's office wanting to thought, ,"but if I told you that all Sybil and still could lower prices.

'- start something, go In there and get day; I've been coddling a tingle that (TO BE CONTINUED) "


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::: : NOTICEAt
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: 1 a regular meeting of the, City BUYING PROPERTYOR

Published Every I'rtdayby the Council held on November 4, 1948,

Okeochobi News Co.. at Oka....- the following names were ordered
Announcing bee, Okeachobt County, FUrlda stricken from the Registration Books ,
; ,: -- '- -.--- -- ---- HAVE
I of the City of Okeechobee, Florida) SWRE' THE TITLE IS CLEAR.
r BRYANT BOWDEN ......... Bdltot

One Year in advance .. . .. $3.00 Olga Bcrka

t The removal of our office from the Three Six Months Months, In In advanca.i advanc.., .... ...,.1.00 1.60 Basil Hazel Bowden Bowden Ie Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.

Mrs. B. 0. Bowdon

f \ building we formerly occupied to I lat AdTortlilur of each moatb.bill are Parties pijtbl aaku1I'D on tbs t. Albert Berka L. BARBER, Manager ,
pnblUhen required to pay In advance. Roscoe Bass
tmaafiitar ta ttca wnml/'Hmt! :' u. ,
Entered Mond elm matter Jit; Mildred Bass ,
(New Office in downstairs of I I. 1014. at the Poet Office In 00...- Paul Burdeshaw
. our bee Fli., under Act of liar. I, IB7I.I .
Rosa Coats Coachman I

the Masonic Lodge Building \I W. M. V. MEETINGThe J.Cortne J. Orlner GrtnerX. TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, ,j

Woman' Missionary Union :. D, Harris CASH REGISTERS 1

of the Tint Baptist Church was entertained 3. R. Johnson SERVICED BOUGHT & SOLD .

at the home of Mrs J. H Frances Lit

DURST'SLaundry Bible, Tuesday afternoon at 3i80 C. C. MoCaln Repair To All Makes
o'clock. H B:, MclaughlinJulia

MM. Bible was aulited by Mri McMullen

and Carl) Durance L. K. McMullen The Craft Shop ,.

Mrs. C. H. Eiland gave an Interesting Georgia Powers

devotional, using Phil. 4t 11. 0. L. Pippen Ft. Pierce
Phone 695 - -
Dry CleanersETTA The president, Mri. Cone Presidedover Mrs. Ode RaulersonF.

the business session. E. Rambo

Refreshments were served to the Roy R. Raulerson

following members Mrs. R. E. Ham. O. L. RaulersonL.

DUFFEY, Mgr. Phone 156The rick, Mrs. 0. L. Raulerson, Mrs C. A. Roebuck

H. Biland, Mrs. C. D. Harden, Mrs Elsie Roebuck

Dorothy Kay, Mrs. G. L. Burk, Mrs Josie Sanderfur '

Franklin Walker, Mrs. E. J. Wilson John Sharlck

Mrs. A. N. Bowen Mrs. M. L. Han Katheryn Spencer Immediate Delivery
oM cock, Mrs. Joel !Nalley, Mrs. S. J Spencer

--, Davis, Mrs*. J. A. Lowry, Mrs. C. R Ollie C. TurbyfillHUGH
Durrance, and Mrs. J. E. Cone.
President City Council, 30-Gal. Automatic Water Heaters Oil
City of Okeechobee, Fla.
Attest) Battery and Electric Radios

"Mortals and Immortals' Is the LORENA PEARCE, City Clerk
50-lb. Ice Boxes
subject of the lesson-sermon which

will be read In Chinches of Christ. While there Is a great howl about Pedestal & Floor Electric Fans '
Scientist throughout the world' on the 484 traffic deaths during the

Sunday, Nov. 17. first eight months of this year Tricycles Power Lawn Mowers.Humphries

The Golden Text tat; "Thou art no (which, of course, are public deaths)
at the same time more than 1000
servant, but and if persons
more a a son;
r a son, then an heir of God through: were killed in other accidentalways ;r Tire
stated Asher Frank, directorof .
Christ" ( Galatians 4: 7)).
the citations which Florida Safety Council. Of the
Among comprise
the lesson-Sermon Is the following 1000 accidental deaths one half of & Appliance Co.

from the Bible: "Put not them were in the homes Falls,

your trust In princes, nor In the son burning and electrocutions accounted Corner Orange Ave. & 4th St.

of man in whom there Is no help for most. There were many
and killed with firearms ,
drownngs some
His breath goeth forth, he return.
''eth to his earth; I In that very day In preaching! safety, lets

his thoughts perish. Happy Is he make it an all over program, concluded
that hath the, God of Jacob for his

Army Ground Forces offers you : help, whose hope Is In the Lord his

God" (Psalms 146: 3-5)). .
A NEW LIFE OUT THERELook The lesson-iermon also Incudes

the following passage from the

Christian Science textbook, "Sci -,'
toward Korea and Japan! A thrilling new job and a ', , ,,"
life with work and ence and Health with key to the ) ;4.I\:; .' '
new interesting sports entertainment! ...
:5-..y... travel opportunities-can be had for the asking by qualified scriptures" by Mary Baker -Etldyj: !" : :

young men who volunteer for the lot Cavalry, 11th Airborne, "In the illusion of life that Is here :; l.
6th, 7th, 24th or 25th Infantry Divisions. today and gone tomorrow, man 1':

What an opportunity . what a job! Training in one of would be wholy mortal, were it not .
these crack units will stand you in good Head wherever you that love, the divine principle that

a foreign language. Learn the fascinating details of obtains in divine Science, destroys
Military Government-so vital to future peace and prosperity all error and bring immortality to ttao

Japan' "Isles of Pines" are but a sample of the attractions fight" (p. 306: 22-27).
of an Army career in the Far Ea..t. The Army has

reopened comfortable hotels] theaters, swimming pools, tennis
clubs, golf courses, ball parks. These familiar haunts of According to R. C. Gehrken, Jr.,

pre-war tourists and many new developments- provide a manager of Social Security Admin. 77x.
broad choice of recreation.Not istration field office in West Palm jt, Cho QdON

everyone can measure up to -this job. Only year Beach, recent amendments to the Social tv
enlistees who meet prescribed physical and mental standards Security act provided certain

can enjoy the benefits of such a job. High overseas pay, benefits to widows and children of ._ Syr fOR f'i fbI
good food and lodging and a generous retirement plan make veterans who died since their discharge .
your future fn the Army Ground Forces too good to nmsl
from the armed services. The
See your nearest Army Recruiting Officer for full details.
fact that the survivors received pay.
[ e Listen toi "Sounrf Of." "Warrior/ of Pea.." "Vo/.o/ erh.. Amy,"
"',oud'y, W. Hall," and Major/ football Ir adeaifi on you .dlo. ment under the National Service
Life Insurance will not bar them

.. HERE'S WHAT YOU GAIN ON OVERSEAS SERVICE from receiving old-age and survivors

Insurance benefits if they otherwise
I I. PER MONTH meet the requirements of the law. NsuYa'Z '

," to.U 13 v.rs.a Full information about the vet
IN ADDITION Master Sergeant 0 sf
f! . erans amendments can be receivedby
: or First Sergeant $165.00 $198.00r.
'r. TO FOOD, Technical Sergeant . 135.00 162.00 writing or applying in person to

LODGING/ Staff Sergeant . 115.00 138.00 the West Palm Beach office of the.

CLOTHES, Serlleant" . . 100.00 120.00I Social Security Administration.
Corporal 90.00 108.00 Mr. Gehrken pointed out that If
MEDICAL AND Private irst'ci...: : : 80.00: 96.00: all back payments are to be made

DENTAL CAM Private . . 75.00 90.00
claim must be filed by February / 1to.4t:
I. Os.neas S..leo 'Incross.s Rasa Pay by 200/0t everything we buy today-costs The
1947. more. things
we eat, or wear, or ue Ue
taken a steady upward climb. But the picture Is not
Your Regular Army Serves the Nation and Mankind in War and Peace altogether dark and gloomy. Floridians can
NOTICE SELl OF INTENTION LAND TO find genuine satisfaction In one Important commodity that has ACTUALLY DECREASED IN COST:

even as service has increased. Greyhound fares are less than half
that they were 16 I
704706 Comeau Building pursuant to Section IS ((1), I'haprei200M This, we believe, in the face of all rising costs, is a ttand-out achievement. Look ot these t
Laws of Florida' Arts of 1041
.. and Station l7.! Chapter 11717. Lawsof comparative 'fares below-it's something pleasant and refreshing to think about. -
WEST PALM BEACH Florid< Acts of 1031 n amended ,
by Section' 11, Chapter 20058, Lavs ol
Florida. Acts of 1941, and also pursuant
to Section 42 Chapter 20722
Laws of Florida Acts of 1011, as ede 7ee '
amended by Section 10. Chapter 22079 41Ze4
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1043, andSection ,
44 Chapter 20722. Laws of '
Florida, Acts or 1941 as amended bjr 193O FARES J
Section 21 Chapter 22079. Laws of 1946 FARES
Florida Acts of 11>>3. the following
srrlhed lands In Okeechobee County Jacksonville-Miami $11.50 '
Florida to-wlts: an' ** Jacksonville-Mlaml.----_ $5.30 Joo
Jacksonville mpa ; . o.OO Jacksonville-Tampa -. : '
Lots 7 to in Inc. Elk. U, City of "" "" . *,-, _,.... 3.25
Okcef.hubee. West Palm Beach-Miami . / 2.25 West Palm Beach-Miami
Lots 2, :a.i 4 and 7 to 12 HI It. 105. : .., . 1.15 I
Staney'sRADIO Tampa-Miami . . . 9.00
City of Ok..bohee. ,'0' Tampa-Miami 4.30
tu First .
Lots 3 II Ins lllk 3T
AiM. to ,t. Okeivh.N.'. Tampa-lakeland > > ... ,_ ._. 1.15 Tampa-lakeland ., . .. ., .,s .60
I.nts 1 to U Inc. HIV :\l8. First "
. . . 860 .
i Orlando-Miami a
Ailil) ) to H. Okpetbobpa.Lots . ,- 3.80
3'to A time, and !>Vt" 12 Inc.Blk Orlando-Jacksonville . . 5.25 .
e Orlando-Jacksonville :
I JO{, First Add to IT Okeecho r . . 3.40
AND APPLIANCESERVICE bee. West Palm Beach-Jacksonville . 9.25 West Palm Beach-Jacksonville 4.40 .. .

will be offered for sale at pnolla outcry Daytona Beach-Miami . ,._.=,, 8.40 Daytona Beach-Miami
for the highest and be t cash bid. . ... 3.90
I subject: to the right of the Board ofCominliiloneri Tampa-5f.: Petersburg ......_............. 1.00 Tampa-St. Petersburg ". '
of Everglades Drainage ;.4!, .45
District, and/or Hoard of County
I'uinmlsaloner of Okeechobee County,
Florida to reject any and all bids ,
ac the Courtbousn, beginning at 10:00:
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS 01' 'lock A. M on the Irtth day of Hereuibi'r .
104H. Easement for drainage
and reclamation and rust purpose
will lie reserved. "



Electric and Battery BOAUD and OP COUNTY COMMIHSIOVKI19 .

Clerk of Circuit' Court otOkeecnobee
County, Florida,
as Otfeut for said Boards. 'HE5 i
By Connie \V, Raulerson - ,
- -- - Deputy Clerk . t

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NOTICE FOR MAYLR 0 ?o d h'eh o'N: : : 3: M ti 'w..C .o+AaCLASSIFIED PROCLAMATION

lucnoBEE: November COUNTY 1\: 1910\ FLORIDA I wish to announce that I am a WHEREAS, under and by virtue of

NOTICE! IS IIEUBUT GIVEN that cnndldtita for reelection to the officeof ADSLOST the provisions of the Charter of the
pursuant to Bociton \t ot Chapter Mayor of the City of Okoechobce of Okeechobee Florida It la the
IsiIKI Laws of Florida. Acts ot 1U37 In tho c------: ........:..>->.:..: :.:..:..:..>.:-:..>.:->.:-:.) City ,
Election to
known a. the MUKI'UY ACT. and In be held Tuesday, duty of the Mayor to proclaim and
pursuance: of Chapter 20B3M, Lave of Decei iber 3. --- call General_ City Elections at the
Florida, Arts of 1941. known aa the
KVK1U1LADKS IIi'1Imd.ap.P.J. :- I H. H. RAULERSON.FOR LOST time and In the manner provided by Wheel
Innd, eltunted In Everglades Drainage ---- said City Charter I I II
District In Okeecbobee County Flor MEMBER OF TJIE CITY '
ida, will be offered toe aale at public -Pair of boy's glasses. Finder I NOW, THEREFORE, I, H. H.
outcry for tbe highest and beet each COUNCILI Raulerson, Mayor of the City of
bid, subject to the rlgrht of the Tras- please return{ to me and receive
tees of the Internal ImprovementFund take this opportunity tQ announce reward. J. E. Cone. I Okeechobee, Florida do hereby PROCLAIM
and of the Board of Commissioners that. I candidate for
Jim a and DECLARE that a GEN
or Everglades Drainage District
In reject i any and all bid., at the City Councilman for the City of LOST, STRAED OR STOLEN ERAL CITY ELECTION by the duly

o'clock'onrlhollop A. M., ,.,on beginning the 10th ilnv It of 10:00 December Okee.-hobee in, the election to be I One red bone hound female about I qualified electors of the City 'of Alignment &

104(1. A. to all parcels of laud held Tuesday December 3. I w\l11 two years old. Also white and liver Okeechobee, Florida, bo held at the
of ten acre or more title to one-half
of iM'tiolenni, and three-fourths of appreciate your volte and support, colored pointer, female about two City Hall In said City, during the

Trustees other minerals of the will Internal be reserved Improvement by CONNIE W. RAULERSON.FOR years old. Liberal reward will be regular hours ot voting, to-wlti

Fand. Bnsements for road right of paid for Information leading to their from Si00: o'olock A M. until Sun

:1 saM war Trustees 200 fort:; wide from will any be,rem a by MEMBER Of THE CITY return down on Tuesday, Dteombor 8, 1(41, Balancing

I which and a..emaotor thero Is an listing drainage elate road and I COUNCIL BRYAN BOWDEN: for the purpose of electing the following

reclamation ana for road oses t take this opportunity, to nnouno : -- officers to serve M such, for

i will Commissioners he reserved of ir''lr"ladfl Doer DrainIC ot- that I am a candidate for' FOR RENT the two years belnnlng on the first

District the offte of Member ot the City I Monday In January, A. D 1I4T. and

Daaerlptlon Council In the election to be held' until their successors have been WE
Lots 81 to M Inc Blk, BA. (bee; FOR RENT Unfurnished ar rtmerit. HAVE INSTALLED THE BEST
A 1Ok..pphnh.ee Heights. Tuesday December 3. I will\ appreciate duly elected and qualified t
Lots 1, A & H, Blk. 10,1 city ofOkeechnbee .-Mrs. John Raulerson.
the vote and support of everyone 1. Mayor EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE AND
Luts 4N to. 112 Inc. Bit:. M Hoc, (' 2. City Clerk
New Okeecluihee Melr'iN, FOR SALE HAVE A TRAINED
Luts 1. 2, 7 & II. Mlk. ,.II\), Klrst Rod Chandler'FOR 3, Five City Councilmen OPERATOR.
Add, to South Okeechobee. r
FOR SALE Fat roasting
2\AL IMPROVEMENT FUND young hereunto let my hand aa Mayor of
OK THE STATE OF FLOR THE CITY COUNCIL and frying ducks price! '25 cents per the City of Okeechobee, Florida and

Bob IDA.lID OF COMMISSIONERS I take this opportunity to announce pound live weight Roasting heat caused the corporate aeal of said

OK EVERGLADES: DRAIN. that I am a candidate for reelection and fryers retail and wholesale. city to be hereto affixed, and the

AUK: DIHTUIUTBy aa a member of the City COUSARTS POULTRY FARM, same attested by the City Clerk this BRING YOUR CAR IN FOR A

MABHL for P.Jrustecs RAULERSON of the Internal Agent. Council In the election to be held Okeechobee, Florida 29th day of October, A. D. 1946.H. .
Improvement Fund and Tuesday, December 3. I will appreciate CHECKUPOKEECHOBEE
fur Boned of Commissioners H. RAULERSON,
ot Everglades Uraluuge DIs. your vote and aupport.
rlct, Okowhobee County, BRAD THOMASFOR !MALE HELP WANTED Mayor of the City of
KlnrdaLOST Okeechobee, Florida.


..I 52 Lbs.I x CITY COUNCIL I plying DDT and other profitable City Clerk
WEAR SIZE 14 AOAIN" (City of Okeechobee Seal)
I wish to announce that I am a products to farmers In
.... .. D. wail.a.PT.WORTH
Ae Plehw.d Have+ candidate for re-election aa a mem- County No experience or capital
Toe Diar 1o.. poandi and bar a MOTOR CO
Mon ilmler incalul Ajrnr.*. _No ber of the City Council In the City required. Must have auto and good QUICK RELIEF FROM
tlrun. No [
. .en..buttaa, Election to be held December: I references. Permanent Writo or Symptoms of Distress Arising from
ff Th,a..,atparleocaofMra.not be dlnennt than W U rouia.>mar will appreciate your vote and aup wire McNESS COMPANY, Dept. T,
EndyPlfnVl" !!"k'X5J, SIlSIn port. Freeport, Illinois. 25-2

od'j"* doctor..! twu* men eondaefatda It byan *' ALTO WATFORD, SR. EXCESS ACID SALES < SERVICEU
9ron Loa 14 to II oouod. gJgP
Fr. BookT.II.of Hom.Tr..tmantthatMUlt
In raw w..ke wit Starts Relief In
ts.l Vlia' Cads CLERK Help or It Will Cost You NothingOver
a Plan. FOR CITY ; AI16 usual h.'iCOLD
,from two million bottles of the WILtARD TIRES PUROIL
With thus.Ardi. Plea I lake this opportunity to announce : TREATMENT have been sold for relief ofymptoma
eat nor .1. S--
dlntren arising from Stomach
__.".'trt'l".".pie.T0*a*cI -.'t _a!. that I am a candidate for reelection and Duodenal Ulcers due to EUCMS Acid_ "Where Service Is A Fact"

!'>.A(vZs bet- /vh.ade...t. (be:: to the office of City ClerkIn ,".... ,\ ." GaisliiMs Poor Dlgaitlon, Heartburn Sour or Slwplmnei Upset Stomach, etc.,
p b."I 1JJ.'" the election to be held December "QD due to Eiem Acid. Hold on 15 lays'' trial!
=" tc_..:': ...... 1\--- {4TAUITI OR Ask for "Willard's M.a.an" which fully
3, 1946. I will appreciate your continued CauuilonTake_-ntn U-d explains this treatment-free-at
WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIESTear vote and aupport. .
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oat this Adv. .. a reminder. LORENA PEARCE



wish to announce that I am a iT THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT ENOUGH

candidate for member of the City

? Council In the City Election to beheld NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND
In Okeechobee Tuesday Dec-

DEC. I cember 3, 1946. I will appreciateyour
OAT We are fair
getting our share of the current produc-
vote and support.

... ..*, eW It* GINO BOROMEI, w ;'"',> t y '_' tion of new Chevrolet passenger cars' and trucks. '

And as strikes and shortages decrease, as the Chevrolet -

Joes: Country ClubON The Registration NOTICE Books for the "'i._ i, ., ,.., : y plants are able to produce more' and more new

City of Okeechobee will be oPen In 1 y passenger cars and trucks, we'll get more and more

NO. 15 HIGHWAY the office of City Clerk at the City 1 .. of them to deliver to our customers.

Hall In 'the City of Okeechobee beginning Meanwhile, as long as shortages do exist, it Is ours
November 13 and continuing
purpose to apportion share of the
until midnight November 22. All who our new Chevrolets

expect to participate in the coming 6 available fairly and justly among the many customers,

City Election must be registered W new and old, whose continued friendship and patron-
Clerk City of Okeechobee, : age are the keystone of our business.


So that you may have no doubt as to our method of .

NEWEST! OVERCOMINGReal distribution of new Chevrolet passenger cars and

WORLD'SFINEST / glory springs from the silent

conquest of our selves; without that trucks, we make the Following-

the conqueror Is only the first slave.
BIG SHOW James Thomson

USED FOR It Is not ao much being exempt

6 ARENAS from faults,'u the having overcome CY

them, that Is an advantage to us. POl\\

AN OCLIPOIN. SPOON IN TNs You will find It less easy to uproot RAt\ON\

WORLD'S GREATEST faults, than to choke them by DE ( l A

AMUSIMINT INSTITUTION I I gaining vlrtuel.John' Ruskin '.'rx.\ will be asked

Brl""lIn.O..rwltIt' If one lives rightly, every effortto '.:;>?2i: ACESSOR\ES-No\ cu stoma of
600 'IO'LI- condition
In..tl.n.. end hurt one will only help that one; ; : <:,.,; Chevro\et.\ as a
no AAENIC STARS Wond.ISO ........."... New accessories
WILD ANI- and R MYTLM of UnvN.d.nbd : for God will give the ability to overcome ...;/Y\ l Of DEUVERY- to purchase

MALI-IH GREAT I' ....tu,..Ames taws ; whatever tends to Impede progress :iA::1 1"PR\OR\1Y\ \ be apportioned delivery\
AIL will securing
Waege Land.
f CONTINENT : trucks
M 1 N A 0 1 R 11- POTTER TROUPE -Mary' Baker Eddy .:'Y7;.<. 'v;.,';. cars and essential\ Public services, C tomers will be
or Till SetATta? ((1)) us
1.000 nATS-SO 9 aAIII.IUCK .101.5 .:'<.V VV' basis oft t. OF ORDERS
Till WOILDPIATURE,6 If any speak ill of thee, fly hometo the \ requiremen trUe status
MUSICIANS-NIY .R :,,' ;t':"';:':' occupational 5. of the
fOLD CMAMPIOII 4 FLYING, .OM.ACTS... I ICIRCUSUOO.OOO thy own. conscience and examine : ',.. tjt... ((2)) veterans lacing orders informed, upon request.
SAYLTR. AaR1AUSTsO. thine heart. If thou art guilty, It :: ..N ,,>:l. of date in P\ files.
.AMlw10A AHO CON- I >'\, rio tit y 'n our
CAPITAL INVESTED. TII..AL .U.OPIr la a Just correction; If not guilty, '..,: '2(3)( ) P of their orders
twiCE DAILY 2&8 I It Is a fair Instruction "'.:":. ;::':.''fh San d order ,
P.M.cr.: : : Chevrolet
: -George Herbert ::;'.j{::y :; PR\ES-AU neW welcome your
OPIN 16' ., ""'" ,...;. 2. \ authorized prices 6. NEW ORDERs-We
I ;. '> :'iI' ,.' will be sold\ at the Chevrolet I at any time
/d..w..M.w. \\ ,v'\ : trucks for a eW
--- ---- of delivery.
.( IJ.\X:; .', current at time

,; ;. Erom where I sit'o.ijJoe.Marsh >j\ ;.>) required
I ',.->'. ,:. :.:':.Y trade-in will be YOU FOR
::# ''\- /i' {; THANK
: :> ..: ; 3.TRADE-INS-No\ a car WE
' have
r-- -:> -t : does not '
d/Yd, ; customer h o. AND LOYALTY
: any tronsac-
from the PATIENCE
How to Handle ':>:" : :)S\.: \. of at the time of OUR
J ihi':!> ={ dispose have cars Of 5
; <; : to who do DELIVER
a Fortune ': :' ':%:t.n \,. t'I on. Customers based IN AWAITING, ,
.: antes
I!;; >.\; : will be gIVen value CHEVROLET

Some) months ago I reported in with the Missus, sharing a mellow ;?.JL<.:. :> honest appraisalanYOUR\ NEW r
t '
the) Clarion how Mel Bate's uncle glass of beer with friends. on .

died vp north, and left lion with a From where I sit, Mel has at the time
tidy fortune. learned the art of handling money .

Naturally our town was curious -as well as handling people. You

to see how Mel would spend ft: don't let eash-in-the-bank push

Traveling around the world . you around any more thaa you.

getting a new house or ear . let people push you around. If you .
wearing fancy clothes .. or dinlike the simple homey life; companionship .1.r 'J s

ing on cold pheasant and cham and quiet ways; a glass f '
of beer and friendly talk-thafs ,
pagne. .t
tune tA a fortune, after all;
We eem now report, Mel fcasntchanged

a bitt! Drop 1m oa him say \ CHEVROLET
night, and you'll find him i. his 1
shirt sleeves by Uw fire chatting -- CILT .

C.pr 1946,11"-.-.ar-PomI.+iesN OKEECHOBEE, FLA.


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. DEPARTMENT Uniform International |1!| SCHOOL '! /ear-Rouul Wear Shirtwaiiler

,; } ; Pattern No. 1493 come In 4zes 14. 18,
BUILDING MATERIALS ii -:- LESSON .=- IB 20:r'o:2: 44 and 48. Size 18 requiresSi
: 33 Inch Ubrlo.
t'o' ; CONCRETE! block and brick machinery,
B-xS-U" hand mold., S23, make 800 block HAROLD L IUNDQU1ST' D D
a day with ..t.iWi'iIbtAl'J'n.aJ: flI1yWhen : olltb Moody Bible institute of Chicago, SOWING: CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT
(, mixer WORKS. $125 WI.d.a Oa.. Ph... 110. Released br Western Newspaper Union, 1 US south Well St. Chicago Y, m.

: pattern Enclose desired.25 cent In coins for etch

BUSINESS Lesson November, 17 PatternMj> efa, I
aTalUble. Metal metal lecurlt:
ptotes '1. BOX 1e1. GanlerSTllle. Ala. "---
A..nla Wanted: Wonderful commission. Friends Drop In Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected .
r: t LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS and copyrighted by International Addra
) Council of Religious Education used by
FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP._ permission.
Broiled Salmon Steaks
POWER UNITI-Chl'J'.ler n h.II CM
' complete. with clutch for tmmed delivery w Lemon Wedges. Boiled Potatoes PAUL MINISTERS TO
QUALITY Dee.FARM lIal.'UPPLI'. and llenl.a COMPANYl.hn ", a Buttered Broccoli THE TIIESSALONIANS This Home-Mixed

lit Melie St. SW CXprea. 100.HELP Lettuce with Vinegar Dressing
Atlanta Syrup Relieves
Oeerfla LESSON IT 1 T I Theoasionlans
Raised Rolls Beverage TEXT-Act* : :

Lemon Chiffon PI. 1:28.MEMORY: .
WANTED-MEN p$1 SELECTION not weary Coughs Quickly
In w.Udotn.-U Theisalonlan 3:13: ,
Needs No Cooking Saves Money.
(Installation Dept I Ha a number 01: 14 'diced citron
vacancies for young men 20 to 26 to Instal cup A great city commercially active The surprise of your life I. waiting
Telephone. Central omc. Equipment who. 9tgs+ 2H cups sifted flour for you In your own kitchen when 4
religious to high degree a military
have had training or experience In el.ctrlcal a ,
communlcatloni 1 cup butter or substitute It comes to the relief of coughs due I Ito
', mechanical or
Held, either. In armed forcei or otherwise. r I cup granulated sugar center and a harbor so fine colds. In Just a moment you caja
Starting pay based upon that experience / that it is Important to this day mix a cough syrup that give you
Progressive wage ecale In effect. Single: eggs -such' was the city of Thessolonlca. about 4 time as much for your money
high school graduate or u 1 teaspoon baking powder for ,
.1tioh quick
: :: the and surprising result
to It to
tally fit. muatrite be willing presented a challenge 1e
U salt a by stirring: I cup of
giving full p teaspoon syrup
Ing essary.or experience to k .iV'E\3: 483 + 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind preachers of the gospel and, in the granulated augur find one cup eft>
TRIC COMPANY EmI.....' Ornee. ..11Bb.d. name of Christ, Paul accepted and water a few momenta until dissolved.No I
B.lldl. Alia.... 0.11. 1 tablespoon lemon juice
won a great victory.In cooking needed-It'* no trouble at I
REGISTERED: druggist for small Ala>, Mix nuts and fruits with '.4' bitter alL Or you can ue corn syrup or
cup the face of persecution,
bama town, near Quit Coast Prefer mar liquid honey,Instead of sugar syrup
rled 'a'i.: Store open S. closes at 7. Goo4salary : of the flour. Cream butter, add sugar and persistent, the believers in this Then put SH ounces of Plnex (obtained
excellent commission best and work together remained faithfuL The from any druggist) Into a pint
city reason
Must be able to manage store and per This 1* a no-fall cake mad. by
aonnel Furnished apartment avatlabli the mix-easy method. Raisin until light for that appears in our lesson. Root- t bottle. Fill up with your syrup, and
for right man. Answer In own handwrltIng new 4 you have a full pint of really wonderful -
BOX B. 400 Edward Are.. Pgh. IS, fa filling U tucked In between the and fluffy. Add ed and grounded in Christ, they 1493 cough medicine. It never polio" ,

layers and the cake is frosted i eggs, unbeaten had brought forth the fruit of real lasts a long time, and children love It.

MISCELLANEOUS with a tangy lemon frosting.As one at a time Christian living under circumstances I This home mixture take right hold
of a cough In a way that means bus
and beat thoroughly which difficult and
ROAD STAND SIGNS enamel. on huvy. I were shirtwaist style that's In.... It loosens the phlegm, soothes)
Preah aluminum four broiler.by tw.nty.four lre.h vegetablea Inches, weather gets cooler and we after each trying. Our lesson tells of both the CLASSIC Here'sa the Irritated membranes, and quickly
fresh' fruit egg.. 'tourists, only 99 cent. each tend to stay indoors more we're I addition. Sift together dry Ingredients preaching of the gospel by Paul by every' age. eases soreness and difficult breathing.

postpaid Send check or money order Y.OENUI'iE UADCBAFT bound to be doing ..n and stir with lemon rind and and the living of the gospel by the dress that makes up handsomely Plnex la a special compound of
CO, Canojoharle. N.
\ Juice into batter. Add fruit mixture Thessalonlans. in almost any fabric and is a favorite proven! Ingredients In concentrated
some ? Set-In form, well known for quick action
Chinese fI..hrrack.parkler. the 'round.
ere Imported*, cap guns, caps, balloons,, jug No and stir until well blended. Bake L The Gospel PreachedAccepted year skirt and bronchial ;
wholesale. onlv Price list on request fcbly in greased heavy waxed paper lined and Rejected (Acts 17:1-7): belt fits snug and neat gored Moneys refunded If It doesn't plea

Hi W.VtENTWOBTU Madison BALES Chleage.INC.Illlnell anything entertllnt. loaf pans in a moderate (325 degrees Paul began his long and success is simple to put together. you In every way.

fussy, ) oven for 1% hours. ful ministry in Thessalonlca in

SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. i With cake flour again available the synagogue. It was to the Jews Germany First to Install ,

ROSE BUSHES ways on after its long absence you can planan who worshiped the one true God 1 t

Ev..bloomlnll grown I 110 choice v..rl.tt.varieties, 3-yu..ld., free catalog 11.14 out for easily prepared tidbits of all-out celebration for family or that he came with his message Planetarium ;26 in WorldAfter

TyTex N......... Bin 631. TI.., Tn. deliciousness that will make the friends by making the kind of cake about their expected Messiah '

evening more pleasantThe everyone has dreamed about for Christ the Lord. Here he estab- 12 y-;; ;of experiments ...

efficient hostess will always months. Even a beginner can makea lished a strong church. the first planetarium was completed THE
Inhale ilia
Buy and Hold YourU. sea that there are a few cookies tender fine-textured cake because What was the message which so and installed in 1925 in Jena TIME: TiSTIO fam" of DR. R. SCHIFP.

S. Savings Bonds stored away in a tin or jar that the of this mix-easy recipe: signally succeeded in this great Germany says Collier's. By the TREATMENT INNAIANi MANN'S ASTHMADOa

family can't reach. Let's call it an Ribbon Cake.S strategic center? Well, it was not beginning of the war, 25 other stuck of bronchial th:< auhma.ms draw ASTHMADOR rou ,?? ,?

Insurance cookie Jar if you please (as some modern preachers in cities had purchased one of these agtxpemrenayma.enSn5makeinstruments

for then you can always be sure of cups sifted cake flour large cities seem to think necessary which reproduces in initially-s dcptndable,erTectioe IKMIMIU
Gas Stomach 2 teaspoons double-acting baking ) a series of social, political hit help* nitre" the' igon* of the iccick-
on having something on hand to serve powdery light images the position and motion .td.dutrc.edk-hn: Sold: by diuggiitsevtrywhtre

Relieved la S minutia or doubt roar money back with fruit or beverage when friends or literary discourses. Paul of celestial bodies. under out money.bode SUO".,"
Wb...._._add._painful,ralfcxMIng drop in.Another. teaspoon salt preached Christ. He reasoned with Of the total of 26 installations _three convenient fwmi: ASTHMADOft.
gu.war lamftch aad hwurtburn.' doator.o.nallyprMerlbo I1/* cups sugar or mixture.
: m.dl.io. them and presented the Saviour (v. pipe
faitwtt aetiDg aoowa for each in
12 in two
idea that has taken many were Germany,
Hon.rki.f-aadleln. Ml.tb..ie bill' .oa.bI.a. H cup shortening
No l.i. B.U .ni brlnsi oomfort In a a woman's fancy is a snack shelf. 3) as One who was Italy and Japan, one each in Aus
?i milk
Hit or doubl. our mon.r back on nturn of bottle cup 1. Dead for our sin These people
to:. 2M M all orugvUta.How On this she keeps small plates and 2 eggs, unbeaten tria, Denmark France, Russia
were like us in that they needed a
and five in the United
napkins cups and glasses and a 1 teaspoon vanilla and Sweden,
solution for their sin
store of things handy to fix and good H teaspoon cinnamon problem States-In Philadelphia Los Angeles [StJoseph
Without the death of Christ thereis I
To to eat. Cheese and cakes or biscuits H teaspoon cloves New York Chicago and I \
Rel salvation tor Only
no man.
eveBronchitis any
thin wafers Jams and jellies H teaspoon nutmeg through the shedding of blood can Pittsburgh. 'WORIO"I UIGISI lElLIII 11111I l lUMMELS
pickles olives and perhaps jars of
snacks Sift flour once; measure into sifter there be remission of sin (Heb.
:delectable are some suggestions
might use in filling a shelf with baking powder, salt and sugar B:22). Paul had no part in the folly r

of your you own. Have shortening at room temperature 3f a "bloodless gospel" as though r you WITH

Creomulsioa relieves promptly because ; mix or stir just to soften. there were any such gospel.
As a starter you'll like these
U goes right to the seat of the Sift dry ingredients; add milk and 2, Raised for our justification. It
trouble to help loosen and expel cookie ideas: mix until all flour is dampened. was not enough that Jesus died

i_.._- term to BOOthe laden and phlegm heal,raw and, tender aid nature Inflamed Apple-Butter Cookie.. Then beat 2 minutes. Add eggs and marvelous as that is in our sight

'-' bronchial mucous .mem (Makes 2 doses) vanilla and beat 1 minute longer. For many a man has died for his

branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa 5i cup shortening; Line bottoms of 8-inch pans with convictions but none has risen

bottle of Creomulslon you must like with the the way understanding it 1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed. waxed paper, then grease. Turn halt from the dead. Christ could not

quickly allays the cough or ;you are 1 egg, beaten of batter into 1 layer pan. To remaining oe holden of the grave He arose

to have your money back.CREOMULSION. Ji teaspoon salt batter add molasses and the victorious Redeemer. i

H teaspoon baking soda spices, mixing only enough to blend 3. Declared to be the Christ. He

I cups sifted flour Turn into other layer pan. BakeIn Is more than a man, more than a

forCoU1hs,, hest Colds,Bronchitis K cup buttermilk a moderate oven (375 degrees) for great leader and an earnest teacher. Rub in gently-wann

H cup apple butter or tart jam 25 minutes. Spread raisin filling He is God's anointed One himself ing, soothing; Ben-Gay

Granulated sugar between layers and lemon icing on divine-and our Lord.
IF SCALP ITCHES top of cake. Some believed (v. 4), including ...It acts fast!Ben-Gay
Don scratch Itching It Check tormentinf Cream shortening and sugar until many devout Greeks and not a few contains up to:2'/a times 2

remove loose) wotdtyacdithp fluffy. Add egg. Sift together dry of the leading women. The gospel ;
emwr more methyl sahcylate
4 A
lMOBOitN and add alternately with
iy> MB.IB TONIC Ingredients
does have the
life-giving power as
buttermilk to the mixture. Chill until and menthol-pain.re- .
Holy SpirIt.applie. it to the hearts
handle. Roll to V thickness lieving known >
easy to of willing men and women. agents to ?

on lightly floured board. Cut Others opposed (vv, '5, 6). Note every doctor-than ave '

with a round cutter. Put together 2 that they were "of the baser sort"They other widely offered ' 'p.
Iwi pairs with 1 teaspoon of apple but Fr.
always are, even when they rub-ins. Get lenu/ne ; "
ter or jam. Press edges togetherwith
to be cultivated and educated
C,,.g.aohye r-M fork. Sprinkle with sugar. for there is something fundamentally Ben-Gay, the original :;

JUST A a.kn auca IW 4n Place on greased sheets about 1* wrong in a life which rejects Baume Analg sique for +

OASII INetAfNSRS.. part Bake In a hot (400 degrees) Christ. relief! epspeedy !

OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS oven for 12 to IS minutes. s
It was a serious charge they
Molasses Crisps. made against the Christians (v, 7), '

(Makes 3 dozen) for it was treason punishable by ,
Prompt, Long-lasting Relief for molasses death to have any other king but and COLDS.
Fae n Caesar::: if one lived in a Roman Ask for
MUSCULARACHESPAINS !Vt cap shortening Mild Ben-Cat

Hi cups sifted flour colony for
% teaspoon soda.i But the thing which they hated
worst in these Christians was the :
) teaspoon ginger
fact that their world
I Help Break Up Painful 1 teaspoon grated orange rind was in danger of topsy-turvy being set right
I Surfac. Tool
Congestion Bring molasses and shortening to (they put it the opposite way, v. 6), Children.SenGay

[ RU80N a boil. Cool slightly; add remainIng and they did not want to be made
If are serving tea when entertaining
ingredients right It is interesting to note that I
make It delicious by
and mix well. these early preachers had divine
bringing the water to the boiling -
Chlllsaveralhours power to turn over the social order.
and then allowing the
or over- Would that we showed more of that
One of the best home ways to tea to''steep from three to five
night. Roll on power in the church todayl)

BUILD UP ) floured board to minutes. Accepting the truth is good, but Youf Home is WARM

Cut thick D' '. Raisin Filling. it must go on in daily living The '
in desired Thessalonians knew that and they
RED eiooo Mix together 1 tablespoon cornstarch MORNING
shapes and placeon Ire models of
H cup sugar dash of salt,
If you lack BLOOD-IRON baking sheets. Bake In a moderately H cup raisins, finely chopped 1 teaspoon , II. The Gospel Lived Followersand :

Tau girl and women who suffer: so hot (375 degrees) oven for 8 I lemon juice and V teaspoon Examples (I The... 1:2-8): ur'

from simple anemia thai ,ou'r. vale, minutes When cool frost with pow grated lemon rind. Add H cup of Paul, the missionary was a courteous I
weak. "dra.ged ouf'-thl* be due Before '
may lered sugar and water icing. preacher. He recognized the
to lack of blood-Iron. So try Lydia X: water and mix welL Cook gently COAL HEATERStart
Plnkham TABLETS-one of th. beet Icing has a chance to set, decorate 3 to 8 minutes stirring constantly faithfulness of Christian brethren #

home way. to build up red blood-to with red or green sugar or until thick and clear. Add 1 teaspoon/' and did not hesitate to commend

of such the cae greatest Pinkham'6'labial.blood-Iron tonics arc you one tiny candles. butter or substitute and blend. CooL: them. We could do more of that '* a fire but once a year e. Heats *

can buy) At all drugstoree. Another good idea Is to make Lemon Icing when we meet true and faithful believers. all day and all night without refuel *

enough cake that will last for entertaining *
WNU-7 45-4<8 i several times. A good Cream together % teaspoon grat-j They were followers of Paul, but tug! Amazing patented interior con *

fruity cake will keep well; In fact ed lemon rind and 1 tablespoon but-j only because he followed Christ (v. traction. Provides an abundance of

will mellow with age. ter; add H cup of confectioners) 8). His power was from above (v. clean, steady heat for the average *
gradually beating well. Add
Watch YourKidneys sugar a), even as they also were chosen
Pound Fruit Cake. I dash of salt, then' % cup more of from above (v. 4). home. . at low cost. Holds 100 Ibs. '*

/ (Makes 3 pounds) confectioners' sugar alternately Following Christ meant affliction of coat Burns any kind of coal,coke,

1 cup blanched almonds, cut In with 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and to them (v. 8)), but it also meant wood. lets *
Help Them C...... the Blood stripe 1 teaspoon water beating until the joy of the Holy Spirit which is briquets or Requires at.

of Harmful Body Waste H cap diced preserved cherries smooth and of the right consistencyto entirely Independent of the circumstances tendon than most furnaces. .More t.'Ie .

Tan natter UiUen hem are the eoortaaUy bleed screes.Slterlniwarte Bui 1 cup diced preserved orange spread. of life-and above them. than a million now *

klcUejre'' _lalla thug work-deel peel Released by Western Newspaper t1I Oa. These Thessalonlan believerswere In !
art Melon Intended use
aa fall M re.
mere Immultlee tbat. U retained. Buy examples of what it meant *
. ibii system a4 inset Ue vbele LYNN SATS to be ChrIstiana. Wherever Paul
body maehlaery.Symptoms *
may te aentef baetaeke Pointers on Making CakesSift U ;you like cakes a little dark went their faith toward God was recognized rC.nS'P.a
p.niat atkadanbeatt.ela.0dlaalna., er than they are ordinarily made and he did not need to ex it t
SetjUf op nlihu, ...Wa.. pofflaaasnader
Ihe eyeefeellaf el aerreosaailety set the temperature a few degrees plain or argue for his gospel People
aad lose of pep and ...dlw flour into paper plates which high and bake the allotted knew the Thessalonlan Christians f.r' :;:r.C1J, a.ai .
Other alga of kidney of bladder \ can be used over and over again Cw
order are ._.d_ barging. scut* atteofroqaaetvlnalKm. will amount of time. Or let the cakes and thus they knew real oScc
when making cakes. This save I tie
stay in the oven a few minutes Christianity. t
There should he
a*dcmbl thai prompt washing dishes.
treatment I. wiser lhaa Btilaet. Die longer. Try the reverse proce There could be no finer witnessto WARM MORNING
Deo,'. Ml. D..'. hare lIMa wiaalaf Set bowl on I towel when creamIng dure if you like them just faintly the faith of anyone than to be
BOW trlead tot mere than
They have nartoo-wide repotatloo fan, and mixing ingredients as this browned. able to bear testimony that It is at tfwi'DvitcALOCKE

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GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK travel within and stand still with. .............................................. r
_Individual Effort out. Jamei Lane Allen. ,

"The beat,way to get to the UP I* Straight from tee Mighty Bow this Local and PersonalState e
by being the belt man at the bot truth Is' driven i

tom.-V. H. Jones. They fail, and they alone, who have ...... ......AA.: ....
not striven -Clarence Urmy I d
Your circumstance may be un Auditor II0nry Conner
congenial but they shall not long The race advances only by the ex the Armistice holiday at Inverness Co.'s f
remain ao If you perceive an Ideal! tra achievements of the Individual.You \lsiting his Burney-Kelz
,? and strive to reach ,Itl. You cannot are the Individual;Towne. family

Miss Sadie Sanders returned to

her home here Sunday night after

Is Rose Bushes spending two weeks In Washington, Pledge Policy {

I I D. C., and Warren Ohio.

Pink Radiance ...........f._..65c each 1(. G. Dynes, cashier of the Okee

Red Radiance ......_.._..._...65c each 'chobee County Bank, spent Sundayand
No. 1-2 years old Stock family Monday In Orlando, with his on .

For Delivery First Week In December -

Kit Bowden, editor and publish
Burgess Supply Co. of the Montlosllo News, spent a tow
hour here) Monday morning I OPAPrices
Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. McDougaldwere <
visitors spending Sunday and

f & Monday In Zephyrhllls with their
BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL I son In law and daughter. .

A large crowd of Okeechobee peo
I : DIRECTORY=: pIe attended the showing of the picture .

"Till the End of Time" at the 1
Fort Pierce theatre Sunday and
Monday of this week. on merchandise in our store r

PNILCO Mrs. James Brown left Wednesday will remain the same.
to return to her home In Miami aft.
Supply Co. er spending the first of the weekin
AUTHORIZED Okeechobee with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Raulerson.. We will see that our customers! interests -

Miss Mary Virginia Swain return are protected at all times.
BABY CHICKS ed to her home here Saturday night
ULMER EZELL from Bartow where she spent several
Tues. and Fri days visiting relatives and '
friends Fair prices for all is our policy.BurneyKelz .

Miss Madeline Padgett returned to

NORA PHELPS her home here Wednesday from
WISTERIA Jacksonville where sho spent the

DRUG SUNDRIES FOR first part of the week on account ol
I US TIm the Illness of her sUtcr.
NEWS, CANDIES Puroll Products

STATIONERY Ford Part.- Dr. and Mrs C, R. Bibb and Chester
FOUNTAIN SERVICE Service Margara left Saturday for Birmingham
SEE Ala where they will spent Co.
SUNDRIES OKEECHOBEE two weeks visiting relative. and

Nut Door to poetornee MOTOR CO. friends
r Phone 171 Miss Betty Barber last Thursday
POBOX 471 PHONE U left
i _ night for Lincoln, Nebr., where PHONE 115 J. E. CONE, MGR.Notice .

she will spend some time _visiting
her brother and sister In law, Mr.
and Mrs Frank Barber.

,OKEECHOBEE 'Burney KeJz Mable Lingenfelter and daughter, i
LIQUOR STORE Formerly Orvlle Anne 'of Tallahassee, were
I visitors spending the Armistice boll:
Denmark'sComplet. day. In Okeechobee with Mr. -
Only Bar In Town
Mrs. Bryant Bowden.
Dom. Outfitter -
Paul Greenberger has
Cpl. Harry
returned home and Is on terminal
Seward Swain Phone 111 1. B. Cone, Mer. leave until he Is discharged. He has
spent the past eight! months In Pan


-.,!!!!! fJ Leo Greenberger--and son Cpl
Harry Paul GreCnberger: were visitors

Atlantic Service Stat spending Tuesday In Orlando, !
where Mr. Greenberger went on
Paul D. Robbins Owner East Side business '

Wrecker Service
24 Hours a Day Package Store Representative W.:-J. Hendry, Fred
Boromel, Frank Neal and Harold
Stewart, left Wednesday afternoonfor
LEE TIRES Liquor. Wines Cordials
Tallahassee where they went on
business. They expect to return to
TWIN OAKS EAST OKEECB BEE their homes tonight
:, !'LA. J. C. Johnson of Brookvllle arrived
in Okeechobee Sunday night and AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ROLLS HAVE

is sister spending Mrs.. this Douglas week Thompson.here with his He BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1946 TAX
,;:", j'' 111 o. K. GARAGE Is on terminal leave from the army PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE.
: having just returned to the United
';'. HARDEN'S & MACHINE SER. state. after spending a year with
e' Tinker Shop DODGE A PLYMOUTH the American Army In Tokyo.
Sale. A Service A 4 PERCENT

General Repairing DISCOUNT TO DECEMBER 1st 1946 3 PERCENTFOR
Day Ph. 113 Night,Ph.92 or 133 GIFT OF $500,000 FOR LIBRARYThe j ,

:We Try nerd to Pleas Yon- Dunlop Tlrea & Tubes amazing growth of Rollins PAYMENT TO JANUARY 1st, 1947, and 2
"' Gen. Electric Appll.nce. ,
: C College during the 22 year. of
u GIve U. a TrIal 9tovee, Rafrleera&or., Water President Hamilton Holt's administration PERCENT FOR PAYMENT TO FEBRUARY 1st, 1947,
C I "We Service Beatera Them Ali- was again: emphasized last 1 PERCENT DISCOUNT TO MARCH 1st, 1947. PAY.
week by the gift of $500,000 for a

new library. MENTS WILL BE NET IN MARCH, 1947, AND
I \
i !II! It Ie 1 the gift of the Davella Mills I
Foundation of Upper Montclair, N UNPAID TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT '
J. The only condition set by the
I : North Park Gulf Station foundation Is that Rollin. must APRIL 1st, 1947.

complete, by June 1947, It. $575,000
1 That Good Gulf Ga.
Package Store CVIctfory-Expanslon program, which '
GULF PRIDE OIL was started last year to meet the I 1946 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES,
", demands of postwar adjustments."At .
Liquors WIne. Cordials EVERGLADES this throe" Dr. Holt stated, DUE IN OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO

Nut Door All "Rollins College has raised $307,500
,.a; Night HOTEL I
', : Station of the $575,000 and we believe the I WARRANT AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JANUARY .
In The Heart or Town I
I balance of $267,500 will\ be raised
PHONE in Weekly or Daily Rat. 1st, 1947.
the remainder of the
during year.
All CabIn. Are Modern
When Dr. Holt first arrived at

+ -I I -y Rollin., ten buildings were sprawledIn
various states of disrepair along

the shore of Lake Virginia to make \ '
up the campus. When the law library .
a DR. C. R. BIBB See or Phone I I. completed It wll be the BESSIE ALDERMAN .
twenty-first constructed since 1929.
DENTIST I I "The Victory-Expansion program," ':: Tax Collector
Qltrcdlobce; 1'thI Dr Holt said, "is but the first step _

toward. enabling Rollins college to OKEECHOBEE COUNTY FLORIDAHIE
OFFICE HOURS forSA.M.to1P.M play Its destined role In the post ,
war world.Ie .'*

OKEECROBEE, FLORIDA P R I NT I IN G' a musician mad by hla teacher
!He makes himself a musician by

practising what he was taught -
Mary Baker Eddy. I