The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 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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Volume 32-Number. 32 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 27; 1946

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The Fishermen ".'.. .. . .. Asks For Increase

Methodist church was filled to "' Florida Vegetable Pre-Packlng

No Relief In Sight capacity Sunday night when the choir Council was organized recently andwill Rates In PickUpsApplication

resented the cantata "Christmas Inaugurate a research program
Bails.. expected to have revolutionary eficts -

The choir has been giving musical I on the merchandising of veg '
Commercial fishermen who before rograms to raise money for a pipe ;' ; ., ;;: stables: Paul Dickman of Rusklti for an increast In rates

October 1 had always mad their 117- rgan. The organ has been ordersd ) '<'t /.i.i > LeMonte Graw of Orlando,'manager for pickup and delivery tervloa of

tog on Lake Oktechobee, and thai and Is now under construction, to be dic'J . of the Florida Vegetable Committeeand two railroads serving Miami and Fort

families probably fact the gloomiest 'nstallsd early in March and according ; , G. B. Hogan Jacksonville, assist* Lauderdale will be the subject of a

Christmas their hlator). The reason to all reports Is to bt one of the \ t" ant director of State Farmer' Marets public hearing by the Florida Railroad *

can be attributed to ore thing finest In this part of the state The \.' _.P / R. 8. Grant of Dunedin, John I Commission In. Jacksonvlllt" Jan.v.ry .

The State Game and Fresh Water collection Sunda night which went : f. Causey of Miami and A. J. Bus I 17. t.

Fish Commission, through the powers I I Into the organ fund amounted to kirk of Atlanta were named temporary Chairman Eugene S. Matthews ofthe
vested In It by a constitutional .Irj commission announced that the
135348, which leaves a balance of directors.,
amendment can make or break Its only a few hundred dollars to beaised 't \ Florida East Coast and the Seaboard

own laws at will. And that Comrnln.slnn before Installation. ,l/\t. I MRS. ATKINS WRITES Air Line railroads have applied for

saw fit to make a law that the - - \\ Increased rates on pickup and do

taking of bream and perch Is Illegal/: OF HER EXPERIENCESON livery services at Miami and Fort

Of course It has been an act of the Digest of Recent .' TOUR WITH HORSE Lauderdale. The railroads also have
legislature, and not a 5-man commission \ .3. caked that certain lesi-than-carload

to make illegal the catchingof commodity rates between Jacksonville
black bass for the market. This Opinions By The I \.Jj Mr and Mrs. II. L. Elledge are in and Miami Danla and Fort Lauder-

law has been In effect for )'care. ', . ece'pt! of a letter from Mrs. Jtklnson .- B dale be cancelled. Shipping Interests e
\ In which she tells of her
have challenged this and It
But when the Commission request
down the curtain on taking bream rung Attorney General A : experiences while on tour with Mr .lao will be a subject of the hear h
tkinson and tho Okeechoheo bred .
and for the "
perch market mOlt everyone ing.The
horse, Ott, who are on tour headlining commission will In
was of the opinion that seinestraps ', convene
\ the moving picture which Mr
ie Hotel Roosevelt In Jacksonville
and neta could go right on In Business of labor union. ." ; .... tklnson and the home starred In
the catch of catfish. Weeks afterit agents! )'. .... on January 17 at 2 o'clock In the
who act for the union in membership ..} "" t file letter wan written from Atlantic afternoon for this hearing.
learned .
was that seines, nets and matters, work Permits or soliciting I't ; < City N. J.. and tells of the different
traps were taboo for the take of this 4
.' laces have been and the large
or receiving from the employer any .. they
{ .
specie. .
rights for the n-embers must applv rowds that have turned put to see
And yet, It Is doubtful If that efficient for a state license, Attorney General }" '. .f ,, .. he horse perform.She Gay.

body the Commission, has J. Tom Watson ha. ruled In an opin- <. ; says they have visited New

passed Its regulation on to the solicitors Ion to Secretary of State R. A. Gray. --- York, Philadelphia and many other Bonds

of the various counties In the A 1943 Florida statute requires busess !- cities They were In( ,Philadelphia on Approved, By
state. The affected areas are Lake agents to be licensed and labor Jimmy Wakely, famous Monogram entire Southeast, the sensational Dallas Thanksgiving day and took part hthe .

Okeechobee In Southern Florida and nions to make annual reports to the ictures cowboy tinging .tar featured Quadrille featuring nineteen parade where it was estimated

. p Lake George and a certain part of secretary of state. with his band The Saddle Pals, at mounted stars In an exhibition of that over a million peoplo witnessedthe Attorney GeneralAttorney
the St. Johns river In "Crackerland." equestrian perfection.
The attorney general referred to every performance of the Junior parade.
Fact Is, at wt get It, from a con.vereatlon the fact that the Supreme Court of Also feature are hundreds of well

held by Dr. I. N. Kennedy, the United States has modified the Chamber of Commerce Lakeland Rodeo known daring cowgirls and cowboys, COLLEGE STUDENTS General Watson least we..kapproved
f executive secretary of the game and Florida' act to from Lakeland, Fla., Dec 31 through bronc riding, bull dogging, trick rid.
exempt the classIcatlon !
the bonds of both
fresh water fish department in Tallahassee of business Jal\ 4th. In addition to Wakely will ing, to round out two and one half WELCOMED HOME
agent those who Clarence M. Gay and State Senator
b. featured for the first time In the
and W. E. Roebuck Palm hours of thrilling entertainment
represent the members of labor FOR HOLIDAYSOkeechobee
a Edwin G. Fraser, who both claim theState
Beach county solicitor, the laws will! union In activities solely under the comptrollership

come from a Mr. Farr of Punta Gordaan National Labor Relations act. He I b, Earlier thl. month Watson de
has been brightened
1 attorney for the commission. added that all labor organizations Suit On Okeechobee Fishing Ban Has the return of its young people whcre clinOId to approve Gay's bond until

Dr. Kennedy also Indicated In his mint make the report as required by attending colleges! throughout the Supreme Court had declared him
conversation to Mr. Roebuck the law. -
entitled to the office. He said then
the country.
reason for the taboo on Lake Okee Been Declared Out Of Order Charles Cornelius and IIIcKI" tel h. would not approve Frarer's bond
chobee occasioned ,this. Illegal Supreme
w. by Cupid took a beating from Florida Roe who are attending Randolph- either under similar circumstances

commercial fishermen have law when a University of Tampa stu Macon Military school at Front but indicated he would consider approving -
plied their trade in small lakes In dent and 10 old Irish Court Must the sureties if Cay and Fraser
a year girl, Be Filed In Leon Royal, Va, returned home Saturdayand
Central and Northern Florida. When lust arrived In this country, attempt- CountyTallahassee.The will remain until Jan. 6. wanted his signature as a presed*

caught with fish they have claimed ed to get a marriage license from Boys home from the University of ent to court action.

y these cane from Lake Oheechobee County Judge! William C. Brookerof Florida, Gainesville are Frank Reeves Governor Caldwell, hat appointed .

1. Not being arrested In illegal acts Tampa. Judge Brooker wired At. Florida Supreme TWO UNEMPLOYEDFOR Jack Elledge Tommy Evans,,Hayner lay to fill the unexpired term of thelate

there was no way of proving the fish orney General J. Tom Watson to Court ruled this week that an attackon Williams and David Hanerick, A1aulerson J, M. Lee. However Fraser

hy, did not come from Lake Okeechobee find out If he could Issue a license the State Game and Fresh WaterIsh WEEK ENDING from John B. Stetson Unl- claims the office by right of election.

v Herein lies the weak point of the without the consent of the girl's parents Commission's ban on netting In DECEMBER FOURTH ersity, DeLand. The governor holds the senator is In*

Commission's fight against the commercial and wa. told that the law re- Luke Okfechobee could not be 'made Girls who are vacationing fron eligible for the position because he

fishermen on Lake Okeecho quires such consent In written sworn In Dade county. Okeechobee Florida State College for Women. II a member of, the legislature which

bee. That august body Is vested with 'orm before a minor ran be licensed. The court granted the commission compensation county unemployment allahassee are Well Tomlinson, LI1--/ robed the comptroller'. salary, ,
paymentlfor the weekending
the Job of enforcing its Jaw.. By to marry.Tha a writ of prohibition barring Circuit Dec. 14 amtunted to 123 and tnH; Walker, lvJ'I\1weat&.and. ,Peri-" ,\ i' ".
girl according to Judge Brook Judge Ron Williams of the Dada 'J5- *
w f$ tttadfr tcitvro, including Yuan'
we'ter er, has arrived from Irel@b'4or\ the .:rcuit frog crockedftlt with, a.savtrought slid one women, Carl B. Smith oiie chairman Bill Williams, son of )Jr., and Mr.Zibe Beginning e Of New

county, the Commission virtually admits purpose of getting married, but did > by H., G. Stewarlf Enjoin of the Florida Industrial Commission Williams: la home from' school ;0.
that it cannot enforce the law not bringwith her any document the board from enforcing its ban in Sebrlng.

f on the small lakes of the state. So owing consent of the parents. The "Any suit attacking the validity of Throughout reported.the slate he said payments Susan Hancock, daughter of Mrand Year 1 Is Good Time

to Protect itself, the department attorney general Pointed out that the the rule and resolutions suet berought were $69,434 a decline from Mrs. J. T. Hancock is home front

slaps a ban on Lake Okeechobee. law Is very plain In requiring such In the circuit court of Leon the $63,718 paid out during the Jackson high school in acksonville
county, otherwise, such- suits might Lena Watford who Is teaching Check
Then by gum, If anyone has breamor consent. previous week, and were made to Mary Your ScoreThe
perch In his possession why these __ be brought In any of the ceveral Jullal 2,247 men and 1,607 total In Panama City is spending the
circuits of the State of Florida, women, a and Mrs. T, W.
illegal all the state, holidays with Mr. ,
Oo are plain over The fact that funlture dealers, I of 8,754. Persons drawing unemploy
To our of thinking this I. an resulting in various and different Candy,Jr.
way photographers, notaries and others ment compensation and registered for t
holdings, end of old and the
outright admission the Comrnlnloncouldn't elicit business from those who file suitable employment in this county an year
"Our conclusions might be different OF FLA.' beginning .of a new one is a good
of enforcing the EMPLOYEES
do its job applications, for marriage licensei were classified as office clerk and
if It did not from the and set'where
laws.: In a blind effort to help itself may be a matter to be regretted, but appear elephone operator. ( & LIGHT CO. time to check up wt
the Commission bill of complaint In this case that for have come and whether we art headed

to though
It look.
u. as It doesn't change the legal require
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the circuit court to grant the relief Business firms usually .take an
h.. taken on a much larger task ment that such applications must be TO HAVE j
ought the bill It must first find about this time. Farm
by inventory
it clamped downon
than It had mbllc records, Attorney General J. -
that the, rules and resolutions of people might1 well do the lame;
an Indu.try of much magnltud Tom Watson has advised County Employees of Florida Power sit
which the plaintiff complained were Dr. Hugh H. Bennett the great
In Florida Judge W, F, Blanton of Miami. In Light Company have almost unanimously -
made and promulgated without authority apostle of conservation expressedthe
Mind you all of this was done in: the, opinion of the attorney general, Issued accepted the plan for hospital
of law and are void and .ofno thought aptly in the following
s the face of the advice from its own a county judge cannot, under existIng effect." !nation and surgical benefits insur- words
from the I law the right to ace their families, according to :
icythologlst and experts deny anyone net for
the prohibition
In granting writ ,
Welfare Workers "There Is really no such thing as
U. S. Bureau of FI.herle., to say such applications.. announcement by C. H. Parkerson
the court said "it. Is. not necessary.inthis returning to the places and people
nothing of the rtcommendatlons from manager of the company.
case for us to determine the val.
its own appointed committees. The A former justice of the peace who the ,- The cost of the Insurance, which yo\l. remember from your youth
dity of either of said sections" of You
Is experience.
It disquieting
experts In their findings reported to entered military service was entitled commission rules which banned netting Identification cards have' been issued provides $5 a day hospitalization Plur a with
old earth
realize that this
their way of thinking that commercial under the law to a thirty-day full In Lake Okeechobee after Oct. 1. to all State and district welfare certain Incidental. and up to $150 on .

fishing was beneficial to the pay allowance as computed by averagng ( In closing Lake Okeechobee and the board workers aa a protection to recipients surgical benefits for members of the Its endle. changing processes 'fi.are
all transient, visitors and
black bass (the immediate family, Is ; you
propagation of his fees for three prior earsAttorney St. Johns river.to netting, the com of public assistance against mployee's .core"
sportsmans ont big specie). Substantially General J. Tom Watson ha mission contends It Is authorised swindlers E. H. Hunt member of the hared by the company, with the emiloyee begin> to count your
.While It Is good idea, when
this was the report of the. Informed the Sarasota county com under a constitutional amendment to District No. 10 Welfare Board, announced and the company each paying to a whether
taking stock, see we
two committees the Commlslon appointed mlssloners. The attorney general referred regulate all fishing in fresh water. here this week. half of the premium. dur-
to investigate the letup. to a former opinion written I In However, commercial fishermen claim "The District Board has been advised Acceptance by 75 percent of the have made progress financially tm-
the ,It Is much more
before log
Meanwhile at this writing the Commission 1943, In which he held that fee offl the right to net in the lake and river by State Welfare Commissioner eligible employees was necessary to year check on less tangible

has eet no penalty for a violation ears called Into service are entitle because both hate been delared to Leland W Hiatt that persons claimIng the plan could become effective and assets portant also Are our fields, pastures

of Its ruling. There is a gen to thirty-day pay allowance as of the be salt water by special act of the to be representatives of the welfare This goal was quickly reached and woodlands in better shape now
eral law which may cover auch alleged . Hate they may be granted military eglslature. agency have been victimizing while return. are not yet compete, ago bave
whether this Such allowance over 97 percent of those so far reported than they were a year or
violations but leaves of absence. old age assistance recipients, principally them without regardor
statute Is applicable here is a mooted cannot exceed statutory limit, he In all sections of the state," are participating In the plan we despoiled
without makingprovl.lon.
the future and
ARE have
SOME RESIDENTS .themselves
.question among some attorneys of added. Mr. Hunt said "All recipients for The employees
to replenish the things welave
the state. STILL DELINQUENT IN their own protection, should demandto had this Insurance for several yeare.Ita
families taken?
But not being able to hit a tap I In The fact that a person Is a count MONEYSome see the Identification cards of extension to
MAILING IN TB additional benefit offered by Have we been good citizens of the
and If an
11 or 12 weeks has left those 250 commissioner does not prohibit him such persons If approached, Its
more Individuals in the Lake Okee from being employed as a bus drive doubt still exists should consult their the company to help members of community In every sense of the
or relldenb'of Okeechobee organization In times of need according word-lending our time our energies,
chobee region dependent on the Industry for the county schools In the opinion welfare visitor or the
county have had an unanswered letter Under circumstances to Mr. Parkerson. our substance to those things which
to face a dreary Christmas.However of Attorney General J. Tom Watson office. no
countless friend T, J. Swanson, Taylor county attorney I on their desks for six weeks. It should they surrender their assistance build, and refraining from those
to Tiff's wish al had written that one of the Isn't too late to answer it and prompt checks or give money to strang- 173 BLINDS FROM SIX COUNTIES things which tear down? Have wo

"out there"Christmas may we and as Happy you aNew school bus drivers recently has been attention to It will help everyone! elseIn I era" More than half of the Florida given our children the opportunities
Merry a I In nutrition goodhealth
Year. is possible under the cir- elected a member of the Taylor county the county. Hiatt had advised Mr. Hunt laid Council for the Blind's 673 new case they: deserve proper ?
and other
Special, West commission, and asked if that This point was made by Mrs R. B. that in numerous Instances glib Imposters received during the last fiscal year .schools
cum.tnncel.-Sunlhln. chairman of the 1946 Seal Have we aided tho church and other
Meserve, the
constituted holding two offices. The claiming to represent came from six counties: Hillsborough, we'
Palm Beach. sale of the Okeechobee County Tuberculosis assets of the community, or have
attorney general ruled that a bus agency had sought to obtain the as Pinellas, Dade, Palm Beach Orange
driver Is an employee, and not ..n'' Association after checking Distance warrants of recipients, usually 'and Polk according to M, Robert Barnett left that work to others because' we
to tilt 1946 Seal appeal have been! too busy or too indifferent
MR. AND MRS. CONELY I officer as contemplated by the constitution replies promising them a larger amount i executive director of the council sub
whom time and our
to of
and therefore, such a driver against the list of persons the next month or some other alluring to give our

ENTERAINED SUNDAY abel could hold an office without Seale were 'mailed last Nov. 25. benefits The number of these stance

running afoul of the constitution Everyone In, the county benefits fakers ilea Increased, with changed Have we follo'wed the best methods
EVENING A T HOME from the Christmas Seal sale because economic condition., he said TWO NAMES we know In raising crop. and producing
funds raised In the Seal sale support I Twp namea have been mentioned livestock, or have #e been

ANOTHER RECORD BROKENThe a program to combat tuberculosis in AT FAIR recently, as possible canddatel for careless and satisfied with lens than

Mr. and Mrs T. W, Conely,' Jr. en- Pompano State Farmers' Market the county. As more contribute to CUBA TO IIAVE Florida EXHIBITS State Fair will the office of attorney general States our best efforts?

tortalned a snjall group of friends appears to have broken another the Seal sale, the more effective that The 1947 International tone with ai Attorney Grady Burton of Wauchula ,' These and other questions willhelp
Sunday night at their home on Par- will be. J take on an and Tom Ferguson justice o.f the
seasonal record this fall shipping 114 program outstanding exhibit from Cuban and us arrive at our (rut balance,
rott avenue. .. The Christmas 'Seals arrived at a of Miami .. : '
cars of product In a three daw. p possibly other Latin-American countries peace will tell us whether we are pro
birthday greetings busy time, but the holidays are now
Those extending rlod. greasing as we should or Ju.t letting
Mr. and Mrs M over and perhaps U Is a good time to .
to Mr. Conely were .. TRACKS BEING REMOVEDStreet' another year pans because. time Inexorably
0. Kent/' Mr. and Mrs. Pl. D. Boe clean out .desks. Anyone who tomes moves onwards
TO JOIN tracks being removed -
and unanswered Christmas Seat
Harlow Mr across an
mer, Mrs. Frances ,
Mrs V, F. Reeves Laurenea Reeve, Hal Phillips, who served on the letter should remember that It It not H. Perry Palm Beach, chain from Tampa streets by the Tampa Immediately after Pearl Harbor,

Mr. and Mrs A. J. Boettger, Mr. and Washington staff of the late Senator too late to answer It. In answering newspaper owner has accepted appointment Electric Company and will be .hip- President Roosevelt ..Id. "Wt Americana *

Mrs. M. F. Boettger of Redland, Duncan U. Fletcher, Is scheduled to It, he will known that he Is helping!,; by .Governor Caldwell, to ped tq South America along with are" not destroyers, we arebuilder.
Has 1946 this to
Calif., and the Misses Alice Bas.. be executive assistant. to .Senator protect his own health and the health membership on the Everglades National the old street ears which have been ? proven
in out
Alvyna Sweatt and Mollie Boettger. j l Spessard Holland of everyone else In, the county Park C9mmlssion. replaced by U"I. be true cast


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Hand Cement Brisk Maehlnee Make! I
By JAMES KINSEY"A standard bricks af on* time In 40 eeconda.M5 .
. b. Satlirfaction iruarsnteed.
oo f. o.
wonderful party!I" Susan HOWE Bal K MACHINE. Biagtert. N. C.

Blankc'i eyes were shining as she I
spoke. "I can't Imagine your Un '.BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPER.,
cle Will giving a party-and on New TUE WED TN1/ iATTENTION SERVICE STATIONS

Year's Eve at that! This Is one i Lame Fronts-Small Investment. You can
increase your net profits several thousand
puzzle that has me stumped!1" Ring Out the Old, dollars per year by Installing our equip-
Handsome Wilson with ment. Simple to operate. ''rainedPOWER personnel -
Douglass not EI.ctrlo IIr. recapping
uiq nece.aary
whom she was sitting out the dance, Ring In the New i yotw For complete; iRJo : IW

nodded agreement. There was ample
reason for Susan's bewilder P. O. Boa #1111I M..... G..rrl..

ment. Never, until tonight, had his MS Ring out. wild bells to the wild sky, LAWN MOWERS-Dealers warlt.
Uncle Will demonstrated anything' The flying cloud the frosty light I ed In aoutheontern U. S A. lot the KENSINGTON '
marketed for 7
MOWER years
but complete criticism for the The year Is dying In the night protected territory Writ.
Ring out wild bells and let him die. ,i. B.
younger generation. Even the most 3 :Bla DOC MI...
simple pleasures of youth had drawn ,
his frown. But tonight, for no ap- i. 1lwiri NATION'S LONGEST . Can you Ring out the. old, ring in the new, ,Concrete EARN $100 Tile pee Machine day profit Material with and Matter markets -

parent reason, he had performed a top Ally I, Wash Adams 88, Ring happy bells, CONCRETE everywhere MACHINEILY Descrlp literature COMPANY free.

complete about-face and opened J Ilt Whltesbnrg Ky., who has laid .. across the snow; Boa 11411-8 .. .. BI..r. N. G.

his own home to Doug's friends. The tPr afw s f claim to the nation's longest mus The year Is going,

a big, gloomy house, silent for years tache. lie says each mustachio let him go; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

save for the guarded tread of servants -, I 1L measures approximately 10 inches.PERMAN Ring out the false, ELECTRIC MOTOR CoU Winding M.
and ring in the true. chin. with 4 heads coil spr.ader paps
rang tonight with gaiety older tendon block and electric hammer.
laughter! I W : Ring out the Dial -tSi>. ARCHIE MONFOKT.
S\'' grief that saps '1230 10th St. C.lembBi.-aa ,
Returning from the city Uncle 1
+ ., s, es
n s the mind.
Will had brought horns, whistles, MISCELLANEOUS t
.' silly caps and balloons for the party. For those that here we see no
,FILM No limit. Dozen 127, S3.38) 120430.
And most amazing of all, tonight : more; 420. 119-418 $456 Prepaid when cash
his usually grim face was wreathed Ring out the feud of rich and poor. accompanies order., T. HAir YVE.EDEN.
1"I Ring in redress to all mankind. I Dept. A-18, Lnmberlon Ml.. I

Atoml Welghtgalnlni-New Streamlined
Method of fast welghtgalnlntf, ciao reduc
I Ring out a slowly dying cause, ing. No diet or apparatus nee e.. Send $2.
" 1 < A X.rrrr And ancient forms of party strife; ,Ltopa.nl Ones f.O. Be. 123: f.or walk. O.
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Ring in the nobler modes of life, :LAWNMOWER sharpeslsg Mashise R.-'
new edges factory like, Write al. C
tm With sweeter manners, purer laws. : Hardies. 4U8 Cornwall Ssrklsy. MI....

t1Sys' THEME FOR TOURNEY OF ROSES . "Holidays In Flowers" Ring out the want the care the sin i WRITE YOUR NAME

.t LI will be the theme of Pasadena's tournament of roses on New Year's The faithless coldness of the I with ordlna" 'en. In Beautiful GOLDEN:
BRAY LETTERS which look Ilk. expenalvs
Day the committee In charge of the event announced with Pat r times; t Make your Greeting Cards.

t1.AK I Keller four, as "Little Mister 1947." Pat in the traditional scanty Ring out, ring out my mournful 1 Xmas GOLDEN Cards, and RAY personal PROCESS stationery KIT

l garb of the Little New Year turned the pages of a huge flower- rhymes. I Complete with Cola, Silver Copper

bedecked calendar to point out the many holidays celebrated In this But ring the fuller minstrel In. Metalll. SI N.1Io.t"alel.C. O. D.Agent. wasted.

I country. Rose bowl game will be the feature of the tournament.STALLION TROY T. DAVISP.

O. Bas t. Bronewlck. Ga.
Ring out false pride in place and

", : 'American soldier left Is shown The civic slander and the spite; I
'W. Q explaining duties to a German Ring In the love of truth and right. FREE course In R..om.Sunny Board Florida School for a or young Business farm

,,L 'wr guard at Darmstadt displaced per Ring In the common love of good. I' : .11 to 15 In who evening will assist If Interested mother. write with

st1lrALIAE sons camp. Administration of the i MRS. SMITH
,... 1..o."UI. 4. FU.
IUS 51. Joba's A
D. P. camps now las been assumed Ring out old shapes of foul disease;

I ,': by the Germans In new-. Ring out the narrowing lust of SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.
type uniforms. gold;
PLANTS. Steele's Mastodon
rWI Ring out the thousand wars of old Jumbos. 5-Inch blooms, gorgeous colors.
in the thousand of Now time to plant. Selected plants 60 for
In smiles. He seemed to be enjoying Ring years peace.Ring 12. 100 for 13 150, Dootpald. WARD'I PAN.
Jtaal. Ma G.....
the evening like a schoolboy."It's .
the most puzzling thing!" in the valiant man and free

Susan The larger heart the kindlier
U. S. Savings Bonds
smiled as Doug pressed her
hand, remembering suddenly how ,f .tee Ring out the darkness of the land

much she loved him, yet how difficult Ring In the Christ that Is to be.

Uncle Will had made their re 4 xrl'AlllC -Lord Tennyson. SORE THROAT f

lationship. Doug had lived there In NAMPif Nya

the big house since his parents died..I 6 ;. ra .'leuft'i Modem.typeMr!

Now grown up he was managingthe J tATMt1i1 ,, Also Sent medicated vapors III* COLDS
estate. #, WF4Eent6 Pagans start at once to re-UI
I lieve sore throat, quiet cough-
"Uncle Will 'Just began making help
Year's CardsHere
s FRU1. Ing of colds. Try placing a little
preparations tor the party when he
i PENETRO the .
t+eglltg j.NS PEp on tongue.PENETROSRUB
came back from New York" Doug I eT
said. "But he hasn't told me a In America the popular and

word. Ym e.i much in the .dark. ; as evergrowing custom of exchanging .
,you. Suet" i CALIFORNIA Shown" this ff New Year's greeting cards Is of .
,. II"'r TOR I . In itt ItA 1rs +, \- w
They were silent a moment. "I'm fairly recent origin, but actually the
aboard the which him
SS Highflyer brought from Genoa Italy,
\ afraid that tomorrow he'll turn back New Year's card antedates the ?
Is the famous Italian sire, "Ortello., The horse Is en route to MaJ, Z1kys
Into Uncle Grouch," he continued. more familiar Christmas card by
{ Richard Hamilton Vallejo CaUf. Purchase price was $90,000. OrtelloIs fit MUSI Hill III Mill I*
"I Just can't remember Uncle Will hundred
shown on arrival at New Orleans with James D. Sinnott and several years. RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
ever smiling before . But let's
Rlha Tone Bohemian trainer, who traveled across the Atlantic with 4-H HEALTH WINNERS .. . With Christmas our greatest national
talk about you. Darling, I don'tcare most of inclined
the valuable sire.ROCKETPROPELLED. holiday us are
Named national health winners at
If he Is opposed to young people
to think of New Year's
. .. 4-H as
the 25th club congress were,
getting married. I'm going to > .w"' : T1?:r : : f: ) left to right: Nancy Jean Davis sort of happy afterthought. The factIs
tell him the truth I
tomorrow don'tcare I ;<.",' ; $ m.jt it is one of the oldest of festivals
17 Okl Lou
tt :" = Mary
| ., back to times. In certain
ITt1 dating pagan
/ Jacocks, 18, La. RobertJ. l
1o1'hg ( Zachary, ;
"So you don't care, eh? Uncle I ,
$ where
| countries of
Will was suddenly standing beside | : : r, f. : (.;< : Hartkopf 14, Appleton, Wis., Europe
Christmas is observed as a purely
them, his expression threatening | ::': ; '''}> \ :< :'-'. .. : -.. \: "' :
"You're willing to defy me?" In '," ,'fl?...," "' .." ,",-I"" ..J-"'.... .:J. .. .,'-..< 1', '.... the form of a real feast day and its *IIITIIIl III Mil IIIIIIIIII
"."' ( #Ii' '" iuHnnitiirinI
IN p ill sIsl nil iimimt
the shadows
they were unable to :
""< : : :; celebration is marked by rejoicingand
i. 1.'n.-.t'1"; '
the t y "I null! II,I... MIIIIHIUl 4. neon
see twinkling in his ; '
eyes. 2". .' the exchange of gifts and greet-

do"Well," Doug It's answered the only hotly.thing we"Youyou're can- i L; ::: '> t : t : : ;: ,, J: : ,. ,. ings.The

earliest known New Year's"greetings"
so hard about everything, we -
were medals marked STRAINS SORENESS
have to defy since It > 4'
you, you put ,
Se with good wishes which date backto

that way 'T-- i the reign of the Roman Emperor CUTS BURNS
"You don't have to, son! Uncle ,

Will had come closer and placed an
around A favorite household antiseptic dressing
arm each of their shoulders.
and liniment for 98 years-Hanford'.
"You can marry Susan just as soon 'P7 BALSAM OF MYRRHI It contains
as you want to-" soothing gums relieve the soreness and
ach. of overused and strslnsd muscles.Tskes .
"But, we don't understand," Doug
ths sting and Itch out of burns,
gasped. "Why, only a week ago you scalds, insect bites, oak and Ivy potion
said-" log wind sod sun bum chains and

"I said those things deliberately, chapped skin. Its antiseptic action less
sea the danger of Infection whenever the
children Uncle Will
skin Is cut or broken.
"You see, there's something I Keep a bottle handy for the minor
haven't been able to tell you until casualties of kitchen and nunery. At
your druggist-try1 sue bottle 35ej
tonight, Doug. When your father household: sue esti 1 economy sue $1.25.

died, making me your guardian, a a HANFORD MFC. CO. SY'UUl'No
he stipulated that you were to Inherit Sato makers at

his estate only if you remained ..

single until January 1 this coming

year-that Is, until midnight tonight.At Rit/eV/ >t YsAa i{two rt44xa Balsa"", rrh
the same time for some pecu PLANE PROVES SUCCESS . Army air t t "K ?1M
liar reason, he' stipulated that you forces has announced successful completion of the Bell XS-I, rocket- a d y

weren't to be told about this provision propelled airplane. Designed to fly at a top speed of 1,700 m.p.h. CLASSROOM ON THE AIR . A

-so if I'd let you get married at an altitude of 80,000 feet, It was Intended as a piloted flying Denver teacher, Mrs Ruth Evans,
research laboratory, sole function of which will be recording of data faces the the
sooner, you'd have lost everything microphone as public Commodus (180.192). And while
It was a strange provision that he on the effect of transonic and supersonic speeds on an aircraft. school "classrooms of the air" get New Year's cards long have been a Starts Relief in 6 Seconds

made in his will," he concluded This data will be used In development of faster and safer planes. under way In Denver tradition in China where the tech from All 6 usual ts.1'i.,;

"But It's worked out satisfactor nique of printing was' invented the \
ily. . first European New Year's card we c1d4fS

Doug was gasping. "And that's have record of is of German origin

why you've been so opposed to my ')I.,. dating back to the 1430s. It '1."TABLITS COLD PRIPAKATION I.
marrying Sue?" he asked. depicts the Christ Child and a chest ( OR LIQUID

"That's right, Doug," he nodded. ';i. overflowing with good wishes. Another Counom Take only m chrtctee1

"!9ve wanted so badly to tell you ,4 s card- of the same period hasa

these past few months, but you see, : treasure ship as its central design. WNU-7 51-46When

I couldn't-until tonight! ; Our present-day New Year's cards

He pulled himself loose from their have an impressive history behind

grasp. "Come along, you youngsters Ac b them. With their festive confetti. Your

!" he shouted gayly "I've colors and "Baby New Year" "Fa Back Hurts-

thought of something to climax this ther Time," bells and balloons, they

party It's lust two minutes to mid serve as' messages of the good will And Your Strength and

night and I'm going to announce we feel toward our friends and Energy Is Below ParA
your engagement! Happy New and of
neighbors our hope for "A
may be caused by dliorder of Mil
Year! Prosperous and Happy New Year! .." unction that permits poisonous
waits to ecumulata.. For truly many
people feel th'ocI. weak sad miserable
Japan Celebrates NewYeai Wb'D the kidneys fall to remove same
New Year Antedates adds and other waste) matter from the
s Fourteen DaysAt Birth of Yon may suffer miring bsekaehe,
ChristThe '
rheumitie p.ID" headaches, dlulo_ .
least 14 days are needed In celebration of New Years on getting Sometimes op frequent nights, leg pains, swelling.

Japan to celebrate the coming of January 1 began in 452 B. C., and dos with smarting and andlcinty burning artna-.Is soether

the new year. During the festival therefore, contrary to logical reason. tbs kidneys sign that or bladder.something 'Is wrong with

streets are made lively by stilt big, had nothing whatsoever to do There should be no doubt that prompt
walking, top-spinning or ball-playing. treatment Is wiser thin neglect TJss
CIVILIAN ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL COMMISSION MEETS . ATOMIC RAY SUIT . Miss Dor. with the birth of Christ Corn's: Pill. It Is "better to rely oa amedicine
While the youths are enjoying' the Members of the all-civilian domestic atomic control commission left Othy L. Burns 20, Bloomfield N. After December 23 had been that his won countrywide ap
outdoor sports the older proval thin on somsthlng less favorably
people to right: William W. Waymack, Des Moines Iowa; Chairman DavidE. J., who filed salt In Newark federal established as the day of nativity 11II0..... Doa,,'.have been tried end teesd -
write New Year's poems or play Llllentbal Washington, D. C.I Lewis L. Strauss New York City court for $200,000>> charging the ,church made January 1 a religious Get msny Dons]-.r,. Are. al all drag stores.
games. After two weeks of revelrythe s todiy.DOAN'SPlLLS
Stunner T. Pike, Lnbec, Maine) and Robert F, Bacher, Ithaca N. Y., exposure: to uranium caused seriously festival honoring the circumcision
celebration.burning of decorations end the shown as they met to work In collaboration with the United Nations Impaired health She Is suing of Jesus; the day being thus

atomlo commission on international phases of atomic ,energy a Bloomfield laboratory. observed in the church.


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.1J (" Romantic'Kittens to Get sweeter tastier bread!

e'i t -'III 2ir7',., iw4GERALDBROWN Brighten q TWO'o Tea Towels use FLEISCHMANN'S

'::7'" -' FRESH
u .t
Duke McCUe private detective, li levy in a manner that Insured the lalncourt was her own chee-ild to :? r
guarding tile wedding presents at tII.Blelow detective of every detail hear her rave" '

with wealthy maoiloa.old Miss While Adelaide ht li Bit Ulkinf(low, "You think then," the'lieutenant "To 'get on with it the Garbolsh uv ,4ff1

they hear a shot A moment later, Curt queried when at last McCale was Karen is quite another ticket. Aimaikllke
ValUlnconrt tile bridefroom-te-b, dill silent "that there was an old affair and cold as the Snow
la the front lIaU.a,. McCal illpf away between them? Something in Queen. Concerned, but unruffled, If '1 DO' ST
before the police arrive, and hurries to your telling it makes me feel you you know what I mean. She turneda
Vallalncourt'i apartment to search It for are convinced I that It..was not too shade whiter if that's
duet. There he meets Snarl Lynn, a possible
flaring up again but I got the distinct Impressionshe'd
Infer, and former wife of Vallalneonrt. '
She apparent know of the shooting, a long time. ,only walk around the corpse
and betrays herself tinder McCale'f McCale 'nodded. He closed his and go on her way A bit too controlled

.clever queitlonlnf. Be notes that shewears eyes a moment,. then opened one, .
a trees dress ai did the woman ai if the other still shuttered an Victoria was next.. She blew in'' ,.i, ,'
be law running away from the icene.Sharl Inner thought "I'm sure of It," with a book under her Had
admits Out the was nearby. when he said., "I'm sore you'll find that been browsing around arm.
Vallalnconrl was ihot.CHAPTER. Public ,
they may even have been man and Library-walked home." r'
wife at one time-that they have I
IX never been out of touch with each pursed his lips. "I Imagine FULL-STRENGTH I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast starts

olber,tor long." inappropriate she screamed remark once and, made had an working right away I All the strength of the yeast bringsout

"H was a long way ahead of Donlevy digested this. "Then?" long hooker of whisky on It" a 5095'TpHIS all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of
me. There was another dame coming "Oh sure. Lynn was back thereafter J
up over the Hill road that meets any letters of hers that Val- "You are very adroit. sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness every time

the path he was on at the gate by lalhcourt may have kept. I don't "I've an unusual mind I guess,'* amusing romance of two IF YOU BAKE AT HOME insist
said onFleischrnann's
the Bigelow house." think there were any there, how McCale facetiously. "What kittens will provide gay laughter
crack did she at kitchen The full-strength, fresh active
"You're lure of that Mils Lynn? I ever. There wasn't even a stray make? a shower. six-
."She looked inch kittens are embroidered on aset Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable
Remember, you may be making a phone number chalked on the bathroom down at the corpse
dangerous accusation." wall If you get what I mean." in a kind of mixture of fright and of tea towels in bright colors -America's favorite yeast

Raelared up In her. She "Quite. It was exactly as if the sheer excitement and said, 'Then in outline and I darning e e stitch. for over 70 years.qu44'rvrce.

I jumped up."Dangerous. place had been cleaned of everything someone did have the nerve'." To 'obtain 6 transfer patterns color
accusation," she by the boy himself. Kind of McCale whistled* chart for embroidering the Kitten Romance
Towels (Pattern No. 9003)) tend 20
screamed "I should say it was. disappointing what? Because from' Donlevy turned a page. "Chris cent In coin Your name address and
She killed him that little blue- everything we know, it doesn't topher Storm-the guy that didn't pattern number. !

blood. Killed him. I tell you I saw seem as though that kind of gent get the girl-or almost didn't SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK ;l r'
her. He's dead. Dead!" would ever destroy a compromising what? He probably will now. He 130 South wells St. Cblcafo 7, 111.
He crossed to her quickly, shaking missive of any kind whatever." swears that he was walking back Enclose 20 cents for Pattern t .
her by the shoulders. and forth along the lower Common No -
''Take It easy "You're In a spot path, hoping to Intercept Veronicaon Nam.Addres- A Good Return on Your Money When You

yourself. Whoever it was that met yI"I her way home if she should
..Vallaincourt at that gate had on come that way. She didn't show Buy U. S Savings Bonds!

a green suit or dress." so he came on up to the house. ...
Angrily she brushed his hands There's a funny thing, Duke them --
from her arms faced him. all breaking up in onesies after the
"I know that. She had on a green wedding rehearsaL Oh, well. We E I' pGOT YOUR ?
suit. I saw it But I was a long come now to Veronica, the bride. L uA WHYPAYMQ'ElQ! COLD

way off, I tell you. You're not getting l "Veronica drove up in a cab-the
me for this Just because I'm last to arrive. She was strangely
wearing this /green thing. I wouldn't excited, I thought She'd been doing TIGHT ACHING
have killed Curt God I loved him.I some last minute shopping, saw It What shall I t>uy tor him this MUSCLES ARE MSPEClALTyl /
loved him." was getting late and /got a cab at Christmas? If he's a cigarette / 1
Her body tagged'away from him. 1I the corner of Boylston and Tre- smoker select a carton of 200(

Her voice was low and harsh was a n mont." He hesitated. ". . she mild choice cigarettes. The
cry of despair, as though/ her throat laid." He let his last two words brand? Give him a cigarette with
were all burned out. hang in the air. long, popular acceptance-Camels.

McCale left Shari Lynn slumpedon A devastating conversational They're sure to please. And for

the couch. He knew it was useless abyss yawned, for McCale made no the man who smokes a pipe give
to talk to her any more. reply.. Minutes ticked away. When : the world's Albert Smoking .Tobacco,
She wouldn't be of any. help. he did speak, it was quietly largest-selling pipe
Special holiday gift wrappings -
He went quickly through an ornate "She is the
I obvious suspect, of make both Camels and
bedroom which had a fabulous course Bart The accusation of Prince Albert particularly desirable
connecting bath of chromium and Shari Lynn; the fact that both Miss choices. Camels are con
glass. There were two closets of Bigelow and' I saw a girl in green veniently packed-ten packages of

expensive linen and haberdashery.He running away from the scene directly flavorful mellow cigarettes to a .Poor little chest muscles all sore and
had never seen so many shirts after the murder., Too bad carton , Prince Albert is hand "achey" from bard coughing? Quick,
ties shoes, locks and collars out she should have picked the comer of somely wrapped in one pound MENTHOLATUM Mentholatum. Rub it on back, chest,
side a department store. And he Boylston and Tremont street to ,ether moisture-proof containers. All of'' neck. Your child will lib that warm

went through I everything. cab. There are very few shops the packages include space for a / gently stimulating action. Helps lessen I
But there wasn't a single thingto there and, as you have noted the holiday message. Your nearest congestion without irritating child's t
give him a lead, to use as evidences path running from the gate oppo- I dealer is featuring these\ choice q delicate normal skin. At same time) .: '
-not a letter, 'receipt, a "Take It easy You're In a spot site the Bigelow house, over the hill Christmas gifts now.-Adv. s Io a. comforting vapors. lemon coughing. i J t.
bill-not even a stray address ,The yourself.." by the cannon, ends at. .that precisepoint J ; ',.:{)rr, ,.
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murdered man had played it pretty F I .
mart and close to the ground. i "True. There is the possibility ofa "Hardly coincidence."
a Disgruntled, he went back Into I safe deposit box at some bank." McCale shrugged. "What about
the living room, and out the front I "That's been checked. He had a the weapon?" Was Your Home @afID this Morning ? ,

door. small balance at a downtown bank, : "She must have thrown it away.'" -a* Tlr W te te
It was nine-fifteen when the buzzer but no box of any kind." "Then the area in which to search p CZ 9

in McCale's outer office an. McCale hunched himself over his for it is small A woman cannot

nounced a late caller McCale glass for a minute musing."It throw too ,far" if You Heat

laughed "How are you, Bart?" becomes very confusing, then. "I know that. A thwarted look ,
For he must have got rid of everything
came over Donlevy's face.
Donlevy Trades last night or today. Before"he "We've had a special craggy squad hunting with a Genuine.Available
stared unwtnklngly at the rim
it for three hours So far, nota .
Some Knowledge"Ready of his glass-"just before he wentto _
sign of it. We've actually used
to take you over the his death. floodlights and turned up every fallen
hurdles for sneaking out on me this A long minute went by, while the leaf, emptied every. ash barrel in
afternoon." Donlevy's smile belled fire crackled merrily In the grate- the park with no luck."
his growl. while each one of the three thoughthis /

McCale smiled back at him own thoughts about this conjec Where Is the
steadily He liked the man. He ture. It was Donlevy who finally Zfe 4ma eeM t
had the look of careful groomingnot shrugged it away with a sour look. Murder Gun?
often associated with the police. Duke McCale paused in front of
"That, then, for the moment, is
You would place him at about forty the big man, Donlevy The gray- that.". .

; a large man, bulking powerfuland haired police Inspector looked up Funny but McCale's
mind seemed
tall against the heavy door. He at him and said "I suppose in return relieved.
was of the new school of officers so for your information you wantto
widely heralded but often ridiculed be brought up to date." The case was dropped momentarily NOW
at Local Dealers!
college.bred, scientifically trained "That's only fair," McCale while they talked of pleasanter .
and carefully chosen. smiled. thlngj. It was nearly twelve

"I'm not really sore," he began. Donlevy had never once let him when Donlevy stood up to '0.
"I only wondered why you took a down in a matter of this kind, "I rather thought he said at No more daily fires to build

powder when you and Adelaide though he covered it always withan the door, "that you were retainedby
Bigelow were practically the only air of assumed ill grace. the old lady Bigelow to get at ' No more waking up "
witnesses to this ghastly busi the truth. Now, I'm sure you're
ness. It dawned on me very soon Suspicion Settles hired to protect the girl." He triedto t != in an "ice-cold" house

when I found no keys on the punt over with a slow smile. ;
corpse that you'd gone to Vallain- On Veronica"Here "Nothing of the sort has been rr'yf4 Your Home is WARM every MORNING

court's apartment to steal a marchon It is, then, for what It's suggested to me, I can assure you." '
withaWARM MORNING Coal HeaterA
me. Was that nice?" He raisedan worth," he said. "There was, In McCale returned his smile sardoni -
eyebrow facetiously."Not the Bigelow house at the time of cally. "That's the truth..'
besides "Okay. I have WARM MORNING heats all day and all I l
nice, but from the murder, Aldelaide Bige my duty to do
necessary low and the know." night in coldest weather without refueling... f
my point of view. I've got second yourself, cook, an upstairs you ,
look before-after your squad has maid, and the butler King "I'd find the weapon first" 48 to 72 hours in mild weather. You need ,
The cook was preparing dinner. "Oh We'll fire but once a I Y i
fine-toothed a place-and there's sure sure find It start a year ;9

never been a hairpin left for us fel The maid, Kitty Shane, was hangIng The echo of Barton Donlevy's Requires no special diet. Holds 100 Ibs. '

lows." _, around the No kitchen. They'reout footsteps had hardly died on the coal. Burns cheapest fuel... any kind of coal, .tv'
"What exactly did you find from motive no op- stairs when McCale, standing before wood. '
portunity. King was fixing a trayof coke, briquets or
being drat this time? the dying fire spoke."I .
"Nary a clue. The place was as hors d'oeuvres for the usual held out on the torn bit of let- a Radiates an abundance of heat, sufficient for
clean as a bode Beyond gettinga cocktail hour. He's out for the same ter." the average home. Low in cost and ,costs

good idea of what the lad who reason. None of them saw or hearda "So I see, chief. You don't think much less to operate. -
lived there was like, there wasn'ta thing until the prolonged ringingof
the girl in the
green was Veronica
false whisker for my trouble." the belL" dame, then?" .. Now is the time to change to safe, health-
"The setup be had was quite revealing "About five minutes after the "Maybe." 1 ful, ecoaomical heat.

wasn't it? Pure Hollywood cruising car got there I arrived. It There was a silence for a minute T -
-half DfeMille, half Dorothy Draper. was then about twenty minutes
then Rocky said "They have
Sold by all leading Hardware, Fur-
since Vallalncourt had been
Very suggestive. Is that all shot not found the rod." _
you have found?" Shortly after that the family began McCale's niture, Lumber, Coal and Appliance .ti
.'1 found a woman." I to wander In and I questioned "No. eyes lighted up stores. See favorite dealer today.
felt it them In the order of their appear as he looked quizzically; at his your
never accomplished
anything to hold out on Don- ance. Sybil and Stephen, her son, friend and employee. He smiled as eon Sao-v a. r.r re.t tae art=
levy. It only promoted misunderstanding came in together. She said she had though he knew what. Rocky was .u..P.t U/tgl.0et.H.me B.e.I.Li.a. ATTENTION I OWNERS OF MODELS

and ill feeling. It was walked from the church across the thinking. 520 & 120
much better to get the evidence Gardens, stopping at Shsckley's "Didn't you say the gal who ran L 'lH4tde
first That was all. drugstore for cigarettes. She had away stopped a minute to look back Get a new Warm Morning AUTOMATIC
chatted a few minutes with the when she got to the cannon on the DRAFT REGULATOR..automatically adjusts -
1 He watched the quick Interest clerk, whom she knew. She met hill?" t!! .J/_ drift..keeps beater burning at the la !
flash across Donlevy's' eyes before she out of the , ;;;lee rate you desire. Provides greater comfort
Stephen as came "Yes.
be controlled it before he said casu convenience and economy. Saves s lot of
; ally "I would call that a clue, I' store. He had been wandering along "Well, chief," he Jumped up, """'J.I.l ,. l fueL Easy to attach Get one today only g;:a,
I Charles street just killing time he "you've been waiting to see if I'd """ "' U cei e $'.S'. Saves its cost In a hurry.
Duke. said. Likes to walk In the rain- ''V
"Well he questioned. think of It Of course I have. Afterall J"
"Shari Lynn the chanteuse at that sort of thing. I've heard you tell it three LOCKE STOVE COMPANY, 114 West 11th St., Kansas City 6, Mo.
present of the Latin Quarter and "There's a jangled! lad for you" times That gun ought to be in the (46-M
McCale waggled a finger. "Neu of that "
belly cannon. .
The Abbey. ,
'Umm-I've heard of her." rotic. Worried about his wife. Was They left the office in a mad rush.A .

McCale went on, then, to tell of probably out hunting" her up wherever cab deposited them In rapid timeat UJnnm ITlonninG OutuM4tt CMC*

fall encounter with the night club she was. the Common entrance. It was
linger. He told it all, what she had "Sybil is no calm strong pioneer late and any police who had keen '
laid how she had looked, bringing woman either. Collapsed like a bal searching for the gun were lODe. More Than a MILLION I in Use Throughout 1 t the Nation !
the complete picture before Don- loon at the news. You'd think Val (TO BE CONTINUED

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Well So What? fldence In the future of our business 1 Ito prevent outside agitators: Com '
@lteedtobcc Ncu is enterprise..." i munlsts, CIO-PAC and others from

I Some folks around these parts are The backbone of American Industry Infiltrating Into the party and destroying the.
Published-- the I screaming like panthers because theydon't Is the man with some money to Invest .. it. Announcing Openingof
Friday by
who i Is willing to take a chanceon would
think the winter crowd it what "Your third objection Is, it
Ckeechobe News Co., at Okeechob..e"Okeechobee
It should be. One thing they attribute American enterprise, American remove all governmental sanctions
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County, Florida. I II t It to Is high rents There U labor, American productive genius against fraud and dishonesty. 1
-I, more than that back of It, but this It Out of that spirit comes our world : New Service Store
"Fraud and dishonesty have always our
BRYANT BOWDEN . . . . .Editor economic preeminence. The Investor, '
true. The word has gone down the been reprehensible In the minds of''
!!|I line In the North that Florida I U really earning his two cents on the dollar, decent people. The doors of the '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tourists and winter Is worthy of his hire. x
taking the
i." courts to prevent fraud or ,
One Year In advance .. .. .. ..S3.00 residents like Grant took Richmond. are open
whether condemned by
Six Months In advance .... ... ICO I. Be that a* It may there la one thing What the People Have statutory dishonesty laws or not. My proposal'' January 1947

Three Months In advance . .. 1.00 I about It. Some local landlords who GivenIn would Include the most stringent ,
have been holding out for fabulous '
i I laws against fraud and dishonesty In
Entered as second class matter July : rentals are going to wake up In the a recent editorial, the Portland conducting the affairs or electionsIn I
1, 1914 at the Post Office In Okee middle of with headache.
February a
association whether
Oregonian drove straight to the heartof voluntary I
chobee Florida, under Act of March The cause will be from lack of ten. when our new building on North Park Street will
the coal labor problem when It Negro, Communist Republican or
8, 1879. I ants who are not haywire) enough to said! Democratic I be completed.If .
be soaked to the hilt-Tiffs Sunshine
"The labor bosses forget that what
West Palm Buch.I "Considering the fact that churches,
the people have given they may also clubs and fraternal organisations
The Role of the Merchant
I take away. The 'rights' to organise conduct their affairs without fraud you are in need of Radios, Batteries, Auto-
The above editorial shows what the In unions, to bargain collectively, tostrike It strange to
Authorities on retailing have observed and dishonesty, stems mobile AcceuoriM of all kind and FIRESTONE
of town do t .
people any city or can and picket, have been confirmed assume that the Democratic party
that a very oonildlrablt ng its growth when a few money reedy by law They are Inherently could not do 10. If wt Ire 10 low In TIRES AND TUBES before our official openingon

mint of the American population has 1 landlords decide to take advantage Just, for they represent the freedom morality that we cannot conduct cut JANUARY FIRST ... or call us at home as
little understanding of what, retail of shortage of housing and boost the of action to which an Individual It affaire without fraud and dishonesty,
merchants have done to limit price price of rents to the place where they entitled. But In their group appll wo do not deserve to exist as a party, we now have a large stock. on hand at the lowest
are considered unreasonable cation, such rights are subject to It Is absurd to think that the passing price in Okeechobee
Increases and have I
a misconceptionof
Some of these landlords In Okee- limitation and restraint. of new laws or the retention of present
what retail merchant, have doneto chobee should stop and take stock of "The government, by successive laws can prevent that. Dishonestmen

limit price Increases-and have a what Is certainly going to happen to grants of power to the organizers of In Politics, in business or any
misconception of the merchant's roleIn ; them unless rents are adjusted on a labor, has Itself become the victimof other walk of life will continue to be Boromei BrothersGeno
the distribution machine. The : fairer basis Some of us Who were the abuse of this power. This dishonest regardless of statutory
In Okeechobee during the peak years feeble attempt to reassert Its legal enactments. Laws do not stop murder .
-. fact that such activities as "buyers' of 1925 and 1926 well remember the authority, after a series of abject but they curb It.

strikes" *". usually directed at the Inflated rents that helped to start, retreats, Is nauseating. The govern "The objections you make to the Boromei John Boromei

merchant, is one proof of this. things on the down grade. 'ment which took the mines away plan are easy to make but are not
The attitude of merchants towardthe We are not 10 sure that this has from their owners so that Mr. Lewis' Justified by the facts, by past historyor I Proprietors
not already happened again. demands would be met. less than six the Inherent honestly of the white -
public was well demonstrated in
months ago, has proved Itself Incompetent people of Florida. The real questions ,
the early days of the
war, before .
and powerless. Who may talk are Shall we permit these --- - --
Stores Ironclad OPA controls were Imposed For Two, Cents of nationalization of the coal minesas outside agitators to come Into our
were simply requested to hold
a remedy after this demonstration on racial
midst, appeal to our Negroes
the line In
price of
spite shortages The American Investor, who pro. ? prejudice, to register .. Demo-
increasing demand
and the declineIn
vldes the tools that make possible all "The government had best get out crats and vote as Democrats when
competitive measures. The production and employment In this of the mining business as fast .as it they are not Democrats. Such practice
vast of
majority stores, chain BERRYFUNERAL
and Independent
country, works for a modest wage can, and set Itself the task of devising will bring about the destruction "
boosts alike limited, complied, and price *i That Is the story told In a recent advertisement laws with teeth In them to of the party. So far as I am concerned
minimum.were to the absolute by the New York Stock guarantee the responsibility of workers no price I Is too great to pay to

Exchange. and their leaders commensuratewith preserve our birthright, and the
Since the virtual demise of OPA
the stores have been In an exceeding. 'For two cents,' the advertisementreads the responsibility of employers Ideals, principles and traditions we

ly difficult position Heavy and Inevitable '. . I'd Invest my surplus ." learned around our mother's knee.-
price increases funds In securities. . and share In Elsewhere the Oregonian observe O. K. John. I dood It.-I may not ,
occurred In
most manufactured and the ownership, the risks and the rewards that one effect of prolonged Interruptions agree with what you saly but I defend
products-the result of higher agricultural, of American industry: In coal production will be to your right to say It. HOME ,
wages force to turn to other formsof
material costs, etc. The merchanthas "This may not be precisely what users
the Investor says, or even think. energy-thus gradually reducing
had. no choice-he has to raise the demand for coal and the jobs the HIGHLANDS TO HAVE EXHIBIT
but It I. what he does I
his prices if he I Is to survive But it
industry provides. The attitude of
should be known that most stores "For slightly less than two cents County Commiesioncrs of Highlands
the mine union's leadership spellsruin
have voluntarily adopted the policyof out of the corporate Income dollar and despair for the worker-as county have authorized L. H Licensed Funeral Director
limiting these Increases muchas (U. S. Department of Commerce figures It spells depression and Industrial Alsmeyer to prepare an attractive
possible. In many cases they have for 1945), the American Investor stagnation for the nation. Labor exhibit for the Florida State Fair In

reduced their narrow margin of pro. provides Industry with the funds must learn that no man and no groupof Tampa. Highlands has always been
fit in order to the needed to create jobs and produce display
protect con.um.er'a represented with an outstanding
men, Is greater than the peol'le of
dollar, to the beat of their abil- goods the United States. of Its products. AMBULANCE SERVICEPahokee
ity.The "The ability of Industry to obtain
store, like any business, can funds on such a basis Is a striking TRANSPORT PLANE SERVICEA
not escape the economic conditionsof Indication of our people's faith In Too Late .Classify .

the times. business efficiency. . of their con. By RUSSELL KAY transport plane service will be
inaugurated soon between Fort Lau-
derdale and the Bahamas. Negotiations Phone 2301Belle Glade Phone 247
My good friend Senator Mathews are being completed with the
of Jacksonville replies to my recent Navy for use of Forman Field near
column with a lengthy statement of Davie as a. terminus for the line.
---j his position which he asks that Ire.
__ _
1 lease but says he "knows I won't. n

You"re wrong again senator I
am glad to, although in order 'to
meet space requirements I'll have to ---- ... _. ..

0- edit your manuscript a bit, but I will
earnestly try to Include the meat of
It and leave It to your judgment
"" whether I have teen fair In the handling .
r- N ,-

, The Senator sayst "Your columr

commenting on mv suggestion thaI
the primaries be divorced from state .

control and state financing, offers
three objections which I shall en
deavour to answer for I feel that an
open frank discussion of public
questions Is Important and that If
the public Is honestly given conflicting .
opinions they will arrive at the
truth and do the right thing.

(A 16x48 Is Shown RoErected Above) "It Is natural for those willing for
the Negroes, led, controlled and di
rected by outside agitators .to havea
hand In choosing the candidates for
PREFABRICATED HUTMENTS whom they will vote In the general'

flections, to find fault with the effort .
e. to abolish the laws which give .r
Delivered to your lot in Okee the Negroes that privilege. It would

$275 chobee area. You unload. $52Joad. 5 seem logical: that anyone who object
Takes about 1 hour time. Truck to the Negroes having this privilege
.: Four 16's or two 48's and who sees, or thinks he sees objections

(18'xie1) or two 16'i and one 48. Mall (18'x48') to the plan for retaining
check now, delivery In 10 days. white primaries, would offer a better
plan. For my part, I am opposed to

These are gov't. hutments, all wood construction the Negroes determining, either by a
majority or by balance of
pine floors, novelty pine siding, 90-lb. who my general election candidate

roll roofing, windows, doors and screens. will be.
"It Is easy to say, that Negroes
They make excellent tourist cabins, cottages, will not take part In state-controlled :

tenant houses, farm buildings, or storage primary election. They did so, and
voted unit and directed In the
as a as
room. You can re-erect these in a short timeas first primary In which they had t\e

they are delivered in 16-ft. sections, ready opportunity, and held the balance of
power In some races decided In these
assembly. Dealer wanted.NATIONAL
primaries I have no doubt that they
will continue to do so If the laws re S
main as they are, and In Increasing "
SALES numbers. ,

"You state my plan would place ,' ."

1718 Watrous Avenue -:- Phone H-4878 party control In the hands of professional '. .
politicians beyond the reachof ;
TAMPA the people. This has not been the .. .
M FLORIDA history of voluntary associationssuch HkS MAKING
j> "
,- as Kiwanis, Rotary and Exchange td:: t .
clubs Their policies are
made and controlled by the rank and 'V
; file of the membership. A political .
--------- from
party Is no different. Divorced DELIVERIESAS
{ the state the party would simply bean
association declaring certain princiPles .
or a platform that could onlybe
i adopted by approval of members '

or their representatives."Your FAST
Staney'sRADIO I II second objection Is that It

I would mean that the cost of holding t

primary elections would have to be .
met by a disguised tax, exhorbitant
qualification fee or by contributions ASWECAN
AND APPLIANCE In South Carolina the Democratic "
party has no trouble financing pri ,
marie Georgia and Texas have for :
'II" t..t. ,o"
SERVICE many years. I... no reason why
Florida cannot do so. You overlookthe '
fact that even under state control : As
candidates are assessed 5 per cent ,,' rapidly as we get materials "
of one year's salary which Is used in
ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS I part to defray election expense. If '.: I new customers get service.

divorced from the state the entire 'it:: ,
I assessment would go to the party for
defraying election expense
I "With further reference to question
AUTHORIZED PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE two you suggest that Individual '
II financing might lead to individual
I control of elections. For as long as FLOR1Dd PO ($ COb1PflY
I can remember both Republican and '

, .. LOCATED IN t Democratic parties have raised funds
by contribution and it has nevsr .
NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. been looked upon as contrary to public '-'
policy or reprehensible By what
ever means the money I Is raised I do
I not feel the price too high In order


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v Only Sixty-Six received CHICKEN a nice YIELDS Cbrl - ,

e., one of her fat chickens
\ !',1'\' Thousand Vets fice of the fowl's life.
OkeechobeeArmature Los Angeles-Mrs
her ring. She got It
: Gets Jobless Pay from the glisard of a THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
Shop cleaning for Christmas Vice-President.
Veterans Administration NOTICE OF
reported this week that The regular nnnunl
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS I 88,827 veterans so far have drawn I stockholders of the Abstract Company
Po $20 a week unemployment benefits Bank will be bold at 2:01) r

for the full limit of 52 weeks. I day on', January Room of lotb the ,Bank 1947 J. L. BARBER, Manager
. "That figure speaks well of the 8. H. "
Appliance Range Motors Etc.
: -:- veterans group generally and shows : : : ) 1f1C10lCBplftll'Zu1:161C1fIC1C! : !.! !!!!!! t 'mllll.fj
that talk of a '5220 club' among veterans
House Wiring, Factory, Power is a bit unfair," .commented
I tsv R. Adam, director of the readjustment ..
Estimates Cheerfully Given allowance service.
The 01 bill of rights permits unemployed
veterans to draw $20 a
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPHONE week\ from the government as a "re.
( ,' adjustment alltwane for I msxl JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
I mum of 82 weeks tome critics of 5TH
the program have dubbed this I "51.
155 20 Club ANNUALRODEO"
I 1 A VA study disclosed that 19,168 "LAKE
: Markham BuildingGEMS veterans exhausted those benefits

during October an increase of B6 AND FAT STOCK SHOW
per cent over the September total.
I "Two million veterans were out of 5 THRILLING DAYS 5 I"" "
the; service by May 1.1945, Adams; +
; DEC. 31st THRU JAN. 4th :,
noted. They have had one and a half I
FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK Church CalendarCHURCH years In which to make claims. It Is BRYANT STADIUM il
amazing that so few' of them have I LAKELAND, FLA. _
PURPOSE exhausted their benefits." I
What men want U not talent it It OF THE BRETHREN The number of continued claims I JIMMY WAKELY E' ..' N
purport; not the power to achieve, Pa'rrott Avenue for unemployment allowances decreased AT EVERY PERFORMANCE
but tht will to labor., Rev. H. P. Garner, Pastor during November to less than I
1,000,000 for the first time In 1947. JIMMY WAKELYFamous
-Lytton Vernon Wright, Supt. Sunday School -JL
The total of continued claims for I
the: last week In November droppedto Singing Cowboy Movie Star
It ii not enough to be busy 10 are Sunday services: .
the anti. The question in What are 867,000. AND HIS SADDLE PALS
Church school, 10 a. m. During that week, 984,748 veterans
we busy about! -Thoreau Sptclal TO PLAY TrJEIR' GRAND WESTERN MUSIC
Preaching service, 11 am. were receiving the unemployment Rtstrved Stat .
Preaching service, 'I allowance. ayments during aiCTIONSPhont 1 -
Unselfish ambition, noble life-mo- p.m. THRILLS GALORE BRONC BUSTIN'
tivei, and purity-these constituents Young People meeting, Monday pared with $942,000 in October. Write or DARING BULLDOGGING ROUGH RIDIN
of thought, mingling, constitute' individually evenings, 7 p.m November totaled $71,128,000, com- Junior Win IT'S BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
The steadily rising total of employed Chamber
and collectively true hap Prayer meeting Wednesday eve World War II veterans at Commerce DALLAS QUADRILLE PERFORMANCE, _
piness, strength, and permanence.
nings 7 o'clock.Sunday reached 10,700,000 early In November -
-Mary Baker Eddy Dec. 22 will be Christmas VA said However, the unemployment EXTRA ADDED s i ,
Sunday and the children will Presenta rate among veterans was 8 "DALLAS
The secret of is constancy QUADRILLE"a
to -DisraeliCLASSIFIED program In the morning. Duringthe per cent, more than twice that for FIRST TIME PRESENTED IN ,. ..-
I purpose. evening worship service the non-veterans. The number of vet THE ENTIRE SOUTHEAST
i : young people will have Charge of the erans "looking for work". was estimated World's Oreiteit Array of Traln.d l Fi.
service and give the) Christmas story Horeie
: ><.:-....:....... .-o-.. oX-<":-':")): In readings and songs.METHODIST The at number 700,000.of veteran attending "IT'S SENSATIONAL" 4t k 1

schools Of taking job-training PRICES -
ADS with VA assistance reached a record Oen. Admission ..... .., . ... |1.so .
CHURCH total of 2,258,937 Nov. 80. Of that Reserved Seats ........ 1160 1190 ;va
:": ,.. )o....>>x Rev. W. R. Howell, Pastor I number, 178,497 were disabled veterans 'Children BO Ssats....,:., :::'.::::....:'.'.t:$250 700 i
Clifford Boyles, Supt. Sunday School I All .elnclud.T.... +

Sunday services When you are so devoted to doing STREET PARADE DEC. 1et.znjjcu .
what is right that straight
you press
ROOMS WANTED-One bedroom and Sunday school, 10 a.m. on to that and dirtgard what men
I kitchenette apartment or its equlvl- Preaching service, 11 a.m. are saying about you, there Is the
lent, about January 25, for few weeks. Young peoples' service, 6:00.: triumph of moral courage. -
Man and wife, who donot drink and Preaching service, 7:00. : Phillips\ Brooks
do not care to live with anyone Preayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:00: :
who does. If you have anything to
offer, please write description and pm.Choir
weekly rate to L. G. irwin, 3007 Memorial practice, Wednesday, 7:45 v >
drive SE., Atlanta, Georgia. and Saturday 7 p.m -
Communion service.first, SlInd"ayin
FOR SALE month.

On Thursday evening, Dec. 19th
FOR SALE -. Christmas turkeys! the Sunday school department will
Large and small Mrs. L K. Lee, Fort have the Christmas tree and accompanying fCH THE BRETHREN;
Drum, Fla. :
program for the kiddies : '"d RC"sOthFp' ... h4
+' ';eryone Is invlted."".w, Xtf ,_ '
i lor, -FOR SALE-Rot water "heater's"and On Sunday evening 'Dec. 22 the ..; ;(r AvenueOKEECHOBEE .' '
electric pumps. Gilbert Chevrolet choir will present the cantata
Company. "Christmas Bells." .
FOR SALE-9x12 foot fiber rug;
green, reversible Excellent condi BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
tion. Also clothes wringer. Mrs C. H. Eiland, Pastor
Angle Bass, Phone 8. 0. L. Raulerson, Supt. Sunday'School
FOR SALE-House and nine acres Sunday services! .

of land. Runs from Hancock Avenueto Church school, 10 .m.

Taylor'a Creek. J. H. (Chalk) Preaching service, 11 a m.

Ward. Training Union, 8:30'p.m.
Dec. 29 Jan. 12
Preaching service, 7:30: pan ---

Mi LOST 52 Lbs.I! Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve'

MM.WEAR a.ax SIZE wftux 14 FT.AGAIN"wo.TNWISTERIA nlng, 7:80 p.m.Prepraations .are under way for the REV. AND MRS. I. D. LEATHERMAN Evangelists '
A.PIs.d sw.L" -> Christmas cantata to be presented ,
Dec. 22. The hour of this program
3 Ni sow d+e PaNr.O. has not been decided but announce
ae bL ment of same will be made at a TT w--1
later dlte. EMPHASIZING

..r.... s ww'.se.ee. .. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
.. Ieaael paaYP Rev W, H. Harden, Pastor

w'Ma' ease-As .Ifea d.a1... Services CHURCH every-fourth'SII'nday.OF GOD. ., : M The Gospel

Rev William Lyles, Pastor

sa ebes 1Meds Sunday school, 10 a.m.
Preaching service, 11 a.';'. and 7:15 ff aj d
DRUG SUNDRIESTear flb.Vy'i of God
p.m. each Sunday r
oat this Adv. M a reminder
Young peoples' service Thursday

evening, 7)15 p.m.CHURCHES .

Start Renoff in O Seconds

from All 6 usual. e ie; SCIENTIST"CHRISTIAN OF CHRIST, e For Today"

'gJ IM\S SCIENCE"' la the!
subject of the Lesson-Sermor
COLD.1.Aui 'Je which will be read In Churches 01 ,
'TARIETR 01 Christ, Scientist, throughout the
I world on Sunday,'December 29.
IP.dl.as YaM..IIt ....
The Golden Text Isr, "Ye are a life is for
1. UNDER GOD A possible
chosen generation, a royal:: priesthood : new every person.
holy nation a 'peculiar

e the people praises;an that of ye him should who shew hath called forth 2. ,UNDER GOD: A new social order is possible in the nation.

you vellous Among out light"of the darkness(citations I Peter Into 2:9):which.his. 'com mar 3. UNDER GOD: A new community of nations is possible in the

DONT LOSE MONEY prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following .
from the Bibler "For whatsoever .
things were written ,afore

'. R rii:36I: EARNING /fOMSCOMPTW time that fort were of we the through written scriptures patience for our might and learning.)com lave, Christ is the power of God for the remaking of personal life, the '

1 the hone The following'(Romans Lesson-Sermon 15:4)passage: also from Includes the transforming of social life, and the redemption of humanity In

textbook, "Set

n t I ib Q t otl9l l ence Christian Scriptures"and Health Science by Mary with Baker Key to Eddy/thl,/ Him there is a word of God for your need, and the need of every

"The Scriptures are very sacred
Our aim must be to have them on
derstood spiritually for only by person. .
this understanding can truth be
gained. Christian Science separates

'the!rror sacred from pages truth,the and spiritual breathes sense thru Come, Friend, and Bring a Friend Each Evening at 7:30

1 of life, substance and intelligence".,
Mpll. '
(647:23-25: 548:2-5) H. P. GARNER, Pastor .

The question for each man to settle .
I -r.......< AMMiiHMFei ,-......,.. Is not what he would do If he had
Clrcet In'ormoHon contact yourn.arett means, time, Influence, and educational .
VETtRANS ADMINISTRATION advantages, but what he will
do with the things he hai. '
: a:".:.. -Hamilton Wright Male '- .==...n w ==

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httmathnal Uniform II SCHOOL La&U'tolllane cJjreM for Seloo! a r '

I .:. LESSON:. Pattern No. BODe come In does S, 4. 8,
6. T and I Hi yards o< U iI4I4i
: L. LUNDQUI3T, D D. or 39-I Inch; t.nsct.. ruftUnf. L
= OfSth'i Moody Bible Inetltute. ol c ic ;o.R.I..d Due to an unusually tarp demand andcurrent
by western Newspaper Union condition, slightly more Urn II
for of the ant U'.I antra au"
required In Riling orders a rrwM11 tVtq..c. 'W'14'
moat popular pattern numbera. IaI/M OINMIINI IYN
,, h,+bl r M a.N--e a,.e,.wmwv.
: Lesson'for December 29 / Ynvanr.wr.rr w..1 M
tWrt t.t-
7, 111.
aye South W 1U St. M--r1 W all wwaINI.aIIINe
Christmas Dinner Needs Lesson aubjecta end Scripture texts! a. Enclose SS Cents la coins for each ....,, all eOr.: Ise
CHRISTMAS DINNER looted and copyrighted by International desired nwntr
Color and Good Cooking Council permlaalon.of Religious. Education) used by Pattern pattern No'L__

To Appeal to Appetites Cranberry Juice Name
Browned Potatoes-, FOR CUBIST Addrea U. S. Savings Bonds t tI
Green Beans with MushroomsHot

e Rolls LESSON TEXT Acts! 0:15; 19:ill & 0
'Molded Salad Relishes 23:11: : 28:28.31: Roman 1:13.18.: 15:22.24.:
Plum Pudding with Sauceor MEMORY SELECTION-I am debtor .0
both to the Greekl.and to the barbarlane; fcfiglfeSviN CLU6S VDU WFTH
Fruit Cake both to the wise and the unwise.
Recipe given. Romans 114.: 0k

t I I Ie
The gospel 1* for the whole world. TIC PAIN

To make the cranberry relish usedin God wants all men to hear and cometo

the recipe for the salad use the 'repentance (John 3:16: ; II Pet. "

following directions: S:9): '
For the establishment of the great
French Cranberry Relish missionary program with its worldwide k-

...-- I pound raw cranberries sweep, he called a man gifted -
1 large orange prepared and anointed for that

1 large red apple work, namely Paul, whose life and ,
1 cup honey ministry have been our Interesting
Lf portion these three months.
Wash berries, and 8096 9i Y /
orange core ap Now we find him at the very p InrW'
ple. Put through the meat grinder,
world to
center of the then !known 3-8 yrs
medium knife. Add
syrup claim It for Christ. Politically, commerclally -
and let stand In the refrigerator
socially and religiously, IDEAL school frock for a
This will make 3H of relish.
cups AN
Rome was the very heart of the This
of three to eight.
It may be used as a relish for meat,
known world which centered aroundthe side-buttoned princess style is so
if desired. Trimmings from the Jellied -
Mediterranean sea (the nameof for mother to and can
relish salad can be added to easy sew,
Christmas dinner Is for family fruit cup the following day. which means "the middle of the be trimmed with narrow ruffling in
and friends. They should be given earth"). self or contrasting fabric. Sure to
A good plum pudding may be kept Having preached almost everywhere
their favorite foods, prepared family be her favorite.Penitentiary ,
style. Flan meal ahead and for several weeks, if desired, and else, Paul had a longing to
last minute mussing and allowed to mellow like a good fruitcake face heathendom at Its very center
in for fast
Hurry-rub Ben-Gay gently
Or, if you want some for New Christ and
and claim trophies for Has 'BusinessDistrict'
fussing. Year's Day also, double the follow warming relief! Insist on genuine Ben-Gay, the origin
the gospel. nal Baume Analg 'sique Ben-Gay contains up to 2 V&
ing recipe: for Its InmatesA
We may all get somewhat worn Our Scriptures present:
4J times more methyl aalicylate and menthol-two pain-
out by the hustle and bustle of the Royal Plum Pudding I. God's Plan and Man's Purpose relieving agents known to every doctor-than five

holidays, but, confess now, would 2 eggs, separated (Acts 9:15; 19:21): ). I "business district" within the y other widely offered rub-ins. Ben-Gay acts fast where.
you give any of it up? I don't think *4 cup brown sugar Choice involves the thought of selection walls of the federal penitentiary in you hurt.
anyone would say "yes" because because of certain qualitiesor Mexico City contains scores of
t tablespoons lemon Juice Also for Pain due to COLDS MUSCLE ACHE and STRAINS.
that's half the fun of Christmas. had ,
abilities. The Lord preparedPaul rent-free stores and offices whichare
% chopped suet
Christmas is the time to put onyour cup and Ask for Mild Des-Cay for Chlldruu
1% cup soft bread crumbs for Just this ministry, now operated by the prisoners for
feast of the year, for this Istruly IK teaspoons baking powdery he chose him to carry it out. That their fellow inmates, says Collier's.
toe meal teaspoon salt encourages us to believe that God is .

that's remem.c6' 1H cinnamon leading In the experiences of our These businesses include
teaspoons a pet
u r r dW have hat. K teaspoon nutmeg lives, preparing us for the day when shop, a printer who makes "visit c Ben Gay
ever you color., 14 cup seeded raisins he will call and use us. Let us be ing cards" and a lawyer who
let it on a
and ready.
H cup currants yielded writes petitions and appeals. Evena
ful table with red
Our second Scripture (Acts 19:21):
':' H cup nutmeats band may be hired to serenadea
\a and green colors 1H tablespoons flour tells us that the plan of God was visiting sweetheart.
In and dec-
put into operation by the purpose In
orations predominating. Have everything Paul's heart. God does not haveto

cooked to perfection and depend on man to do his work,
let the rest take care of itself. but he does Just that!! We may hinder

Do your marketing and planning his full use of us if we fall to
well in advance so you won't be purpose In our spirit to do his will,
disappointed, and do get most of the Rs eei as Paul did. God wanted Paul In

food prepared in advance so you w Rome., That was his plan, and that lidsyT
won't be caught in the last minute was the purpose of Paul's heart.II. Ho ri
rush. Dessert refrigerator roll p
God's Confirmation and Man'a
dough and salad can all be prepared
Determination (Acts 23:11; Rom. 11
\ ,. .. : the.day betor Christmas it "
13-18 19'22-34)'
; .
you follow the suggested menu. --
Man needs to have his good purposes
'Cranberry Juice. confirmed by the Lord, and
Mix equal quantities of cranberryand so it was In the case of Paul He
orange Juice. Add half as much t1 had been taken prisoner for the gospel' -

ginger ale and chill thoroughly b'-j ,. sake. His trial had resultedIn
fore serving an uproar. Things did not look
'Roast Beef. Cranberry relish salad Is made too promising for him. Humanly
Wipe roast with a damp cloth; of easy-to-get foods like apples, oranges speaking, there was a question II IIfttti'i
dredge bottom of pan with flour. and honey. It can be pre whether he would get anywhere, let
Place roast in pan, skin side down, pared the day before and gar alone to Rome.In .

and rub over with flour. Place ina nished prettily by cutting the man's hour of discourage. ; .
moderate (300 to 350 degrees) oven molded salad with a scalloped ment God stands by with a good
and cook as follows: for a well done I cookie cutter, and topped with an word. "Be of good cheer," he tells

roast 15 minutes per pound, plus 15 apple cut the same way, garnished Paul; "as thou hast testified of
minutes; for medium done, 12 minutes with and red
mayonnaise a cherry. me In Jerusalem so must thou bear
per pound plus IS minutes; and witness also at Rome." Get "tJ.O ;
for a rare roast 10 minutes to a Add beaten to brown Paul '
egg yolks In his letter to the Romans,
pound plus 15 minutes sugar and mix in lemon juice. Blend expresses his determination to come 0l'

'Green Beans with Mushrooms in suet, breadcrumbs I ,I iJJJJmaininglngre ) to them. There were hindrances, I e .. 1.1t\O
(Serves 8 to 8)) and re there was a contemplated trip to
2 pounds green beans, cut In silvers ( '" Spain (which he probably did not \ M v BRING EM

H pound fresh mushroomsH dients, Lastly, L! make), but in spite of all these i" ,
cup minced onion fold In stiffly things he would come in due time. 10 ; IN LIKE THIS
1H teaspoons salt beaten egg whites. ,yr The reason for that determinationis A YN '
U cup water Use a 2 quart tremendously interesting and per t I
3 tablespoons butter or bacon fat mold which has tinent to our own lives. He saw 't

J4 teaspoon sugar been greased himself to be a debtor. The gospel
1,4 teaspoon pepper well. Sprinkle with flour and pour had been committed to him, not as 10 Odp.16
Vt cup milk or cream In pudding. Cover and steam for 3 a deposit for his own good or /
hours, or bake at 250 degrees for 3 pleasure, but as something be ' rtt '
Combine beans with mushrooms
hours. If individual molds are used, must give out to everyone who had 0\/ 090101CZI ,
which have been washed and sliced.
this will make six puddings.To heard Including Rome. "
not I, i
Add onion salt
water, butter Msae lr
and sugar Cover and cook over low make a sauce for the pudding, We, too, who know Christ are In \' ,, ,
heat until tender Add remaining Ingredients beat 1 egg yolk and add Vt cup of debt to a world which has not heardof

heat well and serve. sugar slowly. Fold in 1 stiffly beaten him. That includes the cultured e
Canned mushrooms and green egg white- and another Vt cup of whom we often forget, and the un ftO'oW

beans be substituted for fresh sugar. Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla. cultured, the ,men of every race-
may 1\f8
produce, if desired. Just before serving, fold in % cup of everyone who has need of a Saviour. _...... on'1 2tLOSScoDSt ,
cream which has been whipped. The tremendous urge which o \\

I Cranberry Relish Salad. Orange or lemon flavor or grated moved Paul should be characteristic ,0'e II ,
I (Serves 8)) rind may also be used for flavoring, of every believer. Think what It 0 /I 1

2 cups fresh cranberry relish would mean for the evangelization ,\\ 1\fO\
1 tablespoon plain gelatin Jack Homer Pudding
of the world If every Christian said:
U cup cold water :254 cups milk "As much as In me is, I am ready "

\, 12 apple slices H cup brown sugar to preach the gospel" (v. 15).
Real mayonnaise < /4 teaspoon salt 0"I
? III. God's Salvation and Man'sDeclaration
I L Salad greens 3K tablespoons cornstarch I
(Acts 28:28-31): .
54 seedless raisins
To cranberry relish, add gelatin A alight change In the arrangement
H figs
soaked in cold water and dissolvedin 1 teaspoon cup grated orange rind of our. Scriptures brings us !
hot water. Turn into shallow pan 10 our concluding thought. God bad TAKE 'EM
rinsed with cold water. Have mix Scald 2 cups milk In the top of a sent salvation to the Gentiles and
ture at least one double boiler, add brown sugar and they would hear It (v. 28), even If Ton get ,new-tiro rubber with full new. OUT LIKE THIS
tire tread width and depth. You get the
inch deep. Chill salt. Stir the remaining % cup cold the preacher had to come as a prisoner I famous Firestone De Luxe Champion Gear-
until firm. Cutout milk into the cornstarch to make a for Paul came thus to Rome. Orip Tread design with 8,469harp angles /
with a scalloped smooth paste. Stir into the hot milk How wonderfully God arranged It / to protect against dangerous skidding \ \

cookie cutter and { mixture, and continue to stir until all, for Paul was given the privilege Why be satisfied with ordinary skimpy
place on salad ,, smooth and thick. Add raisins, figs even as a prisoner, of living r/ rsSnadlng? Got the best-get Firestone I / I

greens. Top with and grated orange rind. Cover and for two years under guard In a private /

tt-inch apple I II I cook over hot water H hour. Pour house. Here he won his guardsto Z FOR EXTRA PROTECTION /
slice cut with into deep custard cups, cool and Christ, many members of Ca.. ASK FOR THE

same cutter and dipped in lemon chill Unmold and serve garnishedwith I sar's official household (Phil 4:22): FIRESTONE STUDDED GROUND GRIP TREAD
Juice. Top with real mayonnaise and sprig of holly and others who came and went as

garnish with a half a cherry Released by W..terD'N.w.p.p. Union I lie preached and taught, "no man
I forbidding him" (v. 31). Zz A "mast" for snow and mud! The famous Studded I

LYNN SAYS: Let's start with the tree and make When man declares the gospel Ground Grip Tread'Design gives you the extra traction .
Have an Old-Fashioned ChristmasNow sure everyone has a hand at dec. salvation which God has sent,
it need for winter No .
driving. slipping no spinning
I you :
that everyone's settling downto orating it. The good oldfashionedtrees mighty things are wrought' for the
a normal life at last, make It a are topped with a gold or silver glory of God and the good of men. no skidding I Deep tough tread for long wear.

good old-fashioned Christmas at star. This can be made of metallic It la Just that which we should be G :

your house with all the trimmings paper pasted on a cardboard. about with renewed seal and diligence / Alt MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP
Nice Christmas trees always have Here's a tip for making those pop. during the new year Just e fULLY GUARANTEED I "
something good to eat. There are corn chains: use a slender needle ahead We are In debt, and we
red and white candy canes which and cotton thread, and tell the small must discharge our Indebtedness by Z

: make the tree cheerful, and cookies fry not to use too much force or declaring to all that Jesus saves,
.. cut in fancy shapes like stars, the fluffy grains of corn will break. keep and satisfies. 7)/ZWe Tit 7

wreaths, miniature trees and snow They'll probably figure this one out Best wishes for a most blessednew
men. Flavor them with ginger and by themselves, thought) Heavier year! It may well be the most

apices and frost prettily with white thread should be used for the cranberry Important year In all history..Let us See Your Nearby Fiftston* Oealer Star or Firestone Star "

I' icing red and green sugar chains. make use of It for the glory of God. :


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.' ........ ............... .... ....... R. 0. Dyne cashier of the Okee 'The Florida Power'and' Light Co., I NOTICE' UNDER LAW FITITIOCH NAME ?
chobee County Bank returned to held! its annual Christmas party at''
Okeechobee yesterday from Orlando the; armory In West Palm Beach last i Note U hereby given tbat the under.Iilled. ;;
Local and where he spent Christmas with his Saturday night. Among those from pursuant." to the "Flctltuoiii Want New Car
family. Okeechobee attending the affair were Name Statute, IlouM Bill No. 1179.
Chapter 20UA3/ Laws of Florida Act
..................... ......... .....-....-,..; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parkerson, Mr. I of 1041 will register with the Clerk of
Mr and Mrs Jerry Greenber rand and Mrs. R. U. Danford, J. P. Park. the Circuit Court, In and for Okewho-

Mr, and Mrs. Johnnie Walker an. Mra. Francl. Cohn of Miami arson, the Misses Alice Bass, Doro bee oroof County of the, publication Florida, upon of thin receipt notice of,

nounce the arrival of a girl born at were visitors here the put week end thy Jsycek, Alveyna Sweatt and Lillian hit flrtltlotm name, to-wltl OKKECHO 1

the Fort Pierce hospital Saturday vlll"lnlf their parental, Mr. and loin. Walker.Mr. w HER. arc MOTOR engaged COMPANY In business, under In the which City Now? See BernieCoh1 as 1

night. She weighed six pounds and Leo Greenberlfer and,amlly. of Okeechobee. Florida.
four ounces and has been named and Mrs. W. D. Boehmer of That the parties Interested In ..aldbllll".s.
visitor Brighton, have as their guest Mrs. enterprise, are ai follows
Dona R... J. D. McMarthy was a H. M. Meaerve.Clniide .
Chrlrstma with Mrs. Mc. Frances Harlow of Pahokee, who Holcomb.
pending Bring TRADE-IN US for fair estimate.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Barnett and earthy at the Arcadia hospital where will remajn during the Christmas November Unfed at 27th Okeeoholiee 1944. County, Florida, your to a

little daughter, Carolyn, and Mr. and she Is a patient. Mr*. McCarthy underwent holidays, MARY SCHULMAN
Mrs. J. W. Yeoman., Fort Ogden ar an operation there last week Attorney for Okeechobee A Representative will be here every Friday
rived In Okeechobee Monday and are and I I. slowly Improving. The Sunday School of the Methodist Motor company,
spending this week her with Mr. church held Ita annual Christmas Afternoon from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

and Mr. J, H. Walker, Jr.:, and family Mr. and Mr*. S. H. McDougald were party for the children in the IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT IN AND e
visitors spending Christmas In church annex last Thursday, night FOR OKF.ECHOBER' COUNTY FLOH.
Mr.. and Mn. J. C. ohn.on of Tampa Zephyrhllla with their Ion In law and when a large group of children and ITHOMP$ PLAINTIFF
rrlr.d In Okeeohebe Tuesday and daughter grown upi tnjoyed and evenings entertainment I MARIE N, 1941 PACKARD 110 SEDAN1280.00
are spending Christmas here wltb' around the beautifully ,.Urt'EL U. THOMPSON DEFEN:

their ten In law and daughter, Jb E. C. Herrlngton returned to Oksehobc6 decorated Christmas tree. DAN, BILL FOB DIVORCE 1938 HUDSON Super Six Brougham $591.00
and Mrs. Douglas Thompson ,. yesterday from Orlando where Santa vlatttd the youngsters and NOTICE: '1\
I.> spent Christmas with his liter. presented each with a gift Of fruit, rot Barouel D. Thompson,
Fred Proctor returned;; to Okeeche candy and nuts Address, Unknown,
You are hereby required to file vuiirappearance I
bee Sunday from North Carolina and Miss Wilma Gilmore of Perry ton, with the clerk of the abovesl.vl..d
will spend Christmas here with his Texas, arrived In Okeechobee last Chief Petty Officer Harris C. court on or before the Uule Day
who have been her for the of Rhode Island In January. A. D. 194?. the same being COLLINS
family week and spent Christmas here as the [ Powell and his family the 61b day of acid month to the bill BERNIE MOTORS
pant four!. weeks. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson ipent the holldaya with his aunt of cnmplnlnt filed herein' otherwlao
and family. I and uncle, Mr and Mrs A, J. Boetttr the alli-Batlons 'of said bill of complaint
lUulerson of will he taken as confessed by you.
Mr. and Mrs. Connie I r. Ihls order to be publshed once a 216 North Pine Street
Miami arrived here Sunday and are Rev. and Mrs M., M. Martin and wk for four ronserntlTe weeks com.
spending this week with the Hauler- family were visitor spending Wednesday I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves spent menrino November 20Ib 104B. In the SEBRING, FLORIDA
Okeorbnheft ,
son family In Sebrlng where they spent Christmas day in Orlando with Mrs. Itched: In Okewhoheo a, : r'P'Florl'I: ,!
Christmas with Mr*. Martin' parents .. Reeve' slater, Mrs. Frank Wllkerson. Ial.d nt Okeerhohee. .Klorlrtn this Sales-HUDSON-Service
'Mr.. and Mr*. J. H. McCranle left Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williams the(SEAL 27th) day of November 1949.
Tuesday for Lresburg where they
will\ spend Christmas with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 'Wrllfht and The community house In Brighton Clerk Circuit Court Okee- PHONE 330 HOME PHONE 225-M

family spent Christmas day with relatives was the scene of a jolly party last rhobee (County Florida.
i who; Raulcr'on-, crtnrniy =====ww .
J. D. Wilson is a student at In Belle Glad Friday night when tykes Brothers ,. r. nrnnANcV
tho University of Florida at Gainesville were hosts to the community children for the Plalntff. '
arrived in Okeechobee Sundayand and refreshments "4rR\\eT'rm'tistnNgltOtnrk9tuNIRp9IUfh'R: +ft9li>t 18 lIIlUIW!IWUlUlluIDwulUlWllIII
providing lovely gifts
Miss Shirley Davl who Is employedIn
I I. spending the Chriatmas holiday and to each one present Santa NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Miami arrived here Saturday
with his parents Mr. and Mrs In to add to SELL LAND
Claus appeared person & PROFESSIONAL
Christmas with her parents, BUSINESS
E. J. Wilson _____ Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis . the joy of the children. "reuant to Section 15 (I), banter that
20088 Laws of Florida. Arti of 1W1\ III I
Mra.,F. M. Mobley and son Marvin Miss Penile Hunt, daughter of Mr and' Section Ire Chapter U71T. Laws
were visitor spending Sunday in Or. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simmons of Fort and Mrs. E. H. Hunt, left Wednesday "f Florida. Acts of 1031 hi amended DIRECTORY
lando where they went to visit Mr Myers were visitors pending Christ- night to spend a week In New York JJT rlorlila.Section: Acts,11' of Chapter 1941. 20018 and ,also laws of. = =
who Is patient in the hosptul day in Okeethobee as the guests pnr4Ullllt
Motley ma
at that place.a of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Bowden.IMMEDIATEJELIVERY I City, visiting friends. 1-av.s ,to,f SPOtlon Florida.42.'Acts(hnnt.o172'1---of -i >QlCn: x0c'xDxltlik90k ------ '--............--..............

I jmendfd by Section 10\ Chapter ( \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Berger of Went Palm f.aw. of Florida, Acts rf I1---1 I
Beach pent Christmas with their Action 44. Chapter 20722. (.
i eon, Leonard and his family, I Section Florida| 21.Acts Chapter of 1941 22070.as amended Laws bv or BURGESS

I P'orlfa.' Acts: of 1043, the following PHILCO
in'rMnri"w'( 1. In Okeech"hp Countf
Florida Farm Bureau reports Indicate Lot 11, Blk. 8, Railroad Add
that prices on feed grains will Lots 1, 2, 8, fl 4 T, Blk. 18, RiversIde AUTHORIZED Supply Co.
go higher this winter and next Park Add.
Lots 11 to 15 Inc. 18 & 20, Blk. 58,
spring. City of Okeechobee. SERVICE
Lot 9, Blk. 149 City of Okewholiee. FEEDGMINtlJIYBABY[
Grant Stocksdale, University of: Lot 1, Blk. 249, City of Okeechobee
4 Cycle Gas Power Lawn Mowers let Add.
Miami graduate has been apPointed Lots 1. 3, 4 & B, Blk. 143, City of CHICKS
administrative assistant to Congress Okeechobee.Lots ULMER EZELT.
Electric Power Lawn Mowers
man George Smathe'rs, it was an 10 & 11, Blk. 173 City of Okee
nounced this week. I chobee. Tues. and Fri.
Regular Lawn Mowers Lot IAS, Blk. 22 Smith Okeechobee.
Lot. 849, Blk. 157 City of Okeecho
The 1947' season at Florida's famed
Easy to start-Easy to operate Hialeah race course will open Jan bee.All Block 20 & 31, Woodland Pork
17.' Racing has been suspende Add.
uary nlll he offered for sale at phone ovt
only three seasons since the track cry for the C beat cash bid
opnd In 1926. nihjeot to the 1tt'n.1 the Board orVimmlMlnnere ;. B. E. INGRAHAMFOR

HUMPHRIES TIRE &APPLIANCE CO. Here District.' nd/or of Everglades Board of CountyOnmmlsalonM's Drain OKEECHOBEELIQUOR

I Merit U never so conspicuous as of Okeecbohee Count
hide.n..he U S Tires
Florida to reject soy and all STORE
when coupled with an obscure origin into
(' Ihou.* hei'lnnlni I.
I / Fort Pierce, Florida just as the moon never appears so 'clock A. M. on the 20th day of Jan Puroll Product 0
; lustrous as when It emerges from a nary, 1M7. Easement for drainage Ford Part*-
I clouud. Bovee and reclamation and road purpose Only Bar la Town ServiceOKEECHOBEE
will b <1-uF COMMISStON'ERR
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.of the Circuit Court of 0 BOX 471 PRONE 44
Okeechohee County Florida
as agent for said Boards.
By Connie W. Deputy Clerk.

NOTICE Atlantic Service Sta.
December 18, 1946.NOTICE Paul D, Robbins Owner Burney Kelz
19471 18 HEREBY GIVEN tb.tpllreuant
January to Section B of Chapter Wrecker Service Formerly
1S298* Laws of Florida, Act of IMTt
known a* the MURPHY ACT. and Inpursuance 24 Hours a Day
of Chapter 208S8, Law Denmark'sComplete
Florida: Act of 1941. known a* the EXIDE BATTERIESLEE
ACT. the following described TIRES I
land, situated In Everglades Drslnage GASOILGREASINGTWIN ) Horn Outfitter
District In Okeechobee County FlorIda -
will be offered for sale at pUblic OAKS
nutcrv for the highest and beat cash
bid subject to the right of the Trustees All Night CafeOKEECHOBEE Phone US J. E. Con, M.r.I .
W. S. Jones has purchased the Durst Laun of the Interns Improvement
Fund and of the Board of Commissioners I FLA.
of Everglades Drslnage' District ,
dry and Dry Cleaners from the former own- to reject any and all bids, at the I
.- rVnr'tinniw berlnnlnv at 10:00:
t' o'clock A. M., on the 20th day of Jan I
ers and on and after January 1, 1947 will R nary, 1947. A* to all parcel of land I,
title to onehalfof
of ten acres or Dlllre,
I petroleum and three-fosrths of
change the name to. ? i other minerals will be reserved by
j Trustees of the Internal Improvement I
w Fand Easements for road right of North ParkPackage ? "I
war 200 feet wide will be reserved by I SidePackage
said Trustee from say parcel through
which there Is an eilstlng stole road: I
and easement for drainage find
reclamation and for road purposes Store
will be reserved bv the Board of
Glades Dry Cleaners Commissioners of Everglades Drainage .
Liquor Wine Cordial.
TiMerlntlonLot Liquor Wine. Cordial.
., 20. Blk D, Wright & Baas S/D
r. Lot 16, 17 & 19, Blk. B8, City of Next Door To All Night

Okeechobee. I Station EAST OKEECHOBEE
;. Y Y. Lot. 1 to 6 A 17 to 20 Inc. Blk. 8. I
8. W.Add.
'\ Mrs. Duffey will continue as manager of the Lot 2', Blk. 143;, City OP TUB of OUeechokce.UU'STkfc.3 INI EH-. I PHONE 153 STATE ROAD NO. I

"Okeechobee Office and there will be no lOA,


o other changes in the personnel of the organ- OF AGE EVERGLADES DISTRICT DRAIN.

i ization. We expect to continue the same for.Improvement Trustees of Fund the Internal and O.K.CARAGE 1

.: prompt and efficient service that has been ; et for Everglades.Bowd Okeechobee of Commissioners Drsloag County DIs.Irlct. ,. If you want to Buy or & MACHINE SER. J


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