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: August 30, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Opinions By The BE MARRIED SEPTEMBER 7 Schedule For Coming SeasonSept. FROM TEXAS Study Of Fish

4' 'Austin Pearce,' local cattle man,
Mrs, Gladys Hunt Snell announcesthe
and J. H., Woodrow and Billy Peep-
Attorney General engagement and approaching 20-Stuart, here, Oct. 25-Vero Beach, there. lei of Moore Haven, returned Wednesday -: Met On MondayThe
Sept. 27-Open. Nov.
1-Cocoa, here.
marriage of her daughter, Sylvia to afternoon from Texas where
OCT. 4-LaBelle, here. Nov. 8-Open.
Mr. Sllvanus Harden, son of Mr. and they visited all of the large cattle
, County commissioners acting n a Oct. 11-Clewlston, here. Nov. 15-Melbourne, there. committee appointed by the
board of equalization have no powerto Mrs. G. J, Harden, of this city. Oct. 18-Moore Haven, here. Nov. 22-LaBelle, there. ranches in the section of the state State Game and Fresh Water Fish
they were In vslwlng cattle and the
order blanket changes In tax valuation .o The wedding will take place Sat Commission to study the question of
Coach Starling sayi his boys reHe also he hopes to fill at various methods of growing them.
says Commercial
*, Attorney General J. Tom urday, September seventh at 7:00: P. Fishing on Lake Okee-
Watson has advised Comptroller J, M In the First Methodist Church.All ported for practice in good spirit and least one of the open dates he has While there they bought several chobee met Monday at the South-

M. Lee and the Orange! county tax friends of the couple are cor- eager to get in condition and get the left on theschedule carloads of purebred Brahma cattle land Hotel In an all day session
left on the schedule. that will be shipped to their .ranches with all
five members of
assessor dially Invited to attend the committee -
Watson replied to an Inquiry In here. and a number of sport fishermen -

which the comptroller said he hada Yours! and that his record as Governor of'' and commercial fishermen
statement from Orange county Survey Of SafetyOf Very Truly New York and lately. his purge of Many Veterans 0 I present. The members of the committee

that the board had ordered a blanket By SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPERIt I Representative Baldwin liberal Republican I were Representative W, J.
2T per cent reduction on Increases Milk Will Be Hendry of Okeechobee and A. A.

of all valuations of property on seems now thnt the Issue in the: in his own Congressional! ,) Enter Schools Of : Beck 'of Moore Haven, representingthe !
District of New
certain sections of Orange Avenuein York show that he commercial fishermen, and Ernest
Made This StateA elections this fall will be liberalism is really safe for big business.The .
Orlando, and that the reduction State This YearFlorida Lyons of Stuart, and Jim Ober of
was made 'In order to pacify one against! conservatism, or progressive Republicans would like to Mian: represening the sport fishermen -

certain taxpayer who refused to : as against reactionary policies have Taft as their nominee because Dr. Walton Smith, Directorof

state the value of hts property"to survey of milk supplies In Flori- they know that he, like his father, is colleges and universities Marine Laboratory of the University
da to determine Its safety Is once a reactionary and that a liberal sent
the tax assessor. | In the Republican primaries over have !greatly expanded'their facilities of Miami was the fifth member -
again being undertaken the Bu- iment In his
commissioners have the by can no more jive philosophy -
County of the
committee and furnished
and are formulating plans for
power to "equalize" tax valuations. reau of Sanitary Engineering, State the country, the reactionaries gene-!) than the malaria germ can further expansion to accomodate the sclentfic data for them.

aald the attorney general, and can Board of Health, after a lapse during rally have won and the progressives survive quinine. It might! be, how-
thousands of veterans who wll be returning They were In session all day and
only raise or lower values placed on war years, David B. Lee, chelf have been booted out. Tljis was true ever, that the Republicans would to the classrooms this fall all angles of commercial and sport
particular pieces of property to sanitary engineer said In Jackson- I In the case of Representative take Governor Warren of California,
under the provisions\ of the Service- fishing were discussed and a numb
equalize these with other similar ville today. Charles LaFoliette in Indiania, who for he has made an apparently good 1 er of persons were called before
men's Readjustment Act.
Status of milk sanitation done In sought the record In California and while,! really
parcels. Senatorship, later In the; A just completed by the them In an effort to determine just
each municipality and will\ be survey
-- county case of Senator Robert M. LaFol-| being conservative has given some! Veteran's Administration reveals the what the fishng situation on Lake
Professional football teams are to measured by means of a compliance lette, Jr., of Wisconsin, who sought Impression of pro reulvism. They, Okeechobee was.
larger Institutions now are ready to
pay occupational license tax like any rating survey, Mr. Lee said. This to retain his 21-year old seat in the,, know that his heart Is really with I handle double their capacity while Those present were treated to a
will determine whether
other business for profit, Attorney system or Senate, and the Old Guard and they might
local ordinances good and lately In the case of( : many of the smaller schools are pre- fish dinner at Lamb's Cafe by Representative
General J. Tom Watson ruled In answering not are Representative Joseph Clark Bald- alder him a better vote-getter con-I
;, pared to accommodate an anticipated Hendry and Mr. Beck of
how well enforced.
they are
a query from Mark Lance The safest communities from the win, of New York. All these men In Taft, who has little popular increase In enrollment of threeto Moore Haven. During! the day L. G.

assistant state comptroler.He of milk-borne diseasesare the Congress broke across the Republican In he Democratic primaries, on the four times their normal pre-war Bruce of Bartow and J. W, Corbitof
stated that they "are organized: standpoint line and voted' with the other hand, it Is !generally the liberals Fort Pierce members of the
those In which all the milk Is figure. ,
and operated primarily for profit Democrats on liberal legislation.' who have been winning! out- The University of Miami, which Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
and the milk rating
and only secondarily for the amusement 90 cent or more, said the chief ht i That damned them In the eyes of the, those who supported President Tru- had a full-time enrollment of 1,600In mission, were before the committee.

of the public." Such clubs, he engineer per Republican reactionary machines in man's liberal recommendations to the pre-war days, ts prepared to They adjourned about six o'clockin

added, are not to be placed In the Several useful are accomplished their states and they were all\ pout) Congress. Generally those whofought handle between 4,500 and 5,000 students the afternoon to meet again Wednesday

same category: for tax purposes as by this purposes rating system It cally beheaded. the Administration have been this fall. With 3,000 new veteran with the committee from

nonprofesslonal football teams ope- I enables citizens and community officials It is clear that the Republican Old, falling by the wayside. Democrats applications and a hold-over of Lake George In a, meeting at We-

rated by schools and colleges. to judge whether they are receIving Guard are purging their ranks of' evidently are Insisting that their nearly all the 1,091 veterans who latka. After the meeting there on
all who have the taint of liberalism. representatives In Congress who are '
enrolled the second semester Wednesday both committee, went on
Fines collectj-b; the state library a proper return for their were
board and rental milk sanitation appropriations. It They are making It clear that they Democrats shall work with and sup of last year and the 1,021 again! en- to Jacksonville where they. met yes
as penalties milk consumption stand where the Old Guard has always port the progressive Democratic rolled In the second mummer session terday with the Game and Fish Commission
' value for overdue books may not be measures per capita .
stood-for big busness as leadership.My at the Institution's at the Roosevelt Hotel.
and points out how to increasethe every facility
books, In the opin-
to buy new
) is that In Novemberthe
consumption of a quart a day against little business, for the moneyed -/ prediction command will be taxed to the limit. We are unable to give he accountof
General J. Tom Wat-
Ion of Attorney
for children and a pint for adults. interests and property IIIagalr.lt Democratic leadership from the With the acquisition of the Richmond the Jacksonville meeting this
.ion. fot White House'all down-th line will\ \ \
the mass of people, the
Plans of the Bureau of Sanitary Navy Air Base, and a new 40- week. but we expect to give full de
He advised W. T. Cash, state librarian -
r Engineering are to survey the major manufacturers and monoplists as be staying just as close to Rooseveltand classroom building! nearing! completion tails'of that meeting in the next issue -
that such fines become Income against the consumers of the the New Deal as they can get, ;I
communities in the state during the on the campus, the University of the Okeechobee News.The
e-f the board for
or and Democratic candidates will be
next six months so that definite Miami's( classroom and housing
which there ts no legislative authority The Old Guard of the Republican emphasizing their loyal support of .
for will be eased. Housing and
improvement goals can be set up problem
\ to spend It. But, on the Party bitterly resented Wendell New Deal Policies Bob Hannegan, classroom facilities for between Frozen Food

other hand, money paid to state library the following year. Willkle taking a liberal position National Democratc Chairman, far 1,000 and 1,600 veterans Is availableat ,

as replacement value of lost They Beverly condemned Dewey for wiser as a political leader than
base. Some
the former Navy blimp Plant Is
books may be used to buy new ones One Man Killed becoming! "Me-too": suporter of the many of the White House high com- housing! facilities also were made Being

and Is a refund of expense which may i New Deal. From now on they are obviously mand, has seen this all along, just available to the University at the

be used In addition to the total In !going to Insist on safe, dyed- as Roosevelt saw it. If the people of Miami Air Depot Fully Equipped
amount allowed by the legislature Injured In-thewool reactionary candidates the country want a conservative ad- The University of Florida is upping ,

for necessary and regular expensesof : and platforms. That means that in ministration they will elect the Republican from 8.100to
its student'capacity
the board. Wreck Sunday 1948 Stassen will not be nominatedby because they live and 5,500 for the fall session. Its A completely equipped frozen food

-/ the Republicans. Neither will breathe the philosophy of big business housing facilities are being expanded processing and locker plant under

The state veteran'a commission Dewey be the nominee, ulness he In the nation. If the people by 78 units, with 450 more'units construction in Tampa is the first

has legal authority to lease office Hollls Calvert of Robertsdale, Ala., can convince the Old Guard that he want a truly progressive government to be provided by the end of the of a number of ''such plants plannedfor

space for one of Its assistant state was killed and two others were seriously always had his tongue in his cheek where the interests of the masses of construction in Florida agricultural -

service officers, but such lease cannot Injured In an automobile when he supported liberal policies (Continued on Page 5) year.Edison Junior College, with a capacity sections,' Earl E. Carver,"' re.-

extend beyond the present biennium wreck fourteen miles south of Okee- ._-- to ident of Florida Frozen Food Products -
150 students
of hopes
ending June 30, 1947, says chobee on Conners Highway Sunday boost its capacity to 500. Orlando :Inc.,.told the .Tampa Advertising -

an opinion by Attorney General J. afternoon when the car they were plans to accommodate an additional Club at its weekly meeting

Tom Watson, given to David t. driving smashed Into the !guava 300. Florida State College for "It is our' beleif 'that this plant
Wiley, state service officer. The commission will:be of commercial benefitto
truck of John Ed Watford parked on Women has announced it has ample great

la authorized to Incur any the side of the road. The other two facilities for all women veterans farmers, fruit growers, meat producers

expense which It feels Is necessery men In the wreck were E. T. and I < .ry rw from Florida Palm Beach Junior and others dealing"in' food,

to carry out Its object and purposes Mai Ian Ray McSwaln, brothers of rFr College says an increased facultyand as well as consumers"who' will\ be

Auberndale. i able to enjoy fresh food for the year
Homestead owners who are entitled more space is In prospect for ,
to a widow's or disabled per, They had been fishing on the lake the fall term, and Miami Technical round at a great saving by purchase

sona exemption also may get home-I at Canal Point and had started nn w g M ay High School reports it I expanding! ing food at the peak of the 'harvest

stead exemption up to $5,500, At.', home when thy struck the truck. I Miami Dade County Institute Is season and storing it for consumption
The two brothers were carried to during the off lesson," Carver
torney General J. Tom Watson advised increasing floor space to accommo-
Comptroller Lee. i the hospital at Fort Pierce where date additional vocational students, said.

Watson pointed out that former they were under treatment. The and Palm Beach County Vocational, Expected to open about September

Attorney General Cary D. Landls1!I condition of Marian Ray McSwain School will organize night classes If 16, the plant will be equipped to

had held that persons entitled to;: was reported as serious as he was 3 necessary to furnish training. I I freeze any kind of ,food, Includingfish

the homestead exemption of $5,000 suffering from concussions, severe a e1 Bethume-Cookman has announcedIt fruit, vegetables, meats, and

valuation on property are not there- face and leg Injuries and possible p is providing housing units for poultry, Carver added. The Tampa'

by prevented from taking the additional Internal injuries. His brother, E. T. Negro veterans and their families, plant will' contain a variety of novel

exemption of $500 allowed McSwan suffered a frncture of the and Florida A. and M, another Negro food processing machines, such as

widows of those who have lost a hip and cuts and bruises, the doctor Institution, will provide training one which will..pluck ,the feathers

limb by .war or misfortune, Watson stated. for 275 additional veterans. from three chicken per minute and

concurred In this opinion.In Culvert's body was shipped backto Veterans planning to go to college another which will scale 1,000 poundof

another opinion on homestead Alabama where the funeral "and this fall are urged by V. SParker fish per hour, he reported. He

exemptions, the attorney General burial services were held. manager of the VA Regional said the plant will have a''kitchen
ruled that If a homestead owner neglects Office at Miami, to .apply to .the capable of preparing.160,000 mealsa

to file his claim for exemption Persona living In enemyoccupiedcountries VA as early as possible to insure I year; an ultramodern ice cream

before April 1, the county commissioners during: the war and had subsistence checks,, being started plant 280 Individual lockers of 850

as a board of equalization, benefits withheld now may receive without delay. It was suggestedthat I pound capacity each, a bulk storage

has no power, as a general proposition payments which would have been the veteran go at once to his room having' a,12, car capacity, a
to allow luch exemption. paid them providing they were not nearest VA office or write to that citrus sectlonlzlng plant, a meat cut

disloyal to the United States, V. SParker office requesting the necessary ting room, meat processing room, a

R. G. Dynes has returned to Okee Manager of the Veteran's forms. fish processing room and other similar -

chobee and again assumed his dutes Administration Regional Office at Before a veteran receives a "cer- features

as cashier of the Okeechobee Miami, announced. tificate of eligibility and entitlement Individual ,lockers will be arranged -
Bank after spending two These payments were authorizedby THE BUILDING BEAUTIFUL- entrance to the Plaza, shown above, ," he must furnish the VA with on an automatic system which
County Florida Military Academy, St. Pet- paw more than 260 cadets every
weeks In Orlando, Tallahassee and an Act of Congress which' President ersburg, one of the 10 most beauti- year. Steeped In tradition, the acad- either a photostatic copy of a certi- will provide access without entering
Wakulla Truman has just signed, Park emy, to re-open on Sept. E, is one fied copy of his discharge, If he Is the cold storage room.
er was informed by J. M. Slaton, Jr., ful buildings in the United States, of the outstanding military schools married he also must furnish a copy I

Mr and Mrs. Cody Reeves of deputy administrator, Branch 6, VA. is a picturesque re-creation of ,a in the United States and is among \ of the court record which he can Mr. and Mrs R. B. Meaerve were
walled settlement of the
Spanish the few military schools In the week end
visitors who spent About individual American courthouse of the! Visitors spending the past
Fort Pierce, were 10,000 feudal ages.Through nation to hold a War Departmenthonor procure at the
Tuesday In Okeechobee. cases are Involved the portals of the main rating I county in which he was married. in St. Augustine.:

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Flying Pancake Is Funny Little Bears

TREASURE: 'tom Unveiled by Navy For the Nursery


BY t.1V-U YLN.U. Latest: Plane Will Be Able

... ... .. a
----- To Stand Still in Air.

THE STORY THUS FAR ger, and secured a firm grip on could not be beaten. Before either; %

After being drift for four days en a the deck rail with both hands. Tucu could recover from his surprise he WASHINGTON An experimental e cC

raft, Dick Jordan li picked op by a and his men were still forward arguing relieved them of their weapons .
Western Newspaper Union fighter plane, shaped like a pancake
Released by mall sailing vessel U the Caribbean
with the girl Dick could hear Then giving the first one a kick he
sea The captain Is named Tan, aa but expected to be able to
REGIMENTATION BEARS MOST her voice raised In ran in the direction of the who
evu-looking bali-breed. Dick realliei high-pitched girl, hover at a standstill or skim along
HEAVILY ON 'LITTLE MAN' that bit Is among men who are Bale remonstrance."If with Tucu, had been watching him at speeds up to 550 miles an hour, 12

WHEN 'THE GOVERNMENTstarts more than pirates. Be Invents a story you put a foot on this deck, with amazement was disclosed by the U. S. navy

regimentation the making of of some snuffled Jewels to gain time I'll shoot! she was saying. "The "Keep them covered! Dick The plane is unlike anything dls

regulations for the individual, II Be tells Tans thai these Jewels art law allows It. You're boarding my called. "I'll take care of these two. closed anywhere else in the world.

is more often the little fellow rath attached to a Boat aear the snnkeiitearair. ship against my will. Shoot the first head that bobs up." Known
the "Slt1m-
er than the big and powerful man, Oa the way to the area Dick thrust his head above the Encouraged by the assistance that privately as
where the steamer lies, they sight a mer its official designation li.
who is most seriously affected. raIL The hadn't reached the had
men her
derelict chooaer. Toes changes thi let mlcraculously come to XF5U-1. It was built by Chance
When the southern plants were producing course to meet It. When they come closet deck yet, but were) hanging over the captain's daughter turned more Vought Aircraft at Bridgeport,

more cotton than could be the drifting Tenet, a man appears the side, with heads in view. The fiercely than ever upon the leader Conn., and while the present model:

profitably marketed the agricultural on Hie deck and shouts to them U a girl was facing them with a defiant "I'll give you ten seconds to get will not fly before Labor day the I.C .
department issued an edict providing demented manner glitter in her and an ugly-
eyes over that rail" she said In a menacing design already has been tested r
that federal license must hand. )
a looking automatic one ;
voice. "If you're not lone with a full-scale flying model
be secured before cotton sale Tucu it and hesitated. Ordinarily
a saw -
CHAPTER HI by that time I'll kill you like 1 1. The model, known as V-173 or the ,
could be made and fixing a mini. he would break a woman would "
a dog .
"Bug, has two 73-horsepower engines
amount for which license with little ha
mum a as compunction as
"Crazy!" muttered Captain Tucu Black Burley thrust a head above and Is built of fabric and
would be Issued. A tenant farmerin would and ride roughshod
a dog,
"Left alone Pull the bulwark. A bullet burled Itself
.n' gone crazy. wood. Tests have shown the navy .
Alabama had raised as his total) over her opposition; but the one P1
way!I" he added, addressing the In the woodwork so near that he said, that the original design li
crop one bale of cotton. He could facing him was no ordinary crea- "
Carlbs at the oars. dropped out of sight again "One! "usable and practical"
not sell it because he could not ture. She was cool and collected,
The boat began the girl "Twol"Tucu The withheld dimensions and
started in the direction navy
get a license for so small an pointing a gun at his heart with a
amount. His local paper carried the of the schooner but It hadn't covered hand that did not tremble. I growled and showed Mi performance of the "Skimmer"

name and address of William a quarter of the distance when "Y'father asked us aboard, lady," teeth; but his eyes were upon Dick,, other than to say that it Is expectedto

Bruckart a Washington corre another figure appeared on the Tucu replied after a pause an whose Interference had aroused him have a speed range of 40 to 42!

spondent. As a last resort the ten deck. If. the sight of the old man insinuating pleasantry In his voice to furious hatred. "I'll cut y'heart miles an hour with the present ,

ant farmer wrote to Bruckart asking had ,. surprised the< boarding crew, "an' we come because o' that out y'traltorl"' he breathed thickly. 1,400 horsepower engines.

that he Intercede with the de the second apparition-for it seemed Where's he gone?" "Three! Four!" counted the girl This would be extended to 20 to

partment. It was a pathetic letter, like an apparition to many, cer- "I told you I was In command At the seventh count, Tucu picked 460 miles an.,hour by using water

telling of a sick wife and no assets tainly to Dick, Jordan- on the deckof here," was the short, curt reply. himself up slowly and painfully,, Injection for emergency power,

with which to provide comforts for the'lugger"' -created amazementand "That's sufficient Now get back!" made his way over the side. Dick and to zero (or hovering at a standstill .

consternation.The returned to the disarmed Caribs, ) to 550 miles an hour by using
her; of his year of effort being represented Tucu glanced aft and then for -
In that one bale of cotton. newcomer was a woman ward. "Where's the crew?" he and with their own knives as weapons gas turbines when they become

Bruckart took the letter to the lightly clad and with her hair asked smiling drove them Into the sea. When available.

then secretary of agriculture but streaming down her shoulders and they disappeared, leaving the deck The combination of extreme low SWINGIN' 'on a star and sliding

the secretary told him the rules pro- back half way to her waist. She cleared of all enemies he hurriedto and high speeds Is a radical departure moon . that's what

hibited the issuing of a sales licensefor had the appearance of one who has the girl's assistance She was from the normal trend. The our personality-plus bears do. Use

so small an amount. Bruckart been Interrupted In the midst of her peering over the side of the schooner high speed potential apparently results for crib, carriage covers nursery

insisted that the man who made toilet rushing on deck to ascertainthe I.Ili' I.- to see If the crew were leavingIn from the presumably while linens. ,
the low 000
the rules could if he wished modify meaning of the commotion. She their boat speed is made

them or make an exception. He glanced In the direction of the lug "Keep back!I" Dick warned. possible by flaps which can be usedIn They'r 10 fat and In funny tltche.'. you'U 1
enjoy the embroidery
told the secretary that unless that ger, shading her eyes with one hand, "They may shoot! with high power. Pattern 705 has transfer of 17 motifs front ;

small cotton farmer was permittedto and then back at the old man on She nodded and stepped cautiously The theory is not new but It bad a by > to aby 10 Inches.

sell his one bale crop that he, the deck. She spoke to him In a behind the bulwark for protection. not previously been developed so i

Bruckart would have that letter low voice, which he heeded, for he Dick glanced around for some that hovering appeared possible in Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.80 HI.
H4 W. Randolph St. Chlcajo ,
printed in the more than 2,000 country withdrew from sight, and permitted weapon. A loose spar as heavy as a fixed-wing airplane. Helicopters Enclose 20 cents for pattern.

newspapers for which he was her to do the talking. a man, and twenty feet long, at- hover by rotating blades at high No

writing. The license was issued. The "What boat is that?" she askedin tracted his attention. Picking up, speed
he carried It to the side of the Nam-
secretary could not afford to take a clear bell-like voice.
a chance on arousing public sentiment schooner and with a heave threw it

against his brand of relmenrta Tucu hesitated for a moment be- outward so that It just grazed the Treat Skin Cancers Addr"I
tlon. tore replying; then in his most per top of the raIL I,

suasive voice, he Informed her: With Atom
i ProductSAN
0 __ It rolled over with a clatter, carrying

THE FOUNDATION for that inflation "The San Miguel Of Limon"The G everything with It. There wasa FRANCISCO.-Successtul Gas on Stomach

girl or young woman-it was and below that Informed treatment of two
growl scream of skin
we are fearing is not the \74 Relieved la S minute. or double yew mm; back
and scales. difficult to estimate her age at the him his ruse had succeeded.In cancer with atomic research byproducts When exoeM.tomaeb add..._p.lnf.l..effoent.
spiralling price
wage .., md .........
distance but to Dick she seemed Int-f eoantomat burtburn. ueutUrprwcribe
They are but a visible evidence of / Its descent the long spar had was reported by Dr. the fMtMt-eetinff medicine known foriraptaautlertlUf
young and comely seemed in knocked three Caribs Into the sea, Bertram Low-Beer of -nedldnee Ilk. Imioarelin
University g 5
the approach of the monster that .b..... No I leiitiTe. B.l-.r! '
doubt hesitating before replying; and falling on the lugger's small California radiologist to the Jlffrer"double I your nxm.r beck ea rotors of bottb
has been created by our monetary to at. Ho at all druiiKt.u.OLDER .
system. Constantly Increasing, and but her eyes were busy studyingthe boat nearly smashed the bottom out Korth American Radium society.

constantly depreciating, printing boat's crew and the lines of the of It. This presumably is the first
lugger. Finally as if she had madeup Tucu decided medical
press money is the real foundation. Captain evidently practical application of
her mind, she retorted in a that retreat until he could reorganize radio elements such will
lust as it has been In the past in as come
our own and other countries. We sharp peremptory way: Then, as If drawn by common Impulse his forces and plan a new attack from atomic ovens. The substance I PEOPLE !

had it following the Civil war "Well what do you want? You they turned and gated at was the better part of wisdom.He is radiofosforus.

days. Europe had it following World can't come aboard! each other. bellowed a command to his While the substance used by Many Doctors 1 tlicfwERCr

War I, and the disease In all cases Captain Tucu smiled a bit craftily The girl woman paled slightly men to pull away from the schooner, Dr. Low-Beer was made in the

was cheap printing press money for I "We took her for a derelict- through her tan but answered unhesitatingly I and a few moments later Dick and cyclotron. It can be made Ih relatively .

which there was no standard of abandoned." : "There's no crew Captain Bedford's daughter saw the large quantities in the # romc

value. It was not that wages and "You can see now she isn't" aboard. No one but father and me. ; boat returning to the lugger. ovens which now turn out plutonium -

prices went up. It was that the replied the girl quickly. Then, as Now you know the truth." They remained motionless and silent for atom bombs tamlna Older people you I If ehould' yon haven't-became the

amount of commodities the dollar if anxious to pacify them she add I watching until the boat had Dr. LowBeerreported 100 per sour diet lacks the natural AJ ,

would buy went down because the ed In a pleasanter voice: "Thank' It was a bold challenge, deliv- drawn off beyond pistol shot. Then, cent success in the treatment of Vlurntni and on.r -balldlal'' dal
natural oil
need 1J
ered in a voice that never quavered. yon you
dollar had no standard of value. you for coming; but we don't need Dick smiled his admiration. She as if drawn by common Impulse 36 cases of hyperkeratosis, and 98 fl I aoad-taiting Bcott'l Emulsion ,
The have of these decreasing help. We they turned and gazed at each hope 6.ad atammo. (n.ry and
more we any can manage. was capable of handling the situa per cent in 52 cases of basal cell \\ -. ,., to eolj, .. 8.e this '
value dollars the higher will go Tucu was a little nonplussed but tion. He made a bet with himself other. carcinoma. Dr. Low-Beer did not woadertul difference-bar
and prices. We have far too The girl was quiet and sober her claim Saott'f at roar drua-siafa( .,ISCOTT'S r
wages the grin hadn't left his ugly face."Y'can't that she would force the men back that the radiofosforus treatment

many of these cheap printing press get into port with that through sheer will power and bravado eyes regarding him inquiringly, al- was any better than the other r

dollars now. wreck. We'll help y'ter rig her up." most suspiciously. There was no methods but said it was much EMULSION

In 1933 all the In circulation hint of a smile on her face. The simpler. 1
money "No thank was the cool
you But neither the girl nor Dick had -
events had tested her to the-
in this country amount courage ,
retort. "We can manage.
figured upon the craftiness of old
breaking point, and the strain was
ed to less than 6 billion dollars. I
The small boat had been drifting Tucu. Anticipating some such hold
in the fine lines drawn
By 1915 the amount bad Jumpedto apparent Parisian Pair
all the and if the half breed had been Says Left MILLIONS
29 billion dollars In 1933 the nearer time as up, playing around the lips and In the heavy ARE GUIDED
alarmed by this the girl added for time until two of his men could circles under her eyes. Babies She. Bore Him these L three we when they buy "piria.
capita In circulationwas
per money sharper than before: "Keep away work unobserved along the side of U) Purity (2) Speed (3) Economy. Buy
$43 for each of In HOLLYWOOD. 01. Joseph &Kf. world's
one us. wealthy couple largest teller
please! You'll get tangled in the the schooner and climb up the rigging
at luo. Get 100
Will Return tablet
1945 It was $240. The Increasewas Tucu who could have no children set her .use for only 35o.
wreckage. back of the girl. Neither of
in federal reserve notes, Dick Predicts up In their home while! she bore two
them was aware of this until her
Tutu turned to his mate and exchanged
and and simply children the
they are purely by husband Mrs.
printing In a few words with him, and father the demented skipper of the "We've got rid of them for a Ferlda Hayat 36 Parisian FOR QUICK HtLICT
press money. playwright k
1933 the amount of such notes then addressed the girl again: schooner suddenly turned up again time," Dick said glancing in the charged. CVRBOILASoothlnc

was 3 billion dollars. By 1945 "Who's that old man aboard?" and announced his presence with direction of the lugger "but they'll She filed suit for support of the
glee. He had seen the two Carlbs "
that had grown to 28 billion. She drew herself up and frowned. return. son and daughter she said she Q A I I/IT !
crawling and Instead of
father Captain Bedford up She nodded, following his eyes; ANTISEPTIC O M sL V C,
Those 28 billion are only as "You mean my them he rushed to offer assistance. bore Maurice Albequerque, 40,
good as the government's promIse ?" then turning to him again, she who owns jewelry stores here and suits VltiS for b" thousands! with satisfactory ,.-.
"Is he cap'n?" There was a smileof asked: "Were you with them?" In Paris and his wife 40 years-.is 'aluable Jnfredl-
to pay. So long as the gov Captain Bedford Cecilia 48. enta Get.Carfcoll at drug cores or writ ]
ernment's operations are In the derision on his face which the "Yes", he admitted, "but not of the suit named Albequerque as the Bpurlock-Neil Co, Nashville' Ten,

red that promise to pay grows girl caught. Resenting It, she nodded Babbles Too Much them. father.

weaker day by day. A stop to I curtly and said: "Come aboard mates!I" he cried. She frowned and raised her eyes Mrs. Hayat, a native of Tunisia! I

deficit financing, a reduction in "Yes! Now if you have no fur "I'll help ye. It's a great prize Inquiringly "They" picked me upa said she met Albequerque in Lisbon You can relieveATHLETE'S

outstanding government obligations ther business here go back to your I've picked up-so much money few hours ago he explained. "I after she fled the Nazis In Paris t
was about dead-been In the water
will make that promise to own ship." that I don't know what to do with It and came here with him. FOOT$ 1 1
for four days and nights When
pay more substantial and helpto I "I'd like to speak to the cap'n." Come aboard an' I'll show ye." Then she said he Introduced hero

avoid Inflation by retiring was the cool retort, motioning to the The The they rescued me, he added smiling his wife moved her into their
was girl turneda
game up.
at the recollection of It, "Iwasn't
some of our printing press I Carlos to dip their oars again. Santa Monica home and persuadedher
horrified gaze at her father, and
in a mood to inquire for ,
to give them
money, "You can't! was the frightened family.
then back again just in timeto
0 swung credentials. I was glad to get any After the second
reply. "He's not well and has baby was born 1 180.69F
see Tucu make a leap for the
help. Later I found out what they
she said the
CRAVING FOR SPEED below. Albequerques went to
gone) deck. As if determined to punish .
13 AMERICAN: VICE were. a new home, deserting her and the i
him for his audacity, she opened "
EACH SUNDAY a car passes my Dick Goes to Aid lire at short range With a growl "What are they? she asked children, Fred Jean Jacques, four, of cases bowed

house at a speed of better than 60 of pain, the half breed dropped to quietly. and Cecilia Racquelita Allen six clinical improvement -
Girl "Carib
Brave fishermen beachcombers after 10
Of only
a months.
miles in 23-mile
a zone. I know the
the deck with one arm limp and use
almost dan with
pirates treatment
know where the note of alarmin sea scavengers She asked $9.000
car, that driver is Dick caught less. expenses and SOEETONS in
and Impartial,
headed for and what he will do the voice. He gave a start and "Damn her. Break her neck anything"I she everything.murmured thought. $300 a month support for each. scientific test.SORETONE.

when he reaches his destination. He glanced around him. The handfulof Burley!I" he growled. see
fully. "Then think they want
is going to the beach 12 miles Caribs left on the lugger were you
But Black Burley had no Inten to steal) this schooner?" Young Angler Prove.He' .
away. At the speed when passingmy grouped forward intently Interested
tion of facing the gun pointed at him "They took it for an abandoned
home, he would reach the ocean In the schooner and the conver an Outdoor Man
now. He dropped out of sight behind derelict at first" he replied truthfully .by Mdlsws$Rsbbles
sands in 12 minutes. For two or sation going on between the skipper MOUNT with
the bulwark, crowding those "and of course as such It VERNON WASH. 5ad. ewer tact pratM
three hours he will sit on the sand, and the girl. No on. paid the
Keepers of the
back of him Into the water was their legitimate prize. They city jell learned recently 0* and 51.00
and look out over the Pacific then least attention to him. to keep their
She would have driven them Into were surprised and disappointedwhen keys out of r
W will return at the same high "If Tucu aboard." he muttered casting reach when
goes they have
and a fisherman
their boat at the point of her gunU they saw you your father
"P eed. I wonder why the hurry; under his breath "1'11'1) too." the two helped on deck by the old aboard It." in the calaboose.

V endanger himself, his car and After more talk, Tucu and his skipper, had not attacked In the "I can understand that," she re- Delmar Kellogg 17-year-old resident -

the lives of others in order to save grew made fast tn the schooner and rear. When she saw them running plied, "but when-when I ordered of a Puget Sound fishing village ***************

five or six minutes. Undoubtedlythe prepared to climb abt'ard. "Stop! toward her she gave a little them away they didn't act as If-It fashioned a pole out of wood
is that Insane Invest
reason only crave she cried. "1 forbid you coming cry of alarm, and for the first time -" She stopped and frowned again. from a window screen and, with in Your Country-

ing for speed that afflicts so manyof IIlual'dl"! seemed to lose her nerve. "But you said they were sea scaven the use ef a wire hook fished the Buy U.S.Savings Bonds!
us In our drive through life. H
"I'm In command her and 1 forbid Tucu raised his voice at the two gers and pirates," she added nod jsU keys from a desk drawer.

may ended end for for others that, in driver a prison as It cell.has -- Caribs, urging them to the flank ding. "I suppose that means they The jailers found an empty cell ***************
0 Dick didn't hear the finish ol the attack. The crash of the pistol Intend to take the schooner any discarded fishing pole.

sent, lIce, He had quietly drupp had evidently stunned Captain Bed. way lawfully or unlawfully,"

THERE IS TOO much subterfuge over the item of the lugiter and find, fur he stmjd helpless) and :I "I'm wfrsld su. Captain Tucu, 1 Hosiery Picture BetterAs

Involved In government was once more battling. with his amazed with mouth wide open. Imagine I Un't the kind to be vastly

spending; too much covering up old enemy the sea Dick at trim juncture decided to : dist-ouraged. If he's decided the Shipments Show Gain

of department and bureau I sctuHinrr'4. worth It he'll return lat NEW YORK. Though RHEUMATISM
Swimming slowly, with his head rust his (lot 'In with the girl. The a run in
costs. Even members of congressdo Besides," soberly, "he has another milady's nylons still is
down In the water, and making two Caribs hud to pass clote to er. a major NEURITIS-LUMBAGO
not know the expenditures of low reason for making a second domestic tragedy the
him. When the tint came abreastof hosiery picture -
wide detour around thy stern of
any one of the bureaus that regiment a his hiding place he shut attempt." is brightening considerably. MCNEIL'SI
tho derelict, Dick reached It with. nut u
us. The subsidies paid by out attracting attention. Nobody leg and tripped him. The second "What Is that?" she asked. According to reports, hosiery ship I MAGIC I ITIIE

OPA are fair examples. No appropriation wet thw lugger had noticed his de partly stumbled over the first. Quirkas He laughed and shrugged his menta in April were 12.042.576 II

was made for them. parlors iind those aboard the a Hush Dick landed a blow with shoulders. "For one thing he'll wantto pairs as compared to 11.281,067 In ?aREMEDY :

The money is borrowed from betiooner were too Interested In their his list on the point of the man's get even, with me for Interfering April last )year or a rise of 12.1 percent RINGS BLESSCP RCLltrllltllli

RFC and when RFC runs out of else Jaw, and completed the full. I and second to get hold of thus.ieweis Shipments the first four
vrlze to give to anything soil I
Larg.a.tueu.r.r.a'155.ams aloe
Is asked to Increase told him about. months
cash congress : I this
Dick climbed up the rigging hanging Both were armed with lung year came to almost +. III salt at silteits

Its capitalization. oven the side op Oslt.-th. lug curved knlve that for ugliness I ITO BttCONTINUH.il: : ) 50 million pairs against 47.8 mil. I n Ul Mil III Hull H || 1111 u ss.lp d tort I
lion pairs in 1943. |resat III! II.. Ut. JHIIIMIUI I, rleS I




(at one end of sofa to Elmerat
other end-Elmer, do you think Sailor
my eyes are beautiful? oUre65 for Young r .
Bashful Elmer-Uh huh?
Jane-And do think hairis
you my
arm the prettiest you've ever seen? bale U-rochy Jeynoiefecui ne
Elmer-Gee whiz! I'll say
rMOPSY J.ne-Do you think I have a per
Clean Milk Comes tyGLAOYS PARKER fect figure?
Elmer-Gosh! You bet
From Modern Barns Jane-And do you think my lips
are like rubies?
Well Constructed and Elmer-Oh boy! 'I'll say they are.

Clean Mangers Urged Jane-Are my teeth like pearls? '
-Eimer-Vb huh! 4 :
Concrete dairy barn floors and : Jane-Oh, Elmer you say the : ,
mangers' will prove a big help in I cutest things
producing milk of Ugh quality"a*
weU at reducing the amount of labor 0T MAN OF IRONLifeguard
required. The U. S. public : i
health service milk code provides
that no.dairy barn meets the require
ments for producing high grade O ry
milk without long-lasting, nonabsorbent !' s 7C

sanitary floor such as con )
crete. .
Forms are made of one-inch lumber 1 .
well braced. Concrete for the
.w 7'7J
floor is made with five gallons of water
per sack of Portland cement r=
when'sand and gravel are moist -
The mix should be plastic and work :;: 1Tr

able, but not too sloppy nor too stiff lb 0Gc ;

-Why can't a big husky
fellow like you swim?
Sunt.nned-Too much Iron in my

Figuring Too CloseDown \
a..I- in the small southern town .
where he lives people are all so V III

I I kind and indulgent with Uncle Mose --:.. 8052))
[ [ that the ancient darky has become
\ a little spoiled. One day Uncle Mose tk II.?!
presented a check for $19.42 at the _
oYS1'ARK.2 local bank. The old man took the I sleeves and softly rounded hipline
money from the teller, counted it, \-J Make the wide belt of the same
then recounted it He didn't seem fabric or use one of the smart new
to be satisfied purchased ones. A honey of a
I Barn floors and mangers properly "What's the matter, Uncle I Ii 8059 frock.
I designed and built help assure Mose?" the teller asked. "Isn't It 4-12 yrs. . .

clean, comfortable healthy -- a riht7" Pattern No 6092 comes In sizes 31. 12,
stock-high quality milk. "Yes" was the grudging reply, 13. 14, 18 and IB. Size 12 requires 3't\
"but it Jes' barely is." yards of 35 or 38 Inch fabric.
Crisp and FreshI led jur rder lot
Build the manger curb first; then
the litter alley and the manger Clever ,Girl DEAL school frock for the gram- SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT
Leave holes in concrete for future The girl was applying for a secretarial mar school crowd. Sailor ass South Wells &1. Chicago 7, 111.
stall equipment if not now available v5_ A i position and when asked if dresses are a favored style with Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
Then build stall platforms 11w cAHIVflit i she had any special talents she young girls-they're so crisp and pattern desired.
These will vary according to the LAUN replied that she had won several fresh looking Make this one in Pattern No eize i __

kind of cattle The mangers should ..-. ii wt, BLNeR prizes in crossword puzzles and slogan a frright check or plaid materialand Name-
be finished smooth with a steel contests. have the collar in snowy white
trowel.The concrete should be damp .r.re'_- attb Ji aoN. 1ueR. 3peroi it "That's fine," replied the manager trimmed with contrasting braid.
cured for at least five days before .Vii CoecoaosityRAUAC1AnN' "but we want somebody who She'll love it for that first day
using. will be smart during office hours." back at school.
5"* T
"Oh but this was during office i GET
c hours" she said sweetly Pattern No. 8059 Is for sizes 4. 8. 8. 10 QUALITY''
-- and 12 years Size 8, 2'.. yard of 36.Inch SVMOROLINE
Know Your Breed / fabric;bllard:: for contrasting collar 2 pion .
A Growing Pile yards
GuernseyBy i 1 Dean David of the Harvard schoolof Keyhole Neck
W. J. DRYDEN business was addressing a
group of executives. AS NEW as tomorrow is this en-

"It's true that there is a great chanting date dress designed WATCH BAND
i deal of knowledge at Harvard. The especially for Juniors. It featuresthe BANDING
reason why there is so much knowledge popular keyhole neck, deep FLEXIBLE
at Harvard;: the dean added GUARANTEED { A
"is because the freshmen in ADJUSTABLE
so much and the seniors take out Queen Victoria of England Poaespaid.Immedisr: Deli.ery.(suit MsMy No l::.. $1.50'

so little." Had Sword of Her Own ALFRED INE.170 W.73rd St..Nm York City

Tugging and Tooting
r Young Husband-My dear, see Probably the only queen of mod-
that tug drawing all those barges? ern times to have a sword of her PALLETSHIGHEST
; It's a perfect picture of life. The own was Victoria of England. QUALITY ALLOY
UNSUNG '. tug is like the man working and Forged for her in 1850, this sword, ALUMINUM
... toiling while the barges like women 27 inches in length and two poundsin Chill cast to Insure,extra hardness and
Valleywood Valiant Hero 235890. ""U.tE' STAGEHAND 1 a grand champion Guernsey boll -rJ.lCi GAS FOOTLJGMTr BEFO2E THE Young Wife-Yes, and the tug during the remaining 51 years of size available on order in any quanU .
Light shipping weightACE
does all the blowing while the her reign in conferring knight-
of registered performance. SHOW AT TWE OPERA OtJrn.] I CONCRETE! PRODUCTS CO.
barges quietly bear all the burden. hood. ; P. O. Box 123 North Birmingham Ala.
The Guernsey breed originated on
the small English channel island of - ------ -

Guernsey. The breed was broughtto Modern little Interpretation"What boy can tell us the :
America as early as 1818. rDuETsiivorisc&J1bU (
meaning of the expression, The 115no fun
The Guernsey is of medium size quick and the dead'?" asked the
with fawn and white clearly delineated Sunday School teacher.
markings. Summary of 98,297 ( +.-I11I io haveMALARIA
POOR MAN I'LL Willie raised his hand high. JJ.
advanced registered records show Gt7FsT HAVE 7Hb "
"Please ma'am, he said "the
the average production was 10,151 GET YOU SOMETHING PA/RSOFPAN7.f quick are the ones that get out \ ,11))

pounds of milk and 498 pounds TO EATf of the way of automobiles and the .'. !
butterfat. Some S3 animals produced dead are the ones that don't" .
over 1,000 pounds butterfatand
14 have lifetime records of over NOT HUNGRY LADY! NEW APPROACH
100,000 pounds of milk. -f'AKtJ.
Feeding Molasses to ;

Salt Grass for Cows ''u I WI RSMITHTS




She-John, you've been calling f1f on 1-I C iP :' -

me for several months, now.
1ct John-Why, ;yes, that's right. y
She-Well, have you ever thought 10
of me as an income tax deduction?

There Are Limits .. I I

Good stuff, the salt crass Here- Young Mrs. Smith was beginningto <
fords say after they've sampled It. put on a little weight. Telling nUl.'G I 7 ill illO'fflfl"
I'hotFood Macb. Corp. her husband good-by as he left .
for work I heard her ask him sweetly II
Salt grass'which cattle ordinarily : : .
will not eat may be covered with THE CALL AT LASTA REDUCING METHOD"I "Darling, will you still love me I If8SserfS
a solution of one-third water and even if I get fat?" 1,
two-thirds molasses. Power spray young couple had asked the believe you are thinner than "Heck, no!" he muttered. "I <
may be used economically. with a ireacher to marry them immediate- the last time I saw you, Mrs. Jones. promised for better or for worse,
20-foot width. 7 following the Sunday morning Are you taking treatments or diet not through thick and thin!"
Cattle fatten on the molasses and icrvlce. ing?"
water combined with the grass, pro- When the time came he said: "Oh. no, that's because of the Tight Spot
duce bigger and tastier steaks. Other 'Will those who wish to be unitedn trouble I have with my new maid." Newlyweds were in a restaurant
similar uses may be devised for holy! matrimony please come "Why don't you fire her?" when a blonde smiled at the hus
use of power sprays to meet Individual forward?" "I'm going to. just as soon at band.
requirements. To the altar came 1 man and 23 she worries me down to 14) Wife-Dearest, who is that woman
women. pounds ? 1
Husband-Don't bother me about 4 1
Weed Killer Shortens
Another Illusion Gone Self-Starter who she is. I'll have enough trouble FREE! w
Farm Crop Maturity Two little girls were discussing Rastus Yassuh Ah was gwan' explaining to her who you are.
Experiments in Hawall and Puerto lie Sunday School lesson. "Do you by de haunted house when all ob a
Rico with 2,4-D-miracle 'weed really believe there is a devil" one sudden Ah saw dat ghost Swinging at the Air
BAKE AT HOME! . hurryl! Send'torFleischmann'
killer Indicate that it may controlthe asked the other. Sambo Dat onus 'nab glbben Golf Pro-Now just go through the
growth of pineapples two years "Oh I don't know" the other-one you-all quite a start motions without driving the ball. wonderful 40-page recipe
instead of three. It is generally believed replied: "I guess, it's like Santa Rastus-Brother, Ah didn't nee/ Beginner That's precisely the ..M rtO book. 70 tested recipes for delicious bread,
that further experiments win Claus; It's really your father." no start trouble I'm trying to overcome rolls, desserts. Easy to make with Fleisch-

prove that 2,4-D will shorten the E rter mann'i Fresh Active Yeast-for the delicious
Dam.ced' A Real Freak Louder
time of maturity for many crops in
America. Earlier maturing tomatoes Mack You mean to say that Lulu If you were halfv man "Why do you have such a high I'ir' flavor and fine texture that mean perfect
black take me to the circus tomorrow bed for little : baking success. Send for FREE
melons, corn, yams, potatoesand physical wreck gave you a you'd your boy your copy
"So we can hear him if be falls Flebchmann's
other farm crops are among. eye? today to : Yeast Box 477
those being experimented with. I I I Jack-He wasa't a physical wreck Buddy-Honey, if 1 were half i out of it" Grand Central Annex, New York 17, N. Y.
until he gave me the black eye. man I'd be in the circus.




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(i 1tE\rr1 Itllll\C CHILLS & FEVER CLASSIFIED! .

--- --- -- - SIZE 14 AGAIN" FOR SALE R. C. Allen Adding Ma.

the I ... 0. O. wall IT. WORTH chine Model Slut Adda, subtracts '
Published Every Friday ky As Ptotuntf "... > IN MORTGAGES BES'tJHE
Okeechobe Newt Co.. at Obe...- .. mar IOM pound and have a & multiplies, Bought New last December. \ ,
snore ri.id r. araotful 0,0,.. Nu BY666 THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
be., Okeechobee County, Florida I I I tiercli.. No dnisi No Ia..dra. Can be seen at Community
Yet meat. DOUIOM mvr buttasTbe '
---- -- I I wminncal F1... WtUnmar House at Brighton. AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
not be dlfferant than roumhr
BRYANT BOWDEN . .. . . Witor ar ayt mar not try th A VD9 VI....... C. M. Sutton Brighton Fla
....... .
C.ndY PlonP Ik at th. I V.I0

enndotad b NOTICE OF APPi.lr \TION Qkccchobee Abstract
Entered as .Mnnd dais matter Jely ."cn.l'.e: : =moe. than to' t'OlT"'" W :FIVntlie > CompanyJ.

1. 1014 ll the Poet Office In Okeevkehwi :: I I. hrrrhy'II'lv"n .that Julie F'OUND-Stray Steer 3'/4 or 4 years
rll., under Act of Mar. 8, 1871. ;i i.H! .:wJI;
th.R.dud.I PIe. "prtlflrntps\r,' I"IIo'n thn tins haler filed of said the rerlirirntos following old. Owner may have name by Identifying L. BARBER, ManagerAnnouncing

SUBSCRIPTION RATE With this A9do d.,I for R Ins deed to lie lamed thorenn ; It and payment of advertise ,J

One Year In advance . . . . .$LOS I I- ar..rM..._. ==.. psute.a-, The Issunnrp rprtlflrnti I the siTlptlim niinihrr and of the i-are property of- tug coat L. M. Breelnnd ootreuiiolia99laomtuliC) [ : :; :: :nal,) r 1I1t.'I4:llaiu3td: ')('JOII1\lItJIIII'JI\It"IJC: \ : )IMICjII'\J\ilq]

Six Months In advance . . .. 1.00 .. "tmpM" deU/ _sad I'I< ...tart.r- and the IIBIIIPB In whlih It was --
Three Months la advance . . .71 A :- -- assessed are fig follows ------------

I = WS.l'Il: -, Certificate No 1W, \mt of Issu-

Reading notice la local eolomoe 11 snore IMSCertiripnte,
No 111 Year of Issuance
rents I line. Kates for display adTertlilnf -
fnrnliihed on application CI.... WISTERI.DRUG SUNDRIES 10(1! .. f
No 130 Yenr of Issuance
Iflpd advertising, 2 cents each wer4 Tertlflcite ,
Tear out this Adv. a. a reminder. 1944Diwrlnllnn.
ner Ineertlon All Item regarding en
trrprlire conducted for profit are of property :
chargeable at advertising rate. I _) M .. .. lot 2. Block 2 In which assessed I.. S. Turtle-
fill Fet
All of mid property being In the
County of IIkp(>d..b..e. State of .'101'1'

: T'lilcss aiuh' ccrllflinte or cprtlflcntes :.:-:: ---
Him 1 I hp rpilc. >cinpil iKiordlnK to law, --- ---
the property rtoei.rllioil In such pprtlricntn .

Staney'sRADIO the door highest on or.the ten lil first i1'lmoteSr Miimlny nt will the In court IIP tho sold month liouno to L1: A GROCERY STORE FILLING STATION Liii

of Septcmlipr 1D4H which Is the 2nd ,
iliiv of c.trinher nifl = =
Dated thl. hot lay of Tulr 11)46Mnlxl ) .

( ) Clerk of rirrult 1'. IlRiiUrson.Si Court of. GARAGE AND ELECTRICAL SHOP i

AND APPLIANCE OkP<'<'bllh"e County Florida ,



Hancock the holder of the following =
certificates hue filed sold oortlflcatee

The for a certlflrate tax deed numbera to he Issued and years thereon of == I Invite You To Call At These Places Where You Will Be ==

WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS j Issuance the description! of the prop
jI erty and the names In which It was Served PROMPTLY' And Treated COURTEOUSLY-
I asspsied are ns follows : = ;:
Ortfloata No. 81, lear of Isuimnce ,

New Radios Available Now Description of property :
N 11111 ft of NWU of NE'i of NEVl : P.P.EVANS ;
end N 1(11( : ft of R !SO ft. of NV4 nfNWV4
of NEVi being pert of lot 41
Electric and Battery BplnC In lI(>p. 10 TWfI. 3S n..,... it\:
Name In which nnncnsi'il Evn C. MP

LOCATED IN Allot of anld i>rnpprtbelnor. III the nfFlorliln NOTICI or ELECTION fill Collection of Taxes, t>y :Amending (It The LegMsture shall at lie Ltg's.
County Okeechobee. Slate WHEREAS The Legislature ol 1)49 Sections 11 and 11 of Article VIII of the lativs Session of 1947 and from time 19
NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. incur the Constitution of 1685, of the Constitution of the State of Florida as time thereafter enact laws specifying
I'nlpaa ilph rertlflr-ntp or rprtlflrntes State of Florida, did pits a Joint Resolutions Adopted at the General Election el November the powers functions duties and coin
shall IIP rpilpoinpd' ncconllnB to proposing amendments to the 1944, said Amendment to Provide pensstlon of County Tax Collector desiu-
''uIh" pn>pertdeHrrllieil In .ui'h Constitution of the State of Florida and for the Re-Numbering of Sections noted In paragraph 1 of this Section la.
rprlltlpnl or eertlmmtes will he sold the same wore agreed to by a vote ol 11 and 11 of Article VIII of the Constitution and shall likewise provide for the col.
10 the highest bidder at tbe court three-fifths of all the members electedto of the State of Florida as Adopted lection care, custody reporting and dls
hoitei door im the flr.t Munilar In the each hou.., that the rotes on said at and starsmend in November bursement of all taxes collected by the
month nf SnptPinhpr IWfl which| Is Joint Resolutions were entered upon 1944. Section 11 and 19 County Tax Collector.BOTISE .
kla; the 2nd' ilin nf SpptPinber 1U40Dntiil their respective Journal, with the :yeas of Article VIII of the Constitution of
jt MILITARYACADEMY and nays thereon, and they did determine the State ol Florida end to Provide) that 4
Silo lint ilm of .Tiih. 1040fnhil and direct that the said Joint In the County of Hlllsborough, State of JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110
> P. Itntilersnnisnl Resolutions be submitted to the electorsof Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
/ ) Clerk of Circuit Court of the Stale at the General Election In Assess the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI, of the Constitution ,
6 Okeepholipe County Florida November 1948 the purpose of Levying State County of the State of Florida, tiy
NOW THEREFORE. I, R. A. GRAY Schools end Munlclpsllties in the County Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
? Secretary ol State of the State of Florida, of Hlllsborough Except the City of Plant' Provide for the Appointment bJ s Concurrent .
/ri ST.PETERSBURG..FLORIDA do hereby Rive notice that a City Florida, which ShaU be Exempt' Resolution of the Senate and
\01KF T<( ( (>\TIt \ ( ()HaOH GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions of this Amendment House of Representatives of e Director

One of America's outstanding military ICK III- lilt: T\1I-: win be held In each county in Floridaon Taxes Levied by the State, County of the Budget and to Authorize the Legislature .
KIMII 1(01.1HTNN.T'I'all,5hu00e. :: Tuesday next succeeding the lint County School Board, School Districts, to Prescribe his Powers and
schools. The only resident mili. ... I lorlilu.. Monday In November A. D. 1949. the Special Tax School Districts and the Duties, qualifications and Term of (ii.
school in Florida with R.O.T.C. .AIIUIIBI 7. UMil said Tuesday being the llunlcl' allttes of the County Except the fire.BE
unit. Fully accredited. Highest standard I-IIIM.IMM for the ratification or rejection ol the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG!SLA- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAI That the following Amendment to Ar.
M-nliMl, '
U I Ills
t will "le
f of training. Separate Junior Dept. reielMil .it tllaafnee to the Constitution of the, State That the following Amendment of tide XVI of the Constitution of the State
t All branches of from jiniiirii.il. 'olllr..tor".. Sin ei Florida vies Article VIII of the Constitution of the of Florida by adding thereto an additional .
1 athletics. Aviation III 10'lU:! .\. M 1. (c/-:. N. -I 1'.1, ?? the. j-ilh State of Florida relative to the Assess section to be known ss Section i4.
.. training available. Limited enroll. duut. Si.pieinbi'r 1'I40 fur the "ion 1 ment end Collection of all taxes In the be and the same Is hereby agreed to and
I ,I dim SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 883 County of State of Florida, shall be submitted
trm ut the Mlowlnif, I I.Mlirnl Aid NO. Hlllsborough to the electors ol the
ment. All inclusive rate $1,075. SiMiiniliirI'roji'ir : A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbering Section 11 as adopted State of Florida for ratification or r..
Address CoL Walter B. Mendcli Pres. Florida .d..rlllltl Beounhirv Amendment to the Constitution of the at the General Election of 1944 sa .. to Jectlon at the general election tor Representatives .
ITnJ.il No.111111 State of Florida, to b. known a. Article make It read Section 12 of Article VIII to be held In the' year lU48.II .
Military Academy, Box 9, St. Petersburg Fla. ( \ueiiSi.2ul.RtiUe Itoud XX, Sections 1 and 2. Thersol. Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florida follows:
No 1/12.\ (IkiHHbiihre ('ounlv lie to the Consolidation Abolishing or Creating and by Amending Section 12 ol SECTION S4. The Legislature shell by
lOren Mule' Itimd V>. Sl I and the Kt of Certain County Oldest, and the Article VIU of th. Constitution of the law provide for a Director of the Budget
l.iule County Hueork lonslulsuf Asiuiment and Collection of Munlo.psl State of Florida as adopted at the General whev shall be appointed by a concurrent
0 Kniillnp nnd ilrulnhiK upproxliinitcu T.",.. by County Tax Officials, In Oranit Election in November, of 1944 so resolution of the Senate and House of
81110 tulles of rOM d\\11 :\11f..t County Florida and Providing for Ref. ss to make it read Section 13 of Article Representatives, and shall by law, con.
to :III t..er'Jrl... Y erendum Elections for Acceptance or rte- VIII ol the Constitution of the State of slstent with other provisions of this Constitution .
NOW : MX 'l'imber,5ul Section of any Law or Law. Enacted by Florida, and to exclude the City of Plant prescribe his powers and duties,
> MORE THAN EVER BEFORE I i.nirete brldireK mid Inolileiit the Legislature of the State of Florida City from said Amendment; Be end the provide for his qualifications and term
OIl l IIMIIH The nil lolul length la a. Provided la said Proposed Amend same II hereby agreed to and shall be of office, the length of which shall be
:y "II Illilce. went submitted to the Electors of the State wholly within the discretion of the Leg.
I iinirinl' ihi-ck, In BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA.: of Florida for Ratification or Rejection lilature and shsll not be limited by Sec.
I 'ainnuiit of TURK OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAI at the General Election to be held on Uon 7. Article XVI of tbe' Constitution.
'I..:.UU.IHI maile. payable to tin. Chair I That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday alter the first Monday
THE ARMY HAS A ,,1111'i n uf HIP StiilH hand liepiirtini. Constitution of Florida, to be known as la November 1946, .
with thl'sesourv I-Itllll.'H Iiiiiuinnitni Article XX. Sections 1 and 1, thereof SECTION 13. 1. From and after January COMMI'M'E: SUBSTITUTE
'.\ :Mumps. nirmheil niim.niiniutnub relating to the consolidation, abolishingand 1, 1948, the County Tax Asseuor otHlllsborough SOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 73
bid creating of certain County ofllces County shall assess all
mil.niltt.il for flute prujeii A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the
All lertlflid ch"-,'be Blnill hi mtlfliMlnil and for assesimtnt and collection of municipal property for all State, County School Amendment of Section 30, of Article 111
GOOD JOB FOR YOU hln H .lays of She Silo fur reii'liInit taxes by County tax officers, In and Municipal Taxes to be levied In of the Constitution of the State of Florida .
Orange County, Florida, and providing Hillsborough County by the state, Relating to AppropriationsBE :
hldH imhlerK 'ha ks will mil Inauepted
for referendum elections for acceptance County, County School Board School
The checks of (hi' two |,.w or refection of any law or laws enacted Districts Spsclal Tax School Districts and TURE OF THE STATE OP FIORIOA
eat hhlh'111 he ''lepusll,.,1. by the Legislature ol Florida as provided Munlclpsllties except in the City of Plant That the following amendment of Section .
DIP minimum WHITO 111I1.1| | to nil therein be submitted to the qualified City, Florlds which City shall be exempt 30. Article III of the Constitution of
NON-COMMISSIONED GRADES NOW OFFEREDTO el.ctor. of the State of Florida for adoption from the ol this Section
killed liibur. "eniilieil on tlil. inn provisions: the State of Florida relating to appropriations .
or rejection at the next general X. The Legislature, shall, at the Legislative
l r.1 I hall be fllHi per hour The Is hereby agreed to and shall h.
election to be held In the IBM, Session in 1947 and from time
FORMER ARMY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS minimum wage Auld to all labor Interiiiedlate to-wlti year laws to submitted to the electors ol the State
time thereafter enact specifying! thepowers
this of Florida for ratification or rejection at
vrude. employed on I
functions, duties and compensation -
the next General Election to be held In
initial,'t Khali be Ti cents IH'r hour ARTICLE XX
of the County Tax Assessor designated -
November, A. D. 1940, that is to that
Ihe iiiliilmuin paid In all tin SECTION 1. Th. Legislature Is author say
WIIITC In Paragraph 1 of Section 12, and
said 30 III
Section Article
1 GOOD jobs in noncommissioned grades are being nklllul labor emplii\iil on his i ..u- lied end empowered to provide by law. shall likewise provide by law for the stltutlon of the, State of Florida of the shall Con.be
l shall In ii<) ii'iit per lion or laws enacted by It at Its regular session extension on the Assessment Roll of the
I inn amended and amended shall read
offered now by the Regular Army to qualified former servicemen held In A. D. 1947 or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied follows as as .
Ml work I..i be done' In urdiinra regular session thereafter for the consolidation :
by the State, County County School
.i Veterans discharged on or after May 12, 1913, uho enlist with the I'lans Speilflialliuis\ and abolishing or creating of any Board School Districts Special TaxSchool SECTION 80.for the Laws salaries making of the op.proprlatione .

or reenlist for 3 be enlisted in the non.commissioned Spulal l'rii\lsl.nis of the State Itoud County Offices In Orange County, Florida i Districts I and Munlclpsllties. : located officials and employees and all public other
years may
epurtment Hearth, uttenllnn I. Provided, there Is excepted In the County of Hlllsborough.
grade for vhich qualified provided this grade is not higher culled to Speilal., t'ro\lKluuii whl'h will\ the effects of this Article Judges of all State of Florida with the exception of visions expenaea nO no the other State subject shall nor I:"atfr :;
and to far the assessment
than that held of and that least 6 he furnlstieil. "It hell' h propomil Iheattintbin courts provide the City of Plant City which is hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other
at time discharge, provided at directed to the and collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions of "'I.Am.ndlnlnt. bill all state .
of hlddem In ; appropriations except appropriations
assessments, or either of them, by County
months of former service was in one of 400 designated military Special I'roNlalona loverlim 8111011 tax officers In said County. Any law so for the county schools counties .
SECTION 19. 1. From and after January other
occupational specialties in which enlistment is now desired. ling or .11I1I11I1l will be the fuiulHhiil, euntrueS.I'rupnsulc to. giialIfled enacted creation of respecting any County the offices consolidation shall prescribe or. 1, 1948, the County Tax Collector in of the State or, appropriations political subdivisions for permanent .
the County of Hlllsborough. State of Improvements and
Important, interesting jobs are open in hundreds of skills ('uU trn,'toro. upon apiillintbm. to the powers, duties and compensation Florida shsll collect all taxes levied In state Institutions as provided buildings for by lews
this ufllie. fOK '1'1".I'" : M III" $) el the officers designated thereinto State, County, County enacted at the 184
and trades in the Army with splendid training and educational KUll I'lniiK iniiv be punhaxed from exercise and discharge the duties of tocyu'it; 1.h Districts Special I legislatures and for psnslons legislature retirement or prior

advantages! These are in addition to free food, housing, clothing this filer. fur the mini of IT NopropuKals the any offices law so ao enacted consolidated respecting or created the assessment ; and. I Tax School Districts and Municipalitiesol funds sod trust funds, shall be Included
will be Issued unless, re- and collection of municipal taxes Hlllsboroufh County Florid, except In one general appropriation bill or any
medical and dental care, low.cost insurance.There's ii" ",'HIM for him.. are reieUeil( bx thisulTlie and assessments or either of them, by In the' City of Plant City, it being exempt amendment or supplement thereto and
the ol this Amendment. shall be for no longer than
from two
hours prior to Ihelime county tax officers shall provide for the years.
adventure, travel, education, a secure and profitable ut 1"11.1 J4 assessing, collecting, accounting for and 9. The Legislature shall at the Legislative All appropriations made prior to the
details for upenlniC hid.11 .. Session of 194T and from time to adoption of this section which Stern..
future in this vital Get full of said taxes assessments
realistic disbursing and/or
profession. at your .\ bids must show total for em'h to the appropriate municipal time thereafter, enact laws specifying the :shah to the provisions of this section
nearest Army Recruiting Station. Item nut Mini mnount of hli I Jnaeiteilon authorities, and for 'compensation for powers functions, duties and compenss- expire as of July 1, 1817.
she luvir of the proposal The rightIs such county taxing officers for servlcesrendsred Uon of County Tax Collector designatedIn
a riMened\ to reJ.Kt inn or nil 'bidsMAIK : Incident thereto. That If any Paragraph 1 of Section 13. and shallllkewlas e
provide for the collection care HOUSE JOINT
DU'AUrMhNldh : : such law respecting the consolidation RESOLUTION NO. 277
Highlights of Regular Army Enlistments HOUl : or creation of any county offices Is accepted custody, reporting and disbursement of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
PlOltlUV and ratified at the referendum all taxes collected by the County; Tax Amendment to Article V of th. Constl.
1. Enlistments for 1 . 2 or 3 other furlough privileges ran be obtained F. 1':. Hnylmos. ( liiilrmanH.riKlon election herein provided such law shall Collector tutlon of Florida by Adding Thereto an
years (1-year enlistments permittedfor from Recruiting Officers I1. ('uloll" ', become effective with respect to the offices Additional Section Relating to the Elec.
Hltfbway tllrllll'"rOlmEClloBEEN'l:1'JTY affected thereby on the first Tues. tion of the Judge of the Court of RecordIn
men now in the Army with 6 or Slate
5. Mustermg-out pay (based upon day after the first Monday In January HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 117 and for Escambla County and the'
months of service
more ) length of .service) to all men who ol any year immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an County Solicitor of said County.
2. Enlistment age from 18 to 34 are discharged to reenlist general election had subsequent to said Amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA.
years inclusive ((17 with parents' FLORIDA referendum election st which electors for of the State of Florida Relativeto TURK OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
consent) except for men now in the 6. Option to retire at half pay President of the United States are voted Assessment of Property for Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article V of the
Army who reenlist at for the rest of your life after 20years' August 14 11540\ furl and II any such law respecting theassessment the Collection ol Taxes, by Adding Constitution of the State ef Florida be
and former may any age, service increasing to thr... NOTICE I* UBUEBT GIVES[ that and collection ol municipal Thereto Additional Sections to Provide amended by adding thereto sn additional
service men dependingon quarters pay after 30 years'service. fllltlllant to Section D of Chapter taxis end assessments, or either of them, that In the County of Bay. State ol section to be known as Section 48 of
length of service.. All active federal military 14"08.\ Laws or Florid' Acts of lU37, by county tax officers Is accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall said Article, relating to the election of
3. A reenlistment bonus of $50 the MIIU'UY ACT. .od la ratified at the referendum election as Assess the Property of the County for the the Judge of the Court of Record In and
for each of service aervice counts toward retirement known II Laws provided herein the same shell become ol State, County School for Escambla County and the County
year active since 01 Chapter *' such bonus was last paid or since 7. GI Bill of Rights benefits ... rlnrl.ln tirstiancB: Arts of 1041. known a* the effective on the first day of January Levied by the Solicitor of std County and the same ,.
School Board
next succeeding such referendum election. State, County, County
nis- hereby agreed to, and shall be submittedto
last into service cured for men who enlist on or before DHAINAQB :
entry provided rvrnor-APEs School Districts, Special. Tax School Districts the electors of the State of Florida
reenlistment Is within 3 months October J, 1946. UIC"T ACT the followingdeaprlbed, SECTION 1 Before any law described and Municipalities of the' County for ratification or rejection et the Gen.
; Drainage
after last honorable discharge. 8. Choice of branch of service Innd. sltiinti'd In Kverglnrlca County I lor.l.ln In the preceding section of this Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA!: era! Election to b. held on the flrit

4. A furlough for men who reenlist and overseas theater (of those still District. In Okeechobee offered for sale at public shall be of any force end effect, it shall TURK: OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA Tuesday after the first Monday In November
within 20 will he be accepted and rstllled by a msjorlty That the following Amendment to Article 19-18 as follows
days. details of ) enlistments
on 3-year bent cash
open outcry for the highest and vote ol the qualified electore ol Orange VIII of the Constitution of the SECTION 48. Th. Judge of the Courtof
bill aiihjcct to the right of the Trustees County, Florida, at a referendum electionto State of Florida relative to the Assessment Record In and for Escamnia County
of the Internal' Improvement be called and held far the purpose and Collection of all taxes in the and the County Solicitor ol ald Countyshall
MONTHLY Fund and of the Hoard of Controls of determining whether such law shall un State ol Florida, by adding hereafter be electee by the qualified
NEW PAY SCALE RETIREMENT loners of Everjloilee Drainage Die- be accepted and ratifl.d or rejected by thereto: additional sections to be electors ot sold county ss other SU'. and
StorMno INCOMIAI-TE2: trlrt to reject any end all bids at the the qualified electors ol said i.ourciwithin : known as Section 14 and Section IS, bend county officials era elected The first
lese Payer rnnrthotixe beginning at 10:00: Such referendum election shall the same la hereby agreed to and election of the Judge of the Court of
20 Veen' 30 Year.In .
i>'rlo<>l( .,. :M on HIP Illli '1m "fSi ninety dsys after the effective shall be submitted to the Electors of Record In and for Escambla County and
Addition te Feed Month L.rvlts Savl.
Clothing, Waster Sergeant date of such law. The Board of ol Solicitor of said ,
nti>mbcr. 1I>4A Aa to pnrrels nt IlIn.1ut ) any the State of Florida for ratiflcatlcn or Iht.C l'ctty. county
edging Medlsol end DentalCere. County Commissioners shall provide for the general election to beheld I the General Election in
First title to half rejection'at
( one-
or Sergeant 165.00 #107.25 $185.6 ton acres or more,
referendum election 19 8. to take office the first TII..doy'alter
of such
of and three.fourths of the holding any on the first I Tuesday alter the llrat
Technical Sergeant U5.00Staff 87.73 151.0 petroleum end notice thereof shall be publishedby Monday in November 1946 aa foUowst the first Monday In January 1919.
reserved by
other minerals will be said Board once each week foe at fur a term of four years. The term or
In addition to PlY shown at Sergeant 115.00 74.73 129.i Trustees nf the Internal Improvement least four successive weeks Immediately SECTION 14.1, From and after tenure of office of anyone heretofore

right 20% Incrssse for ServiceOysrsess Sergeant . 100.00 65.00 112.J 111111. Easements for road right. of next prior to the' date of such election January 1, 1948, the County Tax Assessor or hereafter appointed to either of the
50% If Member ol war 200 feet wide will be reserved by In a newspaper of general circulation In In the County of Bay, State of Florida offices herein mentioned shall not be ex.
101.2c' said Trustees from any parcel through said County. Except as herein otherwise shall assess sU property for all Stat., tended hereby. Any vacancy In eitherof
which there la an eilatlnir. state road : provided, the laws ol the State County School and Municipal taxes to said offices which occurs prior to said,
:shad b. levied In the) County by the State.County first Tuesday after the
and eaaemrnt for drainage and to the holding ol general elections first Monday In1an".I7.
of Service. Private 73.00 48." 84.3 County School Board, School
reclamation and for road purposes cover the holding ol any such refer- 1949, shall b. filled by appoint
idum election. law shall Districts, Special Tax School Districts ment by the Governor and confirmation
will he reserved hv the Board of
Cotnmlfisloners! of Drainage be i accepted and r.tifl.t'by: the majority and Municipalities. I by t the Senate as heretofore provided by
ol electora participating la (21 The Legislature shall at the Legistla the Constitution but In no case for any
0101 rlcl. referendum election, such law :l.l1"be. live Session In 1947 end from time to longer than until the first Tuesday after
Listen to "Wirrhn ol Peace; 1 Pesrrlptlon come and b. In lull lore and effect, but time thereafter' enact laws specifying the the first Monday in January, 1940 and
"Vo/". ot the Amy" "ProudlyWe f.nta I. 2 & 3. lllock 3, pnvla Sub U at any such election a majority of the Bowers, functions duties and compensation the term or tenure of office of anyone .
Nail," Mtrk Wtrnow"i Army illusion\ electors participating therein shall vol. of County Tax n..v..ur. designated appointed to either of said offices for
Show "Sound OH," "Hfrry Wtn TKl'STFFS: OP T1IR IVTEHNI nat the acceptance and ratificationo1el In paragrsph 1 ol this Section 14, and the term beginning In 1947 shall expire
.r Sports Review," end "Spot. IMI'ltOVFMENT: FUND law It shall b. null and void shaU likewise I provide by law for the on said first Tuesday after the first
OP TUB STATE! OF FLOUID :nel"ur no ;force and effect. Th ran.vsuing extension on the assessment roll of the I Monday In January 1049.
litht Sands" on your radio. .\. board of said County shall certify County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied SECTION!: t. Any provision of the
BOARD OF COMMISSION-BUS the result of any such referendum by the State County, County School Constitution In conflict herewith II here
sT/if/st sew at neeresf Army UttrulHng Sratloit end "' .... Ir a MIIII".,
year OF EVFROI.ADFS DRAIN. ejection to the Secretary ol State within Board School Districts, Special Tax by repealed.IN .
AOn" DISTRICT! tea days alter the holding thereof.HOUSI school i Districts and munlclpalitles.SECTION .
for Trustees of the Internal I January 1, 1MB the County; TalC Collector hereunto set my hind and afflxsd the
Improvement Fund and : JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Mstltutloa In the County of Bay State of Florida Great Seal of the State of Florida at
for Hoard of Cnmmlesloneranf 0\ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing .n shall tolled all taxes levied In the Tallahassee the Capital this the' 1st day
Everglades Dralnaire Die.trlit Amendment to Article VIII of the Con. County by the State, County, CountySchool I of August A. D. 19 6.
WEST PALM BEACH Okeerbubee County, of the State of Florida Relative Baird, School Districts, Bpeclel (SEAL ,
FlorJa te liieiiment M Property tot Taxea aid Tax gheel BUUleU tail tilUDietpaUUea. SeacelayA SIIIa.

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Miss Betty Macon became the: Perhaps not 'enough publisher, SHOW INCREASE FOR WEEK pursuant to Section 19 (I hspier
: :aiMI-W, Laws of Florida Acts of loll,
bride of Damon Walker In a quiet .and advertisers have considered th and lIe"lIol1' OT Chapter l(717. Law

newspaper as being the only, mediato Payments of unemployment compensation of Florida, Acts of 11)31. ks smeujeil
at" the Church by Section' '
ceremony Baptist 11' '"I'MM.' I.awa of
date which has a consistently constant In Okeechobee County dur I lurldu': Arts : hull, 'al
Tuesday night at 7130 with Rev MM. audience Ing the week ending August 17 limit Laws of to HIT Florida.11.in ii: ,Acl.' Cba'pter"02ur of >!z"
Martin officiating Only the Im That was proved In a rncent re amounted to 484.fiO/ and were made amended by Section 10 Chapter 22U7I: ?,
hews ' '"'Iurlola.| Arts ..t 1W3. and
mediate families and a few friendsof lease from Bureau of Adwrtlslnp, to 39 persons, 4 men and 35 women Ni-ptloii 44. UbaplPrMil.. Laws of

the couple were pre.ent.The American Newspaper Publishers as I Carl B. Smith, Chairman of the 11"110"Hnrlilu.' teClmpterr,22070"'slew" || br of

J loclatlon, and should be on encouraging Florida Industrial Commission .riled '
re IiiIssisrUM
lF bride U tho only daughter of ( rhobeeal'ountr
note to those who feel I ported. I'lurldu, lo.wlt:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason and wan
Lot 3, Block
that newspapers arvslipplng, Throughout the state $127,474 wa tee 108. Clly of Okoppbo-
aa., born and raised here and/graduated
$ 2A "There I II practically no seasonal paid In compensation to 3,0(13( men LulN),i4 & 5 Illk. 3. Nevis 8/1)
from the OkeCchobee nigh School Lab 1. 2 & !a, Itlk. 3
nty of 0kes.raobee
variation In the circulation of week and 3,023 women, n total of 6,080. -
Mr. Walker la the youngest son orM1'
day newspapers," states the ,bureau Unemployed, persona In this J Lot 8. Block 58, City of Okee-
and Mrs. Ben Walker of Canal pbolipe
article. "The number of people who county, registered for suitable Jobs
Lots 1 to lOInI'.
Point. He was born and raised In Blk. 120
buy and read newspapers remains were classified as! City ot Okeeohobee
Okeechobee and graduated from the will be ottered for sal at DUDlle eat
pretty much the same month after Clerical, telephone operator, one cry for the I bMt c sb
Okeoi-hobe School.
High ittaa: lot
I month throughout the year. Just as woman Skilled, pipefitter, one man "Uhject to tb of tbe Board
Following the ceremony a reception I'oiiiuilMliinHni or IDrerglades Druln-
a, -r" many people read newspapers In Skilled, foreman, construction, one age HI l trlct, un.l/or Hoard uf Couuty
% was held at the home of Mr CouimlMlonpri of Okeei'holM't Couuty.
ra July and August a* In February and man. Semiskilled, motor grader operator HurlJu. to reject any and all bids
and Mm, Harry Mason which was
March, because the news Is Important one man. Semiskilled, fireman lit the Courthouse lipglnnlng at 10 UUotlnik
p attended hy the wedding party anda A. M. nil Ib lilth' day "f
to everybody every day. The difference stationary holier, one man. Un Stiitimlivr'' HMO. KinpniPiit for ilrnln-
few Intimate friends of the couple. In circulation between the skilled, laborer, canning, thlrty-fou I age and rccliiiniitli.il and' rood purIIIIHPS -
Following: the reception the couple will IIP reserved
high month of November and the low women. ItOAIIl) uH" .OMMmiONKItaOP !
pr left for a short honeymon which
month of January Is only ,3 of 1 per KVKKGI.ADKS UltAINAUD -
will be spent In the Northern part DI8'r'llic'I4OAUlnd
cent. Which means that with newspapers VERY TliULYOURS
of the State. Upon their return they nv. COl'NTY COM
the advertiser can reach virtually SIINO10N1at8! : OK. OKKKCllU-
will make their home here Bide:J COI'NTV.:'; "'1.011.ltA..
the same number of people (Continued from Page 1) MABEL,
STATE HOSPITAL overflow patients former Ground School building, during any month of the year. It the people wll be protected, they Clerk of beP Circuit I Court ofOkep ,
from Chattahoochee will be both of concrete block with stucco, FLORID CANNERS WILL <'hiil.ee) County Inrlda,
the construction of 17' of the 38 means, too, that for the advertiser will turn to the Democratic Party I as mil-lit for sold Bu rd..
housed In this facility near Arca- SPEND: \SY Mil.LIONS) FOR By Connie \V Raulel'lofl.lJeputy ,
buildings at the facility. Title was who has a year-round selling Job to A very encouraging and significantnew

dia which the State has acquired acquired t3: the property and all EXPANSION SURVEY SHOWS do the newspaper Is the practical movement which I II Just gaining Clerk

from the Federal government as heavy equipment. Surplus furniturewas and economical medium available." strength is the spontaneous organ) 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllll
surplus. Above, the administration also acquired from other Instal A recent by the Florida
building of Dorr field and below the lotions survey Regardless of how extravagant the nation of veterans, beginning with

Cnnners Association Indicates that claims of any other media, there Is McGinn County, where they turne

no less than $13,000,000 i U being nothing that can match the proof of out a corrupt organization, and laterIn GILBERT

spent In the expansion of canning circulation and the Alamo Tennessee
newspaper constancy where a state
TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, and processing facilities In the state It maintains In any season of wide veteran organization was THEATRE

CASH REGISTERS The survey showed that at least the Nor Is it likely that this formed the avowed .
year. purpose of which :-:==:: ::==:.:. t.: :
BOUGHT & SOLD : three plants have pent or are position can he altered materiallyby Is to break the power of the vicious
spending approximately $1,500,000 any advancement In the qther and corrupt political machines, Sunday and Monday

Repairs To AU Makes apiece In preparation for the comingseason fields of disseminating news and ad- whether they be Democratic or Republican
that a dozen others are making vertlslng. and to turn the people's September 1-2, 1946

Improvements that will run froma Newspapers are finally awakening government back to the people them

The Craft Shop quarter to more than a million dol to the need for presenting the selves. This movement, seen again "PRIDE OF TilE MARINK8"

lars. and that most of the rest are actual coverage. Tho newspaper Is the background of a recent pol with

malting smaller expenditures which no longer a novelty. It is as mucha which showed that 63 per cent of th John Garfield

P11:13: : 633 - - Ft. Pierce are designed to keep processes up to commodity In the home as food young voters of the country were Eleanor Parker

date and to provide improved work The newspaper Is a family need Democratic, Indicates that these vet

---- --- ing conditions. rather than a source of mere enter- Crane organizations: will generallywork also

... "' .4 .mIP'.1t__ ,n.t Fifty-seven plants put up Florida tainment. The circulation record with the Democratic Party THIS IS AMERICA

citrus products last season, whena speaks for itself-winter and summer where It Is the truly liberal force Ina "I'AS.UJ.\

record pack of 49,000,000! cases was the newspaper audience U con given state or area. Musical Cartoon Newsreel

I,I turned out and at least five new processors .-Minnesota Press This veterans movement 1 Is a lo

Okeechobee Armature Shop will be In the field this sea >OTI( I: TO ('()CTa \('TOHSOH earlier, and exhibiting a great: deal

son, records of the Canners Association ! KO\I If F II' II'DMMIITMfNT'I Tll.: AT: .tTF: more force politically, than the vet

Indicate 'll I 1111 till xxrnHmlilii. erans movements after World War I Friday and Saturday
\nuimt, 27 111(1(
M \lyn.c.'ill: . and In my own opinion, holds the September 6-7, 1910
ELECTRIC MOTORS, FANS, FAT SALVAGE < ON'' I'111 C'l'ln... I'Iiolat.tal greatest promise for democracy In
Sealed "1,1. \\'lll hI' ,,' .'lM', III this
Housewives .Cllip from (Mnlirii-,1 1 who live In rural .
.ill 10 :'HI ..1.I.. ( I.:. X. T.) un the 11Hh\ the horizon. For veterans
areas have an opportunity to turn ,Inv of September' 1011;. for the pprIllinium ,
In much greater qunmties of used I < nl 'the fiiltiinlnir w'o,'k : fought for democracy In the world "COMIVT. ROUND THE
Mule Trojixl. Apt No, ilab' -Ilxl: lined
han .. ..,.. I They want to see it at home. They MOUNTAIN"also
REPAIRED fat urban women. Used fat 'i. VI.! tike. h.lce ('Ollhl,". hrl.lno
nnil uppr." .lib- I,t Tn\l..r. Crci-k fought against: totalitarian dictatorship
I from farms I II not saved In kitchen Nark In innxlHt of eoiMtriiillnii, ii
'alone; It comes from butchering and lirlilitp 2410 Tt. In l.'liltlh rnimUtliiK abroad. They are not going: to
..: nf n fij ht ..liiKliIniif I ''''.''lIh' tolerate petty political dictators at "CAPTAIN KIDD"
All Work Guaranteed tallen- anlmal, too. pun and 1 mm 1H! .M. rod'flas .U I. "'t.piuiirptp '
I Firm participation the fat salvage dark glrilpr o .i"ranch SIHIIIMun dome. CARTOONS NEWSREEL
iiii-ciiMt oncri'le pll.'n ; grading'
drive Is very personal-nearlj HIP r""IIWII.'u".lrlldlllll hums Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker, Jr, returned
rural home In the nation has hark HUM- with MlliiniliiniiK lie
Y every to 'their home here Wednesday
I li.'inl 1-III.rll", i': unit" liulil.'liliil Hi'iiiH
L. STftSCKEL "made It do" or "done without" dur 'I'h I <' li-NKlli. l I. iiipruxliinittl07l| after spending several days o Coming
C. ing the lade. .\ (,'rll fI.,1 i'hii'k In I thenni.nint :
war jears.Household "r tt'llee.Nu. will hI' regnlred, ', last week with Mr. and !Mrs J. W Attractions"DOLL
and other Items and .'..r inch |prupnnl| il ccrllll..l .III''k Yeoman and Mr. and Mr Morrl
In HIP niiiiiiinl 0''"""" nbovp. 'iiiinlpluljnlilc
farm will available
Located in Markham be
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Barnett at Fort Ogden FACE"
to the Cbiiliiiinu", ol tin1 HlntiIduiil They wer
sooner If farm wives conscientiouslysave l>i ,i.nrlni.'iil' '. \\llli HIP. ncccuxiTyMnliii accompanied home by Mr. Morrl
North Park Street used Dm.iiiiipntiirShiiiiin' | ntlni.hi'il.IIIIIHl .. "SCARLET STREET"
and turn in drop of
Barnett and little
erc'outpnuy'''| l-lllll Illll( .All "",'11. daughter, Carolyn
fat. Laundry loops, packaged soaps, II..I ..he.'kH .hill I lie i.Ttlllc.lllhlii. who remained the week em
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jft-oduct* require Inedible fall and dieikH "f II.|.utwo lin<.Ht hiililem, Yeoman came over to carry then "kITTV"

-.........-- ,, .--. oils to make will All liu work ihpoMltpil.to be dour' In ai"iiiriliiiupnllh home Sunday afternoon.
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SIMM'!Inl l'r"'I.I""o ol tinMule Komil
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;, Kathleen Norris Says :
RelatedOn Sees Houses Grow ,
New Bong Stories ,

Anniversary of DeathBy Five Year ReconstructionPlan A Way With Men

Well Under Way. BeD 8rn E' SCRE 0
WNU Features.On .
waatera Newspaper Union.
RtUaMd by
HIROSHIMA.-Grass 'and housesare
the first anniversary of the untimely death of Maj. f
sprouting again in this atom- 'c 1, By VIRGINIA VALE
Richard I. ,Bong of Poplar, Wis., America's ace of aces, bombed town, which: has begun a ? HEPBURN

many interesting facts concerning the modest farm youth five-year plan for the constructionof KATHARINE drowned at

who skyrocketed to fame in the armed service of his coun- amity a city dedicated to international sea while making a picture a a

revealed for the first time by the memorial foundation .
try are Spurred by the advice of a young George Zukor directed; it

bearing his name. American-Lt. John D. Montgom. was in scenes for "Sacred and

The admiration and respect to"A ery of Kalamazoo, Mich.-Hiroshima t Profane Love" that Greer

the air hero who shot down 40 Jap. of his tramps into the woods, gun municipal and prefectural au. a Garson was swept into the
anese planes held by his friends and in hand and a faithful dog at his' thorities already have drawn up
neighbors In the tiny village of Poplar heels The Bong family still retains plans for a 70 million yen,, ($4,666,. sea at Monterey, with Zukor
in northwestern Wisconsin, la Dick's favorite hunters. 867) city It would be one of the directing. Not getting to be

indicative of the personality and Establishes Record.On most scientifically planned in the It a habit with him, we hopel! Well,
character traits of Bong the man. July 28, 1943 he became Orient. he's directed the great of stage and

Shunned Limelight: America's leading ace of World WarII The new Hiroshima win cluster: screen Ethel Barrymore, Laur-
Bong never considered .TTinself a when he added four victims to around the skeletal dome of the for- ette Taylor, Greta Garbo, Ingrid

famous personage. He never his string. His total was 15 and he mer Museum of Industrial Art. The ff- Bergman, with great success and
thought he was a hero and he consistently i rapidly was approaching the mark skeleton building almost in the exact no casualties. "All these women are

refused to accept the set in World War I by Capt. Eddie center of the first atomic blast,
plaudits of the crowd. Inherentlyshy Rlckenbacker. He had engaged In will be preserved as a ghostly H ,.
and overly modest he shunned his 25th operational flightIn monument to the explosion. l I% Wu v

attempts of friends to place him in August, 1943 he was promoted Hiroshima today is a teeming

the limelight to the rank of captain and In Octo- community neater and more alert
It ta a matter of record that ber he received the Distinguished and better fed than Tokyo. i swua awe.
he usually tried to pass the Service Cross from General Mac Grass poking through the ruins has
glory on to others to his Arthur for heroism over New given former residents confidence to
ground crew, his fllghtmatea Guinea's. Markham valley on a return. Most boy are not marl enough to keep a commotion going; that it At
and even to parents of all serviceman. mission flown July 26. "People don't fear radioactivity or ,irl', job, and ht resents ii
It was his statementthat Bong passed Captain Rickenbacker's other bad effects" one explained By KATHLEEN NORRWHY / '
"the real heroes of this record of 26 planes on April 13. "10 long as they can see grass PLAYING HER PART
war are the parents who sit and 1944 when he shot down his 26th growing" men want to mar-
wait at home and suffer the and 27th enemy planes In April Mayor Hichiro Kihara, said the certain women and Some women are popular

real tortures" 1944, Bong was promoted to major present population Is around 172,000 want to marry with men while others who
Although Bong in early childhood and a short time later he was presented and is increasing approximately may be prettier and more intelligent
showed keen interest in aeronautics with the Congressional Medal 8.000 a month. The city housed half others, is a mystery no one are not. Miss Norris

and flying, It is doubtful that he a million persons when the bomb has ever been able to solve.A explains that women who gain

ever thought he would realize an fell.Hundreds woman can be everything and hold men's interest knowa
ambition to pilot a plane. He would of small wooden houses admirable clever
; pretty, few little tricks, and use
gaze longingly at planes that passed have been erected. will GREER GARSON
over his father's farm, dreaming in /. capable, pure and men them. She tells about a woman
S Some businesses have begun returning her by. Older men, in her thirties who although before "
awe at the miracle of flight rMt to pass onllke any you ever saw ,
Planned to Teach. ;; were gutted concrete by fire buildings but are which still younger men, popular men neither beautiful nor he says, "and when first you see

Of modest circumstances he standing. and unpopular men, no man wealthy, is always able tc attract hem, you are not sure that you

looked forward to a teaching careerin Other sees Winifred at all. Her women the attentions of almost like them. But once people become
his native state. To this end he are booming In i she wishes. accustomed to peculiarities of strikingly -
small friends tell them about man
painted wooden any
buildings A thousandstry
was enrolled at Superior State individual actresses,
motion picture house is "I've asked Winifred Her little technique is to be "
showing her
Teachers college in Superior Wis., ; to be like them.
during the days that fate was "Watch on the Rhine." Several souvenir Martin for you. She's a dar- always feminine always helpless -*-

sweeping America towards war. .tt shops have signs reading ling. You'll love her." But and dependent. She lets Kenny Baker steps In as emcee

By May of 1941 Dick had enteredthe "Welcome Occupation Forces." they never find her a darling, the man she is with help her and star of "Glamour Manor" September -
army. In November he was accepted But the fiery Imprint of the bomb over rough spots in the road, 30, on ABC. The show will
as an air cadet. That Bong II all around-In charred trees waving and they never love her. or show her how to swim better have the same format as last year;

was an apt pupil and skillful in the f grotesque arms and in the On the other hand, there are ; anything to make him story three days a week, audience
Adele has beena
handling of airplanes was Indicatedsoon sprawled rubble of buildings and women like Adele. and capable. participation Tuesdays and Thurs-
feel superior
worthless character
started. In rutted streets.Tries completely
after his training lays, Baker every day
all during the 20 years since she Her conversation is not brilliant .
January 1942 he was made an Instructor -liP--
at Luke Field. In September was 18. She has married three but she keeps it going, Denmark's "Viking Girl" who's

of that same year he was on his Four Shots at times; she Is treating her present and she puts in a food bit of aimed a long-term contract wltb
way to the Pacific theater, wherehe husband just as she did the two pre- flattery for her male companion Ball Wallis productions, baa the
accomplished the deeds now so Target; Fifth Scores vious ones, and this marriage will She gives the impressionthat leading feminine role In "The Beggars -
well known to the world. CHICA&O. A end in divorce as the earlier ones She and
man walked into she is friendly and happy. Are Coming to Town.
'Pro babies' Unrecorded. a shooting gallery here and paid did.Adele Too girls, Miss her family were among the last U
Other airmen hailing his recordof Leo Halper 21, the attendant 25 Is not especially pretty, nor many says awkward leave Denmark before the German
Norris and
has she wealth. But she has something are shy
"kills," have stated that Bong cents to rent a .22 caliber target occupation.
6 rl pistol. that renders the average male because they are really egotis
shot down at least 9 or 10 more -*-
planes than he was credited with. He fired four shots at a bell helpless in her talons. She is as cold tical. They expect the man to Jane Withers got her start in films
but that because of his rather unorthodox I WAR HERO'S ANNIVERSARY target all of which missed the as a female cobra inside she is as play to them to flatter them, in a Shirley Temple picture,
be she is
selfish woman can ,
as a
methods of alr-flghtlng, . MaJ. Richard I. Bong, Wisconsin mark, then turned to Halper: Intellectually a complete loss. But to carry the burden ofconver* Bright Eyes." Now that they're
these never were recorded official. farm youth, was America'sace "Didn't you put live ammunitionIn matter she has a with men sation. Many men are'unable both grown-up. Jane says she'd like
ly. He had a habit of trailing his war pilot being credited with this thing?" Halper nodded. no and at 70 ,she will still way be charming to do this. They expect the to make another picture with Shirey. -

enemy to doom and consequentlyno 40 Jap planes before he was killedIn "Aim and keep shooting" he them into thinking her the most desirable girl to keep the talk flowing, She proves what a real actress
witnesses were on hand to verify said encouragingly The he is as a reporter in "Danger
a test flight. man little armful of cuteness in to maintain the easy, pleasant
these probables.Of turned the pistol against his chest close Street"William
the world. relationship friends.
further interest Is the observation of Honor by General MacArthur oo and shot himself near the heart. -7IE--
The she makes is one When
that the majority of Bong's Leyte island. impression girl finally realizes Wyler can't see why the
The man died on the way to St.Luke's of friendliness, happiness and easl- that she her
missions Fatal must play part,
were accomplished at long Test Flight doctor said it was just "a common
range; he flew hundreds of miles Major Bong scored his 40th Jap hospital He was identified ness. If unmarried women, going and a bit more in the game cold" that laid him up during the

most of the time before encountering plane in December 1944, and not through records Veterans'In administration lonely and wistful into their 30s she is past her youth with all liming of Goldwyn's "The Best
his pocket as Eugene could the value of these three
actual combat Even so he managed long afterwards he was ordered grasp its natural charm. She must Tears of Our Lives." He figures
H. Young 40 of Butler be
there would no more
to outscore all pilots, not onlyin back to the United States for spe.clal Pa. who qualities then try doubly hard to be in- that the cost of halting production
was honorably discharged unwilling spinsters. I don't mean
the Pacific area but also on the duty. He was made a test pilot for a day costs exactly $3,323.15. Oi
from the army November that Adele is really friendly or teresting.one .
European front and it was while flying an army jet. course, that Included the salariesf
8, 1944 after serving five she merely gives that Im
Ills success and skill no doubt propelled fighter that the accident happy; stars, extras,and technicians. As
were accounted for by his accurate occurred which cost his life on August months. Scrawled on a card was pression. else wants. Adele got the Ferguson for the extra 15 cents that .was
"If I'm still alive call a priest" 'You're Wonderfull'! boy and Marian got that Yale
"eye. It was an accepted 6, 1945. Two days later he was for a box of aspirin.
fact that Dick's eyesight buried in the quiet little country If it is a picnic Adele slips a boy." Ha. And I'm supposed to --
was most unusual for he could cemetery at Poplar confiding warm little hand into the entertain this big clumsy thing with Peter Lind Hayes, considered by
Nylon Crash Harness nearest male hand and says, the glasses Ha. I should to
sight an enemy plane quicker The foundation bearing Dick worry a lot of people the best comediannow
than else In his "Hang onto me, I'm a perfect little find something that interests him! to Hollywood
anyone squad- Bong's name was organized by men :Tested for Navy Pilots at large, reports
ron. Once he got on the trail of and women from all walks of life. fool about hills or woods or If they want to pair me off with the In the fall for his first picture role;
a Zero It was almost certain Its objective Is to perpetuate the WASHINGTON. The navy is beaches," as the case may be. If its one they don't like, I'll simply sit ie'11 play a press agent in Nunnallyohnson's
death for his foe, for he rarely memory of deeds of all American testing a "deceleration harness" a dance she surrenders her whole here. I have more brains in my "Mr. Peabody and the
missed. airmen of World War II, as sym shaped like a fencer's vest to save fragrant little body Into the arms of little finger than he has in his whole Mermaid." Radio row still is gap-

Around his home town of Poplar bolized in the valor of Major Bong. pilots from being killed in crash her> partner, presently to say, body, and if he won't talk, neither tog over the very sensible stipulations
friends will tell you even today This it proposes to do through landings. The announcement said "You're wonderful!" will I." he made when first radio offers -
that Bong had a real hunter's instinct awarding engineering scholarshipsto the lightweight harness has not yet If it's a beach fire, with frankfurters This sort of thing at 17 leads to were dangled before him-$100
been tried In planes, but in tests and barbershop chords a lonely 37. A smarter girl would
His mother has said that high school graduates and a week for himself $3,000 for script
has withstood over 10,000 pounds of Adele leans against the man nearest take on the discarded boy with all
Dick observed things in the dark through erection of a shrine at Pop writers. He learned the Importanceof
that others would miss. She tells bar impact the equivalent of flying her She slips her hand into his. her power of charm. She would writers after an unfortunate experience
straight into the ground at 100 She sends him by firelight a glitter. get him talking ask him to come
__ ..,.. .. .__ ___ __ ....___;u.u__.::;..... ..__ miles per hour. Volunteers on a special ing look of affection and challenge. and have supper some night. He how. with the Beatrice Kay

test rig at the Naval Medical Sometimes it doesn't work. But 9 may be the big surgeon of.I960; be -- e

Research Institute Bethesda, Md., times out of 10 it does. may be the engineer who is goingto Tommy Dorsey, working in "The
barely grunted under the sudden application What Adele knows by instinct, of take his wife some day to the Fabulous Dorseys," (United Artists

of 63 times the force of course for she has no brains, is most fascinating places of the whole release) is prepared for anything. ...

gravity.The that a man Is as shy as a girl He world. The way Hollywood does things"
violent strain is absorbedby wants to be on easy terms with the The Adeles of this world may be said he, "I'm not sure they won't

specially processed undrawn girl; with whom he is paired off; callous cold-blooded, empty-headed ask my brother Jimmy to portrayme
nylon which stretches under the he wants other men to think be hasa little flirts But they give. The and then ask me to play
impact The navy expects the ideato terrific way of getting on with quiet, respectable admirable girl Jimmy
a s have commercial as well as military them; he wants other less occupied too often expects only to take. She -lip--

application, commenting that couples to look over his way will not stoop to a little harmless I The "experts" on "It Pays T.
1011 of life In commercial airline and wonder how ,he and that little flattery. Why should she? Men are Be Ignorant" are frightfully dlsa,.
crashes often results from passengers brunette have found so much to quite conceited enough! She will not pointednot a single romance has
being thrown from their seats laugh and chatter about. 'try to Interest the quiet, clumsy, developed between contestants

and fatally injured. If he gets a nice, stiff shy girl spectacled boy who has been assigned who've met when appearing on thirogram. <
whose specialty Is awkward pauses, to her; the fascinating men, More than a hundred
Jail's Out of Bread So who can't for the life of ber be the dancers and tennis players, the couples have been Introduced U

natural and relax, he feels humll- newcomers who have taken the each other; Friday after Friday, s
Judge Releases 10 Men sated and angry Most boys are not town's girls by storm have been young man and a young woraas.

DES MOINES IOWA.-Bread to smart enough to keep a conversation grabbed by the more sophisticatedgirls. have been selected from the audio
HARDY ANIMALS: . In an attempt to fill the need felt by cattle- some may be the ptaff of life but to going; that is the girl's job, And she has Sam Sloane who ence and brought to the stage But
men In cold regions of North America for a breed of beef cattle which 10 men charged with drunkenness 'and he resents It if she falls downon was with her In grammar school Tom Howard still baa hopes.
would weather sub-zero conditions A. S. MacLellan, dominion herdsman the lack thereof meant freedom. Municipal it. and who stammers, to entertain! -*-
at Walnwrlght, Alta., Canada, started crossing male beef cattle Judge Charles Cooter re- I Shy Girl Is Egotistical. That stammerer may be speaking Marsha Hunt and Felix Bressarl
with buffalo cows 25 years ago. The result was "Cattalo." Todaythe Shyness in a girl Is a form of in the senate some day. Those will be seen in good company it'Carnegie
Cattalo looks more like a domestic animal than a buffalo, although discovered egotism. Self-consciousness Is obviously short-sighted eyes may be correct- Hall"-the cast Include

It has Inherited the latter's robust qualities and size. In An extended bakery strike has egotism. Stiffness is pride. Ing author's proof on the novels of ,' Jascha Helfetz Arthur Rubensteln,
weather which would freeze cattle, the Cattalo survives After the often the unpopular girl feels the next generation. But that won't
made bread hard to get here. "I Very Jly Fons. Rise Stevens and Bennj
third generation the buffalo hump has been bred out, reproductionbred just decided it would be easier for -even if she doesn't analyze or express mean anything to a certain prim, Goodman, Boston Symphony orche
In, so crossbreeding was dropped. Quality of the beef Is equalto this lonely unmarried woman, back in
the men to go out and find their own It-Iomethingllke tea, New York Philharmonic an1
that of the Aberdeen Angus, Shorthorn and Hereford. bread," the judge said. "I've evidently got the boy no the home town. Vatican choir.

. Many Texans Will/ 'Walk Themselves to Death'AUSTIN Skunk, Crow, No Foxes, i Potatoes They Won't are Make not fattening Ton Fat according ternhardt ODDS ,AND directing--3Y-ENDS-IThen"Pouetted Curtis a

In West Virginia Parks to Edith Lawrence, specialist farnti'i, calls "Joan!" he gear rt
TEXAS.-Approximate- Ing diagonally across the street in food preparation for the A. a poniei from loam Crawford, Win
ly 360 Texans will "walk themselvesto Pedestrian fatalities Increase CHARLESTON, W. VA. Efforts and M. college extension service. field Chandler and Lorin,. . JVfoon
death" this year Texas Safety around the hour\ of sunset in all of the West Virginia Conservation j( She says studies by the bureau of trad Robert Tayla,', signed mill

association predicts. seasons of the year, the survey commission to reduce the number of 1 \ human nutrition and home economics MG-Ml ,,', for 15 yean, no option*,
Most of the victims will walk shows, with the greatest number of red and gray foxes running show a medium-sized po- and ht can produce and direct if something
with the traffic and will come from mishaps between 7 p. m. and 8 p. m. through state parks have met with t.S tato contains about 100 calories, no spoils hit looks for acting. ?
behind parked cars to be struck during the summer months The general success except in the 5,812- more than the amount obtained Dennis Day breaks in a new radio program
down the association reports on the Saturday and Sundax toll constitutes acre Cacapon/ park. from serving of green peas. Potatoes "A Day In tht Lilt ol Dennt
of study of fatal accidents. approximately CO cent of Dayall October 3-NBC, Thursday
basis a per The laconic report from there do not step up poundage Miss
evenings . Frank Wilcox, features
Other pedestrians will meet death the total pedestrian accidents.The .
read: Lawrence lay's. Iff the company III *l Cover the Big Townbeca"" ,
while crossing at intersections survey covers fatalities during "Have caught one wild housecat, q g, they keep, such as butter and rich Interested In acting when t taletmat
Bfalnst the signal and while cross- the first six months of the year one skunk, one crow. No foxes." 'Thii leadt to t lonely ::17.- gravies that does it old him about a little theater ,roIl'THE


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Study Chinese I Changing CharacterOf

Improved SUNDAY Outmoded Rocker

Family TreesSons Uniform International l SCHOOL REMOVE ROCHERSANDADO


( The Moody Bible Institute ol Chicago LwFBE :
Records, daughters Released by Western Newspaper Union.

Mostly Ignored. j i .

Lesson for September 1

not WASHINGTON.worship their- The ancestors Chinese but do & ..z Lesion aubleet and Scripture texts seeded i? >''
and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil : :
a 1. revere and some the memory of their of genealogies notable ones go, permlialon.of Religious Education used by E i

back scores of years, reports the JESUS AND RIGHT USE
New York Times.Milton .
Rublcam, president of the By EDWARD EMERINE OF PROPERTY IN TODAY'S cramped living

National Genealogical society, WNU rai.... LESSON TEXT-Exodui 20:15; Proveorbs quarters there is little space for

writes In China Monthly of a studyof New Jersey the Garden State Is more 30:7.9; Matthew 5'25.33. a rocker that neither harmonizeswith
100 Chinese genealogies in the than the 90-mile MEMORY SELECTION-But lay up antiques nor modern furniture -
trip from New York to Phila. for yourselves treasure In heaven,
library of congress. The oldest Is delphia. It where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt Yet with the slight alterations
that of the Pi family of Hsln-an. never can be appreciated by hurrying and where thieves do not breakthrough shown here such a chair may
I through it or by dashing to "the nor steal: for where your tress- be made to home with
over seem at
Published in 17 volumes in 1509 it ur. U, there will your heart b* also
covers 31 generations dating fromA. Jersey side" for a few hours. But the vaca - (Matt .:20.21). either type of furniture.

D. 683. tionist and the well the After the rockers have been removed
sportsman as as
Labor Day tomorrow! And muchin be made to change character to
"In the genealogical portion of the farmer laborer industrialist or home-seek. the thinking of all America will tul'r the material 1 used for cushion and
work" Mr. Rubicam writes "was ., back covers
er, will find North Jersey, South Jersey and be the right division of the fruitsof e e e
given name of each his
person all points in between, well worth the time it takes for a investment of time and money This Idea Is from Home-Making BookletNo.
pen-nam%, degree received from an 5 which also contains more than 3e
examination official titles, dates of visit and inspection. New Jersey Is an empire in Its own Property rights are fundamental. of illustrated directions for other
right, the "Mighty Atom" among the states of this God's word teaches us the proper Rages to make from things on hand and
birth and death
name of his wife nation. Iyl attitude toward our own rights and Inexpensive new materials. Readers mar
of NEW I a copy of Book S postpaid for U cents
place burial number of ions and > ke'
t get
of It has great industrial areas where "Made in New OR the rights of others; namely, hon writing to:
names the Unlike'weatem sr
sons. Jersey" is stamped on thousands of products. Its agriculture esty, yes 'Just plain old-fashioned
genealogies the'Pi record
; did not
r "
is highly
developed. New Jersey provides homes ;
name the daughters of. the family, for its own workers as well as for tens of thousands who w In such a time, the believer in Bedford Hull, N. Y. Drawer II

although especial honor was paid to have a business address in New York City or Philadelphia Christ needs to be doubly vigilant Enclose II cent for Book ..
the women who, married into the
lest he accommodate his standards
Its broad
highways, each a scenic and historic Nam-
family and'.who< by theii deport- of honesty to those of the world.I. .
route, offer motor trips along the coastline of the great
ment, showed loyalty to their hue Honest In Purpose (Exod. 20:15): Address
Atlantic, or through the hills and valleys, forests and
bands and to the house of PL
We cannot tolerate anything in
farms, orchards and parks of the Interior I1'iIn
Family Regulations.. New Jersey one may have the bustle of the }tt ..q- TREN77DN word or deed that can be regarded

"The numerous family regulations city the vibrant life of seashore resorts, or the ? as stealing what belongs to another.

which were described In detail quietude of quaint, forgotten towns where time has %t e The very commandment against CLASSIFIED

provided that if the wives of stood still. There Is Bordentown where the 19th century stealing implies that men have a

the members of the Pi family were still lives on every street as well as small vil ;+ "' fa.fN rI'Iages right to that which they have made DEPARTMENT

of noble extraction their last names resting solidly the pockets of northern moonPu1LADELl1 o earned or saved.

and dates of birth should be stated.If tains. t b.4'. If no one had any property rights
the wives' fathers held official There is much for every American to re-live in New i' there" could be no stealing. Some of CLOTIIING, FURS, ETC

positions the fathers' names an4 offices Jersey where Gen. George Washington spent a fourthof our modern political and social Isms Sizes NYLON 32 34 BRASSIERES, M Money back SI.DO guarantee WHITE..

should be mentioned. But if his career as commander-in-chlef: during the Revolutionary deny such rights, but their reason- BOULDER DISTR., Box 1774 Wllihlre
Ing Is clearly not biblical or Chris La Br.. 55... Los Angeles. SB. Callternl.
the wives were not fortunate war Its scores of historic) shrines are rich in 4e C

enough to be descended from noble early American lore and legend. 5; { tian, MISCELLANEOUS
families they should be mentionedbut Take Cue From Indians. t "Thou shalt not steal," forbids every
kind of theft, and this includesmore The; Jamea Weight Redielng Plan I have
no further data about them When the early settlers arrived in New Jersey from ., helped hundreds lose from S to 75 It. and
a than robbery or ordinary I can help you tool Send for PLAN.
should be my
supplied. Europe! they found the Indians growing corn, pumpkins, ,, f stealing ( Lev. 19:11.13), H. K JAMES
"The Insistence upon moral virtue gourds, tobacco and beans. Taking a lesson from the natives see P. O. Box 115, Dept. 8L Pblla, S, Pa.sl.oo .
relates to every kind of false postpaid isealed.iFor
was carried to an extraordinary the settlers cleared the land, Imported seed and -e
with such
dealing another
degree, according to our west- livestock from across the sea, and developed an Important as op- Corns and CallousesNo
pression or the withholding just
ern notions agricultural colony. It became "the Garden State" No or Plasters needed to
"The second ,i wages. That, too, is stealing InGod' So EASY to use. Write for FREE Info
oldest Chinese colonies.t
of the tc f sight.Perhaps DON'S CHEMICAL COMPANY, Dent.
genealogy In the library of con- Today, New Jersey has prosperous small farms and ATlc we ought to be more 8330 Tenth 81. Riverside, lIt

gress collection was published In high types of agricultural specialization. Dairy and poultry -" specific and apply the truth to BEE..Removed from hou. or tree. to
1S3S. It relates our hive, without touching either house or
the story of the farms abound. Small and
grains crops are ...
own day. Stealing includes such b. Bees will then move honey Into hlv.
Wang family for 81 generations, extending grown in most parts of the state Most of New Jersey's Save property honey and beea with my
back things as loafing on one's Job, borrowing method bend >S3 00 for detalla.
to the Chun-chJu period farm products are consumed Dy money from the cash drawer OEO. HAWKINS R. I, Rl.hm.nd. Me.

(about 1091 B. C.) Its own cities, or by 1'niladelphla Sussex county are world famous. coast resorts, with boardwalks and taking goods from the stock with -
Among the more modern genealogies and New York. It is but a step from which is Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
I Trap rock sandstone, argillite convention hall Long Branch attracted one working, stealing another
consulted at the library by farm to market. granite, slate, marble, talc and conglomerate visitors from Philadelphia man's sermon and preachingit

Mr. Rublcam. one concerns the Alexander Hamilton selected the are quarried in New as early as 1730. as one's own, lifting material out

Chang family and was publishedin Wide, safe and sandy beaches are of another man's book without credit

eight volumes in 1870. It goes plentiful along the southern coastof contracting debts which one can

back 25 generations."Not New Jersey. Atlantic City is never pay, using false weights and

the least important featuresof measures, adulterating food or other
as "the playground of a nation.
the Chang genealogy,"Pr. Rubl ." material "watering" milk for 1 I

cam says, "are the discussions of I Traditionally New Jersey has sale, selling worthless stock, dodging I

the clan and family doctrines so been the home of many famous taxes or lying to the tax assessor

Important for the welfare and the people James Fenimore or using a slug instead ofa
nickel In the telephone to fftt Q'SutlhHtn SOUS es well as
happiness of the Individual and his Cooper and Capt. James Law escape

Immediate circle of'friends and rel rence of "Don't five up the.hlp" proper payment.One Hills next tint you lave yea
might add gambling (whichis
atives. The 12 clan doctrines may fame lived next door to
be briefly summarized as follows: each other in Burlington taking another man's property by shoes repaired
skill or by chance), making an unduly
Clan Doctrines. Robert Louis Stevenson, when in
large profit on the labor of yOU CAN WALK
America, lived at Manasquan.
1. toward ancestors. Ancestors
another, making money out of the
Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton
should be respected in a sorrows and failures of others, etc. FANTHERWITHOUT
fought their famous duel near
very humble manner. To be honest means to be fair and
"2. Respect toward parents. The Weehawken. George Washington that has broad implications. TIRING'
utmost must be taken of one's wrote his "Farewell Address" to
care II. Humble In Practice (Prov. 30:
parents, who should be providedwith the army In Berrien House at 7.9)).
food and clothing and whose Rocky Hill. Grover Cleveland, twiceU.
It may sound a little odd to hear
house must be in S. President, was born in New 1Aprm1.
kept repair. this man pray that he should be delivered
"3. Relations between husband Jersey Woodrow Wilson was pres. from prosperity. To ask to

and wife. Everything must be in ident of Princeton university and be kept from poverty is certainlyto n

harmony. governor of New Jersey before becoming make a wise request but to be

"4. Relations between brothers. President Walt Whitman's delivered from riches, why that's

Brothers should be affectionate toward tomb is at Camden. Alexander certainly not sensible. So reasons

each other and they should Woollcott was born in New Jersey the world, but as usual it is entire
their fraternal New Jersey is a great state-
not permit feelingsto ly wrong.
be disrupted by their wives or great in agriculture, in Industry, in Experience has demonstratedthat

their friends. the man who has an abundanceof

"5. Training of sons. Morality is VACATION PARADISE . Nature bas provided abundant attractionsto good things usually becomes selfsatlsfled. -

of primary importance. beckon vacationists to New Jersey. Sparkling lakes and mountains assuming that he deservesthe

"6. Selection of friends. Do not lure many to the Inland areas while the thrill of a seashore credit for his affluence, he for

select friends who are interested vacation draws countless others to the New Jersey eoast, with Its gets God, and what had been a good "BlacksLeaf

only In drinking and eating. One 120 miles of sandy beaches.. and useful life is soon destroyed.

should be willing to assist one's On the other band, it is true that 40OR
friends in time of distress. site of Paterson for an industrial Jersey, and It has unlimited quantities extreme poverty tends to break ..,
New scientistsand of sand and gravel, lime -s "ca''r'e'oAIN
"7. Marriage rules. One should be city. Early Jersey down a man's morale. Watching his Just A
Inventors accelerated the trend greensand marl and peat. IN FEATN sa..
careful to choose a wife from a family starve is not conducive to
toward Industrialization-John Fitch Despite three centuries of development a SPREAD ON ROOSTS
good, moral family. rza honesty if a man can lay his handson
Stevens with their about 48 cent of
and Col. John per
something to them
8. Relations of the family to so
steamboats, and Seth Boyden with New Jersey still Is In forest
ciety. Private affairs must not be whether it be his or not. We do not
made known to the public malleable iron and patent leather- Of great significance are the Justify stealing at any time, but we Here's One Of The Greatest

"9. Sobriety Do not drink or gam to be followed later by the genius of oystermen and fishing captains of can well understand that starvationcan

ble. Thomas A. Edison, the wizard of the Jersey coast, one of the world's turn the mind of a normal man 6100DIRONTONICS

"10. Avoidance of lawsuits. Do Menlo\ Park. truly great fishing grounds. From Into abnormal channels.

not become involved In court ac Today there are heavy industriesat Sandy Hook to Cape May, the coast III. Heavenly In Principle (Matt.

tions. Newark, brick and terra cotta provides every variety of fishing 6:23-28). YOutN

"11. Industry. Ore must have an works around Perth Amboy. shipyards Three Main Divisions, The Bible is concerned almost entirely
occupation. at Camden, ceramic plants at New Jersey might be called a with life on this earth. It tells If you lack BLOOD-IRON!

"12. Personal relations with other Trenton woolen mills at Passaic peninsula since, with exception of us very little about heaven except from TOM stria simple and anemia women that who you suffer re pale' so,

people. One must not commit acts textile plants at Paterson, and the 90-mile northern boundary from how to go there. But (and here Is weak, "dragged out"-this may be dueto

harmful to other people. Do not be- many; others in such cities as Elizabeth the Hudson to the Delaware it is the important point for us just now) Plnlcbam lack of blood-Iron TABLE'I'8-0D'80 try of Lydia the besthome B.

come greedy for property. Do not Bayonne and Jersey City. The entirely surrounded by water. It it does give us laws from heavenfor ways to build up red blood to
commit adultery." state ranks first In smelting and refining has three physical divisions In the life on earth. Our life here, our get more strength-In such cue pinkm's -
of and finishing WALTER E. EDGE attitude toward property Is to be Tablet are one of toe greatea
copper, dyeing north is a mountainous, lakestudded blood-Iran tonic you can buy
of textiles, and ranks high in region known as the Appalachian 0......, .f Mew I....'. heavenly in principle.We .

Escaped Soldier Patient rubber goods production.. It Is second Highlands. The central or Tri- education in hl.torlcallore. in pres. are not to be anxious (the WNU-7 -41Kidneys

Kills Self After Siege in manufacture of silk rayon asslc section with gently rolling ent opportunity in hope for a continued correct translation of "take no

and chemicals. New Jersey ranks hills, supports most of the state's greatness In the future. Its thought" vv. 23, 27 31) about our
PORTLAND, ORE. An escaped sixth in the nation for value of man urban and industrial development. Incomparable seacoast, its beautiful life about food raiment and other Must
mental patient, Sgt George
ufacturing. The large southern coastal plain lake and mountain country, its extensive necessary things. Proper forethought -

Farnum ans' hospital from' held the Roseburg city and county veter Mining Starts Early. has fruit orchards, market gardens, fishing and hunting grounds, is all right, but worry? Work Well-

wastes and miles of well as the innate hospitality of New!
Few people regard New Jersey asa swamps, pine as
police at bay with a .38 caliber pis.tot
mineral state However, in 1689 beaches and shallow bays. its people-two out of five of whom How shall these things be provided For You To Feel Well
forced then to throw tear
Portlandand Iron was mined in Monmouth county AU of New Jersey that touches own their homes-furnish proof, ? God will provide. Considerthe 14 hours .eery day f daya enry
into his room In downtown and this basic resource has been the Atlantic ocean is famous for enough of the greatness of New Jersey : birds. Do they have nervous wekj>eer stopping, tie kidneys Blur
finally killed himself after breakdowns about where their food uteWur from the blood
mined ever since. Zinc deposits at its seashore. Asbury; Park Is one the "Mighty Atom" among the II nor people were aware ef hew the
twice shooting at officers called to and shelter are to come from? They kidneys mug eonstaatly remeve aurplua -
known of North of this
Franklin Furnace and Ogdensburg, of the best Jersey states nation 1
subdue him.Famous cannot even pray and they are not mild, euee aetda aad other waateconcur
thou eanaot eta* la the blood
able to work and yet God feeds without Injury to health, there woe
be bettar nndenttudlng ef was the
'Fighting Lady'Is them. whole ,."'" la npeet when kidneys fall
Consider the glory of the flowers to function properly.

Placed in 'Mothballs' I'I of the field, for not even a king can Burning sometime,eeanty* wana er too that frequent aomethlaf urination

SEATTLE Th. carrier Yorktown dress as they. The Lord does it. la wrong. You may coffer Bagging backesh. -
.. headache, dlala_ rheumatic
"Are not much better than
the famous "Fighting ye palne, .. night! swelling.
Lady" was placed In "mothballs" they?" Why not f.Pt.:aa's PiUil You wit
the future? It Is In be using a medicine reeommeaded the
the fleet in brief What about
with reserve a cere- eounlry o *r.Coon a atlmulat the fiumetloa -
mony recently. God's hands, and even if it were of the kidneys and: help them bedu.h

Her skipper, Capt. M. E. Brow. In our hands what could we do withit out poUonoua'' nothing wait from. =the

der, told the 58 "Plank Owners"- ? Even tomorrow with its needs 0.5-SD.JJ'tocI" ,; U.s ellh .

men who were aboard at the commissioning Its blessings, its joys and its sorrows it all drag store..

that "we in the York- 1* not her. yet and when it

town are proud to have been a part does come there will come with it DOAN SPILLSI

of the greatest fighting fleet of all Typical New Jersey Mountain Seen God'i gracious provision (v, 84).




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Mn W. H. left Wednesday _h _'
I Too Late To ClassifyBy
for her horn In Moor Haven

I BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 1 RUSSELL KAY after spending the past two weeks We Pay Special Attention

here with her mother, Mrs. Austin ,

=DIRECTORY i iftmnrnmBtamiimnfflMMMngmilMMm Maybe I'm tllly and old fashioned, Pearce. to LADIES' DRESSESAll

but ,it seems to me that any condemnation
Mrs H. T. Bass, Jr. has accepteda
of Col. J. M. Lee and -
position with the V.ter.n.Admlnl.- Work Odorless and Guaranteed to be
Tom Watson for their action In
refining itratlon at Miami and left Sundayfor
FORU Satisfactory
ELECTRICAL I to lanctlon the transfer of that city.

S Tire. several mlllon dollars of state funds j
WORK Mrs. L. P. Mercer has again been PICKUP DELIVERY,
Purol Products from one account to another until
elected a* a member of the school
e I Ford Parts- the legality of such action was determined faculty at Canal Point and will teach LAUNDRY And

Service by a court of competent there this .chool'ear.. DURST'SEtta ,
P. P. SEE Jurisdiction, li both unwarrantedand Mr. and Mr7 lurnett Bartlett DRY CLEANERS i

I OKEECHOBEEMOTOR uncalled for. have returned to Okeechobee from
CO. The Vidalia, Oa., where they spent three Duffey, Office Manager I
= WIRING Sales ServiceP disseminated, to the pretty effect generally that weeks with Mrs BirtUtt.s 'parents, Phone 156 Residence Phone 107

O BOX ITS PEON 44WISTERIA their action caused the .t.t.'. entire Dr. and Mrs, H. C. MoD.rmld.I I
building program to be held up -
appear equally rldlculioui In velw
of the fact that at no time has the
building fund had a balance of less
than $2,700,000, which certainly
East Side Grocery
mean that money was on hand to
Vernon &: Berth Stair
\ DRUG SUNDRIESNEWS pay for building operations without
f Prop. any obstruction to the program arli Holiday Notice

Complete tin Of CANDIES Ing from lack of funds
STATIONERYFOUNTAIN A lot of folk. seem to have lost
'GROCERIES SERVICE light of the fact that certain official I
MEATS are elected to perform certain
FISH SUNDRIES duties In the public Interest and if .. .

are going to take the attitude
PRODUCE Next Door to Poatofflc we
that any official who questions the I
ripen t A. M. to 10 P. M. I Phone 1S( action of other officials and insists .

that proper evidence of authorityfor Monday, September 2nd, 1946, LABOR DAY, beinga
such Uion! "be forthcoming, then

we have been waiting our time goingto LEGAL HOLIDAY in the State of Florida, this
the polls
I don't know how feel aboutIt
I but If I were charged you with the bank will not be open for business on that date:
OKEECHOBEELIQUOR DR. C. R. BIBBDENTIST responsibility of handling large gobs I
of other people's money, I'd dam

STOREOnly sure want to know where I stood All orders for currency, payrolls or transfers of 1
before I dished it out willy-nilly, to :
Bar IB Towa whoever happened to want It.
should be
money made accordingly.Okeechobee .
OFFICE HOURS Ai I understand It, the budge

Commission, transfer
PHONE 34 8 A. M. to I P. 81. to
certain balances from other fund
Seward Swain OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA to the building fund, passed a reso .
I utlon approving such transfer and

called upon Comptroller J. M. Lee to
record such transfers and make the
j money available, and at the times!

the resolution was passed, there was County BankMember
s.11.. still a balance of over two and a
half million dollars in the building Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

fund, so it wasn't an emergency to ,
Atlantic Service Sta. Kelz meet payrolls or purchase mater.
Paul D. Bobbins Owner Formerly 1.1.. Phone 15 Okeechobee, Fla.S. .

EXIDE BATTERIESLEE Denmark'sComplete the Action provisions of the and board requirements was based on of H. McDougald, Vice President R. G. Dynes, Cashier I IoIlRlllllllllllllUUlllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
TIRES an act of the last Legislature which
GAS01LGREASINGOKEECHOBEE Home Outfitter apparently authorized such transfer. I
but the wording of the Act left am

FLA. Phone US J. E. Cone. H.... pie room to, question just what the
Legislature did or did not mean, and lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllIIU HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:iiliiiililiiuililiiiliillllllliliiiulllilliilUDililHull!! .
I so, rather than assume the responsibility -
of playing around with millions .
of dollar of and
your money
mine, until he was fully satisfied
that he"was right, Jim Lee asked Attorney SPecial Offer
General Tom Watson for .n
The Fredrick Studio opinion.

See or Phone (Upstairs Over Raul.rsea4 Among questions he asked were .
the meaning of the word "balance
Dept Store)
aa used In the Act-The time In the -o-
( DJtccclobcc JCcfus
fiscal year of the state's and ap-
Portrait, Commercialand proprlation consumption, such b.l-
for anc was to be determined-Whether -
the Legislature could properly! Wm. A. Silverware \ '
PRINTINGHARDEN'S Ariel Photography and constitulonally delegate Its legIslative .
power of making appropriations -
DALLAS CLAY, Owner In this m.nner-.nd a numberof
other pertinent questions Free
The Attorney General, after carefully .
1 1t
considering the resolution of .
the board and the legislative act at BURNEY-KELZ CO.

upon which such action was based.
advised Comptroller Lee to submit
East SidePackage these questions to a court of competent -OWe -

Jurlsdlcton before making .
Tinker Shop such transfers of funds or releas
Store Ing any money. are now giving our BUSINESS CARDS to our Cuatomera-

General Repairing Colonel Lee, as most any sane,
Liquors conscientious, honest official woulddo
Wlnei Cordial
We.Try Hard to Pleas..You- under the circumstances, acted
on the advice of the Attorney General .
GI,.. U* a TrialO.K.GARAGE and refused to make any trans
STATE ROAD NO. 8 fer of fund or pay out any money WE HAVE made arrangements with the Rogers Silverware

until the court had had an opportunity .
Redemption Bureau Inc. 1600 Broadway New York 19 N. Y.
to revelw the matter and de- ,

I flnetly The building authorized program him to wasn'do 10.delayed to send to you, WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS, a quanity of

at least not for the want of beautiful Wm. A. Rogers Silverware, guaranteed without time
cash In due time the court gave
ALTO WATFORD A SONS It* ruling and Lee was authorized limit by Oneida Ltd. All you have to do is to save our business -
& MACHINE SER. Gulf StationThat to act In accordance with the reso
I DODGE ft: PLYMOUTH lotion cards, mail the required number listed on the back of
Silei ft Good Calf Ga. obstructionists S
: Service Call Lee and Watson
in their catalog to the New York Office and the
J4-fce.Wrecker Serrlee GULP PRIDE OILAlto's If you like, but for my moneywe our or

Day Ph. 92 Night Ph.t2 or US I need more guys like 'them not silverware is forwarded to you. We now give you this exceptional -
In Tallahassee but n. Washington
only ,
Dunlop Tlrei ft: Tubes Cottages
Gen. Electric Appliance a* well. Sometimes It I II a offer to show you our appreciation. of your trade
In The Heart Of to have fellowsIn
Stovei Refrlferatori, Water Town mighty good thing S .
Heater W.ekly or Dally Rttei office who have guts enough to
All Cablna Are Modern "No" when the occasion demands -
"Wo Semite Them AU" say Remember to ask for Rogers Sirverware Cards

I Mrs. W. R Howell has returnedto THEY ARE TRULY VALUABLE
I her home here after spending the S
past two weeks In Dade City where

she was called on account of the \Illness -0BurneyKelz-
North ParkPackage and death of her father,

J. BARBER Mrs. J. C. Platt and Mra. F, E.
Store Dasher of Labl.nd" Sunday
morning for Key West where they Co.
the .e.k with Mss and
are spending /
Liquor. Wine Cordial ABSTRACTS
OF Mrs. Albert Saunders

Mr. and Mra.'W"D: D. Coker and Mr .

Station TIRE{ and Mrs. Gordon Leggett returned Phone 115
PHONE 153 Saturday night from North Carolina

where they pent a two weeks va
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