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: September 20, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Volum 32 Number 18 Okeechobee Florida -
Friday September 20,1946
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Reception MR. AND MR. 8. C. CORNELIUS Game & Fish Commission on Shaky LegsBy MISS PERILIE HUNT LEFT Football I
For Mr. ( Salty Maantz! in Miami Daily'News) FSCW AT TALLAHASSEE
I To Be Played In
Mr., Cornelius left
and Mrs. S. C. Mist Perilie Hunt left Wednesday
Last Week last Friday for Frond Royal Virginia What sportsmen in Florida 'fought for for about 20 night for Tallahassee 'where she will

Nally where they went to take their years may well be lost when the 1947 legislaturemeets. register for her Senior year at FlorIda Stuart Tonight .

ion Charles where ht will enter the' Because of its rule to enforce the ,no seining State College for Women Miss -

The Southland'Hotel was the scene Military Academy of Randolph Macon law on Lake Okeechobee and Lake George the Game Hunt has been appointed music The football game that was scheduled -

of a very lovely affair Thursday vtnlnf College for the coming school and Fresh WaterFish Commission will be subject to for chairman the coming for the year Wesley; and Foundation she will to be played on the 'local

when the Parent Ttaohtrs Ailoetatton year terrific pressure when the lawmakers meet. in Talla join other girls end Counitllor for ground tonight between the Oket-
Mr, and Mrs. Cornsllus are ex.
entertained with a reception pected to return to their home here.hassee come next April. Methodist Retreat held at Camp chobee High and Stuart High has
In honor of Proffesior and Mn. the last of the week. I Already commercial interests around Lake Okee- Flastoctwo near Tallahassee, before been transferred and will be playedon

Joel Nally Rev. C. H. Elland President chobee have made plans to have an injunction hand the fall term begins next week. the Stuart grount Instead. The

of PTA waa the Master of Ceremonies ed down the reason for the agreement I to play
on enforcement of the law. That
Senator Andrews this game there was due to the local
and stood' with Mr. and Mrs. preparing bills to have the commission abolished New Pickle Plant"I' football field being under water and .

Nally and Carl T. Durrance In the receiving Died is almost a, certainty and they will get support from the possibility that It-would continueto

line. Wednesday many of the senators and representatives. I' Being Considered rain more this week

Mr. Eiland Introduced Mr. M. O I To be truthful, there has been a lot of waste of I Tht'agreement for the transfer of
Kent who played the piano through Of Heart AttackUnited the game was reached Wednesday
out the evening Mrs. Roe rave two fresh water fish especially in the Lake Georee-Lake For This CountyThe morning between Coach Kindred of

solos, Mrs. Link gave a reading. and Okeechobee, perhaps a little more around Lake Stuart and Coach Starling of .the

Miss Perilie Hunt gave a piano solo, States Senator Charles O George But, you can't expect a group of men to co launching of a local project Okeechobee team. '
f all of which were greatly enjoyed by Andrews died from a heart attack operate to the'utmost. There always are some ele- The local boys will play Tltusvllle "
through which It is hoped eventuallywill
the guests. early Wednesday at the U. S. Naval ments creeping that make things "tough" for those on the local grounds 'next Friday
Mrs. H. H. Raulerson presented Mr. bring an Industry to Okeechobee night, September 27, beginning. at
hospital at Bethesda, Md. who observe the law.
and Mrs. Nally with a lovely coffee Is to get underway soon As explain. eight o'cock.
t service from the PTA, and best Hospital attaches said the senator However, that is not the fault of the commercial ed by Secetary R. B. Meserve, the The proboble starting lineup for
was stricken about 5 and died t
a. m.
.' wishes from all were extended. shortly thereafter. He had been In fishermen as a whole but rather that of enforcement.And Sparks Pickle Company of Sparks, the game at Stuart tonight' will be:

I Lovely flowers decorated two long the hospital several days for treat. since the lake comes under the jurisdiction of Georgia, with branches at other S STUARTEnds
tablet from which punch and cake : Conrad and Cramer.
went of his heart condition. I the Conservation Department you can understandwhy points In Georgia and Florida, have R
were served by Mrs. H. H. Raulenon Tackiest Griffin and. Campbell.
Andrews, 69, first was elected to there is a lack of enforcement. expressed willingness to open a
and Mrs. Ernest Hunt. A group of Guards t Clements and Green. ,
girl/ from A. 0. Club assisted In the senate In 1936, and was re- One thing is certain. We stood a good chance of plant here. Center: Mmschke.
elected in 1940. He did not seek First It 'must be shown that sufficient -
serving. They Included Ruth Ful- having Lake Okeechobee and Lake George placed Half Backs: Howard and Hardwlck..
renominntlon this Interest in the production of
ford, Polly Gay Greenberger, Betty year. Full Back: Wells r '
He was chairman of the senate back under the jurisdiction of the Game and FreshWater the ntcesssry raw material cucumbers :
Jean Dunn, Ernestine Hunt, Mary Quarter Back Mitchell.
Howell, Dorothy Stewart, Nancy public buildings and grounds committee Fish Commission because the commercial fish- will be raised to warrant the OKEECIIOBEE
He also was a member of in favor of such Now the Investment, which will require some {I't;
Boettger and Alberta Louthan. ermen were a move. com- Left End: Tex King. ,
the following senate committees: immigration mercial interests will start pulling the other way and fifteen thousand dollars Left Tackle: Tommy Walker.
judiciary, naval affairs, As soon as local enthusiasm can
Bible Chair Now public lands and surveys and rules.I no one knows what means they will resort to to regainthe be worked up Mr G. Anselamo, Left Guard H. T: Scott. jI
Center! Johnny Klnsaul.
Born In Holmes county, Florida right to fish for crappie and bream. the ,manager of the Sparks Plant Right Guard: Eual Harden.
March 7, 1877, he was educated in' Many sportsmen in South Florida are rightfully will come here and talk with those
Being Taught In Right Tackle: Vohn Whidden.Right. .
{ ll'l Florida public schools and .the South! worried. They had accomplished the impossible by who plan to cooperate. For the first End: Elphla Harden.
Florida Military Institute. He was year at least, It will be necessary
bringing sportsmen ann commercial fishermen together Quarter Back: John Bryant Watford. I
The High School graduated from Florida State Norm. for the local growers to ship their
Left Half Back: Cecil Harden.
.. al school and the University of Flor- to plan a legislative program beneficial to all. products to one of the present plants Full
-f : Clifton Godwin.
: Volunteer In 1898 From now on the chips are on theable and everyone Mr. MenCrvt. made personal call on Right Half Back Robert Hayes
I1.y "J A chair of Bible has been Inltl.fA" He waa a volunteer In the Span. will fight for what they think will profit them most. these people during the summer to The officials of the game will be ,
Jutefl at the Okeechobee High School Iah-American war. learn-their method of operation. In
And, don't be surprised if sportsmen lose the pot. from Vero Beach as the new rules of I i
..h ,and (ach of the ministers of the city He was assistant attorney generalof the past It_ has often been dificult to the Indian River Conference calls
o ill fake turns of two weeks eachtenchinR Florida from 1912 to 1919. raise a crop of hit nature and depend .

J the class., The class I -Tho" tall, lanky and whfe-hatredAndrew. ,!, roll I.........,........................... on the market for an outlet,, conference tot officials officials to be appointed by the'
s on Monday of thJs.week wltr / had ava<|M career' jys Senator .Car l the market being good today andlew, ""Elplila Harden was unanimously 1. ,
c. >ij; .' EiJanJ In cli1l'PJ''"I <'hn "teacher1, Tnwyf! and "poli/ Local r and"PersonalJack tomorrow- Under;this plan "'luh. electef" crfptain Gf the Okeechobeeteam
e rng the first two weeks tlrlan.I Is Active'ln' TheKiwanis anteed amount will be named for the at a meeting this Week.
Andrews' early were crop In advance of planting and thus .
I years
spent ....................A&
THE Pl'RPOSE In this I.: as a school teacher, an occuptalon! there will be no bad periods, Instead
its 1, To enrich our High School course', he took up as a means of bolsteringhis ClubsUnder Coker and Miss Pernlie Hunt a steady and profitable market at all Two Judges Will

of Study. I meager Income as an attorney. were visitors spending the week end times.In .
, 2. Tr Create and Stimulate an appreciation In 1907, Andrews went to Tallahassee In West Palm Beach where they were a short time letters will be sent
of the Bible. as an attache In the state the slogan "Building for the guests of lift and Mrs. Gordon to the general public asking; for a Hear Suit Of The

.' 4 Tr, give students opportunity to senate. There he met the late Park Kiwanis," the Klsslmmee Klwanls Leggett. meeting and It Is hoped that a good

; ivgtematlcally study It. Trammell, then president of the sen- Club has enthusiastically endorsed response will be received. Fishermen Thur
4. Tr, !give Bible teaching its place ate, later governor, and finally U. S. State Senator N. Ray Carroll former Postmaster M. C, Pitts has return. Under present conditions It Is hard
in an educational program senator, whose death In the spring ed to his office here from Miami for any tow,' to bring new IndustryIn
president of the Club and at present
of 1936 caused the vacancy which! where he went to attend the meetingof as building arrangements for man. The Lake Okeechobee Commercial
The Plan for Teaching Andrews filled.A I Lieutenant Governor of the Central the National Association of Post ufacturlng plants of any nature is Fishermen's Association met at the
Florida District, for the district governorship masters court house here Sunday afternoon
1 Class enrollment voluntary strong friendship Immediately, nearly Impossible. Housing for new
2 Taught! by all resident pastors of sprang, up between the two, and It I at the Daytona Beach Con. I employes is also difficult. This plan I at which time the attorneys that are
Okeechobee Churches. I was largely' through Trammell's aid'< ventlon October 13-14-16. Mr. and Mrs W. A.: Lawson returned seems to be one of the best manners I representing them In their suit

:< Supervised bv- school principal as and Influence In later years that) Senator Carroll, one of the few to their home here Monday after in which to get a plant to going and against the Came and Fresh Water
all other classes i I,I Andrews came to the fore In state men to serve two consecutive yean spending two weeks vacationing at: as soon as building conditions are Fish Clmmlssion outlined plans for
4. Credit received on same basis of politics as president of the Klsslmmee Club Hendersonvllle, N C., and visiting, easier other arrangements can be the coming hearing.. The case will
other extra.corrleular'activities.. I Made Judge In 1910 I has been instrumental In forming; a relatives In Atlanta and Moultrle, Ga. made. be heard at Moore Haven on Thursday

r Scripture taught without denoml-I i In 1910, Andrew. was appointed new Klwanls Club In St. Cloud and morning September 20. at 10.00
notional Interpretation and without Judge of the Walton county criminal has taken an active part In further Mr. and Mrs B. K. Padgett and HOSPITAL TRUSTEES IIELD A o'clock.; According to Informationthat
evangelistic emphasis. court. In 1912 Trammell be-1|| Ing Key Clubs in the Central Florida daughter, Miss Madeline, returned MEETING HERE THIS WEEK reached here Wednesday mornIng
'' All financial support by local came state attorney general, and,, district. At Leesburg last week, the I Saturday from Leesburg where they the case will be heard by Circuit
d, aches, disbursed by the Minister. promptly appointed hla youthful pro. Senator was one of the leading Klwanlans were called on account of the seri The first meeting of the newly appointed Judge Whitehurst of Fort Myers
ial Association. tege as an assistant Andrews kept at a Key Club rally ous illness of their daughter, Mrs Board of 'Trustees for the and Judge Harrison of Bradenton, o
rwro classes each day Fifth and the position until 1919. I I| His business Interests are varied. H. C. Wise who was a patient in the proposed county hospital was held both Circuit Judges of the Circuit.
sixth period. In 1919 Andrews was named circuit Besides being president of the First' hospital at that place. We learn Wednesday morning of this week. Since the dictatorial edict of the
judge, holding the National that Mrs Wise Is Routine discussed Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
post until Bank of Klsslmmee, he Is slowly recovering. matters were
The Course of Study for First 1925, when he became general counsel -| an officer of the Okeechobee County: preliminary to the letting JT the con mission to close the Lake has ao
Semester for the state real estate commis Bank. An organizer of the Ktsstmmee Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth left tract which Is hoped to take place much bearing on the IIvl hood of ao

1 The New Testament the text book. sion. In 1928 he became Orlandol) Livestock Market, Carroll is also! last week for Hot Springs, Ark, aoon. One of the bidding contractors many people in this area it is expect.
(the four gospels) city attorney, and finally In 1931 he vice-president of the Okeechobee where they are spending three weeks being present, this being Mr P. ed that a large number of people
''. Complete study of the life of retired to private law practice toj Market. His Carrollton ranch at C. Llssenden of the P. C. Llssenden from here and other sections of the I
Christ. Using "Life of Christ" by build up the depression-depleted Deer Park embraces 65,000 acres and Henry Conner of Inverness who Is Construction company of Wesf Palm lake region will be on hand for the

Stalker as a guide to ttudy. Andrew financial fortune. I he also has wide holdings in citrus with the state Auditing Department Beach. hearing. I
Andrew. also Included arrived In Okeechobee after The members of this Boardare
1 Memory work: Scriptures orderof I career service grove Sunday new ALTO WATFORD, JR., BECOMES I
books of Bible etc. In the Florida state house of noon and Is making a routine checkof Dave Coker, E. M. Meserve, S. LOCAL CHAIRMAN FOR USO
4. Maps and memeograph material representatives. He was secretary FLOYD BROTHERS OPEN the County Offices H. McDougald. H. H. Raulerson and -
chief aids to study of the state senate for four terms, SHOE AND LEATHER Alto Watford Sr., with R.B. Meserve Ed Colean of Fort Pierce, chairman
and was a past president of the State REPAIR SHOP HERE Mayor and Mrs. H. H. Raulerson acting as Secretary for the Board. of the District USO, announced

Everyone Invited to. attend every Bar association I and son AI, were visitors spending All Indications are that the ground this week that he had appointed "Alto
-IanMR. I Floyd Brothers announce this Wednesday in DeLend where they work on this Important project will Watford, Jr., aa chairman for Okee
VETERANS OF FOREIGN I week that they have opened a Shoe went to make final arrangement for begin son. chobee County for the forthcoming
.AND MRS. S. H. McDOUGALDLEFT WARS WILL MEET ON and Leather Repair Shop In the storeroom Al to enter John B. Stetson University drive which begins on October IS.
THURS. FOR VACATIONS SEPTEMBER 23 AT 8 P. M. : in the old Northern Hotel when school opens there next Mr and Mrs. J. F. Bond have returned Mr Watford Is a veteran of World'
I Building They purchased the equip I, week, to their home here after War II and is Post Commander. of'the

II. McDougald, vice president of The Veterans of Foreign Wars)I I ment and stock of Joe Bonglovannl spending two months with their son- local Amerlc'an Laon.! The
the Okeechobee County Bank, and will meet at the Woman's Club I and moved it Into the new location I Mrs George Trumbull and daughter in-law and daughter at Bartow national appeal will be for 19 million .
Mr McDougald left yesterday fora Building at 8 P. M. on the nightof this week. I Miss Alma Joyce, were visitors dollars' and it is announced that
ten days vacation. They went September 23 at which time permanent The new owners are both experienced , spending Sunday at Bay Pines where Purmel Hargravet arrived in Okee Okeechobee County's quota will be
from here to Zephyrhillt where they officers will be elected and shoe and leather repair men they went to visit Mr. Trumbull whois chobee from Mississippi where he 50000. There are still many men
will spend most of the time with the permanent organization will begin with many years in their craft. They a patient at the Veterans Hoe has made his home since hit discharge and boys in the service now and
their daughter, and also visiting at its work. I expect to handle repairs to saddles, pltal. from the Army and will make more will probably be called. Fig-
Dade City All Veterans who .are eligible for bridles and other leather goods besides -. Okeechobee his home In the future. urea from Adjutant General Collins

From there they will go to Jacksonville membership In this organization are shoes. Miss Shirley Davis who Is em play. office shows that one out of every
for a short stay before returning urged to attend the meeting I They plan to add a new and up- ed In the office of County Superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thomas of seven families now hat a'boy in
to Okeechobee. I to-date plumbing business 'Jn con of Sschools of Dade Countyat Basslnger announce the arrival of an ; service or in a hospital,
During the absence of Mr. Mc Atorney John 0: Jackson left Sunday ', nection with the leather business at Miami, spent Saturday and Sunday eight pound girl born at their home)I All civic organizations are being
Dougald! the bank will be In charge to return to Jacksonville after I soon as they can get the necessary here visiting her parents, Mr and I Wednesday night. Both mother and urged to assist In the forthcoming
of R. G Dynes, cashier. spending several days In Okeechobee. supplies. Mrs. A. W, Davie daughter doing well. I. drive. '.


Sun & Mon. Sept. 22-23 Tuesday Sept. 24 Wed. & Thurs. Sept. 2526"DAKOTA" Fri. & Sat. Sept. 27-28





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has a well-dressed appearance .

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the room would be Just as attrac.

NEHITZ WILL RESIGN t .. The Wild Animal Crisis jive used with -an old fashioned

WASHINGTON. Adm. Chester quilt for a spread; or with a crochet -
Nlmitz. hero of the Pacific and one
+ Wild animals are now on the "we
of the most efficient leaders of the can't get the stuff" list. Inflation MMCEA SLIPCOVER tOR

navy has indicated to friend has struck the Jungles. Reconver ;, T'F4 HEAD OR THE BED
that he will retire, at chief of naval veldt. The MATCH SPREAD
a sion snafu rages on the
operation after about one year ol a waterhole needs ceiling prices. I ,
his four'year appointment. _0- IP Iry PAD WITH

Backstage reason Is that Nlmltaflndt The highest prices In history are IV ISTED TD

his Job chiefly requires lobby. being quoted to zoos seeking beastsof
cur ocABOVE <
tog naval appropriations through
the fields You may think you Tl4ESODS
and he would much rather .
but WITH A
are being soaked for cowmeat. i
be at sea than playing politics suppose :you wanted elephant.steakt! HACK SA

Furthermore Washington society is -.-

running him ragged African lions are bringing $10 a

!Mrs. Nlmlti doesn't feel the f'g s z snarl Bengal tigers are being sold

same way at all about Wash. by the stripe, giraffes are higher

ington society-which perhaps than ever and camels are quotedat

U one reason why the admiral $2,500 for single humped ones. or plain spread. Five and

wants to get out of the capital. A double-bumper brings twice as one-half yards of any 38-Inch ma-

lie hates dinners, loathes cock. 'fz .o a r r'l liq< g$; d much and no deliveries until 194711A terial split lengthwise right down

tall parties and feels Ill-at-ease : _0- the center does it.

at receptions. But !Mrs. Nlm. seal with no ear for music is e e e

its loves them and Insists on up 80 per cent and one that can only This bedspread is from Home.Making

dragging her husband along toot three notes of "My Country 'TI BOOK NO. 4 which also contains Illustrated
when she makes the rounds. of Thee" sells higher than used to directions for more than thirty
other things to make for the home Reid.
Rigors of war IH the Pacific now MOLOTOV WALKS OUT . Piqued because the Russian delegation was assigned to second row seats OB be asked for a seal that knew IrvingBerlin' er. may get a copy of BOOK 4 for U
cents by sending request to:
have begun to look like heaven In the reviewing stand at Paris Hotel de Villa daring the celebration that marked the second anniversary of the repertoire.

contrast with social Washington and liberation of Paris, Commissar Molotov, leader of the Soviet peace delegation (foreground) walks out on the -
when the right time comes next ceremonies Be I* followed by M. Mannllsky, TJkranlan delegate. "Why is this?" we asked John MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

:year, the admiral plans quietly: to Kleran, the well-known animal fish Bedford Hlllf, N. Y. Drawer 10
pull oulNoteGrandson bird and bug man."Production Endow U cents for Book No. 4.
;. said
of a Texas hotel. .t k troubles N.ma.AddrNL.
Kieran-presto, like that]="Africa
keeper. Admiral Nlmitz hopes to retire
to Texas or the California coast. hasn't reconverted :yet at alL It's

. the old story of supply and de-
"What, no OPA in the bush or at
Those who suffer from stomach
the waterhole we asked.
maladjustments when they travel by "They sent some OPA fellows into l t 1 1 '
sea or air will be glad to know that
the lion country to study the situation
President Truman not only sympathizes
but further heard
nothing was .
with them but also has
from them, he replied
found a fairly good remedy for seasickness THE
"A lion can resent that sort of
Inhale iht rich,
The cure Is not 100 TIME TESTED iromaticINHlllMr
per thing," we suggested 5",.,> of DR. R. SCHIFP.i.riTiicuT .
cent effective, however; and that is MANN ASTHMADOR
"You just try to put a ceiling on
one reason the President's yacht ,he nun time you haw antuck
one said the Sage of the Airwaves
turned south. of bronchul. uthmi. ASTHMADOR
"Once when I was on a safari I u inespenuve-my Mr Truman had a bottle of sea
encountered. ." inieriully-l dependable, effective treatment
sickness pills with him on his recent hat helps relieve the' agony of the attack
"But what about elephants we :
sods Kreued druggiiueverywhere
cruise-a remedy concocted by the moneybag
interrupted. under our guinmtethree
Canadian army for use by its troops .
convenient forma ASTHMADORpawder.
"What about 'em? he
when they crossed the Atlantic or 41 cigarette or pipe mixture
6n'R .
went ashore in tank landing barges.
"Why should it be hard to
It is supposed to be the best thing get a
good elephant now that the controlsare
co far developed to cure seasickness "
"An elephant with his controls off Gas Stomach
The President on
always Is harder to get than any other
a bottle with him when afloat Relieved la S pilautM or doable your money bockWbeg
kind he said. "In 1927 I was bicycling
: Maetom ehMlderaMpe4nfiil.eoHoeMIniru .
and eats the
pellets almost
as through India when I en tour etomtaU and krartboni.doetori vullf
if they were candy. On his first pn.e- the f>it it-xtlnc m lldn.. known for
countered- P.'t10 roUof-modiellllo./ tnoMln H.U_
Important sea Jrlp aboard the ., obi.... No I..UT,. U.ll-... bring. _fort IB .
"What will happen to American lrz..or,double I nnr monir beck M return.f bottle
cruiser Augusta to Potsdam .
one if it M aJl dranleu. '
economy can't get elephantst"we
year ago, he took this medicine put in. .
along and avoided
apparently "Oh the GOP can't back
get :
seasickness. FREED BY YUGOSLAVS 0 Members of the crew and passengers aboard the United States transport anyhow
I fear, ,k* replied "I remem-
However, Mr. Truman born and plane that was forced down August 9 over Yugoslavia, by Yugoslav tighter) planes; altos their rt ease \a .. Her ".
One'tlfl *'tI1counterin'. .. ,
.iI! raised on' the Midwest prairies, Yugoslav authorities, when the United Staffs govern nfenthadSnade an Issue of the Incident. Ten days later -.- :t: c..::

doesn get the same kick out of the five American flyers were shot down over Yugoslavia, and perished. Marshal Tito assured Ambassador Rich- "Have you been able to get any .Ji.-i! *

sea as did F.D.R.BUSHEDUP o 0. ard Patterson that "there would be no repetition of this event." wildcats lately" we asked.

"No, but a friend of mine got one."

Tenseness of the Russo-American r "He it In .
says was a hamburger
situation In southeast Europe is illustrated 4 4 aM _0- Only toil-Oil a''..'yes,,,...flat quo Melt

by an Incident in Austriaso p f + "What do you hear about black +Removes yellow discoloration.

far hushed up by the censors. t panthers. we asked + I'

For some time, the Soviet government "You \
can get 'em but not in col
has been pressing Gen. ors. Black is as hard to find as +

Mark Clark to permit cross-exam 4 white." + ;
> Dlsinfect..D.OdOrlztn
ination of Yugoslav Baltic and other "What do you think about the wild

displaced persons In Austria. animal market for the next few

Many of them rebelled against going months?" we inquired."I '
back to their homelands for
s dunno. may be a big
fear of Soviet reprisals, but some animal backlog, but on the other no mixing,

were willing to go Finally General hand it may all be due to a slow up tWAl._' +t'Own.us lt no waterno -
Clark agreed that the Soviet could on the production line. O.N NwwWpo,( riniiny,

send in 12 men to ask them questions >" no drying.Amtriu'i .
k' l -
"Do you suspect anybody Is holdIng Finest liiui1 Piint Cltenir
While the Soviet team was at ; : r b.ckVUd animals"

work with the displaced persons. 1 "Not the really wild ones."
General Clark was getting secret c'L "Is there
anything In the story a
information from one of the D.P.s i scientist is making a rhinoceros out ran QUICK ntutrCARBOI.L

as to what was going on. Eventually of the soybean?"

this Informant reported to Clark :: "I consider that as unlikely as the
that he was under Soviet scrutiny.So 4: CiIIt plastic hippopotamus I A Soothing SALVE

Clark secretly placed an : "Any chance to get a porcupine I ANTISEPTIC
American machine tt3 Used by thousands with satisfactory fWulu
gun In a in the present situation?" ,
for 40 yoe-.sit Ttluable ingredients.
room above the Informant's and "Only with points." Get Cirboll U drug itoree or write
another machine gun on the _0- 8purlock-Neal Co. N.ihYillo 'I_

roof of the building opposite. Kleran was pretty depressed. He

A night or two later a squad of suggested sending some fact-finding

Russians drove up to the inform- board into the Jungle. The deep

ant's home, knocked down his door jungle By night. Blindfolded. And

and carried him out In the street. ; .poo aA with no weapons. Good herel!

Immediately] the U. S. troops turnedon .

their searchlights and arrestedthe We underita Byrne and Molotov

Russians. made a bin error at Paris They went
_ .
Here was the pay-on. Our allies, TALL ONE . Enacting mod into action without tending mine-f eed- ''Y

the Russians, were dressed in the FIRST U. S. PRESIDENT ON BERMUDA: SOIL . Landing from his ern Jack and Beanstalk version, era ahead. . ro t<

uniforms of American military police yacht, nilliamsbnrg, at the Royal Bermuda Yacht club, in Hamilton, I John Behlke, five, of Chicago,

Bermuda, President Harry S. Truman becomes the first United States measures sunflower. growing at 30 the Charming first of Pollock Is dead. One ot
o 0 0TRIGGERD.PPY E. Division street and finds the our assignments as a
President to land on this British possession while in office. Mr. Tru- cub
TITO man was accompanied here by Sir Ralph Leatham, admiral and governor phenomenal plant has attained to the reporter old New back home was to g 0 71kYodora

The question of using "horse-and- of Bermuda who went out in his launch to greet the President. height of 10 feet 4 Inches. and Haven house at College I
buggy" tactics to calm Dictator Chapel street and inter checks

Tito of Yugoslavia, especially the view Pollock. He was there for the

navy's dispatch of cruisers to Tries opening of one of his early plays

te, has been criticized privately inside "Such a Little Queen." Somebody perspiration odor

the U. S. armed forces.U. >' b'tliisa had broken into his room at the

S. warships at the head of the < a '< hotel and taken a pair of his pants, fie

Adriatic according to army men, including a roll of money, as we

could be caught in a trap and mightbe recall it. Pollock, the papers say,
sunk with one bomb. Further wrote a drama called "The Pit."

more, the cost of operating one If this was a dramatization of a
cruiser in contrast to an airplaneis r k a q { a q r H ;'.l, Norris novel with Wilton Lackaye WOv
' 2' ,r s In the leading role then
tremendous. k : : we were is
In it. For Made on s}ae arrant late Yodora
with a mob of
Therefore U. S. :youngsters
army commanders to normal skins.
from actually ease "c
in Europe have proposed that we around the Webster school salts
free from Irritating
Y7 Entirely
area. Including
end two B-29s Quigley, Herb
one or over Yugoslavia vf under-ara
Moeller and Mike Can be wed right after
to see what Tito's trigger- Sarasohn we
happy warriors do about It managed to get In ss "supers" in shaving
the big wheat market scene. Slay soft and creamy, lndefnlt l .

. Never gets stiff or grainy.
Kindly elder statesman Berate Maybe In the Weather No harsh chemicals to spoil clothing

Baruch has made a private proposition .. YAL Dander, a race horse named after lubes or jars, 10 ,804,60 .

to the state department that one of Santa's coursers In "A Visit Yes Yodora is a gentU deodorant.

he be allowed to read its secret + r From Saint Nicholas," won a race Try It- / ei the wonderful difference!
the other day, surprising the
cables from diplomatic posts experts -
throughout the world. These are a who pointed oat that It had

gold mine of Information for which never finished better than eighth
beating only Billion In the
business man or banker would famous
any LEAGUE HEADS MEET FOR SERIES TALK: . Representativesof IN NEW ROLE . The one-man verses.
give his eye-teeth. Baruch Q
promised both the American and National leagues met with A. B. ("Happy") army MaJ. Arthur Wennuth of . 0
a little naively, that If he was y
given the daily secret intelligence Chandler to discuss plans for the forthcoming world's series. Left to Bataan fame fills up a gasoline Fiorello LaGuardia is reported

summary of world affairs, he would right, Will Harrldge, president of the American league John Collins, tank of car at a filling station fairly sure to get a nomination for

show them only to his two investmentbanker business manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers; A. B. ("Happy") Chandler, which he bought In the Black Hills the United States senate. Good! We ieABLE/

assistants. baseball commissioner Eddie Collins, of the Boston Red Sox and town of II111 City, S. D. Everybody think every really funny man oo

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TilE STORY THUS! FAR: we'll see If y'made up that one 'bout arms? but Dick ducked In time to Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. the right time and for the right
The crew of a small lalllni vessel lethe the smuggled gems" elude them. Of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.Released purpose, and in the right way-
by Western Newspaper Union
i Caribbean pick op Dick Jordan h Is, Matters had certainly reached a I Shaking the brine out of his eyes that is not within everybody'spower
adrift on a rafu Dick rulls. *
THE somewhat dusty flies show among men who an virtually pirates climax. The crew under Tucu's orders he began swimming, holding his and is not easy.-Aris

t a Boston club I has never lost They come upon a drlltlni ichooner. were preparing to return to I head as high out of the water. he Lesson for September 22 toile
a world series contest, with six victories the could. He made resistance to
Only people aboard are demented Cap- lugger. Dick didn't quite understand no
out of six starts five for tin Bedford and Ml daughter Rose I iTuce what it meant until half I the waves, but swam with them Lesson subject and Scripture texts selected Progress. without number effort It Impoutbla. -
the Red Sox and one for the Braves.This and bli pirates attempt to capture an, hour later two Carlbs cut the I striving to keep on their 'crests for Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by Intimations) used by Any la reach the top persons providing art.anxious
world series mop up began Ute schooner but Rose turns them back better observation light twin. permission.
ropes holding him to the mast. He they can get there without climbing.
43 years ago. It began when the aided by Dick. During the night Tucu tried to extract from them some Information kled out of the darkness, but hewun't
Boston A. L. entryof gain attacks and capture ROil and sure whether It came from JESUS AND THE LAW OF TilE We drank the pure daylightof
search ; but they mutely disregarded .
Dick.> Ho then begins a fruitless STRANGER honest Ipeech.-George Mer-
,b 1903 cams from for the "treasure" supposed to be him and conducted him tothe the lugger or the schooner.He a

behind to whip the I aboard. Dick talks him Into a deal small boat conserved' his' strength 'lIS edith.AD.

tt able -Pirates with I Tuna Is anxious to get the treasure and Tea minutes later he was rowed much as possible swimming easily teronomy LESSON 24 TEXT-Exodus:14. 15: Matthew 22:21-23 23:34:,41.Deu intense hour will do more
such stars aboard jet Rote Is startled when the and water time he MEMORY SELECTION
away. back to the All two treading every Th King than dreamy years.-Beecher.
"r r,.. as' Hans Wagner, bear. Dick's bargain. of the except I was swept on the crest of a wave. shall answer and say unto them, VerilyI
crew were abandoning the sy unto you Inasmuch ai ye have
Tommy Leach Fred wide
w schooner. When Tucu and Black I From this pinnacle he had a don It unto one of the least of these
Clarke Sam Leev. CHAPTER VI'Don't Burley came aboard the lugger glimpse of the sea; but the darkness my brethren >. have done it unto me.-
er, Deacon Phil. I now shut out everything, and neither Matthew 25::40.
Dick' fear for his own safety was
lippe, Jimmy Seb- the the schoonerwas
be until :you know secondary to his dread that lugger nor
ring and a few oth sorry i something I, visible There Is as much need today
what you're sorry for. she interrupted terrible was about to happen for the words of counsel and admonition .
ers. Apparently "I've missed It," he groaned'once."I DEPARTMENTBUSINESS
sharply.,. "I didn't say there to Rose.
beaten, the Bos- What I I should have been there before regarding strangers whichwe
GrantlandRlce tonjan delegation was anything of value aboard. "Where's Captain Bedford's this." find In our lesson, as there was

rallied to ride home on the stout Father says I'm not responsible"for.He daughter?" he demanded sharply I! In the midst of his bitter reflections in the days of Moses for there & INVEST. I

right arm and the stouter heart of [ says a lot of" crazy things. "Where she wanted to be-aboard his hand caught somethingthat seems to be an almost complete cure ROME your AND future.AUTO Franchise SUPPLY. OPPOR!

Big Bill Dlneea That was victory "ThenthenShe the schooner" replied Tucu grinlng. startled him. breakdown of neighborliness both dies available now far new Aesociate

No 1, although the world series of waved him to silence as a It was a watersoaked rope! between nations and individuals. Stores Investigate Writ or'o1rlou InVllt. f

1903 was on the unofficial side. footstep sounded on the stairs and "She's not going with us?" His mind nimbly leaped from despair I. The Law Required Neighbor! KENTON AUTO sTORES DeUce I. Tst.FARMS .

Captain Tucu pushed his way into "No." to to hope. He clutched eagerly ness (Exod. 22:21-23; Deut. 24:14: I
Nine later the Red Sox
years the He glanced from one AND RANCHES
room. "Is she IS
alone? of that ).
at the mass slimy ropes
found John MeOraw and his GiantsIn
prisoner to the other. GREENVILLE MANOR-Ylar-round
and Our heavenly Father. revealedto r-
the road. This series went to toteU before had been sea monsters sort guest haul, on Oreenvlll Sound
"Well he growled, : slippery eels. Now they were life us in his Word Is a Father Indeed now open for guests. Room and meal.
'eight games where In the flaal Address GREENVILLE MANOR
spasm Giant support blew wide ? lines flung out to help him Their one greatly concerned about R. F, u. S . WUmJaitsn N. 0.
"As much as we know captain continued lashing and twisting were his many children; but especially
Mathewson lost
open as Christy a
contest he should have woo In a replied Dick quickly. "Neither of pleasant indications that they were does he care for those who are weak FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP.
us knows where Captain Bedford hid and needy,
common canter. real and substantial. He was not Build Ceaortte Block Maehlneei portable
the; money. If we had known wc'dhave I dreaming. The laws of ancient Israel made sawmill. Machines for hop, farm, to
Earlier in this meeting around ell. Send for list of PLANS Mtholsfcoulpment
left the schooner before you 'p1t He began clawing at them, pulling provision for the feeding of those Co., Dent D. :Parrla. Mis..
the fifth Inning, Harry Hooper saved came: aboard." himself from one mass of riggingto who had no fields. The corners of

the day for Boston. with the most Rose Bedford turned to face the another. When his hands came the field were left uncut at harvest. MISCELLANEOUS

spectacular of all world series ialf-breed, her cheeks flushed and time some of the were to
In contact with a floating spar and grapes 100,000 ONE-HALF pint Ice cream boxes
catches when he pulled down Larry angry. There was no fear In her. It bobbed up and nearly smashedhis be left on the vine etc, so that the Navy surplus. Packed, 1,000 to a carton

Doyle's almost sure home run over "If you think I'd tell if I knew face he laughed In glee instead poor could enjoy the sense of self for overseas shipment.NATIONAL ENTERPRISES
the right field fence. The ball already 120 E. Ktdwood at. Baltlaiere. MS.
where It was hidden." she said de- of cursing. If he could crawlup respect as they picked for themselves

had passed over the fence lantly, "you're mistaken. You could the wreckage to the schooner's what God had provided (see

when Hooper made the miracle never get it out of me." deck he would be safe Lev 19.9: 10; 23:22: ; Deut. 24:19-21 Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
catch crashing Into the crowd. He i and other passages).
Her defiance brought the blood Finally a giant wave carried him
must have used a net.
Into the old pirate's face and the clear over the rail and dropped him The poor man who found work

Clinches devil In his eyes. He stepped toward heavily on the deck where be lay was to receive his pay when need.

Speaker Flag her and caught an arm In his powerful sprawled for some moments, gasping ed. For the one who hired him to FOR LOOSE DANDRUFF

After that Fred Snodgrass grip for breath and groaning from do otherwise was to bring upon To help remov unsightly

dropped Clyde Kngle's easy fly to "Y'wouldn'tl" he snarled the effects of the. terrific struggle.The himself the 'Judgment of God. He 9 Ins n.kes well and groomed keep hslr, rub Took.In

center that popped into his glove Y'wouldn't, eh? Well y'little she crests of the surging waves listens to the cry of the hungry L -VlMOROtlNa MAI* TONIC

and then popped out again, Engle devil, I'll show ye. I'll wring it reached him even here, but they no worker and his family (Deut. 24:15). ----- -- M

reaching second. That was a bit out of ye, an-" longer had the power to use him as Strangers were in a peculiar way

discouraging. But a moment lateron "Hold on captain." Interrupted a battering ram. subject to the possibility of extor

Matty fed Tris Speaker a slow Dick "she ,doesn't know anything When be finally raised his head tlon. They are even today the easy p

floater and Trls lifted the ball on a about It. Let up on her! You prom and looked around the wave-swept mark of the one who lives by his

high foul pop-up near first base ised not to make war on her Settle deck, he had a queer feeling that I wits, the "confidence" man and
that Fred Merkle lost. Chief Myers It with "' all his efforts had been in vain. The sneak thief 1 I

. made a futile chase as Merkle was "Well,me.what d'ye know about It?" schooner was abandoned with him If any such person reads these I

vainly looking in various dlrec the retort, as he turned .s the only living being aboard. notes let me warn him solemnly to
was savage
dons for the ball The high pop-up from the girl to him. "Y'tell me A little startled by his discovery keep: his tricky hands off the stranger

dropped between these two only 10 y'll back In the water wherewe h. began crawling In the direction for God is watching and will gjjrydAtlA

feet from first base Then Speaker or found go Pretty damn quick or the cabin. If Rose and her father hear their cry (Exod. 22:23): .

broke it up with a single scoring tool" ye. were aboard he would find them The same Is true of widows and

Engle. here, for the wet slippery deck orphans. God Is their keeper and
Two years later the Braves Dick was struggling between a'' was no place for them and they their defender.

; .rla ." 'crashed Into the big showy beatIng strong desire ,to Iwlat the caution man'sneck could: not hope to navigate the der.' Someone may say that all this Is ,Bf Oy .. is
, need of extra
and the
the Athletics four straight let on such a wild night Old Testament in its npdind'
Rudolph Tyler and James did it in playing his hand skillfully.smiled The "Y've been lyln' I'me." When he reached the head of the and principle. What about the follower et'en

The famous Athletics curled up ?Ikea latter finally triumphed. He companion a welcome ray of light of Christ in our day? The answer AJNEM
feather attached to burning good-naturedly. through the door of the <'
a came open is
"She's got two o' my men to keep that.
match.' In these three world series "If you dropped me overboard, cabin bringing Joy and relief to hi.: D
her fa
an' that
company crazy II. Christ
Expects N'elghborll-
lose both treasure
captain, you'd
Boston was three up. tortured mind. Rose was below with
ther. leered the half-breed. ness (Matt. 29:34-41).
and those Jewels. Now you don'twant
her father watching, hoping and OUt
In 1915 the Red Sox broke back
to do that"Tucu Dick frowned. The sea was rough praying or stoically awaiting their This Is a prophetic picture of a FIND
Into the white spotlight againThey
I great growled impotently expendIng : and choppy and the wind blowing fate! great Judgment scene. It is not as
l lost to Alexander one of the
half a gale. The threatened storm many suppose the same as the
great pitchers of all time, and then his wrath by glancing from one Dick staggered to his feet and
the next four to the other with wicked malevolenteyes. was rapidly approaching The started down the steps; but before judgment of the Great White
games.In He spat viciously on the floor,. schooner was In no condition to h. had taken one sounds of a muffled Throne of Revelation 20.
1916 they won the pennant and then exploded: weather It. Captain Bedford was commotion halted him. Cran The scene here is not In heaven

again and took on the Dodgers The "I'll give y'untll tonight sundown worse than useless, and the Carlbs log his head forward he listened! but upon the earth. It is not Individuals .
I maiD feature here was Babe were Indifferent seamen.Storm's who are being judged but the
-to find out. If we ain't got the peering Intently through the murky
Rutb's extra Inning victory over stuff by that time y'got to find I It coming, captain Dick gloom until his eyes came to a focus nations of the earth. They are not
Sherrod Smith. The Babe was then: "and the schooner will being Judged regarding -
for UIan' that witch! Yge said finally on something lying half across personal
a great left-hander In the box.Ruth's me? It's got to be foundl! I don'tcare jo down in it. Why not take the the threshold. With a little starl salvation but for their treat.

how y'do it. .0'. It's done. If captain and his daughter off? You of surprise he recognized the bodyof ment of Christ's brethren.

last Hurling not we'll string the capt'n up by; don't want them to drown" one of the two Carlbs left behindon Who are his brethren? First we

In 1918 the Red Sox returned to his thumbs 'til he remembers an' "The' hell I don't" snapped the the schooner think of his brethren after the flesh

the post-season carnival for the fifth ye an' this ,lrl'll come next. If w. other. "I didn't put 'em there an'I the people of the Jewish race Scripture

time. That year they whipped the can't do any better we'll tie y'up I In: ain't goin' to take 'em off." Another Ugly Battle reveals again end again that i ll

Cubs where Babe Ruth dating backto the cabin an' set the schooner afire "Then will you let me go backto For Rose and DickA God is watching over his chosen I

) 1916 turned in 29 scoreless Then ye an' the treasure can go to them?" people even though they are now
reddish clot of blood In the mid. scattered In Judgment for their un
innings. Babe was the master of that hell together. Tucu grinned "Y're goln' to show
die of the forehead told where a but belief. He will not hold guiltless
party his final as a pitcher beforehe "And the smuggled Jewels?" me where them smuggled goods was
jet had entered and brought his life who harm his people (Gen. 12:1.3).
turned to home-run hitting at queried Dick smiling chucked off the steamer, or y're i
Ed Barrows' suggestion. Babe Captain Tucu regarded him an In. ,oln' to feed the fishes. to a sudden end. The word "brethren" is also usedin 80,6%
Inside the cabin came the
carried the world series From such a passage as Matthew 12:
usually slant In silence and then shook his clear enough
The man's plan was
low shifting sounds of 'wordles 48-50 to include all who do the will of cue showed
along with him using his pltchln head. "; ain't sure there ever was Convinced there was nothingof .
now with the combatants struggling clinical impror
or batting eye for this worthy pur Jewels." he said suspiciously. conflict of God. That suggests a broader application -
any great value aboard the schooner back and forth In a deadly meat after only 10
pose. It has now been a matter of ""I may give y'one more chance he had abandoned her until after their breath coming In of these words. days treatment with
embrace .
28 years since Boston saw its last to prove it. Then-then-ye'll wish he had found the smuggled gems Our attitude toward God expresses sourroNi ia Impartial,

world series. y'd died on that raft. It would be Later If the storm did not send the short wheezy gasps itself in our attitude toward scientific test.OR .

In the last 10 years Tom Yawke much easier, I reck'n than the waye'll schooner to the bottom he could Dick slipped down the few step our fellow man. That which we do
has spent enough money to win me." and stood astride the dead Carib toward those about us is not a mat
go y'dlsappolnt return and salvage her if she was SORETONE
three championships, but this happened He blinked a moment under the ter of indifference but I. the bade

In the era or epoch where the Tucu Is Convinced worth It strong light of the swinging cabin for God's Judgment of our lives. Made by McIn a Robblna

Yankees had too much stuff.It The gale was stiffening every lamp before he took In the slgnlfl. Each of us must answer for the Self wm sosq, butt palate
There Is No Treasure ... minute and the work of getting under .
cance of the scene. deeds done in the flesh whether they

Is only natural that Boston .up. As the search proceeded and way was hurried With almost The second Carib had disarmed be good or evil. That is true even 500 and $1.00 j

porters are looking for another nothing was found the half-breed' bare poles the lugger would have Rose and with one powerful hand of the believer (II Cor. 15:10), whose

world aeries mop up, making It short and surly, He great difficulty In standing up In pinning her against the wall he was salvation has already been determined .
temper grew .
seven In a row. This time they have the deck most of the time the wind and rough sea. A giant trying to encircle her waist with by his faith in Christ.
the best team the home of the bean kept wave swept the deck. With a yell With of
his on Dick who was lashed to his free arm. a growl rage Here in our lesson however the
and the cod ever has sent Into the foremast, or on Rose Captain Dick tried to save himself but with Dick sprang at the brute catching failure to do that which shows forthGod'

action. It la an even better team Bedford had been held a prisoner his arms tied behind his back he him by the neck and with a jerk law of love Is made the 1 .

than the 1912 outfit that knew was as helpless as a child. He rolled wrenched his head back. Then ground of eternal judgment Thi
the fo'c's'le where he had been
In :
Speaker. Lewis and Hooper for the and and was saved at irr i ..sou..,..
subjected to certain thlrd-degre over over looping an arm around the neck he Is not because an act of kindness e eh"Aastw ,
finest defensive outfield In baseball methods of Tucu's invention but the last minute by Black Burley pried the head backward until he itself can be regarded as the r 'aueetweIessu
history Pins Smoky Joe Wood In ; who Jerked him back In the nick of strangle hold the Juar A q Wtl1wt m
the wandering mind of the demented could get a on ground 'of division but because the IN PSATN.a.,.
the box. Plus Bill Carrlgan back of man was a treacherous thing to time. windpipe.The failure to give it or do it reflectsan SPREAD ON ROOSTS

the bat. depend Carib was a big powerful attitude of heart toward our God
The 1849 Red' Sox carry base. In time the old man's very willIngness Once Again.Dick man with a head as hard as a bat. and his Christ which is In reality a
and arms and legs a. rejection of his of salvation. WNU-7 37-44
ball's two essentials bitting and to talk of the hidden treaure Plunges Into Sea terlng ram way
pitching. But the Red Sox road record them. thick and solid as tree trunks. Alter Judgment is thus a revelation of
that Joe Cronln's youn "Cut these ropes," Dick spluttered the first shock of surprise h. the attitude ot the' heart which
proves "Hell muttered Tucu In discus .
: "and give me a chance. Another to shake his assailant marks Watch YourKidneys
men are far from being Invlnclbl. "'He never had no treasure." '. struggled a man or woman as being
They are the beat team in baseball He strode on deck his eyes bloodshot wave like that will finish me from his back grunting and blowIng either saved or lost. It may be pos

\nyway. although their man-gainst- with anger. Seizing Rose by Captain Tucu nodded to his mate. loudly. Dick's strength had been slble to so becloud the thinking of /
"Cut 'em an" take him below" spent In the struggle In the friends and neighbors that
man selection doesn't leave any badly wi
the arm he said: "Y've been Iyln'ter Help Them (deans the Bloodof
wide margin over the Dodgers or me. There wasn't no treasure Dick waited his chance. He had water and as they rolled and twisted may go through life looking something Harmful Body Waste

Cardinals who also can play their aboard." definitely, decided to trust his lite over the 'cabin floor his own like a Christian but when Tear mataatly Blteriif

share of baseball. "I never said there was," she replied to the sea again and to try. to reach breath came In short labored gasp. Christ judges It will all be revealed waste matter.r.b-: blood stream. But
kldaeye somMlmse lM la thslf work-a*
schooner Better die battling In spite of his advantageous hold Notice .importance of a proper: .
coolly. "You took Father the aol *et a* Nature Intended<<<*U to r*
with the elements than sal away he realized that the Carib might attitude toward those who need ourkindness move Imparities that U retained. may
word for It, and I told you he w..n'tresponsible oleos the .,..... sad apeel Poe whole
and Comment the better
Query for what he said." with the black pirates. He stood a eventually get of him and help. All too often the< body ..Ieblaery.po .
Bystanders and noncombatantscan her moment stretching his limbs and The bull-like neck rose and tell only concern of men and women Is Symptom m.* b* eatflnf bsokaeh.
Tucu glared at in, silence aeadaeli: ,attacks of dlsilnssa.fdtlns .
think up more questions than I his face working In a passion. Then watching the heaving seas. Another emitting horrible gurgling sounds. to look out for "number one" and .P allot, swellini. punier

can answer. But here are a few belated without a word he dropped her arman4 wave smaller than the first but his strength showed no signs of let the rest of the world shift for 1. uil.ty ader the sod.y los 1_ol 11I pep ila cad' ol etnagtb....0..*

attempts from recent mail: strode toward Dick. "Y'got one but big enough to give him an excuse -, weakening. The powerful muscles sell Othof sliu ol kldniy or bladder dla-

Sldellner Among the more Important more chance," he said ominously; swept over the bow. of the were working slowly and steadily.: Observe also that the Lord Identifies too rder f raqusnt sea sometimes urlostloa.Tbsr bunlas. scanty a* ,

and leading college football "Y'lied 'bout this treasure. Nqw lugger and rolled aft. while Dick's were rapidly weakening himself with his brethren- .should be ao doubt that prompttrsatmsnl
under the strain. Is done to and for them 1. la wiser *
games of the coming season you we'll see If y'were lyln' 'bout them When It struck him. he gave another Doan's Pills. DM*'I'i.'t:
can list Army-Notre Dame; Army. 'Jewels." yell as if calling for help but Then when It seemed as If his last counted as done to and for him. DOW Irlsnd (or mar thsa forty ,.....
ounce of strength had been used up Compare the experience of SamuelI Thy bar a aecloa-wld* reputation.I
Michigan; Illinois-Notre Dame; Ala. "What's wrong captain asked Instead of resisting the mass of I rsaomBeadsd by patelul people th*
and his burly antagonist was still Sam. 8:7) and of Paul (Acts 8:5.
bama-Georgia and Georgia-Okla- Dick realizing that something had green waters ha plunged straight : I Muntry stet. den four a fasrDOANS <
hums A. and M. There will be many happened to bring matters to ahead Into them and assisted them In carrying fresh and active a sudden deafe Touch God's people and you touch

others, but these win be among the "There aln't DO treasure him overboard, .Black Burlci tog crash shattered the stillness, him. Fail them and you fall him I PILLS

best aboard. Y'made up that tale. Now made a grab tor him with Us long (TO BE: CONTINUED) Serve them and you serve him.


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: County Tax Assessor thai A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa
So, of the County for Amendment to Article XVI, of the Con.
of Levying State, County, of the State of Florida By
Municipalities in the Count Adding; Thereto An Additional Section to
Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment ba Concurrent .
: which Shall be Exempt Resolution of the Senate and
... of this Amendment, House of Repreientatlves of a Director
by the State County. of the Budget and to Authorlre the Legislature .
Board School Districts to Prescribe his Powers and
your < School Districts and the Duties Qualifications and Term of Of.
: ot the County Except the flee.
: : STATE: OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment to Ar.
Ing ; following Amendment tide XVI of the Conitltutlon of the State
: :
ot the Constitution ol J: ol Florida by adding thereto an addi.tlonal .
relative to the Assess section to be known si Section i4
of all taxes In the be and the same is hereby agreed to andshall
State of Florida. be submitted to the electors of the
)" In Section 11 aa adopted State of Florida for ratification or rejection .
Election of 1844 so as to at the general election for Repre.
Section II ct Article VH senutlvei to be held la the year 1B4,
of the State of Flor u follows
Amending Section 11 ol SECTION 14. The Leglslaturs steel by
of ,the Constitution of the law provide for a Director of the Budget ,
as adopted at the Q... I who ihall be appointed by a concurrent "' "
In November of 1144 so resolution of the Senate and House ot "
321:8.13)I I it read Section U of Article Representatives and shall by law eon.ilstent .
Constitution of the State 01 with other provisions of this Con.
Fact"n: to exclude the City of Plan itltutlon prescribe hi. powers end duties,
I Amendment; Be and the provide for his qualifications and term
Ia. ,. agreed to and shall be of office, the length of which shall be
the Electors of the State wholly within the discretion of the Leg.slature .
: : Ratification er Rejection and shall not be limited by Sec.
: Election to be held on tins 1, Article XVI of the ConaUtutioa.I .
after the first Ifonday
: :: 1B44 _
1. From and after Janus COMMITTEE: SUBSTITUTE!:
has the County Tax Assessor of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. TS
so County shall assess all A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the
all State, County, School Amendment of Section 30, ol Article HI
81 Taxes to b.thvl't.t': of the Constitution of the State of Flora
County by School Ida. Relating to A pproprl.Uon.rBE
Tax School Districts and TUNE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
\ except In the City ot Plant That the following amendment of Sec.
why which City shall be exempt tlon 30. Article III ot the Constitution of
of this "i.'I" the State of Florida relating to approprl.
re shall, st the atloni li hereby agreed to and shall be
in 1847 and from time to submitted to the electors ot the State
enact laws specifying the
ot Florlds for ratification or rejection at
., duties and
but compensa the next General Election to be held In
County Tax Asieaaor dialg- November A. D, 1948, that la to say th.tlaid
: 1 of Section 11, and Section 30, Article III of the Con.
provide by law for the dilution of the State ol Florid shall be
the Asaiumcnt Roll of the
intended and as mended. shall read aa
I Asaeuor ol all taxis levied followst ,
County, County School SECTION to. Lawa making the ipproprlatlons .
of : : Districts, Special: Tax for the Mlarles of public
and Municipalities lo officials and employees and all other
County ot Hlllsborough, expeniei of the State shall contain pro.vlilons .
with the exception ol
on no other subject nor shelf aa
and Plant City, which Is hereby appropriation be an Incident ef any other
.e. provisions ot this bill; all state appropriations except ape
I roprlatlons for the county schools, coun.
at : 1. From aDd after Janus ties. cities, or other political subdivisionsof '
the County Tax Collector in the State, appropriations for perms.
this of Hllliborough. State ol neat improvements and buildings for
collect all taxes levied in state Institution as provided for by laws
the State, County, County enacted at the 1945 legislature or prior
School Districts Special legislatures and for penilonsretirement
are Districts and Municipalities funds and trust funds ihall be IncludedIn
of County, Florida, except one general appropriation bill or soyamendment
Plant City, It being exempt or supplement thereto and
cl this Amendment hall be for no longer than two years.
: :, shsll st the Legls- All appropriations made prior to the
of 1M7 and from time to adoption of this section which are con.
enact laws specifying the trary to the provisions of this sectionshall
., duties and compflnu- expire as el July 1, 1147.
Tex Collector designated
1 of Section 11, and shall .
for the collection care, HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. ITT
and disbursement of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing sa
by the County Tax Amendment to Article V of the Constl.
> tables of Florida by Adding Thereto anAdditional
--.- Section Relating to the Else.
tloa of the Judge of the Court of Record
: '' RESOLUTION: NO. lit la and for Eicambla County and the
RESOLUTION Proposln as County Solicitor ot laid County.
: : to Article VIII o5 the on- B*: IT RESOLVED!: BY THE LEGISLA
State ot Florida Relative TUB or THC: STATE OF FLORIDA:
:no' Property for Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article V ol the
: of Taxes, by Adding Constitution of the State of Florida b,
.! Sections to Provide mended by adding thereto an additional
: : : : County of Bay State of MCtlea to be known as Section 48 of
In County Tax Assessor shall laid Article, relating to the election of
of the County for the the fudge of the Court of Record In and
: "In.faxl'te Levied County: by School the far Escimbla County and the County
Solicitor of said County and the same is
,, Special School Board hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted
Tax School Dis to .* electors of the state of Florida
.. of the County, I" ratification or rejection at the On.ral .
I : : BY THE: LEQISLA- Election: to be held on the tint
: STATE: OF FLORIDA Tuesday after the tint Monday In No
Amendment to Ar ember, 1B48, at followii
: I ; \ the Constitution of the SECTION 4*. The Judge of the Court
relative to the Aueas- 01 Record In end for Eacambia: Couniy
of ell taxes In the and the County Solicitor of Mid County
State ot Florida, by add- hall hereafter be elected by the qualifiedlectors
: additional sections to bs of laid county as other elite and
: : 14 and Section 11, be count,. officials are elected. The first
I. hereby agreed to and election of the Judge of the Court ol
I to the Electors of Record In and for Escambla County and
Florida for rstlflcatica or :t rt.County 1 1:1t8n.I.: : county
the general election be held at Election In
And I : tint Tuesday alter h'to 948, to take office the first Tuesday
:: : 1846, aa foUowil tier the tint Monday In January, 18iD,
And for a term of four The term or
14. (U From and after tenon of office ofananyone heretoforer
the County Tax Assessor
It hereafter appointed to either of the i
of Bay State of Florida, offices herein mentioned shell not be ...
: all property for all State, ended hereby. Any vacancy In either
and Municipal taxes to 01 said offices which occurs prior to said
;;:: : : the County by the State fiat Tueiday after the tint Monday In

the \ ::r.1IT School Board,Districts School January menu by, Ii4 the,Governor shell be filled and confirmation by appoint.

b y the Senate as heretofore provided by
shall st the Leg!.- he Conitltutlon. but In no case for any
:: : 1 In 1847 and from time to longer than until the first Tueiday after
enact laws specifying the the first Monday In January 184 and
<< !, duties and compenss- ha term or tenure of office of anyone
171 Tax Assessor designated ppolnted to either of laid offices for
of this Section( 14, and he term beginning! In
his provide .by law for the on said tint Tuesday Uh.h..f :
: the assessment roll of the Monday In January, 1948.
; : Assessor of all taxec levied SECTION 1. Any proTlilon ef the
County County School Constitution la conflict .herewith Is bore.y
'lt. and Districts municipalities., Special Tax I b repealed.

SECTION 13. (I) From and after IN TUTtMO-WERE r I' have
January 1, 1M4, the County Tax Collec- hereunto set my hand and affixed the
the BOUSI JOINT RESOLUTION: NO. it tor la the County of Bay State of FlorIda Great Seal of the state of Florida at s
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa shall collect all taxes levied In the Tallahasse. the Capital, this the lit day
was Amendment to Article VIH el the Con' County by the State County, CountySchooBoard 01 A u uat A. D. llta.I v
itltutlon of the State of Florlda Relative School Districts Special SEAL R. A. GRAY
(p. : to Aesiiemant tt Prosertr ax Taxes and Tan School Districts and Msal.lpaIItles,I Beotetary it State

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One of the most deflite trends in N..tionaf"plata glue production I| In 1944, for the drat time In hll.1 "d' 040 MOTICIIOKEECUOBEIII

Urge air-craft design, cording to during 1946 may top 1941 best previous -'I tory, according to the Metropolitan i l COUNT. FLORIDA 1068 More DeadlyTo
Septeinbrr 16, 1U40
B. F, Goodrich engineer, U the use: year,according to Llboey-Owena-| Life Insurance Company, the average' CLASSIFIED ADSFOR
of dual-tire landing gear liitead of Ford Glasa Company, by as much u length of life of the American people pursuant to Section a of Chapter Insects Than DDT

auper-alie single tlrea. I ten million square feet. I exceeded 63 years OO = I = C O' 18206.known! Law II the of MURPHY Flol'lda. Act ACT.of and lUST Inmirananee ,

of Chapter 206 8. Laws of
/ SALE IT In rlil a. Acts of 1M1, known a* the Comparative te U made at lome
RVRROLADB3: DRAINAGE DIB- of our state unlveraitlea show that

BABY CHICKS-Heavier C, 0. D. TRICK lord, situated ACT' the In Everglade following I described Drainage 068, the newest insecticide, la sew

.. ""i\'. $14.95 for 100. David'Nichols District In Okeechobee ConntT.. Flor. I eral time more deadly to many
Ids will be offered for ale at publle I
- "'11II Hatchery Rockmart, Georgia outcry for tbe highest and beat cut insects than DDT.SOUTHLAND'S .
bid. subject to the right of the
FOR SALE-5 Tire auitable for tree of tbe Internal 1m T"e'l FRUITY ODOR
Glade Buggy/ or tractor work. 16 slo"ers of Everglades Drainage
trlct to reject any and all bid, at the contains 1068 and la a aure killer
ply size 23 X 19. Best offer take
OnrtbouM, beginning at 10:00
) I these tire Telephone 4-5900 n'olork A. M. on ton 2111 day ot11I'lob..r. for roaches, ante, moths, bedbug,
HMD. Ae to all parrel of lend flies, mosquitoes, and other home
2350 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.I lore or more title to onehalfof
I petroleum and tbree-fonrths of hold insect of this region. The spray

/J \WANTED FOR SALE- blnet Wood Stove.1! Trniteei other mineral of the will Internal fa* referred by ia stainless!! and hai a pleasing odorj
, Improvement It
!I'I Practically new, j jJ. i I Fend. Buement for road right of It It a year-round ipray and should
war 200 feet wide will be
F. Bond aid Trustees from any parcel ;throng I find a permanent plaoe In every

which there la an exlatlnc stets road; home. At the supply this year Itlmitl
FOR IALE-Ity Horsepower Eleo and easement for dralnaie and I
reclamation and for road ogee .d, pity tat by ordering your
trio Motor will be reserved br Boar:
... ... ._. I I II Commissioners of Everglades the Drala.a. of. bottle now from RauUrtcn'i Grocery,
Ok'toh b'e Newt .. Dlatrlot Oketohebe. Batltfaotlon guaranteed

I C. B. PARKERSON RECEIVES Lota 4 A, B De Blk..rlptle 1J WrlBht* First : or money refunded

( Lot 11 A 12 Blk. D. OK xrholiee
WITH FLA. POW, & LIGHT CO. Ili.vplopment ('0. Add
I Notice
2,378,970POUNDS 1.01I/ Blk. :22 ltlverldt Pork Add. of Election
Lot 10. rtlk. g. Wrlgbt* First Add
C. H.- Parker i on, local manager for NW% of N. V4 ot NEK.\ lieI' IT. To the Sheriff of OKEBTIIOBF.K

"- OF the Florida Power &: Light Co., this Twp. 87. lice All Cniintv.. nf the $tote of Florida:
f Lot 1. 2.I/ and 0. Blk. 4.1: First Be It Known That GRAY
week received a pin at a token for Add In South Ok.... !I wretnTv of Stole 01 n'IIA I of t

COPPER WIRE If!I I167,42O' his thirty yean of service with that 1.01 12. Rlk. 1:). RIvrrHlde OP THE Park INTER.RDTRt'IITF.PS Plorl.lu, do hereby give hollce that a

company. He started out with.them NAI IMPROVEMENT FUND General
I In St. Augustine in 1916. OF .THE STATE OF FLORIDA

... Later Mr. Parkeraon was transferred BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS
be held In
to Miami where he remained AOR DISTRICT Stale of Klorliln. on Titeniliiy next milecillnir -/

"_' until he was transferred to Okeechobee B.V MABEL P. RAULERSON Agent the first Monday In NOT.mll.r.
: A P. 1040, the
I II II for Trustees of the Internal TueHiliiy being the
INSULATORS In September 1924. Improvement Fund and
for Board of Commissioners
I He wa* mad manager of the Okee- ef Everglade Drainage Dl*. Fifth Day ofNovember

I chobee Office In April 1938. trlct.Florda Okeechobee County:

16,380 I.

For frilled Rtnt<>* A<>notor.
LIGHT POLES I For Rrpriwntntlve of the SIXTH
nngreiialnniil r .trlrt of the Stole ofInrlilii.
In the F.ljrhtlpth fongrriii oftho
1 Staney's rnlted Stntra.
\ For Two JiiHflrp of the Supreme
(Hurt of Ito Mint of Florldn..
8,560 For Two Riillrnnd Commlaiilnnpr
nf the Rtnle of Florliln.
For State Rcnntnr for NOVE (:
TRANSFORMERS q"OotorlAI District of the State of

I I RADIO AND APPLIANCE InrMit.For ONE. Member of the flame of
e i<|>re.ent.flve of the Stole of Flnr.It'n. -
I :
Fur Clerk of the Circuit Co.nllng rt.
SERVICE I ('onrt.Fnr Pro..... Attorney, County

I For TWO County CommUaloner. .
; lutrlrla Two and Four
BEFORE For TWO Member of the County
lonrd of Public
Instruction. UlHfrlct
For Jnetice' of the Pence
In and for
I we can make cheap electric service the following Justice niatrlvt*. vU :
available to new houses, farms, atones Constable In and
the follow-
and factories. New Radios Available Now log Jnatlre District, via: None.
Teatlmonv Whereof I have here
Just a* toon at we can get additional I unto..... act my hnnd nnd affixed the
( .nl Senl of the State ot
supplies of critical materials, the more Electric and BatteryLOCATED at Tallnhnasee, the Capital, this the
I !rst day or Plllpmhpr, A L. I'MO
than 2000 members of our organization (Seal)

will make their to bring K A. GRAY
'I good pledge you IN Secretary of Stale,

the benefits of Sunshine Service" .I NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG. To Sheriff HON. ;OKEBC1IOBKE N, O. STEWART.:
. at the earliest possible moment.v ,," IX 1'1IF: l'lIIl1'1'I' I'lII'Hr o i/: 'III .

.. !4.4 -- -- -- NISTII .HIIHMAl, CIKfTiT OF
J *
'_J.i' " I i !
.dllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, IIIIIIIUlIIIIII11II1II1II1II1I1IIb. IN CHANCERY.
its a Ife.

\ nORm POIIC\GHT\ OIIPm( v. Plaintiff,

I 'IAROAItET IOHIUSnS nllli C. 111
'm' \ BEST WISHES IiiGHN11iTll.:
IIr \

For a Successful snd OrSLEY P. II I. lAnOAItF.TtJUUSI'S IIKillSMITII. If alive,

nncl. If Acid to their unknonn

__ -.. helm il.vlneea' lehntee, or grantee ;
and to nil peraiin having or claim-
FOOTBALL SEASONMay lug nn Interest In the following
.. .....
-4 'rlhed lundii iltunte, lying and he-
t- Ill? In the County of ()k "ho"PP. State
nf Florida' To wit I I
Lot ID. U and l. of Hl-k iOu of
This Be The Best Of All the Town of Okeefhobee, nvrorillng
to pint of mild Town rernnlvil In
the orH,'. of the Perk of Circuit
Court of St I.nc'le County. Florlila
In Pint Book :3. it Pnye IT nlmi Inokeerhobee
A County, Flnrldii, In
lER. -0- Pint Kook 1, at I'age 10.
l101'lt OIIKKTINU : ,
i Percy Mlnir. Joined by hit wife (lertriidu .
Mlnir bowing filed In this co"rtIbplr
1\ .t: sworn bill of coinpluliit In this
Now for cult, the Olllllrp and purpose IIr which
SUMMER Prepare the Cool Days and Nights I. to ltleriiilne the title of the plnlntllT.
to the lund herelnnhove described to
That are coming. he a good and aufnVlent absolute fee
ilmple title to hove all clnlni and
"CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS' Interests of the defendiiute and each
if them In cud to sold land pnHaeil

Hard to Get But We Have Received a Shipment upon upon and'the plaintiff iletermlned.title til remove to mid cloud land

br quiet and confirm the plHlntlftV
135 ROOMS 130 BATHS of title thereto, and In which hill of rnin
plaint the plaintiff able that they
believe there are person IntereHteil In
GRILL COCKTAIL LOVNOf the loud herein Involved and heri'ludeHcrllied. .
91.nve and bowing naniiMl
BLANKETS and COMFORTS therein certain lemons n* hums hy
RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC FANS mini tn them, the soil |ilnlnlllT.. hut
I su ant known by them the mild iiliiln
liPs. whether sill peraona are ilnatl or
) aeautgrtn aea Ctuemtmt Wttufaet FtVMtta/i Bttmk also HEATERS0 alive' and n* helleved by them, the,
onll idnlntllT*. If living. <,> he InterentJ
IN EVERY ROOM ; J In the |iroierty| nnd premise hereIn -
Involved and herelnnbiive ,deacrllied.nnd. .
If (lend, In have been InterrHteil

SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS therein And hnvlng! mode. all pernon hnvlngor
rlnlnilng any Interest In the aboveileiirrllied
loud (hurtles ilefeniliint tu
eSPECIAL the acid hill of iMimplnlnt ;
Comfort And hnvlng demanded. from the
(S r 4 penoaa) GraaUd UponPreMotatlon Sleep in with a Clerk of ClriMilt Court In and for Okeerhohee
FAMILY RATE 5f1 Cniinty. Klnrldn. the making of
of Thl AdTertisemcat an order reqiilrlnir avert peraona and
SEALY TUFLES MATTRESS portico to appear to thelr'anhl hill of
oaths romiilalnt upon a Any not 1(',. than
Location: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach, S. No. 1 Highway i i0 twenty-eight days nor more than
from tho lute of the. making
sixty day
2 Miles from Ocean via Nearest Bridge of soil order:
Hint each and! covey the ili-fHiiilHiitu
abuse named, designated and |iecllleil
e are hereby reiiilred to ap'e.r herein
tn the plnlnllnV lilll nf complaint
WOOLRUGS9X12 herein filed, on the 14 day nf October
A. D. Wll.I and that this urder be publlHheil -
In The Okeechohee New. s
Several Patterns Choose From newspaper nf general rlrcnliltlon pub.llahul .
to In Okeeiholiee County, Florid,
once a week for four conacutlve

wP, kTSERK my hand a* Clerk and
the Senl of sold Court tbl* l.'th il.y
Ve 4*' -0- of September A. D. 11MI1, at Okeeohobee. -
In the County and State aforennld.
/ ICIrriilt Court Neal
Mabel P. Ranlernon
Clerk Circuit Court
Okeechohee Counlv.Florida.

Burney Kelz Co. T. W Conely, Jr. *.





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|M1M1M1hh General M1hhh I Quiz M1h M1M1P h M1M1 MrThe J ) a SERVICEBUREAU\, : .41iuai :' 1Javod(9

4 'ecer 'a
Questions i _
I, What is lacking in a person fMEMOS. . EDITOR'S NOTE This newspaper
who is anosnic? through special arrangement with the r.
w'W.'F'fOf }( < :Ob4i1 ia IaoioWr +:tM1' M ofVN% %: :I: Bureau Western Newspaper -'
2. Where is the "Land of the Washington of
White Elephant"? Union ol 1616 Eye Street N. IT.

3. How old were the Dionne Washington, D.Cb able to bring read

quintuplets on May 28, 1948 en this weekly column on problem of
4. Who did Joe Louis defeat to he veteran end tervieeman and hit .

become the world's heavyweight family.' Question may be addressed to

boxing champion? da he above Bureau and they will be answered 1 -4
:9. What does the maxim "Ca In a subsequent column Ao

veat Emptor" mean? b ,piles can be mad. direct by mail
6. The prefix tele in such wordsas but only in the column which will up-

telegraph and telescope means pear in All newspaper regularly.

7. How deep is the lake formedby z On-the-Farm TrainingOne

Boulder dam?
8. Dolly Madison was hostess of year after V-J Diy saw
the White House 16 years. How 1,250,000 veterans of World War U

was this possible? enrolled In some form of education Wr it
or training under the two law
The Answers I providing such faclllUei for war vet- I Iw


1. The sense of smell. I According to Gen. Omar N. Bradley -

2. Thailand. VA director the greatest problem r

3. Twelve years old. facing the C.I. educational and ,
4. James J. Braddock in 1937. raining program li that of the col- ; j
5. Let the buyer beware: I leges In securing teachers and In ,

6. Far off. 'providing classrooms and living

7. Over 500 feet. quarters for this tremendous influx
8. Thomas Jefferson's wife died I of students. General Bradley pre- "VA; )l

before he became President, so dicted that In the next year this figure 437

the wife of his secretary of state k4 x i.. I would be doubled. ;
hostess for eight 4apd#eiKs.V.BN. wwSY.VOO.Mw.aw-....., 34-48
was officially One of the newer forms of edu
years. Then James Madison became Add Finishing Touches to Canning Now! cation is on-the-farm training, com Year 'Round Favorite

President for two terms (See Recipes Below) bining class work with practical supervised fAt HERE'S a style that's good the

farming. To supplement year 'round-a softly tailored
Late CanningWell I the educational VA has 1542 for
LYNN CHAMBER'S MENUS' program two-piecer created especially
r prevailed upon the army and navy 6-14, yrs.Frock the more mature figure. Note the
NONE St Joseph I IBETTEA the summer's about over, : for release of more than 2,000,000 [[U deep notched collar, the soft fullness

with late fruits peeping throughthe Stuffed Pork Shoulder I text books for veterans studying under at the shoulders; the neat,

'WORlOt LARGEST SIUIH 41 Is' leaves In the Slivered Carrots and Onions I Public Law 16 and the G.I. Bill. belted waistline. The smoothly

W A6 orchard and ,the Green Beans General Bradley expressed concern for Young Girl gored skirt is delightfully easy to
2f'last: of the sea- Mashed Potatoes Gravy over failure of the veterans to' A SIMPLE yet very prettyschool put together.
'f. son's vegetables Garden Salad take advantage of their govern dress for the lass of six e e .

) '> '! pushing upe' Biscuits with Honey ment Insurance. Less than one out to fourteen. Use a gaily stripedor Pattern No. 1437 Is designed for size
through the earth. Plum Cobbler Beverage plaid fabric and trim with 34 36, 38, 40. 42, 44 46 and 48 Size 36,
: of four veterans have premiums up- short sleeves, 4 yards ft 39-Inch fabric
;;: 2: i!;,.t I am assuming date on government Insuranceand bright contrasting ric,rac and unusual The FALL and WINTER !.... of FASHION .
:' : "\, ; I'i you have most of novelty buttons. She's sure l> now read that aparallnf pattern -
'J : almost 10,000,000 eligible veterans magaalna that'. new and different.Fiftytwo
1ttk ft "S'. your canning Soak cucumbers peppers cab are now without National to be the' envy of her young page. of emart fa.hlooi ksvsldirectly
to the needs or every .maa whe.
:, done but there bage, onions and tomatoes in salt Service Life Insurance while originally friends. sews. apseIal American D..lgner 0.555.
f': .'s are some things e e e sale . beauty and bom..ma"lnll sea-
water (Vi cup salt to 2 quarts water 95 per cent of them carried Hone eieltlnf Junior I original deel nsfree
that cannot be ) overnight. Drain. Cook the car the Insurance when they were la Pattern No. 1542 comes In sizes (. S, 10 . printed pattern Inside the bo.k.
canned until late. That time will 12 and M years. Size 8, 23. yards of 33or It'* errantly what year reader are watt
rots and string beans in boiling water the armed services. In other words .
39 Inch; 3i. yards rio rae. Inc for rile 88 <.ne.,
soon arrive, so be prepared! until tender. Drain well Mix 90 billion dollars worth of economic Send your order to:
Sometimes It Is the things canned soaked and cooked vegetables with security has been permitted to :

last that are the sweetest and best remaining Ingredients and boil for lapse. One of the Important objectives SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEP?.
turned out. That may be because 10 minutes. Pack into sterile jars of VA during the coming year asiJT {30 South Wells St. Chicago 7, m.
CALOX were In practice, but perhaps, too.U'I and seal. will be help to veterans in reinstating Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
change to because things .like pears and ''-: pattern desired.
Two preserved fruits that are their insurance. ;;
and the family Pattern No "'".
grapes are In season,
for the tonic elect likes end-of-the garden pickles both Grape piquant Gumbo and and Peach satisfying and Apple are- Questions and Answer ra", I"Unh Ib" >>"n Name

smile best of all. Q.: My husband Joined the armrApril
on your Conserve. Here are preserves Needed Address
Look what you've canned Interpreter
over that will add that magic touch to I, 1946. We have two children -
Efflclrnl Calais srorHu hoe treys during the summer before windingup Joan-What is the name of theneighbor's
the meat course during winter: two and four years of age.
1 Helps rernoT* 61......bri..s oat with a final session of canningand Gumbo. Also a good farm, cows, moles, bogs new baby?
all the natural luatr of woos try to balance the canning cup- Grape and Jasper-They don't know yet.
chickens. I meat care for all
amUe. board and fill in spaces with the 4 pound eeded grapes She keeps trying to tell them, but
2 A pedal ingredient la Calox: foods you need. Our recipes todayare 1 orange, thinly diced of these thing We got the farm they can't understand her ENJOY HAPPY
encourage ntulor mauag.. of to help do H pound seeded raisin worked this year by my helping to
which bat a tonic effect on gum a variety you 4 do much of the work, which 1 was
...b.1 pa make them firm and just that. cups sugar unable to do. My health U not good.I They say that glasses make one
rorr.Ton up your smile..with Pear Batter. Cook all of the Ingredients until look Intelligent-that's just an optical LIFE & ENERGY
am 28 old and he Is 29 will
years ,
Cabal! Wash pears, but do not peel. Slice the mixture Is of the consistency of Illusion.
M-uba iMMHHin Mekiuae tdberds.ra. be 30 In February. I have no one
and add a small amount of waterto marmalade. Pour into sterilized
.. pbdrwdceatdcdt baov-bw to stay with me except his 70yearold -
91STRAINS.1 start cooking. Cook until soft, jars and seal at once. Like Father .take II/VII> ENERG TONIC t
mother. He wants to get out ofthe
then press through a colander. To Conserve needs stirring and and work Us farm next Jasper-My father just bought .Emulsion help ton np the)
each cup of pulp, add Vs cup sugar watching so that it does not stick. army an insurance policy. build stamina,energy and
and a few spices, if desired. Cookto Do not cook too long or these deli year. Is there any chance? Please Joan-Accident? .*when yon feel"dragged
help me.-Mrs. D. W. T.. Monlton, and rundown-and :poor die
a paste, stirring frequently to cate fruits will lose their color. Jasper-No, he took it out on flScott'the natural A4D Vitamins
SORENESS prevent burning Pour into sterile Peach and Cantaloupe Conserve. Ala.A. purpose. energy-building natural
'jars and seal at once. 1 pint diced peaches He should have no trouble obtaining I 011 need. Remember-swag

CUTS, BURNS You know fruit butters will spreada 1 pint diced cantaloupe his discharge since he Is a Taking Heed .'*. Buy rtcommmd. today-all ffood-tastinf druggUt. r

lot of slices of bread this winter 2 lemons, juice and grated rind father. Suggest he contact his com Joan-I tee you advertised your saxophone -
A favorite houiehold antiseptic drawing and put a damper on that rifling of 3 cups sugar manding officer and apply for his for sale

BALSAM and liniment OF for MYRRHI 98 ye.n+It Hanlord'eontalni the cookie 'jar. Here's how it's done H cup walnuts, blanched and discharge.Q. Jasper-Tie*, I saw my neighbor in SCOTTS EMULSION j

soothing gums to relieve the soreness and with apples: chopped During 30 months of army the hardware store yesterday buying a YEAR ROUND TONIC I
ache of over-uied and strained muscle Spiced Apple Butter. Combine ingredients with the exception service I sent my parents an allotment gun.
Take the sting and Itch out of bum, 4 apples month. Now '
gallons prepared of nutmeats. Cook until mix every my parent
scalds, insect bite, oalc and try poison
log, wind and eon bum, chafing and 1 gallon sweet cider ture is thick and clear. Add nut are dead. Can I collect the
chapped eldn. Its antiseptic action lea, 4 pints sugar meats and pour into sterile jars. amount I sent them from their es-
ene the danger of Infection whenever the 1 teaspoon allspice Seal while hot. tate when sold?-C. W. J., Green I

skin Keep it cut a or bottle broken.handy for the minor 1 teaspoon cinnamon Both plums and apples are late- Pond, Ala. feY

casualties of latehen and a.......,. At Pare, core and slice apples. Boll in-the-season fruits, yet they make A. This Is a legal question and you
your household druggist auto-6S4l trial economy eute bottle eua $1.23.25q cider until reduced by one-half. Add delicious jelly if you still have should consult a lawyer '

Go c. HANFORD MFa. CO..lyruuIOI, No y apples to cider enough of your sugar ration left. Q. I am a widow with one son :h II ; t'
Sol. ....ke.. 01 while boiling and jr t Crab Apple
Jelly. who I* now 16 years old, an aged
cook slowly until .. : Select sound crab apples. Wash father-in-law, aged 82, and another
the fruit is soft. ... 'tt'" t; .a.; .. and remove blossoms. Cut 'into .'" Patented -
son serving I '
Press through a "Y-;: -. overseas. get a family t AmiInt. .
Balsalll' 9s. without r.
< rrh allowance which Is Insufficient
M once Con1coon
) "" but
sieve and thenreturn fire Interior .
d "
peeling. Barely e> to supply the need of our boose- *Start a In remarks ble pas'
to fire cover with water Ii'and t1aI
w .. hold and the stock, etc. Living expenses a year tormaac.andlubltan a
and continuecooking -9"
boll until -I .
stirring frequently to pre fruit is tender. ; have risen, as yon know. Heals all dayHolds100 and night fuel *. Inl"wIthout .
Would I be
permitted to take
a Job
vent burning. When the fruit beginsto Strain the juice releellnt WARM
to supplement the family allowanceand ....
1I thicken, add sugar and spices. through a jelly mffiW: still be entitled to It?-Mrs. ot coal. Your home MORNING whee
Cook until smooth and thick. Pour bag. Measure and IDs every
M. A. M., Dana, N. C. reardl"S
l a I slits MI mil tr Into sterile jars and seal while hot. bring juice to a )ou awa e"-
A. There Is no reason why kind ot coal, weather
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO End-of-the-Garden Pickles. boiL Add Vf cup you gums say of the
? 1 cnp sliced cucumbers and shouldn't take a job.Q. or wo04-
of sugar to each cup of juice cokebriquets use!
1 cup chopped sweet peppers boll rapidly to jelly stage. Pour Into Can you tell me where the 383rd than a million' nOW In

1 cup chopped cabbage sterilized jelly glasses and seal im Infantry Is now? Are they discharged More '
1 cup sliced onions mediately. ? They trained in Camp
1 cup chopped green tomatoes Plum Jelly. White, Ore., and later went to San See 4t //IlII! !

1 cup chopped carrots Wash plums and cover with cold Luis Obispo, Calif., and were J

1 cup green beans, cut Into 1-inch water. Boll until plums are quite shipped Calif. to the Pacific.-M. P., Wood #'j.III. De414 ..

Urge Settles MI....i'JMilTIII W-seas....101 piece soft. Press juice through jelly bag tN-13th 56
: III SILT II 111(11111 2 tablespoons mustard seed strain and measure. Bring juice to A. The army says the 383rd Infantry 114 ea Me-
R MUM lilt ItllUMII all es....IfI.1 Idle I Itiiu 1 tablespoon celery seed a boil and add one cup of sugar for was Inactivated February 3, Kansas City
mi ts. .... jietitnitil 4. nstml 1 cup chopped celery each cup of Juice. Boil rapidly to 1946.

2 cups vinegar jelly stage then pour into sterile Q. I was discharged with a med .

2 cups sugar glasses and seal at once. ical disability from the nary In tt1

One of the best home ways_fa 2 tablespoons turmeric Plum and Orange Jelly. World War I with tuberculosis and ..a sii re.n U7.41r.'S...,.

5 pounds plums, cut up am unable to do manual labor. Can c.w r..Ns..colOra 'C '
BUILD UP LYNN, SAYS help me In ? NwR.aUNd '
6 oranges you any way (.lea rN Oa

1 lemon A. You should apply to your nearest Mod.' S20 Model 420A
RED BIOOD Making Good Jelly To extractthe lDarWaah office of the Veterans' administration
'juice from fruits and berries plums, cover with cold aster and ask for a disability Y d ....n'ia..= ..a s..dw.

It you lack BLOOD-IRON so that it is clear, use several and bring to a boIL Add oranges rating. If your Illness was the -

You girls and women who suffer ao thicknesses of cheesecloth or and lemon and cook until plums are result of your navy service It wouldbe
tram elm pi* anemia that yours pal*. some flannel A wire mesh soft Drain in jelly bag. Boll ex- a service-connected disability. -

to weak lack"dragged of blood-Iron.ouc"-ellla Bo try may Lydia be due E.) strainer may be used to hold the tracted juice 15 minutes and to every I but even If it is not lervlceconnectI I { It's .nolon

Plnkham'i TABLETS--on* of the beat cloth. The bag should never be 4 cup of juice, add 3 cups ed. you likely would be entitled to a
home ways to build up red blood-in squeezed or the ,jelly will be
Boll rapidly to jelly stage. disability
such eaae. Plnkham'a Tablet art on* sugar. pension. 6-+ io have
of the great**! blood-Iron tonlcai you cloudy. Pour into sterile glasses and seal Q. My father entered service JJ
can burl At all drugstore The best jellies are made in When you rout out all the jars and nearly three years ago claiming he t\\\\
small batches that
so cooking for
that seem likely prospects
caps was a single man and not naming MALARIAwII1Nx..U !
time can remain short. '
your home canning, or jars and caps his children as dependents. Be was e
For fruits rich In pectin (jellIng to share with neighbors, you can discharged a few months and .,
quality), use % to 1 of
cup set aside at once some kinds that we never received allotments dun
sugar for each. cup of juice. won't do. Into the discard group go
lag entire time be la
was ternIces
'' rfIEY CARRY The pectin content of fruits Is Jars and caps that have any crack. We were all under 18 year ol .
highest when they are just bare-
other defect that
nick dent, or any Is there
age. anything we could d.
DISEASE ly ripe. A combination of under '
would keeps jar from sealing air
SQREAO about It now?-Miss U. L. C., Cere. '
ripe and overripe fruit will tight. And set aside, too. odd shaped do, W. Va. '

t make a satisfactory combinationfor and very small jar*. They can be A. I am afraid there Is nothln S
flavor and pectin require- used for preserves or other purpo:;tes
to be done now. To be sure however
ments. where a"parnfiln seal :a uric 'iate
1 you might write-to the Offlc Ton I.C'71'J
bY > : N. rml: .
Released W i urn f nl Jn
OfU QIStS ItSE00yEARS of Dependency Claims War Department

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To plck: wild greens, use a large I To prevent cake frosting from
/ moisture-proof vegetable bag suchas breaking when cut, beat a tea-
those used in the refrigerator'to spoonful of vinegar into it when
keep the greens fresh. the flavoring is added.
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dy and fine voiles, can be restoredto meat roast by cooking slowly at a
4 t: their original crispness with low temperature.
..( gelatin. To do this, dissolve a tea -.-
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t., spoon of plain gelatin in a quartof
backsplash for washstand
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boiling water. Strain the solu-
sink. Have an ordinary piece of
tion and use as would boiled
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JITTER By Arthur PointerBy your window screens need a screws. The glass will be easy to
clean and look neater than oilcloth.
little mending to be practical,
r 1r
1 place a piece of mosquito netting Save a scrap of wool from the
over the hole and coat with shel-
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lac. After that dries, give it an- ing and turn it into a bracelet
t other coat and perhaps a third. handbag. These carry-all purses
-e- hang from the arm and are simpleto
Less time is required and thereIs make.
r less danger of doughnuts slipping I -
\, op NKOI' back into the fat if a wire Add a little salt when cooking
h was/ egg whip is used to lift them instead dried fruits and it will help bring
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Kor..h.n. .i>Utn. by thli Olob. lk.t
SUNDRIES 8 A. M.to5P.H.OKEECEOBEE World .. Hollow, with R>a. ..... W
linn laild.

Next Door to Poitofflc

Phone 186 Korcshan Unity tr., i J 6a AIM

Founded in 1881By

rte/ Marjory Stoneman Douglas

New life came laat spring to the

Burney Kelz only truly co-operative commu-
OKEECHOBEELIQUOR nity in Florida and one of the

Formerly very few remaining; in the United ' 0a the :,na: ...,,, a..r w th. 011 ae11tY
STOREOnly State, when ample electric light U...., fw u Sams d Cwt. eaah.hlealwe
Denmark's and power brought to the
Koreshan nita Estero, Flor
Bar In Town ida. The brown old buildings by

Complete Home Outfitters lovely Estero River, among their
thousand and
PHONE 34 jungle and "" ""-
one C m4 Stalmr Matin Flee
had been only inadequately -
Seward Swain Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. lighted lkwi SkOJ el Ewwbu Arlliani.
few bulbs
for twenty years by a
from their own generator, which
1 for parts of the day supplied also pacifism and socialism and the sunny bamboo sheltered paths. the only living Florida .
power for the Community ma- new developments In science. Their eyes are bright and serene,I community. cooperative

chinery. The sounds of it beatingIn their voices quiet with no worry. The question was would the
Sun and Stare Inside
the evening dark by the gleamof And there were younger members generator hold out? Electric
the river among palm shadows, They were engrossed in their who had grown up there or who ice had been promised from serv.Ft.
by the great buildings or small own semi-religious scientific belief had been there as children and Myers before
cottages where the elderly brothers which was Dr. Teed' own, that far returned again from the world's to be set and twiredabutowithhallthe

The Fredrick Studio and sisters sleep early rn that from being on the outside of a troubles, who walked briskly other needs of wartime their
old peaceful place vas like a slow world In a huge unknown uni- thinking things out. advance was a slow crawl alone
Atlantic Service Sta. (Upstairs Over Raulenon's oulse. verse, the world is hollow with Over in the big white Georgian the pmelands. The only generator
But like the pulse the Community the sun and moon and stars inside print shop opposite the store the thumped like a tired heart and the
Paul P. Robbins Owner Dept. Store) wag growing weaker, where and the map running all the one linotype clanked for a few devoted attentions of Brother Albert
once three hundred people filled way around a diameter of eight hours every day setting type for could hardly Keep it lIoinl/
EXIDE, BATTERIESLEE the great dining hall or listened to thous. .d snug miles. They had the American Eagle, which kepton But finally, after years it seemed
Portrait, Commercialand their own orchestra in the bamboo set an elaborate system of spirit coming out every week as it the new electric light service wn
TIKES gardens or moved serenely to levels on Naples Beach by which had for forty-one years under the installed.
classrooms or tasks between the they felt Dr. Teed' theory was editorship of Mr. Allen l Andrews,
GASOILGREASINGOKEECIIOBEE date palms, the oleanders and the proved. They would argue withanyone who by excellence of writing, Community Is CrowingThe
Ariel Photography eucalyptus of the first ambitiousplanting. I at any time, about the wealth of knowledge and untir press in the print shop
FLA. There fallacies of the Copernican sys ing interest in everything to do ared. The linotype was availableall
e members left of groupsnthat with the plant world of south Flor- day long. The store's new
DALLAS CLAY, Owner had followed dynamic Dr. Cyrus tem.More Important, although not ida has made it the outstanding paint shines under the big front

Teed out of Chicago In 1881 with so spectacular they had a real horticultural weekly of the state. lights and in the lights bright
sure enthusiasm that they had spirit of helpfulness and quiet The American Eagle was the first within where workmen tear down
found the right way of thinkingand brotherhood, released as they were asset of the community. If the old the old shelving and make it
living. from money worries, that lies at generator failed the press would modern. The power for the laun-
the heart of all that peaceful have to quit. dry and the kitchens is unlimitedand
i!< Believe In Celibacy dependable. More people began
world they built. They had made -
They gave up their money and the idea of complete cooperation Old Store Modernized to come back who had been
their property and household I of voluntary l communism, The big old store building, by brought up there as children, saw
HARDEN'STinker East Side goods gladly to the common wont. It was to be ;almost the last the unremitting toil of other how things were going and stayedto
ownership. Husbands and wives i iI of all those great American communities younger members, was transformed work enthusiastically.
Shop separated the Community belief I like Oneida and New into the most modern and Now next year a beautifully
Package StoreLiquors I in celibacy to live in the Harmony, variously founded, but best-equipped of the kind anywhere laid out Trailer Park, witli recreation
brothers' or the sisters'dormitories I based on community thinking and along that the Trail.Hotels grounds and walks by the
General Repairing and work or teach or direct while living, to exist today. began to Slj their business : little river, will be opened to
their children went to the excel- through the Koreshan Unity people who appreciate the
Wines Cordials lent Community school and shared The years began to take their store service. The countryside full lovely quiet ot Eatero. It has all

Wo Try Hard to Please You- play under special! guides. There toll. Children grew up and having of people bought there. Cars of been made possible by the new
EAST OKEECHOBEE was money enough then to stock learned trades or professions, tourists began to stop more and 'electric service. Elderly men and
the Community with enough for were allowed to go out in more frequently to shop amongthe women who have known peace
Give Ui a Trial! their excellent plain living, for world to marry if they chose. The counters piled with a surprioIngly here all their lives are now reassured -
STATE ROAD NO. 8 fine gardens, the herd of cows that and wellchosonstock. that their sound
boats on the river by which theymade varied simplicityof
the long passage back and had supplied their table were too living, their kindly and gentle
forth from Ft. Myers or went on much for the aging brothers to Before the store, great tubs of ways, will be maintained. Kore
picnics to their beach houses on manage. They could afford no I bronze and ; green crotons were shan Unity is busy and happy
Mound Key and Estero Beach. more servants. People went awayor I brought out from the plant and doing well again. There is
They had colored servants for the died and few new converts nursery deep-hidden by the great music from the music room by
household tasks and the Governors were made. The great store on the i log house that was the first Unity nights and people stroll aroundto
bought land and more land, which main trail south from Ft. Myers, building where for generations ; look at the excellent paintingsin
O. K. GARAGE ALTO WATFORD & SONS later would make them poor. by the bridge over the lovely curve blossoming blue thunbergias had the Art Hall and glance at the
People came from everywhereto of the river, was dusty and run hung their banners from the bam- great shelves of books in the corner -
& MACHINE SER. Gulf StationThat to the and plays and lectures down. The great brown board boo forest and rare tropic plants )f the long dining room.
DODGE & l in : Art Hall. The annual buildings sagged for lack of repairs. and shrubs grew richly in the It looks as if Koreshan Unity
PLYMOUTH Good Gulf G.,. river pageant for Dr. Teed' birth- ancient mold. the colony that Dr. Cyrus Teelset
Sale. & Service day was the greatest thing the Yet the peace the remaining The vast old brown buildingswere going so many years ago, andnamed
24-hou Wreck Setrlm GULF PRIDE OILAltos winding Estero River had ever loyal members of the Unity had repaired. An air of quiet from meaninghe
seen. The Community was filled always known was still there and hope moved with the brothers and ; sun, will be among the very
Day Ph. 92 Night Ph. 92 or ISJ with interesting; people comingand they had many important things sisters about the paths of their Few remaining truly co-operative
left. beautiful estate Hard work and communities continuing a successful -
Dunlop Tires &'TubeaGen. Cottages going, arguing about all the
new ideas of that last of a century The brother and sisters live to intelligence bad begun to make life in the entire United
Electric Appliance. In The Heart Of Town Populism and single tax and'OTICK wise and ripe old ages along those real again the sound beginnings of States. .
Stove., Refrigerator, Water ---- - -
Weekly or Dally RatesAll -

Heater. Cabin. Are Modern I > OF FILIVO PETITION suit lie title, to hnve all claim and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO NOTICE TO APPEAR
"Wo Service Them All" FOR FINAL DISCHAKdKOf Intercut of the deri-iiilniili and each of SELL LAND THE STATE OF FLORIDA
.\MIMSTK\TOK tin-in In and to mi 1.1 land loosed upon( NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TO: GLADYS WATFORD
TO ALL M1IOM IT M.\Y CONCERN I and determined, to remove cloinlj upon pursuant to SerUou 15 11.'i.hlll I) i 317 W. Grand St.
Notice Is hereby given that t have the plaintiff' title to mild liind. to 20(158.( Laws of Florida. Montlcello, Iowa
lleit lilY Final Return at Ad minitrator quiet sod confirm the plaintiff's tltluthereto and Section (IT, Chanter 11717, Lawsof Von are hereby required to appear
of the estate of John Lofton and In wht''h bill of complaint; : Florida, Acts of 1931, ks amendedby at my office In Okeechobee, Florida, on
deceased that I have fllod my Petl- the pliilntlll atates that she believes Section 11, Chapter ; Rj8' Law'a ofFlorida October 10 A. D. 11)40, to Bill of Complaint
Inn tar Final DUrhiirRft and that I there are .persons Interested, In the Acts of Ift41, also pursuant for Divorce tiled against you by
will to Section 42 Chapter 20722. Cnrt B, Watford. In Comity Court
II apply to the Honorable 1'V.. land herein Involved and herein-
onley, .Jr. t'ountr Judge of Oktmhobee Laws of Florida Acts of 1M1 as Okeechohee County .Florida In default
hove di'wrlhed. / whose iinnirs are 22070
North Park amended bv section 10, Chapter
(' County Florida on October unknown to her, and hating namedtherein I aw.a of Florida: :; Acts nf 1043, and wherefore Decree Pro Confemiowill
Otb. 1040, for \ be entered against tbe Okeecbabee -
of the
approval and you ;
J. LaBARRERABSTRACTS lame a certain perion a* known byname Section' 44. Chapter 20728 Lawa of
tor Final Dls<'barge aa Administrator to her the anld plaintiff, hut an Florida. Acts of 1041 as amended bv New U .. rskullbnpuh
ot the KNtate of John Lofton dweastMl. paper In which thla lrA -
Store not known by .her. tha mid plaintiff Section 21. Chapter 22070 Laws of
Package Dated this 2ml day of September, whether he la dead or Florida Acts of 1IM3. the following Untied oars a week for four. coneerulive -
IWO, plnhlHrebel eks.Witness a
)' ilvscrlbed lands In Okeecbobe County, "
MOIIIUS IOF'TONAdndlstrntur i living, to be Interested In the property Florida. to-wlt! my hand and official seal at
Liquors Wines Cordials OF of th Estate of and promises herein Involved. and here- Lots 8 & 10, Blk. D. Okeechobee Okar'hnhee, Florida, this 17th day of
John Lofton cU'ceasod. In hnnhave e Development Co. Add. September A. D. 11146.
Next Door To AU Night .. I Lots I II & 10, silk S.H, city of..Okeerhobw (Seal) .
therein.h.vllAnd ,
Station NINTH JCIHl'IAL CIKCTIT OF rlnliiiliiK any IntereHt In the above Lot 2. 3: 4, .. 8 & I II, Blk. 77.. City CLF.HK OF COUNTY COUHT
FLORIDA AND FOR door trlbxA of OkeechobeeLot OKEF.CHOBEE COUNTY,
PHONE 15S 7. Blk. 70 City of Okeechnhee FLORIDA
OKEKI'HOBKEE; COUNTY, the aiilil bill of .OIIlI.llIllIt|
IN CHANCERY. Anil hnvliiK demanded from t the Lot 11, Klk. 2, Wrlxhts First Add. By ('oSSIF W. lUI'LEUSON
SUIT TO qriKT: TITLE Clerk of Clretd'ntvf In and for Okeechohee Lot .1 & 4. lilk. 4.1: First Add. to MARY HANDKKFt'R SCHI'LMAN
ADDLE MIXOV, Joined by County Florida, the milking of Mouth Okee.Lota AITORNKY: Foil PLAINTIFF
her husband It. I,, NIXON, ail order requiring such' .persons and 1 1.243: Blk, DO, City of Okeofhobee -
Plaintiff parties to appear, to her xnlil bill ofcomplaint :
VI I upon nut thetas Lots U & HI Hlk. I), Okee. Peeloiment -
WALTER: )" COACHMAN twenty ulitht :1dll nor, mu sire : \, ('0, H/D NURSE LOSES FAT
Defendant sixty lays; from the date oft makInir Lot a, Blk. "7. City of Okeechobee.will .I 4 SAFELY AYDS WAY
ORDER TO APPEAR of sold order) he sale beetoessh out.ory 4
tooMILITARY THE STATE OV FLORIDA : I ITo IT IS. THKUEFOUK. OltDEHFO for theehighest and bid Get sllm..r wrtfhset exercise
WALTKK F. COACHMAN. Ja'k-I I that each and every the defendantsabove I subject to the right of the Board of
sonville.\ .Florida If alive, and, It dead named, dealiinated and speellledare I Commissioners of Everglades Drain'age am KaSt: poht SvESS
ACADEMY to hU unknown heirs. d l< v",,,,, legatees hereby required to appear herein I Commissioners: District and/or,of" k ""i.ro'\et. \ County County, SS&ZJWAj :
or grantees) and to all personsh.vlnR to the plalntllT. hill for romplnlnt and all bids, jm
"h or claiming an Interest in' the herein tiled, in the 14 duy of October, Florida,Courthouse to reject, any beginning at 10:00 ...a .... ....
11'f ST.PETERSBURG..FLORIDA : following described land situate lying A, I>. 11)411, and that this order be published o'ltiM-k at the A, M. on the !fl.t oily ofOitober
and being In the County of Okeeihobee; In The Okewhohen News a Basement. for drainage '
One of 1II4II : -J :::2
America's =: :
mili : .
outstanding 1
State of )Florida to-wlt: newspaper of general clrculHtlon JlllblI.h..1 n
reclamation and road purposes f....
and ........ .
tary schools. The only resident military Lota 1 and 2 of Block 12.1: of the In Okeechnhee County Florida'' \\111 h. .e.erve.1. .ew.. ............ =
Town of Okeerhohro, oc'ortlln..to. once a week for four consecutive HOARD "P COMMISSIONERS ...... .. I
school In ttr
Florida with R.O.T.C. plat made of laid town and filmlIn weeks. OH- EVERGLADES DRAINAGE iI;
Snit FuHy accredited. Highest standard the ntft..o of the Clerk of the I WITNESS; my hand as Clerk and ) DISTRICT ATM Won sack aasal duDa the...
11 Circuit Court In end for the County the Heal of said (Court this Uth dny endBOARD *vitamins minerals,tsssntleiitTfiTky i
of training. Separate Junior Dept. nf Ok fchobee.OREKTINO. of September. A. D. 1114(1( at Okeerho- OP COUNTY COMMIS8IOVKU1 *. Start tile AYDS Vltamjaiindy
1 All branches of athletics. Aviation bee In the County and White aforeaatd.Circuit OP OKEECHO -r.to loss MONfiY weight anvJO entbs
Addle Mlxon. Jolnwl by her huiband Court Seal) BEE! COUNTY FLORIDA. Wff
\' ( Al'IiiW' PkoM
; 'training available Limited enroll"men K. L. Mlxon having tiled! In this court Mabel P. Knnlerion By MABEL,beP. RAULBR3ON. .st Hwakh J
*. Inclusive rate $1,075. her sworn bill of complaint In this Clerk Circuit Court Clerk of Circuit Court of
of whichie ronntv. Okeechobee County Florida, WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIES
suit, the nature and purpose Okeechobee
AMrw CoL Waller I. Msndsli, Fret Florida to determine: the title of the plaintiff I Florida, aa agent for sill Board.

.Mlutwy Acafcmy, tax 9, St. Minburg. Fla. 1 I I to the land herelnabnve absolute fee T.V.. Conely, Ir,. By Couple W. Kauleraon Clark 1 Tsar oat this Ad,. M a reminder. .,
b.. a good and sufficient Attorney for Plaintiff. Deputy